Shahar Ayal
Shahar Ayal
Associate Professor, School of Psychology, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC
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Contagion and differentiation in unethical behavior: The effect of one bad apple on the barrel
F Gino, S Ayal, D Ariely
Psychological science 20 (3), 393-398, 2009
Self-serving justifications: Doing wrong and feeling moral
S Shalvi, F Gino, R Barkan, S Ayal
Current directions in psychological science 24 (2), 125-130, 2015
Self-serving altruism? The lure of unethical actions that benefit others
F Gino, S Ayal, D Ariely
Journal of economic behavior & organization 93, 285-292, 2013
Winning the battle but losing the war: The psychology of debt management
M Amar, D Ariely, S Ayal, C Cryder, S Rick
Journal of Marketing Research 48 (6), 38-50, 2011
The Pot Calling the Kettle Black: Distancing Response to Ethical Dissonance.
R Barkan, S Ayal, F Gino, D Ariely
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 141 (4), 757-773, 2012
Honest rationales for dishonest behavior
S Ayal, F Gino
The social psychology of morality: Exploring the causes of good and evil …, 2011
Ethical dissonance, justifications, and moral behavior
R Barkan, S Ayal, D Ariely
Current Opinion in Psychology 6 (Dec), 157-161, 2015
Three principles to REVISE people’s unethical behavior
S Ayal, F Gino, R Barkan, D Ariely
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (6), 738-741, 2015
Processing differences between descriptions and experience: A comparative analysis using eye-tracking and physiological measures
A Glöckner, S Fiedler, G Hochman, S Ayal, BE Hilbig
Frontiers in psychology 3, 173, 2012
Robot presence and human honesty: Experimental evidence
G Hoffman, J Forlizzi, S Ayal, A Steinfeld, J Antanitis, G Hochman, ...
proceedings of the tenth annual ACM/IEEE international conference on human …, 2015
Ignorance or integration: The cognitive processes underlying choice behavior
S Ayal, GUY Hochman
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 22 (4), 455-474, 2009
“I can see it in your eyes”: Biased processing and increased arousal in dishonest responses
G Hochman, A Glöckner, S Fiedler, S Ayal
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (2-3), 322-335, 2016
Determinants of judgment and decision making quality: the interplay between information processing style and situational factors
S Ayal, Z Rusou, D Zakay, G Hochman
Frontiers in psychology 6, 139731, 2015
Crafting messages to fight dishonesty: A field investigation of the effects of social norms and watching eye cues on fare evasion
S Ayal, J Celse, G Hochman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 166, 9-19, 2021
The perceived diversity heuristic: the case of pseudodiversity.
S Ayal, D Zakay
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (3), 559, 2009
Physiological arousal in processing recognition information: Ignoring or integrating cognitive cues?
G Hochman, S Ayal, A Glöckner
Judgment and Decision Making 5 (4), 285-299, 2010
The effects of mental steps and compatibility on Bayesian reasoning
S Ayal, R Beyth-Marom
Judgment and Decision Making 9 (3), 226-242, 2014
Fairness requires deliberation: the primacy of economic over social considerations
G Hochman, S Ayal, D Ariely
Frontiers in psychology 6, 141656, 2015
The effects of extreme rituals on moral behavior: The performers-observers gap hypothesis
P Mitkidis, S Ayal, S Shalvi, K Heimann, G Levy, M Kyselo, S Wallot, ...
Journal of Economic Psychology 59, 1-7, 2017
Event frequency and comparative optimism: Another look at the indirect elicitation method of self-others risks
Y Klar, S Ayal
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (6), 805-814, 2004
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