פרסומים

2019
Michal Honig, Porat D. “Reading Biographical Texts: A Gateway to Historical Disciplinary Reading,”. Journal of Curriculum Studies. 2019.
Koller, J., Shalev, R., Schallamach, C., Gumpel, T. P., Begin M. The Role of Demographics in the Age of Autism Diagnosis in Jerusalem. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 2019 :1-9.
Lipshits-Braziler, Y., Gati I. Facilitating career transitions with coping and decision-making approaches. בתוך: Maree K Handbook of innovating career counselling. Handbook of innovating career counselling. Cham: Springer ; 2019. 'עמ. pp. 139-156.
Ophir, Y., Lipshits-Braziler, Y., Rosenberg H. New media screen time is not (necessarily) linked to depression: Comments on Twenge, Joiner, Rojers, and Martin (2018). Clinical Psychological Science. 2019.
Willner, T., Lipshits-Braziler, Y., Gati I. Construction and initial validation of the work orientation questionnaire. Journal of Career Assessment. 2019;Doi:10.1177/1069072719830293.
צבר, בועז. "על יסוד המתח שגלום בדמותו של המחנך המשמעותי". תיקון עולם – כתב העת של אוניברסיטת "הבריקה", מקסיקו. 2019;(1).
צבר, בועז. "ביקורת ופרקסיס": פרשנות פדגוגית למיתוס גירוש האדם מגן העדן". גילוי דעת - כתב עת רב-תחומי לחינוך, חברה ותרבות. 2019;(גליון מספר 15).
Tsabar B, Ido O. “Reflections on four ideological models in Special Education”. JETEN - Journal of the European Teacher Education Network. 2019;Vol 11.
Spiegel T, Pollak Y. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Increased Engagement in Sexual Risk-Taking Behavior: The Role of Benefit Perception. Frontiers in Psychology. 2019.Abstract
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been linked to higher engagement in sexual risk-taking behavior (SRTB). The current study aims to establish the link between ADHD symptoms and SRTB in the general population and to examine whether an exaggerated perceived benefit of the positive outcomes of SRTB explains that link. A scale for measuring the frequency, likelihood, perceived benefit, and perceived risk of SRTB was developed. Young adult sexually active participants who did not have a stable partnership completed the above scale, as well as a scale of ADHD symptoms. The level of ADHD symptoms positively correlated with the frequency and likelihood of SRTB, even when the overall level of sexual behavior was controlled for. ADHD symptoms also correlated with the perceived benefit of SRTB, but not with the perceived risk of SRTB. Mediation analysis confirmed an indirect pathway: ADHD symptoms predicted perceived benefit of SRTB, which in turn predicted increased likelihood to engage in SRTB. These findings suggest a positive link between ADHD symptoms and SRTB in the general population, which is accounted for by an exaggerated perceived benefit of SRTB.
Yehuda Pollak, Tycho J. Dekkers, Rachel Shoham, Hilde M. Huizenga. Risk-Taking Behavior in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): a Review of Potential Underlying Mechanisms and of Interventions. Current Psychiatry Reports. 2019.Abstract
Purpose of Review Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is associated with several forms of risk-taking behavior (RTB). This paper aims to examine the scope of ADHD-related RTB, to highlight potential underlying mechanisms of this
association, and to review initial evidence for interventions aimed to treat ADHD-related RTB. Recent Findings Multiple lines of evidence indicate that ADHD is associated with real-life RTB across several domains (e.g., reckless driving, substance use, and unprotected sex), which is corroborated by evidence on laboratory risk–taking tasks. Several individual differences, some of them informed by decision theory, e.g., comorbid disorders, parental monitoring, and perceived enlarged benefits of RTB, may explain the link between ADHD and RTB. A number of studies showed that interventions designed for ADHD may reduce RTB. Summary ADHD is linked to RTB across several domains. Decision theory may serve as a conceptual framework for understanding the underlying mechanisms, and thus may inform future research
Roni Halevy-Yosef, Eytan Bachar, Lilach Shalev, Yehuda Pollak, Adi Enoch-Levy, Eitan Gur, Abraham Weizman, Stein D. The complexity of the interaction between binge-eating and attention. PLos ONE. 2019.
Rosenak A, Zinger SL. "Narrativism and the Unity of Opposites: Theory, Practice, and Exegesis: A Study of Three Stories from the Talmud". Religions. 2019 :pp. 1-27.
Gershy N, Omer H, Jude J. Building collaboration within the couples’ system. בתוך: Heisman E Non-Violent Resistance Innovations in Practice. Non-Violent Resistance Innovations in Practice. Pavilion: East Sussex ; 2019. 'עמ. pp. 29-38.
Genut, S., Ori, B., Kolikant YBD. Factors Influencing Women’s Decision to Study Computer Science: Is It Context Dependent?. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 2019;(16) :127-141.
Ben-David Kolikant Y. Adapting school to the 21st century: Educators’ perspectives. Technology, Pedagogy and Education. 2019 :1-13.
Fincher SA, Ben-David Kolikant, Y., Falkner K. Teacher Learning and Professional Development. בתוך: Fincher SA, Robins A The Cambridge Handbook of Computing Education Research. The Cambridge Handbook of Computing Education Research. UK: Cambridge Press ; 2019. 'עמ. pp. 727-748.
Nir AE. Professional political and contextual considerations of policy borrowing. בתוך: Papa R Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Vol. Doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.731. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. New York: Oxford University Press ; 2019.
Nir AE, Gillis M. “From Idealism to Pragmatism: Transitions in Israeli public education”. בתוך: Karras KG, Wolhuter CC International Handbook of Teacher Education Worldwide . Vol. (2nd edition, Vol. 2). International Handbook of Teacher Education Worldwide . Nicosia: H&M Publishers ; 2019. 'עמ. pp. 109-124.
Gilead T. "Promoting Distributive Justice in Education and the Challenge of Unpredictability.". Studies in Philosophy and Education . 2019 :1-13.
Ophir, Y., Asterhan, C. S. C., Schwarz BB. The digital footprints of adolescent depression, social rejection and victimization of bullying on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior [Internet]. 2019;(91) :62-71. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Online Social Networking Sites (SNSs) are immensely popular, especially among adolescents. Activity on these sites leaves digital footprints, which may be used to study online behavioral correlates of adolescent psychological distress and to, ultimately, improve detection and intervention efforts. In the present work, we explore the digital footprints of adolescent depression, social rejection, and victimization of bullying on Facebook. Two consecutive studies were conducted among Israeli adolescents (N = 86 and N = 162). We collected a range of Facebook activity features, as well as self-report measurements of depression, social rejection, and victimization of bullying. Findings from Study 1 demonstrate that explicit distress references in Facebook postings (e.g., "Life sucks, I want to die") predict depression among adolescents, but that such explicit distress references are rare. In Study 2, we applied a bottom-up research methodology along with the previous top-down, theory driven approach. Study 2 demonstrates that less explicit features of Facebook behavior predict social rejection and victimization of bullying. These features include 'posts by others', 'check-ins', 'gothic and dark content', 'other people in pictures', and 'positive attitudes towards others'. The potential, promises and limitations of using digital Facebook footprints for the detection of adolescent psychological distress are discussed.