Tehila Kogut
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The “identified victim” effect: An identified group, or just a single individual?
T Kogut, I Ritov
Journal of behavioral decision making 18 (3), 157-167, 2005
The singularity effect of identified victims in separate and joint evaluations
T Kogut, I Ritov
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 97 (2), 106-116, 2005
“One of us”: Outstanding willingness to help save a single identified compatriot
T Kogut, I Ritov
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 104 (2), 150-157, 2007
Someone to blame: When identifying a victim decreases helping
T Kogut
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (4), 748-755, 2011
Knowing what I should, doing what I want: From selfishness to inequity aversion in young children’s sharing behavior
T Kogut
Journal of Economic Psychology 33 (1), 226-236, 2012
Politicians polarize and experts depolarize public support for COVID-19 management policies across countries
A Flores, JC Cole, S Dickert, K Eom, GM Jiga-Boy, T Kogut, R Loria, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (3), e2117543119, 2022
Possession attachment: Individual differences in the endowment effect
T Kogut, E Kogut
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 24 (4), 377-393, 2011
The identifiable victim effect: Causes and boundary conditions
T Kogut, I Ritov
The science of giving: Experimental approaches to the study of charity, 133-145, 2011
Exploring the relationship between adult attachment style and the identifiable victim effect in helping behavior
T Kogut, E Kogut
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (4), 651-660, 2013
Scope insensitivity in helping decisions: Is it a matter of culture and values?
T Kogut, P Slovic, D Västfjäll
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (6), 1042, 2015
Ally or adversary: The effect of identifiability in inter-group conflict situations
I Ritov, T Kogut
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 116 (1), 96-103, 2011
Too lonely to help: Early adolescents’ social connections and willingness to help during COVID‐19 lockdown
H Sabato, Y Abraham, T Kogut
Journal of Research on Adolescence 31 (3), 764-779, 2021
The role of perspective taking and emotions in punishing identified and unidentified wrongdoers
T Kogut
Cognition & Emotion 25 (8), 1491-1499, 2011
Effect of media presentations on willingness to commit to organ donation
I Harel, T Kogut, M Pinchas, P Slovic
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (20), 5159-5164, 2017
‘Protective donation’: When refusing a request for a donation increases the sense of vulnerability
T Kogut, I Ritov
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (6), 1059-1069, 2011
How far is the suffering? The role of psychological distance and victims’ identifiability in donation decisions
T Kogut, I Ritov, E Rubaltelli, N Liberman
Judgment and Decision making 13 (5), 458-466, 2018
Careful cheating: People cheat groups rather than individuals
A Amir, T Kogut, Y Bereby-Meyer
Frontiers in psychology 7, 371, 2016
Who helps more? How self-other discrepancies influence decisions in helping situations
T Kogut, R Beyth-Marom
Judgment and Decision Making 3 (8), 595-606, 2008
Feel good, do good? Subjective well-being and sharing behavior among children
H Sabato, T Kogut
Journal of experimental child psychology 177, 335-350, 2019
Visceral needs and donation decisions: Do people identify with suffering or with relief?
I Harel, T Kogut
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 56, 24-29, 2015
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