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Ruthie Pliskin
Ruthie Pliskin
Assistant Professor, Leiden University
Verified email at fsw.leidenuniv.nl - Homepage
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Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat
R Thomson, M Yuki, T Talhelm, J Schug, M Kito, AH Ayanian, JC Becker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (29), 7521-7526, 2018
1842018
Emotions and emotion regulation in intractable conflict: Studying emotional processes within a unique context
E Halperin, R Pliskin
Political Psychology 36, 119-150, 2015
1122015
Emotion regulation and the cultivation of political tolerance: Searching for a new track for intervention
E Halperin, R Pliskin, T Saguy, V Liberman, JJ Gross
Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (6), 1110-1138, 2014
902014
Overcoming the barrier of narrative adherence in conflicts through awareness of the psychological bias of naïve realism
M Nasie, D Bar-Tal, R Pliskin, E Nahhas, E Halperin
Personality and social psychology bulletin 40 (11), 1543-1556, 2014
732014
A darker side of hope: Harmony-focused hope decreases collective action intentions among the disadvantaged
S Hasan-Aslih, R Pliskin, M van Zomeren, E Halperin, T Saguy
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (2), 209-223, 2019
602019
Economic system justification predicts muted emotional responses to inequality
S Goudarzi, R Pliskin, JT Jost, ED Knowles
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-9, 2020
592020
Are leftists more emotion-driven than rightists? The interactive influence of ideology and emotions on support for policies
R Pliskin, D Bar-Tal, G Sheppes, E Halperin
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (12), 1681-1697, 2014
552014
Emotions and emotion regulation in intractable conflict and their relation to the ethos of conflict in Israeli society
R Pliskin, E Halperin
A social psychology perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 167-184, 2016
392016
Not quite over the rainbow: The unrelenting and insidious nature of heteronormative ideology
J van der Toorn, R Pliskin, T Morgenroth
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 160-165, 2020
382020
An eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) workshop increases regulatory choice flexibility.
A Alkoby, R Pliskin, E Halperin, N Levit-Binnun
Emotion 19 (4), 593, 2019
382019
Self-censorship in conflicts: Israel and the 1948 Palestinian exodus.
R Nets-Zehngut, R Pliskin, D Bar-Tal
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 21 (3), 479, 2015
362015
Why is it so difficult to resolve intractable conflicts peacefully? A sociopsychological explanation
D Bar-Tal, E Halperin, R Pliskin
Handbook of international negotiation, 73-92, 2015
342015
When ideology meets conflict-related content: Influences on emotion generation and regulation.
R Pliskin, E Halperin, D Bar-Tal, G Sheppes
Emotion 18 (2), 159, 2018
272018
Running for your life, in context: Are rightists always less likely to consider fleeing their country when fearing future events?
R Pliskin, G Sheppes, E Halperin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 59, 90-95, 2015
212015
Feel good or do good? A valence–function framework for understanding emotions
S Cohen-Chen, R Pliskin, A Goldenberg
Current Directions in Psychological Science 29 (4), 388-393, 2020
172020
Proposing a multi-dimensional, context-sensitive approach to the study of ideological (a) symmetry in emotion
R Pliskin, A Ruhrman, E Halperin
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 75-80, 2020
172020
Political games of attack and defence
CKW De Dreu, R Pliskin, M Rojek-Giffin, Z Méder, J Gross
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1822), 20200135, 2021
112021
Exposure to the 2014 Gaza war and support for militancy: The role of emotion dysregulation
I Zipris, R Pliskin, D Canetti, E Halperin
Personality and social psychology bulletin 45 (6), 965-977, 2019
102019
With or without you: The paradoxical role of identification in predicting joint and ingroup collective action in intergroup conflict
S Hasan‐Aslih, E Shuman, R Pliskin, M van Zomeren, T Saguy, ...
European journal of social psychology 50 (6), 1334-1343, 2020
92020
The quest for hope: Disadvantaged group members can fulfill their desire to feel hope, but only when they believe in their power
S Hasan-Aslih, E Shuman, A Goldenberg, R Pliskin, M van Zomeren, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (7), 879-888, 2020
82020
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