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Articles in Scientific Journals
Sverdlik, N., &
Oreg.,S., Berson, Y. (in
press). When do leaders initiate changes? The roles of coping style and
organization members’ stability-emphasizing values. Applied Psychology: An International Review.
Sverdlik, N., & Rechter, E. (in press) Religiosity and the value of being moral: Understanding the meaning of morality through a personal values perspective. European Journal of Social Psychology.
Naveh-Kedem, Y., & Sverdlik, N. (2019).Changing prosocial values following an existential threat as a function of political orientation: Understanding the effects of armed conflicts from a terror management perspective. Personality and Individual Differences, 150, 109494.
Oreg, S., & Sverdlik, N. (2018). Translating Dispositional resistance to change to the culture level: Developing a cultural framework of change orientations. European Journal of Personality, 32(4), 327-352.
Rechter, E., & Sverdlik, N. (2016). Adolescents' and teachers' outlook on leisure activities: Personal values as a unifying framework. Personality and Individual Differences, 99, 358-367.
Sverdlik, N., & Oreg, S. (2015). Identification during imposed change: The roles of personal values, type of change, and anxiety. Journal of Personality, 83(3), 307-319.
Oreg, S., & Sverdlik, N. (2014). Source personality and persuasiveness: Big five predispositions to being persuasive and the role of message involvemnt. Journal of Personality, 82(3), 250-264.
Sverdlik, N. (2012). The content of internal conflicts: A personal values perspective. European Journal of Personality, 26, 30-44.
Sagiv, L., Sverdlik, N. & Schwarz, N. (2011). To compete or to cooperate? Values' impact on perception and action in social dilemma games. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 64-77.
Oreg, S., & Sverdlik, N. (2011). Ambivalence toward imposed change: The conflict between dispositional resistance to change and the orientation toward the change agent. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 337-349.
Sverdlik, N., & Oreg, S. (2009). Personal values and conflicting motivational forces in the context of imposed change. Journal of Personality, 77, 1437-1466.
Sverdlik, N., & Rechter, E . (accepted). Religious and secular roads to justify wrongdoing: How values interact with culture in explaining moral disengagement attitudes. Journal of Research in Personality, 87, 103981.Other Publications
Sverdlik, N., Roccas, S. & Sagiv, L. (2012). Morality across cultures: A value perspective. In M. Mikulincer & P. R. Shaver (Eds.), The Social Psychology of morality – Exploring the Causes of Good and Evil (pp.219-235). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Sverdlik, N., & Shavit, B.(2002). Amadot ve Shichnua: Madrich
Lemida (Attitudes and Persuasion: Study guide). Tel- Aviv: The Open University