Ron studies the effect of attention on the perception of passive risk and passive risk taking.
Shir studies the relation between passive risk-taking and time perspective, using data from the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), a longitudinal panel study of Americans over the age of 50.
Dvir studies the influence of perceived control on passive risk taking.
Mays studies the following psychological interventions: value-affirmation intervention, social belonging intervention and their potential role in improving academic performance among undergraduate Bedouin-Arab students.
Roy studies how people perceive paternalistic interventions and whether their perception is related to the utility gained from the act.
Eliya studies the relationship between passive risk and environmental conservation behaviors.
Noa studies group decision making. More specifically, is group decision making more accurate when making decisions on your own. She is interested in people's statistical intuitions and their ability to overcome biases in selection processes.