Publication List

Books (Author):

Bar-Tal, D., & Raviv, A. (in press ). Conflict in the convenient space. Tel Aviv: Sifriyat Aliyat Hagag-Yedioth Aharonot (In Hebrew)

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Raviv, A. (in press ). Society in radicalization: Political–psychological analysis of the Israeli Jewish Society- 2000-2018. Electronic book (In Hebrew)

 

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Abromovich, R. (in press). In the eyes of the beholder: Views of the Israeli-Arab/Palestinian conflict by Israeli Jews. Tel Aviv: Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel Aviv University. (in Hebrew). 

 

Arviv Abromovich, R., Bar-Tal, D., & Ben-Amos A. (in press). Societal beliefs about the Israeli – Arab/Palestinian conflict transmitted in national ceremonies- 1948 – 2006. Tel Aviv: Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel Aviv University. (in Hebrew). 

 

Nishri-Shimonovitz, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2016). Expression of the ethos of conflict in the Israeli-Jewish plastic art. Tel Aviv: Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel Aviv University. (in Hebrew). 

Bar-Tal, D. (2013). Intractable conflicts: Socio-psychological foundations and dynamics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2007). Living with the conflict: Socio-psychological analysis of the Israeli-Jewish society. Jerusalem: Carmel. (in Hebrew)

Bar-Tal, D., & Teichman Y. (2005). Stereotypes and prejudice in conflict: Representations of Arabs in Israeli Jewish society.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2000). Shared beliefs in a society: Social psychological analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Bar-Tal, D. (1990). Group beliefs: A conception for analyzing group structure, processes and behavior. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Bar-Tal, D. (1976). Prosocial behavior: Theory and research. New York: Halsted Press.

 

 

Books (Editor):
Bar-Tal, D., Nets-Zehngut, R., & Sharvit, K. (Eds), (2017). Self-censorship in contexts of conflict: Theory and research. Cham, Switzerland: Springer

Alon, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (Eds.) (2016). The role of trust in conflict resolution: The Israeli-Palestinian case and beyond. Cham, Switzerland: Springer

 

Bar-Tal, D., Nets-Zehngut, R., & Sharvt, K. (Eds), (in preparation). Self-censorship in different contexts. 

Bar-Tal D., & Schnell I. (Eds.), (2013). The impacts of lasting occupation: Lessons from Israeli society. New York: Oxford University Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (Ed.), (2011) Intergroup conflicts and their resolution: Social psychological perspective. New York: Psychology Press.

Rachamim, Y., & Bar-Tal, D. (Eds.) (2006). Socialization into conflict in Israeli-Jewish society. Tel Aviv: Walter Lebach Institute for Jewish Arab Coexistence through Education, Tel Aviv University. (in Hebrew)

Ben-Amos, A., & Bar-Tal, D. (Eds.)(2004). Patriotism: Homeland love. Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuhad (in Hebrew).

Raviv, A., Oppenheimer, L., & Bar-Tal, D. (Eds.) (1999). How children understand war and peace:  A call for international peace education. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

 

Bar-Tal, D., Jacobson, D., & Klieman, A. (Eds.) (1998). Security concerns: Insights from the Israeli experience.  Stamford, CT:  JAI.

Bar-Tal, D., & Staub, E. (Eds.) (1997).  Patriotism in the life of individuals and nations. Chicago: Nelson-Hall.

Bar-Tal, D., & Klingman, A. (Eds.) (1990). Selected issues in psychology and counseling of education.  Jerusalem: Ministry of Education (in Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D., Graumann, C., Kruglanski, A.W., & Stroebe, W. (Eds.), (1989). Stereotypes and prejudice: Changing conceptions.  New York: Springer-Verlag.

Bar-Tal, D., & Kruglanski, A. (Eds.) (1988). The social psychology of knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stroebe, W., Kruglanski, A., Bar-Tal, D., & Hewstone, M. (Eds), (1988). The social psychology of intergroup conflict. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Staub, F., Bar-Tal, D., Karylowski, J., & Reykowski, J. (Eds.), (1984). Development and maintenance of prosocial behavior. New York: Plenum.

Frieze, I., Bar-Tal, D., & Carroll, J.S. (Eds.), (1979). New approaches to social problems: Applications of attribution theory. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (Sponsored by SPISSI).

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, L. (Eds.), (1978). Social psychology of education: Theory and research. New York: Halsted.

Issue Editor:

 

Boehnke, K., & Bar-Tal, D. (1998). Applied Psychology: An International Review.  Special issue devoted to Political Psychology, (volume 47, Issue 1)


Articles:

*underlined articles include a link to the paper

Manuscripts Submitted

Rosler, N., Hameiri, B., Or, M-S, & Bar-Tal, D. Perceiving change on the other side of the conflict: A pathway to conflict resolution. 

 

Rosler, N., Hameiri, B., Sharvit, K., Wiener-Blotner, O., Idan, O., & Bar-Tal, D. The informative process model as a new intervention for attitude change in intractable conflicts. 

Published

Smadja, M-L, Aram, D., Agmon, N., Margalit Ziv, M. & Bar-Tal, D. (in press). "Side by Side": Comparing how Israeli secular and religious mothers read a story about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to young children. Infant and Child Development.

Wang, C., Platow, M. J., Bar-Tal, D., Augoustinos, M., Van Rooy, D., & Spears, R. (in press). When are intergroup attitudes judged as free speech and when as prejudice? A social identity analysis of attitudes toward immigrants. International Journal of Psychology.

 Gilad, R., & Bar-Tal, D. (in press). Sending firstborn son to army service: Comparison between mothers from Zionism religious and Zionist left view.  Studies in Education (in Hebrew)

 

Bar-Tal, D., Trew, K., Hameiri, B., Stevenson, C., & Nahhas, E. (2021). Ethos of conflict as the prism to evaluate the Northern Irish and the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts by the involved societies: A comparative analysis. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 27(3), 415-425.

 

Bar-Tal, D., Vered, S., & Fuxman, S. (2021). Between opened-minded critical thinking and closedminded allegiance:  Educational tensions in societies involved in intractable conflict, Advances in Political Psychology, 42, 3-28

 

Nasie, M., Reifen Tagar, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2021) Ethnic-political socialization of young children in societies involved in intractable conflict: The case of Israel. Journal of Social Issues, 77, 1257-1281

 

Rosler, N., Hagage Baikovich, H., & Bar-Tal, D. (2021). Rhetorical expressions of ethos of conflict and policymaking in intractable conflict by leaders: A comparative study of two Israeli Prime Ministers. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 27, 381-392

 

Rosler, N., Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., Christophe, D., & Azaria-Tamir, S. (2021). Current and future costs of intractable conflicts- Can they create attitude change? Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 1-1.

Bar-Tal, D., Hameiri, B., & Halperin, E.  (2021). Paradoxical thinking as a paradigm of attitude change in the context of intractable conflict. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 63, 129-187

Bar-Tal, D., & Hameiri, B. (2020). Interventions to change well-anchored attitudes in the context of intergroup conflict. Social Psychology and Personality Compass, 14, 1-16

Bar-Tal, D. (2020). Creating insecurity and fear for political goals. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation. 9, 5-17

 

Nasie M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2020). Political socialization in kindergartens: Observations of ceremonies of the Israeli Jewish holidays and memorial days. European Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 701-720

Bar-Tal, D. (2020). Israeli democracy will not survive the occupation. Palestine Israel Journal, 25, 132-139.    

Hameiri, B., Idan, O., Nabet, E., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2020). The paradoxical thinking ‘sweet spot’: The role of recipients’ latitude of rejection in the effectiveness of paradoxical thinking messages targeting anti-refugee attitudes in Israel. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 8, 266-283.

Lee, C., G., Michael J. Platow, J. M., Augoustinos, M., Van Rooy, D., Spears, R., & Bar Tal, D. (2019). When are anti-fat attitudes understood as prejudice vs. truth? An experimental study of social influence effects. Obesity Science & Practice 28-35

Elbaz, S., & Bar-Tal, D. (2019). Voluntary silence: Israeli media self-censorship during the second Lebanon war. Conflict & Communication Online, 18 (2), 1-14

Bar-Tal, D. (2019). The challenges of social and political psychology in pursuit of peace: Personal account. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 25, 192-197.

 

Platow, J. M., Van Rooy, D., Augoustinos, M., Spears, R., Bar-Tal, D., Grace, M., D. (2019) Prejudice is about collective values, not a biased psychological system.  New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 48, 15-22

Embar, E., Vered, S., & Bar-Tal, D. (2019). Between openness and loyalty: Expressions of self-censorship in teaching history in the Israeli educational system. Studies in Education, 17-19, 67-99.

Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2019). Paradoxical thinking interventions: A paradigm for societal change. Social Issues and Policy Review, 13(1), 36-62.

Pliskin, R., Halperin, E., Bar-Tal, D., & Sheppes, G. (2018). When ideology meets conflict-related content: Influences on emotion generation and regulation.  Emotion, 18, 159-170

 

Shahar, E., Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D, & Raviv, A. (2018). Self-censorship of conflict-related information in the context of intractable conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62, 957-982.

 

Rosler, N., Sharvit, K., & Bar-Tal, D. (2018). Perceptions of prolonged occupation as barriers to conflict resolution. Political Psychology, 39, 519-538

 

Hameiri, B., Nabet, E., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2018). Paradoxical thinking as a conflict resolution intervention: Comparison to alternative interventions and examination of psychological mechanisms. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(1), 122-139.

 

Canetti, D., Lavi, I., Elad-Strenger, J., Guy, D., & Bar-Tal, D. (2017). Exposure to violence, ethos of conflict, and support for compromises: Surveys in Israel, East Jerusalem and Gaza. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 61, 84-113.

 

Hameiri, B., Sharvit, K., Bar-Tal., D., Shahar, E., & Halperin, E. (2017). Support for self-censorship among Israelis as a socio-psychological barrier to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Political Psychology, 38, 795-813

 

Bar-Tal, D., Diamond, A., & Nasie, M. (2017). Political socialization of young children in intractable conflicts. International Journal of Behavioral Development.

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2017). Self-censorship as a socio-political-psychological phenomenon: Conception and research. Advances in Political Psychology, 38(1). 37-65

Bar-Tal, D. (2017). Processes and mechanisms that maintain the occupation. Palestine-Israel Journal, 50(2&3), 44-52.

Hameiri, B., Porat, R., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2016). Moderating attitudes in times of violence through paradoxical thinking intervention. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(43), 12105-12110.

Maymon, M., Ben-Amos, A. & Bar-Tal, D. (2016). Stagnation or change of the conflict supporting narrative: Israeli commemorative ceremonies for the fallen soldiers, 2010. Public Space (in Hebrew)

Nasie, M., Diamond, A., & Bar-Tal, D. (2016) Young children in intractable conflicts: The Israel case Personality and Social Psychology Review

Biran, H., & Bar-Tal, D. (2016). Expressions of victimhood in the Israeli press during the 2008-9 Cast Lead operation in the Gaza Strip. Megamot. (in Hebrew)

Magal, T., Bar-Tal, D., Halperin, E. (2016). Why it is so difficult to motivate people to support peace processes? A case study of the Israeli Jewish society in present. Politika, Issue No. 26, 43-98. (in Hebrew).

 

Nets-Zehngut,  R., & Bar-Tal, D. (2016). Zionist but less: Competitive narratives in the Israeli-Jewish popular collective memory- a survey of public opinion. Gilui Daat, issue 9, 45-68 (in Hebrew)  

Adwan, S., Bar-Tal, D., & Wexler, B. (2016). Portrayal of the other in Palestinian and Israel schoolbook: A comparative study. Political Psychology, 37. 201-217.

 

Elbaz, S., & Bar-Tal, D. (2016). Dissemination of culture of conflict in the Israeli mass media: The wars in Lebanon as a case study. Communication Review, 19, 1-34.

 

Nets-Zehngut,  R., Pliskin, R., & Bar-Tal, D. (2015). Self-censorship in conflicts: Israel and the 1948 Palestinian Exodus. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21, 479-499.

 

Oren, N., Nets-Zehngut, R., & Bar-Tal. D. (2015). Construction of the Israeli-Jewish conflict-supportive narrative and the struggle over its dominance. Political Psychology, 36, 215-230

  

Lavi, I., Canetti, D., Sharvit, K., Bar-Tal, D., & Hobfoll, S. (2014). Protected by ethos in a protracted conflict? A comparative study among Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 58, 68-92

 

Hameiri, B., Porat, R., Bar-Tal, D., Bieler, A., & Halperin, E. (2014) Paradoxical thinking as a new avenue of intervention to promote peace: A longitudinal field experiment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 111, 10996-11001.
 

Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2014). Sociopsychological barriers for peace making and ideas to overcome them. Revista de Psicología Social, 29, 1-30.

 

Nasie, M., Bar-Tal, D., Pliskin, R., Nahhas, E. & Halperin, E., (2014). Overcoming the barrier of narrative adherence in conflicts through awareness of the psychological bias of naive realism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 1543-1556.

 

Nasie, M., Bar-Tal, D., & Shneidman, O. (2014). Activists in Israeli radical peace organizations: Their personal stories about joining and taking part in these organizations. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 20, 313-329.

 

Schori-Eyal, N., Halperin, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (2014). Three layers of collective victimhood: Effects of multileveled victimhood on intergroup conflicts in the Israeli-Arab context. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 44, 778-794

 

Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2014) Challenges for peacemakers: How to overcome socio-psychological barriers.  Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 164-171

 

Pliskin, R., Bar-Tal, D., Sheppes, G., &. Halperin, E. (2014). Are leftists more emotion-driven than rightists? The interactive influence of ideology and emotions on support for policies. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 1681-1697

 

Bar-Tal, D., Oren, N., & Nets-Zehngut, R. (2014). Sociopsychological analysis of conflict-supporting narratives: A general framework. Journal of Peace Research, 51, 662-675 

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2014) Collective memory as social representations. Papers on Social Representations, 23, 70-96

 

Vered, S., & Bar-Tal, D. (2014). Routinization of the Israeli-Arab conflict: The perspective of outsiders. Israel Studies Review, 29, 41-61

 

Nets-Zehngut,  R., & Bar-Tal, D. (2014). Transformation of the official memory of conflict: A tentative model and the Israeli memory of the 1948 Palestinian Exodus. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 27, 67-91

 

Cohen-Chen, S., Halperin, E., Porat, R., & Bar-Tal, D. (2014). The differential effects of hope and fear on information processing in intractable conflict. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2, 11-30.

Porat, R., Halperin, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (2015). The effect of sociopsychological barriers on the processing of new information about peace opportunities. Journal of Conflict Resolution​, 59, 93-119

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2013). The nature of socio-psychological barriers to peaceful conflict resolution and ways to overcome them.  Conflict & Communication Online, 12(3) 

 

Bar-Tal, D. (September 15, 2012). From resolution to reconciliation in postconflict societies. World Politics Review, 15-20.

Bar-Tal, D. (2012). Societal dynamics of intractable conflict: A socio-psychological approach. Psicologia Sociale, 3, 312-335. Link 

Nasie, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2012) Sociopsychological infrastructure of intractable conflict through the lens of Palestinians: Analysis of children and youth's writings in the Palestinian newspapers (1996-2007). Megamot, 48, 309-336. (in Hebrew). Also published as Nasie,

 

M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2012) in Sociopsychological infrastructure of an intractable conflict through the eyes of Palestinian children and adolescents. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 18, 3-20. Link

Bar-Tal, D., Sharvit, K., Halperin, E. & Zafran, A. (2012). Ethos of conflict: The concept and its measurement. Peace & Conflict. Journal of Peace Psychology , 18, 40-61. Link
 

Coutant, D., Worchel, S., Bar-Tal, D., & van Raalten, J. (2011). A multidimensionality of the “Stereotype” concept: A developmental examination. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35, 92-110.

Kolonimus, N., & Bar-Tal, D. (2011). Views of the ethos of conflict and the military service among soldiers of an elite unit in the Israeli army. The Public Space, Issue No 5 (fall), 35-67. (in Hebrew)
 

Halperin, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (2011). Socio-psychological barriers to peace making: An empirical examination within the Israeli Jewish society. Journal of Peace Research, 48, 637-657. Link
 

Bar-Tal, D., Zoran, H., Cohen, H., & Magal, T. (2010). Expressions of ethos of conflict in Sabbath leaflets of synagogues during the Cast Lead operation in the Gaza Strip. Israel Studies in Language and Society, 3(2), 33-55.  (in Hebrew). 

Bar-Tal, D., Halperin, E., & Oren , N. (2010). Socio-psychological barriers to peace making: The case of the Israeli Jewish society. Social Issues and Policy Review, 4, 63-109.

Sharvit, K., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Raviv, A., & Gurevich, R. (2010). Ideological orientation and social context as moderators of the effect of terrorism: The case of Israeli-Jewish public opinion regarding peace.  European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 105-121. Link

Bar-Tal, D., Chernyak-Hai, L., Schori, N., & Gundar, A. (2009). A sense of self-perceived collective victimhood in intractable conflicts. International Red Cross Review, 91, 229-277. Link

Gayer, C., C., Landman, S., Halperin, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (2009). Overcoming psychological barriers to peaceful conflict resolution: The role of arguments about losses. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 53, 951-975. Link

David, O., & Bar-Tal, D. (2009). A socio-psychological conception of collective identity: The case of national identity. Personality and

Social Psychology Review, 13, 354-379. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Rosen, Y. (2009). Peace education in societies involved in intractable conflicts: Direct and indirect models. Review of Educational Research, 79, 557-575. Link

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Raviv, A., & Dgani-Hirsch, A.  (2009). The influence of the ethos of conflict on the Israeli Jews' interpretation of Jewish-Palestinian encounters. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 53, 94-118. Link

Halperin, E., Bar-Tal, D., Nets-Zehngut, R., & Drori, E.  (2008). Emotions in conflict: Correlates of fear and hope in the Israeli-Jewish society. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 14, 1-26. Link

Teichman, Y., Bar-Tal, D. & Abdulrazeq, Y. (2008). Intergroup biases in conflict: Reexamination with Arab pre-adolescents and adolescents. International Journal of Developmental Psychology, 31, 423-432. Link

Bar-Tal, D., Halperin, E., Sharvit, K., Rosler, N., & Raviv, A. (2008). Lasting occupation: Socio-psychological aspects of the occupying society. Israeli Sociology, 9, 359-389. (in Hebrew) Also published as Halperin, E., Bar-Tal, D., Sharvit, K., Rosler, N., & Raviv, A. (2010). Social psychological implications for an occupying society: The case of Israel. Journal of Peace Research, 47, 59-70. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2008). Education toward Democracy in Israel: It's effect on youth and Israeli Democracy. Mi Dor Ledor, 32, 22-44. (in Hebrew). Also published in Democracy and Security, (2006). 2, 169-200. Link

Bar-Tal, D., &.Halperin, E. (2008). The fall of the peace camp in Israel: The influence of Prime Minister Ehud Barak on Israeli public opinion-July 2000-February 2001. Megamot, 45, 435-463. (in Hebrew). Also published as Halperin, E., & Bar-Tal, D., &. (2007). The fall of the peace camp in Israel: The influence of Prime Minister Ehud Barak on Israeli public opinion-July 2000-February 2001. Conflict & Communication On Line, 6(2), 1-18. Link

​Teichman, Y., Bar-Tal, D. & Abdulrazeq, Y. (2007). Intergroup biases in conflict: Reexamination with Arab pre-adolescents and adolescents. International Journal of Developmental Psychology, 31, 423-432.

Bar-Tal, D. (2007). Sociopsychological foundations of intractable conflicts. American Behavioral Scientist, 50, 1430-1453. Link

Oren, N., & Bar-Tal, D. (2007). The detrimental dynamics of delegitimization in intractable conflicts: The Israeli-Palestinian case. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 31, 111-126 . Link

Bar-Tal, D., Halperin, E., & de Rivera, J. (2007). Collective emotions in conflict situations: Societal implications. Journal of Social Issues, 63, 441-460. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Sharvit, K. (2006). The power of transitional context: The case of the Israeli Jewish society (Sila oddzialywania konteksu przejsciowego. Przypadek spolecznosci zydowskiej Izraela). The Review of Psychology (Przeglad Psychologiczny), 49(4), 349-385. (in Polish)



Bar-Tal, D. (2006). The Lebanon war, the Peace Camp and Israel. Palestine Israel Journal, 13, 93-98.

Oren, N & Bar-Tal, D. (2006). Ethos and identity: Expressions and changes in the Israeli Jewish society. Estudios de Psicología, 27, 293-316.

Bar-Tal, D., &.Eldar, A. (2006). Israeli unilateralism: Why Israel does not want to negotiate with the Palestinians. Palestine Israel Journal, 13(2), 6-12.

Bar-Tal, Y., Bar-Tal, D., & Cohen-Hendeles, E. (2006). The influence of context and political identification on Israeli Jews’ views of Palestinians. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 12, 229-250.

Jarymowicz, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2006). The dominance of fear over hope in the life of individuals and collectives. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 367-392. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2005). Psychological obstacles to peacemaking in the Middle East and proposals to overcome them. Conflict & Communication Online, 4 issue 1.

Bar-Tal, D. (2004/5). The influence of events and mis(information) on the Israeli Jewish public opinion: The case of the Camp David and the Second Intifada. Palestine Israel Journal, 11, 112-124.

Bar-Tal, D. (2004) The necessity of observing real life situations: Palestinian-Israeli violence as a laboratory of learning about social behavior. European Journal of Social Psychology, 34, 677-701. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2004) Nature, rationale and effectiveness of education for coexistence. Journal of Social Issues, 60, 253-271. Link

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Biran, B., & Sela, Z. (2003). Teachers' epistemic authorities: Perceptions of students and teachers. Social Psychology of Education,6, 17-42.

Bar-Tal, D., & Harel, A. S. (2002). Teachers as agents of political influence in the Israeli high schools. Teaching and Teacher Education, 18, 121-134.

Bar-Tal, D. (2001). Foreword: The meanings of "Psychology as Politics", Political Psychology., 22, 219-226 .

Bar-Tal, D., & Labin, D. (2001). The effect of a major event on stereotyping: Terrorist attacks in Israel and Israeli adolescents' perceptions of Palestinians, Jordanians and Arabs. European Journal of Social Psychology, 31, 1-17. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2001). Why does fear override hope in societies engulfed by intractable conflict, as it does in the Israeli society? Political Psychology, 22, 601-627. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2000). From intractable conflict through conflict resolution to reconciliation: Psychological analysis. Political Psychology, 21, 351-365. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (1998). Persuasion, epistemic process and development: Comments to Leman's article. Papers on Social Representations, 7, 57-59.

Rouhana, N., & Bar-Tal, D. (1998). Psychological dynamics of intractable conflicts: The Israeli-Palestinian case. American

Psychologist, 53, 761-770.

Bar-Tal, D. (1998). The rocky road toward peace: Societal beliefs functional to intractable conflict in Israeli school textbooks. Journal of Peace Research, 35, 723-742. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (1998). Societal beliefs in times of intractable conflict: The Israeli case. International Journal of Conflict Management, 9, 22-50. (Also published in Megamot, 1999, 39(4), 443-491, in Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D., & Jacobson, D. (1998). Psychological perspective on security. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 47, 59-71. Link
 

Bar-Tal, D. (1997). Formation and change of ethnic and national stereotypes: An integrative model. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 21, 491-523. (Also published in Psicologia Politica, 1994, 9, 21-50). Limk

Bar-Tal, D., & Vertzberger, Y.Y.I. (1997). Between hope and fear:  A dialogue on the peace process in the Middle East and the polarized Israeli Society. Political Psychology, 18, 707-740.

Bar-Tal, D. (1997). Security concerns and the polarized Israeli society. Review of Asher Arian's Security threatened. Contemporary Psychology, 42, 346-347.

Kaminsky, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (1996). Stereotypic perceptions of different Israeli-Arab labels as a function of age and religiosity. Studies in Education. (new series) 1, 121-157. (in Hebrew)

Bar-Tal, D. (1996). Development of social categories and stereotypes in early childhood:  The case of "the Arab" concept formation, stereotype and attitudes by Jewish children in Israel.  International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 20, 341-370. Link

Raviv, A. Bar-Tal, D. Raviv, A., & Ben-Horin, A. (1996). Adolescent idolization of popsingers: Causes, expressions and influences. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 25, 631-650.

Freund, T., Kruglanski, A., & Bar-Tal, D. (1996). Motivational effects in the "mere-exposure" paradigm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 26, 479-499.

Bar-Tal, D., Jacobson, D., & Freund, T. (1995). Security feelings among Jewish settlers in the occupied territories: A study of communal and personal antecedents. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 39, 353-377.

Jacobson, D., & Bar-Tal, D. (1995). Structure of security beliefs among Israeli students. Political Psychology, 16, 567-590.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Freund, T. (1994).  An anatomy of political beliefs:  A study of their centrality confidence, contents, and epistemic authority.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 849-872.



Bar-Tal, D. (1993). Patriotism as fundamental beliefs of group members. Politics and Individual, 3, 45-62. (Also published in Psicologia Politica, 1994, 8, 63-85). Link

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Abin, R. (1993). Measuring epistemic authority: Studies of politicians and professors. European Journal of Personality, 7, 119-138.

Bar-Tal, D., & Antebi, D. (1992). Beliefs about negative intentions of the world: A study of the Israeli siege mentality. Political Psychology, 13, 633-645. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Antebi, D. (1992). Siege mentality in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 16, 251-275.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Raviv, A. (1991). The concept of epistemic authority in the process of political knowledge acquisition: The effect of similarity. Representative Research in Social Psychology, 19, 107-120.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Raviv, A., & Brosh, M. (1991). Perception of epistemic authority and attribution for its choice as a function of knowledge area and age. European Journal of Social Psychology, 21, 477-492.

Bar-Tal, D. (1991). Contents and origins of the Israelis' beliefs about security, International Journal of Group Tensions, 21, 237-261.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Peleg, D. (1990). Perception of epistemic authorities by children and adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 19, 495-510.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Houminer, D. (1990). Development of epistemic authorities perception. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 8, 157-169.

Bar-Tal, D. (1990). Israeli-Palestinian conflict: A cognitive analysis. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14, 7-29.

Bar-Tal, D. (1990). Causes and consequences of delegitimization: Models of conflict and ethnocentrism. Journal of Social Issues, 46 (1), 65-81. Link

Ichilov, O., Bar-Tal, D., & Mazawi, A.  (1989).  Israeli adolescents' comprehension and evaluation of democracy. Youth and Society, 21, 153-169.

Bar-Tal, D., & Zoltak, S. (1989). Images of an Arab and Jewish-Arab relations in school readers.   Megamot , 32, 301-317. (Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D.,  Kruglanski, A.W., & Klar, Y. (1989). Conflict termination: An epistemological analysis of international cases. Political Psychology, 10, 233-255. Link

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Arad, M. (1989). Effects of information on student-teachers' stereotypic perception of pupils. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 59, 143-154..

Bar-Tal, D. (1988). Political psychology in Israel.  Political Psychology, 9, 737-742.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Fleissig, P. (1987). Understanding motivations to help: A study in social cognition. Genetic, Social

and General Psychology Monographs, 113, 325-340.

Bar-Tal, D. (1986). Altruistic motivation to help: Definition, utility and operationalization.  Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 13, 3-14.

Guttmann, J., Bar-Tal, D., & Leiser, P. (1985). The effect of various reward situations on children's helping behavior. Educational Psychology, 5, 65-71.
 

Bar-Tal, D., & Raviv, A. (1985) Who is a patriot: Perceptions of high school students the concept patriot. Studies in Education. No. 42, 33-52. (Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D., Korenfeld, D., & Raviv, A. (1985). Relationships between the development of helping behavior and the development of cognition, social perspective, and moral judgment. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 111, 23-40.

Bar-Tal, D., & Nissim, R. (1984). Helping behavior and moral judgment among adolescents. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2, 329-336.

Bar-Tal, D., Goldberg, M., & Knaani, A. (1984). Causes of success and failure and their dimensions as a function of sex and gender: A phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 54, 51-61.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Levit, R. (1983). Students' reactions to attributions of ability and effort. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 53, 1-13.

Guttman, J., & Bar-Tal, D. (1982). Stereotypic perception of teachers. American Educational Research Journal, 19, 519-528.

Bar-Tal, D. (1982). Sequential development of helping behavior: A cognitive-learning model.  Developmental Review, 2, 101-124.

Sharabany, R., & Bar-Tal, D. (1982). Theories of the development of altruism: Review, comparison, and integration. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 5, 49-80.

Nadler, A., Bar-Tal, D., & Drukman, D. (1982). Density does not help: Help giving, help seeking, and help reciprocating of residents of high and low student dormitories. Population and Environment, 5, 26-42.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Goldberg, M. (1982). Helping behavior among preschool children: Observational Study. Child Development, 53, 371-376.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Raviv, A., & Bar-Tal, Y. (1982).  Consistency of pupils' attributions regarding success of failure. Journal of Educational Psychology, 74, 104-110.

Guttmann, J., & Bar-Tal, D. (1981). The effect of pupils' origin on perceptions and expectations by teachers of disadvantaged and advantaged students.  Educational Psychology, 1, 267-272.

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, I. (1981). Social psychology of education - What?  Representative Research in Social Psychology, 12, 5-19.



Bar-Tal, D., Ravgad, N. & Zilberman, D. (1981). Development of causal perception of success and failure.  Educational Psychology, 1, 347-358.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Raviv, A., Levit, R. (1981). Teachers' reaction to attributions of ability and effort and their predictions of students' reactions.  Educational Psychology, 1, 231-240.

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Shavit, M. (1981). Motives for helping behavior expressed by kindergarten and school children in kibbutz and city.  Developmental Psychology, 17, 766-772.

Raviv, A., & Bar-Tal, D. (1981). Demographic correlates of adolescents' helping behavior.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 10, 45-54.

Bar-Tal, D., & Guttmann, J. (1981). A comparison of pupils', teachers' and parents' attributions regarding pupils' achievement. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 51, 301-311. (Also published in Studies in Education, May 1981, 15-26).

Darom, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (1981). Causal perceptions of pupils' success or failure by teachers and pupils: A comparison. Journal of Educational Research, 74, 233-239.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Ayalon, H., & Raviv, A. (1980). Perception of giving and receiving help by group members. Representative Research in Social Psychology, 11, 139-150.

Bar-Tal, D. & Guttmann, J. (1980, December). Teachers expectations. Studies in Education, pp. 127-134. (Hebrew).   

Bar-Tal, D. (1980, September). Causal perceptions and behaviors of pupils and teachers: Attributional analysis. Israeli Journal of

Psychology and Counseling in Education, pp. 5-22. (Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Leiser, T. (1980). The development of altruistic behavior: Empirical evidence. Developmental Psychology, 16, 516-525.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Bar-Tal, Y. (1980). Causal perceptions of success and failure by advantaged, integrated and disadvantaged pupils. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 50, 137-146. (Also published in Studies in Education, October 1980, 131-142).

Bar-Tal, D., Nadler, A., & Blechman, N. (1980). The relationship between children's perception of parents' socialization practices and helping behavior. Journal of Social Psychology, 111, 159-167.

Frieze, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (1980). Cognitive developmental analysis of cue utilization in attributional judgments. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 1, 83-93.

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., & Levin-Lewis, T. (1980). Motivations for donation behavior by boys of three different ages. Child Development, 51, 610-613.

Bar-Tal, D., Kfir, D., Bar-Zohar, Y. & Chen, M. (1980). The relationship between locus of control and academic achievement, anxiety and level of aspiration.  British Journal of Educational Psychology, 50, 53-60. Bar-Tal, D., & Raviv, A. (1979). Consistency of helping behavior measures. Child Development, 50, 1235-1238. 

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, L. (1979). Teachers' information processing: The effect of information about pupils on teachers' expectations and affect. Psychological Reports, 44, 599-602.

Bar-Tal, D., & Darom, E. (1979). Pupils' attributions for success and failure. Child Development, 50, 264-267. (A longer version published also in Studies in Education, September, 1978, 25-30).

Bar-Tal, D., Leinhardt, G., & Bar-Tal, Y. (1978). Effect of an innovative Science program on perceptions of locus of control and satisfaction. Science Education, 62, 349-357.

Bar-Tal, D. (1978). Attributional analysis of achievement-related behavior. Review of Educational Research, 48, 259-271.

Bar-Tal, D., Bar-Zohar, Y., Hermon, M. & Greenberg, M.S. (1977). Reciprocity behavior in the relationship between donor and recipient and between harmdoer and victim. Sociometry, 40, 293-298.

Bar-Tal, D., & Frieze, I. (1977). Achievement motivation for males and females as a determinant of attributions for success and failure. Journal of Sex Roles, 3, 301-313.

Bar-Tal, D., & Bar-Zohar, Y. (1977). The relationship between perception of locus of control and academic achievement: Review and some educational implications. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 2, 181-199.

Greenberg, M.S., & Bar-Tal, D. (1976). Indebtedness as a motive for acquisition of helpful information. Representative Research in Social Psychology, 7, 19-27.

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, L. (1976). Perceptions of similarly and dissimilarly physically attractive couples and individuals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 33, 772-781.

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, L. (1976). Physical attractiveness and its relationship to sex role stereotyping. Journal of Sex Roles, 2, 123-133.

Bar-Tal, D., & Frieze, I. (1975). Attribution of success and failure for actors and observers. Journal of Research in Personality, 10, 256-265.

Saxe, L., Greenberg, M.S., & Bar-Tal, D. (1974). Perceived relatedness of trait dispositions to ability and effort. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 38, 39-42.

Bar-Tal, D., & Greenberg, M.S. (1974). Effect of passage of time on reactions to help and harm. Psychological Reports, 34, 617-618.





































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Chapters in Books:

Bar-Tal, D., & Vered, S. (in press). Peace and reconciliation. In H. Friedman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of mental health (2nd ed.). Oxford: Elsevier

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Bar-Tal, G. (2022). The Holocaust and its teaching in Israel in view of the conflict: General and pedagogical implications and lessons. In D. Yitzhaki, T. Gallagher, N. Aloni, A., & Z. Gross (Eds.). Activist pedagogy and shared education in divided societies: International perspectives and next practices (pp. 235-254). Leiden: Brill Publishers

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Magal, T. (2021). Socio-psychological analysis of the deterioration of democracy and the rise of authoritarianism: The role of needs, values and context. In Forgas, P. J., Crano, B., & Fiedler, K. (Eds.), The psychology of populism: 21st Volume of the Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology Series pp. 42-61). London: Routledge.

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2020). Conflict supporting narratives and the struggle over them In A. Mana & a. Srour (Eds.), Israeli and Palestinian collective narratives in conflict: A tribute to Shifra Sagy and her work (pp 35-61). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Nasie, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2020). Intractable conflict, delegitimization and intercultural training. In D. Landis, & P.S. Dharm (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of intercultural training (4th ed. Pp.306-354). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bar-Tal, D. (2019). The essence of lack of security in Israel. In Keynan, I., & Harboun, I. (Eds.). Defense is not everything: The civic aspects of security (pp.75-99). Haifa: Pardes and the Center for Academic Studies. (in Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D. (2019). Transforming conflicts: Barriers and overcoming them.  In M. Elman, C. Gerard, G. Golan, & L. Kriesberg (Eds.), Overcoming intractable conflicts: New approaches to constructive transformation (pp. 221-241). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield

Bar-Tal, D. (2019). Self-censorships in a society: Preliminary thoughts. In M.N., Quiles del Castillo, J.F., Morales Domínguez, S., Fernández, & M.D. Morera Bello, (Eds.). The psychology of evil: How can we all be Cain. Madrid: Sanz y Torres. (in Spanish).

Bar-Tal, D, & Vered, S. (2018). Intergroup conflict and reconciliation. In Y.Y. Kim (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons.

 

Nets-Zehngut, R., & Bar-Tal, D. (2018). The Israeli-Jewish collective memory of the Israeli-Arab/Palestinian conflict: A suggested model verified by survey findings. In R. Nets-Zehngut, A three-fold model for addressing the aftermath of collective conflicts: Active reconciliation, passive reconciliation and self-healing (pp. 191-269). Beau Bassin: Lambert Academic Publishing.

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2017). Intractability. In  H. Giles & J. Harwood (Eds.) Encyclopedia of intergroup communication. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Bar-Tal, D. (2017). Self-censorship: The conceptual framework. In D., Bar-Tal, R., Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit, (Eds.), Self-censorship in contexts of conflict: Theory and research (pp. 1-18). Cham, Switzerland: Springer

 

Hameiri, B., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2017). Self-censorships in societies involved in violent conflicts as a barrier to peacemaking. In D., Bar-Tal, R., Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit, (Eds.), Self-censorship in contexts of conflict: Theory and research (pp. 61-78). Cham, Switzerland: Springer

   

Vered, S., Ambar, E., Fuxman, S., Nahhas Abu Hanna, E, & Bar-Tal D. (2017).  Between solidarity and openness: Self-censorship in education. In D., Bar-Tal, R., Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit, (Eds.), Self-censorship in contexts of conflict: Theory and research (pp. 157-184). Cham, Switzerland: Springer

Pliskin, R., Goldenberg, A., Amber, E., &  Bar-Tal. D. (2017).Speaking out and breaking the silence. In D., Bar-Tal, R., Nets-Zehngut, & K. Sharvit, (Eds.), Self-censorship in contexts of conflict: Theory and research (pp. 243-268). Cham, Switzerland: Springer

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., & Shapira, P. (2017). Lay psychology of trust/distrust and beyond in the context of intractable conflict: The case of Israeli Jews. In Alon, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (Eds.), The role of trust in conflict resolution: The Israeli –Palestinian case and beyond. Cham, Switzerland: Springer

Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Shapira, P. & Kahn, D. (2017). Lay psychology of trust/distrust and beyond in the context of intractable conflict: The case of Israeli Jews.  In Alon, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (Eds.), The role of trust in conflict resolution: The Israeli –Palestinian case and beyond (pp. 197-214). Cham, Switzerland: Springer

Bar-Tal, D., & Avrahamzon, T. (2017). Development of delegitimization and animosity in the context of intractable conflict. In C. Sibley & F. K. Barlow (Eds.), Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Magal, T., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2016). Why it is so difficult to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by Israeli Jews? A socio-psychological approach. In E. Ben-Rafael, J. H. Schoeps, Y. Sternberg, & O. Glöckner. Handbook of Israel: The major debates. Berlin; Mouton de Gruyter

 

Vered, S., & Bar-Tal, D. (2016). Building stable and lasting peace. In O. Feldman & S. Zmerli (Eds.), Politische Psychologie: Handbuch fur Studium und Wissenschaft [Political Psychology: Handbook for Study and Science]. Baden-baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.

 

Vered, S., & Bar-Tal, D. (2015). Construction of conflict-supportive narrative in cases of intractable conflict: Miseducation in Israel about Israeli-Palestinian history. In  A. J. Angulo (Ed.), Miseducation: A history of ignorance-making in America and abroad (pp. 295-318). Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

 

Lavi, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (2015). Violence in prolonged conflicts and its socio-psychological effects. In J. Lindert, & I. Levav, (Eds.),Violence and mental health: Its manifod faces (pp. 3-25). New York: Springer

 

Bar-Tal, D., Halpern, E., & Pliskin, R. (2015). Why it is so difficult to resolve intractable conflicts peacefully? A socio-psychological explanation. In M. Galluccio (Ed.), Handbook of international negotiation: Interpersonal, intercultural and diplomatic perspective (pp.73-92). New York: Springer

 

Oren, N., & Bar-Tal, D. (2014). Collective identity and intractable conflict. In G. M. Breakwell & R. Jaspal (Eds.), Identity process theory: Identity, social action and social change (pp. 222-252). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

 

Bar-Tal, D., Abutbul, G., & Raviv, A. (2014). The culture of conflict and its routinization. In P. Nesbitt-Larking, C. Kinvall, T. Capelos, &. H. Dekker, (Eds.), The Palgrave handbook of global political psychology (pp. 369-387).  Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Cehajic-Clancy, S. (2014). From collective victimhood to social reconciliation: Outlining a conceptual framework. In D. Spini, G. Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo Biruski (Eds.), War, community and social change: Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia (pp. 125-136). New York: Springer

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2013). The psychology of intractable conflicts: Eruption, escalation, and peacemaking. In L. Huddy, D. O. Sears, & J. S. Levy (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of political psychology (2nd ed. pp.923-956). New York: Oxford University Press

 

Schnell, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (2013). Conclusion: The territories as a cornerstone in the reconstruction of Israeli society. In D. Bar-Tal & I. Schnell (Eds.), The impacts of lasting occupation: Lessons from Israeli society (pp.507-539). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Schnell, I. (2013). Introduction: Occupied and occupier-The Israeli case. In D. Bar-Tal & I. Schnell (Eds.), The impacts of lasting occupation: Lessons from Israel society (pp. 1-18). New York: Oxford University Press

 

Magal, T., Oren, N., Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2013). Psychological legitimization -Views of the Israeli occupation by Jews in Israel: Data and implications. In D. Bar-Tal & I. Schnell (Eds.), The impacts of lasting occupation: Lessons from Israeli society (pp. 122-185). New York: Oxford University Press

Bar-Tal, D., Halperin, E., Porat, R., & Nets-Zehngut, R. (2012). Why society members tend to support the continuation of intractable conflicts and resist their peaceful resolution? In A. Golec de Zavala & A. Cichocka (Eds.), Social psychology of social problems (pp. 254-279). Houndmills, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Hammack, P. L. (2012). Conflict, delegitimization, and violence. In L. R. Tropp (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of intergroup conflict (pp.29-52). New York: Oxford University Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Nahhas, E. (2012). Foundations of culture of conflict. In S. Gonçalves & M. A. Carpenter (Eds.). Diversity, intercultural encounters, and education. New York: Routledge
 

Bar-Tal, D. (2011). Challenges for constructing peace culture and peace education. In E. Matthews, D. Newman, & M. Dajani (Eds.), The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Parallel discourses (pp. 209-223). London: Rutledge

Bar-Tal, D. (2011). Conclusions: To open the closet. In Bar-Tal, D. (Ed.), Intergroup conflicts and their resolution: A social psychological perspective (pp. 335-341). New York: Psychology Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Halperin, E. (2011). Socio-psychological barriers to conflict resolution. In D., Bar-Tal (Ed.), Intergroup conflicts and their resolution: A social psychological perspective (pp. 217-240). New York: Psychology Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2011). Introduction: Conflicts and social psychology. In Bar-Tal, D. (Ed.), Intergroup conflicts and their resolution: A social psychological perspective (pp.1-38). New York: Psychology Press. Link

Halperin, E, Oren, N., & Bar-Tal, D (2010). Socio-psychological barriers to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: An analysis of the Jewish Israeli society (pp. 28-57). In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (Ed.), Barriers to peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies.  (Also published in Hebrew). Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2010). Culture of conflict: Evolvement, institutionalization, and consequences. In R. Schwarzer & P. A. Frensch (Eds.), Personality, human development, and culture: International perspectives on psychological science (Vol. 2, pp. 183-198). New York: Psychology Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D., Rosen, Y., & Nets, Z. R. (2010). Peace education in societies involved in intractable conflicts: Goals, conditions, and directions. In G., Salomon, & E., Cairns, (Eds.), Handbook of peace education (pp. 21-43). New York: Psychology Press. Link

Rosler, N., Bar-Tal, D., Sharvit, K., Halperin, E., & Raviv, A. (2009). Moral aspects of prolonged occupation: Implications for an occupying society. In S. Scuzzarello, C. Kinnvall, & K. R. Monroe (Eds.), On behalf of others: The psychology of care in a global world (pp.211-232). New York: Oxford University Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D.,& Halperin, E. (2009). Overcoming psychological barriers to peace process: The influence of beliefs about losses.  In M. Mikulincer & P. R. Shaver (Eds.), Prosocial motives, emotions and behaviors: The better angels of our nature (pp. 431-448). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association Press. Link
 

Bar-Tal, D., Magal, T., & Halperin, E. (2009). The paradox of security views in Israel: Socio-psychological explanation. In G. Sheffer & O. Barak (Eds.), Existential threats and civil security relations (pp. 219-247). Lanham MD: Lexington Books. (Also published in Politika, 2010, issue No 20, 123- 148, in Hebrew). Link

Bar-Tal, D. & Rosen, Y. (2009). Conditions for the development of peace education in societies involved in intractable conflict. In D. Berliner & H. Kupermintz (Eds.) Fostering change in institutions, environments, and people (pp. 231-249). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum

Bar-Tal, D. (2009). Reconciliation as a foundation of culture of peace. In J. de Rivera (Ed.), Handbook on building cultures for peace (pp. 363-377). New York: Springer. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Sharvit, K. (2008). The influence of the threatening transitional context on Israeli Jews’ reactions to Al Aqsa Intifada. In V. M. Esses & R. A. Vernon (Eds.) Explaining the breakdown of ethnic relations: Why neighbors kill (pp. 147-170). Oxford: Blackwell. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2008). Images of Arabs in Israeli Jewish society. In J. Bunzl & A. Senfft (Eds.). Between anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. Prejudices and projections in Europe and the Middle East. (Zwischen Antisemitismus und Islamophobie. Vorurteile und Projektionen in Europa und Nahost (pp. 195-227). Hamburg: VSA-Verlag (in German)

Teichman, Y., & Bar-Tal, D. (2008). Acquisition and development of a shared psychological intergroup repertoire in a context of intractable conflict. In S. M. Quintana & C. McKown (Eds.), Handbook of race, racism, and the developing child (pp.452-482).  New York: Wiley. Link

Nets-Zehngut, R., & Bar-Tal, D. (2007). The intractable Israeli-Palestinian conflict and possible pathways to peace. In J. Kuriansky (Ed.), Beyond bullets and bombs: Grassroots peacebuilding between Palestinians and Israelis (pp.3-13). Westport, CT: Praeger

Bar-Tal, D., & Sharvit, K. (2007). A psychological earthquake of the Israeli Jewish society: Changing opinions following the Camp David summit and the Al Aqsa Intifada. In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (Ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: From conflict resolution to conflict management. (pp. 169-202) Houndmills, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Also published in Hebrew by the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies in 2005.

Bar-Siman-Tov, Y., Lavie, E., Michael, K., & Bar-Tal, D. (2007). The Israeli-Palestinian violent confrontation: An Israeli perspective. In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (Ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: From conflict resolution to conflict management. (pp. 69-100) Houndmills, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Also published in Hebrew by the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies in 2005. Link

Sharvit, K., & Bar-Tal, D. (2007). Ethos of conflict in the Israeli media during the period of the violent confrontation. In Y. Bar-Siman-Tov (Ed.), The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: From conflict resolution to conflict management. (pp. 203-232) Houndmills, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Also published in Hebrew by the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies in 2005.


Bar-Tal, D., Saxe, L., Sud Lokshin, M., & Androphy, A. (2006). Evolving social identity among contemporary Russian Jews.: A trans-generational study of adolescent and parents. In E. Tartakovsky & V. Sobkin (Eds.), Community psychology: National experience in the global perspective (pp. 102-126). Moscow: GRA-FIX
 

Bar-Tal, D., & Salomon, G. (2006). Israeli-Jewish narratives of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Evolution, contents, functions, and consequences. In R. I. Rotberg (Ed.), Israeli and Palestinian narratives of conflict: History’s double helix (pp.19-46). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2006). Bridging between micro and macro perspectives in social psychology. In P.A.M. Van Lange, (Ed). Bridging social psychology: The benefits of transdisciplinary approaches (pp.341-346). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum

Kruglanski, A. W., Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Raviv, A., Sharvit, K., Ellis, S., Bar, R., Pierro, A., & Mannetti, L. (2005). Says who?: Epistemic authority effects in social judgment. In M. P. Zanna (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology (Vol. 37, pp.346-392). San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press.

Oren, N., & Bar-Tal, D. (2004). Delegitimization as an obstacle to peace process. In M. Sanchez-Mazas, & L. Licata (Eds.), L'Autre: regards psychosociaux (pp. 171-208). Grenoble: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble. (in French)

Oren, N., Bar-Tal, D, & David, O. (2004). Conflict, identity and ethos: The Israeli-Palestinian case. In Y-T, Lee, C. R. McCauley, F.M. Moghaddam, & S. Worchel (Ed.), Psychology of ethnic and cultural conflict (pp.133-154). Westport, CT: Praeger. Link

Bar-Tal, D., & Bennink, G. H. (2004). The nature of reconciliation as an outcome and as a process. In Y. Bar-Siman- Tov (Ed.). From conflict resolution to reconciliation (pp.11-38). Oxford: Oxford University Press (also published in Politika, 2002, Issue No 9, pp. 9-34 in Hebrew). Link



Bar-Tal, D., & Ben-Amos, A. (2004). Patriotism as a social psychological phenomenon: Introduction to the analysis of the Israeli case. In A. Ben-Amos & D. Bar-Tal (Eds.), Patriotism: Homeland love (pp.13-28). Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuhad (in Hebrew).

Oren, N., & Bar-Tal, D. (2004). Monopolization of patriotism in the Israeli society. In A. Ben-Amos & D. Bar-Tal (Eds.), Patriotism: Homeland love. (pp.363-398) Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuhad (in Hebrew).

Bar-Tal, D (2003). Thoughts about desirable policy of peace education in the State of Israel. In Y. Dror, D. Nevo, & R. Shapira (Eds.), Turns and returns in Israeli education: Policy guidelines for 2000s (pp. 209-222). Tel Aviv: Ramot (in Hebrew)

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, L. (2003). The societal perspective in social psychology. In J. Laszlo & W. Wagner. (Eds.), Theories and controversies in societal psychology (pp13-31). Budapest: New Mandate

Zafran, A., & Bar-Tal, D. (2003). Holocaust memory and its implications for peace process: The influence of fear and self-image as a victim on the Israeli security beliefs. In M Al-Haj & U. Ben-Eliezer (Eds.), In the name of security: The sociology of peace and war in

Israel in changing times (pp. 329-367). Haifa: Haifa University Press. (in Hebrew). 
 

Jarymowicz, M., & Bar-Tal, D. (2003). The dominance of fear over hope – Can it be changed? R. Jacoby and G. Keinan (Eds). Between stress and hope (pp.105-122). Westport, CT: Greenwood

Staub, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (2003) Genocide, mass killing and intractable conflict: Roots, evolution, prevention and reconciliation. In D. O. Sears, L. Huddy, R. Jervis (Eds.) Oxford handbook of political psychology (pp.710-751). New York: Oxford University Press.

Bar-Tal, D. (2003). Collective memory of physical violence: Its contribution to the culture of violence. In E. Cairns & M. D. Roe (Eds.). The role of memory in ethnic conflict (pp.77-93). Houndmills, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2002). The elusive nature of peace education. In G. Salomon & B. Nevo (Eds.), Peace education: The concept, principles and practice in the world. (pp.27-36). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (2002). The (social) psychological legacy for political psychology. In K. Monroe (Ed.) Political psychology (pp. 173-191).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bar-Tal, D. (2000). Culture of violence. In W. Kempf (Ed.), Conflict and violence (pp. 66-81). Munster, Germany: Agenda (in German).

Oppenheimer, L., Bar-Tal, D., & Raviv, A. (1999).  Understanding peace, conflict and war: An introduction.  In A. Raviv, L.

Oppenheimer, & D. Bar-Tal (Eds.). How children understand war and peace (pp. 1-24).  San Francisco: Jossey Bass. Link

Raviv, A., Bar-Tal, D., Koren-Silveshatz, L., & Raviv, A. (1999).  Beliefs about war, conflict and peace in Israel as a function of developmental, cultural and situational factors. In A. Raviv, L. Oppenheimer, & D. Bar-Tal (Eds.) How children understand war and peace (pp. 161-189).  San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Jacobson, D., & Bar-Tal, D. (1998). Introduction. In D. Bar-Tal, D., Jacobson, & A. Klieman (Eds.), Security concerns: Insights from the Israeli experience (pp. 1-11). Stamford, CT: JAI.

Bar-Tal, D., & Jacobson, D. (1998). The elusive concept of security and its expression in Israel. In D. Bar-Tal, D. Jacobson, & A. Klieman (Eds.), Security concerns: Insights from the Israeli experience (pp. 15-36). Stamford, CT:  JAI. 

Bar-Tal, D. (1998). Group beliefs as an expression of social identity. In S. Worchel, J.F. Morales, D. Paez, & J.C. Deschamps (Eds.), Social identity: International perspectives (pp. 93-113). Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.

Bar-Tal, D., & Staub, E. (1997). Patriotism: Its scope and meaning. In D. Bar-Tal & E. Staub (Eds.), Patriotism in the life of individuals and nations (pp. 1-19). Chicago: Nelson Hall. Link


Bar-Tal, D. (1997). The monopolization of patriotism. In D. Bar-Tal & E. Staub (Eds.), Patriotism in the life of individuals and nations (pp. 246-270). Chicago: Nelson Hall. (Also published in Psicologia Politica, 1995, 11, 41-67). Link

Bar-Tal, D. (1994). Delegitimization of the Jews in Germany, 1933-1945: A case of group beliefs. In C. Kulke & G. Lederer (Eds.), Der gewohnliche Antisemitisus (pp. 51-69). Pfaffenweiler, West Germany:  Centaurus.

Bar-Tal, D. (1993). American convictions about conflictive USA-USSR relations: A case of group beliefs. In S. Worchel & J. Simpson (Eds.), Conflict between people and peoples.  (pp. 193-213).  Chicago: Nelson Hall.

Kruglanski, A.W., Bar-Tal, D., & Klar, Y. (1993). A social cognitive theory of conflict. In K.S. Larsen (Ed.), Conflict and social psychology (pp. 45-56). London:  Sage.

Bar-Tal, Y., & Bar-Tal, D. (1991). Decision making models  of helping behavior: Process and contents. In W.M. Kurtines & J.L. Gewirtz (Eds.), Handbook of moral behavior and development.  (Vol. 2, pp. 1-24).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bar-Tal, D., Bar-Tal, Y., Geva, N., & Yarkin-Levin, K. (1991). Planning and performing interpersonal interaction: A cognitive-motivational approach. In W. Jones & D. Perlman (Eds.), Advances in personal relationships (Vol. 205-232). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Bar-Tal, D., & Saxe, L. (1990). Acquisition of political knowledge: A social psychological analysis.  In O. Ichilov (Ed.), Political socialization, citizenship education and democracy. (pp. 116-133). New York: Teachers College Press.

Bar-Tal, D. (1989). Delegitimization: The extreme case of stereotyping and prejudice. In D. Bar-Tal, C. Graumann, A.W. Kruglanski, & W. Stroebe (Eds.), Stereotyping and prejudice: Changing conceptions (pp. 169-188). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Bar-Tal, D. (1988). Delegitimizing relations between Israeli Jews and Palestinians: A social psychological analysis. In J. Hofman (Ed.), Arab-Jewish relations in Israel: A quest in human understanding (pp. 217-248). Bristol, Indiana: Wyndham Hall Press.

Klar, Y., Bar-Tal, D., & Kruglanski, A. (1988). Conflict as a cognitive schema. In W. Stroebe, A. Kruglanski, D. Bar-Tal, & M. Hewstone (Eds.), The social psychology of intergroup conflict (pp. 73-85). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Bar-Tal, D., & Kruglanski, A. (1988). The social psychology of knowledge: Its scope and meaning. In D. Bar-Tal & A. Kruglanski (Eds.), The social psychology of knowledge (pp. 1-14). Cambridge: University Cambridge Press.

Bar-Tal, D., & Bar-Tal, Y. (1988). A new perspective for social psychology. In D. Bar-Tal & A. Kruglanski (Eds.), The social psychology of knowledge (pp. 83-108). Cambridge: University Cambridge Press.

Bar-Tal, Y. & Bar-Tal, D. (1986) Social psychological analysis of classroom interaction. In R.S. Feldman (Ed.), The social psychology of education (pp. 132-149) New York: Cambridge University Press.

Bar-Tal, D. (1986). The Masada Syndrome: A case of central belief. In N. Milgram (Ed.), Stress and coping in time of war (pp. 32-51). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Bar-Tal, D., & Geva, N. (1986). A cognitive basis of international conflicts. In S. Worchel & W.B. Austin (Eds.), Psychology of intergroup relations (2nd ed. pp. 118-133). Chicago: Nelson-Hall. Link

Bar-Tal, D. (1984). American study of helping behavior: What, why and where. In Staub, E., Bar-Tal, D., Karylowski, J. & Reykowski, J. (Eds.), Development and maintenance of prosocial behavior (pp. 5-27). New York: Plenum.

Bar-Tal, D. & Raviv, D. (1982). A cognitive-learning model of helping behavior development: Possible implications and applications. In Eisenberg-Berg, N. (Ed.), The development of prosocial behavior (pp. 199-217). New York: Academic Press.

Bar-Tal, D. (1982). The effect of teachers' behavior on pupils' attributions: A review. In C. Antaki and C. Breisin (Eds.), Attributions and psychological change: A guide to the use of attribution theory in the clinic and classroom (pp. 177-194). London: Academic Press.

Bar-Tal, D., Sharabany, R., & Raviv, A. (1981). Cognitive basis of the development of altruistic behavior. In V. J. Derlega and J. Grzelak (Eds.), Cooperation and helping behavior: Theories and research (pp. 377-396). New York: Academic Press.

Bar-Tal, D., & Geser, D. (1981) Cooperation in the classroom: Conceptualization and observation. In S. Sharan, A.P. Hare, C. Webb and R. Lazarowitz (Eds.), Cooperation in education (pp. 212-225). Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press.

Frieze, I., & Bar-Tal, D. (1979). Attribution theory: Past and present. In I. Frieze, D. Bar-Tal, and J.S. Carroll (Eds.), New approaches to social problems: Applications of attribution theory  (pp. 1-20). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Bar-Tal, D. (1979). Interactions of teachers and pupils. In I. Frieze, D. Bar-Tal and J.S. Carroll (Eds.), New approaches to social problems: Applications of attribution theory (pp. 337-358). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 

Bar-Tal, D. (1978). Social outcomes of schooling process and their taxonomy. In D. Bar-Tal and L. Saxe (Eds.), Social psychology of education: Theory and research (pp. 149-164). New York: Halsted.

Reviews

 

Review of The Arab-Israeli conflict in Israeli history textbooks, 1948-2000, by Elie Podeh. (2002). Westport, CT In Middle East Journal, 56(3) (Summer 2002), 529-530.

Review of The Israeli-Palestinian conflict in history and civics textbooks of both nations by Ruth Firer & Sami Adwan, (2004). Hanover, Verlag Hahnsche Buchhandlung. In Journal of Peace Eudcation, 2007, 4(1), 117-119

Other Publications:

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Frieze, I. (1975). Attributions of success and failure for males and females as actors and observers. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center. (LRDC Publication, 1975/8).

 

Bar-Tal, D. (1975). Individual differences and attributional analysis of achievement-related behavior.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and development Center. (LRDC Publication, 1975/17). A summary published in Research in Education, 11(4), 171, 1976.

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Frieze, I. (1975). Achievement motivation and gender as determinants of attributions to success and failure. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center. (LRDC Publication, 1975/26).

 

Bar-Tal, D., Bar-Tal, Y., & Leinhardt, G. (1975). The environment locus of control, and feelings of satisfaction. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center. (LRDC Publication, 1975/27).

 

Bar-Tal, D. (1975). Social outcomes of the schooling process. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center, 1975. (LRDC Publication, 1976/1).

 

Leinhardt, G., Walker, A., & Bar-Tal, D. (1976). Autonomy in education: A research approach. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center, (LRDC Publication, 1976/16).

 

Bar-Tal, D., Darom, E., & Sorek, Y. (1979). Educational, national and social attitudes of high school teachers. Jerusalem: Ministry of Education and Culture. (Research Report).

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Goldberg, M. (1981). The formation of attributions among school pupils. A research report of Tel-Aviv University. Tel-Aviv.

 

Raviv, A., Vizner, E., & Bar-Tal, D. (1981). A national survey of school psychologists. Jerusalem: Ministry of Education and Culture, (Research Report).

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Jacobson, D. (1996). Security beliefs in Israel:  A psychological analysis. Tel Aviv: The Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research, Tel Aviv University.  (Hebrew).

 

Bar-Tal, D. (1996). The rocky road toward peace: Societal beliefs in times of intractable conflict -- The Israeli case.  NCYW Research Institute for Innovation in Education, School of Education, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-Tal, D., & Oren, N. (2000). Ethos as an expression of identity: Its changes in transition from conflict to peace in the Israeli case (discussion paper No. 83). Jerusalem: The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.