I completed my BA, with excellence, in Psychology and Cognition at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Today I am a PhD candidate in the Social Psychology track (at the Hebrew University), under the supervision of Prof. Ariel Knafo-Noam, at the Social Development Laboratory. My research at the Social Development Laboratory analyzes the development of values within children and adolescents. My greatest research interest is how genetics, cognition, and environment influence the development of liberal vs. conservative values. In addition to my work here, I am involved in the Emotion and Emotion Regulation Laboratory. Other research interests include the development of emotionality preferences, emotional intellegence, environmental influences on genetics, and how heredity and environment work together.