Sponsored by: The Italian Embassy in Israel, The Israel Italy Chamber of Commerce, and DICE at IDC Herzliya
When and Where: June 1st, 2016; at the IDC campus, Psychology building room PE204
The workshop will gather Italian and Israeli researchers working on the behavioral and brain bases of economic psychology and judgment and decision-making. The event aims to explore the explanations and approaches to the study of economic psychology, judgment, and decision making, in a period in which the disciplinary boundaries are blurred and new interdisciplinary efforts have the potential to overcome limitations of the traditional disciplinary approaches. In this broader context, the workshop will host and discuss contributions coming from different research perspectives and studies carried out with different methods, such as neuro-imaging studies, eye-tracking investigations, individual-differences studies, case studies, and traditional experimental work. The event will also host researchers working in areas such as memory, reasoning, and social cognition, whose studies have significant implications for understanding economic psychology or judgment and decision-making processes.
[The first part of the workshop is opened to guests and students]
09:30-09:45: Greetings: Professor Eran Halperin, Dean, School of Psychology, IDC & Professor Orit Tykocinsky, DICE at IDC.
09:45-10:30: Opening lecture: Professor Fabio Del Missier.
10:30-11:15: Lectures by the Italian researchers.
11:15-11:30: coffee break
11:30-13:00: lectures by Italian and Israeli researchers.
[The second part of the workshop will take place in the meeting room, 4th floor, Psychology building, and is opened to invited researchers only]
14:00-15:00: Brainstorming in small groups of Italian and Israeli researchers.
15:00-15:15: Coffee break.
15:15-16:30: General discussion.
16:30-17:00: Concluding remarks.
Fabio Del Missier Orit Tykocinsky
Claudia Civai Ayal Shahar
Cinzia Giorgetta Ilana Ritov
Katya Tentori Ido Erev
Enrico Rubaltelli Dan Zakay