Noya Kislev, Graduate student
I am a PhD student in social psychology at the IDC Herzliya, supervised by Tamar Saguy. I received my B.A. in Psychology and M.A. in Social Psychology from IDC Herzliya. My research interests include gender stereotypes, gender development among children and gender-typing processes induced by parents, environment and culture. In particular, I am interested in effective ways to change gender-typing of children.
Josephine Gellersen (Graduate Student)
I am a social psychologist and a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Eran Halperin and Prof. Tamar Saguy, at the Department of Psychology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. I received my BA in Psychology and my MRes in Behavioural and Social Sciences from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. My main research area focusses on the peace-promoting vs. peace-disruptive qualities of emotions and related identity processes in contexts of intergroup conflict. I am particularly interested in the emotion of hope on the one hand, and feelings of betrayal and failed expectations on the other. I am curious as to how such sentiments relate to political attitudes and behaviour, also by affecting group members’ social identity. Behaviours I am interested in include political party vote choice, as well as violent and non—violent forms of collective action.
Eric Shuman (Alumni)
I received my Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Groningen and Hebrew University in 2022. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow working with Eric Knowles at New York University and with Amit Goldenberg at Harvard Business School. My research focuses on intergroup relations and interventions to advance social change towards greater equality. More specifically, his work focuses on identifying the effects and effectiveness of various types of collective action by the disadvantaged and
Hanna Szekeres (Alumni)
I an assistant professor in the department of Social Psychology at Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE), Budapest, Hungary. I received by PhD from ELTE, under the supervision of Tamar Saguy, Eran Halperin and Anna Kende. My general research interests are different aspects of intergroup relations, particularly involving groups in conflict (e.g., the Israeli-Palestinian conflict), minority and majority members in a society (e.g., the Roma and non-Roma in Eastern Europe, African Americans or Muslims and Whites in the U.S.), or gender norms. In my dissertation research, I investigate the psychological and intergroup processes that underlie the phenomenon of witnessing and (not) confronting prejudice and discrimination as a bystander. See my personal page here.
Siwar Aslih (Alumni)
I am currently a Post-doctoral associate at Stanford University. I completed my Ph.D at the University of Groningen and the IDC Herzliya, supervised by Martijn van Zomeren, Eran Halperin and Tamar Saguy. I received my dual-major B.A. in Psychology and Educational counseling and my M.A. in group counseling from University of Haifa. My main areas of interest are collective action, power relations embedded in intergroup conflicts, and collective emotions and beliefs. My PhD project investigates emotions and emotion regulation in collective action in the context of intractable conflicts with a power relations perspective. Please visit my personal page.