Journal Articles

Published:

  1. Rosenbloom, T., Nemrodov, D., & Barkan, H. (maiden name) (2004). For heaven's sake follow the rules: Pedestrians' behavior in an ultra-orthodox and a non-orthodox city. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 7 (6), 395-404.
  2. Rosenbloom, T., Nemrodov, D., & Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2006). Yielding Behavior of Israeli Drivers: Interaction of Age and Sex. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 103, 387-390.
  3. Diesendruck, G., & Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2006) The relationships among social cognition, peer acceptance, and social behavior in Israeli kindergarteners. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 30 (2), 137-147.
  4. Rosenbloom, T., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Nemrodov, D. (2008). Children’s crossing behavior with an accompanying adult. Safety Science, 46, 1248-1254.
  5. Rosenbloom, T., Nemrodov, D., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Eldror, E. (2008). Fear and danger appraisals of a road-crossing scenario: A developmental perspective. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 40, 1619-1626.
  6. Rosenbloom, T., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Nemrodov, D. (2009) Self-concept and dangerous driving proclivity in male and female Israeli drivers. Social Behavior and Personality, 37, 539-544.
  7. Rosenbloom, T., Ben-Eliyahu, A., Nemrodov, D., Biegel, A., & Perlman, A. (2009). Committing driving violations: An observational study comparing city, town and village. Journal of Safety Research, 40, 215-219.
  8. Birnbaum, D., Deeb, I., Segall, G., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Diesendruck, G. (2010). The development of social essentialism: The case of Israeli children's inferences about Jews and Arabs. Child Development, 81, 757-777.
  9. Deeb, I., Segall, G., Birnbaum, D., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Diesendruck, G. (2011) Seeing isn't believing: The effect of intergroup exposure on children's essentialist beliefs about ethnic categories. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101, 1139-1156.
  10. Ben-Eliyahu, A. & Linnenbrink-Garcia, L. (2013) Extending Self-Regulated Learning to Include Self-Regulated Emotion Strategies. Motivation and Emotion, 37, 558-573.
  11. O’Keefe, P. A., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Linnenbrink-Garcia, L. (2013). Shaping Achievement Goal Orientations in a Mastery-Structured Environment and Concomitant Changes in Related Contingencies of Self-Worth. Motivation and Emotion, 37, 50-64.
  12. Ben-Eliyahu, A., Rhodes, J., & Scales, P. (2014). The interest-driven pursuits of 15-year-olds: “Sparks” and their associations with caring relationships and developmental outcomes. Applied Developmental Science, 18, 76-89.
  13. Ben-Eliyahu, A. & Bernacki, M. L. (2015). Addressing complexities in self-regulated learning: A focus on and contextual factors, contingencies, and dynamic relations. Metacognition & Learning, 10, 1-13.
  14. Ben-Eliyahu, A. & Linnenbrink-Garcia, L. (2015). Integrating the regulaton of affect, behavior, and cognition into self-regulated learning paradigms among secondary and post-secondary students. Metacognition & Learning, 10, 15-42.
  15. Ben-Eliyahu, A. & Kaplan, A. (2015) Social and academic coping: Using growth curve modeling to examine third through sixth grade. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 99-109.
  16. Rosenbloom, T., Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Nemrodov, D. (2016). Causes of Traffic Accidents as Perceived by Pre-Driving Adolescents. North American Journal of Psychology, 18, 533-550.
  17. Sha, L., Schunn, C., Bathgate, M., & Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2016). Families Support their Children's Success in Science Learning by Influencing Interest and Self-Efficacy, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 53, 450-472.
  18. Ben-Eliyahu, A., & Linnenbrink-Garcia, L., & Putallaz, M. (2017). The intertwined nature of social life and academics: Social and academic goal orientations. Journal of Advanced Academics, 28, 66-93.
  19. Ben-Eliyahu, A., Moore, D., Dorph, R., & Schunn, C. D. (2018) Investigating the multidimensionality of engagement: Affective, behavioral, and cognitive engagement in science across multiple days, activities, and contexts. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 53, 87-105.
  20. Linnenbrink-Garcia, L., Wormington, S. V., Snyder, K. E., Riggsbee, J., Perez, T. Ben-Eliyahu, A. & Hill, N. E. (2018). Multiple Pathways to Success: An Examination of Integrative Motivational Profiles among College and Upper Elementary Students. Journal of Educational Psychology, 110, 1026-1048.
  21. Rapoza, L., Ben-Eliyahu, A., Olsho, L. & Rhodes, J. (2018). Birds of a feather: Is matching based on shared interests and characteristics associated with longer youth mentoring relationships? Journal of Community Psychology, 1-13.
  22. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2019): A situated perspective on self-regulated learning from a person-by-context perspective, High Ability Studies, DOI: 10.1080/13598139.2019.1568828
  23. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2019): Academic Emotional Learning: A Critical Component of Self-Regulated Learning in the Emotional Learning Cycle, Educational Psychologist, DOI:10.1080/00461520.2019.1582345

Book Chapters

  1. Ben-Eliyahu, A (2017). Individual Differences and Learning Contexts: A Self-Regulated Learning Perspective In T. Michalsky & C. Schechter (Eds.). Self-regulated learning: Conceptualization, contribution, and empirically based models for teaching and learning. Yearbook of the NSSE (National Society for the Study of Education), Teachers College (TC), Columbia University, New York. v119 n13, NY: Teachers College - Columbia University Press.
  2. Ben-Eliyahu, A. & Zeidner, M. (in press). Educational Psychology. In Handbook of Personality.

Other Works and Publications

  1. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2012, October). Emotion regulation in mentoring relationships. The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/guest-research-corner-how-mentors-can-help-young-people-regulate-their-emotions/
  2. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, February). On Methods: What’s the difference between qualitative and quantitative approaches? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/on-methods-whats-the-difference-between-qualitative-and-quantitative-approaches/
  3. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, March). On Methods: How is correlation different from causation? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring.
  4. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, April). On Methods: What are mediation and moderation? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring.
  5. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, May). Methods Corner: What is an effect size? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring.
  6. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, June). Methods Corner: What is a meta-analysis? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/on-methods-whats-a-meta-analysis-anyways/
  7. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, July). How do we know that mentoring works?: The many benefits of experimental designs? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/how-do-we-know-that-mentoring-works-the-many-benefits-of-experimental-designs/
  8. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, August). What is peer review and why do we need it? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/what-is-peer-review-and-why-do-we-need-it/
  9. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, September). Methods Corner Cracking the Code: How to read a research paper. The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/methods-corner-cracking-the-code-how-to-read-a-research-paper/#comment-20258
  10. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, October). Methods Corner: Let’s talk about reliability and validity. The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/methods-corner-lets-talk-about-reliability-and-validity/
  11. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, November). What’s the difference? Group comparisons made easy. The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/group-comparisons-made-easy/
  12. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, December). What is regression analysis? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/what-is-regression-analysis/
  13. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2013, December). What’s the difference between dependent and independent variables? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/what-are-the-difference-between-a-dependent-variable-and-an-independent-variable/
  14. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2014, January). The basics of Structural Equation Modeling. The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/the-basics-of-structural-equation-modeling/
  15. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2014, February). Unlock your self-motivation power. ActiveWear USA Magazine. http://mag.activewearusa.com/unlock-self-motivation-power/
  16. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2014, March). Keys to reaching your goals ActiveWear USA Magazine. http://mag.activewearusa.com/keys-reaching-goals/
  17. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2014, March). What is a path model? The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/what-is-a-path-model/
  18. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2014, July). Do results apply to my program?: External validity, generalizability, and transferability refer to fairly similar ideas.
  19. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2014, August). Why active kids excel. ActiveWear USA Magazine http://mag.activewearusa.com/active-kids-excel/
  20. Ben-Eliyahu, A. (2015, January). What is the scientific method? http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/what-is-the-scientific-method/
  21. Kidron, S. (2016). Adult Coloring Books: Relaxing Coloring Book for Pregnant Women – Inner Soul Journey. A. Ben-Eliyahu (Ed.) https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Coloring-Books-Relaxing-Pregnant/dp/9659253109/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
  22. Kidron, S. (2016). Adult Coloring Book: My Pocket Coloring Book - Mandalas Coloring (Volume 1). A. Ben-Eliyahu (Ed.) https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Coloring-Books-Coloring--Go/dp/9659253117/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
  23. Kidron, S. (2016). Adult Coloring Book: My Pocket Coloring Book - Sea World Coloring: Volume 2. A. Ben-Eliyahu (Ed.) https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Coloring-Books-Coloring--Go/dp/9659253125/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
  24. Kidron, S. (2016). Adult Coloring Book: My Pocket Coloring Book – Wild Nature Coloring: Volume 3. A. Ben-Eliyahu (Ed.) https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Coloring-Books-Coloring--Go/dp/9659253168/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Editing

  1. Bernacki, M. L. & Ben-Eliyahu, A. (Eds.)(2015). Special Issue: Addressing complexities in self-regulated learning: A focus on dynamic relations, contingencies, and contextual factors. Metacognition & Learning, 10 (1).

Reports

Ben-Eliyahu, A., Rodriguez, E., & Rhodes, J. (2013). HIVE Needs Assessment Report. MacArthur Foundation.