PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Ackerman Rakefet
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No of theses 14
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Rachel Nave 2013 PhD Abstracts Faculty Development Program and Online Forums: Self-Learning and Self-Assessment of Medical- Educators
Emuna Eliav 2019 PhD Abstracts Can Funny Women Get Ahead? Managing the Warmth-Competence Paradox Through Humor
Yael Sidi 2017 PhD Abstracts On the Role of Medium, Computer Screen vs. Paper, as a Cue for Processing Depth
Liron Berko Liniado 2018 MSc The Role of Visual Cues in Meta-Reasoning Judgments Regarding Nonverbal Problems
Ilan Torgovitsky 2018 MSc Abstracts Metacognitive Perspective on Strategic Allocation of Time Across Items
Adi Soria 2018 MSc Abstracts Peer Performance as Harmful Information for Meta- Reasoning
Iris Livneh 2017 MSc Abstracts Strategic Help-Seeking and "Don't Know" Responses in Question Answering
Daniela Soibelman 2016 MSc Abstracts Are my Ideas Original? The Cues Underlying Originality Judgments
Yael Beller 2015 MSc Abstracts Solvable or not Solvable? Heuristic Cues in Judgment of Solvability
Farida Nassar 2014 MSc Abstracts Incorporating Metacognition into Usability Testing
Tirza Lauterman 2013 MSc The Hidden Cues behind the Screen – Media Effect on Improving Metacomprehension Accuracy
Yael Ophir 2012 MSc Abstracts Good Enough Thinker Who Can Overcome a Misleading Intuition?
Hagar Zalmanov 2012 MSc Abstracts Media Effect on Problem Solving Under Time Constraints
Maya Shpigelman 2012 MSc Abstracts Illustrations Effect on the Judgments of Comprehension Regarding Problem Solutions