Org Behav Human Dec Processes


Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 164


Humans judge, algorithms nudge: The psychology of behavior tracking acceptance
Roshni Raveendhran, Nathanael J. Fast [Google Scholar]

Reputational and cooperative benefits of third-party compensation
Nathan A. Dhaliwal, Indrajeet Patil, Fiery Cushman [Google Scholar]

A preference for preference: Lack of subjective preference evokes dehumanization
Jessica M. Lopez, Kaitlin Woolley, Ann L. McGill [Google Scholar]

Disclosing interpersonal conflicts of interest: Revealing whom we like, but not whom we dislike
Daniel A. Effron, Medha Raj [Google Scholar]

Ironic Egalitarianism: When hierarchy-attenuating motives increase hierarchy-enhancing beliefs
Rebecca Ponce de Leon, Aaron C. Kay [Google Scholar]

“Many others are doing it, so why shouldn’t I?”: How being in larger competitions leads to more cheating
Celia Chui, Maryam Kouchaki, Francesca Gino [Google Scholar]

Emotional acknowledgment: How verbalizing others’ emotions fosters interpersonal trust
Alisa Yu, Justin M. Berg, Julian J. Zlatev [Google Scholar]

Reaping a benefit at the expense of multiple others: How are the losses of others counted?
Meir Barneron, Shoham Choshen-Hillel, Ilan Yaniv [Google Scholar]

Evolving choice sets: The effect of dynamic (vs. static) choice sets on preferences
Taly Reich, Jennifer Savary, Daniella Kupor [Google Scholar]

Divine inhibition: Does thinking about God make monotheistic believers less creative?
Verena Krause, Jack A. Goncalo, Carmit T. Tadmor [Google Scholar]

A dynamic perspective on moral choice: Revisiting moral hypocrisy
Stephanie C. Lin, Dale T. Miller [Google Scholar]

Article from the Special Issue “Best Practices in Open Science,” Edited by Don Moore and Stefan Thau

Practice what you preach: Credibility-enhancing displays and the growth of open science
Gordon T. Kraft-Todd, David G. Rand [Google Scholar]

Joy and rigor in behavioral science
Hanne K. Collins, Ashley V. Whillans, Leslie K. John [Google Scholar]

Expanding the scope of reproducibility research through data analysis replications
Jake M. Hofman, Daniel G. Goldstein, Siddhartha Sen, Forough Poursabzi-Sangdeh, Jennifer Allen, Ling Liang Dong, Brenda Fried, Harpreet Gaur, Adnan Hoq, Emeka Mbazor, Naomi Moreira, Cindy Muso, Etta Rapp, Roymil Terrero [Google Scholar]