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Assistant Prof., Bar Ilan University
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The Madonna-whore dichotomy: Men who perceive women's nurturance and sexuality as mutually exclusive endorse patriarchy and show lower relationship satisfaction
O Bareket, R Kahalon, N Shnabel, P Glick
Sex Roles 79 (9-10), 519-532, 2018
Positive stereotypes, negative outcomes: Reminders of the positive components of complementary gender stereotypes impair performance in counter‐stereotypical tasks
R Kahalon, N Shnabel, JC Becker
British Journal of Social Psychology 57 (2), 482-502, 2018
Experimental Studies on State Self-Objectification: A Review and an Integrative Process Model
R Kahalon, N Shnabel, J Becker
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 1268, 2018
The Madonna-whore dichotomy is associated with patriarchy endorsement: Evidence from Israel, the United States, and Germany
R Kahalon, O Bareket, AC Vial, N Sassenhagen, JC Becker, N Shnabel
Psychology of Women Quarterly 43 (3), 348-367, 2019
“Don’t Bother Your Pretty Little Head” Appearance Compliments Lead to Improved Mood but Impaired Cognitive Performance
R Kahalon, N Shnabel, JC Becker
Psychology of Women Quarterly 42 (2), 136-150, 2018
Power matters: The role of power and morality needs in competitive victimhood among advantaged and disadvantaged groups
R Kahalon, N Shnabel, S Halabi, I SimanTov‐Nachlieli
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (2), 452-472, 2019
Mentioning the sample’s country in the article’s title leads to bias in research evaluation
R Kahalon, V Klein, I Ksenofontov, J Ullrich, SC Wright
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 352-361, 2022
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
R Kahalon, H Preis, Y Benyamini
Midwifery 92, 102862, 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.
R Kahalon, N Shnabel, JC Becker
Social Psychology 51 (1), 50, 2020
When two groups hurt each other: Understanding and reducing the negative consequences of collective victimhood in dual conflicts
N Shnabel, R Kahalon, J Ullrich, AL Aydin
The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood, 399-418, 2019
Appearance comments presented as compliments at work: How are they perceived by targets and observers in and outside of workplace settings?
R Kahalon, JC Becker, N Shnabel
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 52 (8), 751-762, 2022
The complex effects of maternal expectations on postpartum depressive symptoms: when does a protective factor become a risk factor?
R Kahalon, G Yanushevsky Cnaani, H Preis, Y Benyamini
Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology 43 (1), 74-82, 2022
High-Quality Contact With Fellow Majority Group Students Is Associated With Better Academic Performance of Minority Group Students
R Kahalon, N Shnabel, K Sharvit, S Halabi, SC Wright
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 01461672221115943, 2022
Mother-infant contact after birth can reduce postpartum post-traumatic stress symptoms through a reduction in birth-related fear and guilt
R Kahalon, H Preis, Y Benyamini
Journal of psychosomatic research 154, 110716, 2022
Maternal Expectations Among Pregnant Women from Single, Lesbian, and Heterosexual Parented families
R Kahalon, H Preis, G Shilo, Y Benyamini
Journal of Family Issues 42 (4), 863-880, 2021
Gender bias in the evaluation of interns in different medical specialties: An archival study
R Adar, R Kahalon, J Ullrich, A Afek, VH Eisenberg
Medical Teacher 44 (8), 893-899, 2022
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