I am a student at The Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students, leading directly to a Master degree in Tel Aviv University. My studies mainly focus on psychology, neuroscience and economics. I am interested in the mechanisms underlying decisions that deviate from the classic rationality model, as they offer opportunities to improve the correspondence of cognitive, economic and neural systems of explanation through mutual adjustments. I am also interested in the evolutionary approach of analyzing human decision making in terms of ecological rationality. I believe a more coherent view of decision making would allow designing behavioral tools that would contribute to peoples’ overall well-being. In my free time, I enjoy playing the violin, working out and reading.