Prof. Meni Koslowsky

Full Professor
Koslowsky Meni
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MENI KOSLOWSKY, Professor (1997- ); Chairman, Psychology (2010-)  Vice-Chairman, Department of Psychology, (1999-2001); Head, Section of Social/Industrial Psychology (1986-89) Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel

Phone: +972-3-5318594


Fax: +972-3-7384105


1964-1968  BS   Psychology: City College of New York                         

1968-1972  PhD Social/Applied Psychology: Columbia University              

Areas of Interest

  • Personnel Selection
  • Organizational Withdrawal and Counterproductive Behavior
  • Social Power and Influence
  • Stress-strain relationship at work
  • Methodology- Meta Analysis; SEM; HLM; Multivariate Techniques

Fellow, American Psychological Association

Fellow, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Division 14 of APA

Committee or Board Member: Emunah-Efrata College; Herzog College/OU Israel/ad hoc reviewer for Council of Higher Education/Applied Psychology; Journal of Business and Psychology; International Journal of Manpower/Advisory Committee for Spiritual Advisory (critically ill patients) Certification    



Koslowsky, M., Pindek, S., & Malkin, G. (accepted for publication). Improving personnel selection: Identifying the best choices. New York: Springer.

Sagie, A., Stashevsky, S., & Koslowsky, M. (Editors, 2003). Misbehavior and dysfunctional attitudes in organizations. London: Palgrave Publishers (MacMillan Global Academic Publishers)

Koslowsky, M. & Krausz, M. (Editors, 2002). Voluntary employee withdrawal and inattendance. New York: Plenum Publishing.

Sagie, A. & Koslowsky, M. (2000). Participation and empowerment: Modeling, effectiveness, and applications Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

Koslowsky, M. (1998). Modeling the stress-strain relationship in work settings. London: Routledge Publishers.

Koslowsky, M., Kluger, A. N., & Reich, M. (1995). Commuting stress: Causes, effects, and methods of coping. New York: Plenum Publishing.



Koslowsky, M.,  Weisberg, J., Yaniv. E., and Zaitman-Speiser, I. (in press). Ease of movement and sector affiliation as moderators of the organizational and career commitment - turnover intentions link. International Journal of Manpower.

Marom, M., &  Koslowsky, M. (in press).  Nurses’ voluntary turnover during early hospital career as predicted by depressive symptoms and anxiety symptoms International Journal of Psychological Studies.

Shamoa-Nir, L. & Koslowsky, M. (in press). The relationship between driver's characteristics and aggressive driving. Magamot,  

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M., & Bernstein, E. (in press). Power Tactic Usage by Gender at Work and Home: Past, Present, and Future. International Journal of Conflict Management

Jacobson, L., Koslowsky, M., & Lavidor, M. (2012). tDCS polarity effects in  motor and cognitive domains: A meta- analytical review. Experimental Brain Research, 216, 1-10.

Lev, S. & Koslowsky, M. (2012). Teacher gender as a moderator of the job embeddedness-OCB relationship. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42, 81-99.

Lev, S. & Koslowsky, M.. (2012). On-the-job embeddedness as a mediator between conscientiousness and school teachers' contextual performance. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 21,57-83.

Pindek, S. & Koslowsky, M. (2011). Impression management: Influencing perceptions of self. In D. Chadee, Theories in Social Psychology (280-296). Oxford: Wiley Blackwell

Goldenhersh, M. & Koslowsky, M. (2011). Increased melanoma after regular sunscreen use? (Response article). Journal of Clinical Oncology. 29, 557-558.

Koslowsky, M. Barhav, H., & Schwarzwald, J. (2011). Management style as a mediator of the social distance-influence tactics relationship. International Journal of Conflict Management, 22, 264-277.

Koslowsky, M. & Pindek, S. (2010). Impression management in D. Chadee (Ed.) Theories in Social Psychology (Ch. 12). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Kozulin, A. Lebeer, J. Madella-Noja, A. Gonzalez, F., Jeffrey, I. Rosenthal, N. & Koslowsky, M. (2010), Cognitive modifiability of children with cognitive impairment of neurological origin: a multicentre study using Feuerstein’s Instrumental Enrichment – Basic programme. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 31, 551-559.

Weisberg, J., Pindek, S., & Koslowsky, M. (2010) HRM in Israel. Human Resources Management Review (Editors of special issue)

Pindek, S., Weisberg, J. & Koslowsky, M. (2010). HRM in Israel: A multi-faceted perspective. In J. Weisberg, S. Pindek, and M. Koslowsky (eds.) HRM in Israel. Human Resources Management Review (special issue), 20, 173-175.

Shamoa-Nir, L. & Koslowsky, M. (2010). Aggressive behavior of drivers: A new questionnaire defining the difference between hostile and instrumental behavior while driving. In Niklas Lange and Marie Wagner (Eds.) Community Psychology (Chapter 10). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Koslowsky, M. (2009). A multi-level model of withdrawal: Integrating and synthesizing theory and findings. Human Resources Management Review, 19, 283-303.

Lev, S. & Koslowsky, M. (2009). Moderating the collective and self-efficacy relationship. Journal of Educational Administration, 47, 452-462..

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M. (2008). Gender role ideology as a moderator of the relationship between social power tactics and marital satisfaction. Sex Roles : A Journal of Research, 59, 657-669.

Koslowsky, M., Schwarzwald, J., Keshet, S. (2008). Moderators of social power usage for In-group/Out-group targets: An experimental paradigm. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 3036-3052

Koslowsky, M. (2007). Organizational withdrawal: Lateness. In S. Rogleberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M., & Brody-Shamir, S. (2006). Factors related to perceived power usage in schools. British Journal of Educational Psychology,76, 445-462.

Schwarzwald, J., & Koslowsky, M. (2006). The Interpersonal Power Interaction Model: Theoretical, empirical, and methodological reflections. In D. Chadee and J. Young (Eds.), Current Themes in Social Psychology. (pp. 123-145). St. Augustine, Trinidad: SOCS, The University of the West Indies.

Keshet, R., Kark, R., Pomerantz-Zorin, L., Koslowsky, M., & Schwarzwald, J. (2006). Gender, status, and the use of power strategies. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 105-117

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M., & Allouf, M. (2005). Group membership, status, and social power preference. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35, 644-655.

Stashevsky, S. & Koslowsky, M. and (2005). "Leadership, team cohesiveness, and team performance" in S. Stashevsky and M. Koslowsky (Eds.) International Journal of Manpower: Special Issue on Individual, Group, and Corporate Antecedents of Organizational Outcomes, 27, 63-74.

Koslowsky, M. & Stashevsky, S. (2005). "Organizational values and social power" in S. Stashevsky and M. Koslowsky (Eds.) International Journal of Manpower: Special Issue on Individual, Group, and Corporate Antecedents of Organizational Outcomes, 27, 23-34.

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M., & Ochana-Levin, T (2004). Usage of and Compliance with Power Tactics in Routine versus Nonroutine Work Settings. Journal of Business and Psychology, 18, 385-402.

Koslowsky, M. & Merom, M. (2004). Stress measures as predictors of intention to leave and turnover. In R. Griffeth & P. Hom (Eds.), Innovative theory and empirical research on employee turnover. (pp. 83-101). Grenwich, CT: Innovative Age Publishing.

Dishon-Berkovits, M. & Koslowsky, M. (2002). Determinants of employee punctuality. Journal of Social Psychology, 142, 723-739.

Stashevsky, S., Koslowsky, M. & Sagie, A. (December, 2002). Guest Editors: International Journal of Manpower. Also, Stashevsky, S., Koslowsky, M. & Sagie, A. (2002). New personnel perspectives on the work environment. International Journal of Manpower

Koslowsky, M., Sagie, A, & Stashevsky, S. (July, Vol. 2, 2002). Guest Editors: Attitudes and Behaviors in Organizations. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management; Also, Koslowsky, M., Sagie, A, & Stashevsky, S. (2002). Introduction: Cultural relativism and universalism in organizational behaviors. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management, 2, 131-135.

Koslowsky, M. (2001). New organizational perspectives on coping with work stress. In M. Erez, H. Thierry, & U. Kleinbeck (Eds.) Work Motivation in the Context of a Globalizing Economy (pp. 313-327). Mahwah, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Schwarzwald, J. & Koslowsky, M. (2001). Captain's leadership type and police officers' compliance to power bases. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 10, 273-290. (2001 AWARD FOR BEST JOURNAL ARTICLE IN LEADERSHIP BY CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP).

Koslowsky, M. & Dishon-Berkovits, M. (2001). Self-report measures of employee lateness: Conceptual and methodological issues. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 10, 145-159.

Koslowsky, M., Schwarzwald, J., Ashuri, S. (2001). On the relationship between subordinate's compliance to power sources and organizational attitudes. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 50, 455-476.

Koslowsky, M. & Schwarzwald, J. (2001). Power Interaction Model: Theory, Methodology, and Practice. In A. Y. Lee-Chai & John Bargh (Eds.). The use and abuse of power: Multiple perspectives on the causes of corruption (pp. 195-214). Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

Koslowsky, M. (2000). A new perspective on employee lateness. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 49, 390-407.

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M., & Mager-Bibi, T. (1999). Peer ratings versus peer nominations during training as predictors of actual performance. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 35, 360-372. .

Schwarzwald, J. & Koslowsky, M. (1999). Gender, self-esteem, and focus of interest in the use of power strategies by adolescents in conflict situations. Journal of Social Issues, 55, 15-32.

Sagie, A. & Koslowsky, M. (1998). Extra- and intra-organizational values and behavior: A multiple level model. In D. M. Rousseau and C. L. Cooper (Eds.), Trends in Organizational Behavior. (Vol. 5), 155-174.

Koslowsky, M. (1998). Commuting and mental health. In H. S. Friedman (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Mental Health. (Vol. 1, pp. 521-530). New York: Academic Press.

Raven, B., Schwarzwald, J, & Koslowsky, M. (1998). Conceptualizing and measuring a power/interaction model of interpersonal influence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28, 307-332.

Krausz, M., Koslowsky, M., & Aizer, A. (1998). Distal and proximal influences on turnover intentions and satisfaction: Support for a withdrawal progression theory. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 52, 59-71.

Koslowsky, M., Sagie, A., Krausz, M., Dolman (Singer), A. (1997). Correlates of employee lateness: Some theoretical considerations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 82, 79-88.

Koslowsky, M., Sagie, A., & Goldenhersh, M. (1997). A prediction model of state anxiety in a medical setting. Work and Stress, 11, 87-93.

Koslowsky, M. (1997). Commuting stress: Problems of definition and variable identification. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 46, 153-173.

Bleich, A., Koslowsky, M., Dolev, A., & Lerer, B. (1997). Posttraumatic stress disorder and depression: An analysis of comorbidity. British Journal of Psychiatry, 170, 479-482.

Koslowsky, M., Solomon, Z., Bleich, A., & Laor, N. (1996). Effects of stressful stimuli: A comparison between two time periods. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 279-283.

Sagie, A., & Koslowsky, M. (1996). Decision type, organizational control, and acceptance of change: An integrative approach to participative decision making (PDM). Applied Psychology: An International Review, 45, 85-92.

Koslowsky, M., Aizer, A., Krausz, M. (1996). Stressor and personal variables in the commuting experience. Journal of Manpower, 17, 4-14.

Guest editor of special issue on work values for Journal of Organizational Behavior, 17, 1996 (Chichester, England: Wiley) Also, Sagie, A., Elizur, D, & Koslowsky, M. (1996). Work Values: Theoretical overview and a model of their effects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 17, 503-514.

Krausz, M. & Koslowsky, M. (1995). Impact of shiftwork and department type upon strain and attitudinal measures of hospital nurses. Work and Stress, 9, 88-94.

Krausz, M., & Koslowsky, M., Shalom, N., & Elyakim, N. (1995). Prediction of intention to leave the ward, the hospital, and the nursing profession: A longitudinal study. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 16, 277-288.

Sagie, A., Elizur, D., & Koslowsky, M. (1995). Decision type, participative decision making (PDM), and organizational behavior: An experimental simulation. Human Performance, 8, 81-94.

Koslowsky, M., & Sagie, A. (1994). Components of artifactual variance in meta-analysis. Personnel Psychology, 47, 561-574.

Bleich, A., Dolev, A., Koslowsky, M., Wozner, J., & Lever, B. (1994). Psychiatric morbidity after psychological trauma. Journal of the Israel Medical Association (Harefuah, In Hebrew), 126, 492-496.

Koslowsky, M., Scheinberg, Z., Bleich, A., Mark, M., Apter, A., Danon, Y., & Solomon, Z. (1994). Predicting actual weight from self-report data. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 54, 168-174.

Koslowsky, M., Solomon, Z., Bleich, A., & Laor, N. (1994). Reactions to stress during the Persian Gulf War: The use of structural equations for testing the Horowitz Model. Assessment, 1(2), 143-149.

Scheinberg, Z., Koslowsky, M., Bleich, A., Mark, M., Apter, A., Danon, Y., Solomon, Z., & Babur, I. (1993). Sensitivity, specificity, and positive predictive value as measures of prediction accuracy: The case of the EAT-26. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 53, 831-839.

Koslowsky, M., & Krausz, M. (1993). On the relationship between commuting, stress symptoms, and attitudinal measures: A LISREL application. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 29, 485-492.

Sagie, A., & Koslowsky, M. (1993). Organizational attitudes and behaviors as a function of participation in strategic and tactical change decisions: An application of path-goal theory. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 15, 37-47.

Koslowsky, M. (1993). A comparison of different attitude-behavior models for predicting attrition in higher education. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 29, 359-365.

Koslowsky, M., & Sagie, A. (1993). On the efficacy of credibility intervals as indicators of moderator effects in meta-analytic research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 14, 695-699.

Koslowsky, M., & Schwarzwald, J. (1993). The use of power tactics to gain compliance: Testing aspects of Raven'(1988) theory in conflictual situations. Social Behavior and Personality, 21, 135-144.

Sagie, A., &Koslowsky, M. (1993). Detecting moderators with meta-analysis: An evaluation and comparison of techniques. Personnel Psychology, 46, 629-640

Solomon, Z., L, ., Weiler, D., Muller, U., Hadar, O., Waysman, M., Koslowsky, M., Ben Yakov, M., & Bleich, A. (1993). The psychological impact of the Gulf War: A study of acute stress in Israeli evacuees. Archives of General Psychiatry (response piece), 50, 320-321.

Koslowsky, M., & Sagie A. (1992). Meta-Rand: A SAS macro program for randomly generated meta-analysis. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 52, 915-917.

Scheinberg, Z., Apter, A., Bleich, A., Koslowsky, M., Mark, M., Babur, I., & Danon, Y. (1992). The prevalence of eating disorders among female recruits in the Israel Defense Force. Journal of the Israel Medical Association (Harefuah, In Hebrew), 123, 73-80.

Sagie, A., & Koslowsky, M. (1992). Meta_SAS: A method for detecting moderators after a meta-analysis. Psychometrika, 57, 316.

Bleich, A., Dycian, A., Koslowsky, M., Solomon, Z., & Wiener, M. (1992). Psychiatric implications of missile attacks on a civilian population: Israeli lessons from the Gulf War. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 268, 613-615.

--- Also appeared in Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry, (Nov.-Dec., 1992), 245.

Schwarzwald, J., Koslowsky, M., & Shalit, B. (1992). A field study of employees' attitudes and behaviors after promotion decisions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77, 511-514.

Koslowsky, M., Babkoff, H., & Schwartz, D. (1992). Meta- analysis of the relationship between sleep deprivation and performance. Chronobiology, 9, 132-136.

Koslowsky, M., Bleich, A., Apter, A., Solomon, Z., Wagner, B., & Grinspoon, A. (1992). Structural equation modeling of some of the determinants of suicide risk. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 65, 157-165.

--Also appeared as condensed article in Psychiatry Digest, (1993), 5, 3-4.

Koslowsky, M., Scheinberg, Z., Bleich, A., & Solomon, Z. (1992). The factor structure and criterion validity of the short form of the Eating Attitude Test (EAT-26). Journal of Personality Assessment, 58, 27-35.

Koslowsky, M., Bleich, A., Grinspoon, A., Wagner, B., Apter, A., & Solomon, Z. (1991). Assessing the validity of the Plutchik Suicide Risk Scale. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 25, 155-158.

Solomon, Z., Bleich, A., & Koslowsky, M. (1991). PTSD: Issues of comorbidity. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 25, 89-94.

Koslowsky, M., & Caspy, T. (1991). Stepdown analysis of variance: A refinement. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 12, 555-560.

Koslowsky, M., & Elizur, D. (1990). Work values and commitment. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Work Values, Prague, Czechoslovakia (pp. 79-82).

Koslowsky, M., & Bar-Zeev, U. (1990). Attitude profiles of the anonymous responder. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 26, 359-364.

Sagie, A., Elizur, D., & Koslowsky, M. (1990). Effect of participation in strategic or tactical decision on acceptance of planned change. Journal of Social Psychology, 130(4), 459-465.

Koslowsky, M. (1990). Staff/line distinctions in job and organizational commitment. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 4(63), 167-173.

Koslowsky, M., Caspy, T., & Lazar, M. (1990). An empirical comparison of commitment scales. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20(13), 1063-1075.

Koslowsky, M., Hoffman, M., & Lazar, A. (1990). Predicting behavior on a computer from intentions, attitudes, and experience. Current Psychology: Research and Reviews, 9(4), 75-83.

Koslowsky, M., Lazar, A., & Hoffman, M. (1989). Students' computer activity as a function of prior experience. Educational Technology, 9, 44-47.

Koslowsky, M., & Locke, G. (1989). Turnover and aggregate organizational performance. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 38(2), 121-129.

Koslowsky, M., Kluger, A., & Yinon, Y. (1988). Predicting behavior: Combining intention with investment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 73(1), 102-106.

Koslowsky, M., & Maoz, O. (1988). Commitment and personality variables as discriminators among sports referees. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 10, 262-269.

Koslowsky, M., Caspy, T., & Lazar, M. (1988). Are volunteers more committed than nonvolunteers? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 18, 985-991.

Koslowsky, M., Lazar, A., & Hoffman, M. (1988). Validating an attitude toward computer scale. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 48, 517-521.

Koslowsky, M. (1988). Using effect coding for comparing models in social research. Social Behavior and Personality, 16, 85-89.

Kluger, A., & Koslowsky, M. (1988). Commitment and academic success. Social Behavior and Personality, 16(2), 121-125.

Koslowsky, M. (1987). Antecedents and consequences of turnover: An integrated systems approach. Genetic, Social and General Psychology Monographs, 113, 269-292.

Koslowsky, M. (1987). Career commitment as a predictor of behavioral outcomes. Journal of Social Psychology, 127(5), 435-444.

Koslowsky, M., & Locke, G. (1986). Decision rules for increasing the rate of successfully classified respondents. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 22, 187-193.

Koslowsky, M., & Kluger, A. (1986). Commitment to participation in musical activities: An extension and application of the investment model. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 16(9), 831-844.

Koslowsky, M. (1985). Generalizing classification tables to large populations. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 45, 265-269.

Koslowsky, M. (1979). Univariate and multivariate analysis of categorical variables. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 39, 747-752.

Koslowsky, M., Croog, S., & Lavoie, I. (1978). Perception of the etiology of illness: Causal attributions in a heart patient population. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 47, 475-485.

Deren, S., & Koslowsky, M. (1977). Personality sex differences of institutionalized drug addicts and treatment implications. International Journal of the Addictions, 12, 541-551.

Koslowsky, M., Pratt, G., & Wintrob, R. (1976). An application of Guttman scale analysis to physicians' attitudes regarding abortion. Journal of Applied Psychology, 61, 301-304.

Koslowsky, M., Deren, S., & Sofer, S. (1976). Clinical decision making: Using selection ratios to predict intelligence. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 44, 771-774.

Croog, S., Koslowsky, M., & Levine, S. (1976). Personality self-perceptions of male heart patients and their wives: Issues of congruence and coronary personality. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 43, 927-937.

Koslowsky, M., & Bailit, H. (1975). A measure of reliability using qualitative data. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 35, 843-846.

Koslowsky, M., & Levett, C. (1975). Intellectual functioning in a sample of. institutionalized narcotic addicts. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 31, 578-582.

Koslowsky, M., & Deren, S. (1975). A comparison of three procedures for classifying addicts. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 43, 433.

Koslowsky, M., & Stanakitas, J. (1975). On the perception of environmental variables in pediatric offices. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 40, 771-774.

Church, M., Koslowsky, M., & Bailit, H. (1974). A program for determining profile similarity for purposes of classification. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 34, 155-158.

Koslowsky, M., Bailit, H., & Valluzzo, P. (1974). Satisfaction of the patient and the provider: Evaluation by questionnaire. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 34, 188-194.

Bailit, H., Koslowsky, M. et al. (1974). Quality of dental care: Development of care: Development of standards. Journal of the American Dental Association, 89, 842-853.

Koslowsky, M. (1973). Stereotypes of four ethnic groups. Journal of Psychology, 85, 287-295.



Papers presented at more than 60 international conferences

Other Professional Activities (2005-

1. President: International Society for The Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV, 2004-2006)

Executive Committee of ISSWOV (2006-

2. Editorial Boards: Applied Psychology: An International Review (2006-;); Journal of Business and Psychology (2009- )

Group and Organization Methods (2003-2006); International Journal of Manpower (2002- ); Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2009- )

3. Psychometric Advisor, WAIS- 3, Hebrew Version (2000-

4. Vice President, Member of Board of Directors, OU/NCSY in Israel (2000-

5. Head, Academic Advisory Council, Efrata/Emunah College (2006-

6. Member, Academic Advisory Council, Herzog College (2006-

7. Ministry of Education, Council for Higher Education, Committee for Accreditation for new Business School/Psychology program (2006-

8. Member, Ministry of Health, Social/Industrial Professional Licensing Council (2007-

9. Ministry of Education, (through Taldor, Marmonet, Petach Tikvah), Evaluation of Doctorates from non-Israeli Universities (2007-2008)



1. 1994-1996: (with Prof. J. Schwarzwald) Israel Foundations Trustees (Ford, Grant No. 01-94)

Title: Exogenous and Mediating Variables in the Choice Process of Power Tactics in Conflict Situations

2. 2001-2002: (with Prof. J. Schwarzwald) Israel Foundations Trustees (Ford, Grant No. 10-00)

Title: Interpersonal versus Intergroup Context In the Preference of Power Strategies



         מנחה מ.א. ודוקטורט

Withdr awal (turnover, lateness, absences)

Tests and measurements

Social power

MetaAnalysis and Lisrel applications