FORMER PH.D. STUDENTS

 

 

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


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

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

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

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

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

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. Dorit Biter

Vice President, R&D Starhome Mach

My research is focused on employee voice to voice-encouraging managers. Whereas encouraging managers may benefit from the positive consequences of higher employee voice, the effect of their encouragement may be diminished by several boundary conditions including perceived risk to the employee, physical distance from the manager, feelings of futility and others.  On the other hand, voice-enhancing behaviors such as felt obligation, propensity to trust and others, may increase the level of employee’s voice to management.  Testing these hypothesis sheds additional light to the complex construct of employee voice.

dorit.bitter@mail.huji.ac.il

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Dr. Guy Itzchakov

Testing the implication of the following hypothesis of Carl Rogers regarding the effects of listening for attitude change: 

 

"in this atmosphere of safety, protection, and acceptance, …. He discovers experiences of which he has never been aware, which are deeply, contradictory to the perception he has had of himself, and this is threatening indeed…" (Rogers, 1951, pp.193). 

guy.itzchakov@mail.huji.ac.il

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