Associate Professor at Federmann School of Public Policy
Contact: Room 1742 | Phone: 02-5880150
I study Judgment & Decision-Making processes and their applications for Behavioral Public Policy, focusing on how Choice Architecture can be used to understand and affect Unethical Behavior, CyberSecurity and Consumer Protection.
I have a Ph.D. and M.A. in Psychology from School of Education at Hebrew Univesity, B.A. in Behavioral Sciences from Ruppin Academic Center. I also completed a Post-doctoral fellowship, with Fulbright scholarship, at Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College of Public Policy
- Data Quality of Platforms and Panels for Online Behavioral Research
- Honesty Pledges for the Behaviorally-based Regulation of Dishonesty
- Nudge Me Right: Personalizing Online Security Nudges to People's Decision-Making Styles
- Improving Consumers’ Ability to Detect Native Advertising Using Identified Disclosure