During the past semester, three MSc-students supervised by BEHAVE-members wrote theses on moral choice behavior. Nienke Pieters, hosted by Goudappel Coffeng where she was supervised by Dr. Matthijs Dicke-Ogenia, studied to what extent moral considerations influenced consumers’ decisions for safety-enhancing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS); her thesis can be found here. Belle Visee, hosted by Mobycon where she was supervised by Babet Hendriks, studied the views of road users on (im-)polite behaviors by automated vehicles; her thesis can be found here. Anne-Fleur Tjon Joe Gin, hosted by Accenture where she was supervised by Rozemarijn de Koomen, studied to what extent consumers are willing to pay for more environmentally friendly package delivery services, and how this relates to their innate morality; her thesis can be found here. Congratulations to all three (former) MSc-students with obtaining their degree!