Julia Elad-Strenger
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Exposure to violence, ethos of conflict, and support for compromise: Surveys in Israel, East Jerusalem, West Bank, and Gaza
D Canetti, J Elad-Strenger, I Lavi, D Guy, D Bar-Tal
Journal of conflict resolution 61 (1), 84-113, 2017
Collective trauma from the lab to the real world: The effects of the holocaust on contemporary Israeli political cognitions
D Canetti, G Hirschberger, C Rapaport, J Elad‐Strenger, T Ein‐Dor, ...
Political Psychology 39 (1), 3-21, 2018
Is disgust a “conservative” emotion?
J Elad-Strenger, J Proch, T Kessler
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (6), 896-912, 2020
Liberalism and conservatism, for a change! Rethinking the association between political orientation and relation to societal change
J Proch, J Elad‐Strenger, T Kessler
Political Psychology 40 (4), 877-903, 2019
The contribution of the counselor–client working alliance to career exploration
J Elad-Strenger, H Littman-Ovadia
Journal of Career Assessment 20 (2), 140-153, 2012
Risky resilience and resilient risk: The key role of intentionality in an emerging dialectics
G Shahar, J Elad-Strenger, CC Henrich
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 31 (6), 618-640, 2012
‘Pinkwashing’the radical‐right: Gender and the mainstreaming of radical‐right policies and actions
L Ben‐Shitrit, J Elad‐Strenger, S Hirsch‐Hoefler
European Journal of Political Research 61 (1), 86-110, 2022
Activism as a heroic quest for symbolic immortality: An existential perspective on collective action
J Elad-Strenger
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 4 (1), 44-65, 2016
Revisiting the Effects of Societal Threat Perceptions on Conflict-Related Political Positions: A Three-Wave Study
J Elad-Strenger, G Shahar
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2017
Gender Differences in Support for Direct and Indirect Political Aggression in the Context of Protracted Conflict
L Ben-Shitrit, J Elad-Strenger, S Hirsch-Hoefler
Journal of Peace Research, 2017
Changing minds: A psychodynamic interpretation of Kuhnian paradigm change
J Elad-Strenger
Review of general psychology 17 (1), 40-52, 2013
Explaining public support for violence against politicians during conflict: Evidence from a panel study in Israel
J Elad-Strenger, BJ Hall, SE Hobfoll, D Canetti
Journal of Peace Research 58 (3), 417-432, 2021
Risk-resilience dynamics of ideological factors in distress after the evacuation from Gush Katif.
J Elad-Strenger, Z Fajerman, M Schiller, A Besser, G Shahar
International Journal of Stress Management 20 (1), 57, 2013
Entity perceptions of morality and character are associated with obsessive compulsive phenomena
G Doron, O Szepsenwol, J Elad-Strenger, E Hargil, B Bogoslavsky
Journal of social and clinical psychology 32 (7), 733-752, 2013
Facilitating hope among the hopeless: The role of ideology and moral content in shaping reactions to internal criticism in the context of intractable conflict
J Elad‐Strenger, E Halperin, T Saguy
Social Science Quarterly 100 (6), 2425-2444, 2019
Political psychology
J Elad‐Strenger, A Mintz
The international encyclopedia of political communication, 1-10, 2015
Out of sight, out of mind: The emotional determinant of “harmful inaction” intergroup conflict
J Elad-Strenger, MR Tagar, T Kessler, Y Hasson, D Shulman, K Brahms, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 101, 104304, 2022
How our ideological out‐group shapes our emotional response to our shared socio‐political reality
J Elad‐Strenger, A Goldenberg, T Saguy, E Halperin
British Journal of Social Psychology, 2023
The role of misrecognition in driving support for right-wing populism
J Elad-Strenger, T Kessler
American Behavioral Scientist, 0
Context‐level contact as a stronger predictor of inter‐ethnic reconciliation than individual‐level contact: Evidence from post‐war countries
S Čehajić‐Clancy, C Lindner, P Gelfort, J Elad Strenger, T Kessler
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