I have several ongoing projects under review that I would welcome your feedback on the preprints (contact me here).
- Feldman, G. What is normal? Contrasting the impact of past behavior, expectations and social norms normality categories over regret in the action-effect
- Feldman, G. The regret-action effect: Action-inaction attribution bias in interpreting expressions of regret.
- *Feldman, G., *Yay, T. Action-inaction asymmetries in moral scenarios: Replication of the omission bias examining morality and blame with extensions linking to causality, intent, and regret
- *Gao, Y., *Yao, D., Feldman, G., Owning leads to valuing? Meta-analysis of the Mere Ownership Effect
- Feldman, G., Kutscher, L., Yay, T. What is action, what is inaction? A review of action-inaction biases and recommendations for term use and typology.
- Supervised thesis by Lucas Kutscher, in preparation for submission: The impact of past behavior normality on regret: A meta-analysis
- Supervised thesis by Yay Tijen, in preparation for submission: Omission bias: A meta-analysis
- Supervised thesis by Yajing Gao, in preparation for submission: Mere ownership effect: a pre-registered replication and extension + a meta-analysis
- Feldman, G. Personal values and moral foundations: Towards an integrated perspective by examining meaning, structure, and relations
(*: equal contribution; underlined: supervised students)
There are others, if this kind of work interests you, email me for other ongoing work.