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Between self-interest and reciprocity: The social bright side of self-control failure.
E Halali, Y Bereby-Meyer, N Meiran
Journal of experimental psychology: General 143 (2), 745, 2014
1282014
Brokerage and Brokering: An Integrative Review and Organizing Framework for Third Party Influence
N Halevy, E Halali, JJ Zlatev
Academy of Management Annals 13 (1), 215-239, 2019
1162019
Is it all about the self? The effect of self-control depletion on ultimatum game proposers
E Halali, Y Bereby-Meyer, A Ockenfels
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 240, 2013
1072013
Selfish third parties act as peacemakers by transforming conflicts and promoting cooperation
N Halevy, E Halali
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (22), 6937-6942, 2015
662015
Third parties promote cooperative norms in repeated interactions
NA Nakashima, E Halali, N Halevy
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 68, 212-223, 2017
642017
Regulating “Good” People in Subtle Conflicts of Interest Situations
Y Feldman, E Halali
Journal of Business Ethics 154 (1), 65–83, 2019
482019
Brokering Orientations and Social Capital: Influencing Others’ Relationships Shapes Status and Trust
N Halevy, E Halali, TR Cohen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119 (2), 293-316, 2020
332020
Keep it cool: temperature priming effect on cognitive control
E Halali, N Meiran, I Shalev
Psychological Research 81, 343-354, 2017
332017
More for Us or More for Me? Social Dominance as Parochial Egoism
E Halali, A Dorfman, S Jun, N Halevy
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (2), 254-262, 2018
312018
Reciprocating (More) Specifically to You: The Role of Benefactor's Identifiability on Direct and Upstream Reciprocity
E Halali, T Kogut, I Ritov
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30 (2), 473-483, 2017
282017
When rationality and fairness conflict: The role of cognitive-control in the Ultimatum Game
E Halali, Y Bereby-Meyer, N Meiran
Available at SSRN 1868852, 2011
202011
Cool down, it is worth money: Evidence from ultimatum and trust games
Y Bereby-Meyer, S Moran, E Halali, ME Schweitzer
Unpublished manuscript, Department of Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of …, 2013
9*2013
Is it all about appearance? Limited cognitive control and information advantage reveal self-serving reciprocity
M Katzir, S Cohen, E Halali
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 97, 104192, 2021
62021
Power, constraint, and cooperation in groups: The role of communication
JE Dannals, E Halali, S Kopelman, N Halevy
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 100, 104283, 2022
52022
Giving farm animals a name and a face: Eliciting animal advocacy among omnivores using the identifiable victim effect
R Cohen Ben-Arye, E Halali
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 102193, 2023
2*2023
The Open Anchoring Quest Dataset: Anchored Estimates from 96 Studies on Anchoring Effects
L Röseler, L Weber, K Helgerth, E Stich, M Günther, P Tegethoff, ...
Journal of Open Psychology Data 10 (1), 16, 2022
22022
Pitfall or scaffolding? Starting-point pull in configuration tasks.
E Halali, Y Bereby-Meyer, D Leiser
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (2 …, 2013
22013
Binding the Future: Far-looking altruism boosts long-term sustainability
E Halali, O Perez
OSF, 2023
2023
Validating self‐reported compliance with COVID‐19 regulations: Demonstrating group‐level sociodemographic self‐reported compliance that mirrors actual morbidity rates
J Slater, M Katzir, E Halali
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (12), e12855, 2023
2023
'Rationality'enhancement: The effect of anodal tDCS over the right ventrolateral prefrontal cortex among ultimatum game responders
J Slater, M Lavidor, E Halali
PsyArXiv, 2023
2023
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