Prof. Jacob Lomranz

ביה"ס למדעי הפסיכולוגיה אמריטוס
Prof. Jacob Lomranz
External phone: 03-6478029
Fax: 03-6440982
Office: Sharett - Educational Sciences, 126

Fields of Interest

Personal time, long-term effects of the Holocaust, aging, Creativity, Aintegration


Selected Publications

Lomranz, J., Shmotkin, D. & R. Vardi (1991). The Equivocal meaning of time: Exploratory and Structural Analyses. Current Psychology: Research and Reviews. 10 (No. 1 & 2), 3-20.

Lomranz, J. (1995). Endurance and living: Long-term effects of the Holocaust. In Hobfoll, S., & De Vries, M. (Eds.) Extreme Stress and Communities: Impact and Intervention. Boston Kluwer Academic Pub., pp. 325-352.

Lomranz, J. (1998). An Image of Aging and the Concept of Aintegration: Personality, coping and mental health implications. In: Lomranz, J. (Ed.). Handbook of Aging and Mental Health. Plenum Pub. Pp. 217-254.

Lomranz, J. & L. Bar-Tur (1998). Nursing Home Care and Consultation. In Edelstein, B. ( Ed.) Comprehensive Clinical Psychology. Elsevier Science Ltd.

Lomranz, J. (2001). A Wandering Jew as a Social Scientist. In: Suedfeld, P. (Ed.) Light from the ashes: Social Science Careers of young Holocaust refugees and survivors. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Pp. 291-321.

Lomranz, J. (2005). The triangular relationships between: The Holocaust, Aging and Narrative Gerontology. International Journal of Human Development and Aging, Vol. 60(3) 255-267.

Lomranz, J. (2006). Personal Creativity and Creative Aging. In: Carmel, S., Morse, C., & Torres-Gil, F. (Ed.) The Art of Aging Well: Lesson From Three Nations. Vol. I. New York: Baywood Pub.

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