Orit E. Tykocinski
Orit E. Tykocinski
Reichman University (IDC Herzliya)
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Seff-discrepancies and biographical memory: Personality and cognition at the level of psychological situation
T Higgins, O Tykocinski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 18 (5), 527-535, 1992
The consequences of doing nothing: Inaction inertia as avoidance of anticipated counterfactual regret.
OE Tykocinski, TS Pittman
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (3), 607, 1998
Inaction inertia: Foregoing future benefits as a result of an initial failure to act.
OE Tykocinski, TS Pittman, EE Tuttle
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; Journal of Personality and …, 1995
Self and health: How “patterns” of self-beliefs predict types of emotional and physical problems
ET Higgins, J Vookles, O Tykocinski
Social Cognition 10 (1), 125-150, 1992
Product aversion following a missed opportunity: Price contrast or avoidance of anticipated regret?
OE Tykocinski, TS Pittman
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 23 (3), 149-156, 2001
I never had a chance: Using hindsight tactics to mitigate disappointments
OE Tykocinski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (3), 376-382, 2001
Patterns of self-beliefs: The psychological significance of relations among the actual, ideal, ought, can, and future selves
ET Higgins, O Tykocinski, J Vookles
Self-inference processes, 153-190, 2013
Retroactive pessimism: A different kind of hindsight bias
OE Tykocinski, D Pick, D Kedmi
European Journal of Social Psychology 32 (4), 577-588, 2002
When bonuses backfire: An inaction inertia analysis of procrastination induced by a missed opportunity
TS Pittman, OE Tykocinski, R Sandman‐Keinan, PA Matthews
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 21 (2), 139-150, 2008
Inaction inertia in the stock market
OE Tykocinski, R Israel, T Pittman
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 34 (6), 1166-1175, 2004
Coping with disappointing outcomes: Retroactive pessimism and motivated inhibition of counterfactuals
OE Tykocinski, N Steinberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (5), 551-558, 2005
Insurance, risk, and magical thinking
OE Tykocinski
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (10), 1346-1356, 2008
Reasonable reasons for waiting
OE Tykocinski, BJ Ruffle
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 16 (2), 147-157, 2003
The deadweight loss of Christmas: comment
BJ Ruffle, O Tykocinski
American Economic Review 91 (1), 319-324, 2000
Inaction inertia
M Van Putten, M Zeelenberg, E van Dijk, OE Tykocinski
European Review of Social Psychology: Volume 24, 123-159, 2017
The lingering effects of our past experiences: The sunk‐cost fallacy and the inaction‐inertia effect
OE Tykocinski, A Ortmann
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 5 (9), 653-664, 2011
When ignorance is not bliss: How feelings of discomfort promote the search for negative information
Y Shani, OE Tykocinski, M Zeelenberg
Journal of Economic Psychology 29 (5), 643-653, 2008
Inaction inertia in international negotiations: The consequences of missed opportunities
LG Terris, OE Tykocinski
British Journal of Political Science 46 (3), 701-717, 2016
Money imbued with essence: How we preserve, invest, and spend inherited money
OE Tykocinski, TS Pittman
Basic and applied social psychology 35 (6), 506-514, 2013
The insurance effect: How the possession of gas masks reduces the likelihood of a missile attack
OE Tykocinski
Judgement and Decision Making 8 (2), 174-178, 2013
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