Eyal Peer (Pe'er)
Eyal Peer (Pe'er)
Senior Lecturer at Hebrew University School of Public Policy
Verified email at mail.huji.ac.il - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Reputation as a sufficient condition for data quality on Amazon Mechanical Turk
E Peer, J Vosgerau, A Acquisti
Behavior research methods 46 (4), 1023-1031, 2014
7822014
Beyond the Turk: Alternative platforms for crowdsourcing behavioral research
E Peer, L Brandimarte, S Samat, A Acquisti
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 70, 153-163, 2017
4652017
Using nonnaive participants can reduce effect sizes
J Chandler, G Paolacci, E Peer, P Mueller, KA Ratliff
Psychological science 26 (7), 1131-1139, 2015
1642015
Scaling the security wall: Developing a security behavior intentions scale (sebis)
S Egelman, E Peer
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2015
1342015
Too Reliable To Be True? Response Bias as a Potential Source of Inflation in Paper-And-Pencil Questionnaire Reliability
E Peer, E Gamliel
Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation 16 (9), 2, 2010
672010
Positive versus negative framing affects justice judgments
E Gamliel, E Peer
Social Justice Research 19 (3), 307-322, 2006
592006
Selectively recruiting participants from Amazon Mechanical Turk using qualtrics
E Peer, G Paolacci, J Chandler, P Mueller
Available at SSRN 2100631, 2012
57*2012
“I cheated, but only a little”: Partial confessions to unethical behavior.
E Peer, A Acquisti, S Shalvi
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (2), 202, 2014
532014
Behavior ever follows intention? A validation of the Security Behavior Intentions Scale (SeBIS)
S Egelman, M Harbach, E Peer
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2016
462016
The myth of the average user: Improving privacy and security systems through individualization
S Egelman, E Peer
Proceedings of the 2015 New Security Paradigms Workshop, 16-28, 2015
452015
Attribute framing affects the perceived fairness of health care allocation principles
E Gamliel, E Peer
Judgment and Decision Making 5 (1), 11, 2010
432010
Speeding and the time-saving bias: How drivers’ estimations of time saved in higher speed affects their choice of speed
E Peer
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6), 1978-1982, 2010
382010
The time-saving bias, speed choices and driving behavior
E Peer
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 14 (6), 543-554, 2011
342011
Beyond the privacy paradox: Objective versus relative risk in privacy decision making
I Adjerid, E Peer, A Acquisti
Available at SSRN 2765097, 2016
332016
Heuristics and biases in judicial decisions
E Peer, E Gamliel
Ct. Rev. 49, 114, 2013
302013
Predicting privacy and security attitudes
S Egelman, E Peer
ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society 45 (1), 22-28, 2015
272015
Media literacy and media bias: Are media literacy students less susceptible to nonverbal judgment biases?
E Babad, E Peer, R Hobbs
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 1 (2), 97, 2012
252012
When two motivations race: The effects of time-saving bias and sensation-seeking on driving speed choices
E Peer, T Rosenbloom
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 1135-1139, 2013
202013
“Heads or tails?”—A reachability bias in binary choice.
M Bar-Hillel, E Peer, A Acquisti
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (6), 1656, 2014
192014
The Doctor Fox research (1973) rerevisited:“Educational seduction” ruled out.
E Peer, E Babad
Journal of Educational Psychology 106 (1), 36, 2014
192014
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