Yoella Bereby-Meyer
Yoella Bereby-Meyer
Professor, Department of Psychology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
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Honesty requires time (and lack of justifications)
S Shalvi, O Eldar, Y Bereby-Meyer
Psychological Science 23 (10), 1264-1270, 2012
The speed of learning in noisy games: partial reinforcement and the sustainability of cooperation
Y Bereby-Meyer, AE Roth
The American economic review 96 (4), 1029-1042, 2006
The effect of adding a constant to all payoffs: experimental investigation, and implications for reinforcement learning models
I Erev, Y Bereby-Meyer, AE Roth
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 39 (1), 111-128, 1999
Motivational influences on transfer of problem-solving strategies
Y Bereby-Meyer, A Kaplan
Contemporary educational psychology 30 (1), 1-22, 2005
Interest as a motivational resource: Feedback and gender matter, but interest makes the difference
I Katz, A Assor, Y Kanat-Maymon, Y Bereby-Meyer
Social Psychology of Education 9 (1), 27-42, 2006
On learning to become a successful loser: a comparison of alternative abstractions of learning processes in the loss domain
Y Bereby-Meyer, I Erev
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 42 (2), 266-286, 1998
Fairness in bargaining
Y Bereby-Meyer, M Niederle
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 56 (2), 173-186, 2005
Between self-interest and reciprocity: the social bright side of self-control failure.
E Halali, Y Bereby-Meyer, N Meiran
Journal of experimental psychology: General 143 (2), 745, 2014
When performance goals deter performance: Transfer of skills in integrative negotiations
Y Bereby-Meyer, S Moran, E Unger-Aviram
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 93 (2), 142-154, 2004
Overcoming focusing failures in competitive environments
LC Idson, D Chugh, Y Bereby‐Meyer, S Moran, B Grosskopf, M Bazerman
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 17 (3), 159-172, 2004
Prospect theory analysis of guessing in multiple choice tests
Y Bereby‐Meyer, J Meyer, OM Flascher
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 15 (4), 313-327, 2002
Is it all about the self? The effect of self-control depletion on ultimatum game proposers
E Halali, Y Bereby-Meyer, A Ockenfels
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 2013
On the robustness of the winner’s curse phenomenon
B Grosskopf, Y Bereby-Meyer, M Bazerman
Theory and Decision 63 (4), 389-418, 2007
Children’s choice strategies: the effects of age and task demands
Y Bereby-Meyer, A Assor, I Katz
Cognitive Development 19 (1), 127-146, 2004
Decision making under internal uncertainty: the case of multiple-choice tests with different scoring rules
Y Bereby-Meyer, J Meyer, DV Budescu
Acta psychologica 112 (2), 207-220, 2003
Deliberate honesty
Y Bereby-Meyer, S Shalvi
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 195-198, 2015
Stretching the effectiveness of analogical training in negotiations: Teaching diverse principles for creating value
S Moran, Y Bereby‐Meyer, M Bazerman
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 1 (2), 99-134, 2008
Overcoming the winner's curse: an adaptive learning perspective
Y Bereby‐Meyer, B Grosskopf
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 21 (1), 15-27, 2008
Self-reported ethical risk taking tendencies predict actual dishonesty
L Zimerman, S Shalvi, Y Bereby-Meyer
Judgment and Decision Making 9 (1), 58-64, 2014
“Leaving it to chance”—Passive risk taking in everyday life
R Keinan, Y Bereby-Meyer
Judgment and Decision Making 7 (6), 705-715, 2012
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