Nir Halevy
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“In-group love” and “out-group hate” as motives for individual participation in intergroup conflict: A new game paradigm
N Halevy, G Bornstein, L Sagiv
Psychological science 19 (4), 405-411, 2008
Toward a unifying model of identification with groups: Integrating theoretical perspectives
S Roccas, L Sagiv, S Schwartz, N Halevy, R Eidelson
Personality and Social Psychology Review 12 (3), 280-306, 2008
A functional model of hierarchy: Why, how, and when vertical differentiation enhances group performance
N Halevy, E Y. Chou, A D. Galinsky
Organizational Psychology Review 1 (1), 32-52, 2011
“In‐group love” and “out‐group hate” in repeated interaction between groups
N Halevy, O Weisel, G Bornstein
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 25 (2), 188-195, 2012
The destructive nature of power without status
NJ Fast, N Halevy, AD Galinsky
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (1), 391-394, 2012
Status conferral in intergroup social dilemmas: behavioral antecedents and consequences of prestige and dominance.
N Halevy, EY Chou, TR Cohen, RW Livingston
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (2), 351, 2012
When hierarchy wins: Evidence from the national basketball association
N Halevy, EY Chou, AD Galinsky, JK Murnighan
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (4), 398-406, 2012
Leading from different psychological distances: A construal-level perspective on vision communication, goal setting, and follower motivation
Y Berson, N Halevy, B Shamir, M Erez
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (2), 143-155, 2015
Team negotiation: Social, epistemic, economic, and psychological consequences of subgroup conflict
N Halevy
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (12), 1687-1702, 2008
When the bases of social hierarchy collide: Power without status drives interpersonal conflict
EM Anicich, NJ Fast, N Halevy, AD Galinsky
Organization Science 27 (1), 123-140, 2015
Parochial cooperation in humans: forms and functions of self-sacrifice in intergroup conflict
CKW De Dreu, D Balliet, N Halevy
Advances in motivation science 1, 1-47, 2014
Mind games: the mental representation of conflict.
N Halevy, EY Chou, JK Murnighan
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (1), 132, 2012
Relative deprivation and intergroup competition
N Halevy, EY Chou, TR Cohen, G Bornstein
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 13 (6), 685-700, 2010
in the Peacekeeping Forces: Individual and Organizational Integrating Mechanisms
E EIron, N Halevy, EB Ari, B Shamir
The psychology of the peacekeeper: Lessons from the field, 261, 2003
The mainstream is not electable: When vision triumphs over representativeness in leader emergence and effectiveness
N Halevy, Y Berson, AD Galinsky
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (7), 893-904, 2011
Perceiving intergroup conflict: From game models to mental templates
N Halevy, L Sagiv, S Roccas, G Bornstein
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (12), 1674-1689, 2006
Hierarchy, leadership, and construal fit.
Y Berson, N Halevy
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (3), 232, 2014
How decisions happen: Focal points and blind spots in interdependent decision making.
N Halevy, EY Chou
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (3), 398, 2014
Mental models at work: Cognitive causes and consequences of conflict in organizations
N Halevy, TR Cohen, EY Chou, JJ Katz, AT Panter
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (1), 92-110, 2014
Conflict templates: Thinking through interdependence
N Halevy, JJ Katz
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (3), 217-224, 2013
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