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"Helping as Coping" (Sage Publications).
"Personality correlates of heroic rescue during the Holocaust" (Journal of Personality).
"Helping by siblings of children with mental retardation" (American Journal of Mental Retardation).
"Altruism in Later Life" (Sage Publications).
"Anorexia Nervosa in post-menopausal women" (Journal of Mental Health and Aging).
"Altruism and the Vietnam War veteran" (Journal of Traumatic Stress).
"Eating disorders in middle-aged women" (Journal of General Psychology).
"Violence in schools: Cross-national and cross-sectional perspectives" (Springer Publications).
"Religiousness and Psychological Distress in Jewish and Christian Older Adults" (Clinical Gerontologist).
Denmark, F., Krauss, H., Wesner, R., Midlarsky, E., & Gielen, U. (Editors) (2005). Violence in schools: Cross-national and cross-cultural perspectives. Springer Publications.
Midlarsky, E., & Kahana, E. (1994). Altruism in later life. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
SELECTED ARTICLES & CHAPTERS:
McGowan, J. C., Midlarsky, E., Morin, R. T., & Graber, L. S. (2016). Religiousness and Psychological Distress in Jewish and Christian Older Adults. Clinical Gerontologist. doi: 10.1080/07317115.2016.1187696
Morin, R. T., & Midlarsky, E. (2016). Social support, mastery, and psychological distress in Black and White older adults. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 82(2-3), 209-228.
Ferrer, E., Marks, R., Midlarsky, E., & Hutz-Midgett, A. (2015). Substance abuse and pain in a cohort of college students. Research Journal of Drug Abuse, 2(1),1.
Midlarsky, E., Kahana, E., & Belser, A. (2015). Prosocial Behavior in Late Life (pp. 415-432). In D. Schroeder & W. Graziano (Eds.), Handbook of Prosocial Behavior, New York: Oxford University Press.
Pirutinsky, S., Midlarsky, E., Kor, A., & Pelcovitz, D. (2014). The impact of religious conflict within orthodox Jewish families in Israel. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 17(7), 665-679.
Midlarsky, M. I., & Midlarsky, E. R. (2013). When the Weak Roar: Understanding Protracted Intrastate Conflict. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 19(3), 321-331.
Kahana, E., Bhatta, T., Lovegreen, L. D., Kahana, B., & Midlarsky, E. (2013). Altruism, helping, and volunteering pathways to well-being in late life.Journal of aging and health, 25(1), 159-187.
Shvil, E., Krauss, H., & Midlarsky, E. (2013). The Experienced Self and Other Scale: A technique for assaying the experience of one’s self in relation to the other. Journal of methods and measurement in the social sciences,4(2), 1-20.
Midlarsky, E. (2012). Psychotherapy utilization by Orthodox and non-Orthodox Jews. Journal for Psychotherapy and Psychological Disorders, 1 (1).
McGowan, J. C., & Midlarsky, E. (2012). Religiosity, authoritarianism, and attitudes toward psychotherapy in later life. Aging & mental health, 16(5), 659-665.
Midlarsky, E., Mullin, A. S., & Barkin, S. H. (2012). Religion, Altruism, and Prosocial Behavior: Conceptual and empirical approaches. In L.J. Miller (Ed.), Handbook of religion and spirituality. New York: Oxford University Press.
Midlarsky, E., Pirutinsky, S., & Cohen, F. (2012). Religion, ethnicity, and attitudes toward psychotherapy. Journal of religion and health, 51(2), 498-506.
Pirutinsky, S., Rosmarin, D. H., Pargament, K. I., & Midlarsky, E. (2011). Does negative religious coping accompany, precede, or follow depression among Orthodox Jews?. Journal of affective disorders, 132(3), 401-405.
Pirutinsky, S., Rosmarin, D. H., Holt, C. L., Feldman, R. H., Caplan, L. S., Midlarsky, E., & Pargament, K. I. (2011). Does social support mediate the moderating effect of intrinsic religiosity on the relationship between physical health and depressive symptoms among Jews?. Journal of behavioral medicine, 34(6), 489-496.
Nemeroff, R., Midlarsky, E., & Meyer, J. F. (2010). Relationships among social support, perceived control, and psychological distress in late life. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 71(1), 69-82.
Nitzburg, G., & Midlarsky, E. (2009). Suicide. The Encyclopedia of cross-cultural school psychology, New York: Springer.
Midlarsky, E., & Nitzburg, G. (2008). Eating disorders in middle-aged women. The Journal of general psychology, 135(4), 393-408.
Midlarsky, E., Hannah, M. E., Shvil, E., & Johnson, A. (2008). Siblings of children with mental retardation: The role of helping. International Review of Research in Mental Retardation, 35, 291-317.
Lin, P., Chang, J., Zemon, V., & Midlarsky, E. (2008). Silent illumination: a study on Chan (Zen) meditation, anxiety, and musical performance quality. Psychology of music, 36(2), 139-155.
Fagin Jones, S., & Midlarsky, E. (2007). Courageous Rescue during the Holocaust: Personal and Situational Correlates. Journal of Positive Psychology, 2(2), 136-147.
Goldfein, J. A., Walsh, B. T., & Midlarsky, E. (2000). Influence of shape and weight on self-evaluation in bulimia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 27(4), 435-445.
Hadas, A., & Midlarsky, E. (2000). Perceptions of responsibility and mental health help-seeking among psychologically distressed older adults. Journal of Clinical Geropsychology, 6(3), 175-185.
Milstein, G., Midlarsky, E., Link, B. G., Raue, P. (2000).Categorical Distinctions made by rabbis and psychologists in response to diverse presenting problems with religious content Journal of nervous and mental disease, 188(9), 608-615.