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Maya Bar-Hillel (Hebrew: מיה בר-הלל, born 1943) is a professor emeritus of psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Known for her work on inaccuracies in human reasoning about probability, she has also studied decision theory in connection with Newcomb's paradox, investigated how gender stereotyping can block human problem-solving, and worked with Dror Bar-Natan, Gil Kalai, and Brendan McKay to debunk the Bible code.
|Born||1943 (age 79–80)|
|Alma mater||Hebrew University of Jerusalem (PhD)|
|Thesis||The Base-Rate Fallacy in Subjective Judgments of Probability (1975)|
|Institutions||Hebrew University of Jerusalem|