Prof. Cohen Arie

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Associate Professor

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CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL DATA

Name:                          Arie Cohen

Date of Birth:              1941

Citizenship:                 Israeli

Home Address             7 Bialik St. Apt. 14

Rishon-le-Zion, Israel 75 268

Tel.:                               (972) 39666461 cel. (972)545794920

Email:                          ariecohen40@gmail.com

Institution:                  School of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel 52 900

Phone:                          (972) (0)3518444

ACADEMIC DEGREES                                          

Counseling and Guidance & Educational Psychology (Ph.D.)

Clinical Psychology (M.A.)

Psychology & Sociology (B.A.)

ACADEMIC HISTORY

1971-1973       Ph.D.   University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

1964-1968       M.A.    Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

1958-1962       B.A.     Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

EMPLOYMENT

2011 -        Associate professor – Department of Educational Counseling, The Academic College of Israel. Ramat-Gan, Israel. Teaching advanced courses in the helping interview and seminar on counseling intervention in educational setting.

2010 -          Adjunct professor – School of Education, Bar-Ilan University. Teaching graduate courses for the M.A. and the Ph.D. program – Gestalt Therapy: Theory and Practice, The Ph.D. Colloquium for the graduate students.

2009 - 2010    Professor – Department of Social Work and Psychology, United International College, Zhuhai, China.  Courses at B.A. level:  Human Behavior and Social Environment, Human Development, Social Work Research, Theories of Personality, Introduction to psychology, Social Psychology, Supervision of Honor degree research project.

1980 - 2009     Associate Professor - School of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.  Courses at the B.A. level: Introduction to Statistics, Seminar in Behavior Modification.

Courses at the Ph.D. and M.A. level: The Ph.D. Colloquium, Seminar on Cognitive Therapy; Thesis seminar; Seminar on Social deviance; Family Therapy; Statistics; Person, Society and the Computer; Critical Reading of Research Articles; Qualitative research; Gestalt therapy; Emotional disturbances among children and adolescents.

                        Other responsibilities: Heading the M.A. Program, Heading the Counseling Division; Conducting the Ph.D. Colloquium; Establishing and directing the Faculty of Social Sciences micro computers lab; Supervising Ph.D. dissertations (25) and M.A. theses (45).

2008– 2009 Visiting Professor - United International College, Zhuhai, China (teaching three undergraduate courses during sabbatical)

2007– 2007  Visiting Fellow - Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.  (during sabbatical). Directing colloquium for Ph.D. students

2004- 2004 Visiting Research Scholar – Psychological Studies in Education, Temple    University, Philadelphia, PA. 19122 (during sabbatical)

2002                Departments of Psychology, and department of Marriage and Family Therapy, Loma Linda University. Loma Linda, California. 

                        Visiting professor - Teaching three courses at the graduate level during sabbatical and supervising Ph.D. students on their dissertation.

2000                Department of Psychology, Loma Linda University. Loma Linda, California.

Visiting professor - Teaching three courses at the graduate level during sabbatical and supervising Ph.D. students on their dissertation.

1987-1988       The Center for Cognitive therapy, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania. Clinical fellow (during sabbatical); responsibilities - psychotherapy, diagnostic evaluations, intakes and research.

1981-1987       Boarding Homes Israeli Children, 4 Wedgwood Street, Jerusalem, Israel.

                        Chief psychologist (part-time). Responsibilities: training and supervising psychologist in several boarding homes, consultation to management in various aspects including hiring of personnel.

1979-1980       Mental Health Services, Ministry of Health, State of Israel.

                        National Coordinator of the Unit for Substance Abuse Therapy.

1973-1979       Eagleville Hospital and Rehabilitation Center, Eagleville, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

                        Co-project director in a demonstration grant on the implications of alcohol abuse among drug addicts on treatment and recovery.

1971-1973       Research and Development Center for cognitive Learning University of Wisconsin,  Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Data analyst (part-time position) in the Pre-reading Skill Project under the directorship of Prof. R. Venezky.

1968-1971       Municipality of Rishon-le-Zion, Israel; The Psycho-educational Clinic - Director of the Clinic. Responsibilities: Psychological evaluation and individual therapy of children, consultation with school personnel and parents.

1967-1971       Bar-Ilan University, Department of Psychology, Consultant/programmer, teaching and research assistant (part-time).

1962-1966       Israel Defense Forces, Officer Selection Program. Psychological Examiner; responsibilities - psychological evaluation of candidates for officer training school. Honorable discharge. Rank: Full Lieutenant.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

2009 -  2011    President - Facet Theory Association

2002-present   Gestalt Review. Member of the Board.

2002-present   Script. Member of the advisory editorial board.

2001-2005       Editor of the Facet Theory Association Newsletter.

1990-2005       Civil Guard: Active volunteer.

2001-2002       Member of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy Trauma Task Force.

1999                Gestalt Associates Training of Los Angeles - Certified Gestalt Therapist.

2001-2005       Gestalt Association Training of Los Angeles (GATLA). Training Faculty, Summer Residentials.              

1996                Distinguished Volunteer Award – The Municipality of Rishon-Le-Zion.

 

Member of the Inter-ministerial Committee on Substance Abuse; Appointed by the Minister of Social Affairs (1979 – 1981).

Member of the steering committee of the National Epidemiological Survey on Substance Abuse in Israel (1982) - Institute of Applied Social Research

Reviewer and Ad Hoc editorial consultant to:

Educational Psychologist, Journal for Jewish Religious Education, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Journal of Research in Personality, Perceptual and Motor Skills, Personality and Individual Differences, British Journal of Psychology, Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, Megamot (Hebrew), Crime and Social Deviance (Hebrew).

Member of the organizing committee of The First International Congress on Drugs and Alcohol, 1981.

Israel Defense Forces reserve service: Mental Health Officer. Honorable Discharge; Rank - Captain.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Academy of Cognitive Therapy - Founding Fellow. Certificate Number - 452.

1994-present   American Psychological Association (foreign affiliate - 1974).

1995-present   Division of Clinical Psychology.

1972-present   Israel Psychological Association.

1988-present   Israeli Association for Behavioral - Cognitive Therapy.

1997-present   Israeli Association for Gestalt Therapy.

 

 

GRANTS

1981-1982       The Israel Science Foundation.

1977-1979       National Institute on Drug Abuse (With Harriet L. Barr).

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

1              Barr, H. L., & Cohen, A. (1978). The problem drinking drug addict. Publication of the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

2              Cohen, A. (Ed.) (2009). Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences. Jerusalem: FTA.

Chapters in Books

3              Steinberger, H., & Cohen, A. (1976). Problem drinking by drug addicts: Psychosocial characteristics. In A. Schecter, H. Alksne & E. Kaufman (Eds.), Critical concerns in the field of drug abuse (931-933). New York: Marcel Dekker.

4              Cohen, A. (1976). Problem drinking by drug addicts: Characteristics of drug use. In A. Schecter, H. Alksne & E. Kaufman (Eds.), Critical concerns in the field of drug abuse (943-951). New York: Marcel Dekker.

5              Barr, H. L., Cohen, A., Hannigan, P., & Steinberger, H. (1977). Problem drinking by drug addicts and its implications. In F. A. Seixas (Ed.), Currents in Alcoholism, Vol. 2 (269-284). New York: Grune and Stratton.

6              Barr, H. L., & Cohen, A. (1980). The problem drinking drug addict. In S.E. Gardner (Ed.), National Drug/Alcohol Collaborative Project: Issues in Multiple Substance Abuse (78-115). Rockville: U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

7              Cohen, A., Burley, T., & Haerich, P. (2001). Comparison between depressed and non-depressed SSA solutions of the Beck Depression Inventory. In D. Elizur (Ed.), Facet theory: Integrating theory with data analysis. Prague: Matfyz.

8              Appel, Z., Elizur, D., & Cohen, A. (2001). Facet differentiation of the self. . In D. Elizur (Ed.), Facet theory: Integrating theory with data analysis. Prague: Matfyz.

9              Cohen, A., & Nathan, S. (2002). The use of moral dilemmas in reducing discrepancy in moral reasoning between disadvantaged and advantaged children. In Y. Iram & N. Moslovaty (Eds.), Values in the Israeli society. Tel Aviv: Ramot.

10           Cohen, A., Sonne, J., & Zvilna, K. (2003). The identification of underlying dimensionality in social sciences: Dimensions of stress: Smallest space analysis of the stress appraisal measure. In S. Levy & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Toward cumulative social science (339-345). Ljubljana: Center for Educational Development, University of Ljubljana.

11            Cohen, A. (2003). The facets of depression: Disturbance domain and level of arousal. In S. Levy & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Toward cumulative social science (pp. 347-355). Ljubljana: Center for Educational Development, University of Ljubljana.

12           Cohen, A. (2003). The identification of underlying dimensionality in social sciences: Differences between factor analysis and smallest spaces analysis. In S. Levy & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Toward cumulative social science (pp. 61-71). Ljubljana: Center for Educational Development, University of Ljubljana.

13           Cohen, A., Fiorello, C. A., & Farley, F. H. (2005). Smallest space analysis of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – IV (pp. 3-10). In W. B. Bilsky & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Design, analysis, and application. Rome: Facet Theory Association.

14           Cohen, A. (2005). Validation of the Rorschach scoring system through smallest space analysis (pp. 11-17). In W. B. Bilsky & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Design, analysis and application. Rome: Facet Theory Association.

15           Miller, S. M., Cohen, A., & Miller, K. L. (2005). The underlying dimensionality of the Survey of Cultural Attitudes and Behaviors (pp. 75-80). In W. B. Bilsky & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Design, analysis and application. Rome: Facet Theory Association.

16           Cohen, A. Grizim, H. & Levy, S. (2005). The structure of feminine self-concept of preadolescent religious girls (pp. 103-110). In W. B. Bilsky & D. Elizur (Eds.), Facet theory: Design, analysis and application. Rome: Facet Theory Association.

17           Cohen, A. (2006). A comparison between factor analysis and Smallest Space Analysis of the Comprehensive Scoring system of the Rorschach. In M. Brown & P. H. Mohler (Eds.), Beyond the horizon of measurement. Mannheim, Germany: Zentrum fur Umfragen, Methoden und Analysen.

18           Cohen, A., &  Hupert,  S.  (2008). Smallest Space Analysis  of  a  questionnaire for lack of differentiation  among  couples.  In E. Yaniv & D. Elizur  (Ed.), Facet  Theory:  Theory  and Research in Social Science (pp. 99-114). Jerusalem: Facet Theory Association.

19           Cohen, A., Amrani, N., & Maslovati, N. (2008). How teachers evaluate their students: Teachers considerations in selecting the means for evaluating the student. In D. Elizur & E. Yaniv (Eds.), Facet theory: Theory, and research in social sciences. Jerusalem: Academon (In Hebrew).

20           Cohen, A., Kramarski, B., & Mevarech, Z. (2008). The underlying characteristics of strategies for self-regulated learning. In D. Elizur & E. Yaniv (Eds.), Facet theory: Theory, and research in social sciences. Jerusalem: Academon (In Hebrew).

21           Feldman, M., & Cohen, A. (2009). Relationship between Existential Style and personality, depression and wellbeing. In Y. Rand & D. Shcolnick (Ed.), Existential style: Theoretical and empirical perspectives (pp. 328-363). Tel-Aviv:  Mofet Institute Publication. (In Hebrew).

22           Cohen, A. (2009). The facets of depression: A new inventory for measuring depression. In A. Cohen (Ed.), Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences. Jerusalem: FTA.

23           Cohen, A., &  Hupert,  S.  (2009). Facets of marital relationship: A new measure for differentiation. . In  A. Cohen (Ed.), Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences (pp. 243-252). Jerusalem: FTA.

24           Cohen, A., & Hui, S. (2009) The underlying structure of the NEO Five Factors Inventory among Chinese respondents. In D. Elizur & E. Yaniv (Eds.), Theory construction and multivariate analysis: Applications of Facet Theory approach (pp. 257-268). Israel: FTA publications.

25           Cohen, A., & Levy, A. (2009). The Facets of Depression: A New Inventory for Measuring Depression. In  A. Cohen (Ed.), Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences (pp. 215-227). Jerusalem: FTA.

26           Cohen, A., Kramerski, B., & Mevarech, Z. (2009). Self-Regulation in Learning Questionnaire among the Israeli Examinees of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). In A. Cohen (Ed.), Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences (pp 281-291). Jerusalem: FTA.

27           Cardoso, A. F., Ducette, J. P., Cohen, A. (2009). Smallest Space Analysis of Olweus Questionnaire. In A. Cohen (Ed.), Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences (pp. 269-279). Jerusalem: FTA.

28           Sivan, S., & Cohen, A. (2009). Smallest Space Analysis of Leisure Education. In A. Cohen, (Ed.), Facet Theory and Scaling: In search of structure in Behavioral and social sciences (pp. 153-158). Jerusalem: FTA.

29           Sivan, S., & Cohen, A. (2009). The underlying structure of leisure education: Students’ and teacher’s views. In D. Elizur & E. Yaniv (Eds.), Theory construction and multivariate analysis: Applications of Facet Theory approach (pp. 215-222). Israel: FTA publications.

30           Alt, D., Cohen. A., & Maslovaty, N. (2009). The dimensionality of right-wing authoritarianism structured through structural equation modeling and smallest space analysis. In D. Elizur & E. Yaniv (Eds.), Theory construction and multivariate analysis: Applications of Facet Theory approach (pp. 279-290). Israel: FTA publications.

31            Maslovaty, N., Cohen A., & Furman, S. (In Press). The structural validity of the perceived traits of the “ideal student”: Multi-faceted theory among education students. Studies in Educational Evaluation.

32           Alt, D., Maslovaty, N. & Cohen, A. (Accepted for publication) The effects of personal background on civic concepts, attitudes and activities among high school students.  In C.  Klaassen, and N. Maslovaty (Eds.), Moral education in multicultural societies. The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

33           Maslovaty, N., Miron, M., & Cohen, A. (Accepted for publication). The Ideal Affective Extended Domain of Traits as Perceived by Education Students. In C.  Klaassen & N. Maslovaty (Eds.), Moral education in multicultural societies. The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

34           Steinberger, P., Magen-Nagar, N., & Cohen, A. (2011). What intensifies identity conflicts? the structure of conflict centrality in religious Zionist women. In: Fisher, Y. & Friedman, A. I. (Eds.) (2011). New horizons for facet theory: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Searching for Structure in Content Spaces and Measurement. FTA publication. Tel-Aviv, Israel (pp. 131-146).

35           Magen-Nagar, N., Steinberger, P., & Cohen, A. (2011). The underlying structure of the perception of the quality of teaching students in class. In: Fisher, Y. & Friedman A. I. (Eds.) (2011). New horizons for facet theory: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Searching for Structure in Content Spaces and Measurement. FTA publication. Tel-Aviv, Israel (pp. 201-212).

36           Wen, X., Cohen, A., & Shouying, Z. (accepted for publication). When Guttman met Leary: Smallest Space Analysis of the interpersonal circumplex model. In: Fisher, Y. & Friedman A. I. (Eds.) (2011). New horizons for facet theory: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Searching for Structure in Content Spaces and Measurement. FTA publication. Tel-Aviv, Israel (pp. 127-136).

In Periodicals

37           Cohen. A., Engles, D., Nilles, R., Rubner, S., & Waller, R. (1973). A classroom technique for improving self-concept of 7th graders.  Guidelines for Pupil Services, 1, 105-109.

38           Cohen, A., & Farley, F. H. (1973). An exploratory study of individual differences in perceptual centering and decentering.  Journal of Psychology, 84, 113-136.

39           Cohen, A. (1973). Smallest space analysis of the Revised Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities. Psychology in the Schools, 10, 107-110.

40           Farley, F. H., & Cohen, A. (1974). The development of decentering in children: A critical note. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 126, 41-44.

41           Farley, F. H., & Cohen, A. (1974). Scale interdependency effect and the smallest space analysis of structure. Psychological Bulletin, 81, 766-772.

42           Farley, F. H., Cohen, A., & Foster, A. (1975). Predicting locus of control in blacks and whites. Journal of Blacks Studies, 6, 299-304.

43           Goldberg, J., Yinon, Y., & Cohen, A. (1975). A cross-cultural comparison between the Israeli and the American Fear Survey Inventory. Journal of Social Psychology, 97, 131-132.

44           Goldberg, J., Yinon, Y., & Cohen, A. (1975). A factor analysis of the Israeli Fear Survey Inventory. Psychological Report, 36, 175-179.

45           Cohen, A. (1976). Alcohol and heroin: Structural comparison of reasons for use between drug addicts and alcoholics. Annals of the New-York Academy of Science, 273, 605-612.

46           Cohen, A., & Farley, F. H. (1976). The smallest space analysis of visual pursuit in children. Journal of Motor Behavior, 8, 289-295.

47           Barr H. L., Carroll, J. F. X, Africano, A. L, Cohen, A, Debruce, D. J., Johnson, T. M., Kurpiel, R. A., Mckenna, G. J, Merriken, S. L., Pandina, R. J., Patrick, S. W., Pleis, J. M., Pringle, G. H., Sanchez, H. S., Santo, Y., Schnoll, S., Siebold, T. H., Smith, D. E., Synigal, C. B., Szapocznik, J., Wackwitz, J. H. (1976). Panel workshop - multiple substance abuse – new face of addiction. Contemporary Drug Problems, 5, 239-303.


 

 

 

48           Barr, H. L., & Cohen, A. (1977). Types of addicts and their pattern of alcohol use. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 1, 176.

49           Cohen, A., & Farley, F. H. (1977). The common item problem in measurement: Effect on cross-cultural invariance of personality inventory structure. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 37, 757-760.

50           Farley, F. H., Cohen, A., Goldberg, J., & Yinon, Y. (1978). Fears in American and Israeli women. Journal of Social Psychology, 106, 17-24.

51           Farley, F., & Cohen, A. (1978). Imagery-based centering and decentering: Experimental effect and individual differences. Journal of Mental Imagery, 2, 199-208.

52           Cohen, A., & Barr, H. (1978). Should we treat all addicted people in the same way? Contemporary Drug Problems, 77, 211-214.

53           Cohen, A., & Hannigan, P. (1978). Every silver lining has a cloud or how to do yourself out of a job as a data analyst. American Psychologist, 33, 1144-1145.

54           Barr, H. L., Cohen, A., & Ottenberg D. J. (1978). Measuring consequences of alcoholism. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2, 220.

55           Cohen, A., Barr, H. L., & Ottenberg, D. J. (1978). Alcoholics and drug addict: Are they psychologically different. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2, 224.

56           Farley, F. H., Cohen, A., & Sanfeliz, A. (1979). Aesthetic dimensions and picture memory: A re-analysis. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 78, 729-730.

57           Farley, F. H., Steinberger, H., Cohen, A., & Barr, H. L. (1979). Test of a theory of delinquency:  "Delinquent" behaviors among institutionalized drug addicts as a function of arousal and the sensation-seeking motive. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 6, 41-48.

58           Cohen, A., & Farley, F. H. (1979). The common item in measurement: Effect on structure. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 14, 91-108.

59           Farley, F. H., & Cohen, A. (1980). Common items and reliability in personality measurement. Journal of Research in Personality, 14, 207-211.

60           Cohen, A. (1982). The "Urge to Classify" the narcotic addict: A review of psychiatric classification I. The International Journal of the Addictions, 17, 213-222.

61           Cohen, A. (1984). The "Urge to Classify" the narcotic addict: A review of psychiatric classification II. The International Journal of the Addictions, 19, 335-353.

62            Cohen, A., Schmida, M. & Zidkiyahu, S. (1985). Democracy in the school: A theoretical review. Studies in Education, 42, 5-18 (in Hebrew).

63            Cohen, A., Schmida, M., & Ferman, I. (1985). The personal involvement project: Differences between volunteering and non-volunteering high school pupils. Megamot, 29, 216-222 (in Hebrew).

64           Lufi, D., & Cohen, A. (1985). Using the WISC-R to identify attentional deficit disorder. Psychology in the Schools, 22, 40-42.

65           Lufi, D., & Cohen, A. (1985). Attentional deficit disorder and short-term visual memory. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41, 265-267.

66           Cohen, A., & Lewin, I. (1986). Egocentric versus allocentric perception of stimuli on the body surface. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 63, 1039-1046.

67           Cohen, A., & Harrison, M. D. (1986). The "Urge to Classify" the drug user: A review of classifications by pattern of abuse. The International Journal of the Addictions, 21, 1249-1260.

68           Cohen, A. (1986). Psychosocial typology of drug addicts and implications for treatment. The International Journal of the Addictions, 21, 147-154.

69           Katz, S., Cohen, A., & Krulik, I. (1987). Relationship between social support, mother’s coping behavior and perception of her chronically ill child with congenital heart disease. Pediatric Cardiology, 8, 66-67.

70           Cohen, A., Schmida, M., & Zidkiyahu, S. (1987). Validity and reliability of a questionnaire for measuring the level of democracy in high school. Megamot, 30, 316-331 (in Hebrew).

71           Lufi, D., & Cohen, A. (1987). A scale for measuring persistence in children. Journal of Personality Assessment, 51, 178-185.

72           Barr, H. L., & Cohen, A. (1987). Abusers of alcohol and narcotics: Who are they? The International Journal of the Addictions, 22, 525-541.

73           Schmida, M., Katz, Y., & Cohen, A. (1987). Ability grouping and students social orientation. Urban Education, 21, 421-431.

74           Lufi, D., & Cohen, A. (1988). Differential diagnosis of learning disability versus emotional disturbance using the WISC-R. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 21, 515-516.

75           Cohen, A., & Amrani, N. (1989). The effects of achievement in reading on the self-esteem of underprivileged adolescents in the military. Megamot, 32, 75-83 (in Hebrew).

76           Lufi, D., Cohen, A., & Parish-Plass, J. (1990). Identifying attention deficit hyperactive disorder with the WISC-R and the Stroop Color and Word Test. Psychology in the Schools, 27, 28-34.

77           Cohen, A., & Schiff, R. (1996). Linguistic abilities of Poor vs. Skilled readers. International Journal of Special Education, 11(2), 8-21.

78           Cohen, A., Schiff, R., & Gillis-Carlebach, M. (1996). Complexity of morphological, syntactic, and narrative characteristics: A comparison of children with reading difficulties and children who can read. Megamot, 37, 273-291 (in Hebrew).

79           Cohen, A. (2001). Review on "Empirical and hermeneutic approaches to phenomenological research in psychology" Gestalt, 5(2), (E-Journal).

80           Cohen, A. (2002). Gestalt Therapy and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The potential and its (lack of) fulfillment. Gestalt, 6(1), (E-Journal).

81           Padesky, C.A., Candido, D., Cohen, A., Gluhoski, V., McGinn, L.K., Sisti, M., Westover, S. (2002). Academy of Cognitive Therapy's Trauma Task Force Report. [on-line].  Available: http://academyofct.org/Info/Zoom.asp?InfoID=150&szparent=127

82           Lufi, Z., Parish-Plass, J., & Cohen, A. (2003). Persistence in higher education and its relationship to other personality variables. College Student Journal, 37, 50-63.

83           Cohen, A. (2003). Smallest space analysis of the Beck Depression Inventory. Megamot, 42, 281-295. (In Hebrew).

84           Cohen, A., & Court, D. (2003). Ethnography and case study: A comparative analysis. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 7, 283-287.

85           Cohen, A. (2003). Gestalt therapy and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: The irony and the challenge. Gestalt Review, 7, 42-55.

86           Cohen, A., Nathan, S., & Maslovaty, N. (2005). Narrowing the gap in moral judgment between disadvantaged and advantaged students through moral dilemmas and wisdom of the Sages. Curriculum and Teaching, 20, 5-21.

87           Lufi, D., Okasha, S., & Cohen, A. (2005). Test-anxiety and its effect on students with learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 27, 176-184.

88           Cohen, A., Fiorello, C. A., & Farley, F. H. (2006). The cylindrical structure of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – IV: A retest of Guttman model of intelligence. Intelligence, 34, 587-591.

89           Givon, S., & Cohen, A. (2008). Emotional and cognitive process of students with learning disabilities on their pursuit of matriculation certificate. Educational Counseling, 15, 67-99.

90           Wyman, L., & Cohen, A. (2007). Supervising the revisited Fritz Perls. Gestalt Review, 11, 52-58.

91           Cohen, A. (2008). The underlying dimensionality of the Beck Depression Inventory –II: A multidimensional scaling approach. Journal of Research in Personality, 42, 779-786.

92           Cohen, A. (2009). Validation of Guttman’s theory of intelligence through the WISC-IV. Megamot – Behavioral Sciences Journal, 46, (3), 439-452.

93           Maslovaty, N., Cohen A., & Furman, S. (2008). The structural validity of the perceived traits of the “ideal student”: Multi-faceted theory among education students. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 34 (3), 165-172.

94           Cohen, A., Levy, S. & Grizim, H. (Accepted for publication) The feminine self-concept of pre-adolescent religious girls in Israel. The International Journal of Cross-cultural Research.

95           Hauptman,H., & Cohen, A. (2011). The synergetic effect of learning styles on the interaction between virtual environments and the enhancement of spatial thinking. Computers & Education, 57 (3), 123-135.

  Additional non-referee Professional Publications

a             Cohen, A. (1990). Experiences of former graduate students. In H. J. Klausmeier: The Wisconsin Center for Education Research: Twenty-five years of knowledge generation and educational improvement. Madison, WI: School of Education, University of Wisconsin. Cohen, A. (1999).

b             Cohen, A. 2002). Gestalt therapy and mechanisms of defense: How to identify them and how to work with them according to the gestalt therapy principles. A teaching kit that enables the assimilation of gestalt therapy approach to mechanism of defense.

c             Cohen A. (2002). Chief academic consultant of three volumes’ series written by R. Pasternak on: Issues in the sociology of education. Tel Aviv: Open University (in Hebrew).

CONVENTION PRESENTATIONS

1      Cohen, A., & Farley, F. H. The common item problem in measurement. Presented at the Annual American Educational Research Association Convention, April 15, 1974, Chicago.

2      Barr, H., Ottenberg, D. J., & Cohen, A. Drinking by addicts. Presented at the North American Congress on Alcohol and Drug Problems, 1975.

3      Cohen, A. Interface between abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Presented in a panel on the National Drug and Alcohol Collaborative Project at the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, June 12, 1976, Hershey, Pennsylvania.

4      Cohen, A., Cohen, S., & Barr, H. L. Predicting retention in treatment of drug addicts and alcoholics. The 27th Annual Meeting of Alcohol and Drug Problem Association of North America, September 1976, New Orleans.

5      Cohen, A. A tentative typology of Heroin addicts. Columbia University Seminar on Society and Drugs, November 18, 1976, New York.

6      Barr, H. L., Cohen, A., & Ottenberg, D. J. Alcohol abuse by drug addicts. Workshop at The 8th Annual Medical-Scientific Session of the National Alcoholism Forum, May 2, 1977, San Diego.

7      Cohen, A. Types of addicts and their patterns of substance abuse. Presented at The National Drug Abuse Conference, May 6, 1977, San Francisco.

8      Barr, H. L., & Cohen, A. The multivariate nature of treatment outcome. The 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, June 23, 1978, Toronto, Canada.

9      Cohen, A. Treatment approaches to substance abuse. A Congress on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, December 18-19, 1979, The Institute of Criminology, Jerusalem University (in Hebrew).

10   Cohen, A. The use of psychiatric diagnosis in the classification of substance abusers. The National Integrative Conference on Drugs, November 24-25, 1980, Jerusalem University.

11   Cohen, A. The 'Urge to Classify' the drug user: A review of three approaches. The International Congress on Drug and Alcohol, September 13-18, 1981, Jerusalem.

12   Sivan, A., & Cohen A. Sensation seeking and exposure to drugs among adolescents. The 5th National Conference of the Israeli Criminology Society, April 1982, Jerusalem University.

13   Cohen, A., Shmida, M., & Zidkiyahu, S. A questionnaire for measuring level of democracy in high school. The Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society of Research in Education, 1983, Jerusalem University.

14   Lufi, D., & Cohen, A. Measuring persistence in children. The 20th Scientific Conference of the Israeli Psychological Association, February 4-6, 1985, Bar-Ilan University.

15   Cohen, A. Democracy in the school. Education Towards Democracy. A conference sponsored by the Ministry of Education. February 28, 1985, Bar-Ilan University.

16   Zidkiyahu, S., Cohen, A., & Shmida, M. Teacher training in education toward democracy. The International Conference of Yanusz Korczak Association, June 19-20, 1986, Israel.

17   Shmida, M., Zidkiyahu, S., & Cohen, A. Peer relations in education toward democracy. The International Conference of Yanuz Korcak Association, June 19-20, 1986, Israel.

18   Cohen, A. Education as a primary prevention of delinquency. Children of Prisoners: Problems and Solutions. June 12, 1991. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

19   Cohen, A., & Sagi, R. The relationship between attitudes towards democracy and personality variables in high school students. The Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society of Research in Education. June 29-30, 1991; Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.

20   Apple, Z., & Cohen, A. Marital enrichment according to PAIRS model. The 9th Annual meeting of the Israeli Society for Family Therapy, October 21-22, 1992, Israel.

21   Cohen A., & Agbaria, A. A. J. The perception of school climate among Arab high school students. The Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society of Research in Education. February 16-18, 1993; Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

22   Cohen, A., & Schiff, R. A comparison of linguistic, characteristics between poor skilled readers. The Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society of Research in Education. February 16-18, 1993; Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

23   Cohen, A., & Cinamon, R. The relationship between the parent punishing style and the child attribution style. The Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society of Research in Education. February 16-18, 1993; Haifa University, Haifa, Israel.

24   Cohen, A. School climate and educating for democracy. International Conference for Democracy in Multicultural Society; June 6-10, 1993, Jerusalem, Israel.

25   Cohen, A. Measuring democratic climate in the school. Contemporary Education. The Second Teacher Association Conference. October 3-5, 1993. Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

26   Apple, Z., & Cohen, A. A training program for leaders in group work with couples. The National Conference on Group Theory. March, 1994, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

27   Cohen, A., & Shalom, H. A new version of a questionnaire for measuring school climate. The 11th Scientific Conference of the Israeli Society of Research in Education, February 5-7, 1995, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.

28   Cohen, A., & Apple, Z. A questionnaire for measuring differentiation of self in marriage. The Annual Convention of the Israeli Psychological Association. 1996. Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

29   Cohen, A., & Apple, Z. A new scale for measuring level of differentiation among couples. The 7th International Conference on Family Therapy. March 10-13, 1997. Jerusalem, Israel.

30   Cohen, A., & Shtauber, G. The relationship between family climate and authoritarianism to students’ attitudes toward democratic values. Contemporary Education: The International Conference of Teachers and Educators in Israel and the Diaspora. July 7-9, 1998. Haifa, Israel.

31   Cohen, A., & Yoged, A. The relationship between authoritarianism to teachers’ attitudes toward democratic values. Contemporary Education: The International Conference of Teachers and Educators in Israel and the Diaspora. July 7-9, 1998. Haifa, Israel.

32   Cohen, A., & Nathan, S. Effect of test anxiety on attention - Color-naming of test related words. The International Conference on Psychology. June 12-14, 2000. University of Haifa, Israel.

33   Schiff, R., Cohen, A., & Schwartzwald, O. (2000). The influence of the morphological, phonological and orthographic characteristics of words on the oral reading accuracy of second, forth and sixth graders. In F. Nassar, N. Hativa. & Z. Shits (Eds.), The proceedings of the 22nd AYALA Conference: Educational Research and Implementation in the Changing World (pp. 154-157). Even Yehuda: Reches.  

34   Cohen, A. Smallest space analysis of the Beck Depression Inventory among depressed and non-depressed respondents. The 8th International Facet Theory Conferences. Prague, July, 2001.

35   Cohen, A., & Court, D. Case study and ethnography. New Horizons: A conference of Qualitative Research. September, 10-11, 2001. Tel Aviv University, Israel.

36   Maslovaty, N., Natan, S., & Cohen, A. (2002, April). Narrowing the gap in level of moral reasoning: Moral dilemmas and cultural beliefs. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA     

37   Titelbaum, D., Cohen, N., & Cohen A. “Teaching as a mission”, “Chemistry as a profession” and “Coincidence”: Three types of chemistry teachers. Annual Conference of the Israeli Teachers’ Association. August, 2002, Israel.

38   Schiff, R., Cohen, A., & Har-Zvi S. A metacognitive training program using linguistic analogies and its effects on Israeli third graders’ spelling and cognitive abilities. International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology. The 9th International Conference. July 7-10, 2003, University Of Washington Campus, Seattle, Washington.

39   Cohen, A. Mapping sentence of depression. The 9th International Facet Theory Conferences. Ljubljana, July 2003.

40   Cohen, A. Teaching the multifaceted characteristics of contact modulators. Weaving the Fabric Community. Annual Conference of the Gestalt Australia and New-Zealand Association. May, 13-15, 2004

41   Cohen, A. SSA of the Rorschach. The 10th International Facet Theory Conference, Rome, July 11-15, 2005.

42   Cohen, A Comparison of SSA and factor analysis on three tests (In Hebrew). Facet Theory: Theory and Practice. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. November 28th, 2005.

43   Cohen, A., Amrani, N., & Maslovati, N. Teachers’ rationale for choosing evaluation methods for their students. Facet Theory: Theory and Research in Social Sciences. Conference at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. June 6th 2006.

44   Cohen, A., & Hupert, S. Inauthentic behavior as a measure of luck of differentiation among marriage couples. Conference at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. June 6th 2006.

45   Cohen A., Kramarski, B., & Mevarech, Z. The underlying structure of self-regulated learning. Facet theory approach. Conference at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. June 6th 2006.

46   Wyman, L., & Cohen, A. Shrinking Distances - It Can Be a Smaller World After All. The 8th International Conference for Gestalt Therapy. Vancouver, Canada. 9-13 August 2006.

47   Alt,D., Maslovaty, N., & Cohen, A. (2007, June) . The relationship between teachers' perceptions of media literacy's teaching methods and democratic orientations among adolescents. The fifth international conference Teacher Education at a Crossroads.
Kaye academic college of education, Beer Sheva & The Mofet institute, Tel Aviv.

48   Miron, M., Maslovat, N., & Cohen A. (2007, June),The taxonomy of the affective domain as perceived by education students. The fifth international conference Teacher Education at a Crossroads. Kaye academic college of education, Beer Sheva & The Mofet institute, Tel Aviv.

49   Passig, D., Hauptman, H., & Cohen, A. (2007).  Advancing spatial thinking with virtual reality and meta-cognitive self-regulation. Informatics, Mathematics and ICT: A “golden triangle” Working Joint IFIP Conference. Northeastern University, Boston, MA. 27th -29th, 2007.

50   Maslovat, N., Alt, D., & Cohen, A. The contribution of media literacy to the system of perceptions, attitudes and civil-democratic behaviors among adolescents. Invited symposia - Getting involved: Moral and democratic education. Sig. 13, EARLI. Budapest. August 2007.

51    Alt, D., Maslovaty, N., & Cohen, A. The relationship between gender, ethnic origin and adolescents’ system civil - democratic perceptions, attitudes and behaviors. Sig 13, EARLI, Budapest, August 2007.

52   Cohen, A., Levi, M., & Orbach, I.  Dimensionality of Depression: Validation of a New Measure for Depression. The 11th International Facet Theory Conference Temple University, Philadelphia, August 6-9, 2007.

53   Kumar, V. K., Cohen, A., & Farley, F. The Underlying Dimensionality of Suggestibility: Smallest Space Analysis of the Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility. The 11th International Facet Theory Conference Temple University, Philadelphia, August 6-9, 2007.

54   Cohen, A., & Hupert, S. Differentiation of Self: A New Measure. The 11th International Facet Theory Conference Temple University, Philadelphia, August 6-9, 2007.

55   Cardoso, T., Ducette, J. P., & Cohen, A.  The Structure of Bullying: Smallest Space Analysis of Olweus Questionnaire. The 11th International Facet Theory Conference Temple University, Philadelphia, August 6-9, 2007.

56   Sivan, A., & Cohen, A. Smallest Space Analysis of Leisure Education. The 11th International Facet Theory Conference Temple University, Philadelphia, August 6-9, 2007.

57   Cohen, A., Hui, S., & Feldman, M. (2009). The underlying structure of the "Big Five" among Israeli and Chinese respondents. The 12th international conference of the Facet Theory Association, June 14 - 17, Jerusalem Israel.

58    Cohen, A. (2009). Test of validity through multi-trait/multi-method approach. Paper presented to the 12th International Facet Theory Conference: New horizons in theory construction and data analysis: Facet Theory (FT), Multidimensional Scaling (MDS), SSA, POSAC and related approaches. Jerusalem (June 21-24).

59   Cohen A. (2009). The arousal dimension in the symptomatology of depression: Smallest Space Analysis. Paper presented to the 12th International Facet Theory Conference: New horizons in theory construction and data analysis: Facet Theory (FT), Multidimensional Scaling (MDS), SSA, POSAC and related approaches. Jerusalem (June 21-24).

60   Cohen, A., & Fridkin S. (2009).  Smallest Space Analysis of the test Anxiety Inventory among Israeli students. Paper presented to the 12th International Facet Theory Conference: New horizons in theory construction and data analysis: Facet Theory (FT), Multidimensional Scaling (MDS), SSA, POSAC and related approaches. Jerusalem (June 21-24).

61   Alt, D., Cohen. A., & Maslovaty, N., (2009). The Dimensionality of Right-Wing Authoritarianism structured through Structural Equation Modeling and Smallest Space Analysis. Paper presented to the 12th International Facet Theory Conference: New horizons in theory construction and data analysis: Facet Theory (FT), Multidimensional Scaling (MDS), SSA, POSAC and related approaches. Jerusalem (June 21-24).

 

62   Alt, D., Maslovaty, N., & Cohen. A. (2009). The relationships between constructivist learning environment and democratic attitudes towards different social groups. Paper presented to the 35th Conference of the Association for Moral Education (AME). The Netherlands (July 2-40).