Prof. Yablon Yaacov B.

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Associate Professor/ Head Educational Counseling Program
Prof. Yaacov Yablon
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Education

2003-2004                   Fulbright postdoctoral fellowship - Harvard University.

 

1999-2003                   Ph.D. with Highest Distinction - School of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

1997-1999                   B.A. Summa Cum Laude - Psychology and Education (Double Major)

                                    Bar-Ilan University, Israel

 

Main Research Interests

Risk & prevention

School violence

Affective education

Peace education

 

Selected Publications

Yablon, Y. B., & Itzhaky, H. (In press). Living in a conflict zone: Where do students feel safe from violence. Journal of Community Psychology.

 

Shuper-Engelhard, E., Klein, P.S., & Yablon, Y. B. (In press). Quality of care at home and in daycare and social behaviour in early childhood. Early Child Development and Care.

 

Francis, L. J., Robbins, M., & Yablon, Y. B. (In press). Religion and happiness: a study among female undergraduate students in Israel. International Journal of Jewish Education Research.

 

Shuper-Engelhard, E., Klein, P.S., & Yablon, Y. B. (In press). The quality of care at home and in daycare center and social behavior in early childhood. Megamot (in Hebrew).

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2013). Students' willingness to seek help from school rabbis for dealing with school violence. Religious Education Journal of Australia, 29(1), 16-21.

 

Yablon, Y. B., & Itzhaky, H. (2013). Children’s relations with homeroom teachers as a protective factor in times of terror. Journal of social and personal relationships, 30(4), 482-496.

 

Ben-Porat, A., Yablon, Y. B., & Itzhaky, H. (2013). Is the development of PTSD blind to differences in social resources? Evidence from high school students facing terrorism. Journal of Community Psychology, 41(2), 175-187.

 

Yablon, Y. B., & Itzhaky, H. (In press). Teachers’ support as a protective factor for students living under terrorism. New Directions for Youth Development.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2012). Social goals and willingness to seek help for school violence. International Journal of Educational Research, 53, 192-200.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2012). Are we preaching to the converted? The role of motivation in understanding the contribution of intergroup encounters. Journal of Peace Education, 9(3) 249-263.

 

Addington, L. A., & Yablon, Y. B. (2011). A cross-national examination of fear in disadvantaged schools: US and Israeli-Arab student experiences. Victims and Offenders, 6(4), 325-340.

 

Katz, Y. J., & Yablon Y. B. (2011). Affect and digital learning at the university level. Campus Wide Information Systems, 28(2), 114-123.

 

Addington, L. A., & Yablon, Y. B. (2011) How safe do students feel at school and while traveling to school?: a comparative look at Israel and the United States. American Journal of Education, 117(4), 465-493.        

 

Yablon, Y. B., Itzhaky, H., & Pagorek-Eshel, S. (2011). Positive and negative effects of long –term bombardment among Israeli adolescents: The role of gender and social environment. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 28(3), 189-202.

 

Addington, L. A., & Yablon, Y. B. (2011). A cross-national examination of fear in disadvantaged schools: US and Israeli-Arab student experiences. Victims and Offenders, 6(4), 325-340.

 

Yablon, Y. B., & Addington, L. A. (2010). Putting students’ views of school safety into context: A comparison of adolescent personal safety across locations in Israel. Journal of School Violence, 9, 1-16.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2010). Student-teacher relationships and students’ willingness to seek help for school violence. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27(8), 1110-1123.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2010). Religion as a basis for dialogue in peace education programs. Cambridge Journal of Education, 40(4), 341-351.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2009). Gender differences in peace education programs. Gender and Education, 21(6), 689-701.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2009). Promoting peace education via voluntary encounters. Cambridge Journal of Education. 39(4), 505-521.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2009). Time span as a factor in contact intervention: Implication for peace education programs. The International Journal for Peace Studies, 14(2) 1-17.

 

Yablon, Y. B. & Katz, Y. J. (2009). Bridging the national divide: using e-learning in citizenship education in Israel. International Journal on Www/internet, 7(1), 109-117.

Yablon, Y. B. (2009). Gender differences in the consistency of attitudes towards peace. Women's Studies International Forum, 32, 305-310.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2009). Privatization of religious public education in Israel: Enhancing parents' educational goals or fostering segregation? International Journal of Inclusive Education, 13(5), 539-551.

 

 

Klein P. S., & Yablon, Y. B. (2008) (Eds.), From research to practice in early childhood education. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities Press.

 

 

Yablon, Y. B., & Noam, G. G. (2008). Transferring knowledge and experience: Training and supervision. New Directions for Youth Development, 120, 79-102.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2008). Internet as a source of help in dealing with school violence. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 39(3), 205-220.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2008). The contribution of emotion to the enhancement of positive relations between conflict groups. Educational Practice and Theory, 30(2) 57-74.

 

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2007). Contact intervention programs for peace education and the reality of dynamic conflicts. Teachers College Record, 109(4), 991-1012.

 

Yablon Y. B. (2007). Feeling close from a distance: Peace encounters via internet technology. New Directions for Youth Development, 116, 99-107.

 

Yablon, Y. B. (2007). Cognitive rather than emotional modification in peace education programs: Advantages and limitations. Journal of Moral Education. 36(1), 51-65.

 

Francies, L. J., Katz, Y .J., Yablon, Y., & Robbins, M. (2004). Religiosity, personality and happiness: A study among Israeli male undergraduates. Journal of Happiness Studies, 5, 315-333.

 

Katz, Y. J., & Yablon Y. B. (2003). Online university learning: Cognitive and affective perspectives. Campus Wide Information Systems, 20(2), 48-54.

 

Katz, Y. J., & Yablon Y. B. (2002). Who is afraid of university internet courses? Educational Media International, 39(1), 69-73.

 

Yablon, Y. B., & Katz, Y. J. (2001). Internet-based group relationships: A high school peace education project in Israel. Educational Media International, 38(2-3), 175-182.

 

Yablon, Y. B., & Katz, Y. J. (2001). Statistics through the medium of internet: What students think and achieve. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 5(4), 17-22.

 

Katz, Y. J., & Yablon Y. B. (2001). (In)Equality in the Israeli educational system: A joint Jewish-Arab educational project. Information Technology Education and Society, 2(2), 77-91.

 

Katz, Y. J., & Yablon Y. B. (2002). Who is afraid of university internet courses? Educational Media International, 39(1), 69-73.