פרסומים

2018
Lomsky-Feder E, Sasson-Levy O. Women Soldiers and Citizenship in Israel: Gendered Encounters with the State. בתוך: Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire. Routledge ; 2018.
Deutsch A, Dank M. Morphological structure mediates the notional meaning of gender marking: Evidence from the gender congruency effect in Hebrew speech production. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 2018.
Worku-Mangisto W, Horenczyk G. Hidden dropout from the education system among Ethiopian adolescents in Israel. Hagira Journal. 2018;in Hebrew (8) :46-63.
Dorfsman, M. I., Horenczyk G. Educational approaches and contexts in the development of a heritage museum. . Journal of Experiential Education. 2018;(41(2) :170-186.
Gutentag, T., Horenczyk, G., Tatar M. Teachers’ approaches toward cultural diversity predict diversity-related burnout and self-efficacy. Journal of Teacher Education. 2018;(69(4) :408-419.
Diederich, A., Wyszynski, M., Ritov I. Moderators of framing effects in variations of the Asian Disease problem: Time constraint, need and disease type. Judgment and Decision Making. 2018;(13(6) :529.
Kogut, T., Ritov, I., Rubaltelli, E., Liberman N. How far is the suffering? The role of psychological distance and victims’ identifiability in donation decisions. Judgment and Decision Making. 2018;(13(5) :458.
Bonini, N., Graffeo, M., Hadjichristidis, C., Ritov I. Category-bounded emotional enhancement: spillover effects in the valuation of public goods. . Cognition and Emotion. 2018 :1-12.
Ashkenazi S. Intentional and automatic processing of numerical information in mathematical anxiety: testing the influence of emotional priming. Cognition and Emotion. 2018; Doi: 10.1080/02699931.2018.1435504 (32(8) :1700-1707.
Arend, I., Yuen, K., Ashkenazi, S., Henik A. Space counts! Brain correlates of spatial and numerical representations in synaesthesia. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. 2018.
Alayan S, Podeh, Elie. School Textbooks in the Greater Middle East: National Identity and Images of Self and Other. Palgrave Macmillan. 2018.
Cohen A, Zohar, A. " 'A Tango between Planning and Autonomy' – A Large Scale Pedagogic Change: Reflections on Implementing the Performance Assessment Inquiry task (PAIT) in Civic Studies". Dapim 67. 2018;([Hebrew]) :Pp. 11-40.
Cohen A. "Political Awareness as Educational Fiction: Theory, Policy, Practice". בתוך: Gilui Daat 13. [Hebrew]. Gilui Daat 13. Spring 2018. ; 2018. 'עמ. Pp. 111-134.
Schwarz BB, Prusak, N., Swidan, O., Livny A, Gal K. Orchestrating the emergence of conceptual learning: A case study in a geometry class. International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. 2018;(13(2) :189-211.
Tabach M, Schwarz BB. Professional development of mathematics teachers towards facilitation of small group collaboration. Educational Studies in Mathematics. 2018;(97(3) :273-298.
Slakmon B, Schwarz BB. An Outline of Assessment in Humanistic Conversations: Definitions, Aims and Design. בתוך: Wegerif R, Kerslake L Theory on Teaching Thinking: International Perspectives. Theory on Teaching Thinking: International Perspectives. Routledge ; 2018. 'עמ. pp. 134-150.
Schwarz BB. Computer-Supported Argumentation and learning. בתוך: F. Fischer, C. E. Hmelo-Silver, and Reimann SRGP International Handbook of the Learning Sciences. International Handbook of the Learning Sciences. Routledge. ; 2018. 'עמ. pp. 134-150.
Schwarz BB. Observing Havruta Learning from the Perspective of the Learning Sciences. בתוך: Levisohn JA, Kress JS Advancing the Learning Agenda in Jewish Education. Advancing the Learning Agenda in Jewish Education. Boston. ; 2018. 'עמ. pp. 91-109.
Cohen J. “Buber’s Biblical Hermeneutics and Education: Some New Perspectives”. בתוך: Shonkoff, S.B. Martin Buber: His Intellectual and Scholarly . Martin Buber: His Intellectual and Scholarly . Legacy, Leiden and Boston, Brill Publishers ; 2018. 'עמ. 233-257.
Zion-Waldoks, and Motzafi-Haller TP. “Whose House Is This? Gendered Dis/Belongings, Home-Making and Displacement in Israel’s Rabbinic Courts”. Signs. 2018;(44:1) :pp. 177-203.