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Yael Sidi , Lecturer

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The Open University of Israel Department of Education and Psychology One University Road P.O.B. 808 Raanana 4353701, Israel
Email:yaelsi@openu.ac.il

2017
PhD in Cognitive Psychology, Technion- Israel Institue of Technology
2012
BsC in Cognitive Psychology, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
2008
MA in Neurorehabilitation​ Psychology, Tel Aviv-Yafo College
2004
BA in Psychology, Haifa University
2018
Lecturer, The Open University of Israel

Sidi, Y., Glikson, E., & Cheshin, A. (2021). Do You Get What I Mean?!? The Undesirable Outcomes of (Ab) Using Paralinguistic Cues in Computer-Mediated Communication. Frontiers in psychology 12, 1337.

Sidi, Y., Geller, S., Abu Sinni, A., Levy, S., & Handelzalts, J. E. (2020). Body image among Muslim women in Israel: exploring religion and sociocultural pressures. Women & Health, 60(10), 1095-1108.

Sahar, T., Sidi, Y. & Makovski, T. (2020). A Metacognitive Perspective of Visual Working Memory With Rich Complex Objects. Front. Psychol. 11, 179.

Sidi, Y., Torgovitsky, I., Soibelman, D., Miron-Spektor, E., & Ackerman, R. (2020). You May Be More Original Than You Think: Predictable Biases in Self-Assessment of Originality. Acta Psychologica, 203

Handelzalts, J. E., Geller, S., Sidi, Y., & Levy, S. (2020). Religion and appearance investment: the mediating role of internalisation of socio-cultural pressures, in Jewish Israeli women. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 23(1), 54-66.

Sidi, Y., Blau, I., & Eshet - Alkalai, Y. (2019). How is the ethical dissonance index affected by technology, academic dishonesty type and individual differences ?. British Journal of Educational Technology, 50(6), 3300-3314.

Geller, S., Handelzalts, J., Gelfat, R., Arbel, S., Sidi, Y., & Levy, S. (2018). Exploring body image, strength of faith, and media exposure among three denominations of Jewish women. Current Psychology, 1-11.

Yagil, Y., Geller, S., Levy, S., Sidi, Y., & Aharoni, S. (2018). Body image, quality of life and psychological distress: A comparison between kidney transplant patients and a matching healthy sample. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 23 (4), 424-433

 Sidi, Y., Ackerman, R., & Erez, A. (2018). Feeling happy and (over) confident: The role of positive affect in metacognitive processes. Cognition and Emotion, 32 (4), 876-884 

Sidi, Y., Shpigelman, M., Zalmanov, H., & Ackerman, R. (2017). Understanding metacognitive inferiority on screen by exposing cues for depth of processing. Learning and Instruction, 51, 61-73

Sidi, Y., Ophir, Y., & Ackerman, R. (2016). Generalizing screen inferiority - Does the medium, screen versus paper, Affect performance even with brief tasks? Metacognition and Learning, 11 (1), 15-33

Yagil, Y., Geller, S., Sidi, Y., Tirosh, Y., Katz, P., & Nakache, R. (2014). The implications of body-image dissatisfaction among kidney transplant recipients. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 20 (8), 955-962

 Thompson, VA, Ackerman, R., Sidi, Y., Ball, L.J., Pennycook, G., & Prowse Turner, JA (2013). The role of answer fluency and perceptual fluency in the monitoring and control of reasoning: Reply to Alter, Oppenheimer, and Epley (this issue). Cognition, 28 (2), 256-258

 Sidi, Y., Blau, I., & Eshet-Alkalai Y. (2018). Ethical dissonance: What affects digital and analog academic dishonesty of Israeli school students? In: Y. Eshet-Alkalai, I. Blau, A. Caspi, S. Etgar, N. Geri, Y. Kalman, V. Silber-Varod (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th Chais Conference for the Study of Innovation and Learning Technologies: Learning in the Technological Era , Raanana: The Open University of Israel

Research
Metacognitive monitoring and control
Metacognition in digital learning
Complex problem solving and text comprehension