Einav, M., & Margalit, M. (In Press). Sense of coherence, Hope theory and early intervention: A longitudinal study. JETT: Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers – Early Childhood Monograph.
Einav, M., Sharabi, A., Even-hen Peter, T., & Margalit, M. (2018). Test accommodations and positive affect among adolescents with learning disabilities: The mediating role of attitudes, academic self-efficacy, loneliness and hope. Athens Journal of Education, 5(4), 345-360. https://www.athensjournals.gr/education/2018-5-4-1-Einav.pdf
Feldman, D. B., Einav, M., & Margalit, M. (2018). Does family cohesion predict children’s effort? The mediating roles of sense of coherence, hope, and loneliness. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. 152 (5), 276-289. doi:10.1080/00223980.2018.1447434
Levi, U., Rosenstreich, E., & Margalit, M. (2018). Loneliness, mindfulness and hope:
Empowering rehabilitation processes. Examines in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1(4), 1-4, http://crimsonpublishers.com/epmr/pdf/EPMR.000517.pdf
Al-Yagon, M., & Margalit, M. (2018). Hope and coping in individuals with SLD. S. Lopez, & M. Gallagher (Eds). Oxford Handbook of hope, (pp 243-254), NY, Oxford University Press.
Presentations in major international conference
Margalit, M., (June, 2019). Hope theory and happiness in early intervention. To be presented in the International Society on Early Intervention Conference (ISEI 2019), Sydney, Australia.
Margalit, M. (October, 2018). Future challenges. Presented at the international conference on Developmental Psychology and prevention, Tel-Aviv.
Margalit, M. & Mana, A. (July, 2018). The mediating role of implicit theories on test accommodations. Presented in the Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities, Belgium.
Margalit, M., (May, 2018). Symposium: Advances, controversies, and future directions in the study of hope. And a lecture: Specific learning disorders (SLD) and academic achievements: The contribution of implicit testing accommodations’ theories and hope. Presented at the 30th APS Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.