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Year Student Advisor
2020 Singleness among adults with intellectual disability a comparison between women and men in the Arab sector from the perspective of psychological theories: (attachment, intimacy), modern theories (choice, lack of chance) and differences (HEBREW) MA Adilla, Majdoline Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2020 "I hope it happens to you soon": singlehood among adults with intellectual disability : the intrapersonal, interpersonal and structural levels of the stigma model (HEBREW) PhD Haguel, Hagit Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2020 Life stories narratives of adults with dual diagnosis of intellectual disability and mental disorders personal identity, quality of life and future orientation (HEBREW) MA Shahar, Ayelet Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2020 Effect of aerobic walk on verbal creativity and verbal fluency of adults with intellectual disability with non-specific etiology, compared to adults with typical development (HEBREW) MA Shapira, Dorel Prof. Nira Mashal, Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2019 Emotional intelligence and psychological capital amongst students with intellectual disabilities (ID) who participate in adapted academic enrichment and students with ID who are fully integrated in regular courses (HEBREW) MA Abu-Salah Jabali, Sana Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2019 Life stories told by adults with ASD : personal identities, quality of life, and future orientation (HEBREW) MA Ahimeir-Carmel, Osnat Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2018 The contribution of the endogenous and exogenous factors to the three components of working memory among adolescents and adults with intellectual disability: the impaired, stable and the compensatory trajectories (HEBREW) PhD Kilberg, Esther Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2018 The effect of faithless intervention content on self-determination, self-efficacy and empowerment of religious-spiritual resources among adolescent with down syndrome in the Haredic sector (HEBREW) MA Makovetsky, Lea Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Dr. Dalia Tal
2018 Emotional intelligence and psychological capital : a comparison between adults with intellectual disabilities and adults with typical development (HEBREW) MA Malka-Tzemah, Yael Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2018 Working memory (phonological loop, the visuo-spatial sketchpad and the central executive) according to task load among students with ID participating in academic enrichment versus those who are fully integrated in regular courses (HEBREW) MA Mhagna, Mona Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2017 Impaired, stable or compensatory trajectories of intelligence and memory among adolescents and adults with down syndrome: the contribution of endogenous and exogenous factors on these measures (HEBREW) PhD Bustan, Noa Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2017 Brain lateralization and cooperation between the hemispheres within lexical decision, among intellectually disabled within a specific etiology, and amongst those with down’s syndrome, in comparison to adults with regular development (HEBREW) MA Cohen, Bat-El Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Nira Mashal
2017 Interaction between staff and children with severe and profound intellectual disability in a kindergarten and their attitudes toward the development and progress of those children (HEBREW) MA Sokolovski, Natalie Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2016 The trajectories of intelligence and memory in adolescence and adulthood of people with intellectual disability, compared to those with typical development : in three possible trajectories: the impaired, the parallel and the continuing (HEBREW) PhD Chen, Irit Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2016 Spiritual accompaniment and support of terminal patients : role perception from the perspective of the spiritual guide (HEBREW) MA Sabag-Guttman, Dafna Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2016 The effect of participation in a workshop on the topic of a curriculum for students with severe and profound intellectual disability: the stance of the school staff towards implementing the changes, planning and teamwork (HEBREW) MA Sapir, Efrat Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Dr. Dalia Tal
2015 The use of reading processers - phonological, orthographic, semantic and context among children and adolescents with intellectually disabled with reference to their chronological age and mental age (HEBREW) MA Froindlich, Esti Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Dr. Varda Sobelman-Rosenthal
2014 Trilogy of leadership phenomena in a population with ID : traits, leadership styles and the reciprocal relationship between leaders and followers (HEBREW) PhD Nissim, Shoshana Prof. Joseph Klein, Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2014 The effect of depth of processing on acquiring verbal and visual metaphors among adolescents and adults with intellectual disabilities with and without down syndrome (HEBREW) PhD Shnitzer, Shlomit Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Nira Mashal
2014 Meta-analysis of working memory and implicit memory studies in populations with intellectual disability : nonspecific etiology, down syndrome and Williams syndrome, in comparison with typically developing (HEBREW) PhD Stein, Sarit Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Eli Vakil
2014 Age-related differences in intelligence, processing speed and memory among sdults and elderly with intellectual disability compared with adults with typical development : accelerated or parallel trajectory (HEBREW) PhD Zemach, Moran Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Eli Vakil
2013 The impact of MISC intervention on burden and the quality of interaction between caregivers and elderly people with Alzheimer’s disease (HEBREW) MA Abd al-Qadir, Samiha Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2013 The influence of MISC program on sense of burden and quality of interaction between caregivers and elderly citizens with alzheimer’s disease (HEBREW) MA Almalam, Tal Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2012 The impact of MISC intervention program on interaction between staff and adults with intellectual disability and on the cognitive, affective and behavioral functions of the participants (HEBREW) MA Nudelman, Simona Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba
2012 Theory of mind, episode memory and meta-memory among individuals with intellectual disability, with Down syndrome, and Fragile X compared to those with typical development (HEBREW) MA Rahamim-Svirsky, Naama Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba