Sebastian Deri
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Home alone: Why people believe others’ social lives are richer than their own.
S Deri, S Davidai, T Gilovich
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (6), 858, 2017
Opinion cascades and the unpredictability of partisan polarization
M Macy, S Deri, A Ruch, N Tong
Science advances 5 (8), eaax0754, 2019
With a little help from my friends (and strangers): closeness as a moderator of the underestimation-of-compliance effect
S Deri, DH Stein, VK Bohns
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 82, 6-15, 2019
The second pugilist’s plight: Why people believe they are above average but are not especially happy about it.
S Davidai, S Deri
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (3), 570, 2019
Coloring in the links: Capturing social ties as they are perceived
S Deri, J Rappaz, LM Aiello, D Quercia
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2 (CSCW), 1-18, 2018
Did you reject me for someone else? rejections that are comparative feel worse
S Deri, EM Zitek
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (12), 1675-1685, 2017
There must be more to life than this: The impact of highly-accessible exemplars on self-evaluation and discontent
S Davidai, S Deri, T Gilovich
Self and Identity, 1-22, 2020
Internet Use and Political Polarization: A Review
S Deri, 2019
Hybrid Lie Detection
S Deri
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