PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Zohar Dov
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No of theses 30
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Yael Kril-Migdal 2016 PhD Abstracts Authentic Leadership in Practice – The Alignment of Words and Deeds
Emad Faraj 2015 PhD Abstracts Managing Risk Dormancy in Multi-Team Work: Application of Time-Dependent Success-and-Safety Assurance Methodology
Dikla Segel Karpas 2013 PhD Abstracts Adjustment to Retirement: Attachment Avoidance and Anxiety as Boundary Conditions for the Effects of Changes in Income and Activities on Well-being
Orly Tenne-Gazit 2007 PhD Abstracts Transformational Leadership, Managerial Consistency and Group Interaction as Climate Antecedents: A Social Network Analysis
Yael Livne 2007 PhD Abstracts Leadership and Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations: A Conceptual Framework for Predicting and Measuring Patient Safety Climate among Hospital Nurses
Gil Luria 2004 PhD Abstracts A Multi-Level Safety Climate Measurement and the Moderating Variables between Levels
Raphael Rafi Snir 1998 PhD Workaholism: Description, Definition, Measurement And Validation
Rachel Barkan 1998 PhD Learning Processes in Signal Detection Tasks with Probabilistic Penalty: a Model for Safety Behavior
Alon Leibovich 2015 MSc Abstracts Let the Workers Talk! The Role of Social Interactions in the Emergence of Safety Climate in a Dangerous Workplace
Ofir Yakobi 2015 MSc Abstracts Impact of Behavioral Integrity on Decision Making: A Fuzzy Signal Detection Theory Approach
Yaron Werber 2015 MSc Abstracts "First; Do No Harm": Intervention Strategy for Improving Patient Safety Climate in Hospitals; a Randomized Field Study
Ortal Davidi Bruchian 2014 MSc Abstracts The Influence of the Organizational Culture and Climate of the School on the Reaching Hour`s Efficiency in the Classrooms
Tal Polachek 2011 MSc Abstracts Leadership Development: Feedback Based on Daily Conversations between Managers and Employees to Improve Leadership and Safety at the Workplace
Pnina Rubinovich 2007 MSc Abstracts The Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Organization Commitment
Sara Shaul 2003 MSc Abstracts An Effort Reward Model of Burnout
Tamar Finkelstain 2002 MSc Abstracts The Relation between Work Interrupions and the Worker's Self-Reported Mood (Positive and Negative), Fatigue, Workload and Productivity
Yoav Brandt 2001 MSc Stress Perception: Effects of Exam Difficulty and Importance Combined with a Retest Option, on Subsequent Levels of Stress
Yael Livne 2001 MSc Effects of Stress on Semantic Parameters of Speech Production
Gil Luria 2001 MSc Using Scripts as an Organizational Control Mechanism
Liat Massad 1997 MSc Gender Differences in the Evaluation of Managers Reactions To Stressfull Events
Yoram Melamed 1997 MSc The Effects of Stress on Functions of Written Language Production
Rekem Dor 1997 MSc Long Term Retention of Procedural Skill
Anat Tolnai 1997 MSc The Effect of Interruption on Stress at Work
Ayelet Shadmi 1996 MSc The Effect of Stress and Anxiety on Cognitive Performance.
Moshe Alfandari 1996 MSc Influence of Organizational Justice Variables on Symptoms Of Stress
Ilan Dayan 1995 MSc Evaluation of Stress Situations: the Relative Importance Of Appraisal Variables.
Sigalit Shahar Amikam 1991 MSc Retirement as a Major Stressfullife Event
Raphy Oren 1990 MSc Needs as An Intermediate Variable in Managerial Stress
Shosh Sagy 1990 MSc Orgnizational Power and the Information Systems Department
Zvi Golany 1989 MSc Safe Clim as An Oper Expre of Control Cli in Ind Organ