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Lidor Krava's Poster Presented in the SJDM conference in San Fransisco


This year, research by Lidor Krava, a Ph.D. student in our lab, was accepted to the poster exhibition at the Society for Judgment and Decision-Making (SJDM) conference held in San Fransisco.

Lidor's research poster concerning the effect of attention on passive risk estimation was displayed without her attendance due to the devastating event of October 7 in Israel.




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