I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at New York University and Harvard Business School. I completed my Ph.D. at Hebrew University and the University of Groningen. Broadly, I study the psychological processes underlying social change. More specifically, my research centers around three main topics: (1) the effects of different types of collective action on historically advantaged groups in society, (2) understanding and developing interventions to reduce the psychological roots of resistance to social change among advantaged groups, and (3) the psychological motivations to engage in different types of collective action. To study these topics, I integrate theory and methods from social psychology and political science, and employ a multi-method approach involving surveys, behavioral experiments, big data, and computational social science.