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PUBLICATIONS

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Yam, K. C., Bigman, Y. E., & Gray, K. (2021). Reducing the uncanny valley by dehumanizing humanoid robots. In press at Computers in Human Behavior.

 

Bigman, Y. E., Yam, K. C., Marciano, D., Reynolds, S., Gray, K. (2021). Threat of racial and economic inequality increases preference for algorithm decision-making. In press at Computers in Human Behavior.

 

Wiese, E., Weis, P., Bigman, Y. E., Kapsaskis, K., & Gray, K. (2021). It’s a match: Task assignment in human-robot collaboration depends on mind perception. In press at International Journal of Social Robots.

Yam, K. C., Bigman, Y. E., Tang, P. Gray, K., Ilies, R., & de Cremer, D. (2020). Robots at work: People prefer—and forgive—service robots with perceived feelings. In press at Journal of Applied Psychology.

 

Kachanoff, F. J., Bigman, Y. E., Kapsaskis, K., & Gray, K. (2020). Measuring Realistic and Symbolic Threats of COVID-19 and Their Unique Impacts of Well-Being and Adherence to Public Health Behavior. In press at Social Psychological and Personality Science. [PDF]

Bigman, Y. E., & Gray, K. (2020). Life and death decisions of autonomous vehicles. Nature, 579 (7797), E1-E2. [PDF]

Bigman, Y. E., Waytz, A., Alterovitz, R., & Gray, K. (2019). Holding robots responsible: The elements of machine morality. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 23 (5), 365-368. [PDF]

Tamir, M., Halperin, E., Porat, R., Bigman, Y. E., & Hasson, Y. (2019). When there's a will, there's a way: Disentangling the effects of goals and means in emotion regulation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 116 (5), 795-816. [PDF]

Bigman, Y. E., & Gray, K. (2018). People are averse to machines making moral decisions. Cognition, 181, 21-34. [PDF]

Tamir, M. & Bigman, Y. E. (2018). Expectations influence how emotions shape behavior. Emotion, 18 (1), 15-25. [PDF]

Bigman, Y. E., Sheppes, G., & Tamir, M. (2017). When less is more: Effects of the availability of strategic options on regulating negative emotions. Emotion, 17 (6), 993-1006. [PDF]

Gutentag, T, Halperin, E., Porat, R., Bigman, Y. E., & Tamir, M. (2017). Successful emotion regulation requires both conviction and skill: Beliefs about the controllability of emotions, reappraisal and regulation success. Cognition and Emotion, 31 (6), 1225-1233. [PDF]

Bigman, Y. E., & Tamir, M. (2016). The road to heaven is paved with effort: Perceived effort amplifies moral judgment. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145, 1654-1669. [PDF]

        

Bigman, Y. E., Mauss, I. B., Gross J. J., & Tamir, M. (2016). Yes I can: Expected success promotes actual success in emotion regulation. Cognition and Emotion, 30, 1380-1387. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Bigman, Y. E., Porat, R., Solak, N., Halperin, E., & Tamir, M. (2016). God rest our hearts: Religiosity and cognitive reappraisal. Emotion, 16, 252-262. [PDF]

Kim, M. Y., Bigman, Y. E., & Tamir, M. (2015). Emotion regulation. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Ed. (pp. 452-456). Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Tamir, M., Bigman, Y. E., Rhodes, E., Salerno, J., & Schreier, J. (2015). An expectancy-value model of emotion regulation: Implications for motivation, emotional experience, and decision making. Emotion, 15, 90-103. [PDF]

Tamir, M., & Bigman, Y. E. (2014). Why might people want to feel bad? Motives in contra-hedonic emotion regulation. In W. G. Parrott (Ed.), The Positive Side of Negative Emotions (pp. 201-223). New York, NY: Guilford Press. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Bigman, Y. E., & Tamir, M. (2014). Religion, emotion regulation, and well-being. In C. Kim-Prieto (Ed.), Positive Psychology of Religion and Spirituality across Cultures (pp. 247-269).  New York, NY: Springer. [PDF]

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