Netta Achdut
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Unemployment and psychological distress among young people during the COVID-19 pandemic: Psychological resources and risk factors
N Achdut, T Refaeli
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (19), 7163, 2020
Socio-economic status, self-rated health and mental health: the mediation effect of social participation on early-late midlife and older adults
N Achdut, O Sarid
Israel journal of health policy research 9, 1-12, 2020
Perceived poverty, perceived income adequacy and loneliness in Israeli young adults: Are social capital and neighbourhood capital resilience factors?
T Refaeli, N Achdut
Health & Social Care in the Community 30 (2), 668-684, 2022
Subjective poverty, material deprivation indices and psychological distress among young adults: the mediating role of social capital and usage of online social networks
N Achdut, T Refaeli, TM Schwartz Tayri
Social Indicators Research 158 (3), 863-887, 2021
CB-Art interventions implemented with mental health professionals working in a shared war reality: Transforming negative images and enhancing coping resources
D Segal-Engelchin, N Achdut, E Huss, O Sarid
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (7), 2287, 2020
An ethnocultural perspective on loneliness in young adulthood: A population‐based study in Israel
N Achdut, T Refaeli
Sociology of Health & Illness 43 (5), 1154-1174, 2021
Long-term employment and earnings patterns of welfare recipients: The role of the local labor market
N Achdut, H Stier
Social Service Review 90 (4), 647-682, 2016
Public attitudes toward policies related to labor migrants in Israel
K Amit, N Achdut, L Achdut
The Social Science Journal 52 (4), 516-526, 2015
Financial strain and loneliness among young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of psychosocial resources
T Refaeli, N Achdut
Sustainability 13 (12), 6942, 2021
Psychological distress among care leavers during the transition to adulthood: Risk and protective factors throughout their life course
Y Sulimani‐Aidan, N Achdut, A Zeira, R Benbenishty
Child & Family Social Work 27 (2), 324-339, 2022
The differential role of human capital and health in explaining welfare exit‐route and labour outcomes
N Achdut
International Journal of Social Welfare 25 (3), 235-246, 2016
Life satisfaction among alumni of youth villages in Israel: A life course perspective.
N Achdut, Y Sulimani-Aidan, R Benbenishty, A Zeira
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 92 (4), 483, 2022
Gender differences in psychosocial outcomes of hair loss resulting from childhood irradiation for tinea capitis
L Hoffer, N Achdut, S Shvarts, D Segal-Engelchin
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (15), 7825, 2021
Welfare-use accumulation and chronic dependency in Israel: The role of structural factors
N Achdut, H Stier
Journal of Social Policy 49 (1), 81-101, 2020
Predicting educational attainments and enrollment to higher education: A longitudinal study of care leavers in Israel
A Zeira, N Achdut, R Benbenishty
Research in Higher Education 64 (8), 1165-1190, 2023
Financial incentives to work: A quasi‐experimental analysis of in‐work cash benefits for single mothers
N Achdut
International Journal of Social Welfare 26 (1), 21-36, 2017
Economic self‐sufficiency and the employment outcomes of care leavers: A 10‐year follow up
A Zeira, T Refaeli, N Achdut, R Benbenishty
Child & Family Social Work 28 (3), 635-645, 2023
The perceived job performance of child welfare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
T Axelrad-Levy, TM Schwartz Tayri, N Achdut, O Sarid
Clinical Social Work Journal 51 (2), 175-187, 2023
Inequality in psychological distress among young adults: An integrative model of economic, social, and environmental determinants.
N Achdut
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 93 (4), 321, 2023
Joint income-wealth poverty in a cross-national perspective: the role of country-level indicators
N Achdut, L Achdut
Social Indicators Research 164 (1), 499-541, 2022
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