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									   Arie Nadler ,Ph.D                                                   December 2009
                                     Curriculum Vitae


   Academic Training and Places:

   B.A Bar-Ilan University,Israel (1971)
       Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology

   M.Sc. Purdue University ,U.S.A (1973)
       Major: Social-Personality Psychology     Minor: Industrial Psychology

   Ph.D. Purdue University,U.S.A (1976)
       Social-Personality Psychology

     1. Academic Appointments:

1977-1980 Lecturer of Psychology
1980-1983 Senior Lecturer of Psychology
1983-1988 Associate Professor of Psychology
1989      Visiting professor of Psychology, CUNY - Graduate and Research Center
1988-     Full Professor of Psychology- Tel Aviv University
1993      University Professor of Psychology- Invited- University of Washington, Seattle
2000-     Incumbent- Argentina Chair for the Social Psychology of Conflict and Cooperation
                   (donated by the Argentinean Friends of Tel Aviv University)

       2. Main Academic Positions:
1984-1988 Department Head- Department of Psychology, Tel-Aviv University
1989-1991 Chairperson of Doctoral Studies - Faculty of Social Sciences- Tel Aviv University
1993- 1998 Dean - Faculty of Social Sciences, Tel Aviv University
1992- 2002 Chair- Academic committee- Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research
1998-2001 Founder and first Head of: The Institute for Diplomacy and Regional
            Cooperation- Tel Aviv University (together with the Peres Center for Peace)
1985-2003 Senior Academic Advisor for the Development of Psychology- Open University

       3. Main Public Positions (voluntary positions)
1995-1998- Chair of Executive Committee- ISEF (Israeli Sepharadic Education Foundation)
1998-2001- Chairperson- "Yeladim" – The Israeli Council for the Child in Placement.

Professional Affiliations:

American Psychological Association (Elected Fellow)
American Psychological Society (Elected Fellow)
Society of Experimental Social Psychology
Israeli Psychological Association
European Association of Social Psychology

2. Publications
Nadler,A., Fisher,J.D.,Streufert,S., (1974).The donor's dilemma: Recipient's reactions to aid from
                 friend or foe Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 4 , 265-275

Fisher,J.D., Nadler,A.,(1974).The effects of similarity between the donor and the receipient on the
                recipient's reactions to being helped Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 4,

Nadler,A., (1975).Delay of gratification: Review of the literature and suggestions for future research
                JSAS Catalog for Selected Documents in Psychology, 5, (Ms. #1010).

Weller,L., Nadler,A., (1975). Authoritarianism and job preferences Journal of Vocational Behavior,
                , 6,9-14.

Nadler,A., Fisher,J.D., Streufert,S., (1976). When helping hurts: Recipient's level of self esteem
                and donor-recipient similarity as determinants of recipient's reactions to being helped.
                Journal of Personality, 44,392-409.

Fisher,J.D., Nadler,A., (1976). Getting help from the rich and the poor: The effects of donor's level
                of resources on the recipient's self perceptions and subsequent self help behavior
                Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 12,139-150.

Nadler,A., Porat,I., (1978). When names do not help: Effects of anonimity and locus of need
                attributions on help seeking behavior Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin,

Fisher,J.D., Harrison,A., Nadler,A., (1978). Exploring the generalizability of donor-recipient
                 Similarity effects Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4,627- 631

Nadler,A., Romek,I., Shapira-Freidman,A., (1979).Giving in the Kibbutz: Pro-Social behavior of city
              and Kibbutz children, as affected by social responsibility and social pressure Journal
              of Cross Cultural Psychology, 10,57-72.

Nadler,A., Altman,A., Fisher,J.D., (1979). Effects of      positive and negative information about the
                self on recipient's reactions to aid Journal of Personality, 47 ,616-629.

Gross,A.E., Fisher,J.D., Nadler,A., Stiglitz,E., & Craig,C., (1979). Initiating contact with women's
                counseling service: Some correlates of help utilization, Journal of Community
                Psychology, 7 ,42-49.

Nadler,A., Jazwinski,C., Lau,S., & Miller,A., (1980). The cold glow of success: Responses to social
               rejection as affected by attitude similarity between chosen       and rejected
               individuals, European Journal of Social Psychology, 10,279-289.

Nadler,A, (1980). Good looks do not help: Effects of helper's attractiveness and expectations for
               future interactions on help seeking behavior Personality and Social Psychology
               Bulletin 6 , 378-384.

Bar-Tal,D., Nadler,A., & Blechman,N., (1980). The relationship between children's perceptions of
               parents' socialization practices and helping behavior, Journal of Social Psychology,

Fisher,J.D.,Nadler,A., Hart,E., Whitcher,S.J., (1981). Helping the needy helps the self, Bulletin of
               the Psychonomic Society, 17,190-192.
Nadler,A., Goldberg,M., & Jaffe,Y. (1982). Effects of self differentiation and anonimity in group on
             De-individuation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42, 1127-1136.

Nadler,A., Shapira,R., Ben-Itzhak,S.(1982). Good looks may help: Effects of sex of helper and
               physical attractiveness of helper on males and females help seeking behavior Journal
               of Personality and Social Psychology, 42, 90-99.

Fisher,J.D., Nadler,A., Whitcher-Alagna,S., (1982). Recipient reactions to aid: A conceptual review,
                Psychological Bulletin, 91, 27-54. (footnote in the body of the paper: "The first
              authorship of Fisher & Nadler is alphabetical" ).

Nadler,A., Bar-Tal,D., & Drukman,O., (1982).Density does not help: Help giving, help seeking and
                Help reciprocating of students living in high rise and lower dormitories Population
                and Environment: Behavioral and Social Issues, 5, 26-42.

Dror,Y., & Nadler,A., (1982). Mirrors and reserve duty: The effects of increasing self awareness on
               the willingness to serve in active reserve duty, Megamot, 27, 304- 310. (Hebrew).

Nadler,A., Fisher,J.D., Ben - Itzhak,S., (1983).With a little help from my friend: Effects of single or
                 multiple act aid as a function of donor and task characteristics. Journal of Personality
                and Social Psychology,44,310-321.
              (Reprinted in Contemporary Readings in Social Psychology (1985) D.A Schroeder,
              D.E. Jhonson, & T.D Jensen (Eds.). Chicago: Nelson - Hall publishers).

Nadler,A., (1983). Effects of physical attractiveness on non-sexual behavior, Medical Aspects of
                Human Sexuality, 17, 18-23

Nadler,A. (1983). Objective self awareness, self esteem and causal attributions for success and
               failure, Personality and Individual Differences ,4, 9-16.
Nadler,A. Maler,S., & Friedman, A., (1984). Effects of helper's sex, subject's androgyny and self
               evaluation on males' and females' willingness to seek and receive help, Sex Roles,
               ,10,327 - 340.

Kav Venaki,S., Nadler,A. & Gershoni,H. (1985). Patterns of communication in families of
               Holocaust survivors: A comparison between partisans and
               prisoners of concentration camps. Annals for Research on the Holocaust, 3, 179-192

Nadler,A., Mayseless, O., Peri, N. Chemerinski, A.,(1985). Effects of self esteem and ability to
               reciprocate on help seeking behavior, Journal of Personality , 53,23 - 36.

Nadler, A. Kav Venaki, S., Gleitman, B., (1985). Externalization - internalization of aggression
                in sons and daughters of holocaust survivors, Journal of Consulting and Clinical
               Psychology, 53, 365 - 370.

Kav Venaki, S., Nadler, A., & Gershoni,H., (1985). Sharing the holocaust experience:
                Communication Behaviors and their consequences in families of ex -partisans and ex
                prisoners of concentration camps, Family Process, 24, 273-281.

Nadler,A., & Fisher, J.D., (1986).The role of threat to self esteem and perceived control in recipient
                reactions to aid: Theory development and empirical validation. In L. Berkowitz
               (Ed.): Advances in Experiemntal Social Psychology (Vol.19) New - York: Academic
                Press, pp. 81- 124.
Nadler, A. (1986). Self esteem and help seeking and receiving: Empirical and theoretical perspectives
                In B.A. Maher (Ed.):Progress in Experimental Personality Research, (Vol. 14). New
                York: Academic Press, 115-165.

Nadler, A. (1986). Help seeking as a cultural phenomenon: Differences between city and
                Kibbutz individuals, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 57 , 976-983.

Hobfoll, S.E., Nadler, A. & Lieberman, J.,(1986).Satisfaction with social support during crisis:
                Intimacy and self esteem as critical determinants. Journal of Personality and Social
                Psychology, 51, 296-304.

Nadler, A. (1987). Determinants of help seeking behavior: The effects of helper's similarity,
                 task centrality and recipient's self esteem. European Journal of Social Psychology.
                17, 57-67.

Nadler, A. (1987). The validity of trans-generational effects of Holocaust survivors: A reply to
                Silverman. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 55,

Nadler, A. & Ben Shushan, D. (1989). 40 years later: Long term consequences of the holocaust on
               Kibbutz and city survivors. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology,

Nadler, A., Lewinstein, E. & Rahav, G. (1991). Acceptance of retardation and help seeking:
                Correlates of help seeking preferences of mothers and fathers of retarded children,
               Mental Retardation , 29.

Nadler, A., (1991). Help seeking behavior: Psychological costs and instrumental benefits. In
                 Clark, M.S. (Ed.) Review of Personality and Social Psychology (Vol. 12), N.Y.:
                Sage Inc, 290-312.

Nadler,A. & Dotan, I. (1992). Commitment and rival attractiveness: Their effects on male and
              female reactions to jealousy arousing situations. Sex Roles, 26, 293-311.

Nadler, A. (1992). "Siege mentality in Israel": Fact, fiction or what?, Ongoing Production on Social
                Representations: Threads of discussion, 1 , 73-79.

Shapira, R. & Nadler, A. (1992). An interdisciplenary meeting in the "Cuckoo's Nest", Studies in
               Education ,57-58, 113-121 (Hebrew).

Nadler, A. (1993). Deviance in primary groups: The social negotiation of personal change. In M.
                Hewstone & W. Stroebe (eds.): European Review of Social Psychology, Vol. 4, 187-

Nadler, A. (1996). Fifty years later: Shifts in psychological outlook on holocaust survivors between
                1945 and 1955, Geronotologia. (Hebrew)

Ellis, S. & Nadler, A. (1997). Applying SYMLOG theory to the study of political leadership,
                Leadership Quarterly, 10, 254-270.

Friedland, N. & Nadler, A. (1999). Intuitive Economists in a Social Environment: A Reexamination
                of the Effect of Interaction Outcomes on Interdependent Behavior
                Group Processes and Inter-group relations, 2, 79-93.
Nadler, A. (2001). The Victim and the Psychologist: Changing Perceptions of Israeli Holocaust
                Survivors by the Mental Health Community in the Past Fifty History of
                Psychology. 4, 25-55.

Dafni, N., Nadler, A. (2002). Perceptions of in-group and out-group members by mental health
                professionals: Psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers, Megamot (Hebrew).

Nadler, A. (2002). Inter-group helping relations as power relations: Helping relations as affirming or
                challenging inter-group hierarchy. Journal of Social Issues, 58 , 487-503.

Nadler, A., Ellis, S. & Bar R. (2003). To seek or not to seek: The relationship between help seeking
                 and job performance as affected by task relevant expertise. Journal of Applied Social
                 Psychology, 33, 91-110.

Nadler, A., & Liviatan, I. (2006). Intergroup Reconciliation: Effects of Adversary's Expressions of
        Empathy, Responsibility, and Recipients ' Trust. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin,
        32, 459-470.

Nadler, A. & Halabi, S. (2006). Intergroup Helping as Status Relations: Effects of Status
              Stability, Identification, and Type of Help on Receptivity to High Status
              Group’s Help. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91, 97-110.

Saguy, T., & Nadler, A. (2006). Social psychology and the process of trust building:
              Interviews with Israelis and Palestinians involved in joint projects. Megamot.

Tamir, Y. & Nadler, A. (2007). The Role of Personality in Social Identity: Effects of Field-
             Dependence and Contexton Reactions to Threat to Group Distinctiveness,
             Journal of Personality, 75, 927-954.

Shnabel, N. & Nadler, A. (2008). A Needs-Based Model of Reconciliation: Satisfying the
              differential emotional needs of victim and perpetrator as a key to promoting
              reconciliation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 94, 2008.

Halabi, S., Dovidio, J.F. & Nadler, A. (2008). When and how high status groups offer
               help: Effects of social dominance orientation and status threat. Political
               Psychology , 29, 841-858.

Shnabel, N., Nadler, A., Nissim-Canetti, D. & Ulrich, J. (2008). The Role of Acceptance
              and empowerment in promoting reconciliation from the perspective of the
              Needs-based Model of Reconciliation. Social Issues and Policy Review, 2,

Shnabel, N., Nadler, A., Ulrich, J., Dovidio, J.F., & Carmi, D. (2009). Promoting
      Reconciliation through the Satisfaction of the Emotional Needs of Victimized and
      Perpetrating Group Members: The Needs-Based Model of Reconciliation. Personality
      and Social Psychology Bulletin , 35, 1021-1030.

Nadler, A., Harpaz-Gorodeisky, G., Ben-David, Y. (2009). Defensive helping: Threat to
       group identity, ingroup identification, status stability and common group identity as
       determinants of intergroup helping, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 97,
Halabi, S., Nadler, A., & Dovidio, J.F. (in press). Reactions to Receiving Assumptive Help: The
        Moderating Effects of Group Membership and Perceived Need for Help. Journal of Applied
        Social Psychology.

2. Books and Chapters

        a. Edited Books

Fisher,J.D., Nadler,A., & DePaulo,B.M., (Eds.) (1983).New Directions in Helping (Vol. 1): Recipient
                Reactions to Aid, New - York: Academic Press,

DePaulo,B.M., Nadler,A., & Fisher J.D., (Eds.) (1983).New Directions in Helping (Vol. 2): Help
              Seeking, New-York: Academic Press.

Nadler,A., Fisher,J.D., & DePaulo,B.M., (Eds.)(1983).New Directions in Helping (Vol. 3): Applied
                Perspectives on Help Seeking and Receiving, , New-York: Academic Press.

Klar, Y., Fisher, J.D., Chinsky, J., & Nadler, A. (1992). Initiating changes: Social - Psychological
                 and Clinical Perspectives, New York: Springer- Verlag.

Dajani, M.S. & Nadler, A. (Eds.). Social and Psychological Factors in Conflict and its Resolution :
               The Mid-Eastern and European Experience (Proceedings of a Dialogue workshop,
               Brussels- June 7-8, 2002). Brussels: European Commission- Directorate General for
               Research 164 pages

Nadler, A., Maloy, T., & Fisher, J.D. (Eds.) (2008). The social Psychology of Intergroup
               reconciliation, New York: Oxford University Press.

        b. Chapters

Fisher,J.D., DePaulo, B.M., & Nadler,A., (1981). Extending altruism beyond the altruistic act: The
                mixed effects of aid on the help recipient. In J.P.Rushton & R. Sorrentino (Eds.)
                Altruism and Helping Behavior, Hilsdale N.J. Erlbaum, 367-423.

Nadelr,A., Sheinberg,L., & Jaffe,Y. (1981). Coping with stress by help seeking: Help seeking and
                Receiving behaviors in male paraplegics. In C. Spielberger, I. sarason & N. Milgram
                (Eds.):Stress and Anxiety (Vol.8), Washington,D.C.: Hemisphere publishing,

Fisher, J.D., Nadler,A., (1982). Determinants of recipient reactions to aid: Donor-recipient similarity
                and perceived dimensions of problem. In T.A. Wills (Ed.) Basic Processes in Helping
                 Relations, New York: Academic Press, , 131- 151.

Fisher,J.D., Nadler,A., Whitcher- Alagna,S (1983). Four theoretical approaches for conceptualizing
                 reactions to aid. In J.D. Fisher, A. Nadler, & B.M. DePaulo (Eds.) New Directions in
                Helping (Vol. 1): Recipient Reactions to Aid, New-York:            Academic Press,
                52 - 86.
               (footnote in the body of the paper: "The first authorship of Fisher & Nadler on the
               present manuscript is alphabetical").
Nadler,A., & Mayseless,O., (1983). Recipient self esteem and reactions to help. In J.D. Fisher, A.
               Nadler B.M. DePaulo (Eds.): New Directions in Helping (Vol 1): Recipient
              Reactions to Help, New-York: Academic Press, 167 - 189.

Nadler, A. (1983). Personal characteristics and help seeking .In B.M. DePaulo, A. Nadler &J.D.
                Fisher (Eds.) New Directions in Helping (Vol 2): Help Seeking, New - York:
                Academic Press, 303-341.
Nadler,A. (1983). Social Psychology and Social Issues: Research and theory on help seeking and
                receiving in applied settings. In A. Nadler, J.D. Fisher & B.M. DePaulo (Eds.) New
                Directions in Helping (Vol. 3): Applied Perspectives on Help Seeking and
                Receiving, New - York: Academic Press, 3-19.

Nadler,A, Fisher,J.D., (1984). Effects of Donor - recipient relationships on recipient's reactions
                 to being helped. In E. Staub, D. Bar-Tal, J. Reykowski & J. Karylowski (Eds.)
                Development and Maintanance of Pro - Social Behavior: International Perspectives,
                New York: Plenum, 391-421.

Fisher, J.D., Goff, B.A., Nadler, A., & Chinsky J.M. (1988). When will people seek social support ?:
                 Implications for interventions. In B.H. Gottlieb (Ed. ), Marshalling social support:
                 Formats, processes and effects. Beverely Hills CA.: Sage,         265-305.

Nadler, A. (1990). Help seeking as a coping resource. In M. Rosenbaum (Ed.): Learned
                Resourcefulness: On coping skills self control and adaptive behavior. N.Y.:

Nadler, A. & Fisher J.D., (1992). Personal change in an interpersonal perspective: The social
                 negotiation of change. In Y.Klar, J.D. Fisher, J. Chinsky & A. Nadler (eds.)
                Initiating changes: Social Psychological and Clinical Perspective New York:
                Springer- Verlag.

Klar, Y., Nadler, A., & Malloy, T. (1992). Opting for change: Students' preferences for personal
                change.In Y.Klar, J.D. Fisher, J. Chinsky & A. Nadler (eds.) Initiating changes:
                Social Psychological and Clinical Perspective New York: Springer- Verlag.

Nadler, A. (1995). Leibowitz and the Israeli society: The intellectual negotiation between minority
                and majority. In A. Sagi (ed.): Yeshayau Leibowitz: His World and Theorizing, Tel
                Aviv: Keter, 239-252 (Hebrew).

Nadler, A. (1997). Autonomous and Dependent Help Seeking: Personality characteristics and the
                seeking of help, In Sarason, B., Sarason, I., & Pierce, R.G. (eds.) Handbook
                of Personality and Social Support, New York: Plenum, 258-302.

Nadler, A., Ellis, S. & Rabin, A. (1997). Perceived leadership as a function of right-wing and
                 left-wing political affiliation. In P. Hare & S. Hare (eds.).SYMLOG: Research and
                 Theory, New York: Plenum.

Nadler, A. (1998). Esteem, relationships and achievement explanations of help seeking behavior. In
                S.A. Karabenick (ed.). Strategic help seeking: Implications for learning and teaching.
                N.J.: Erlbaum. 61-96.

Nadler, A. (1998). Stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination: The case anti-Semitism. In D. Porat,
                (ed.): Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1997/98, Tel Aviv: Ramot.
Nadler, A. (1998). A Social Psychological analysis of political murder: The murder of Itzhak
                Rabin, In C. Liebman (ed.): Politically Motivated Murders, Tel Aviv: Am Oved

Nadler, A. (1999). Communication and public opinion. In A. Susser (ed.): Six Days- Thirty Years:
                New Perspectives on the six-day war. Tel Aviv: Am-Oved (Hebrew).

Nadler, A. (2001). Academic freedom and academic identity: A social-psychologist’s view. In N.
        Cohen & A. Heldrich (eds.): Academic Freedom, Munich, Herbert Utz Verlag

Nadler, A. (2002). Angels in Inferno: Social psychological analyses of rescuers of Jews during the
                Nazi era: Implications for issues of international responsibility in the modern world.
                In M.Keren, Sylvan, D. & J. Uleman (eds.) : Local sovereignty and international
                responsibility, London: John Cass Publishing (pp. 55-72).

Nadler, A. (2002). Social-psychological analysis of reconciliation: Instrumental and Socio-
                Emotional routes to reconciliation. In G. Salomon, & B. Nevo, (Eds.): Peace
                education worldwide: The concept, undrelying principles, the research, Mawheh,
                N.J.: Erlbaum.

Nadler, A. (2002). Incitement: A social-psychological analysis. In M. Konfino (ed.) Patterns of
                political discourse: Incitement and freedom of speech. Tel Aviv: Am Oved.

Nadler, A. (2003). Inter-group Conflict and Its Reduction: A Social-Psychological Perspective on
                the Work of Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam. In R. Halabi & N. Sonnenschein (eds.):
                Inter-Group Dialogue the Neve Shalom/Whaht al-Salam Model. Brunswick, N.J.:
                Rutgers University Press.

Nadler, A. & Liviatan, I. (2004). Inter-group reconciliation: Theorertical analysis and empirical
               findings. In In N.R. Branscombe & B. Doosje (Eds.) Collective guilt: International
               perspectives. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Nadler , A. & Saguy, T (2004). Trust building and reconciliation between adversarial groups: A
                social psychological perspective. In Harvey Langholtz and Chris E. Stout (eds.): The
                Psychology of Diplomacy. NYC: Praeger. (pp. 29-47).

Nadler, A. (2004). Reconciliation between enemy nations: A social-psychological analysis. In N.
                Dahdich (ed.) Towards a more peaceful world: International and Indian perspectives.
                Jaipur, India: AALEKH publications, 104-119.

Nadler, A. (2008). Removing Emotional Barriers on the Road to Ending Conflicts Between Nations:
                Social Psychological Analysis of Reconciliation. In R. Gritti, P. Laurano & M. Bruno
                (eds.). Oltre l'orientalismo e l'occidentalismo: La rappresentazione dell'altro nello
                spazio euro-mediterraneo (Between East and West: Representation of the Other in
                the European-Mediterranean Region). Guerini, Milano.

Fisher, J. D., Nadler, A., Little, J. S. & Saguy, T. (2008). Help as a vehicle to
                 reconciliation, with particular reference to help for extreme health needs. In A.
                 Nadler, T. E. Malloy, & J. D. Fisher (Eds.), Social Psychology of Inter-Group
                 Reconciliation. (pp. 447-468). New York: Oxford University Press.
Nadler, A. & Shnabel, N. (2008). Instrumental and Socio-emotional Intergroup Reonciliation: The
               Need Based Model of Reconciliation. In Nadler, A., Maloy, T., & Fisher, J.D. (Eds.).
               Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation, (pp. 37-56).NewYork: Oxford
               University Press.

Nadler, A., Halabi, S. & Harpaz-Gorodeisky, G. (2009). Intergroup Helping as Status Organizing
                Processes: Creating, Maintaining and Challenging Status Relations through Giving,
                Seeking and Receiving Help. In Demoulin, S., Leyens, J.P. & Dovidio, J.F. (Eds.):
                Intergroup misunderstandings: Impact of divergent social realities. Washington (pp.
                311-331), D.C.: Psychology Press.

Saguy, T., Pratto, F. Dovidio, J.F. & Nadler, A. (2009). Talking about Power:
                 Group Power and Preferences for Intergroup Interactions. In Demoulin, S., Leyens,
                 J.P. & Dovidio, J.F. (Eds.): Intergroup misunderstandings: Impact of divergent social
                 realities (pp. 213-232) . Washington, D.C.: Psychology Press.

Halabi, S. & Nalder, A. (2009). Helping between groups from the recipient's perspective. In S.
                 Strumer & M. Snyder (eds.). Intergroup Helping. Oxford: Blackwell.

Nadler, A. (2009). Interpersonal and intergroup helping as power relations: Implications for real
                world helping. In S. Strumer & M. Snyder (eds.). Intergroup Helping. Oxford:

Nadler, A., Halabi, S., Harpaz-Gorodeisky, G. & Ben-David, Y. (2009). Helping relations as status
                relations. In M. Mikulnicer & P. Shaver (eds.): Pro-social behavior. Washington,
                D.C.: Psychology Press.

Shnabel, N. & Nadler, A. (2009). The needs based model of reconciliation: Theoretical
               perspectives and empirical support. In M. Mikulnicer & P. Shaver (eds.): Pro-social
               behavior. Washington, D.C.: Psychology Press, pp. 409-429.

Nadler, A. (in press). Settlement, Resolution and Reconciliation in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict:
                 Reconciliation the missing link?. In C. Rubenberg (ed.): Encyclopedia of the
                 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict . Boulder, CO.: Lynn Reiner Publishing

Nadler, A. & Shnabel, N. (in press). Promoting intergroup reconciliation in conflicts of structural and
               direct violence: Implications of the Needs Based Model. In L.R. Tropp & R. Malett
               (Eds.) Beyond prejudice reduction: Pathways to positive intergroup relations.
               Washington D.C.: Psychology Press.

Nadler, A. (in press). Reconciliation: Instrumental and socio-emotional aspects. In Cristie, D.J. (Ed.):
                 Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology. Malden, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell.

Nadler, A. (in press). Social psychology of helping: Behavior and relationships. In Snyder, M., &
                 Deaux, K. (Eds.): The Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology. Oxford
                 University Press.
3. Major Presentations/Invited Lectures (since 1996).

Nadler, A. (1996). The roots and consequences of prejudice in social life. Keynote Address at
                The Inauguration of the Anne-Frank Institute, The Anne Frank Institute, Curacao,
                Dutch Antilles.
Nadler, A. (1996). Helping relationships as inter-group power relations. Society for Experimental
                Social Psychology, Sturbridge, Mass.
Nadler, A. (1999). Social Identity and Inter-Group Helping. Society of European Experimental Social
                Psychology, Oxford University, England.
Nadler, A. (1999). Shifting perspectives on holocaust survivors in the Israeli society: The processing
                of massive social trauma, Thomas and Dian Mann Distinguished Symposium Series,
                The Melton Center for Jewish Studies, Ohio State University.
Nadler, A. (1999). Reconciliation: Basic psychological processes and their implications to the Israeli-
                Palestinian case. Mershon Center- Ohio State University, Colombus, Ohio.
Nadler, A. (2000). Socio-emotional and instrumental reconciliation: Different routes in different
                conflicts. International Meeting on Truth and Reconciliation, Ulcinij, Montengro
Nadler, A. (2000). A social psychological analysis of post-agreement peace building and
                Reconciliation Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology,
                Seattle, WA.
Nadler, A. (2001). Societal processing of collective trauma: The case of Israel and the Holocaust,
                 Annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Cuernavaca,
Nadler, A. (2001). Reconciliation in the Middle-East and the Balkans: Similarities and differences.
                Truth, Responsibility and Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia, Ulcinji,
Nadler, A. (2002). Invited keynote address: Inter-group reconciliation: A new area of research.,
                Italian Association of Social Psychology, Bellaria, Italy.
Nadler, A. (2002). Help seeking: Instrumental costs and psychological benefits. Invited Inaugural
                address of the University of Bari Center of Medical Psychology, Bari, Italy.
Dajani, M.S. & Nadler, A. (2002). Social and psychological factors in conflict and its

                resolution: The Middle-Eastern and European experience (Proceedings of a
                dialogue workshop, Brussels, June 7-8 2002). European Commission-
                Directorate General for Research.
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Nadler, A. (2003). Roots of conflict and reconciliation: A social psychological perspective on
               Emotions in conflict. Research/policy workshop on new dimensions of security and
               conflict resolution. Co-organized by DG RDT and DG RELEX of the European
Nadler, A. (2003). Co-Organizer of the first meeting on The Social Psychology of
               Reconciliation, Oct. 2003, University of Connecticut.
Nadler, A. (2003). Reconciliation between enemies: Moving beyond victimhood and
              guilt in relations between groups and nations. Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzogovina.
              Special meeting organized by the Council of Europe.
Nadler, A. (2004) Israelis and Palestinians: Is reconciliation possible? – One Israeli's point of
              View. Williams College, Williamstown (USA). Sponsored by the Bronfman
               Advisory Committee-Weiner Lecture Fund and the Jewish Studies program.

Nadler, A. (2004). The Social Psychology of Reconciliation: Moving beyond past of trauma
              and victimization. Keynote Address: Annual Meeting of the Italian
              Association of Health Psychology, Naples, Italy.
Nadler, A. (2005). Intergroup helping relations as status relations: Theoretical model and
              empirical evidence. 18 Years On: Progress in Social Identity Theory. Exeter,
Nadler, A. (2005). Giving, Seeking and Receiving help affected by motivation to defend
              against threat to social identity. European Association of Experimental Social
              Psychology, Wurzburg, Germany.
Nadler, A. (2006). Helping relations as status relations: implications for real world helping.
              SPSSI (society for the Social Psychological Study of Social Issues). Long
              Beach, California.
Nadler, A. (2006). Need Based Model of intergroup Reconciliation: Implications for relations
              between Israelis and Palestinians. International Meeting of Applied
              Psychology, Athens, Greece
Nadler, A. (2006). Intergroup Helping: Humiliation and dominance or empowerment and
              Equality. Invited Keynote Address, Meeting of the EAESP on Group Level
              Helping, Kiel, Germany.
Nadler, A. (2008). Emotion and conflict: The social psychological perspective. Invited
              Keynote address, The Inaugural Meeting of the Israeli Society for the Study of
              Emotion: Haifa University, Haifa Israel
Nadler A. (2008). Helping and Power: Dependency relations and social inequality. Invited
              Keynote address. Jena Meeting on the Study of Intergroup Relations,
              University of Jena, Germany.
Nadler A. (2009). Psychological processes in reconciliation and social reconstruction. Invited
               Keynote address, Bi-Annual Meeting of Croatian Psychological Association, Zagreb,

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