Yechiel Klar
Yechiel Klar
Tel Aviviv University
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The paradox of group-based guilt: modes of national identification, conflict vehemence, and reactions to the in-group's moral violations.
S Roccas, Y Klar, I Liviatan
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (4), 698, 2006
Collective guilt: Emotional reactions when one's group has done wrong or been wronged
MJA Wohl, NR Branscombe, Y Klar
European review of social psychology 17 (1), 1-37, 2006
No one in my group can be below the group's average: A robust positivity bias in favor of anonymous peers.
Y Klar, EE Giladi
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (5), 885, 1997
Are most people happier than their peers, or are they just happy?
Y Klar, EE Giladi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (5), 586-595, 1999
The “Never Again” state of Israel: The emergence of the Holocaust as a core feature of Israeli identity and its four incongruent voices
Y Klar, N Schori‐Eyal, Y Klar
Journal of Social Issues 69 (1), 125-143, 2013
Nonunique invulnerability: Singular versus distributional probabilities and unrealistic optimism in comparative risk judgments
Y Klar, A Medding, D Sarel
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 67 (2), 229-245, 1996
The shadows of the past: Effects of historical group trauma on current intergroup conflicts
N Schori-Eyal, Y Klar, S Roccas, A McNeill
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (4), 538-554, 2017
Conflict termination: An epistemological analysis of international cases
D Bar-Tal, AW Kruglanski, Y Klar
Political Psychology, 233-255, 1989
A view from a bridge: Synthesizing the consistency and attribution paradigms from a lay epistemic perspective
AW Kruglanski, Y Klar
European Journal of Social Psychology 17 (2), 211-241, 1987
When standards are wide of the mark: Nonselective superiority and inferiority biases in comparative judgments of objects and concepts.
EE Giladi, Y Klar
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 131 (4), 538, 2002
Hypothesis testing in Wason's selection task: Social exchange cheating detection or task understanding
N Liberman, Y Klar
Cognition 58 (1), 127-156, 1996
Way beyond compare: Nonselective superiority and inferiority biases in judging randomly assigned group members relative to their peers
Y Klar
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 38 (4), 331-351, 2002
Exonerating cognitions, group identification, and personal values as predictors of collective guilt among Jewish-Israelis
S Roccas, Y Klar, I Liviatan
Collective guilt: International perspectives, 130-147, 2004
Conflict as a cognitive schema: Toward a social cognitive analysis of conflict and conflict termination
Y Klar, D Bar-Tal, AW Kruglanski
The social psychology of intergroup conflict: Theory, research and …, 1988
‘If I don't get blown up...’: realism in face of terrorism in an Israeli nationwide sample
Y Klar, D Zakay, K Sharvit
Risk, Decision and Policy 7 (2), 203-219, 2002
Linking structures and sensitivity to judgment-relevant information in statistical and logical reasoning tasks.
Y Klar
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 59 (5), 841, 1990
For the sake of the eternal group: Perceiving the group as trans-generational and endurance of ingroup suffering
DT Kahn, Y Klar, S Roccas
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (2), 272-283, 2017
From socially motivated lay historians to lay censors: Epistemic conformity and defensive group identification
Y Klar, M Bilewicz
Memory Studies 10 (3), 334-346, 2017
Perpetual ingroup victimhood as a distorted lens: Effects on attribution and categorization
N Schori‐Eyal, Y Klar, Y Ben‐Ami
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (2), 180-194, 2017
Knowing what to do: On the epistemology of actions
AW Kruglanski, Y Klar
Action control: From cognition to behavior, 41-60, 1985
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