Publications (2000-2013)

Books and Journal special issues

Seginer, R (2009).  Future orientation: Developmental and ecological perspectives.  New York: Springer.

Sagi-Schwartz, A., Seginer, R. , Abdeen, Z. (2008). Chronic exposure to catastrophic war experiences and political violence: Links to the well-being of children and their families.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 32.

Journal articles and book chapters

Seginer, R. (2000).  Defensive pessimism and optimism correlates of adolescent future orientation: A domain specific analysis.  Journal of Adolescent Research, 15, 307-326.

Seginer, R. & Vermulst, A. (2000). The intergenerational transmission of child rearing stress: Congruence, psychological mediators, and ecological moderators.  In J. Gerris (Ed.), Dynamics of parenting (pp. 157-178).  Leuven, Belgium: Garant Publishers.

Seginer, R.  (2001). Young people chart their path into adulthood: The future orientation of Israeli Druze, Arab and Jewish adolescents.  Special Issue: The child in Israel (Eds., C. Greenbaum & I..Levin), Megamot, 41, 97-112. (Hebrew).

 Seginer R. (2001).  Emotional distress, personal resources and developmental tasks: Personality correlates of adolescent future orientation.  Special Issue: School of Education 25th anniversary (Ed., M. Ben Perez) Iyunim Bechinuch, 5, 7-44. (Hebrew).

Seginer, R. & Somech, A. (2001).  In the eyes of the beholder: How adolescents, teachers and school counselors construct adolescent images. Social Psychology of Education, 4, 139-157.

Seginer, R., Vermulst, A., & Gerris, J. (2002).  Bringing up adolescent children: A longitudinal study of parents’ child-rearing stress. International Journal of Behavioral Development 26, 410-422.   

Seginer, R., & Vermulst, A. (2002).  Family environment, educational aspirations and academic achievement in two cultural settings.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology,33, 540-558.

Seginer, R. & Mahajna, S. (2003).  ‘Education is a weapon in women’s hands’: How Arab girls construct their future.  Journal of Sociology of Education and Socialization.  Zeitschrift fur Soziologie der Erziehung und Socialisation, 23, 200-214.

Seginer, R. (2003).  Adolescent future orientation: An integrated cultural and ecological perspective.  In W.J. Lonner, D.L. Dinnel, & S.A. Hayes (Eds.). Online Readings in Psychology and Culture.  Bellingham, WA: Center for Cross Cultural Research (review paper)

Seginer, R. & Lilach, E. (2004).  How adolescents construct their future: The effect of loneliness on future orientation.  Journal of Adolescence, 27, 625-643.

 Seginer, R. & Mahajna, S. (2004).  How the future orientation of traditional Israeli Palestinian girls link beliefs about women's roles and academic achievement.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28, 122-135.

Seginer, R., Vermulst, A. & Shoyer, S. (2004).  The indirect link between perceived parenting and adolescent future orientation: A multiple-step analysis.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 28, 365-378.

Seginer & Noyman, M.S. (2005).  Future orientation, identity and intimacy: Their relations in emerging adulthood.  European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2, 17-37.

Seginer, R. (2005).  Adolescent future orientation: Intergenerational transmission and intertwining tactics in culture and family settings.  In W. Friedelmeier, P. Chakkarath, & B. Schwarz (Eds.). Culture and human development: The importance of cross-cultural research to the social sciences (pp.231-251).  Hove, UK: Psychology Press (review paper).

Seginer, R. (2006).  Parents' educational involvement: A developmental ecology perspective.  Parenting, 6, 1-48.  (review paper).

Seginer, & Shoyer, S. (2006).  Adolescence in Israel.  In J. Arnett (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of adolescence.  New York & London: Routledge.

Seginer, R. & Shoyer, S. (2006).  Research on adolescence in Israel:  Recent developments.  In A. Ittel, L. Stecher, H. Merkes, & J. Zinnercker (Eds.), Jarbuch Jugendforchung [Yearbook on Youth]  (pp. 205-223).  Wiesbaden, Germany: GWV Fachverlage.

Seginer, R.  Shoyer, S, Hossessi, R., & Tannous, H.(2007).  Adolescent family and  peer relationships: Does culture matter?. In R. W. Larsen & L. A. Jensen (Series Eds), New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development (No.  116). B. B. Brown & N.S.  Mounts (Vol. Eds.) Linking parents and family to adolescent peer relations: Ethnic and cultural considerations (pp. 83-99).   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Sagi-Schwartz, A., Seginer, R., Abdeen, Z. (2008).  Introduction to special issue: Chronic exposure to catastrophic war experiences and political violence: Links to the well-being of children and their families.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 32, 257-259

Seginer, R. (2008).  Future orientation in times of threat and challenge: How resilient adolescents  construct their future. Special issue: Chronic exposure to catastrophic war experiences and political violence: Links to the well-being of children and their families.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 32, 272-282.  (review paper).

Seginer, R. & Shoyer, S. (2012). How mothers affect adolescents' future orientation: A two source analysis. Japanese Psychological Research, 54 (3), 310-320. Seginer, R. (2012). Future orientation. In R.J.R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of adolescence (pp 1096-1102 chapter 145). New York: Springer.
Seginer, R. & Shoyer, S. (2012). Israel. In J.J. Arnett (Ed.), Adolescent psychology around the world (pp.29-45).   New York: Psychology Press.

Seginer, R. & Mahajna, S. (2012). With God's help: The future orientation of Palestinian girls in Israel growing up Muslims. In G. Trommsdorff & X. Chen (Eds.), Values, religion, and culture in adolescent development (pp 253-270). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Seginer, R. & Lens, W. (in press). The motivational properties of future time perspective/future orientation: Different approaches different cultures. In N. Fieulaine, M. Stolarski, & W.VanBeek (Eds.) Handbook of time perspective. New York: Springer.

Seginer, R. & Mahajna, S. (submitted). On the meaning of higher education for transition to modernity youth: Lessons from future orientation research on Muslim girls in Israel.

Toren-Kaplan N. & Seginer R. (submitted).  Classroom climate, educational involvement, and school functioning in early adolescence: A longitudinal study.

Seginer, R. & Mahajna, S. (submitted).  Future Orientation, its Parenting Antecedents and academic achievement outcomes: Gender differences among Muslim adolescents in Israel

Lens, W. & Seginer, R. (submitted). Future time perspective and motivation. In J.D. Wright (Ed.). International encyclopedia of social and behavioral science. 2nd Ed. Oxford, UK: Elsevier