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Weinstock, M.P., Igbariya, R., Ganayem, M., Manago, A.M., & Greenfield, P.M. (Accepted). Societal change and values in Arab communities in Israel: Intergenerational and rural-urban comparisons. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.
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Our mission is to study children, teens, and emerging adults’ interaction with the newer forms of interactive digital media and to see how these interactions both affect and reflect their offline lives and long-term development.