Maya Tamir is a full professor of psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She received her PhD in social-personality psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University.
I am currently a PhD student in the Psychology Department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, supervised by Prof. Maya Tamir. My PhD focuses on emotional motivation in depression. Specifically, I'm interested in what depressed individuals want to feel, why they want to feel the way they do, and what are the consequences of their emotional preferences on emotion regulation and mental health.
I am currently a PhD student in the Psychology Department at the Hebrew University, supervised by Prof. Maya Tamir. I hold a B.A. in Psychology and Communication, a M.A. is Psychology and a M.B.A - all degrees are from The Hebrew University.
I am interested in emotion regulation and motivation. Specifically, I suggest that the outcome of emotion regulation also depends on how committed people are to achieving their emotion goal.
I am a Ph.D. student in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and IDC Herzliya, under the supervision of Prof. Maya Tamir, Prof. Eran Halperin, and Dr. Michal Reifen Tagar.
My Ph.D. examines children's socialization process of motivation for empathy toward outgroup members.
I am a PhD student at the Psychology department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Under the supervision of Prof. Maya Tamir, my doctoral work focuses on interpersonal aspects of emotion and emotion regulation, especially in dyadic interactions. I am curious to explore how people utilize others for regulating their own emotions, and the role empathy plays in this mix.