Sharon Arieli
Sharon Arieli
Jerusalem School of Business Administration, Hebrew University
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Structure and freedom in creativity: The interplay between externally imposed structure and personal cognitive style
L Sagiv, S Arieli, J Goldenberg, A Goldschmidt
Journal of Organizational Behavior 31 (8), 1086-1110, 2010
1272010
Personal values, national culture and organizations: Insights applying the Schwartz value framework
L Sagiv, SH Schwartz, S Arieli
The handbook of organizational culture and climate, 515-537, 2011
832011
Convincing yourself to care about others: An intervention for enhancing benevolence values
S Arieli, AM Grant, L Sagiv
Journal of Personality 82 (1), 15-24, 2014
762014
Values in business schools: The role of self-selection and socialization
S Arieli, L Sagiv, E Cohen-Shalem
Academy of Management Learning & Education 15 (3), 493-507, 2016
432016
Not all great minds think alike: Systematic and intuitive cognitive styles
L Sagiv, A Amit, D Ein‐Gar, S Arieli
Journal of Personality 82 (5), 402-417, 2014
342014
Values at work: The impact of personal values in organisations
S Arieli, L Sagiv, S Roccas
Applied Psychology 69 (2), 230-275, 2020
272020
Culture and problem-solving: Congruency between the cultural mindset of individualism versus collectivism and problem type.
S Arieli, L Sagiv
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (6), 789, 2018
192018
Values and behavior in a work environment: taking a multi-level perspective
S Arieli, O Tenne-Gazit
Values and behavior, 115-141, 2017
122017
Cultural fluency means all is right with the world
Y Lin, S Arieli, D Oyserman
Manuscript under review, 2018
62018
Uni-dimensional or multi-dimensional? Empirical evidence for distinguishing between different aspects of intuition
A Amit, Z Rusou, S Arieli
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (3), 322-324, 2016
62016
Cultural fluency means all is okay, cultural disfluency implies otherwise
Y Lin, S Arieli, D Oyserman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84, 103822, 2019
52019
Challenges and Gaps in Studying Value–Behavior Associations in Work Settings
S Arieli, L Sagiv, S Roccas
Applied Psychology, 2020
2020
Distinguishing deliberate from systematic thinking.
A Amit, S Mentser, S Arieli, N Porzycki
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2020
2020
do not copy or cite without authors' permission. The final article is available at https://psycnet. apa. org/doi/10.1037/pspp0000284
A Amit, S Mentser, S Arieli, N Porzycki
2020
Roles affect individuals’ preferences for organizations: A values perspective.
S Arieli, F Lee, L Sagiv
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2019
2019
Identity-motivated reasoning: Biased judgments regarding political leaders and their actions
S Arieli, A Amit, S Mentser
Cognition 188, 64-73, 2019
2019
Cultural Fluency and Inherence
Y Lin, D Oyserman, S Arieli
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2018
2018
Affecting the Perceptions of Outsiders: The Influence of Espoused Organizational Values and Role-Based Goals on the Preferences of External Constituents
F Lee, S Arieli, L Sagiv
International Journal of Psychology 51, 2016
2016
Distinguishing Epistemically Motivated Decision Makers from Systematic Decision Makers
A Amit, S Arieli, N Porzycki
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 10077, 2016
2016
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