Jan Benjamin Engelmann PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour

Location
Nijmegen, Netherlands
Discipline
Psychology
Interests
Neuroeconomics, Social Neuroscience
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About

Jan B. Engelmann received an M.A. in Psychology from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Brown University. His doctoral dissertation focused on the cognitive neuroscience of motivation-attention interactions. As a postdoctoral fellow in the Computation and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at Emory University, he pursued his interest in neuroeconomics by conducting experiments on the neurobiological basis of financial risk attitudes. As a senior postdoctoral fellow at the Laboratory for Social and Neural Systems Research at the University of Zurich he investigated the neurobiological the role of emotion in social and economic choice. Currently, he is Radboud Excellence Fellow at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, where he is investigating the neural circuitry involved in emotion regulation.
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Publications

Behavioral/Cognitive Anticipatory Anxiety Disrupts Neural Valuation during Risky Choice

Engelmann J, Meyer F, Fehr E, Christian X, Ruff C

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Abnormal brain responses to social fairness in depression: an fMRI study using the Ultimatum Game

Gradin V, Pérez A, MacFarlone J, Cavin I, Waiter G, Engelman J et al.

Psychological Medicine (2015)

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Evidence for Countercyclical Risk Aversion : An Experiment with Financial Professionals

Cohn A, Engelmann J, Fehr E

American Economic Review (2015)

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Loss Aversion in Young Men

Chumbley J, Krajbich I, Engelmann J, Russell E, Uum S, Koren G et al.

Psychological Science (2014)

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Emotion perception across cultures: the role of cognitive mechanisms.

Engelmann JB, Pogosyan M.

Front Psychol. (2013)

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Contextual and social influences on valuation and choice.

Engelmann JB, Hein G

Prog Brain Res. (2013)

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Increases Sensitivity to Long Term Losses among Patients with Major Depressive Disorder.

Engelmann JB, Maciuba B, Vaughan C, Paulus MP, Dunlop BW

Plos one (2013)

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Differential neurobiological effects of expert advice on risky choice in adolescents and adults.

Engelmann JB, Moore S, C. Monica Capra, Berns GS.

Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. (2012)

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Cultural differences in affect intensity perception in the context of advertising

Pogosyan M, Engelmann J

Front. Psychology (2011)

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Behavioral and Neural Effects of Delays during Intertemporal Choice Are Independent of Probability.

Engelmann J, Brooks A

The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience (2009)

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Personality predicts responsivity of the brain reward system.

Engelmann J

The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience (2006)

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Motivation sharpens exogenous spatial attention.

Engelmann J, Pessoa L

Emotion (Washington, D.C.) (2007)

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Expert financial advice neurobiologically "Offloads" financial decision-making under risk.

Engelmann J, Capra C, Noussair C, Berns G

PloS one (2009)

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Combined effects of attention and motivation on visual task performance: transient and sustained motivational effects.

Engelmann J, Damaraju E, Padmala S, Pessoa L

Frontiers in human neuroscience (2009)

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Individual differences in risk preference predict neural responses during financial decision-making.

Engelmann J, Tamir D

Brain research (2009)

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Embedding reward signals into perception and cognition.

Pessoa L, Engelmann J

Frontiers in neuroscience (2010)

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From bad to worse: striatal coding of the relative value of painful decisions.

Brooks A, Pammi V, Noussair C, Capra C, Engelmann J, Berns G

Frontiers in neuroscience (2010)

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Professional experience

Postdoctoral Fellow

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour

June 2014 - Present

Associate Member

Laboratory for Social and Neural Systems Research

June 2014 - Present

Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behaviour

Present

Senior Postdoctoral Researcher

Universität Zürich - University of Zurich

January 2010 - May 2014 (4 years 4 months)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Emory University

July 2007 - December 2009 (2 years 5 months)

Education history

Brown University

PhD

July 2002 - May 2008 (5 years 10 months)