Maayan Katzir
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Imagined positive emotions and inhibitory control: the differentiated effect of pride versus happiness.
M Katzir, T Eyal, N Meiran, Y Kessler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (5), 1314, 2010
When stepping outside the self is not enough: A self-distanced perspective reduces the experience of basic but not of self-conscious emotions
M Katzir, T Eyal
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (6), 1089-1092, 2013
Neural correlates of processing “self-conscious” vs.“basic” emotions
M Gilead, M Katzir, T Eyal, N Liberman
Neuropsychologia 81, 207-218, 2016
Cognitive performance is enhanced if one knows when the task will end
M Katzir, A Emanuel, N Liberman
Cognition 197, 2020
Moving beyond inhibition: Capturing a broader scope of the self-control construct with the Self-Control Strategy Scale (SCSS)
M Katzir, M Baldwin, KM Werner, W Hofmann
Journal of Personality Assessment 103 (6), 762-776, 2021
Why do people increase effort near a deadline? An opportunity-cost model of goal gradients.
A Emanuel, M Katzir, N Liberman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2022
Disgust as an essentialist emotion that signals nonviolent outgrouping with potentially low social costs.
M Katzir, M Hoffmann, N Liberman
Emotion 19 (5), 841, 2019
Differential effects of abstract and concrete processing on the reactivity of basic and self-conscious emotions
O Bornstein, M Katzir, A Simchon, T Eyal
Cognition and Emotion 35 (4), 593-606, 2021
On trading off labor and leisure: A process model of perceived autonomy and opportunity costs.
SC Rom, M Katzir, K Diel, W Hofmann
Motivation Science, 2019
Competitor rule priming: evidence for priming of task rules in task switching
M Katzir, B Ori, S Hsieh, N Meiran
Psychological Research 79, 446-462, 2015
Go with the flow: How the consideration of joy versus pride influences automaticity
M Katzir, B Ori, T Eyal, N Meiran
Acta psychologica 155, 57-66, 2015
On trading off labor and leisure: A process model of perceived autonomy and opportunity costs. Motivation Science, 6 (3), 235–246
SC Rom, M Katzir, K Diel, W Hofmann
“Optimal suppression” as a solution to the paradoxical cost of multitasking: Examination of suppression specificity in task switching
M Katzir, B Ori, N Meiran
Psychological Research 82, 24-39, 2018
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
Psychological well-being in Europe after the outbreak of war in Ukraine
J Scharbert, S Humberg, L Kroencke, T Reiter, S Sakel, J Ter Horst, ...
Nature Communications 15 (1), 1202, 2024
Consequences of agreement versus disagreement on physical disgust: How do people perceive the cleanliness and morality of someone who expresses inappropriate disgust
M Katzir, M Hoffmann, N Liberman
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (2), 422-437, 2020
A global experience‐sampling method study of well‐being during times of crisis: The CoCo project
J Scharbert, T Reiter, S Sakel, J Ter Horst, K Geukes, SD Gosling, ...
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (10), e12813, 2023
Automatic or controlled: How does disbelief in free will influence cognitive functioning?
M Katzir, O Genschow
British Journal of Psychology 113 (4), 1121-1142, 2022
Psychological proximity improves reasoning in academic aptitude tests
B Hadar, M Katzir, S Pumpian, T Karelitz, N Liberman
npj Science of Learning 8 (1), 10, 2023
Are there dominant response tendencies for social reactions? Trust trumps mistrust—evidence from a Dominant Behavior Measure (DBM).
M Katzir, AC Posten
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2023
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