Neural representation of value
I investigate different aspects of value representation in the brain. For example, how the sensory modality in which alternatives are presented affect choice behavior and the neural correlates of decisions. Additionally, I study the individual differences that underlie dishonest choices, namely, how different people incorporate utilitarian values with social values. I use behavioral paradigms from economics and game theory, as well as neuroimaging.
Effects of sensory modality on value (2016), the annual meeting of the Israeli Society for Neuroscience, Eilat, Israel
The Neural Representation of Money and Prices (2016), Consumer Neuroscience symposium, Berlin, Germany
A Behavioral and Neural exploration of Deception (2016), the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroeconomics, Berlin, Germany
Research Categories: Affective neuroscience, Cognitive neuroscience