Moshe Glickman is a Rothschild fellow, investigating the algorithm underlying perceptual and value-based decisions using computational modelling, eye-tracking and behavioral methods. He holds a BA in Psychology and Mathematics from Bar-Ilan University, Israel, and MA and PhD from Tel-Aviv University in the lab of Prof. Marius Usher. Moshe aims to develop a comprehensive framework of decision-making that integrates learning and attentional processes, in order to achieve better understanding of human choice behavior.
NewsNew paper in Nature Human Behaviour: Sharot, T. Sunstein C.R., (2020) How People Decide What They Want to Know. Nature Human BehaviourNew paper in Nature Neuroscience: Confirmation Bias in the Utilization of Others’ Opinion StrengthCongratulations Caroline Charpentier on receiving The Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship!Congratulations Filip Gesiarz on accepting a position with the Behavioral Insight Team (aka the UK Nudge Team)Congratulations Stephanie Lazzaro on receiving a lecturer position at Yale UniversityNew paper published in PLOS Computational Biology by Filip Gesiarz, Donal Cahill and Tali Sharot: Evidence accumulation is biased by motivation: A computational account.
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