Distinguished University Professor Kaniasty Gives Presentations at Stress Research Society in Israel

Posted on 8/27/2015 8:24:26 AM

In summer 2015, Krys Kaniasty, Department of Psychology, authored and coauthored four presentations at the 36th international conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR) in Tel Aviv, Israel (July 2–4):

  • Kaniasty, K. “Social support: Travelling along the Conversation of Resources (COR) theory.”
  • Kaniasty, K., & O’Brien, T (IUP 2015 alumnus) “The impact of perceived stressfulness of commonly experienced political events on psychological well-being of Americans: Two replication studies.”
  • Nasser, F., Israelashvili, M., & Kaniasty, K. “Validation of the Hebrew version of the Warsaw Appraisal of Political Stress Inventory.”
  • Hamama-Raz, Y., Palgi Y., Shrira, A., Goodwin, R., Kaniasty, K. & Ben- Ezra, M. (2014). “Gender differences in psychological reactions to Hurricane Sandy among New York metropolitan area residents.”

In June, Kaniasty gave an invited seminar (“Commonly experienced political events and psychological well-being of Americans”) at the Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw (Poland).

Krys Kaniasty at the 2015 STAR conference