Fields of Research
Gabriel Nudelman completed his B.Sc. in Computer Science and Psychology (magna cum laude) and M.A. in Social Psychology (summa cum laude) at Tel-Aviv University. He taught statistics and research methods for undergraduate and graduate students at various academic institutions for a decade.
Gabriel completed his Ph.D. and post-doctoral training at Tel-Aviv University, specializing in the fields of Health Psychology and Justice Research, and received several awards, such as the Wolf Foundation Scholarship, the International Society for Justice Research Travel Award, and numerous Excellence Scholarships from Tel-Aviv University.
He was awarded the Minerva Fellowship and was a Research Fellow at Philipps University of Marburg. Gabriel joined the Psychology Department at The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo in 2018.
Shiloh, S., & Nudelman, G. (2020). Exploring dimensions of health behaviors’ representations. Psychology & Health. Advance online publication.
Cheng, Y., Nudelman, G., Otto, K., & Ma, J. (2020). Belief in a Just World and Employee Voice Behavior: The Mediating Roles of Perceived Efficacy and Risk. The Journal of Psychology, 154(2), 129-143.
Nudelman, G., & Otto, K. (2019). Personal Belief in a Just World and Conscientiousness: A meta‐analysis, facet‐level examination, and mediation model. British Journal of Psychology. Advance online publication.
Nudelman, G., Kalish, Y., & Shiloh, S. (2019). The centrality of health behaviours: A network analytic approach. British Journal of Health Psychology, 24, 215-236.
Nudelman, G., & Ivanova, E. (2018). The relationship between frequency of performance and perceived importance of health behaviours. Journal of Health Psychology. Advance online publication.
Nudelman, G., & Shiloh, S. (2018). Connectionism and behavioral clusters: Differential patterns in predicting expectations to engage in health behaviors. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52, 890-901.
Nudelman, G., & Nadler, A. (2017). The effect of apology on forgiveness: Belief in a just world as a moderator. Personality & Individual Differences, 116, 191-200.
Nudelman, G., & Shiloh, S. (2016). Understanding behavioral clusters: Identifying differences between clusters of health behaviors on key constructs. Psychology & Health, 31(12), 1375-1390.
Nudelman, G., Otto, K., & Dalbert, C. (2016). Can Belief in a Just World Buffer Mood and Career Prospects of People in Need of Risk Protection? First Experimental Evidence. Risk Analysis: An International Journal, 36(12), 2247-2257.
Nudelman, G., & Shiloh, S. (2015). Mapping health behaviors: Creating and validating a common-sense taxonomy of health behaviors. Social Science & Medicine, 146, 1-10.
Nudelman, G. (2014). Meta-analysis: The five factor model of personality and the belief in a just world. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
Nudelman, G. (2013). The belief in a just world and personality: A meta-analysis. Social Justice Research, 26(2), 105-119.
Nudelman, G., & Shiloh, S. (2011). Who deserves to be sick? An exploration of the relationships between belief in a just world, illness causal attributions and their fairness judgements. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 16(6), 675-685.