Researcher interests: Social psychology of the classroom. Teacher-student interaction. Self-fulfilling prophecies. The “teacher`s pet“ phenomenon. Students` evaluation of instruction. Verbal and nonverbal communication. Media fairness. Wishful thinking versus objectivity. Students` course selection.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Education
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Selected Publications

Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer, ronen hammer
faculty attitudes about student evaluations and their relations to self image as teacher (2018)| Social Psychology of Education| Read more
Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer, ronen hammer
faculty alleged myths about student evaluation of teaching an empirical assessment (2015)| | Read more
Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer
the doctor fox research 1973 rerevisited educational seduction ruled out (2014)| Journal of Educational Psychology| Read more
Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer, yehonatan benayoun
can multiple biases occur in a single situation evidence from media bias research (2012)| Journal of Applied Social Psychology| Read more
Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer, renee hobbs
media literacy and media bias are media literacy students less susceptible to nonverbal judgment biases (2012)| Psychology of popular media culture| Read more
Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer
media bias in interviewers nonverbal behavior potential remedies attitude similarity and meta analysis (2010)| Journal of Nonverbal Behavior| Read more
the teacher s pet phenomenon (2009)| | Read more
Elisha Babad, Eyal Peer, renee hobbs
the effect of media literacy education on susceptibility to media bias (2009)| | Read more
teaching and nonverbal behavior in the classroom (2009)| | Read more
Elisha Babad, Tamar Icekson, Yaacov Yelinek
antecedents and correlates of course cancellation in a university drop and add period (2008)| Research in Higher Education| Read more
Elisha Babad, bruce oppenheimer, Israel Katz
teaching group dynamics in academic settings basic dilemmas and some tentative solutions (1978)| Teaching of Psychology| Read more

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