Boaz Hameiri
Boaz Hameiri
Senior Lecturer, Tel Aviv University
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Exaggerated meta-perceptions predict intergroup hostility between American political partisans
SL Moore-Berg, LO Ankori-Karlinsky, B Hameiri, E Bruneau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (26), 14864-14872, 2020
Paradoxical thinking as a new avenue of intervention to promote peace
B Hameiri, R Porat, D Bar-Tal, A Bieler, E Halperin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (30), 10996-11001, 2014
Intergroup contact reduces dehumanization and meta-dehumanization: Cross-sectional, longitudinal, and quasi-experimental evidence from 16 samples in five countries
E Bruneau, B Hameiri, SL Moore-Berg, N Kteily
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (6), 906-920, 2021
Paradoxical thinking as a conflict-resolution intervention: Comparison to alternative interventions and examination of psychological mechanisms
B Hameiri, E Nabet, D Bar-Tal, E Halperin
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (1), 122-139, 2018
Interventions to change well‐anchored attitudes in the context of intergroup conflict
D Bar‐Tal, B Hameiri
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 14 (7), e12534, 2020
Challenges for peacemakers: How to overcome socio-psychological barriers
B Hameiri, D Bar-Tal, E Halperin
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1 (1), 164-171, 2014
Priming of spatial distance enhances children’s creative performance
N Liberman, O Polack, B Hameiri, M Blumenfeld
Journal of experimental child psychology 111 (4), 663-670, 2012
Exploring ourselves within intergroup conflict: The role of intragroup dialogue in promoting acceptance of collective narratives and willingness toward reconciliation.
Y Ben David, B Hameiri, S Benheim, B Leshem, A Sarid, M Sternberg, ...
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 23 (3), 269-277, 2017
Looking backward to move forward: Effects of acknowledgment of victimhood on readiness to compromise for peace in the protracted Israeli–Palestinian conflict
B Hameiri, A Nadler
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (4), 555-569, 2017
Moderating attitudes in times of violence through paradoxical thinking intervention
B Hameiri, R Porat, D Bar-Tal, E Halperin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (43), 12105-12110, 2016
The tendency for interpersonal victimhood: The personality construct and its consequences
R Gabay, B Hameiri, T Rubel-Lifschitz, A Nadler
Personality and Individual Differences 165, 110134, 2020
The prime psychological suspects of toxic political polarization
SL Moore-Berg, B Hameiri, E Bruneau
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 199-204, 2020
Paradoxical thinking interventions: A paradigm for societal change
B Hameiri, D Bar‐Tal, E Halperin
Social Issues and Policy Review 13 (1), 36-62, 2019
Support for self‐censorship among Israelis as a barrier to resolving the Israeli‐Palestinian conflict
B Hameiri, K Sharvit, D Bar‐Tal, E Shahar, E Halperin
Political Psychology 38 (5), 795-813, 2017
Intervention tournaments: An overview of concept, design, and implementation
B Hameiri, SL Moore-Berg
Perspectives on Psychological Science 17 (6), 1525–1540, 2022
Empathy, dehumanization, and misperceptions: A media intervention humanizes migrants and increases empathy for their plight but only if misinformation about migrants is also …
SL Moore-Berg, B Hameiri, EG Bruneau
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 645-655, 2022
A rose by any other name? A subtle linguistic cue impacts anger and corresponding policy support in intractable conflict
O Idan, E Halperin, B Hameiri, M Reifen Tagar
Psychological Science 29 (6), 972-983, 2018
Paradoxical thinking as a paradigm of attitude change in the context of intractable conflict
D Bar-Tal, B Hameiri, E Halperin
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology 63, 129-187, 2021
Experiencing acknowledgment versus denial of the ingroup’s collective victimization
MS Twali, B Hameiri, JR Vollhardt, A Nadler
The social psychology of collective victimhood, 297-318, 2020
The paradoxical thinking ‘sweet spot’: The role of recipients’ latitude of rejection in the effectiveness of paradoxical thinking messages targeting anti-refugee attitudes in …
B Hameiri, O Idan, E Nabet, D Bar-Tal, E Halperin
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 8 (1), 266-283, 2020
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