Gilad Feldman
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Personality Traits and Personal Values: A Meta-Analysis
L Parks-Leduc, G Feldman, A Bardi
Personality and Social Psychology Review 19, 3 –29, 2015
3582015
The freedom to excel: Belief in free will predicts better academic performance
G Feldman, P Chandrashekar, KF Wong
Personality and Individual Differences 90, 377–383, 2016
762016
Free will is about choosing: The link between choice and the belief in free will
G Feldman, RF Baumeister, KFE Wong
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 239-245, 2014
632014
The motivation and inhibition of breaking the rules: Personal values structures predict unethicality
G Feldman, MM Chao, JL Farh, A Bardi
Journal of Research in Personality 59, 69–80, 2015
502015
Frankly, we do give a damn: The relationship between profanity and honesty
G Feldman, H Lian, M Kosinski, D Stillwell
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8, 816-826, 2017
412017
Norm theory and the action-effect: The role of social norms in regret following action and inaction
G Feldman, D Albarracín
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 111–120, 2017
282017
Making sense of agency: Belief in free will as a unique and important construct
G Feldman
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 11, 1-15, 2017
272017
Bad is freer than good: Positive–negative asymmetry in attributions of free will
G Feldman, KFE Wong, RF Baumeister
Consciousness and Cognition 42, 26–40, 2016
252016
When action-inaction framing leads to higher escalation of commitment: A new inaction-effect perspective on the sunk-cost fallacy
G Feldman, KF Wong
Psychological Science 29, 537-548, 2018
222018
Agency beliefs over time and across cultures: Free will beliefs predict higher job satisfaction
G Feldman, JL Farh, KF Wong
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44, 304-317, 2018
162018
The impact of past behavior normality on regret: Replication and extension of three experiments of the exceptionality effect
L Kutscher, G Feldman
Cognition and Emotion 33 (5), 901-914, 2019
102019
Laypersons' beliefs and intuitions about free will and determinism: New insights linking the social psychology and experimental philosophy paradigms
G Feldman, SP Chandrashekar
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9, 539-549, 2018
102018
What is normal? Dimensions of action-inaction normality and their impact on regret in the action-effect
G Feldman
Cognition and Emotion, 2020
7*2020
Personal values and moral foundations: Examining relations and joint prediction of moral variables
G Feldman
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2020
6*2020
Omission and commission in judgment and decision making: Understanding and linking action-inaction effects using the concept of normality
G Feldman, L Kutscher, T Yay
Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 2020
5*2020
Action-inaction asymmetries in moral scenarios: Replication of the omission bias examining morality and blame with extensions linking to causality, intent, and regret
J Jamison, T Yay, G Feldman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2020
5*2020
Free-will and self-other asymmetries in perceived bias and shortcomings: Replications of the Bias Blind Spot and extensions linking to free will beliefs
SP Chandrashekar, SK Yeung, KC Yau, G Feldman, CY Cheung, ...
4*2020
Perceived morality of direct versus indirect harm: Replications of the preference for indirect harm effect
I Ziano, YJ Wang, SS Sany, G Feldman, LH Ngai, YK Lau, IK Bhattal, ...
Meta Psychology, 2020
42020
Foregone opportunities and choosing not to act: Replications of Inaction Inertia effect
J Chen, LS Hui, T Yu, G Feldman, SV Zeng, TL Ching, C Ho, W Ng, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2020
32020
Regret-action effect: Action-inaction asymmetries in inferences drawn from perceived regret
G Feldman, J Chen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84, 103821, 2019
32019
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