Emir Efendic
Emir Efendic
E-mailová adresa ověřena na: maastrichtuniversity.nl
Cross-cultural validation of the “International Affective Picture System”(IAPS) on a sample from Bosnia and Herzegovina
S Drace, E Efendić, M Kusturica, L Landžo
Psihologija 46 (1), 2013
On reproducibility and replicability: Arguing for open science practices and methodological improvements at the South African Journal of Industrial Psychology
E Efendic, LE van Zyl
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 45 (1), 1-10, 2019
Slow response times undermine trust in algorithmic (but not human) predictions
E Efendić, PPFM Van de Calseyde, AM Evans
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 157, 103-114, 2020
Best practice guidelines for positive psychological intervention experimental designs
LE Van Zyl, E Efendic, R Sebastiaan Sr, R Shankland
Theoretical Approaches to Multi-Cultural Positive Psychological Interventions, 2018
The effect of negative mood intensity on autobiographical recall: Evidence for the underlying role of affect in mood congruence effect
S Drače, E Efendić, N Marić
Review of psychology 22 (1-2), 3-10, 2015
The Relation among Intrinsic Religiosity, Religious Fundamentalism, and Attitudes Towards Out-Groups in Muslims from Bosnia and Herzegovina
S Drače, E Efendić, N Hadžiahmetović
Primenjena psihologija 8 (4), 379-394, 2016
What leads people to tolerate negative interest rates on their savings?
O Corneille, C D'Hondt, R De Winne, E Efendic, A Todorovic
Available at SSRN 3522966, 2020
The influence of affect on suboptimal strategy choice in the Monty Hall dilemma
E Efendic, S Drace
Psihologija 48 (2), 135-147, 2015
The combination of multiple affective experiences and their impact on valuation judgments
E Efendić, S Drače, F Ric
Cognition and Emotion 34 (4), 684-699, 2020
Sacrificing oneself or another: The difference between prescriptive and normative judgments in moral evaluation
Š Bahník, E Efendic, MA Vranka
Psychological Reports, 0033294119896061, 2020
Negative interest rates may be more psychologically acceptable than assumed: Implications for savings
E Efendic, C D'Hondt, R De Winne, O Corneille
Available at SSRN 3494988, 2019
A minority deliberately cheats for one’s own and other’s benefit: An investigation of dicehonesty using mouse tracking
E Efendic, F Bartoš, M Vranka, Š Bahník
PsyArXiv, 2019
The impact of multiple affective reactions on decision making: Combination of affect and the mediating mechanisms of affective influence
E Efendic
How risk-seeking are people when facing a sure loss? Financial decision-making as a convenient conceptual framework
E Efendic, O Corneille, C D'Hondt, R De Winne
PsyArXiv, 2020
Taking a disagreeing perspective improves the accuracy of people’s quantitative estimates
P Van de Calseyde, E Efendic
PsyArXiv. November 15, 2019
Harnessing disagreement: a strategy for improving the wisdom of inner crowds
P van de Calseyde, E Efendic
PsyArXiv, 2019
How Emotions Enter into Decision Making: A Novel Categorization of Types of Emotions
E Efendic
OSF Preprints, 2017
Risky therefore not beneficial: Replication and extension of Finucane et al.(2000)'s Affect Heuristic experiment
E Efendić, SP Chandrashekar, CS Lee, LY Yeung, MJ Kim, CY Lee, ...
Dicehonesty: Cheating Equally for One’s Own and Other’s Benefit
E Efendic, F Bartoš, MA Vranka, Š Bahník
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