decision making, social psychology, organizational behavior.
The art and science of negotiation
From intuition to strategy: introduction to decision making
- Social decision making: Fairness, prosocial behavior and ethics
Prizes and Awards:
Abe Gray Prize, The President’s award for Excellence in Research, awarded by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Rothschild Fellowship for postdoctoral studies. Awarded by Yad HaNadiv.
- “The De Finetti Prize” for the best PhD paper in the field of judgment and decision making, awarded by the European Association for Decision Making
- Israeli Science Foundation (ISF)
- Joy Ventures Academic Grant
- German-Israeli Foundation (GIF)
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
- Management Science
- Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
- Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
- If you have to hurt your workers, you would prefer to hurt as many as possible – and here is why. . “The Marker,” Haaretz, by Tali Heruti-Sover, 10.5.2021 (Hebrew).
- People tend to lie to preserve their credibility as truthful. Haaretz, by Assaf Ronel, 31.1.2020 (Hebrew).
- New study finds people may actually lie to appear more honest. Forbes, by Alice G. Walton, 31.1.2020
- People lie to seem more honest, study finds. CNN, By Meera Senthilingam, 30.1.2020
- With bosses like these – who needs friends? “The Marker,” Haaretz, by Nadan Feldman, 3.1.2018 (Hebrew).
- Being friends with your boss may cost you a holiday bonus, The Huffington Post, by Monica Torres, 20.12.2018
- Being buddies with the boss doesn't always pay off: Managers worry about appearing biased. USA Today, Charisse Jones, 21.12.2018
- Acting like Bert or Ernie, The Jerusalem Post, by Judy Siegel-Itzkovich, 30.11.2016.