Prof. Shmuel Shulman

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Shulman Shmuel
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NAME:  Shmuel Shulman, PhD

 

DATE OF BIRTH:  October 19, 1947

 

MARITAL STATUS:  Married; three children

 

CURRENT ADDRESS:

 

   University:     Department of Psychology

                          Bar-Ilan University

                          Ramat-Gan 52900, ISRAEL

                          Tel.:  972-3-531 8594                                   Fax:  972-3-535 0267

                          e-mail:  shulman@mail.biu.ac.il

 

   Home:            13 Spinoza Street

                          Ra’anana 43588, ISRAEL

                          Tel.:  972-9-771 1830

 

 

EDUCATION:

 

Period of Study              Institution                                      Degree                  Date of Award

 

1970-1973                    Bar-Ilan University                        BA                       1974

                                      Department of Psychology                                               

 

1973-1976                    Bar-Ilan University                        MA                      1976

                                      Department of Psychology

 

1976-1981                    Bar-Ilan University                        PhD                      1981

                                      Department of Psychology

 

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

 

1976-1982         Instructor, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

1982-1983         Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

1983-1987         Lecturer, School of Education, Tel-Aviv University

 

1987-1988         Visiting Fellow, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, USA

 

1988-1992         Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Tel-Aviv University

 


 

1989, ‘90,          Visiting Fellow, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, USA

‘91, ‘92 (summer)                                          

 

1992-1994         Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

1994-2001         Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

1994-1998         Head of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

1999-2002     Chairman, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

2000-present     Professor, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University

 

2003-2004          Visiting Professor, Yale University School of Medicine

2005-2010           Dean of Students, Bar Ilan University

2010-2011          Visiting Professor, LaMarsh Centre York University Toronto, Canada

Summer 2011       Visting Professor, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

Winter    2014        Visiting Professor, LaMarsh Centre York University Toronto 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

 

1974-1980         Staff Psychologist, Adolescent Inpatient Unit, Abarbanel Psychiatric Hospital, Bat Yam, Israel

 

1980-1983         Staff Psychologist, Children’s and Adolescents’ Clinic, Jaffa Mental Health Center,

                          Israel

 

1983-1987         Senior Psychologist, Children’s and Adolescents’ Clinic, Jaffa Mental Health Center,

                          Israel

 

1984-1987         Head of Family Therapy Training, Children’s and Adolescents’ Clinic, Jaffa Mental

                          Health Center, Israel

2003-2010         Founder and consultant, Youth Clinic Shalvata Medical center for Mental Health, 

 

 

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

 

Israel Psychological Association (IPA), Clinical Section

Israel Family Therapy Association

Society for Research in Child Development (USA)

Society for Research on Adolescence (USA)

International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development

Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood


 

Publications

BOOKS:

 

1.      Shulman, S., & Collins, W. A. (Eds.). (1993).  Father-adolescent relationships.  San        

    Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

2.     Shulman, S. (Ed.). (1995).  Close relationships and socioemotional development.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex. 

 

 

3.     Shulman, S., & Seiffge-Krenke, I. (1997).  Father-adolescent relationships: Developmental and clinical perspectives.  London: Routledge. 

 

4.     Shulman, S., & Collins, W. A. (Eds.). (1997).  Romantic relationships in adolescence: Processes and development.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

5. Shulman, S. & Nurmi, J. A.- Editors  (2010). The role of goals in navigating  individual lives during Emerging Adulthood. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

 

EDITED VOLUMES:

 

1.     Shulman, S., & Seiffge-Krenke, I. (Eds.). (2001).  Adolescent romantic relationships.  Journal of Adolescence, 3 [Special Issue].

2. 

Welsh, D. & Shulman, S. (Eds.) (2008). Directly observed interaction within adolescent romantic relationships. Journal of Adolescence, 6 [Special Issue].

 

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

 

1.     Shulman, S. (1985).  The family and adolescence: Processes of separation and attainment of independence.  In A. Ziv (Ed.), Between childhood and adulthood.  Tel-Aviv: Papyrus. (Hebrew)

 

2.     Shulman, S. (1986).  Stealing behavior at school: Dynamics and mode of intervention—A systemic perspective.  In D. Bar-Tal (Ed.), Psychology and counseling in education.  Tel-Aviv: Otzar Hamoreh.  (Hebrew)

 

3.     Shulman, S., & Margalit, M. (1989).  Parents and families with severely handicapped developmentally disabled children.  In M. I. Semmel (Ed.), International encyclopedia of education.

 

4.     Shulman, S. (1990).  Physically handicapped and chronically ill children: Family stress and coping, a systemic perspective.  In I. Seiffge-Krenke (Ed.), Medical yearbook of psychology.  Berlin: Springer.  (German)

 

5.     Seiffge-Krenke, I., & Shulman, S. (1993).  Stress, coping and relationships.  In S. Jackson (Ed.), The social world of adolescence.  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

6.     Sroufe, L. A., Carlson, E., & Shulman, S. (1993).  Development of individuals in relationships: From infancy through adolescence.  In D. C. Funder, R. D. Parke, C. Tomlinson-Keasey, & K. Widman (Eds.), Studying life through time: Approaches to personality and development.  Washington, DC: APA.

 

7.     Shulman, S. (1995).  Typology of close friendships, relationship models and friendship reasoning in early adolescence.  In S. Shulman (Ed.), Close relationships and socioemotional development.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

 

8.     Shulman, S. (1995).  Peer relations and developmental tasks in adolescence.  In H. Flum (Ed.), Adolescent processes.  Tel-Aviv: Rechasim.  (Hebrew)

 

9.     Shulman, S. (1995).  The interface of family and adolescent processes: New conceptualizations.  In H. Flum (Ed.), Adolescent processes.  Tel-Aviv: Rechasim.  (Hebrew)

 

10.  Shulman, S. (1995).  Typology of close friendships, relationship models and friendship reasoning in early adolescence.  In S. Shulman (Ed.), Close relationships and socioemotional development.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

 

11.   Shulman, S., & Collins, W. A. (1995).  Close relationships over time: Coherence and development, change, and adaptation.  In S. Shulman (Ed.), Close relationships and socioemotional development.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

 

 

12.   Levy-Shiff, R., & Shulman, S. (1997).  Families with a developmentally disabled child: Parent-child, marital and family relations.  In A. Zimmerman, M. Hovav, & I. Douvdevani (Eds.), Developmental disability (pp. 15-34)Tel-Aviv: Dvir Press.  (Hebrew)

 

13.   Shulman, S. (1999).  Adolescent separation. In C. A. Smith (Ed.), The encyclopedia of parenting theory and research (pp. 17-19)New York: Greenwood Press/Plenum.

 

14.   Shulman, S., & Knafo, D. (1999).  Puberty.  In C. A. Smith (Ed.), The encyclopedia of parenting theory and research (pp.346-348)New York: Greenwood Press/Plenum.

 

15.    Shulman, S. (2003).  Conflict and negotiation in adolescent romantic relationships.  In P. Florsheim (Ed.), Adolescent romantic relations and sexual behavior: Theory, research, and practical implications.  (pp. 109-136). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

16.  Scharf, M. & Shulman, S. (2006). Past adolescent experiences: How is it related to the way you raise your adolescents? In O. Mayseles (Ed.) Parenting representations, theory, research and clinical implications (pp. 319-351) . New York: Cambridge  University Press.

17.          Shulman, S. Connolly, J, &  MsIsaac, C. (2010). Romantic relationships. In B.B. Brown & M. Prinstein (Eds.).,  Encyclopedia of adolescence. New York: Wiley.

 

 

18. Shulman, S., Scharf, M., & Shachar-Shapira, L. (2011). The intergenerational transmission of adolescent romantic relationships. In P. Kerig, S. Hauser, & Schultz, M. (Eds.), Adolescence and beyond. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

19. Seiffge-Krenke, I. & Shulman, S. (2012). Transformations in Heterosexual Romantic Relationships across the Transition into Adolescence. In B. Laursen & W. A. Collins (Eds.), Relationship Pathways:  From Adolescence to Young Adulthood. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

20. Scharf, M. & Shulman, S. (in press). Sibling relationships. In J. J. Arnett (Ed.), Handbook of Emerging adulthood. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

21. Shulman, S. & Connolly, J.  (in press). Romantic relationships. In J. J. Arnett (Ed.), Handbook of Emerging adulthood. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

 

 

 

ARTICLES—Refereed

 

1.     Ziv, A., Kruglanski, A., & Shulman, S. (1974).  Children’s psychological reactions to wartime stress.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30, 24-30.

 

2.     Gay, M., & Shulman, S. (1974).  Comparison of children of Holocaust survivors with children of the general population of Israel: Are children of Holocaust-survivor parents more disturbed than others?  Mental Health and Society, 5, 252-256.

 

3.     Ziv, A., & Shulman, S. (1975).  Influence of a model’s overall meaning on moral judgement and resistance to temptation in children.  Journal of Moral Education, 4, 121-127.

 

4.     Ziv, A., Nebenhois, S., & Shulman, S. (1975).  Influence of father enlistment on children’s perception of the family and level of anxiety.  Chavat Da’at, 1, 14-22.  (Hebrew)

 

5.     Klein, M. M., & Shulman, S. (1980).  Behavioral problems of children in relation to parental instrumentality-expressivity and marital adjustment.  Psychological Reports, 47, 11-41.

 

6.     Klein, M. M., & Shulman, S. (1981).  Adolescent masculinity-femininity in relation to parental models of masculinity-femininity and marital adjustment.  Adolescence, 61, 45-48.

 

7.     Shulman, S., & Klein, M. M. (1982).  The family and adolescence: A conceptual and experimental approach.  Journal of Adolescence, 5, 219-234.

 

8.     Shulman, S., & Klein, M. M. (1983).  Distance-sensitive and consensus-sensitive families: The effect on adolescent referral to psychotherapy.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 11, 45-58.

 

9.     Shulman, S., & Klein, M. M. (1983).  Psychological differentiation, self-concept and object relations as a function of family consensual type.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 171, 734-741.

 

10.   Shulman, S., & Klein, M. M. (1983).  Resolution of transference problems in structural therapy of single-parent families by a male therapist.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 12, 38-44.

 

11.   Shulman, S., & Margalit, M. (1985).  Evaluation of research trends in special education journal in the years of 1979-1982.  Studies in Educational Evaluation, 11, 75-81.

 

12.   Shulman, S., & Margalit, M. (1985).  Suicidal behavior at school: A systemic perspective.  Journal of Adolescence, 8, 263-269.

 

13.   Margalit, M., & Shulman, S. (1986).  Autonomy perceptions and anxiety expression of learning disabled adolescents.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 19, 291-293.

 

14.   Margalit, M., & Shulman, S. (1986).  Microcomputers in special education: Renewed expectations for solutions to chronic difficulties.  The Exceptional Child, 33, 121-129.

 

15.   Margalit, M., Weisel, A., & Shulman, S. (1986).  The facilitation of information processing in learning-disabled children using computer games.  Educational Psychology, 7, 47-54.

 

16.   Shulman, S., & Rubinroit, C. I. (1987).  The second individuation process in handicapped adolescents.  Journal of Adolescence, 10, 373-384.

 

17.   Shulman, S., & Seiffge-Krenke, I. (1987).  Adolescent coping style as a function of perceived family climate.  Journal of Adolescent Research, 2, 367-381.

 

18.   Margalit, M., Weisel, A., & Shulman, S. (1988).  Social skills and family climate of behaviorally disordered adolescents.  Behavioral Disorders, 13, 253-262.

 

19.   Shulman, S. (1988).  The family of the severely handicapped child: The sibling perspective.  Journal of Family Therapy, 10, 125-134.

 

20.   Shulman, S., & Rubinroit, C. I. (1988).  Early intervention: Effectiveness on children with special needs.  International Journal of Special Education, 6,

 

21.   Shulman, S., & Prechter, E. (1989).  Adolescent perception of family climate and adaptation to residential schooling.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 18, 439-449.

 

22.   Margalit, M., Shulman, S., & Stuchiner, N. (1989).  Behavior disorders and mental retardation: The family system perspective.  Research in Developmental Disabilities, 10, 315-326.

 

23.   Seiffge-Krenke, I., & Shulman, S. (1990).  Coping style in adolescence: A cross-cultural study.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 21, 351-377.

 

24.   Shulman, S., Margalit, M., Gadish, O., & Stuchiner, N. (1990).  The family system of moderately mentally retarded children.  Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, 37, 341-350.

 

25.   Johnson, B. M., Shulman, S., & Collins, W. A. (1991).  Systemic patterns of parenting as reported by adolescents: Developmental differences and implications for psychological outcome.  Journal of Adolescent Research, 6, 235-252.

 

26.   Shulman, S., Fisch, R. D., Zempel, C. E., Gadish, O., & Chang, P. (1991).  Children with Phenylketonuria: The interface of family and child functioning.  Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Disorders, 12, 315-321.

 

27.   Shulman, S., & Zohar, D. (1991).  Family type and three-year-olds’ behavioral problems.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 19, 266-276.

 

28.   Sroufe, L. A., Bennet, C., England, M., Urban, J., & Shulman, S. (1993).  The significance of gender boundaries in preadolescence: Contemporary correlates and antecedents of boundary violation and maintenance.  Child Development, 64, 455-466.

 

29.   Shulman, S., Collins, L. A., & Dital, M. (1993).  Parent-child relationships and peer-perceived competence during middle childhood and preadolescence in Israel.  Journal of Early Adolescence, 13, 204-218.

 

30.   Shulman, S. (1993).  Close friendships in early and middle adolescence: Typology and friendship reasoning.  New Directions for Child Development, 60, 55-71.

 

31.   Shulman, S. (1993).  Relationships and adolescent functional and dysfunctional coping.  Journal of Adolescence, 16, 267-283.

 

32.   Shulman, S., & Klein, M. M. (1993).  The distinctive role of the father in adolescent separation-individuation.  New Directions for Child Development, 62, 41-58.

         

33.   Shulman, S., Elicker, J., & Sroufe, L. A. (1994).  Stages of friendship growth in preadolescence as related to attachment theory.  Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 11, 341-362.

 

34.   Shulman, S., Seiffge-Krenke, I., & Dimitrovsky, L. (1994).  The functions of pen pals in adolescence.  Journal of Psychology, 128, 89-100.

 

 

 

35.   Levinson, S., Shulman, S., Fernbuch, S., & Erez, T. (1994).  Emotional fear reactions and their personality and environmental correlates in children and young adolescents after the Gulf War.  Psychologia, 4, 158-169.  (Hebrew)

 

36.   Shulman, S., Carlton-Ford, S., Levian, R., & Hed, S. (1995).  Coping styles of learning-disabled adolescents and their parents.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 24, 281-294.

 

37.   Shulman, S., Seiffge-Krenke, I., Levy-Shiff, R., Fabian, B., & Rotenberg, S. (1995).  Peer group and family relationships in early adolescence.  International Journal of Psychology, 30, 573-590.

 

38.   Shulman, S., Laursen, B., Kalman, Z., & Karpovsky, S. (1997).  Adolescent intimacy: Revisited.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 26, 597-617.

 

39.   Elbedour, S., Shulman, S., & Kedem, P. (1997).  Adolescent intimacy: A cross-cultural study.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 28, 5-22.

 

40.   Levy-Shiff, R., Zoran, N., & Shulman, S. (1997).  International and domestic adoption: Child, parents, and family adjustment.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 20, 109-129.

 

41.   Shulman, S., & Knafo, D. (1997).  Balancing closeness and individuality in adolescent close relationships.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 21, 687-702.

 

42.   Elbedour, S., Shulman, S., & Kedem, P. (1997).  Children’s fears: Cultural and developmental perspectives.  Behaviour Research and Therapy, 35, 491-496.

 

43.   Shulman, S. (1997).  The contribution of fathers to adolescents’ individuation.  Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie, 46, 321-337.  (German)

 

44.   Shulman, S., Levy-Shiff, R., Kedem, P., & Alon, E. (1997).  Intimate relationships among adolescent romantic partners and same-sex friends: Individual and systemic perspectives.  New Directions in Child Development, 68, 37-52.

 

45.   Shulman, S., Collins, W. A., & Knafo, D. (1997).  Romantic relationships in adolescence: It is more than casual dating.  New Directions in Child Development, 68, 105-110.

 

46.   Shulman, S., Kedem, P., Kaplan, K. J., Sever, I., & Braja, M. (1998).  Latchkey children: The potential sources of support.  Journal of Community Psychology, 26, 185-197.

 

47.   Levy-Shiff, R., Dimitrovsky, L., Shulman, S., & Har-Even, D. (1998).  Cognitive appraisals, coping strategies, and support resources during transition to parenthood as correlates of parenting and infant development.  Developmental Psychology, 34, 1417-1427.

 

48.   Shulman, S., Becker, A., & Sroufe, L. A. (1999).  Adult-child interactions as related to adult’s family history and child’s attachment.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 22,

        959-976.

49.   Shulman, S., Rosenheim, E., & Knafo, D. (1999).  The interface of adolescent and parent marital expectations.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 27, 19-28.

 

50.   Shulman, S., Levy-Shiff, R., & Scharf, M. (2000).  Family relationships, leaving home, and adjustment to military service.  Journal of Psychology, 134, 1-8.

 

51.   Shulman, S., & Scharf, M. (2000).  Adolescent romantic behaviors and perceptions: Age- and gender-related differences, and links with family and peer relationships.  Journal of Research on Adolescence, 10, 99-118.

 

52.   Shulman, S., Horesh, N., Scharf, M., & Argov, Y. (2000).  Close relationships and social competence of hospitalized and nonhospitalized adolescents.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 188, 696-702.

 

53.  Seiffge-Krenke, I., Shulman, S., & Klessinger, N. (2001).  Adolescent precursors of romantic relationships in young adulthood.  Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 18, 327-346.

 

54.  Shulman, S., & Kipnis, O.  (2001).  Adolescent romantic relationships: A look from the future.  Journal of Adolescence, 24, 337-351.

 

55.   Shulman, S., & Seiffge-Krenke, I. (2001). Adolescent romance: Between experience and relationships. Journal of Adolescence, 24, 417-428.

 

56.   Shulman, S., Scharf, M., Lumer, D.,  & Maurer, O. (2001). How young adults perceive      parental divorce: the role of their relationships with their fathers and mothers. Journal of Divorce and remarriage, 34, 3-17.

 

57.   Shulman, S., Scharf, M., Lumer, D.,  & Maurer, O. (2001).  Parental divorce and young adulthood romantic relationships: The role of children's resolution of the divorce experience. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 71, 473-478.

 

58.  Shulman, S. & Ben Artzi, E. (in press). Age-related differences in the transition from   adolescence to adulthood and links with family relationships. Journal of Adult Development.

 

59.   Shulman, S. & Laursen, B. (in press). Adolescent perceptions of conflict in interdependent and disengaged friendships. Journal of Research on Adolescence.

 

Shulman, S., Scharf, M., Lumer, D.,  & Maurer, O. (2001). How young adults perceive      parental divorce: the role of their relationships with their fathers and mothers. Journal of Divorce and remarriage, 34, 3-17.

 

Shulman, S., Scharf, M., Lumer, D.,  & Maurer, O. (2001).  Parental divorce and young adulthood romantic relationships: The role of children's resolution of the divorce experience. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 71, 473-478.

 

Shulman, S. & Laursen, B. (2002). Adolescent perceptions of conflict in interdependent and disengaged friendships. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 12, 353-372.

 

Shulman, S. & Ben Artzi, E. (2003). Age-related differences in the transition from   adolescence to adulthood and links with family relationships. Journal of Adult Development, 10, 217-226.

 

Scharf, M, Shulman, S, & Avigad-Spitz, L. (2005). Sibling relationships in emerging adulthood. Journal of Adolescent Research.

 

Shulman, S., Feldman, B., Blatt, S. J., Cohen, O., & Mahler. A. (2005).  Emerging Adulthood: Age-Related Tasks, and Underlying Self     Processes. Journal of Adolescent Research, 20, 577-603.

 Walsh, S., Shulman, S, Feldman, B., & Maurer, O. (2005).  The impact of immigration on the internal processes and developmental tasks of emerging adulthood. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 34, 413-426.

 

Shulman, S.,  Blatt, S. J., & Feldman, B., (2006). Vicissitudes of the impetus for growth and change among emerging adults. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 23, 159-180.

 

Shulman, S., Cohen, O., Feldman, B., &  Mahler. A (2006).   Emerging adult men and their mothers in divorced families: A typology of relationship patterns. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 23, 481-497.

 

Walsh, S., Shulman, S, Bar-On Z., & Tzur, A. (2006). The role of parentification and family climate in adaptation among immigrant adolescents in Israel. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 16, 321-350.

 

Tuval-Mashiach, R., &  Shulman, S. (2006). Resolution of disagreements between romantic partners, among adolescents and young adults: qualitative analysis of interaction discourses. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 16, 561-587.

 

Shahar, G., Kalnitzki, E. Shulman, S, &  Blatt, S.J. (2006). Personality, Motivation, and the Construction of Goals during the Transition to Adulthood: A Study of Israeli Young Adults. Personality and Individual Differences, 40, 53-63.

 

Shulman, S. (2006). "Wondering" and Beyond: Discussion of Arietta Slade's       "Reflective Parenting Programs". Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 26, 656-665.

 

Shulman, S., Tuval-Mashiach, R., Levran, E. & Anbar, S. (2006). Conflict Resolution Patterns and Longevity of Adolescent Romantic Couples:  A Two-Year Follow-Up Study. Journal of Adolescence, 29, 575-588.

 

Walsh, S. & Shulman, S. (2007). Splits in the Self Following Immigration: An Adaptive Defense or a Pathological Reaction? Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24, 355-372.

 

Tuval-Mashiach, R., Walsh, S., Harel, S. &  Shulman, S. (2008). Romantic Fantasies, Cross Gender Friendships, and Romantic Experiences in Adolescence. Journal of Adolescent Research, 23, 471-478.

 

Shulman, S., Mayes, L., C., Cohen, T. H., Swain, J. E. &. Leckman, J. F. (2008). Romantic attraction and conflict negotiation skills among  late adolescent and early adult romantic couples. Journal of Adolescence, 31, 729-745.

 

Welsh, D & Shulman, S. (2008). What can be learned from adolescent romantic relationship from direct observation? Journal of Adolescence, 31, 877-891.

 

Walsh, S., Shulman, S., & Maurer, O. (2008). Immigration distress, mental health status and coping among young immigrants: A one year follow-up study. International Journal of Intercultural Relation, 32, 371-384.

 

Shulman, S., Pesach-Shavit, T., Walsh, W., Almog, Z., Even, R., Doron, A., & Fennig, S. (2009). Self regulatory processes and psychological symptoms among emerging adults. Journal of Youth Studies, 12, 111-120.

 

Shulman, S., Kalnitzky, E. & Shahar, G. (2009). Coping with developmental challenges during emerging adulthood: The role of personality and social resources. Journal of Adolescent Research, 24, 242-270.

 

Shulman, S., Walsh, S.D., Weisman, O. & Schleyer, M. (2009). Romantic Contexts, Sexual Behavior, and Depressive Symptoms among Adolescent Males and Females. Sex Roles, 61, 850-863.

 

Shulman, S., & Nurmi, J. E. (2010). Goal Pursuit, Personality and Adaptation among Emerging Adults: Typology and Change Overtime. New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development, 130, 1-12.

 

Shulman, S., & Nurmi, J. E. (2010). Understanding Emerging Adulthood from a Goal-Setting Perspective. New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development, 130, 57-70.

 

Shulman, S., Davila, J., & Shachar-Shapira L. (2011). Assessing romantic competence among older adolescents. Journal of Adolescence,34, 397-406.

 

 Lev Ari, L. &  Shulman, S. (2012). Pathways of sleep, affect, and stress constellations during the first year of university. Journal of Youth Studies, 15(3), 273-292.  

 

Shulman, S., Zlotnik, A., Shachar-Shapira L., Connolly, J., & Bohr, Y. (2012). Adolescent Daughters’ Romantic Competence: The Role of Divorce,Quality of Parenting, and Maternal Romantic History. Journal of Youth and Adolescenc, 41 (5), 593-606.  

 

Shulman, S. & Connolly, J. (2013). The Challenge of Romantic relationships in Emerging Adulthood: A Review and Reconceptualization of the Field. Emerging Adulthood. 1, 27-39.   

 

Lev Ari, L. &  Shulman, S. (2013). Sleep, Daily Activities, and Their Association with Mood States among Emerging Adults. Biological Rhythm research, 44(3).

 

Shulman, S., Scharf, M, Livne, Y. & Barr, T. (2013). Patterns of Romantic Involvement among Emerging Adults:  Psychosocial Correlates and Precursors. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37(5), 462-470.

 

Dietrich, J., Shulman, S. & Nurmi, J-E. (2013). Goal Pursuit in Young Adulthood: The Role of Personality and Motivation for Goal Appraisal Trajectories Across 6 Years. Journal of Research in Personality, 47, 728-737.

 

Shulman, S., Laursen, B., & Dickson, D. (2014). Gender Differences in the Spillover Between Romantic Experiences, Work Experiences  and Individual Adjustment Across Emerging Adulthood.. Emerging Adulthood.

 

Connolly, J., MsIsaac, C., & Shulman, S., Wincentak, K. et al., (2014 on line). Development of romantic relationships in adolescncec and emerging adulthood: Implications for community mental health. Canadaian Journal of Community Mental Health.

 

Shulman, S., Barr, T., Livne, Y., Nurmi, J. E.,  Vasalampi, K & Pratt, M. W. (2014, on line). Career Pursuit Pathways among Emerging Adult Men and Women: Psychosocial Correlates and Precursors. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 38.  

 

Shulman, S., .,  Vasalampi, K., Barr, T., Livne, Y., Nurmi, J. E & Pratt, M. W (in press). Typologies and Precursors of Career Adaptability Patterns among Emerging Adults: A Seven-Year Longitudinal Study. Journal of Adolescence.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

   1. Shulman, S. (2002). The Development of Romantic Relationships in Adolescence. W.  Furman, B. B. Brown, & C. Feiring (Eds.) New York: Cambridge University Press. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 19, 285-286.

 

 

 

PAPERS PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS:

 

1.     Shulman, S. (1983).  “Siblings’ Therapy” as a terminating stage of family therapy.  Presented at the 4th International Congress of Family Therapy, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

 

2.     Shulman, S., & Margalit, M. (1984).  Modes of communication between the family system and the school system: An ecological perspective.  Presented at the 7th International School Psychology Colloquium, Orleans, France.

 

3.     Shulman, S., & Margalit, M. (1984).  Toddler competence as a function of the mode of interaction with the caregiver.  Presented at the 8th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Tours, France.

 

4.     Margalit, M., & Shulman, S. (1985).  Microcomputers in special education: Renewed expectations for solutions to chronic difficulties.  Presented at the International Congress of Special Education, Nottingham, England.

 

5.     Margalit, M., & Shulman, S. (1986).  Social adjustment and academic competency of children with conduct disorders.  Presented at the 5th International Congress of Family Therapy, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

6.     Shulman, S. (1986).  Dynamic modes of intervention in families with a handicapped child who is the identified patient.  Presented at the 5th International Congress of Family Therapy, Jerusalem.

 

7.     Shulman, S. (1986).  The second individuation process in handicapped adolescents.  Presented at the 44th International Convention of Psychologists, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

 

8.     Landau, M., & Shulman, S. (1986).  Adolescents in residential schools: Family and personality perspectives.  Presented at the 11th International Congress of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Paris.

 

9.     Shulman, S., & Rubinroit, C. I. (1986).  Implementation of mental health in daycare centers.  Presented at the 11th International Congress of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Paris.

 

10.   Shulman, S., & Samet, N. (1990).  Adolescents’ close friendship types and friendship reasoning.  Presented at the 3rd Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Atlanta, GA.

 

11.   Shulman, S., & Kalnitzky, E. (1991).  Symposium on Family and Adolescent Depression and Mood States.  Chairpersons: S. Carlton-Ford and S. Shulman.  11th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Minneapolis, MN.

 

12.   Shulman, S., & Korin, N. (1991).  Typology of close friendship and friendship reasoning in early adolescence.  Presented at the 11th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Minneapolis, MN.

 

13.   Shulman, S. (1992).  The distinctive role of the father in adolescent separation-individuation. Symposium on father-adolescent relationships.  Chairperson: S. Shulman.  4th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Washington, DC.

 

14.   Shulman, S. (1992).  Close friendship in early and middle adolescence: Typology and close friendship reasoning.  Symposium on Close Friendships.  4th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Washington, DC.

 

15.   Shulman, S. (1992).  Resolution of transference problems in the treatment of single-parent families (divorced or widowed) by a male therapist.  Presented at the International Congress of Family Therapy, Jerusalem. 

       

16.   Shulman, S. (1993).  Nature and level of intimacy among close friendship types in adolescence.  Symposium on the Significance of Close Peer Relationships During Adolescence.  12th Biennial Meeting of ISSBD, Recife, Brazil.

 

17.   Shulman, S., Hurter, A., & Seiffge-Krenke, I. (1993).  Coping with illness in families of juvenile diabetes.  Presented at the 6th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Bonn, Germany.

 

18.   Shulman, S. (1994).  Adolescent intimacy: A new conceptualization.  Presented at the 5th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Diego, CA.

 

19.   Shulman, S., & Levy-Shiff, R. (1995).  Close friendships in adolescence: Typology, intimacy and conflict management.  Presented at the 7th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Cracow, Poland.

 

20.   Shulman, S., & Seiffge-Krenke, I. (1995).  The nature and significance of close relationships from childhood to late adolescence.  Symposium presented at the 7th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Cracow, Poland.

 

21.   Shulman, S., Levy-Shiff, R., & Alon, E. (1996).  Intimate relationships among adolescent romantic partners and same-sex friends: Individual and systemic perspectives.  Symposium presented at the 6th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Boston, MA.

 

22.   Shulman, S., Rosenheim, E., & Zagel, I. (1996).  The interface of adolescents’ and parents’ models of marital expectations.  Presented at the 6th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Boston, MA.

 

23.   Shulman, S., & Knafo, D. (1998).  Parent- “adolescent” separation and the transition into adulthood.  Presented at the 7th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Diego, CA.

 

24.   Shulman, S., & Scharf, M. (1998).  The changing interrelatedness among romantic, family and peer relationships during adolescent development.  Symposium on Adolescent Romantic Relations (Chairperson: S. Shulman.  Presented at the 6th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Diego, CA.

 

25.   Shulman, S., Seiffge-Krenke, I., & Scharf, M. (1999).  The romantic experience of adolescents: Systemic perspectives.  Symposium presented at the 9th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Spetses, Greece.

 

26.   Shulman, S., & Scharf, M. (2000).  Adolescent romantic relationships: A look from the future.  Symposium on Adolescent Romantic Relationships (Chairperson: S. Shulman).  Presented at the 8th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, IL.

 

27.   Scharf, M., & Shulman, S. (2000).  Adolescents’ socioemotional competence and parental representations of peer relationships in adolescence.  Presented at the 8th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, IL.

 

28.  Shulman, S., Feldman B., & Maurer, O. (2001). Emerging adulthood: external markers and internal processes. Presented at the Biennial Meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, MN.

 

29.   Scharf. M. & Shulman, S. (2001). Maternal and paternal  representations of own social   

       experience in adolescence  and socio-emotional competence of their adolescent children.       

       Presented at the Biennial Meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, MN.

 

30.   Shulman, S., Feldman, B., Cohen, S., & Mahler, A. (2001). Transition to adulthood:

        The interplay of external markers and psychological processes. Presented at the Xth European    Conference on Developmental Psychology. (Symposium on the Transition to adulthood; Chairperson: S. Shulman). Uppsala, Sweden.

 

31.  Shulman, S. & Levran, E. Predicting stability over  3- and 9-month periods  in adolescent romantic relationships. Symposium on Antecedents of the Quality and Stability of Adolescent Romantic Relationships (Chairperson: S. Shulman).  Presented at the 9th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, New Orleans, LA.

 

 

 

Research

מנחה מ.א. ודקטורט

  • תהליכי התבגרות: נורמה ופתלוגיה
  • יחסים רומנטיים אצל מתבגרים
  • מבוגרים צעירים: קשיים בתהליך המעבר לבגרות (הפרעות דיכאון וחרדה)
    (המחקרים מבוצעים הן בשיטות כמותיות והן בשיטות נרטיביות

Media

ISF- Israeli Science Foundation 2005-2009 - Success and Failure in Attaining Goals among Emerging Adults: The Protective Role of Personal and Social Resources - NIS 330, 000.

Israel Anti Drug Authority 2009-2011 - The Extended Journey – An Experience of Identity Exploration or Confusion?  The Role of Personal Risk and Protective Factors - NIS 150, 000.

Israel Ministry of Health 2011-2012 – Romantic involvement and negative affect among adolescents - NIS 30, 000.

Ministry of Child and Youth Services, Province of Ontario 2011 – development of romantic relationships in adolescence and emerging adulthood.