Shai Davidai
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Building a More Mobile America—One Income Quintile at a Time
S Davidai, T Gilovich
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (1), 60-71, 2015
The meaning of default options for potential organ donors
S Davidai, T Gilovich, LD Ross
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (38), 15201-15205, 2012
The headwinds/tailwinds asymmetry: An availability bias in assessments of barriers and blessings.
S Davidai, T Gilovich
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (6), 835, 2016
Why do Americans believe in economic mobility? Economic inequality, external attributions of wealth and poverty, and the belief in economic mobility
S Davidai
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 138-148, 2018
Home Alone: Why People Believe Others’ Social Lives Are Richer Than Their Own
S Deri, S Davidai, T Gilovich
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (6), 858-877, 2017
How should we think about Americans’ beliefs about economic mobility?
S Davidai, T Gilovich
Judgment and Decision Making 13 (3), 297-304, 2018
Economic inequality and social progress
S Klasen, GA Cornia, R Grynspan, LF López-Calva, N Lustig, A Fosu, ...
Rethinking society for the twenty-first century: report of the International …, 2018
Are ‘nudges’ getting a fair shot? Joint versus separate evaluation
S Davidai, E Shafir
Behavioural Public Policy, 1-19, 2018
The Ideal Road Not Taken: The Self-Discrepancies Involved in People's Most Enduring Regrets.
S Davidai, T Gilovich
Emotion (Washington, DC), 2017
American dream? Or mirage
MW Kraus, S Davidai, AD Nussbaum
New York Times 3, 2015
What Goes Up Apparently Needn't Come Down: Asymmetric Predictions of Ascent and Descent in Rankings
S Davidai, T Gilovich
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 28 (5), 491-503, 2015
The politics of zero-sum thinking: The relationship between political ideology and the belief that life is a zero-sum game
S Davidai, M Ongis
Science Advances 5 (12), eaay3761, 2019
Conducting Social Psychological Research in the Wake of COVID-19
DL Rosenfeld, E Balcetis, B Bastian, E Berkman, J Bosson, T Brannon, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Drinking Your Own Kool-Aid: Self-Deception, Deception Cues, and Persuasion in Meetings
JW Bentley, RJ Bloomfield, S Davidai, MJ Ferguson
Unpublished manuscript, 2016
The second pugilist’s plight: Why people believe they are above average but are not especially happy about it.
S Davidai, S Deri
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (3), 570, 2019
The tide that lifts all focal boats: Asymmetric predictions of ascent and descent in rankings
S Davidai, T Gilovich
Judgment and Decision Making 11 (1), 7, 2016
COVID-19 Provides a Rare Opportunity to Create a Stronger, More Equitable Society
S Davidai, MV Day, D Goya-Tocchetto, O Hauser, J Jachimowicz, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Do rich people “deserve” to be rich? Charitable giving, internal attributions of wealth, and judgments of economic deservingness
JF Black, S Davidai
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 90, 104011, 2020
There must be more to life than this: The impact of highly-accessible exemplars on self-evaluation and discontent
S Davidai, S Deri, T Gilovich
Self and Identity, 1-22, 2020
Benevolent Conformity: The Influence of Perceived Motives on Judgments of Conformity
M Wice, S Davidai
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167220963702, 2020
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