PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Mr. Bamberger Peter
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No of theses 28
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
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
Elena Belogolovsky 2012 PhD Abstracts Pay Secrecy and Task Performance: A Moderated Mediation Model of Perceived Instrumentality and Performance-Based Pay System Characteristics
Maya Golan 2009 PhD Abstracts The Choreography of Organizational Helping: The Dynamics and Consequences of Co-Worker Helping Interactions over Time
Inbal Nahum-Shani 2008 PhD Abstracts Explaining the Variable Effects of Social Support on Work- Based Stressor-Strain Relations: The Role of Perceived Imbalance in Support Exchange
Dana Vashdi 2007 PhD Abstracts Team Reflexivity in the Operating Room: Theory, Intervention and Outcomes
Michal Biron-Ben-Gera 2007 PhD Abstracts Social-Structural Empowerment: Dimensionality and Effects on Individual Wellbeing and Performance in a Service Context
Michal Kimmel 2003 PhD Abstracts Attachment Patterns and Social Support Processes in Work-Teams
Michal Admati-Dvir 2002 PhD Abstracts The Reputation of Nonprofit Professional Service Organizations: A Multi Level Analysis of Israeli Hospitals
Mickey Horowitz 2009 MSc Abstracts Interdependence and Helping Behavior: The moderating Effects of Attachment Types
Pazit Chen-Hirschfield 2009 MSc Abstracts The Interactive Effects of Performance Evaluation and Pay Grade Promotion on Voluntary Turnover
Danit Kram-Gliklich 2007 MSc Abstracts Buffering and Reversed Buffering: The Role of Support Source and Type among Blue-Collar Workers
Michal Levite 2006 MSc Abstracts Attachment Theory and Helping Processes: The Association between Attachment Anxiety and Avoidance, and Instrumental Help-Giving Behaviors in Teams
Tamar Verech 2006 MSc Abstracts The Impact of Pay Secrecy on Emoloyee Equity and Performance
Tzachi Bronshtain 2005 MSc Abstracts Effects of Team Social Integration on Member's Performance and Satisfaction, and the Moderating Role of Virtual Communication
Dana Avital 2005 MSc Abstracts The Impact of Peer-Evaluation on Relational and Task Focused Team Processes in Hospital Wards
Tamir Noyman 2005 MSc Abstracts Work-Related Risk Factors of Employee Substance Abuse in the Israeli Workplace
Ela Kohn 2005 MSc Abstracts To File a Grievance or Not to File a Grievance: The Demographic Explenation behaind Employee Grievnace Filing Behavior
Racheli Levy 2005 MSc Abstracts The Impact of Pay for Performance Structure on Help-Giving
Orly Bar-Niv 2004 MSc Abstracts Defection in Peer Assessment – the Influence of Personality and Personality Dissimilarity
Michal Biron-Ben-Gera 2004 MSc Abstracts Group Norms and Absenteeism: How Social Information Processing Affect Employee Attendance
Idit Halperin 2004 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Supervisor Behavior on Subordinate Drinking Behavior: The Impact of Subordinate Personality Characteristics
Carmit Meirovitch 2004 MSc Abstracts The Impact of the Dyadic Attachment on Social Support in Work-Teams
Tamar Bar-Niv 2003 MSc Abstracts The Impact of Peer Assessment on Group Processes: The Moderating Role of Individualism/Collectivism
Evgenia Berdichevsky 2003 MSc Abstracts Sexual Harassment as a Function of Male Coworkers' Economic Insecurity and Drinking Behavior: A multi-Level Analysis
Tal Oref-Hen 2002 MSc Abstracts The Social Consequences of Peer Assessment: the Impact of Anonymity
Dana Vashdi 2002 MSc Abstracts Beyond Simple Headcounts in Diversity Management: Explaining the Prevalence of Supportive Relations with Dissimilar Others
Yifat Liberman 2000 MSc The Sociometry as a Parivate Case of "Peer Evaluation" The Impact of Experience on Tool-Acceptance
Anneli Maria Kimmel 1997 MSc Social Integration Versus Instrumentality: Determinants of Israeli Faculty Members' Union Commitment