yoel inbar

Publications

van Leeuwen, F., Inbar, Y., Petersen, M. B., Aarøe, L., Barclay, P., Barlow, F. K., de Barra, M., Becker, D. V., Borovoi, L., Choi, J., Consedine, N. S., Conway, J. R., Conway, P., Adoric, V. C., Demirci, E., Fernández, A. M., Ferreira, D. C. S., Ishii, K., Jakšić, I., … Tybur, J. M. (in press). Disgust sensitivity relates to attitudes toward gay men and lesbian women across 31 nations. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.

Wang, S.-Y. N., & Inbar, Y. (in press). Re-examining the spread of moralized rhetoric from political elites: Effects of valence and ideology. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Costa, E., Inbar, Y., & Tannenbaum, D. (2022). Do registered reports make scientific findings more believable to the public? Collabra: Psychology, 8, 32607.

Inbar, Y., & Pizarro, D. A. (2022). How disgust affects social judgments. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 65, 109–166.

Inbar, Y., & Evers, E. R. K. (2021). Worse is bad: Divergent inferences from logically equivalent comparisons. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.10.1037/xge0000804. Advance online publication.

Ruisch, B. C., Anderson, R. A., Inbar, Y., & Pizarro, D. A. (2021). A matter of taste: Gustatory sensitivity predicts political ideology. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 121, 394–409.

Wang, S.-Y. N., & Inbar, Y. (2021). Moral-language use by U.S. political elites. Psychological Science, 32, 14-26.

Inbar, Y. (2020). Unjustified generalization: An overlooked consequence of ideological bias. Psychological Inquiry, 31, 90-93.

Inbar, Y., Phelps, J., & Rozin, P. (2020). Recency negativity: Newer food crops are evaluated less favorably. Appetite, 154, 104754.

Kupfer, R. K., Inbar, Y., & Tybur, J. M. (2020). Reexamining the role of intent in moral judgements of purity violations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 91, 104043.

Feinberg, M., Kovacheff, C., Teper, R., & Inbar, Y. (2019). Understanding the process of moralization: How eating meat becomes a moral issue. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 117, 50-72.

Fernbach, P. M., Light, N., Scott, S.E., Inbar, Y., & Rozin, P. (2019). Extreme opponents of genetically modified foods know the least but think they know the most. Nature Human Behaviour, 3, 251-256.

Eitan, O., Viganola, D., Inbar, Y., Dreber, A., Johannesson, M., Pfeiffer, T., Thau, S., & Uhlmann, E. L. (2018). Is research in social psychology politically biased? Systematic empirical tests and a forecasting survey to address the controversy. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 79, 188-199.

Kovacheff C., Schwartz, S., Inbar, Y., & Feinberg, M. (2018). The problem with morality: Impeding progress and increasing divides. Social Issues and Policy Review, 12, 218-257.

Lelieveld, G. J., Inbar, Y., & van Dijk, E. (2018). Explaining reluctance to benefit from others’ misfortune. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 31, 662-672.

Scott, S. E., Inbar, Y., Wirz, C. D., Brossard, D., & Rozin, P. (2018). An overview of attitudes toward genetically engineered food. Annual Review of Nutrition, 38, 459-479.

Crawford, J. T., Brandt, M. J., Inbar, Y., Chambers, J. R., & Motyl, M. (2017). Social and economic ideologies differentially predict prejudice across the political spectrum, but social issues are most divisive. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 112, 383-412.

Evers, E. R. K., Inbar, Y., Blanken, I., & Oosterwijk, L. D. (2017). When do people prefer carrots to sticks? A robust "matching effect" in policy evaluation. Management Science, 63, 4261-4276.

Crawford, J. T., Brandt, M. J., Inbar, Y., & Mallinas, S. R. (2016). Right-Wing Authoritarianism predicts prejudice equally toward "gay men and lesbians" and "homosexuals." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 111, e31-e45.

Inbar, Y. (2016). Association between contextual dependence and replicability in psychology may be spurious. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1608676113

Inbar, Y., & Pizarro, D. A. (2016). Pathogens and politics: Current research and new questions. Personality and Social Psychology Compass, 10, 365-374.

Inbar, Y., Westgate, E. C., Pizarro D. A., & Nosek, B. A. (2016). Can a naturally occurring pathogen threat change social attitudes? Evaluations of gay men and lesbians during the 2014 Ebola epidemic. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7, 420-427.

Scott, S. E., Inbar, Y., & Rozin, P. (2016). Evidence for absolute moral opposition to genetically modified food in the United States. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 11, 315-324. [Supplementary Material] [A critical commentary] [Our response]

Tybur, J. M., Inbar, Y., et al. (2016). Parasite stress and pathogen avoidance relate to distinct dimensions of political ideology across 30 nations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113, 12408-12413.

Brenner, C. J., & Inbar, Y. (2015). Disgust sensitivity predicts political ideology and policy attitudes in the Netherlands. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 27-38.

Colombo, M., Bucher, L., & Inbar, Y. (2015). Explanatory Judgment, moral offense and value-free science. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-21.

Inbar, Y., & Lammers, J. (2015). Increasing ideological tolerance in social psychology [Peer commentary on "Political diversity will improve social psychological science" by J. L. Duarte et al.], Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 38, 29-30.

Tybur, J.M., Inbar, Y., Molho, C., & Güler, E. (2015). Is the relationship between pathogen avoidance and ideological conservatism explained by sexual strategies? Evolution and Human Behavior, 36, 489-497.

Tybur, J.M., Inbar, Y., Güler, E., & Molho, C. (2015). Pathogen disgust requires no defense: a response to Shook, Terrizzi, Clay, & Oosterhoff (2015). [Commentary on "In defense of pathogen disgust and disease avoidance: a response to Tybur et al. (2015)" by N. J. Shook et al.]. Evolution and Human Behavior, 36, 502-504.

Crawford, J., Inbar, Y., & Maloney, V. (2014). Disgust sensitivity selectively predicts attitudes toward groups that threaten (or uphold) traditional sexual morality. Personality and Individual Differences, 70, 218-223.

Evers, E. R. K., Inbar, Y., & Zeelenberg, M. (2014). Set-fit effects in choice. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143, 504-509.

Inbar, Y., & Pizarro, D. A. (2014). Disgust, politics, and responses to threat [Peer commentary on "Differences in negativity bias underlie variations in political ideology" by J. R. Hibbing, K. B. Smith, & J. R. Alford]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, 315-316.

Inbar, Y., & Pizarro, D. A. (2014). Pollution and purity in moral and political judgment. In J. Wright and H. Sarkissian (Eds.), Advances in Experimental Moral Psychology: Affect, Character, and Commitments (pp. 111-129). Continuum Press.

Avramova, Y. R., & Inbar, Y. (2013). Emotion and moral judgment. WIREs Cognitive Science, 4, 169-178.

Critcher, C. R., Inbar, Y., & Pizarro, D. A. (2013). How quick decisions illuminate moral character. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4, 308-315

Inbar, Y., Pizarro, D. A., Gilovich, T., & Ariely, D. (2013). Moral masochism: On the connection between guilt and self-punishment. Emotion, 13, 14-18.

Van Wolferen, J., Inbar, Y., & Zeelenberg, M. (2013). Magical thinking in predictions of negative events: Evidence for tempting fate but not for a protection effect. Judgment and Decision Making, 8, 44-53.

Inbar, Y., & Lammers, J. (2012). Political diversity in social and personality psychology. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 496-503.

Inbar, Y., Pizarro, D. A., & Bloom, P. (2012). Disgusting smells cause decreased liking of gay men. Emotion, 12, 23-27.

Inbar, Y., Pizarro, D. A., & Cushman, F. (2012). Benefiting from misfortune: when harmless actions are judged to be morally blameworthy. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 52-62.

Inbar, Y., Pizarro, D. A., Iyer, R., & Haidt, J. (2012). Disgust sensitivity, political conservatism, and voting. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 537-544.

Carnevale, J. J., Inbar, Y., & Lerner, J. S. (2011). Individual differences in need for cognition and decision-making competence among leaders. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 274-278.

Inbar, Y., Botti, S., & Hanko, K. (2011). Decision speed and choice regret: When haste feels like waste. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 533-540.

Inbar, Y., & Gilovich, T. (2011). Angry, but adjusting? The effect of specific emotions on adjustment from self-generated anchors. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6, 563-569.

Pizarro, D. A., Inbar, Y., & Helion, C. (2011). On disgust and moral judgment. Emotion Review, 3, 267-268.

Inbar, Y., Cone, J., & Gilovich, T. (2010). People’s intuitions about intuitive insight and intuitive choice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 99, 232-247.

Inbar, Y., Pizarro, D. A., & Bloom, P. (2009). Conservatives are more easily disgusted than liberals. Cognition & Emotion, 23, 714-725.

Inbar, Y., Pizarro, D. A., Knobe, J., & Bloom, P. (2009). Disgust sensitivity predicts intuitive disapproval of gays. Emotion, 9, 435-439.