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1.     Dan, O., David, Y. M., Abraham, M., & Hadar-Shoval, D. (2015). Differences instate anxiety responses to combat pictures between young adult Israeli Jews and Israeli Palestinian Arabs. Psychology, 06(09), 1136–1143. (1 citation. Impact Factor: 1.37)
2.     Alon-Tirosh,M., & Hadar-Shoval, D. (2016). Leadership and identity politics on the eve of the Israeli 2015 elections: children’s perspectives. Israel Affairs, 22(3–4), 697–710. (4 citations. Impact Factor: 0.48., Q1 [Cultural Studies]).
3. Hadar-Shoval, D. & Morag, H.(2017). One big happy family perceptions of inter-group relations between Jewish and Arab nursing students within and outside a natural joint environment. Psychology, 08(10), 1532–1545. (2 citations. Impact Factor: 1.37)
4.  Alon-Tirosh,M., Hadar-Shoval, D., & Marshi-Sakran, N. (2018). News consumption and identity: The case of adolescent girls belonging to a minority group. Psychology, 09(13), 2718–2730. (Impact Factor: 1.37)
5.  Hadar-Shoval,D., & Alon-Tirosh, M. (2019). The unique and joint contributions of various socialization agents to the acquisition of political knowledge among elementary school children in Israel. Journal of Children and Media, 13(2), 163–179. (6 citations. Impact factor: 3., Q1 [Cultural Studies]).
6.  Hadar-Shoval,D., Alon-Tirosh, M., & Morag, H. (2019). Social relations between students from two groups in conflict: Differences in stereotypes and perceived social distance between Jewish and Arab nursing students. Nurse Education Today, 78, 5–9. (7 citations.  Impact factor: 3.906., Q1 [Education]).
7. Hadar- Shoval, D., Tal, N., & Tzischinsky, O. (2020). Relationship of smartphone use at night with sleep quality and psychological well-being among healthy students: A pilot study. Sleep Health, 6 (4), 495–497. (2 citation Impact factor: 4.207, Q1 [Behavioral Neuroscience/Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology]).
8.  Coiro, M. J., Asraf, K., Tzischinsky, O., Hadar-Shoval,D., Tannous-Haddad, L., & Wolfson, A. R. (2021). Sleep quality and COVID-19-related stress in relation to mental health symptoms among Israeli and U.S. adults. Sleep Health, 7. (56 citations, Impact factor: 4.207, Q1 [Behavioral Neuroscience/Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology]).
9.  Hadar-Shoval, D., Tal, N., &Tzischinsky, O. (2021). Smartphone Usage at Bedtime: The effect ofsleep–smartphone hygiene, trait Anxiety, and FOMO on sleep quality. OBM Neurobiology. 5 (1) doi:10.21926/obm.neurobiol.2101088 (No Impactfactor).
10. Hadar-Shoval, D., Asraf, K., Tannous-Haddad, L.,& Tzischinsky, O. (2021). Adjustment to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Israel: Demographics, Behavioral and Psychological Factors. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences, 58(1), 4–13. (Impact factor: 0.244., Q4 [Public Health]).
11. Alon-Tirosh,M., Hadar-Shoval, D., Asraf, K., Tannous-Haddad, L., & Tzischinsky, O. (2021). The Association between Lifestyle Changes and Psychological Distress during COVID-19 Lockdown: The Moderating Role of COVID-Related Stressors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(18), 9695. (16 citations. Impact factor 4.614, Q2 [Public Health]).
12* Hadar-Shoval, D., Alon-Tirosh, M., Asraf, K., Tannous-Haddad,L., & Tzischinsky, O. (2022). The association between men’s mental health during COVID-19 and deterioration in economic status. American Journal of Men's Health16(2), 15579883221082427. (10 citations Impact factor 3.00, Q2 [Public Health]).
13* Hadar-Shoval,D., Alon-Tirosh, M., Asraf, K., Tannous-Haddad, L., & Tzischinsky, O. (2022). Lifestyle changes, emotional eating, gender, and stress during COVID-19 lockdown. Nutrients14(18), 3868.(7 citations. Impact factor 6.706, Q1 [Nutrition and Dietetics]).
14* Tannous-Haddad, L., Hadar-Shoval, D.,Alon-Tirosh, M., Asraf, K., & Tzischinsky, O. (2022). Difference between Minorities and Majorities in the Association between COVID-19-Related Stress and Psychological Distress: A Socio-Ecological Perspective and the Moderating Role of Parenthood. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health19 (14), 8283. (1 citation. Impact factor 4.614, Q2 [Public Health]).
15*  Elyoseph, Z., Hadar-Shoval, D., Asraf,K., & Lvovsky, M. (2023). ChatGPT outperforms humans in emotional awareness evaluations. Frontiers in Psychology14, 1199058. (19 citations. Impact factor 3.8, Q2 [Psychology]).
16* Hadar-Shoval, D., Elyoseph, Z., & Lvovsky,M. (2023). The plasticity of Chatgpt’s Mentalizing abilities: Personalization for personality structures. Frontiers in Psychiatry14.