פרופ' רחל קרניול

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פרופ' רחל קרניול
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Short Biography:
Born in Israel and raised in Canada, Rachel received her B.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Toronto and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Waterloo. She has taught at the University of Toronto, University of Florida, Tufts University, Princeton University, and Carnegie Mellon University.

Fields of Interest:
social development, more particularly, role taking, empathy, moral development, and gender. She is currently completing a book on social development.

Fields of Interest

social development in children, more particularly, role taking, empathy, morality, self control,  and gender development.

Selected Publications

Karniol, R. (1995) Stuttering, language and cognition: A review and a model of stuttering as superasegmental sentence plan alignment (SPA). Psychological Bulletin, 117, 104-124.

Karniol, R., & Ross, M. (1996) The motivational impact of temporal focus: Thinking about the future and the past. Annual Review of Psychology, 47, 593-620.

Karniol, R. (2003) Egocentrism versus protocentrism: The status of self in social prediction. Psychological Review, 110, 564-580.

Karniol, R. (2009) Israeli kindergarten children’s gender constancy for others’ counter-stereotypic toy play and appearance: The role of sibling gender and relative age. Infant and Child Development, 18,. 73-94

Karniol, R., & Gal-Disegni, M. (2009) The impact of gender-fair versus gender-stereotyped basal readers on 1st grade children’s gender stereotypes: A natural experiment. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 23, 411-420.

Karniol, R., Galili, L., Shtilerman, D., Naim, R., Stern, K., Manjoch, H. &  Silverman, R. (2011) Why Superman can wait: Cognitive self transformation in the delay of gratification paradigm, Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 40, 307-317.

Vital, H., & Karniol, R. (2011) Procedural versus narrative cross-language priming and bilingual children's reading and sentence sequencing of same genre and opposite genre text in the other language, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, in press.

Karniol, R. (2011) The color of children's gender stereotypes. Sex Roles, 65, 119-132.

Sadeh, N., & Karniol, R. (2011) The sense of self-continuity as a resource in adaptive coping with job loss, Journal of Vocational Behavior, in press

Karniol, R. (2011) Storybook-induced arousal and preschoolers' empathic understanding of negative affect in self, others, and animals in stories. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, in press 

Vital, H., & Karniol, R. (2011) Procedural versus narrative cross-language priming and bilingual  children's reading and sentence sequencing of same genre and opposite genre text in the other language, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 14, 547-561

Sadeh, N., & Karniol, R. (2012) The sense of self-continuity as a resource in adaptive coping with job loss, Journal of  Vocational Behavior, 80, 93-99 

Karniol, R. (2012) Storybook-induced arousal and preschoolers' empathic understanding of negative affect in self, others, and animals in stories.  Journal of Research in .Childhood Education, 26, 346-35

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