Keren Sharvit
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A new stress-based model of political extremism: Personal exposure to terrorism, psychological distress, and exclusionist political attitudes
D Canetti-Nisim, E Halperin, K Sharvit, SE Hobfoll
Journal of Conflict Resolution 53 (3), 363-389, 2009
Terrorism—A (self) love story: Redirecting the significance quest can end violence.
AW Kruglanski, JJ Bélanger, M Gelfand, R Gunaratna, M Hettiarachchi, ...
American Psychologist 68 (7), 559, 2013
Says who? Epistemic authority effects in social judgment
AW Kruglanski, A Raviv, D Bar-Tal, A Raviv, K Sharvit, S Ellis, L Mannetti
Advances in experimental social psychology 37 (37), 345-92, 2005
Ethos of conflict: The concept and its measurement.
D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit, E Halperin, A Zafran
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 18 (1), 40, 2012
The psychology of martyrdom: making the ultimate sacrifice in the name of a cause.
JJ Bélanger, J Caouette, K Sharvit, M Dugas
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (3), 494, 2014
Emotion and emotion regulation in intergroup conflict: An appraisal-based framework
E Halperin, K Sharvit, JJ Gross
Intergroup conflicts and their resolution, 83-103, 2011
Protected by ethos in a protracted conflict? A comparative study among Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem
I Lavi, D Canetti, K Sharvit, D Bar-Tal, SE Hobfoll
Journal of Conflict Resolution 58 (1), 68-92, 2014
Socio-psychological implications for an occupying society: The case of Israel
E Halperin, D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit, N Rosler, A Raviv
Journal of Peace Research 47 (1), 59-70, 2010
‘If I don't get blown up...’: realism in face of terrorism in an Israeli nationwide sample
Y Klar, D Zakay, K Sharvit
Risk, Decision and Policy 7 (2), 203-219, 2002
To feel or not to feel when my group harms others? The regulation of collective guilt as motivated reasoning
K Sharvit, M Brambilla, M Babush, FP Colucci
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (9), 1223-1235, 2015
Thinking about Arabs and Muslims makes Americans shoot faster: Effects of category accessibility on aggressive responses in a shooter paradigm
J Mange, WY Chun, K Sharvit, JJ Belanger
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (5), 552-556, 2012
Ideological orientation and social context as moderators of the effect of terrorism: The case of Israeli‐Jewish public opinion regarding peace
K Sharvit, D Bar‐Tal, A Raviv, A Raviv, R Gurevich
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (1), 105-121, 2010
Mothers’ and fathers’ reluctance to seek psychological help for their children
A Raviv, K Sharvit, A Raviv, S Rosenblat-Stein
Journal of Child and Family Studies 18, 151-162, 2009
The influence of the threatening transitional context on Israeli Jews' reactions to Al Aqsa Intifada.
D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit
Blackwell Publishing, 2008
Support for self‐censorship among Israelis as a barrier to resolving the Israeli‐Palestinian conflict
B Hameiri, K Sharvit, D Bar‐Tal, E Shahar, E Halperin
Political Psychology 38 (5), 795-813, 2017
Do I shoot faster because I am thinking about an outgroup or a threatening outgroup?
J Mange, K Sharvit, N Margas, C Sénémeaud
Social Psychology, 2015
How conflict begets conflict: Activation of the ethos of conflict in times of distress in a society involved in an intractable conflict
K Sharvit
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 252-261, 2014
Moral aspects of prolonged occupation: Implications for an occupying society.
N Rosler, D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit, E Halperin, A Raviv
Oxford University Press, 2009
Self-censorship in contexts of conflict
D Bar-Tal, R Nets-Zehngut, K Sharvit
Cham: Springer. doi 10, 978-3, 2017
The Social Psychology of Intractable Conflicts: Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar-Tal, Volume I
E Halperin, K Sharvit
Springer, 2015
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