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Yochanan E. Bigman
Yochanan E. Bigman
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People are averse to machines making moral decisions
YE Bigman, K Gray
Cognition, 2018
4032018
An expectancy-value model of emotion regulation: implications for motivation, emotional experience, and decision making.
M Tamir, YE Bigman, E Rhodes, J Salerno, J Schreier
Emotion 15 (1), 90, 2015
2242015
Measuring Realistic and Symbolic Threats of COVID-19 and Their Unique Impacts on Well-Being and Adherence to Public Health Behaviors
FJ Kachanoff, YE Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2020
2002020
Holding robots responsible: The elements of machine morality
YE Bigman, A Waytz, R Alterovitz, K Gray
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (5), 365-368, 2019
1692019
Robots at work: People prefer—and forgive—service robots with perceived feelings.
KC Yam, YE Bigman, PM Tang, R Ilies, D De Cremer, H Soh, K Gray
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (10), 1557, 2021
1362021
Yes I can: Expected success promotes actual success in emotion regulation
YE Bigman, IB Mauss, JJ Gross, M Tamir
Cognition and Emotion 30 (7), 1380-1387, 2016
1232016
Successful emotion regulation requires both conviction and skill: Beliefs about the controllability of emotions, reappraisal, and regulation success
T Gutentag, E Halperin, R Porat, YE Bigman, M Tamir
Cognition and Emotion 31 (6), 1225-1233, 2017
1032017
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
1002016
Life and death decisions of autonomous vehicles
YE Bigman, K Gray
Nature 579 (7797), E1-E2, 2020
872020
When there’s a will, there’s a way: Disentangling the effects of goals and means in emotion regulation.
M Tamir, E Halperin, R Porat, YE Bigman, Y Hasson
Journal of personality and social psychology, 2019
762019
Religion, emotion regulation, and well-being
A Vishkin, Y Bigman, M Tamir
Religion and spirituality across cultures, 247-269, 2014
732014
Algorithmic discrimination causes less moral outrage than human discrimination.
YE Bigman, D Wilson, MN Arnestad, A Waytz, K Gray
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 152 (1), 4, 2023
672023
Reducing the uncanny valley by dehumanizing humanoid robots
KC Yam, Y Bigman, K Gray
Computers in Human Behavior 125, 106945, 2021
452021
Threat of racial and economic inequality increases preference for algorithm decision-making
YE Bigman, KC Yam, D Marciano, SJ Reynolds, K Gray
Computers in Human Behavior 122, 106859, 2021
452021
The road to heaven is paved with effort: Perceived effort amplifies moral judgment.
YE Bigman, M Tamir
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (12), 1654, 2016
452016
Expectations influence how emotions shape behavior.
M Tamir, YE Bigman
Emotion 18 (1), 15-25, 2018
442018
It’sa match: Task assignment in human–robot collaboration depends on mind perception
E Wiese, PP Weis, Y Bigman, K Kapsaskis, K Gray
International Journal of Social Robotics, 1-8, 2022
322022
Why Might People Want to Feel Bad?: Motives in Contrahedonic Emotion Regulation
M Tamir, YE Bigman
The Positive Side of Negative Emotions, 201-223, 2014
262014
When less is more: Effects of the availability of strategic options on regulating negative emotions.
YE Bigman, G Sheppes, M Tamir
Emotion 17 (6), 993, 2017
222017
Religion and spirituality across cultures
A Vishkin, Y Bigman, M Tamir
Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem …, 2014
212014
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