single faculty member

  • Dr.

    Gary Raphael Trieger
  • Lecturer

  • Economics and Management - B.A. Program
  • +972-54-6780120
  • gary@telhai.ac.il
    • Psychology
    • Sociology
    • Management
  • Education
    1991         Ph.D., Psychology, University of Haifa. Thesis: Interpersonal Work Relations in Career Choice
    1974         M.A., Psychology, Tel Aviv University: Thesis: Work interests among Kibbutz members.
    1971         B.A. Psychology, Socioloty & Anthropology, Tel Aviv University.
    Work Experience
    1996-present        Lecturer, Department of Education, Tel Hai Academic College
    2013-2016        Lecturer, School of Behavioral Sciences, Netanya Academic College
    1975-2003           Director, Research Department, Center for Vocational Counseling and Information, Israel Ministry of Labor
    1983-1995           Lecturer, Tel Hai Academic College, branch of Haifa University
    Courses taught at Tel Hai
     
    Introduction to management, Human resources management, Organizational psychology, Research methods, Introduction to organizations, Career success with learning disabilities.

    • 1996-present   Lecturer, Tel Hai Academic College teaching in academic institutions
    • 2013-present   Lecturer, School of Behavioral Sciences, Netanya Academic College
    • 1983-1995       Lecturer, Tel Hai Academic College, branch of Haifa University

    o   Undergraduate: Human resources management, Introduction to management, Basics of organizational psychology, Cognitive psychology, Academic skills, Introduction to organizations.

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  • 2009      (with Kesler, Y. And Bloom, Y.). Self image and learning disabilities. The scientific conference of The Israeli Psychological Association. Tel-Aviv University.

    2009      RULES: Trigger Management Cycle Model. The 40th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society. Bar-Ilan University.

    2007      (with Egozi, S., Gome, M., Kremer, K., Polak, M., Nuriel, N., and Karin, O.).  Men who choose occupations like social work or psychology, are they more feminine than men who choose occupations like economics or computers? Accepted for presentation at the 38th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society. Haifa University.

    2006      Trigger-Coaching Model for life success. Accepted for presentation at the 37th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society.

    2006      (with Egozi, S., Belsi, E., Yarden, S., Inbar, N., & Shevah, M.). The influence of practical training on the motivation to choose the Social Work occupation. Accepted for presentation at the 37th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society.

    2005      (with Nahum, Y., and Hativ, S.). Kibbutz members work motivation before privatization. Accepted for presentation at the 36th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society.

    2005      (with Egozi, S., Tahan, D., & Mei-Paz, L.). The internet as facilitator or disturbance tool for spouse choose. Accepted for presentation at the 36th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society.

    2005      (with Egozi, S., Ardezi, Y., Mizrahi, T., & Elhadif, M.). Ethnic prejudice and spouse choice above Israeli young. Accepted for presentation at the 36th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society.

    2005      (with Egozi, S., Avrahami, J., & Shriki, .). A long term influence of child sex abuse. Accepted for presentation at the 36th Scientific Conference, The Israeli Sociological Society.

    2000      (with Ben-Abraham, S.). Meretz: An Assessment Instrument for Diagnosing Clients’ Goals and Expectations from Career Counseling. Accepted for presentation at the 28th Scientific Conference, Israel Federation of Psychologists.

    1998      (with Davidson, Y.). Attitudes of Israeli Negev Bedouin Women. Borderfree Careers and Employment, International conference held at Maale Hahamisha, Israel.

    1997      (with Ben-Abraham, S.). Changes in Results of Psychometric Tests with Rise in Age. 26th Scientific Conference, Israel Federation of Psychologists.