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  • Dr. Omer Lans
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Social Work
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  • Shenaar-Golan, V., Lanes, O. (2021). Measuring differentiation of self to evaluate subjective well-being in women who are childfree by choice". Current Psychology. In Press.

    Shloim, N., Lans, O., Brown, M., Mckelvie, S., Cohen, S., & Cahill, J. (2019). “Motherhood is like a roller coaster… lots of ups, then downs, something chaotic…“; UK & Israeli women’s experiences of motherhood 6-12 months postpartum. Journal of reproductive and infant psychology, 1-23.

    Lans, O., Mosek, A and Yagil, Y (2014). Romantic Jealousy:Differentiation of Self and Gender Difference. The Family Journal, 22 (3). pp. 321 - 331.

    Shloim, N., Hugh-Jones, S., Rudolf, M.C.J., Feltbower., Lanes,O and

    Hetherington, M.M (2016).“It's like giving him a piece of me.”: Exploring UK and Israeli women's accounts of motherhood and feeding. Appetite.Vol. 95. Pp. 58-66

    Hershkowitz, I., Lanes, O. & Lamb, M. E (2007). Exploring The Disclosure Of Child Sexual Abuse With Alleged Victims And Their Parents. Child Abuse & Neglect, 31, pp. 111-123.

    Reaoveny, L., Lanes, O., and Gewirtz-Meydan, A. (2022). Erotic transference – how to neutralize emotional and sexual mines in the therapy room? In: Seeking Psychic Space: Fundamentals of Psychodynamic Social Work B. Edited by R. Alfandary. Givat Shaul, Jerusalem: Carmel.publishinghouse

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