Supervised or co-supervised PhD Students (completed the degree)
The mere-exposure phenomenon-Is it real evidence of the primacy of affect? A lay epistemological analysis. Tel Aviv University, 1992
Nitzan Ben Shaul
Expression of the "Siege Syndrome" in Israeli Films. New York University, 1993
The development of political preferences among youth: The effect of parent's perception as epistemic authorities. Tel Aviv University, 1993
Characteristics of teachers as perceived by their students in the role of political socializing agents. Tel Aviv University, 1995,
Ilana Ben Dov
Development of category, stereotype and prejudice toward Arabs among Jewish children of pre-school age (3-6). Tel Aviv University, 2000
Won an award for the best dissertation in the Israeli Association of Political Sciences.
The impact of major events in the Arab-Israel conflict on the ethos of conflict of the Israeli Jewish society (1967–2000). Tel Aviv University, 2005.
The crystallization and transformations of the Jewish-Israeli identity: A study of identity reflection in Hebrew readers of the 20th century. Tel-Aviv University, 2007
Won an award as the best dissertation in the Israeli Association of political science
The psychology of group-based hatred in political systems. University of Haifa, 2008- (summa cum laude)
Activation of the ethos of conflict, while coping with stress resulting from intractable conflict. Tel-Aviv University, 2008
The role of external incentives in promoting peace: The cases of Israel and Turkey. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2010
Societal beliefs about the Israeli – Arab Palestinian conflict transmitted in national ceremonies - 1948-2006. Tel Aviv University, 2010
Gendered intractability: National identity constructions and gender in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Free University Berlin, 2010
Won an award as the best dissertation in the Association of Israeli Studies
Fixation and change of the Israeli official memory regarding the causes for the exodus of the Palestinian refugees during the 1948 War, 1949-2004. Tel Aviv University, 2012.
Learning the past, interpreting the present, and shaping the future: Israeli adolescents' narratives of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Harvard University, 2012
Political context, social challenges, and leadership: Rhetorical expressions of psycho-social roles of leaders in intractable conflict and its resolution process – The Israeli-Palestinian case. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2012.
Eman Abu Hanna Nahhas
Inter-generational transmission of collective memory of the 1948 War events among Palestinian citizens of Israel: Comparison between internally displaced and non-displaced. Tel-Aviv University, 2012.
Socialization of adolescents to cognitive closure: The relationship between family climate, communication patterns and personal characteristics. University of Tel Aviv, 2012.
Mobilization for peace: The effects of organizational characteristics and political context on mobilization capacity of four Israeli peace organizations. Haifa University, 2013
The role of hope in decision-making process of leaders in situations of war: Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill and David Ben-Gurion. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2014
Ethos of conflict of the Palestinian society. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2014
The ethos of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as reflected by the judgments of the Israeli Supreme Court 1948 – 2006. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2016.
The role of respect and disrespect in conflicts: The case of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Tel Aviv University, 2016.
The interrelationship[ of emotional processes and ideology in intractable intergroup conflict
Tel Aviv University, 2017.
Peace education in Israel during the years 2009-2013: Policy of the Ministry of Education
and challenges in the educational field. Tel Aviv University, 2018.
Paradoxical thinking as a new conflict resolution intervention. Tel Aviv University, 2018
Supervised MA Students (completed the degree)
Through the years since arriving to the School of Education of Tel Aviv University in 1975, I supervised well over 200 MA theses.