I am an assistant professor at Harvard Business School (NOM) and a psychologist by training. My research focuses on the role of emotions in social interactions, particularly in the context of social and political issues. One line of my work examines emotional dynamics between people and their contribution to group behavior such as conflicts and collective action. A second line of work focuses on how social interactions contribute to the regulation of emotions. A third line of work focuses specifically on the interaction between emotions and technology.
To examine questions in these three lines of work, I employ a multi-method approach that integrates behavioral experiments, analysis of data from digital media, and computational modeling.
I received my PhD from Stanford University under the supervision of James Gross. Before that, I worked as a journalist and a writer. In 2016, my first novel ‘A City Forsaken’ (עיר הנידחת) was published in Israel (Keter Publishing House).
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