Conflict Resolution in the Age of Information Saturation
Dr. Boaz Hameiri a Senior Lecturer and the Head of the Evens Program in Conflict Management and Mediation at Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Social Studies.
In this episode our host Ido Aharoni Aronoff is hosting Dr. Boaz Hameiri a Senior Lecturer and the Head of the Evens Program in Conflict Management and Mediation at Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Social Studies. He also serves as a Human Development Lab researcher at the Boris Mints Institute at TAU. He received his PhD in social psychology at Tel Aviv University in 2019, and then did his Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Peace and Conflict Neuroscience Lab at the University of Pennsylvania, and Postdoctoral Innovation Lab Fellowship at Beyond Conflict.
Hameiri’s specialty is the examination of different psychological barriers to attitude change and conflict resolution (e.g., victimhood), and the development of psychological interventions (e.g., paradoxical thinking) to address these barriers and promote better intergroup relations and conflict resolution.
Here, Aharoni & Hameiri explore ways to overcome the challenge presented by the October 7th massacre and its aftermath.