Shoshana Shiloh
Shoshana Shiloh
School of Psychological Sciences, Tel Aviv University
Verified email at post.tau.ac.il
TitleCited byYear
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
2572002
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
1661999
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
1442003
Decision-making in the context of genetic risk.
S Shiloh
Cambridge University Press, 1996
1361996
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
1312001
Satisfaction with genetic counseling: dimensions and measurement
S Shiloh, O Avdor, RM Goodman
American journal of medical genetics 37 (4), 522-529, 1990
1311990
Perception of risk in genetic counseling
S Shiloh, L Saxe
Psychology and Health 3 (1), 45-61, 1989
1221989
Illness representations, self-regulation, and genetic counseling: a theoretical review
S Shiloh
Journal of Genetic Counseling 15 (5), 325-337, 2006
1042006
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
1002002
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
942011
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
791999
Effect of framing on the perception of genetic recurrence risks
S Shiloh, M Sagi
American journal of medical genetics 33 (1), 130-135, 1989
791989
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
661992
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
622008
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
602008
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
561997
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
522006
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
501997
Genetic counseling: A developing area of interest for psychologists.
S Shiloh
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 27 (5), 475, 1996
471996
Attitudes of asthmatic and nonasthmatic adolescents toward cigarettes and smoking
U Brook, S Shiloh
Clinical pediatrics 32 (11), 642-646, 1993
441993
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