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My current Research Students

Ph.D. students

Sarit Pery. Social Relations Model of listening and self-perception.

Leah Bloy. Detecting careless responding in questionnaires


Former Ph.D. Students


Dr. Limor Borut (2024). The Wrongs of ‘Give To Receive’: The Effect of ‘Strict’ Reciprocity Expectations, Resource Types, and Attachment Anxiety on Relationship Satisfaction.

Dr. Yaara Turjeman-Levi (2023). My Sensitivity is your Business:  The Moderating Effect of Sensory-Processing Sensitivity of the Listener on Speaker’s Social Anxiety

Dr. Michal Lehmann (2022). Humility as a Dyadic Phenomenon: Relational Predictors of Humility and Dyadic Outcomes in Organizations

Dr. Yaron Sela (2018).  Listening to the powerful and powerful listening: How power position and self-enhancement values moderate the effects of capitalization and social support on closeness and well-being?

Dr. Guy Itzchakov (2017). The effects of listening on social anxiety, and attitude characteristics.

Dr. Dorit Bitter (2016).  Barriers Faced by Voice Encouraging Managers.

Dr. Dotan Castro (2014).  The effects of listening on developing a dialectical self, bonding and well being.

Dr. Eyal Rechter (2011).  Feedforward effects on affect, self-efficacy, and performance

Dr. Edith Levintz (2009).  Attachment style - The organizational glue: The relationship between attachment style and organizational commitment (Supervised with Prof. Aharon Cohen).


Dr. Dina Nir (2009).  The negotiational self: identifying and transforming negotiation outcomes within the self (Supervised with Prof. Ayala Malach-Pines).


Dr. Liat Levontin (2009).  Victory with no victims: Amity achievement goals.


Dr. Varda Wasserman (2009).  On the power of the beautiful - Organizational aesthetics as a control tool (Supervised with Dr. Michal Frenkel).


Dr. Liad Uziel (2007).  The social facilitation effect: Personality moderation and emotional mediation.

Dr. Dina Van-Dijk (2003).  Feedback sign and regulatory focus effects on motivation and performance.


MA/MBA Theses Of Former Students

LEGEND: A -- abstract in ENGLISH, E -- ful thesis in English

Baruch Kairi (1996).  The moderating role of social facilitation of the relationship between intelligence and reaction time.

Avital Bendel Goren (1997).  Work commitment in Japan

Varda Wasserman (1998).  In the Service of Beauty: Aesthetics in Service Organizations

Ziporit Glick (1998).  Praise and reaction-time task performance.

Sharon Shkedi (1999). The Effects of Pleasantness and Arousal on Information Processing and Decision Making A

Tzahi Matalon (2000).  The Reward Paradox: The Effects of Performance-Based Feedback on the Increase of Absenteeism From Work

Ilona van der Hagen (2000). The Relative Weight of Attitude and Subjective Norm as Determinants of Behavioral Intention: The Promotion-Prevention Dichotomy as a Measure for Behavioral and Individual Moderators E

Liad Uziel (2000).  Individual Differences in Reaction to the Presence of Others

Galit Lieberman (2001).  Arousal and Service Environment: The Relation Between Service Environment, Arousal, Task Complexity, Personality and Consumer's Behavior

Revital Rahmani (2001).  Emotions, Decision-Making, and Behavior of Women in Apparel Stores (English Abstract) A

Elena Hurin Stephan (2002).  Probability Perception: The Effect of Situational and Personal Needs

Daniela Ben-Dor (2002). The Service Environment: The Influence of a Gap Between the Experienced Emotions and the Ideal Ones on Customer's Satisfaction

Mirit Naor (2002).  The Moderating Effect of Organizational Commitment on The Effect Of Feedback Sign on Motivation

Liat Levontin (2003).  Goal-Orientation Theory and Regulatory-Focus Theory: The "Conflicting" Effects of Feedback-Sign E

Osnat Hazan (2004).  Why Didn't I Keep My Promise to Myself: Why Don't People Strive Towards Happiness 

Eyal Rechter (2004). Individual Differences in Implicit Learning


Hagar Madar (2004). The influence of extroversion on arousal and customer behavior


Ariela Binenboym (2004). The Influence of Fit Between Ad-Induced Affect and Type of Advertised Product on Ad Effectiveness A


Ravit Harrari-Caspi (2004). The Influence of Individual Differences on Ads-Induced Affect on the Reaction to Ads A


Meirav Hershkowitz (2004). The Effect of the Regulation System on Probability Perception A


Yehuda Hoffman (2005). The effect of removing the possibility of "ruin" outcomes on risky choice decisions under promotion focus A


Anna Bogolevsky (2006). Organizational gossip


Tom Barak (2008). A qualitative study of the transmission of positive stories in organizations

Liat Kaufman (2008). Discrimination against women in managerial positions

Rachel Kaplan (2008). Examination of selected techniques in positive psychology as function of attachment style (Hebrew Summary)

Maya Charit (2011). When firing an employee, what is better distancing or listening?

Aviva Dolev (2012). The effects of supervisors listening on subordinates' well- being

Alex Rif (2013). Integrating family life with work among senior female managers in the public sector: Success stories

Anat Hurwitz (2013). Listening and the creation of co-dominance

Michal Lehmann (2013).  Does support from the boss yield employee creativity? A

Yael Cohen (2014). Can listening in mentoring relationships increase role clarity? E

Niva Hanna Porzycki  (2014).  The Effects of Active Listening on Mindfulness in Organizational Environment.

Ohad Yaron (2014).  Listening and the Reduction of Stereotypes.  E

Tali Zeidman Bourla (2016). The Effects of Mindfulness Meditation on Listening.  E

Emma Maor (2016).  Enabling Confession through Legitimate Power and Nonjudgmental Listening E

Yaara Turjeman (2016). When The Sensitivity of One is the Trouble of the Other: High-Sensitivity as a Moderator of the Effects of Physical Stimulation on Listening. E

Liora Lipetz (2016). Listening is Listening is Listening: The Holistic Perception of Listening at Work and the Laypeople-Based Listening Scale (LBLS). E

Sarit Pery (2018). The Dyadic Nature of Listening, Intimacy, Speech, and OCB-Helping in Work Teams


Guy Doytch (2022). Can Listening be Taught? The Effects of Listening Training on Perceived Listening

Courses Taught in 2013 - 2024

Advanced-research methods (Ph.D.)

Dyadic Data Analysis

Meta-analysis and structural equation modeling



Introduction to R

Managerial listening skills (MBA)

Theoretical considerations in organizational behavior and human resource management (MBA)

Organizational Behavior (EMBA)

Business in Israel seminar (BA)

Courses Taught since 1988

Training evaluation (MSc); Organizational Behavior (Executive MBA); Introduction to Statistics (MSc); Organizational Behavior Seminar (MBA); Research Methods (MBA; MSc);Theoretical  Considerations in OB & HRM (MBA); Organizational Studies (MBA); Emotions at work seminar (MBA/Ph.D.); Introduction to Organizational Behavior (BA); Stories and leadership (MBA); Ph.D. Seminar; Research Methods (Ph.D.).

Introduction to R

Introduction to R

Go to GitHub

Project TIER (Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research)



Download this file.  It can be opened as Excel.  Save the data in a folder.  Instruct R with setwd to look for this file in the folder you saved Ruppin.csv.


This code reads Ruppin.csv and runs meta analysis.  The results are shown with forest plot.  One forest plot use the default values of forest function.  The other one is modified with title and the whole spiel.


This code generates a random sample of 10 studies where the effect size in the population is correlation of .10.  it shows how to run a simple meta analysis on these studies with the package meta.  In addition, it shows how to calculate an effect size with the package, and with a web page calculator.


This is your example for running a simple meta analysis on correlations.


This is your example for running a simple meta analysis on correlations.


This gives an example for subgroup analysis with the package metafor being used by the package meta.


R Codes for Dyadic Data Analysis

Chapter 1 


Table 1.3

Converting data structures: Individual to Dyad, Dyad to Individual, and Individual to Pairwise 

Chapter 2 


Table 2.1

Computing intra-class correlation with confidence interval for Table 2.1

Chapter 3 


Table 3.1

Between dyads variable

Table 3.3 -- example different from book

Within dyads variable


Table 3.5 

Differencing between dyads 

Three ways to calculate ICC


Chapter 4 

Table 4.3 

Multi-level Modeling


Chapter 5


Table 5.1 

 SEM for dyads with indistinguishable members


Chapter 6

                Table 6.1    Equality of variances

                Table 6.2    Equality of correlations

                Table 6.3    Latent variable correlations

                Table 6.4    Omnibus test of distinguishability                                                                    Correlations pairwise method (p. 138)

Chapter 7

Table 7.1    Mimic APIM with MLM results obtained with SPSS  in Table 7.3

                 Figure 7.2  Estimate indistinguishable APIM with SEM

                 Figure 7.3  Estimate distinguishable APIM (with SEM)

Chapter 8

                Table 8.4    Univariate SRM

                Table 8.9    Bivariate SRM

Chapter 9

                Table 9.1    Family SRM

Chapter 10

 p. 292        Blog. One with many reciprocal design -- indistinguishable

p. 292        One with many reciprocal design -- indistinguishable with MLM


p. 293        One with many reciprocal design -- with SEM​ For R-based web applications, see Randi Garcia and Dave Kenny's Dyadic Data Analysis 2018 Workshop

Chapter 11

 Table 11.4    Social network analysis

R codes
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