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Biography

Dr. Yoram Bar-Tal
Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine

Tel-Aviv University, Israel


Email: yoramb@post.tau.ac.il


Qualifications

1985 Ph.D., Social Psychology, Boston University, USA

1979 M.S., Social Psychology, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

1977 B.S., Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology, Tel-Aviv University, Israel


Publications (Selected)

  1. Bar-Tal, Y., Kishon-Rabin, L. & Tabak, N. (1997). The effect of need and ability to achieve cognitive structure on cognitive structuring. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73, 1158-1176.
  2. Bar-Tal, Y., Raviv, A. & Spitzer, A. (1999). Individual differences that moderate the effect of stress on information processing. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 77, 33-51.
  3. Bar-Mor, G., Bar-Tal, Y., Krulik, T. & Zeevi, B. (2000). Self-Efficacy and physical activity in adolescents with non- severe congenital heart disease. Cardiology in the Young, 10, 561-566.
  4. Otten, S., & Bar-Tal. Y.(2002). Self-anchoring in the minimal group paradigm: The impact of need and ability to achieve cognitive structure. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 5, 267-284.
  5. Bar-Noy, S., Bar-Tal, Y., & Treister, L. (2003). Effect of unrealistic optimism, perceived control over disease,and experience with female cancer of behavioral intentions of Israeli Women to undergo screening tests. Cancer Nursing, 26, 345-351.
  6. Zysberg, A., Bar-Tal, Y., & Krulik, T. (2003). The presence of nursing students and its influence on the quality of care provided by staff nurses. Nursing Outlook, 51, 102-107.
  7. Bar-Tal, Y. & Guinote, A. (2002). Who exhibits more stereotyping thinking? The effect of need and ability to achieve cognitive structure on stereotyping. European Journal of personality, 16, 313-331.
  8. Barnoy, S., Bar-Tal, Y., & Treister, L. (2003). Effect of unrealistic optimism, perceived control over disease, and experience with female cancer on behavioral intentions of Israeli women to undergo screening tests. Cancer Nursing, 26, 363-369.
  9. Kagan, I., Kigli-Shemesh., R., & Bar-Tal, Y. (2004). Reactions of staff members to the relocation of a psychiatric department into a new building. Psychiatric Services, 55, 717-719.
  10. Bar-Tal, Y., Barnoi, S., & Zisser, B. (2005). Whose informational needs are considered? A comparison between cancer patients and their spouses' perceptions of their own and their partners knowledge and informational needs. Social Science and Medicine, 60, 1459-1465.