2023 - Research.com Psychology in Israel Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Psychology in Israel Leader Award
2017 - Polish Academy of Science
In his papers, Daniel Bar-Tal integrates diverse fields, such as Social psychology, Social science, Developmental psychology and Conflict resolution. While working on this project, Daniel Bar-Tal studies both Social science and Law. Daniel Bar-Tal links relevant scientific disciplines such as Politics, Ethos and Conflict resolution in the realm of Law. He integrates Developmental psychology and Social psychology in his research.
His Social psychology investigation overlaps with Developmental psychology, Conflict resolution and Social science. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Developmental psychology and Social psychology. His Law study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Politics and Conflict resolution. Daniel Bar-Tal brings together Politics and Law to produce work in his papers. Daniel Bar-Tal merges many fields, such as Context (archaeology) and Archaeology, in his writings. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Archaeology and Context (archaeology) in his work.
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Shared Beliefs in a Society: Social Psychological Analysis
Sociopsychological Foundations of Intractable Conflicts
American Behavioral Scientist (2007)
From Intractable Conflict Through Conflict Resolution To Reconciliation: Psychological Analysis
Political Psychology (2000)
Stereotypes and Prejudice in Conflict: Representations of Arabs in Israeli-Jewish Society
Daniel Bar-Tal;Yona Teichman.
Collective Emotions in Conflict Situations: Societal Implications
Daniel Bar-Tal;Eran Halperin;Joseph de Rivera.
Journal of Social Issues (2007)
Why does fear override hope in societies engulfed by intractable conflict, as it does in the Israeli society?
Political Psychology (2001)
Societal beliefs in times of intractable conflict: The Israeli case.
International Journal of Conflict Management (1998)
A sense of self-perceived collective victimhood in intractable conflicts
Daniel Bar-Tal;Lily Chernyak-Hai;Noa Schori;Ayelet Gundar.
International Review of the Red Cross (2009)
Causes and consequences of delegitimization: Models of conflict and ethnocentrism.
Journal of Social Issues (1990)
The dominance of fear over hope in the life of individuals and collectives
Maria Jarymowicz;Daniel Bar-Tal.
European Journal of Social Psychology (2006)
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