The psychological processes that facilitate or hinder equality

Kahalon, R., Shnabel, N., Sharvit, K., Halabi, S., & Wright, S. (2022). High-quality contact with fellow majority group students is associated with better academic performance of minority group students Personality and Social Psychological Bulletin.

Adar, R., Kahalon, R. *, Izenberg, V., Ulllrich, J., & Afek, A. (2022). Gender bias in the evaluation of interns in different medical specialties: An archival study. Medical Teacher, 44, 893-899.

Kahalon, R., Becker, J., & Shnabel, N. (2022). Appearance comments presented as compliments at work: How are they perceived by targets and observers in and outside of workplace settings? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 52, 751–762.

Kahalon, R., Klein, V., Ksenofontov, I., Ulllrich, J., & Wright, S. (2022). Mentioning the sample’s country in the article’s title leads to bias in research evaluation. Social Psychological and Personality Science. 13, 352–361.

Kahalon, R., Shnabel, N., & Becker, J. (2020). The effects of exposure to positive gender stereotypes on women’s and men’s performance in counter-stereotypical tasks and pursuit of agentic and communal goals. Social Psychology, 51, 50-62.

Kahalon, R., Bareket, O., Vial, A. C., Sassenhagen, N., Becker, J., & Shnabel, N. (2019). The Madonna-whore dichotomy predicts patriarchy endorsement: evidence from Israel, the United States and Germany. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 43, 348-367.

Kahalon, R., Shnabel, N., Halabi, S., & Siman Tov-Nachlieli, I. (2019). Power does matter: Competitive victimhood in minority-majority relations stems from both power and morality needs. British Journal of Social Psychology, 58, 452-472.

 Shnabel, N., Kahalon, R., Ullrich, J., & Aydin, A. L. (2019) When two groups hurt each other: Understanding and reducing the negative consequences of collective victimhood in dual conflicts. In J. Vollhardt (Eds.) The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood. Oxford University Press.

Bareket, O., Kahalon, R.*, Shnabel, N. & Glick, P. (2018) The Madonna-whore dichotomy reflects men’s support for patriarchy but reduces their sexual and relationship satisfaction, Sex Roles, 79, 519-532.

Kahalon, R., Shnabel, N., & Becker, J. (2018). Don’t bother your pretty little head: Appearance compliments lead to improved mood but impaired cognitive performance. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 42, 136-150.

Kahalon, R., Shnabel, N., & Becker, J. (2018). Positive stereotypes negative outcomes: Reminders of the positive components of complementary gender stereotypes impairs performance in counter-stereotypical tasks. British Journal of Social Psychology, 57,482-502.

Kahalon, R., Shnabel, N., & Becker, J. (2018). Experimental studies of state self-objectification: A review and an integrative process model, Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1268. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01268

Women’s mental health in the transition to motherhood

Kahalon, R., Preis, H., & Benyamini, Y. (2022). Mother-infant contact after birth can reduce postpartum post-traumatic stress symptoms through a reduction in birth-related fear and guilt. Journal of Psychosomatic Research.‏

Kahalon, R., Yanushevsky Cnaani, G., Preis, H., & Benyamini, Y. (2022). The complex effects of maternal expectations on postpartum depressive symptoms: When does a protective factor become a risk factor? Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, 43, 74-82.

Kahalon, R., Preis, H., Shilo, G., & Benyamini, Y. (2021). Maternal expectations among pregnant women from single, lesbian, and heterosexual parented families. Journal of Family Issues. 42, 863-880.

Kahalon, R., Preis, H., & Benyamini, Y. (2020). Who benefits most from skin-to-skin mother-infant contact after birth? Survey findings on skin-to-skin and birth satisfaction by mode of birth. ‏Midwifery, 92; 102862.