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In Press and In-Principle Accepted

Yang, X., Schulz, J., … Reggev, N, … Dunham, Y. (Stage 1 in-principle accepted Registered Report). Large-scale cross-societal examination of real- and minimal-group biases. Nature Human Behaviour.


Navon, M., Reggev, N. & Moran, T. (Stage 1 in-principle accepted Registered Report). Top-Down racial biases in size perception: A registered replication and extension of Wilson et al. (2017). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Published Work

Raz, I., Reggev, N.*, & Gilead, M.* (2024). Is it better to be happy or right? Examining the relative role of the pragmatic and epistemic imperatives in momentary affective evaluations. Emotionlink


Reggev, N. (2024). Motivation and prediction-driven processing of social memoranda. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 159(2024). link


Zivony, A., Kardosh, R., Timmins, L., & Reggev, N. (2023). Ten simple rules for ethical responsibility in collecting and disseminating societally relevant research. PLoS Comput Biol 19(3): e1010954link


Zivony, A., & Reggev, N. (2023). Beliefs about the inevitability of sexual attraction predict stereotypes about asexuality. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 52, 2215–2228. link


Yacoby, A., Reggev, N.*, Maril, A*.(2023). Lack of source memory as a potential marker of early assimilation of novel items into current knowledge. Neuropsychologia, 185(2023), 108569. link


Legate, N., Nguyen, T., Weinstein, N., Moller, A.,... Reggev, N. ...Primbs, M. A.(2022). A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(22), e2111091119. link

Coles, N., March, D., …Mokady, A., Reggev, N., …Luizza, M.T. (2022). A multi-lab test of the facial feedback hypothesis by the Many Smiles Collaboration. Nature Human Behavior, 6, 1731-1742. link

Buchanan, E. Lewis, S., … Reggev, N., Mokady, A., …Primbs, M. (2023). The Psychological Science Accelerator's COVID-19 rapid-response dataset. Scientific Data, 10(1), 87.  link

Mokady, A., Reggev, N. (2022). The Role of Predictions, Their Confirmation, and Reward in, Maintaining the Self-Concept, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience,16 link

Dorison, C. A., Lerner, J. S., Heller, B. H., ...Reggev, N., .... & Pantazi, M. (2022). In COVID-19 health messaging, loss framing increases anxiety with little-to-no concomitant benefits: experimental evidence from 84 countries. Affective science, 3(3), 577-602. link

Reggev, N., & Kardosh, R. (2022). A brief guide to situating the neuroscience of Black and White civilian arrests in a broader social context. NeuroImage, 119154. link

Reggev, N., Chowdhary, A., & Mitchell, J. (2021). Confirmation of interpersonal expectations is intrinsically rewarding. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience,  16.12, 1276-1287 . link

Yacoby, A., Reggev, N., & Maril, A. (2021). Examining the transition of novel information toward familiarity. Neuropsychologia, 161, 107993. link

Wang, K., Goldenberg, A., Dorison, C. A., ..., Reggev, N., ..., Moshontz, H. (2021). A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nature Human Behavior, 5.8, 1089-1110. link

Everett, J. A. C., Colombatto, C., ..., Reggev, N., ..., Crockett, M. J. (2021). Moral dilemmas and trust in leaders during a global health crisis. Nature Human Behaviour, 5.8, 1074-1088. link

Mækelæ, M. J.*, Reggev, N.*, de Felipe, R. P., Dutra, N. B., Tamayo, R. M., Klevjer, K., & Pfuhl, G. (2021). Identifying resilience factors of distress and paranoia during the COVID-19 pandemic in five countries. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 2160. link

Tierney, W., Hardy, J. H., III., Ebersole, C., Viganola, D., Clemente, E., Gordon, M., Hoogeveen, S., Haaf, J., Dreber, A.A., Johannesson, M., Pfeiffer, T., Chapman, H., Gantman, A., Vanaman, M., DeMarree, K., Igou, E., Wylie, J., Storbeck J., Andreychik, M.R., McPhetres, J., Vaughn, L.A., Culture and Work Morality Forecasting Collaboration, & Uhlmann, E. L. (2021). A creative destruction approach to replication: Implicit work and sex morality across cultures. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 93, 104060 [Member of Forecasting Collaboration]. link

Tierney, W., Hardy, J., Ebersole, C. R., Leavitt,  K., Viganola, D., Clemente, E. G., Gordon, M., Dreber, A., Johannesson, M., Pfeiffer, T., Hiring Decisions Forecasting Collaboration & Uhlmann, E. L. (2020). Creative Destruction in Science. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 161, 291-309 [Member of Forecasting Collaboration]. link

Bein, O., Reggev, N., & Maril, A. (2020). Prior knowledge promotes hippocampal separation but cortical assimilation in the left inferior frontal gyrus. Nature Communications, 11, 4590. link

Mækelæ, M. J.*, Reggev, N.*, Dutra, N., Tamayo, R. M., Silva-Sobrinho, R. A., Klevjer, K., & Pfuhl, G. (2020). Perceived efficacy of COVID-19 restrictions, reactions and their impact on mental health during the early phase of the outbreak in six countries. Royal Society Open Science, 7, 200644. link

Reggev, N., Brodie, K., Cikara, M., & Mitchell, J. (2020). Human face-selective cortex does not distinguish between members of a racial outgroup.‏ eNeuro, 7 (3). link

Bein, O., Reggev, N., Tompary, A. (2018). Working with schemas, predicting with schemas. Journal of Neuroscience, 38, 1608-1610. link

Reggev, N., Sharoni, R., Maril, A. (2018). Distinctiveness benefits novelty (and not familiarity), but only up to a limit: the prior knowledge perspective. Cognitive Science, 42, 103-128. link

Reggev, N., Bein, O., & Maril, A. (2016). Distinct neural suppression and encoding effects for conceptual novelty and familiarity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28 (10), 1455-1470. link

Bein, O., Gilead, M., Goshen-Gottstein, Y., Reggev, N., Livneh, N., Maril, A. (2015). Delineating the effect of semantic congruency on episodic memory: the role of integration and relatedness. PLoS ONE 10 (2): e0115624. link

Bein, O., Reggev, N., Maril A. (2014). Prior knowledge influences on hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex interactions in subsequent memory. Neuropsychologia, 64, 320-330. link

Reggev, N., Maril, A. and Hassin, R. R. (2012). When two sources of fluency meet one cognitive mindset. Cognition, 124 (2), 256-260. link 

Zuckerman, M., Levy, D. A., Tibon, R., Reggev, N., & Maril, A. (2012). Does this ring a bell? Music-cued retrieval of semantic knowledge and metamemory judgments. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24 (11), 2155-2170. link 

Maril, A., Avital, R., Reggev, N., Zuckerman, M., Sadeh, T., Ben-Sira, L., Livneh, N. (2011). Event congruency and episodic encoding: a developmental fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 49 (11), 3036-3045. link

Reggev, N., Zuckerman, M. and Maril, A. (2011). Are all judgments created equal? An fMRI study of semantic and episodic metamnemonic predictions. Neuropsychologia, 49 (5), 1332-1342. link  

Sadeh, T., Shohamy, D., Levy, D. R., Reggev, N., & Maril, A. (2011). Cooperation between the hippocampus and the striatum during episodic encoding. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23 (7), 1597-1608. link

Maril A., Davis PE, Koo JJ, Reggev N., Ehrenfeld L., Mulkern RV, Waber DP and Rivkin MJ. (2010). Developmental fMRI Study of episodic verbal memory encoding in children. Neurology,75 (23), 2110-2116. link 

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