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Shani, Y. (2007). Searching for Negative Information. The pains of “Suspecting the Worst” Versus the Comforts of “Knowing the Worst”. Tilburg Publishers, pp. 118, 2007



Shani, Y., & Zeelenberg, M. (2007). When and Why do We Want to Know? How Experienced Regret Promotes Post-Decision Information Search. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 20, 207-222

Shani, Y., Tykocinski, O., & Zeelenberg, M. (2008). When Ignorance is Not Bliss: How Distressing Uncertainty Drives the Search of Negative Information. Journal of Economic Psychology, 29, 643-653

Shani, Y., Igou, E., & Zeelenberg, M. (2009). Different perspectives on unpleasant truths: How construal levels influence information search. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 110, 36-44

Shavit, T., Giorgetta, C., Shani, Y., & Ferlazzo, F. (2010). Using an eye tracker to examine behavioral biases in investment tasks: An experimental study. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 11, 185-194

Shani, Y., Cepicka, M.C., & Shashar, N. (2011). Keeping up with the Joneses: Dolphins’ search knowledge for knowledge’s sake. Journal of Economic Psychology, 32, 418-424

Shani, Y., van de Ven, N., & Zeelenberg, M. (2012). Delaying information search. Judgment and Decision Making, 7, 750-760

Shani, Y., & Zeelenberg, M. (2012). Post-decisional information search: The pains of suspecting the worst versus the comforts of knowing the worst. Social Influence, 7, 193 – 210

Shavit, T., Rosenboim, M., & Shani, Y. (2013). What is more important, The outcome or the probability? Applied Economics Letters. 20, 127 – 130

Shavit, T., Rosenboim, M., & Shani, Y. (2014). Time preference and optimism bias before and after a risky activity: A field experiment. Journal of Economic Psychology, 43, 30-36

Breugelmans, S. M., Zeelenberg, M., Gilovich, T., Huang, W. H., & Shani, Y. (2014). Generality and cultural variation in the experience of regret. Emotion, 6, 1037 - 1048

Shani, Y., Danziger, S., & Zeelenberg, M. (2015). Choosing between options associated with past and future regret. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 126, 107-114

Barkan, R., Danziger S., & Shani, Y. (2016). Do as I say not as I do. Choice-advice differences in decisions to learn information. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 125, 55-67

Shani, Y. (2017). When Sharing Is Not Caring: Does uncertainty about bill payment method lead diners to consume more and spend more money? Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 30, 453-461

Danziger, S., Disatnik, D., & Shani, Y. (2017). Remembering Friends as Not So Friendly in Competitive and Bargaining Social Interactions, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 30, 987– 998

Shani, Y., Appel, G., Danziger, S., & Shachar, R. (2020). When and why consumers “accidentally” endanger their products. Management Science, 66 (12), 5757-5782

Vainapel, S., Shani, Y., & Shalvi, S. (2021). Motivated Interpretations of Deceptive Information. Brain Sciences, 11(3), 297

Morvinski, C., & Shani, Y. (2022). Misaligned mindsets between borrowers and lenders of small interpersonal loans. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 169, 104117

International multi-collaborations

Zickfeld, et al. (2021). Tears Trigger the Intention to Offer Social Support: A Systematic Investigation of the Interpersonal Effects of Emotional Crying Across 41 Countries. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 95, 104137

Samore, Fessler ... Shani, Y.… & Wang. (2023). Greater traditionalism predicts COVID-19 precautionary behaviors across 27 societies, Scientific Reports

Vaidis, D., Sllegers, A., Prilolo, D., … Shani, Y. (2024). A Multilab Replication of the Induced-Compliance Paradigm of Cognitive Dissonance. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science

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