Shoshana Shiloh
Shoshana Shiloh
School of Psychological Sciences, Tel Aviv University
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Individual differences in rational and intuitive thinking styles as predictors of heuristic responses and framing effects
S Shiloh, E Salton, D Sharabi
Personality and Individual Differences 32 (3), 415-429, 2002
Perceived personal control (PPC): a new concept in measuring outcome of genetic counseling
M Berkenstadt, S Shiloh, G Barkai, MBM Katznelson, B Goldman
American journal of medical genetics 82 (1), 53-59, 1999
Reduction of state-anxiety by petting animals in a controlled laboratory experiment
S Shiloh, G Sorek, J Terkel
Anxiety, stress, and coping 16 (4), 387-395, 2003
Individual differences in compensatory decision-making style and need for closure as correlates of subjective decision complexity and difficulty
S Shiloh, S Koren, D Zakay
Personality and individual differences 30 (4), 699-710, 2001
Decision-making in the context of genetic risk
S Shiloh
The troubled helix: Social and psychological implications of the new human …, 1996
Satisfaction with genetic counseling: dimensions and measurement
S Shiloh, O Avdor, RM Goodman
American journal of medical genetics 37 (4), 522-529, 1990
Perception of risk in genetic counseling
S Shiloh, L Saxe
Psychology and Health 3 (1), 45-61, 1989
Illness representations, self-regulation, and genetic counseling: a theoretical review
S Shiloh
Journal of Genetic Counseling 15 (5), 325-337, 2006
The Genetic Counseling Outcome Scale: a new patient‐reported outcome measure for clinical genetics services
M McAllister, AM Wood, G Dunn, S Shiloh, C Todd
Clinical genetics 79 (5), 413-424, 2011
Illness causal attributions: an exploratory study of their structure and associations with other illness cognitions and perceptions of control
S Shiloh, D Rashuk-Rosenthal, Y Benyamini
Journal of behavioral medicine 25 (4), 373-394, 2002
Effects of controllability, predictability, and information-seeking style on interest in predictive genetic testing
S Shiloh, R Ben-Sinai, G Keinan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (10), 1187-1195, 1999
Effect of framing on the perception of genetic recurrence risks
S Shiloh, M Sagi
American journal of medical genetics 33 (1), 130-135, 1989
Application of the health belief model in a study on parents' intentions to utilize prenatal diagnosis of cleft lip and/or palate
M Sagi, S Shiloh, T Cohen
American journal of medical genetics 44 (3), 326-333, 1992
Coping specificity: The case of women coping with infertility treatments
Y Benyamini, Y Gefen-Bardarian, M Gozlan, G Tabiv, S Shiloh, E Kokia
Psychology and Health 23 (2), 221-241, 2008
Monitoring coping style moderates emotional reactions to genetic testing for hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer: a longitudinal study
S Shiloh, L Koehly, J Jenkins, J Martin, D Hadley
Psycho‐Oncology 17 (8), 746-755, 2008
Mediating Effects of Perceived Personal Control in Coping With a Health Threat: The Case of Genetic Counseling1
S Shiloh, M Berkenstadt, N Meiran, M Bat‐Miriam‐Katznelson, B Goldman
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 27 (13), 1146-1174, 1997
Patients' information needs and decision-making processes: What can be learned from genetic counselees?
S Shiloh, L Gerad, B Goldman
Health Psychology 25 (2), 211, 2006
Correlates of health screening utilization: The roles of health beliefs and self-regulation motivation
S Shiloh, M Vinter, M Barak
Psychology and Health 12 (3), 301-317, 1997
Genetic counseling: A developing area of interest for psychologists.
S Shiloh
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 27 (5), 475, 1996
Pre-marital genetic counselling to consanguineous couples: attitudes, beliefs and decisions among counselled, noncounselled and unrelated couples in Israel
S Shiloh, H Reznik, M Bat-Miriam-Katznelson, B Goldman
Social science & medicine 41 (9), 1301-1310, 1995
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