Nadav Klein
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Prosocial behavior increases perceptions of meaning in life
N Klein
The Journal of Positive Psychology 12 (4), 354-361, 2017
The topography of generosity: Asymmetric evaluations of prosocial actions.
N Klein, N Epley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (6), 2366-2379, 2014
Incentives can reduce bias in online employer reviews.
I Marinescu, A Chamberlain, M Smart, N Klein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 27 (2), 393, 2021
Maybe holier, but definitely less evil, than you: Bounded self-righteousness in social judgment.
N Klein, N Epley
Journal of personality and social psychology 110 (5), 660-674, 2016
People use less information than they think to make up their minds
N Klein, E O’Brien
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (52), 13222-13227, 2018
The tipping point of moral change: When do good and bad acts make good and bad actors?
N Klein, E O'Brien
Social cognition 34 (2), 149-166, 2016
Group discussion improves lie detection
N Klein, N Epley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7460-7465, 2015
The Power and Limits of Personal Change: When a Bad Past Does (and Does Not) Inspire in the Present
N Klein, E O'Brien
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (2), 210-229, 2017
It pays to be nice, but not really nice: Asymmetric reputations from prosociality across 7 countries
N Klein, I Grossmann, AK Uskul, AA Kraus, N Epley
Judgment and Decision Making 10 (4), 355-364, 2015
The tipping point of perceived change: Asymmetric thresholds in diagnosing improvement versus decline
E O'Brien, N Klein
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 112 (2), 165-181, 2017
Less evil than you: Bounded self-righteousness in character inferences, emotional reactions, and behavioral extremes
N Klein, N Epley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (8), 1202-1212, 2017
18 Imagining Other Minds: Anthropomorphism Is Hair-Triggered but Not Hare-Brained
A Waytz, N Klein, N Epley
The Oxford handbook of the development of imagination, 272, 2013
Online Reviews Are Biased. Here’s How to Fix Them
M Klein, N., Marinescu, I., Chamberlain, A., Smart
Harvard Business Review, 2018
Better to overestimate than to underestimate others’ feelings: Asymmetric cost of errors in affective perspective-taking
N Klein
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 151, 1-15, 2019
Heroes perceive their own actions as less heroic than other people do
N Klein
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (8), 1072-1079, 2020
Don’t underestimate the power of kindness at work
O Sezer, K Nault, N Klein
Harvard Business Review 7, 2021
Insensitivity to gradations in warmth traits constrains beliefs about others’ potential for improvement
N Klein
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 37 (6), 348-361, 2015
Feeling good at the right time: Why people value predictability in goal attainment
N Klein, A Fishbach
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 21-30, 2014
Behavioral insights for minimizing loneliness during the covid-19 pandemic
K Nault, B Rogers, O Sezer, N Klein
Behavioral Science & Policy, 2020
Threshold violations in social judgment.
N Klein, E O'Brien
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2023
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