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Ruth Mayo
Ruth Mayo
Dr. of Psychology, Hebrew University
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“I am not guilty” vs “I am innocent”: Successful negation may depend on the schema used for its encoding
R Mayo, Y Schul, E Burnstein
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (4), 433-449, 2004
3662004
Encoding under trust and distrust: the spontaneous activation of incongruent cognitions.
Y Schul, R Mayo, E Burnstein
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (5), 668, 2004
2582004
The value of distrust
Y Schul, R Mayo, E Burnstein
Journal of experimental social psychology 44 (5), 1293-1302, 2008
2022008
When both the original study and its failed replication are correct: Feeling observed eliminates the facial-feedback effect.
T Noah, Y Schul, R Mayo
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (5), 657, 2018
1562018
Cognition is a matter of trust: Distrust tunes cognitive processes
R Mayo
European Review of Social Psychology: Volume 26, 283-327, 2017
1062017
We look like our names: The manifestation of name stereotypes in facial appearance.
Y Zwebner, AL Sellier, N Rosenfeld, J Goldenberg, R Mayo
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 112 (4), 527, 2017
732017
Distrust and the positive test heuristic: Dispositional and situated social distrust improves performance on the Wason Rule Discovery Task.
R Mayo, D Alfasi, N Schwarz
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (3), 985, 2014
622014
Searching for certainty in an uncertain world: The difficulty of giving up the experiential for the rational mode of thinking
Y Schul, R Mayo
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 16 (2), 93-106, 2003
582003
Accessibility is a matter of trust: Dispositional and contextual distrust blocks accessibility effects
T Kleiman, N Sher, A Elster, R Mayo
Cognition 142, 333-344, 2015
462015
Creative foraging: An experimental paradigm for studying exploration and discovery
Y Hart, AE Mayo, R Mayo, L Rozenkrantz, A Tendler, U Alon, L Noy
PloS one 12 (8), e0182133, 2017
452017
If I imagine it, then it happened: The implicit truth value of imaginary representations
D Shidlovski, Y Schul, R Mayo
Cognition 133 (3), 517-529, 2014
422014
How people cope with uncertainty due to chance or deception
Y Schul, R Mayo, E Burnstein, N Yahalom
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (1), 91-103, 2007
372007
Regulatory focus and generalized trust: The impact of prevention-focused self-regulation on trusting others
J Keller, R Mayo, R Greifeneder, S Pfattheicher
Frontiers in psychology 6, 124418, 2015
362015
If you negate, you may forget: Negated repetitions impair memory compared with affirmative repetitions.
R Mayo, Y Schul, M Rosenthal
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (4), 1541, 2014
322014
Two sources are better than one: The effects of ignoring one message on using a different message from the same source
Y Schul, R Mayo
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 35 (4), 327-345, 1999
281999
Believing in nothing and believing in everything: The underlying cognitive paradox of anti-COVID-19 vaccine attitudes
D Newman, S Lewandowsky, R Mayo
Personality and Individual Differences 189, 111522, 2022
212022
Knowledge and distrust may go a long way in the battle with disinformation: Mental processes of spontaneous disbelief
R Mayo
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (4), 409-414, 2019
212019
Correction of evident falsehood requires explicit negation.
R Weil, Y Schul, R Mayo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (2), 290, 2020
192020
Thinking of oneself as an object of observation reduces reliance on metacognitive information.
T Noah, Y Schul, R Mayo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (7), 1023, 2018
192018
Discounting information: When false information is preserved and when it is not
Y Schul, R Mayo
192014
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