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Gilad Hirschberger
Gilad Hirschberger
Professor of Psychology, Reichman University (IDC Herzliya)
Verified email at idc.ac.il
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The existential function of close relationships: Introducing death into the science of love
M Mikulincer, V Florian, G Hirschberger
Personality and social psychology review 7 (1), 20-40, 2003
7302003
The anxiety-buffering function of close relationships: evidence that relationship commitment acts as a terror management mechanism.
V Florian, M Mikulincer, G Hirschberger
Journal of personality and social psychology 82 (4), 527, 2002
4982002
The affective component of the secure base schema: affective priming with representations of attachment security.
M Mikulincer, G Hirschberger, O Nachmias, O Gillath
Journal of personality and social psychology 81 (2), 305, 2001
4502001
Collective trauma and the social construction of meaning
G Hirschberger
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1441, 2018
3422018
Attachment, marital satisfaction, and divorce during the first fifteen years of parenthood
G Hirschberger, S Srivastava, P Marsh, CP Cowan, PA Cowan
Personal Relationships 16 (3), 401-420, 2009
2602009
An experimental study of emotion regulation during relationship conflict interactions: the moderating role of attachment orientations.
S Ben-Naim, G Hirschberger, T Ein-Dor, M Mikulincer
Emotion 13 (3), 506, 2013
2132013
We can work it out: age differences in relational pronouns, physiology, and behavior in marital conflict.
BH Seider, G Hirschberger, KL Nelson, RW Levenson
Psychology and aging 24 (3), 604, 2009
1992009
Terror management and attributions of blame to innocent victims: reconciling compassionate and defensive responses.
G Hirschberger
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (5), 832, 2006
1892006
Gender differences in the willingness to engage in risky behavior: A terror management perspective
G Hirschberger, V Florian, M Mikulincer, JL Goldenberg, T Pyszczynski
Death studies 26 (2), 117-141, 2002
1722002
The self-protective altruist: Terror management and the ambivalent nature of prosocial behavior
G Hirschberger, T Ein-Dor, S Almakias
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (5), 666-678, 2008
1712008
Defenders of a lost cause: Terror management and violent resistance to the disengagement plan
G Hirschberger, T Ein-Dor
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (6), 761-769, 2006
1512006
Fear and Compassion: A Terror Management Analysis of Emotional Reactions to Physical Disability.
G Hirschberger, V Florian, M Mikulincer
Rehabilitation psychology 50 (3), 246, 2005
1502005
The terror of death and the quest for love
M Mikulincer, V Florian, G Hirschberger
1172004
Design and evaluation of a peripheral robotic conversation companion
G Hoffman, O Zuckerman, G Hirschberger, M Luria, T Shani Sherman
Proceedings of the tenth annual ACM/IEEE international conference on human …, 2015
1142015
An existentialist view on mortality salience effects: Personal hardiness, death‐thought accessibility, and cultural worldview defence
V Florian, M Mikulincer, G Hirschberger
British Journal of Social Psychology 40 (3), 437-453, 2001
1132001
The anxiety buffering function of close relationships: Mortality salience effects on the readiness to compromise mate selection standards
G Hirschberger, V Florian, M Mikulincer
European Journal of Social Psychology 32 (5), 609-625, 2002
1082002
Strivings for romantic intimacy following partner complaint or partner criticism: A terror management perspective
G Hirschberger, V Florian, M Mikulincer
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 20 (5), 675-687, 2003
1032003
Rethinking attachment theory: From a theory of relationships to a theory of individual and group survival
T Ein-Dor, G Hirschberger
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (4), 223-227, 2016
942016
Conspiracy mentality and political orientation across 26 countries
R Imhoff, F Zimmer, O Klein, JHC António, M Babinska, A Bangerter, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (3), 392-403, 2022
932022
Vulnerability and vigilance: Threat awareness and perceived adversary intent moderate the impact of mortality salience on intergroup violence
G Hirschberger, T Pyszczynski, T Ein-Dor
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (5), 597-607, 2009
852009
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