Moty Amar
Moty Amar
Senior Lecturer of Marketing, Business School, Ono Academic College
Verified email at ono.ac.il
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Winning the battle but losing the war: The psychology of debt management
M Amar, D Ariely, S Ayal, CE Cryder, SI Rick
Journal of Marketing Research 48 (SPL), S38-S50, 2011
1952011
Predicting World Cup results: Do goals seem more likely when they pay off?
M Bar-Hillel, DV Budescu, M Amar
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15 (2), 278-283, 2008
502008
Pain and preferences: Observed decisional conflict and the convergence of preferences
RY Schrift, M Amar
Journal of Consumer Research 42 (4), 515-534, 2015
282015
Fresh from the tree: Implied motion improves food evaluation
Y Gvili, A Tal, M Amar, Y Hallak, B Wansink, M Giblin, C Bommelaer
Food Quality and Preference 46, 160-165, 2015
232015
Moving up in taste: Enhanced projected taste and freshness of moving food products
Y Gvili, A Tal, M Amar, B Wansink
Psychology & Marketing 34 (7), 671-683, 2017
192017
How counterfeits infect genuine products: The role of moral disgust
M Amar, D Ariely, Z Carmon, H Yang
Journal of Consumer Psychology 28 (2), 329-343, 2018
162018
Brand names act like marketing placebos
M Amar, D Ariely, M Bar-Hillel, Z Carmon, C Ofir
The Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality, the Hebrew University …, 2011
152011
(2011)“Winning the Battle but Losing the War: The Psychology of Debt Management”, Journal of Marketing Research, Vol. XLVIII
M Amar, D Ariely, S Ayal, C Cryder, S Rick
122011
Wishful thinking in predicting World Cup results: Still elusive
M Bar-Hillel, DV Budescu, M Amar
Rationality and Social Responsibility: Essays in honor of Robyn Mason Dawes …, 2008
102008
Can political cookies leave a bad taste in one’s mouth? Political ideology influences taste
A Tal, Y Gvili, M Amar, B Wansink
European Journal of Marketing, 2017
82017
Intelligence and the repayment of high-and low-consequences debt
Y Ganzach, M Amar
Personality and Individual Differences 110, 102-108, 2017
62017
Can high quality listening predict lower speakers' prejudiced attitudes?
G Itzchakov, N Weinstein, N Legate, M Amar
Journal of experimental social psychology 91, 104022, 2020
22020
Don't let the facts ruin a good story: The effect of vivid reviews on attitude ambivalence and its coping mechanisms
G Itzchakov, M Amar, F Van Harreveld
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 88, 103938, 2020
22020
The effect of gender differences on the emergence of the disposition effect
O Be’eri, H Kedar-Levy, M Amar
Behavioral Finance, 429-452, 2019
22019
Gender and personal finance management
Z Rusou, M Amar, S Ayal
Behavioral Finance: WHERE DO INVESTORS'BIASES COME FROM?, 193-215, 2017
22017
Behavioral Finance: Where Do Investors' Biases Come From?
I Venezia
World Scientific, 2016
22016
Fear of hospital-acquired infections: the combined impact of patient’s hygiene sensitivity and perceived staff preventive behavior
B Bulmash, O Ben-Assuli, M Amar
Journal of Community Health 45 (6), 1211-1219, 2020
12020
Country-of-origin can modify actual product performance
M Amar, D Ariely, Z Carmon, M Bar-Hillel, C Ofir
ACR European Advances, 2013
12013
Infectious counterfeiting: labeling products as fakes can contaminate perceived & actual efficacy
M Amar, Z Carmon, D Ariely
ACR North American Advances, 2012
12012
Reputable Brand Names Can Improve Product Efficacy
M Amar, D Ariely, M Bar-Hillel
ACR North American Advances, 2011
12011
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