Tom Gordon Hecker
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Justifications shape ethical blind spots
A Pittarello, M Leib, T Gordon-Hecker, S Shalvi
Psychological science 26 (6), 794-804, 2015
Not taking responsibility: Equity trumps efficiency in allocation decisions.
T Gordon-Hecker, D Rosensaft-Eshel, A Pittarello, S Shalvi, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (6), 771, 2017
Resource allocation decisions: When do we sacrifice efficiency in the name of equity?
T Gordon-Hecker, S Choshen-Hillel, S Shalvi, Y Bereby-Meyer
Interdisciplinary perspectives on fairness, equity, and justice, 93-105, 2017
Loss framing increases self-serving mistakes (but does not alter attention)
M Leib, A Pittarello, T Gordon-Hecker, S Shalvi, M Roskes
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 85, 103880, 2019
Buy-one-get-one-free deals attract more attention than percentage deals
T Gordon-Hecker, A Pittarello, S Shalvi, M Roskes
Journal of Business Research 111, 128-134, 2020
Leaving with something: When do people experience an equity–efficiency conflict?
T Gordon-Hecker, IK Schneider, S Shalvi, Y Bereby-Meyer
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 34 (2), 213-227, 2021
One for me, two for you: Agency increases children's satisfaction with disadvantageous inequity
T Gordon-Hecker, A Shaw, S Choshen-Hillel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 100, 104286, 2022
Thinking, good and bad? Deliberative thinking and the singularity effect in charitable giving
H Moche, T Gordon-Hecker, T Kogut, D Västfjäll
Judgment and decision making 17 (1), 14-30, 2022
When Less is Better than More: Preferring Equity Over Efficiency in Allocation Decisions
T Gordon-Hecker
Inequality, Trust and Ethics Conference: London, 2015
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