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  1. Shani–Sherman, T., Dolgin, M. J., Leibovitch, L  & Mazkereth, R. (2019). Spousal Support, Problem Solving Skills and Parental Adjustment Following the Birth of a Premature Infant. January 9th, 2019. The 22nd Conference of the Israeli Society for Child Development and Rehabilitation, Jerusalem

  2. Rafaeli, E., Pshedetzky, R., Sened, H. Shani-Sherman, T. Bar-Kalifa, E. & Gleason, M.E .J. (2017). His, hers, or theirs – Hope as a dyadic resource. Presentation at the 2017 SPSP Annual Convention, January 19-21, San Antonio, Texas.

  3. Kende, A., Shani-Sherman, T., Binyamini, H. & Hirschberger, G. (2015). Defensiverepresentations of history and nationalism as sources of anti-Semitism. ISPP, Medium-Sized Workshop on Identity, Emotion and Intergroup Conflict, June 4-6, 2015,  Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel.

  4. Hoffman, G., Zuckerman, O., Hirschberger, G., Luria, M., & Shani-Sherman, T. (2015). Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Robotic Conversation Companion.‏ HRI, March 2 – 5, 2015, Portland, OR, USA. Received best paper award.

  5. Hasler, B. S., Friedman, D., Shani–Sherman, T., & Hirschberger, G. (2014). Interacting with Virtual Palestinians: Mimicry, empathy, and prejudice. Annual Meeting of theInternational Society of Political Psychology, July 4–7, 2014, Rome, Italy.

  6. Gothelf, D., Gazer, M., Segal–Triwitz, Y., Kirchen L., Shani –Sherman, T., & Weizman A. (2014). Subjective aspects in ADHD assessment and familial response to treatment. March 25 - 27, 2014, Israel. 18th Israel Society for Biological Psychiatry (ISBP) Annual Meeting, Kibbutz Hagoshrim, Israel.

  7. Segal, Y., Shani–Sherman, T., Levav, M. & Gothelf, D. (2013). What is considered abnormal sustaining of attention? a survey among teachers and parents of elementary school children. June 6th – 9th, 2013, Milan, Italy. 4th World Congress on ADHD From Childhood to Adult Disease.

  8. Segal Trivitz., Y., Shani–Sherman, T., Iancu, H., Levav, M. & Gothelf., D. (2013). What is considered abnormal sustaining of attention? A survey among teachers and parents of elementary school children. March 12–14, 2013, Israel. Israel Society for Biological Psychiatry 17th annual convention.



  1. Shani–Sherman, T., Dolgin, M. J., Leibovitch, L  & Mazkereth, R. (2018). Internal and External Resources and the Adjustment of Parents of Premature Infants. J Clin Psychol Med Settings (2018).

  2. Segal–Triwitz, Y., Kirchen, L. M., Shani–Sherman, T., Levav, M., Kushnir, J., Ariel, R. & Gothelf, D. (2016). Parents' and teachers' perceptions of abnormal attention span of elementary school–age children. Israel Journal of Psychiatry.

  3. Imhoff, R., Bilewicz, M., Hanke, K., Kahn, D. T., Henkel- Guembel, N., Halabi, S., Shani-Sherman, T. & Hirschberger, G. (2016). Explaining the Inexplicable: Differences in Attributions for the Holocaust in Germany, Israel, and Poland. Political Psychology. online publication.

  4. Hirschberger, G., Pyszczynski, T., Ein–Dor, T., Shani–Sherman, T., Kadah, E., Kesebir, P., & Young, C. P.  (2015). Fear of Death Amplifies Retributive Justice Motivations and Encourages Political Violence. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology Advance. online publication.

  5. Amichai–Hamburger, Y., Hasler, B. S., & Shani–Sherman, T. (2015). Structured and unstructured intergroup contact in the digital Age. Computers in Human Behavior.

  6. Amichai–Hamburger, Y., Klomek, A. B., Friedman, D., Zuckerman, O., & Shani–Sherman, T. (2014). The future of online therapy. Computers in Human Behavior, 41, 288–294.‏  

  7. Hasler, B. S., Hirschberger, G., Shani–Sherman, T., & Friedman, D. A. (2014). Virtual Peacemakers: Mimicry Increases Empathy in Simulated Contact with Virtual Outgroup Members. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17(12), 766–771.‏

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