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Lipschitz-Elhawi R. & Itzhaky, H. (2005). Social support, mastery, self-esteem and individual adjustment among at-risk youth, Child and Youth Care Forum, 34(5), 329-346.
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Lipschitz-Elhawi, R. (2009). Ways to enhance feeling of hope among social workers treating adolescents in residential treatment centers, British Journal of Social Work,39(3), 450-456.
Lipschitz-Elhawi, R., Itzhaky, H. & Hefetz, M. (2008) The contribution of background variables, internal and external resources to life satisfaction among adolescents in residential treatment centers. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth,25(3), 271-288.
Lipschitz-Elhawi, R. & Itzhaky, H. The Contribution of Internal and External Resources to Emotional Adjustment: A Comparison of At-Risk and Normative Adolescents. The Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 25(5), 385-396.
Lipschitz-Elhawi, R. & Yedidya, T. (2011). Using Human Figure Drawings as a Tool for Examining Self-Perception and Emotional Attitudes among Jewish and Arab Children in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35(5),567-579.
Valevski, R., Zalsman, G., Tzafrir, S., Lipschitz-Elhawi, R., Ziona Haklai, Z., Abraham Weizman, A. & Shohat, T. (In press). Rate of Readmission and Mortality Risks of Schizophrenia Patients Who Were Discharged Against Medical Advice. European Psychiatry.
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