Allon Vishkin
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Desired emotions across cultures: A value-based account
M Tamir, SH Schwartz, J Cieciuch, M Riediger, C Torres, C Scollon, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (1), 67, 2016
Emotion regulation is motivated
M Tamir, A Vishkin, T Gutentag
Emotion 20 (1), 115-119, 2020
God rest our hearts: Religiosity and cognitive reappraisal
A Vishkin, YE Bigman, R Porat, N Solak, E Halperin, M Tamir
Emotion 16 (2), 252, 2016
Religion, emotion regulation, and well-being
A Vishkin, Y Bigman, M Tamir
Religion and spirituality across cultures, 247-269, 2014
Always look on the bright side of life: religiosity, emotion regulation and well-being in a Jewish and Christian sample
A Vishkin, P Ben-Nun Bloom, M Tamir
Journal of Happiness Studies 20, 427-447, 2019
Religiosity and emotion regulation
A Vishkin, P Ben-Nun Bloom, SH Schwartz, N Solak, M Tamir
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 50 (9), 1050-1074, 2019
A Many-Analysts Approach to the Relation Between Religiosity and Well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou
Religion, Brain and Behavior, 2022
One size does not fit all: Tailoring cognitive reappraisal to different emotions
A Vishkin, Y Hasson, Y Millgram, M Tamir
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (3), 469-484, 2020
Religiosity and Desired Emotions: Belief Maintenance or Prosocial Facilitation?
A Vishkin, SH Schwartz, P Ben-Nun Bloom, N Solak, M Tamir
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (7), 1090-1106, 2020
Fear not: Religion and emotion regulation in coping with existential concerns
A Vishkin, M Tamir
The science of religion, spirituality, and existentialism, 325-338, 2020
Religion and Democratic Commitment: A Unifying Motivational Framework
P Ben‐Nun Bloom, G Arikan, A Vishkin
Advances in Political Psychology 42 (S1), 75-108, 2021
God values the lives of my out-group more than I do: Evidence from Fiji and Israel
MH Pasek, C Shackleford, JM Smith, A Vishkin, A Lehner, J Ginges
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (7), 1032-1041, 2020
Variation and consistency in the links between religion and emotion regulation
A Vishkin
Current Opinion in Psychology 40, 6-9, 2021
Queen’s Gambit Declined: The Gender-Equality Paradox in Chess Participation Across 160 Countries
A Vishkin
Psychological Science 33 (2), 276-284, 2022
Adherence to emotion norms is greater in individualist cultures than in collectivist cultures.
A Vishkin, S Kitayama, MK Berg, E Diener, D Gross-Manos, A Ben-Arieh, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2023
Thinking about God discourages dehumanization of religious outgroups
JM Smith, M Pasek, A Vishkin, KA Johnson, C Shackleford, J Ginges
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2022
The gender-equality paradox and optimal distinctiveness: More gender-equal societies have more gendered names
A Vishkin, ML Slepian, AD Galinsky
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 490-499, 2022
A motivational framework of acculturation
A Vishkin, G Horenczyk, P Ben‐Nun Bloom
Brain and Behavior 11 (8), e2267, 2021
Religion and anti-immigration sentiments in context: Field studies in Jerusalem
P Ben-Nun Bloom, A Vishkin, P Ben-Nun, M Korenman, M Tamir
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 29 (2), 77-93, 2019
Thinking About God Encourages Prosociality Toward Religious Outgroups: A Cross-Cultural Investigation
MH Pasek, JM Kelly, C Shackleford, CJM White, A Vishkin, JM Smith, ...
Psychological Science, 09567976231158576, 2023
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