Academic staff
Researcher interests: Social cognition. Trust and distrust: the effect of distrust (vs. trust) on the way we think. Peoples` capacity to discount. Negation processes and their implications.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT: Psychology
Contact Business Development: Anna Pellivert

Selected Publications

Ruth Mayo, tom noah, Yaacov Schul
thinking of oneself as an object of observation reduces reliance on metacognitive information (2018)| Journal of Experimental Psychology: General| Read more
Ruth Mayo, tom noah, Yaacov Schul
when both the original study and its failed replication are correct feeling observed eliminates the facial feedback effect (2018)| Journal of Personality and Social Psychology| Read more
avichai tendler, avraham mayo, lior noy, liron rozenkrantz, Ruth Mayo, uri alon, yuval hart
creative foraging an experimental paradigm for studying exploration and discovery (2017)| PLOS ONE| Read more
avichai tendler, avraham mayo, lior noy, liron rozenkrantz, Ruth Mayo, uri alon, yuval hart
creative foraging a quantitative paradigm for studying creative exploration (2017)| | Read more
annelaure sellier, Jacob Goldenberg, Ruth Mayo, nir rosenfeld, yonat zwebner
we look like our names the manifestation of name stereotypes in facial appearance (2017)| Journal of Personality and Social Psychology| Read more
andrey elster, Tali Kleiman, Ruth Mayo, Noa Sher
accessibility is a matter of trust dispositional and contextual distrust blocks accessibility effects (2015)| Cognition| Read more
johannes keller, Ruth Mayo, rainer greifeneder, stefan pfattheicher
regulatory focus and generalized trust the impact of prevention focused self regulation on trusting others (2015)| Frontiers in Psychology| Read more
cognition is a matter of trust distrust tunes cognitive processes (2015)| European Review of Social Psychology| Read more
daniella shidlovski, Ruth Mayo, Yaacov Schul
if i imagine it then it happened the implicit truth value of imaginary representations (2014)| Cognition| Read more
Ruth Mayo, meytal rosenthal, Yaacov Schul
if you negate you may forget negated repetitions impair memory compared with affirmative repetitions ()| Journal of Experimental Psychology: General| Read more

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