* Halperin, D., Bord, S., Shor, A., Inchi, L., Ali Salach, O., & Satran, C. (2020). Characterization of the causes of compliance of 65+ adults with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health during the first wave of the corona (Covid-19) epidemic, according to the reasoned action theory. Health Promotion in Israel. [accepted, In Hebrew]
* Halperin, D. (2019). The intersection of formal and informal care for older people in a multicultural society: The case of two adult day care centers in northern Israel. International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(1), 117-12.
* Halperin, D. (2019). The association between work stressors, knowledge about aging, burnout, and job satisfaction among nursing home activity directors. Activities, Adaptation & Aging, (on line first) DOI: 10.1080/01924788.2019.1581023
* Fogiel-Bijaoui, S. & Halperin, D., (2018). Does it all stays in the (normative) family? Jewish and Arab students’ attitudes toward the family. Journal of Family Nursing, 24(3), 345-373.
* Halperin, D. (2017). Activity directors in nursing homes: Occupational and personal characteristics and stress factors related to their role. Gerontology and Geriatrics, MD(1), 85-108. [In Hebrew]
* Ben David, N., Halperin, D., Katz, R., Lowenstein, A., & Tur Sinai, A., (2016). A method for estimating the participation rate of elder care. Theoretical Economics Letters, 6, 474-479. (IF 0.42)
* Katz, R., Lowenstein, A., Halperin, D. & Tur-Sinai, A. (2015) Generational Solidarity in Europe and Israel. Canadian Journal on Aging, 34(3), 342-355.
* Halperin, D. (2015). Intergenerational Relations: The View of Older Jews and Arabs. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 13(1), 51-74.
* Halperin, D. (2013). Aging and preferences for care among old Jews and Arabs in Israel. Israel Studies Review, 28(2), 102-121.
* Katz, R., Lowenstein, A., Prilutzky, D., & Halperin, D. (2011). Employers' knowledge and attitudes regarding organizational policy toward workers caring for aging family members. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 23, 159-181.