About Me

My name is Einav Hart (pronounced "A" like the letter + "nav" like navigate).

I am a Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, in the the Philosophy, Politics and Economics program.
I hold a PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2015), in Cognitive Science, and the Study of Rationality.
... and am now on the academic JOB-MARKET!

Research interests: Negotiation, Motivation, Trust, Decision Making.*

In my research, I investigate the relationship between conflict and motivation. I employ an interdisciplinary approach and use a variety of methods, drawing from psychology and organizational behavior, to assess how conflict (e.g., in negotiation contexts) affects post-conflict motivation and performance: what happens after a momentary resolution (e.g., a negotiated agreement). I study conflict as a dynamic, ongoing, relationship with long-term consequences. **

This webpage contains my CV as well as research papers and presentations I gave. I shall do my best to fill it up.

Other than my academic activities, I am predisposed towards the visual arts. I have been drawing for most of my life. Hopefully always will.
You are more than invited to take a peek at this site's sister-site, Psifas, displaying some of my art.

Updated: August 2018