Eyal Aharoni
Eyal Aharoni
Associate Professor
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Neuroprediction of future rearrest
E Aharoni, GM Vincent, CL Harenski, VD Calhoun, W Sinnott-Armstrong, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (15), 6223-6228, 2013
2532013
Can psychopathic offenders discern moral wrongs? A new look at the moral/conventional distinction.
E Aharoni, W Sinnott-Armstrong, KA Kiehl
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (2), 484, 2012
1942012
Can neurological evidence help courts assess criminal responsibility? Lessons from law and neuroscience
E Aharoni, C Funk, W Sinnott‐Armstrong, M Gazzaniga
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1124 (1), 145-160, 2008
1322008
Comparing behavioral and self-report measures of embodied agents’ social presence in immersive virtual environments
JN Bailenson, E Aharoni, AC Beall, RE Guadagno, A Dimov, J Blascovich
Proceedings of the 7th Annual International Workshop on PRESENCE, 1864-1105, 2004
1002004
Disparities in the moral intuitions of criminal offenders: The role of psychopathy
E Aharoni, O Antonenko, KA Kiehl
Journal of research in personality 45 (3), 322-327, 2011
932011
The impact of neuroimages in the sentencing phase of capital trials
MJ Saks, NJ Schweitzer, E Aharoni, KA Kiehl
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11 (1), 105-131, 2014
852014
A large scale (N= 102) functional neuroimaging study of response inhibition in a Go/NoGo task
VR Steele, E Aharoni, GE Munro, VD Calhoun, P Nyalakanti, MC Stevens, ...
Behavioural brain research 256, 529-536, 2013
812013
Punishment without reason: Isolating retribution in lay punishment of criminal offenders.
E Aharoni, AJ Fridlund
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 18 (4), 599, 2012
542012
Social reactions toward people vs. computers: How mere lables shape interactions
E Aharoni, AJ Fridlund
Computers in human behavior 23 (5), 2175-2189, 2007
512007
What’s wrong? Moral understanding in psychopathic offenders
E Aharoni, W Sinnott-Armstrong, KA Kiehl
Journal of research in personality 53, 175-181, 2014
342014
Multimodal imaging measures predict rearrest
VR Steele, ED Claus, E Aharoni, GM Vincent, VD Calhoun, KA Kiehl
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 425, 2015
302015
Predictive accuracy in the neuroprediction of rearrest
E Aharoni, J Mallett, GM Vincent, CL Harenski, VD Calhoun, ...
Social neuroscience 9 (4), 332-336, 2014
292014
A large scale (N=102) functional neuroimaging study of error processing in a Go/NoGo task
VR Steele, ED Claus, E Aharoni, C Harenski, VD Calhoun, G Pearlson, ...
Behavioural brain research 268, 127-138, 2014
272014
No skin off my back: Retribution deficits in psychopathic motives for punishment
E Aharoni, LL Weintraub, AJ Fridlund
Behavioral sciences & the law 25 (6), 869-889, 2007
232007
Understanding low survey response rates among young US military personnel
LL Miller, E Aharoni
RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE SANTA MONICA CA, 2015
192015
Evading justice: Quantifying criminal success in incarcerated psychopathic offenders
E Aharoni, KA Kiehl
Criminal Justice and Behavior 40 (6), 629-645, 2013
192013
Age of gray matters: Neuroprediction of recidivism
KA Kiehl, NE Anderson, E Aharoni, JM Maurer, KA Harenski, V Rao, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 19, 813-823, 2018
182018
A review of research on problematic Internet use and well-being: With recommendations for the US Air force
J Breslau, E Aharoni, ER Pedersen, LL Miller
Rand health quarterly 5 (1), 2015
152015
Justice at any cost? The impact of cost–benefit salience on criminal punishment judgments
E Aharoni, HM Kleider‐Offutt, SF Brosnan, J Watzek
Behavioral sciences & the law 37 (1), 38-60, 2019
142019
Reconciling the opposing effects of neurobiological evidence on criminal sentencing judgments
CH Allen, K Vold, G Felsen, JS Blumenthal-Barby, E Aharoni
PloS one 14 (1), e0210584, 2019
92019
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