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Shira Dvir-Gvirsman
Shira Dvir-Gvirsman
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Implications of Pro‐and Counterattitudinal Information Exposure for Affective Polarization
RK Garrett, SD Gvirsman, BK Johnson, Y Tsfati, R Neo, A Dal
Human Communication Research 40 (3), 309-332, 2014
2322014
“I Don't Like You Any More”: Facebook Unfriending by Israelis During the Israel–Gaza Conflict of 2014
NA John, S Dvir‐Gvirsman
Journal of Communication 65 (6), 953-974, 2015
1692015
Exposure to violence across the social ecosystem and the development of aggression: A test of ecological theory in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
P Boxer, L Rowell Huesmann, EF Dubow, SF Landau, SD Gvirsman, ...
Child development 84 (1), 163-177, 2013
1532013
Exposure to conflict and violence across contexts: Relations to adjustment among Palestinian children
EF Dubow, P Boxer, LR Huesmann, K Shikaki, S Landau, SD Gvirsman, ...
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 39 (1), 103-116, 2009
1412009
The spoiler effect: Framing attitudes and expectations toward peace
T Sheafer, S Dvir-Gvirsman
Journal of Peace research 47 (2), 205-215, 2010
1062010
The extent and nature of ideological selective exposure online: Combining survey responses with actual web log data from the 2013 Israeli Elections
S Dvir-Gvirsman, Y Tsfati, E Menchen-Trevino
new media & society 18 (5), 857-877, 2016
982016
Exposure to political conflict and violence and posttraumatic stress in Middle East youth: Protective factors
EF Dubow, LR Huesmann, P Boxer, S Landau, S Dvir, K Shikaki, J Ginges
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 41 (4), 402-416, 2012
892012
Media audience homophily: Partisan websites, audience identity and polarization processes
S Dvir-Gvirsman
new media & society 19 (7), 1072-1091, 2017
832017
Cumulative effects of exposure to violence on posttraumatic stress in Palestinian and Israeli youth
EF Dubow, P Boxer, LR Huesmann, S Landau, S Dvir, K Shikaki, J Ginges
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 41 (6), 837-844, 2012
772012
It's not that we don't know, it's that we don't care: Explaining why selective exposure polarizes attitudes
SD Gvirsman
Mass Communication and Society 17 (1), 74-97, 2014
622014
Why Do Partisan Audiences Participate? Perceived Public Opinion as the Mediating Mechanism
S Dvir-Gvirsman, RK Garrett, Y Tsfati
Communication Research 45 (1), 112-136, 2018
532018
Children's exposure to violent political conflict stimulates aggression at peers by increasing emotional distress, aggressive script rehearsal, and normative beliefs favoring …
LR Huesmann, EF Dubow, P Boxer, SF Landau, SD Gvirsman, K Shikaki
Development and psychopathology 29 (1), 39-50, 2017
482017
I like what I see: Studying the influence of popularity cues on attention allocation and news selection
S Dvir-Gvirsman
Information, Communication & Society 22 (2), 286-305, 2019
422019
Changes in rigidity and symptoms among adolescents in psychodynamic psychotherapy
D Atzil Slonim, G Shefler, S Dvir Gvirsman, O Tishby
Psychotherapy Research 21 (6), 685-697, 2011
312011
The Effects of Exposure to Violence on Aggressive
SF Landau, SD Gvirsman, LR Huesmann
Indirect and direct aggression, 321, 2010
312010
The longitudinal effects of chronic mediated exposure to political violence on ideological beliefs about political conflicts among youths
SD Gvirsman, LR Huesmann, EF Dubow, SF Landau, P Boxer, K Shikaki
Political communication 33 (1), 98-117, 2016
272016
Negative stereotypes of ethnic outgroups: A longitudinal examination among Palestinian, Israeli Jewish, and Israeli Arab youth
EY Niwa, P Boxer, EF Dubow, LR Huesmann, S Landau, K Shikaki, ...
Journal of Research on Adolescence 26 (1), 166-179, 2016
262016
Watching Me Watching You: How Observational Learning Affects Self-disclosure on Social Network Sites?
T Ashuri, S Dvir-Gvisman, R Halperin
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 23 (1), 34-68, 2018
232018
One-Track Minds? Cognitive Needs, Media Diet, and Overestimation of Public Support for One's Views
S Dvir-Gvirsman
Media Psychology 18 (4), 475-498, 2015
232015
Size Matters The Effects of Political Orientation, Majority Status, and Majority Size on Misperceptions of Public Opinion
S Dvir-Gvirsman
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (1), 1-27, 2015
232015
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