Published in peer-reviewed journals
Israelashvili, J., Sauter D., & Fischer, A. (2020) Different faces of empathy: Feelings of similarity disrupt recognition of negative emotions. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jesp.2019.103912
Israelashvili, J., Oosterwijk S., Sauter D. & Fischer, A., (2019) Knowing me, knowing you: Emotion differentiation in oneself is associated with recognition of others' emotions. Cognition and Emotion . Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699931.2019.1577221
Israelashvili, J., Sauter D., & Fischer, A. (2019) How well can we assess our ability to understand others' feelings? Beliefs about taking others 'perspectives and current understanding of others' emotions. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 2475. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02475
Israelashvili, J., Hassin R., & Aviezer, H. (2018) When emotions run high: A critical role for context in the dynamic unfolding of real-life intense facial affect. Emotion. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/emo0000441
Israelashvili, J., & Karniol, R. (2018) Testing Alternative Models of Dispositional Empathy: The Affect-to-Cognition (ACM) versus the Cognition-to-Affect (CAM) Model. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 161-169 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2017.09.036
Israelashvili, J., Sauter D., & Fischer, A. Two facets of affective empathy: Concern and distress have opposite relationships to emotion recognition.
Israelashvili, J., & Karniol, R. Feedback shapes snap judgments: Toward a dynamic model of making social judgments.
Israelashvili, J. The Master Therapist Questionnaire (MTQ): A developmental analysis.
Israelashvili, J., & Karniol, R. From Similarity to Empathy: Two dimensions of self-other similarity are involved in the process of empathy.
Israelashvili, J., & Karniol, R. Mother-child and Mother-other: two distinct routes of socialization to empathy.
Israelashvili, J. Are people in helping professions really more empathetic? Individual differences in empathy and recognition of emotions among help providers.
Ilgen HA, Israelashvili, J., & Fischer, A. Personal nonverbal repertoires: Individual differences in facial displays.
Israelashvili, J. Perry A. Expanding perspective: Feedback shapes the understanding of other's emotions.
I received my B.A. in Psychology and Mathematics and did my PhD in Social Psychology at Tel Aviv University with Prof. Rachel Karniol. Currently, I am at University of Amsterdam doing a Post-doc research with Prof. Agneta Fischer and Prof. Disa Sauter. My research examines the emphatic processes that antecedent understanding and caring for others. My hobbies include trekking, swing dancing, and drinking too much coffee.