Dr. Eliran Halali

Dr.
Eliran Halali
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CV

Education

  • B.A., Social Science, Psychology Major, 2007
    The Open University of Israel, Magna Cum Laude
  • M.A., Psychology, 2009
    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
    Advisors: Yoella Bereby-Meyer and David Leiser
    Thesis title: Pitfall or Scaffold? Anchoring effect in configuration problems
  • Ph.D., Psychology, 2014
    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
    Advisor: Yoella Bereby-Meyer
    Thesis title: The role of cognitive-control in social preferences

 

Academic Positions

2018 (Autumn) Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

2015- present   Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

2014- 2015        Post Doctoral Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

2013 -2014        Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Research

I study judgment and decision-making processes, focusing on topics such as altruism, fairness, trust, reciprocity, cooperation, conflict resolution and unethical behavior. Additionally, I have a specific interest in the interplay between dual processes such as intuition and reasoning, emotions and emotion-regulation, and automaticity and self-control.  In my work I try to capture the effects of such dual processes, and their interplay, on the way we form our judgments and decisions both in individual and in social contexts.

Grants

2018-2019       The Negotiation and Team Resources Institute. NTR-Peterson Research Grant.
                         Subject: Divide-and-Conquer: Harmful Third Parties Undermine Cooperation in Groups.
                         Total amount: $10,000

2017-2021       The Israeli Science Foundation. Individual Research Grant.
                        Subject: Morality, Interests, and Intervention: Disputants and Third-Parties in interpersonal and
                                      intergroup Conflict.
                        Annual amount: 186,000 NIS; Total amount: 744,000 NIS

2017-2020       The Israeli Science Foundation. Research equipment support.
                        Total amount (including institutional matching): 691,000 NIS

2015                Jerusalem Crime Group and the Israel Law ReviewSmall Research Grant.
                        Subject: 
Effective Law Enforcement Initiatives (with Yuval Feldman).
                        Total amount: $2,500

2012                ISEF - Israel Scholarship Education FoundationSmall Research Grant for PhD students. 
                        Total amount: 3,000 NIS