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Giorgio Coricelli(Pr)

Giorgio est professeur d’économie et de psychologie à l’Université de Californie du Sud et membre de LaPsyDE .

Giorgio a obtenu son doctorat en économie à l'Université de l'Arizona en 2002 (sous la direction de James Cox et Vernon Smith, lauréat du prix Nobel 2002), puis il a suivi une formation de boursier postdoctoral en économie (Max Planck Institute, Allemagne; Université de York, Royaume-Uni) et neurosciences.

Il a occupé des postes de stagiaire postdoctoral, de chercheur invité, de chercheur et de chercheur scientifique dans plusieurs instituts de recherche en Europe et aux États-Unis.

Il a rejoint le CNRS en 2004 en tant que chercheur à l'Institut des Sciences Cognitives dirigé par le Pr. Marc Jeannerod; et il a obtenu l'Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches en Neurosciences (HDR) en 2008 à l'Université Claude Bernard Lyon I.

Il a été directeur du groupe de recherche Neuroéconomie, émotions et décisions au Centre de Neuroscience Cognitive du CNRS à Lyon, chef d'équipe du groupe Neuroscience de la prise de décision économique au LNC, ENS à Paris, et il a été PI d'une bourse ERC-Consolidator («Transfer Learning within and between brains») au CIMeC de l'Université de Trento en Italie.

Les recherches de Giorgio se concentrent sur l'interaction des systèmes cognitifs et émotionnels, y compris le rôle des émotions dans la prise de décision.

Son objectif est d'appliquer les résultats de la théorie de la décision comportementale pour étudier les structures cérébrales qui façonnent les jugements et la prise de décision dans des contextes individuels et sociaux.

Cette recherche implique une approche multidisciplinaire (neuroéconomie) qui puise dans l'économie comportementale et expérimentale, la théorie des jeux, la neuroimagerie (IRMf, MEG), la neuropsychologie (étude des populations de patients) et les neurosciences cognitives.

Ses recherches ont également trouvé des applications dans l’étude du comportement des adolescents et des enfants.

Contact: giorgio.coricelli@usc.edu

PUBLICATIONS

Site personnel : http://dornsife.usc.edu/coricelli

In press :

Chierchia, G., Tufano, F., and Coricelli, G. (2020). The differential impact of friendship on cooperative and competitive coordination. Theory and Decision (in press)

Coricelli, G., Polonio, L. Vostroknutov, A. (2020). The process of choice in games. Handbook of Experimental Game Theory (in press)

Guerini R., FitzGibbon, L., and Coricelli G. (2020). Regret and Relief in 3- to 10-year-old Children: The Ontogenesis of Counterfactual Emotions and the Agency Effect. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (in press)

2020

Pischedda, D., Palminteri, S. & Coricelli, G. (2020). The effect of counterfactual information on outcome value coding in medial prefrontal and cingulate cortex: from an absolute to a relative neural code. The Journal of Neuroscience, 40(16):3268-3277.

 

Zonca, J., Coricelli, G., & Polonio, L. (2020). Gaze Patterns disclose the link between cognitive reflection and sophistication in strategic interaction. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 15(2), 230-245.

Timberlake, B., Coricelli, G., Bault, N. (2020). The Moral Psychology of Regret, in Mark Alfano (ed.). Moral Psychology of the Emotions. Rowman & Littlefield International. 165-184.

 

2019

Zonca, J., Coricelli, G., and Polonio L. (2019). Gaze data reveal individual differences in relational representation processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition. 46(2):257-279.

 

Bault, N., di Pellegrino, G., Opolczynski, G., Monti, A., Braghittoni, D., Thibaut, F., Rustichini, A., and Coricelli, G. (2019). Dissociation between private and social counterfactual value signals following ventromedial prefrontal cortex damage. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience,1-18.

 

Zonca, J., Coricelli, G., and Polonio, L. (2019). Does exposure to alternative decision rules change gaze patterns and behavioral strategies in games? Journal of the Economic Science Association. 5,14-25

 

Polonio, L., and Coricelli G. (2019). Testing the level of consistency between choices and beliefs in games using eye-tracking. Games and Economic Behavior. 113, 566-586.

 

2018

Nagel, R., Brovelli, A., Heinemann, F., Coricelli, G. (2018). The neural basis of risk and strategic uncertainty. Social and Affective Neuroscience, 13, 1, 52-62.

 

Chiarchia, G., Nagel, R., Coricelli, G. (2018). Betting on nature or betting on others: anti-coordination induces uniquely high levels of entropy. Scientific Report. 23;8(1):3514.

 

Aziz-Zadeh, L., Kilroy, E., Coricelli, G. (2018). Understanding activation patterns in shared circuits: Toward a value driven model. Frontiers Human Neuroscience. 12:180.

 

Vostroknutov, A., Polonio, L, and Coricelli, G. (2018). Observational learning and intelligence. Scientific Report 8:6896.

 

Coricelli, G. Diecidue, E. and Zaffuto, F. (2018). Evidence for Multiple strategies in choice under risk. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 56(2),193-210.

 

Neveu, R, Neveu, D., Carrier, E., Gay, A., Nicolas, A., and Coricelli G.(2018). Functional organization of cognitive control and goal oriented valuation systems in bulimia nervosa: an fMRI study. EBioMedicine 34, 214-222.

 

Bavard, S., Lebreton, M., Khamassi, M., Coricelli, G. and Palminteri S. (2018). “Reference-point centering and range-adaptation enhance human reinforcement learning at the cost of irrational preferences”. Nature Communications, 9:4503.

 

Coricelli, G., Bault, N. and Rusconi, E. (2018). Probing the decisional process with noninvasive brain stimulation. Handbook of Process Tracing Methods for Decision Research. Psychology Press

2017

Salvador A, Worbe Y, Delorme C, Coricelli G, Gaillard R, Robbins TW, Hartmann A, Palminteri S. (2017). Specific effect of a dopamine partial agonist on counterfactual learning: evidence from Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. Scientific Report, 24:7(1):6292

 

2016

Neveu R., Fouragnan E., Barsumian F., Carrier E., Lai M., Nicolas A., Neveu D., and Coricelli G. (2016) Preference for safe over risky options in binge eating. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 10:65. 10.3389.

 

Palminteri, S., Kilford, E.J., Coricelli, G., Blakemore, S-J (2016). The computational development of reinforcement learning during adolescence, PLoS Computational Biology. 12(6): e1004953.

 

Neveu, R., Neveu, D., Guillaume Barbalat,G., Schmidt, U., Coricelli, G., and Nicolas, A. (2016). The sequential binge, a new therapeutic approach for binge eating: a pilot study, PLoS One, 11(11): e0165696.

 

Bault, N., Wydoodt, P. and Coricelli, G. (2016). Different attentional patterns for regret and disappointment: an eye-tracking study. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 28:194-205.

 

2015

Palminteri, S., Khamassi, M., Joffily, M., and Coricelli, G. (2015). Contextual modulation of value signals in reward and punishment learning. Nature Communications, 6:8096.

 

Griessinger, T., and Coricelli G. (2015).T he Neuroeconomics of Strategic Interaction. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 3, 73-79.

 

Clausi S., Coricelli G., Pisotta I., Pavone E.F., Lauriola M., Molinari M., Leggio M. (2015) Cerebellar damage impairs the self-rating of regret feeling in a gambling task, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9-113

 

Robic, S, Sonie, S, Fonlupt, P, Henaff, M.-A., Touil, N., Coricelli, G., Mattout, J., Schmitz, C. (2015). Decision-Making in a Changing World: A Study in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 45(6):1603-13.

 

Chierchia, G, Coricelli, G. (2015). The impact of perceived similarity on tacit coordination: propensity for matching and aversion to decoupling choices. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9:202.

 

Polonio, L., Di Guida, S. and Coricelli G. (2015). Strategic sophistication and attention in games: an eye-tracking study. Games and Economic Behavior, 84, 80-96.

 

Coricelli, G. (2015). Strategic Mentalizing: the neural correlates of strategic choice. Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference, A.W. Toga et al (Eds). 153-158.

 

Coricelli, G. and Nagel, R. (2015). Responses from the body: An introduction to Neuroeconomics. in Experimental Economics, Eds. Branas-Garza and Cabrales. Palgrave McMillan

 

2014

Coricelli, G., Rusconi, E., Villeval M-C. (2014). Tax Evasion and emotions in repeated interactions: An empirical test of re-integrative shaming theory. Journal of Economic Psychology. 40, 49-61.

 

Zalla, T., Robic, S., Chaste, P., Leboyer, M., Sirigu, A., Coricelli, G. (2014). Feelings of Regret and Disappointment in Adults with High-Functioning Autism. Cortex, 58, 112-122.

 

Neveu, R., Neveu, D., Barsumian, F., Fouragnan, E., Carrier, E., Perroud, A., Lai, M., Sultan, J.,Nicolas, A., and Coricelli, G. (2014). Improved planning abilities in binge eating. PLoS One, 9(8): e105657.

 

 

2013

Fouragnan, E., Chierchia, G., Greiner, S., Neveu,R., Avesani, P., and Coricelli, G. (2013). Reputational priors magnify striatal responses to violations of trust. The Journal of Neuroscience. 33(8), 3602–3611

 

Giorgetta, C., Grecucci, A., Bonini, B., Coricelli, G., Demarchi, G., Braun, C., Sanfey, A. (2013). Waves of regret: A MEG study of emotion and decision-making. Neuropsychologia. 51(1), 38-51.

 

Joffily, G. and Coricelli G. (2013). Emotional valence and the free-energy principle. PLoS Computational Biology. 9(6): e1003094.

 

Coricelli, G. and Joffily, M. (2013). Cognitive-based emotions: theory and evidence from the brain. In F. Paglieri, L. Tummolini, M. Miceli, R. Falcone (Eds.), The goals of cognition: essays in honor of Cristiano Castelfranchi. London: College Publications. 203-209.

 

2012

Coricelli, G., and Nagel, R. (2012). The neural basis of bounded rational behavior. Revista International de Sociología 70, 39-52.

 

Grygolec, J., Coricelli, G. and Rustichini, A. (2012). Positive Interaction of Social Comparison and Personal Responsibility for Outcomes. Frontiers in Cognitive Science

 

Simioni, S., Annoni, J-M., Coricelli, G., Bault, N., Kleeberg, J., Du Pasquier,R.A., Gschwind, M., Vuilleumier, P., Schluep, M. (2012). Multiple sclerosis decreases explicit counterfactual processing and risk taking in decision making. PLoS One 7(12): e50718.

 

2011

Bault, N., Joffily, M., Rustichini, A., Coricelli, G. (2011). Medial prefrontal cortex and striatum mediate the influence of social comparison on the decision process. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. PNAS,108(38), 16044-9.

 

Coricelli, G., Rusconi, E. (2011) Probing with TMS the decisional brain. Handbook of Process Tracing Methods for Decision Research. Psychology Press, pp. 205-222.

 

Chierchia, C., and Coricelli, G. (2011). The neuroeconomics of cognitive control. In Neural Basis of Motivational and Cognitive Control, R. Mars, J. Sallet, M. Rushworth and N. Yeung (Eds). The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA

 

2010

Burnett, S., Bault, N., Coricelli, G., Blakemore S.J. (2010). Adolescents' heightened risk-seeking in a probabilistic gambling task. Cognitive Development, 25, 2, 183-196.

 

Larquet, M., Coricelli, G., Opolczynski, G., Thibaut, F. (2010). Impaired decision-making in schizophrenia and orbitofrontal cortex patients. Schizophrenia Research. 116 (2-3), 266-73.

 

Coricelli, G., and Rustichini, A. (2010). Counterfactual Thinking and Emotions: Regret and Envy Learning. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 365, 1538, 241-7.

 

Coricelli, G., and Nagel, R. (2010). Neuroeconomics of depth of reasoning. History of Economic Ideas, 18, 123-131.

 

Coricelli, G., Joffily, M., Montmarquette, C., and Villeval M-C (2010). Cheating, Emotions, and Rationality: An Experiment on Tax Evasion. Journal of Experimental Economics. 13, 226-247.

 

Coricelli, G., and Nagel, R. (2010). Walking with Reinhard Selten and the Guessing Game: From the Origin to the Brain. In “The Selten School of Behavioral Economics”, Abdolkarim Sadrieh and Axel Ockenfels (Eds.). Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 111-123.

2009

Coricelli, G., and Nagel, R. (2009). Neural correlates of depth of strategic reasoning in medial prefrontal cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, PNAS 106, 23, 9163-8.

 

Coricelli, G., and Rustichini A. (2009). “Reward-based emotions: affective evaluation of outcomes and regret learning”. In Tremblay, L. and Dreher, J.C. (Eds). Handbook of Reward and Decision Making, Elsevier.

 

2008

Coricelli, G. (2008). The potential role of regret in the physician-patient relationship: insights from neuroeconomics. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, 20, 85-97.

 

Bault, N., Coricelli, G., Rustichini, A. (2008). Interdependent utilities: How social ranking affects choice behavior. PLoS One, 3(10):e3477.

 

Ambrosino, A., Bault, N., Coricelli, G. (2008). Neural basis of emotional aspects of economic decision making. Revue d'économie politique, 1, 63-73.

 

Coricelli, G., Schwarzbach, J. Cervello e decisioni (2008). In Bonini, N., Del Missier, F. e Rumiati R. (Eds.) Giudizio e Decisione.Il MULINO.

 

2007

Coricelli, G., Dolan, R.J., Sirigu, A. (2007). Brain, emotion and decision making: the paradigmatic example of regret. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11, 6, 258-265.

 

Büchner, S., Coricelli, G., and Greiner, B. (2007). Self-centered and other-regarding behavior in the Solidarity game. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 62, 2, 293-303.

 

Giardini, F., Coricelli, G., Joffily, M., Sirigu, A. (2007). The effect of desirability on confidence. In: Abdellaboui, M., Hey J.D. (Eds.) Advances in Decision Making under Risk and Uncertainty. Heidelberg: Springer.

 

2006

Coricelli, G., Gonzales-Morales, L. and Mahlstedt, A. (2006). The investment game with asymmetric information. Metroeconomica, 57, 1, 13-30.

 

2005

Coricelli, G., Critchley, H.D., Joffily, M., O’Doherty, J.D., Sirigu, A., and Dolan, R.J. (2005). Regret and its Avoidance: A Neuroimaging Study of Choice Behavior. Nature Neuroscience, 8, 1255 - 1262.

 

Coricelli, G., (2005). Two-levels of mental states attribution: from automaticity to voluntariness. Neuropsychologia, 43, 294-300.

 

Coricelli, G., Camille, N., Pradat-Diehl, P, Duhamel, JR, Sirigu, A. (2005). Why anticipated regret influences subjects’ choice. Science, 308, 1260-1261.

 

2004

Camille, N., Coricelli, G., Sallet, J., Pradat, P., Duhamel, JR, and Sirigu, A. (2004). The involvement of the orbitofrontal cortex in the experience of regret. Science, 304, 5674, 1167-1170.

 

Coricelli, G., Fehr, D., and Fellner, G. (2004). Partner selection in public goods experiments.Journal of Conflict Resolution, 48, 3, 356-378.

 

Coricelli, G. (2004). How the Brain Evaluates and Predicts Monetary Rewards. Homo Oeconomicus, 21, 509-520.

 

Coricelli, G. (2004). Reciprocity-based emotions: An experimental study. Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali, 359-379.

 

2003

Coricelli, G., and Luini, L. (2003). Double Moral Hazard: an Experiment on Warranties. Economia impresa e mercati finanziari, 2, 7-25.

 

2000

Coricelli, G., McCabe, K.A. and Smith V.L. (2000). Theory-of-Mind Mechanism in Personal Exchange. Affective Minds, Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 249-259.