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Addeth knowledge addeth pain (Koh. 1:18)


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In press

Kaspi, L., Hu, D., Vishkin, A., Chentsova-Dutton, Y., Miyamoto, Y., Cieciuch, J., Cohen, A., Uchida, Y., Kim, M., Wang, X., Qiu, J., Riediger, M., Rauers, A., Hanoch, Y., & Tamir, M. (in press). Motivated to feel better and doing something about it: Cross-cultural differences in motivated emotion regulation during COVID-19. Emotion.

Vishkin, A., & Kitayama, S. (in press). Emotion concordance is higher among immigrants from more individualist cultures: Implications for cultural differences in adherence to emotion norms. Emotion.

Shackleford, C., Pasek, M. H., Vishkin, A., & Ginges, J. (in press). Palestinians and Israelis believe the other’s God encourages intergroup benevolence: A case of positive intergroup meta-perceptions. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. [PDF]


Vishkin, A. (2024). Taking stock of the evidence for the gender-equality paradox in gendered names: A reply to Berggren (2023) with new data. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 15(2), 245-249[PDF]


Vishkin, A. (2023). The gender-equality paradox in chess participation is partially explained by the generational-shift account but fully inconsistent with existing alternative accounts: A partial concession and reply to Napp and Breda (2023). Psychological Science, 34, 1411-1415. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., & Tamir, M. (2023). Emotion norms are unique. Affective Science, 4, 453-457. [PDF]

Hoogeveen, S., Sarafoglou, S., Aczel, B., Aditya, Y., Alayan, A. J., … Vishkin, A., … Wagenmakers, E. (2023). A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being. Religion, Brain & Behavior, 13(3), 237-283. [PDF]

Pasek, M. H., Kelly, J. M., Shackleford, C., White, C. J. M., Vishkin, A., Smith, J. M., Norenzayan, A., Shariff, A., & Ginges, J. (2023). Thinking about god encourages prosociality towards religious outgroups: A cross-cultural investigation. Psychological Science, 34(6), 657-669. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Kitayama, S., Berg, M. K., Diener, E., Gross-Manos, D., Ben-Arieh, A., & Tamir, M. (2023). Adherence to emotion norms is greater in individualist cultures than in collectivist cultures. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 124(6), 1256-1276. [PDF]


Vishkin A., & Ben-Nun Bloom, P. (2022). The influence of religion on the acceptance and integration of immigrants: A multi-dimensional perspective. Current Opinion in Psychology, 47, 101421. [PDF]

Smith, J. M., Pasek, M. H., Vishkin, A., Johnson, K. A., Shackleford, C., & Ginges, J. (2022). Thinking about God discourages dehumanization of religious outgroups. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 151(10), 2586-2603. [PDF]

Vishkin A., Ben-Nun Bloom, P. Arikan, G., & Ginges, J. (2022). A motivational framework of religion: Tying together the why and the how of religion. European Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 420-434. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., & Ginges, J. (2022). Rights and responsibilities are alternative frames that differentially affect judgment. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13(5), 938-945[PDF]

Vishkin, A. (2022). Queen’s gambit declined: The gender-equality paradox in chess participation across 160 countries. Psychological Science, 33(2), 276-284. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Slepian, M. L., & Galinsky, A. D. (2022). The gender-equality paradox and optimal distinctiveness: More gender-equal societies have more gendered names. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 12(2), 490-499. [PDF]


Vishkin, A., Horenczyk, G., & Ben-Nun Bloom, P. (2021). A motivational framework of acculturation. Brain & Behavior, 11(8), e2267. [PDF]

Ben-Nun Bloom, P., Arikan, G., & Vishkin, A. (2021). Religion and democratic commitment: A unifying motivational framework. Advances in Political Psychology, 41(1), 75-108. [PDF]

Vishkin, A. (2021). Variation and consistency in the links between religion and emotion regulation. Current Opinion in Psychology, 40, 6-9. [PDF]


Vishkin, A., Schwartz, S. H., Ben-Nun Bloom, P., Solak, N., & Tamir, M. (2020). Religiosity and desired emotions: Belief maintenance or prosocial facilitation? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 46(7), 1090-1106. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., & Tamir, M. (2020). Fear not: Religion and emotion regulation in coping with existential concerns. In K. E. Vail III & C. Routledge (eds.), The Science of Religion, Spirituality, and Existentialism (pp. 325-338). Oxford, UK: Elsevier. [PDF]

Tamir, M., Vishkin, A., & Gutentag, T. (2020). Emotion regulation is motivated. Emotion, 20(1), 115-119. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Hasson, Y., Millgram, Y., & Tamir, M. (2020). One size does not fit all: Tailoring cognitive reappraisal to different emotions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 46(3), 469-484. [PDF]

Pasek, M. H., Shackleford, C., Smith, J., Vishkin, A., Lehner, A., & Ginges, J. (2020). God cares about my outgroup more than I do: Evidence from Fiji and Israel. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11(7), 1032-1041. [PDF]


Vishkin, A., Ben-Nun Bloom, P., Schwartz, S. H., Solak, N., & Tamir, M. (2019). Religiosity and emotion regulation. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 50(9), 1050-1074. [PDF]

Ben-Nun Bloom, P., Vishkin, A., Ben-Nun, P., Korenman, M., & Tamir, M. (2019). Religion and anti-immigration sentiments in context: Field studies in Jerusalem. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 29(2), 77-93. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Ben-Nun Bloom, P., & Tamir, M. (2019). Always look on the bright side of life: Emotion regulation, religiosity, and well-being. Journal of Happiness Studies, 20(2), 427-447. [PDF]

Prior to 2019

Vishkin, A., Bigman, Y., Porat, R., Solak, N., Halperin, E., & Tamir, M (2016). God rest our hearts: Religiosity and cognitive reappraisal. Emotion, 16(2), 252-262. [PDF]

Tamir, M. Schwartz, S. H., Cieciuch, J., Riediger, M., Torres, C., Scollon, C., Dzokoto, V., Zhou, X., & Vishkin, A. (2016). Desired emotions across cultures: A value-based account. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 111(1), 67-82. [PDF]

Vishkin, A., Bigman, Y., & Tamir, M. (2014). Religion, emotion regulation, and well-being. In C. Kim-Prieto (Ed.), Positive Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Across Cultures (pp. 247-269).  New York, NY: Springer. [PDF]

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