Ohad Livnat

I’m an MA student at the Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences. I study individual differences in meta-cognitive appraisals of trust in phenomenology – that is, our spontaneous tendency to trust our conscious experiences or assume and act upon them as if they were objectively true. In addition, I take part in broad research of a completely new theory of curiosity, a framework that allows one to model in the same theory everything from clickbait-driven epistemic urges to long-lasting personal fields of interest.