(* = equal contribution by authors; = mentee author)

  • Hebel-Sela, S., Aldar, L., Orian Harel, T., Hameiri, B., Pliskin, R., & Halperin, E. (accepted). Gone too far? The unexpected moderating effect of political radicalization. Stage 1 registered report. Political Psychology.
  • Hameiri, B., Moore-Berg, S. L., Guillard, C., Falk, E., & Bruneau, E. (in press). Perceived victimhood shapes support for inter-partisan political violence in the United States. Psychology of Violence.
  • Maaravi, Y., Hameiri, B., Gur, T., Heller, B., Confino, D., Amdor, H., & Levi, Y. (2023). Using leading questions to reduce resistance to innovation. Journal of Creativity, 33, 100067.
  • Gallardo, R. A., Moore-Berg, S. L., & Hameiri, B. (in press). Exploring different psychological processes in a media intervention that reduces dehumanization toward Muslims. Political Psychology.
  • Shuman, E., Hebel-Sela, S., Zipris, I., Hasson, Y., Hameiri, B., & Halperin, E. (2023). Advancing support for intergroup equality via a self-affirmation campaign. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 26(8), 1888-1908.
  • Littman, R., Bilali, R., & Hameiri, B. (2023). Promoting peace through mass media interventions. In E. Halperin, B. Hameiri, & R. Littman (Eds.), Psychological intergroup interventions: Evidence-based approaches to improve intergroup relations (pp. 165-177). Routledge.
  • Hebel-Sela, S., Knab, N., & Hameiri, B. (2023). Paradoxical thinking interventions in intergroup conflicts: A promising method to affect cognitions and behavior among people with strongly held attitudes. In E. Halperin, B. Hameiri, & R. Littman (Eds.), Psychological intergroup interventions: Evidence-based approaches to improve intergroup relations (pp. 114-125). Routledge.
  • Halperin, E., Hameiri, B., & Littman, R. (Eds.) (2023). Psychological intergroup interventions: Evidence-based approaches to improve intergroup relations. Routledge.
  • Hebel-Sela, S., Stefaniak, A., Vandermeulen, D., Adler, E., Hameiri, B., & Halperin, E. (2023). Are societies in conflict more susceptible to believe in conspiracy theories? A 66 nation study. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 29, 286-293.
  • Rosler, N., Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., & Or, M. S. (2023). Perceiving change on the rival side of the conflict: A pathway to peace-building. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 96, 101861.
  • Moore-Berg, S. L., Hameiri, B., Falk, E., & Bruneau, E. (2023). Reducing Islamophobia: An assessment of psychological mechanisms that underlie successful anti-Islamophobia videos. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 26, 555-578.
  • Hameiri, B., Gabay, R., Rubel-Lifschitz, T., & Nadler, A. (2023). Victimhood acknowledgment as a vehicle to promote intergroup conciliatory attitudes in the context of intergroup conflict. In F. Ferrari, M. Leiner, Z. M. Barakat, M. Sternberg, & B. Hameiri (Eds.), Encountering the suffering of the other: Reconciliation studies amid the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (pp. 139-150). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Rubel-Lifschitz, T., Gabay, R., Hameiri, B., & Nadler, A. (2023). The victim-oriented leader: Tendency for interpersonal victimhood among powerholders. In F. Ferrari, Z. M. Barakat, M. Sternberg, & B. Hameiri (Eds.), Encountering the suffering of the other: Reconciliation studies amid the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (pp. 127-138). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Gabay, R., Hameiri, B., Rubel-Lifschitz, T., & Nadler, A. (2023). The tendency for interpersonal victimhood: Conceptualization, cognitive and behavioral consequences, and antecedents. In F. Ferrari, M. Leiner, Z. M. Barakat, M. Sternberg, & B. Hameiri (Eds.), Encountering the suffering of the other: Reconciliation studies amid the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (pp. 115-126). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Ferrari, F., Leiner, M., Barakat, Z. M., Sternberg, M., & Hameiri, B. (Eds.) (2023). Encountering the suffering of the other: Reconciliation studies amid the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Hautala, A., Kluge, A., Hameiri, B., Zebarjadi, N., & Levy, J. (2022). Examining implicit neural bias against vaccine hesitancy. Social Neuroscience, 17, 532-543.
  • Hameiri, B., & Moore-Berg, S. L. (2022). Intervention tournaments: An overview of concept, design, and implementation. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 17, 1525-1540.
  • Hebel-Sela, S., Hameiri, B., & Halperin, E. (2022). The vicious cycle of violent intergroup conflicts and conspiracy theories. Current Opinion in Psychology, 47, 101422.
  • Rosler, N., Sharvit, K., Hameiri, B., Weiner-Blotner, O., Idan, O., & Bar-Tal, D. (2022). The informative process model as a new intervention for attitude change in intractable conflicts. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 946410.
  • Gallardo, R. A., Hameiri, B., Moore-Berg, S. L., & Bruneau, E. G. (2022). The collective praise intervention: A brief intervention highlighting prosocial behavior reduces hostility towards Muslims. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 25, 1696-1717.
  • Casas, A., & Hameiri, B. (2022). Giving peace a chance: Lessons from translational research in Colombia. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 28, 284-291.
  • Moore-Berg, S. L., Bernstein, K.*, Gallardo, R.*, Hameiri, B.*, Littman, R.*, O’Neil, S.*, & Pasek, M. H.* (2022). Translating science for peace: Benefits, challenges, and recommendations. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 28, 274-283.
  • Moore-Berg, S. L., Hameiri, B., & Taylor, L. K. (2022). Putting science to work for peace: A special issue in honor of Emile Bruneau. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 28, 269-273.
  • Bruneau, E.*, Casas, A.*, Hameiri, B.*, & K., N.* (2022). Exposure to a media intervention helps promote support for peace in Colombia. Nature Human Behaviour, 6, 847-857.
  • Moore-Berg, S. L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E. (2022). Empathy, dehumanization, and misperceptions: A media intervention humanizes migrants and increases empathy for their plight, but only if misinformation about migrants is also corrected. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13, 645-655.
  • Maaravi, Y., Hameiri, B., & Gur, T. (2022). Perceptions of victimhood and entrepreneurial tendencies. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 797787.
  • Bar-Tal, D., Trew, K., Hameiri, B., Stevenson, C., & Nahhas, E. (2021). Ethos of conflict as the prism to evaluate the Northern Irish and the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts by the involved societies: A comparative analysis. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 27 415-425.
  • Rosler, N., Hameiri, B., & Bar-Tal, D., Christophe, D., & Azaria-Tamir, S. (2021). Current and future costs of intractable conflicts – can they create attitude change? Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 681883.
  • Bruneau, E.*, Hameiri, B.*, Moore-Berg, S. L., & K., N. (2021). Intergroup contact reduces dehumanization and meta-dehumanization: Cross-sectional, longitudinal and quasi-experimental evidence from 16 samples in 5 countries. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 47, 906-920.
  • Bar-Tal, D.*, Hameiri, B.*, & Halperin, E. (2021). Paradoxical thinking as a paradigm of attitude change in the context of intractable conflict. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 63, 129-187.
  • Gabay, R., Hameiri, B., Rubel-Lifschitz, T., & Nadler, A. (2021). Matters arising. Personality and Individuals Differences, 171, 110547.
  • Hameiri, B. (2021). Paradoxical thinking as a paradigm of attitude change: Comparison to satire and the role of humor (or lack thereof). In M. Strick & T. E. Ford (Eds.), The social psychology of humor (pp. 39-54). Routledge.
  • Maaravi, Y., Hameiri, B., & Gur, T. (2020). Fighting Coronavirus one personality at a time: Need for structure, trait victimhood and adherence to COVID-19 health guidelines. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 576450.
  • Bar-Tal, D.*, & Hameiri, B.* (2020). Interventions for changing well-anchored attitudes in the context of intergroup conflict. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 14, e12534.
  • Moore-Berg, S. L., Ankori-Karlinsky, L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E. (2020). Exaggerated meta-perceptions predict intergroup hostility between American political partisans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117, 14864-14872.
  • Moore-Berg, S. L., Hameiri, B., & Bruneau, E. (2020). The prime psychological suspects of toxic political polarization. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 34, 199-204.
  • Gabay, R.*, Hameiri, B.*, Rubel-Lifschitz, T., & Nadler, A. (2020). The tendency for interpersonal victimhood: The personality construct and its consequences. Personality and Individual Differences, 165, 110134.
  • Hameiri, B., Idan, O., Nabet, E., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2020). The paradoxical thinking ‘sweet spot’: The role of recipients’ latitude of rejection in the effectiveness of paradoxical thinking messages targeting anti-refugee attitudes in Israel. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 8, 266-283.
  • Weiss-Klayman, N., Hameiri, B., & Halperin, E. (2020). Group-based guilt and shame in the context of intergroup conflict: The role of beliefs and meta beliefs about group malleability. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 50, 213-227.
  • Twali, M. S., Hameiri, B., Vollhardt, J. R, & Nadler, A. (2020). Experiencing acknowledgment versus denial of the ingroup’s collective victimization. In J. R. Vollhardt (Ed.), The social psychology of collective victimhood (pp. 297-318). Oxford University Press.
  • Gabay, R., Hameiri, B., Rubel-Lifschitz, T., & Nadler, A. (2020). The tendency to feel victimized in interpersonal and intergroup relationships. In J. R. Vollhardt (Ed.), The social psychology of collective victimhood (pp. 361-378). Oxford University Press.
  • Hameiri, B. (2020). Paradoxical thinking as a paradigm of attitude change in the context of intractable conflict. In A. Jamal (Ed.), The politics of inclusion and exclusion in Israeli-Palestinian relations (pp. 165-193). The Walter Lebach Institute for Jewish-Arab Coexistence through Education, Tel Aviv University (in Hebrew).
  • Maaravi, Y., & Hameiri, B. (2019). Deep pockets and poor results: The effect of wealth cues on first offers in negotiation. Group Decision and Negotiation, 28, 43-62.
  • Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2019). Paradoxical thinking interventions: A paradigm for societal change. Social Issues and Policy Review, 13, 36-62.
  • Sharvit, K., Bar-Tal, D., Hameiri, B., Zafran, A., Shahar, E., & Raviv, A. (2018). Self-censorship orientation: Scale development, correlates and outcomes. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 6, 331-363.
  • Idan, O., Halperin, E., Hameiri, B., & Reifen Tagar, M. (2018). A rose by any other name? Subtle linguistic cue impacts anger and corresponding policy support in intractable conflict. Psychological Science, 29, 972-983.
  • Shahar, E.*, Hameiri, B.*, Bar-Tal, D., & Raviv, A. (2018). Self-censorship of conflict related information in the context of intractable conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62, 957-982.
  • Hameiri, B., Nabet, E., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2018). Paradoxical thinking as a conflict resolution intervention: Comparison to alternative interventions and examination of psychological mechanisms. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44, 122-139.
  • Hameiri, B., & Nadler, A. (2017). Looking backward to move forward: Effects of acknowledgment of victimhood on readiness to compromise for peace in the protracted Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43, 555-569.
  • Ben David, Y., Hameiri, B., Benheim, S., Leshem, B., Sarid, A., Sternberg, M., Nadler, A., & Sagy, S. (2017). Exploring ourselves within inter-group conflict: The role of intra-group dialogue in promoting acceptance of collective narratives and willingness towards reconciliation. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 23, 269-277.
  • Hameiri, B., Sharvit, K., Bar-Tal, D., Shahar, E., & Halperin, E. (2017). Support for self-censorship among Israelis as a socio-psychological barrier to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Political Psychology, 38, 795-813.
  • Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D. & Halperin, E. (2017). Self-censorship as a socio-psychological barrier to peacemaking. In D. Bar-Tal, R. Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit (Eds.), Self-censorship in contexts of conflict: Theory and research (pp. 61-78). Springer.
  • Hameiri, B. (2017). Intractable conflicts. In P. Joseph (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of war: Social science perspectives. Sage.
  • Hameiri, B., Porat, R., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2016). Moderating attitudes in times of violence through paradoxical thinking intervention. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113, 12105-12110.
  • Hameiri, B., & Halperin, E. (2015). Socio-psychological barriers to peacemaking and overcoming them: A review of psychological interventions. In E. Halperin & K. Sharvit (Eds.), The social psychology of intractable conflict: Celebrating the legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal (Vol. 1, pp. 173-187). Springer.
  • Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2014). Challenges for peacemakers: How to overcome socio-psychological barriers. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 164-171.
  • Hameiri, B., Porat, R., Bar-Tal, D., Bieler, A., & Halperin, E. (2014). Paradoxical thinking as a new avenue of intervention to promote peace. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111, 10996-11001.
  • Liberman, N., Polack, O., Hameiri, B., & Blumenfeld, M. (2012). Priming of spatial distance enhances children's creative performance. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 111, 663-670.