Martin Reimann Young Investigator Award in Consumer Neuroscience

Award Description

The Martin Reimann Young Investigator Award in Consumer Neuroscience is presented to early-career scholars who have demonstrated significant contributions to the field within 8 years of obtaining their PhD. This award is reserved for scholars whose work, whether in academia or industry, has markedly advanced our understanding of consumer behavior through the lens of neuroscience. The award is bestowed annually at the NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference, following an evaluation by a panel of expert scholars and fellows from the Association.

Award Stipend

The award recognizes groundbreaking research in consumer neuroscience by early-career scholars with a 500 Euro prize.

Biography of the Award Benefactor

Martin Reimann, with over two decades dedicated to consumer neuroscience, co-founded the Association for NeuroPsychoEconomics (ANPE) and served as its first president. He initiated both the Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics (JNPE) and the ACR Workshop on Consumer Neuroscience, contributing significantly to the field’s growth and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Past NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference Awards

2018 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference

  • Best poster award: Panidi, K., Vorobyeva, A., Feurra, M., Klucharev, V. Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the right DLPFC modulates risk aversion but not probability weighting
  • Best paper award – Runner-up: Felfeli, J., Achtziger, A. Confidence judgment in own skills: the effects of gender and incentives
  • Best paper award – Winner: Beharelle, A. R. The role of pre-stimulus arousal in exploration-exploitation tradeoffs

2019 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference

  • Best paper award – Runner-up: Mandolfo, M., Bettiga, D., Lolatto, R., Reali, P. Would you bet on your physiological response? An analysis of the physiological and behavioral characteristics of online electronic gaming machines players
  • Best paper award – Winner: Gaczek, P., Szymkowiak A. When emotional arousal limits willingnes to buy: the interaction of processing fluency and visual content

2020 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference

  • Best paper award – Runner-up: Mandolfo, M., Lolatto, R., Lamberti, L. See me, feel me, impulse buy me. An analysis of physiological and behavioural responses to unplanned and impulsive online purchases
  • Best paper award – Winner: Grabe, L., Syrek, C., Weber, B., Schultz, J. Perceiving artificial intelligence – the influence of anthropomorphism on altruistic punishment and trust in economic games

2021 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference

  • Best paper award – Runner-up: Ambuehl, S., Ockenfels, A., Stewart, C. Who opts in?
  • Best paper award – Winner: Mueller-Pinzler, L., Czekalla, N., Mayer, A. V., Schröder, A., Stolz, D. S., Paulus, F., Krach, S. Biases in self-related belief formation and their association with self-conscious affect

2022 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference

  • Best poster award: Fattobene, L., Ceravolo, M. G., Farina, V., Filotto, U., Leonelli, L. Visual attention mechanisms of borrowing decisions and the influence of human or algorithm advice
  • Best paper award: Casado-Aranda, L. A., Sánchez-Fernández, J., Porcu, L. Neural mechanisms underlying memory formation towards tailored and untailored communications

2023 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference

  • Best poster award: Javaheri, N., Doehring, N., Erhard, P., Fehr, T., Herrmann, M. Nudging dietary decisions with the nutri-score: a behavioral pilot study of an fMRI study
  • Best paper award – Runner-up: Diaz Gutierrez, P., Boone, C., Vyas, H., Declerck, C. H. Neural asymmetry underlies alignment with generous and selfish descriptive norms during charitable donations
  • Best paper award – Winner: Bigne, E., Ruiz-Mafe, C., Currás-Pérez, R. Experiencing Egypt tombs from home: a neurophysiological study of virtual reality