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Nimrod Rosler
Nimrod Rosler
Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Tel Aviv University
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The distinctive effects of empathy and hope in intractable conflicts
N Rosler, S Cohen-Chen, E Halperin
Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (1), 114-139, 2017
1212017
Socio-psychological implications for an occupying society: The case of Israel
E Halperin, D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit, N Rosler, A Raviv
Journal of Peace Research 47 (1), 59-70, 2010
842010
Gender-empathic constructions, empathy, and support for compromise in intractable conflict
Y David, N Rosler, I Maoz
Journal of conflict resolution 62 (8), 1727-1752, 2018
272018
Moral aspects of prolonged occupation: Implications for an occupying society.
N Rosler, D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit, E Halperin, A Raviv
Oxford University Press, 2009
272009
Inclusivity of past collective trauma and its implications for current intractable conflict: The mediating role of moral lessons
N Rosler, NR Branscombe
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (1), 171-188, 2020
242020
Leadership and peacemaking: Yitzhak Rabin and the Oslo Accords
N Rosler
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 54, 55-67, 2016
232016
Perceptions of prolonged occupation as barriers to conflict resolution
N Rosler, K Sharvit, D Bar‐Tal
Political Psychology 39 (3), 519-538, 2018
152018
Not as simple as that: How leaders faced the challenges of pursuing the peace process in Northern Ireland.
N Rosler
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 22 (2), 177, 2016
122016
Gendering human rights: Threat and gender perceptions as predictors of attitudes towards violating human rights in asymmetric conflict
Y David, N Rosler, D Ellis, I Maoz
Peace and Conflict Studies 23 (2), 1, 2016
122016
Cultural sanctions and ontological (in) security: operationalisation in the context of mega-events
N Rosler, G Press-Barnathan
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 36 (5), 720-744, 2023
102023
Forces of stability and change in prolonged occupation: Image threat, emotions, and justifying beliefs
K Sharvit, E Halperin, N Rosler
meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Paris, France, 2008
92008
Societal-psychological dynamics of peacemaking process—A conceptual framework
D Bar-Tal, S Landman, T Magal, N Rosler
small meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology about …, 2009
72009
Current and future costs of intractable conflicts—can they create attitude change?
N Rosler, B Hameiri, D Bar-Tal, D Christophe, S Azaria-Tamir
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 681883, 2021
62021
Palestinian-Israeli Pulse: A Joint Poll
K Shikaki, N Rosler, D Scheindlin
62020
Containing the duality: Leadership in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process
N Rosler
A Social Psychology Perspective on The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict …, 2016
62016
Collective victimhood and support for joint political decision‐making in conflict regions: The role of shared territorial ownership perceptions
N Storz, R Bilali, B Martinović, E Maloku, N Rosler, I Žeželj
European Journal of Social Psychology 52 (3), 472-486, 2022
52022
Support for conciliatory policies in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: The role of different modes of identification and territorial ownership perceptions
N Storz, B Martinović, N Rosler
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 769643, 2022
52022
Rhetorical expressions of ethos of conflict and policymaking in intractable conflict by leaders: A comparative study of two Israeli prime ministers.
N Rosler, H Hagage Baikovich, D Bar-Tal
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 27 (3), 381, 2021
52021
Fear and conflict resolution: Theoretical discussion and a case study from Israel
N Rosler
Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Institute of Israel Studies, 2013
52013
Prolonged occupation: The psychosocial aspects of an occupying society
E Halperin, D Bar-Tal, K Sharvit, N Rosler, A Raviv
Journal of Peace Research 47 (1), 59-70, 2010
52010
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