Moshe Glickman

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.

  • Glickman, M., Moran, R., & Usher, M. (2020). Evidence integration and decision-confidence are modulated by stimulus consistency. under review.
  • Glickman, M., Sela, T., Usher, M., & Levy, D. (2020). The effect of perceptual organization on risky choice and numerical decisions shows inter-subject correlation. under review.
  • Hadar, B., Glickman, M., Trope, Y., Liberman, N., & Usher, M. (2020). Abstract Thinking Facilitates Aggregation of Information. under review.
  • Rosenbaum, D., Glickman, M., Fleming, S., & Usher, M. (2020). The cognition/metacognition tradeoff. under review.
  • Rosenbaum, D., Glickman, M., & Usher, M. (2020). Extracting summary statistics of rapid numerical sequences:  Holistic versus Analytical estimations. under review.
  • Glickman, M., Sharoni, O., Levy, D., Stuphorn, V., Niebur, E. & Usher, M. (2019). The formation of preference in risky choice, PLOS Computational Biology15(8): e1007201.
  • Glickman, M. & Usher, M. (2019). Integration to boundary in decisions between sequences of numerical values, Cognition, 193, 104022.
  • Usher, M., Tsetsos, K., Glickman, M., & Chater, N. (2019). Selective-Integration: an attentional theory of choice biases and adaptive choice, Current Directions in Psychological Science , 0963721419862277.
  • Glickman, M., Tsetsos, K., & Usher, M. (2018). Attentional selection mediates framing and risk-bias effects. Psychological Science, 1-10.
  • Glickman, M., & Lamy, D. (2018). Attentional capture by irrelevant emotional distractor faces is contingent on implicit attentional settings. Cognition and Emotion, 32(2), 303-314.
  • Brusovansky, M., Glickman, M., & Usher, M. (2018). Fast and effective: intuitive processes in complex decisions, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-7.
Honors and Awards
2020 Rothschild Postdoctoral fellowship
2020 Tel Aviv University Rector’s excellence in teaching award
2015, 2018-2020 Tel Aviv University Dean’s 100 list of excellence in teaching
2017-2019 Faculty of Social Sciences (Tel-Aviv University) excellence scholarship (Ph.D. students)
2018 The 3rd International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society Accommodation Award
2017 MathPsych/ICCM 2017 Student Travel Award
2014 Faculty of Social Sciences (Tel-Aviv University) excellence scholarship (M.A. students)