Slone, M. (2000). Responses to media coverage of terrorism. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 44(4), 508-522.
Slone, M., Kaminer, D. & Durrheim, K. (2000). The contribution of political life events to psychological distress among South African adolescents. Political Psychology, 21(3), 465-487.
Lobel, T.E., Slone, M. Ashuach, Y., & Revach, I. (2001). Division of household labor and social judgments: The influence of gender and education. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 63, 829-839.
Slone, M. (2003). The Nazareth riots: Arab and Jewish Israeli adolescents pay a different psychological price for participation. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 47(6), 817-836.
Slone, M. & Shoshani, A. (2006). Evaluation of preparatory measures for coping with anxiety raised by media coverage of terrorism. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53(4), 535-542.
Slone, M., Shoshani, A., & Baumgarten – Katz, I. (2008). Exposure to political violence and coping with anxiety raised by media coverage of terrorism. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 21(3), 243 -261.
Slone, M. & Shoshani, A. (2008). The drama of media coverage of terrorism: Emotional and attitudinal impact on the audience. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 31(7), 627-640.
Heine, C. & Slone, M. (2008). The impact of mild central auditory processing disorder on school performance during adolescence. Journal of School Health, 78(7), 405-407.
Slone, M. & Shechner, T. (2009). Psychiatric consequences for Israeli adolescents of protracted political violence: 1998 – 2004. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50(3), 280-289.
Slone, M., Shoshani, A., & Paltieli, T. (2009). Psychological consequences of forced evacuation on children: risk and protective factors. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 22(4), 340-343.
Lavi, I. & Slone M. (2011). Resilience and political violence: Moderating effects in a cross-cultural study of moderating effects among Jewish and Arab. Youth and Society,
43(3), 845 - 872.
Slone, M. & Shechner, T. (2011). Adolescents exposed to 7 years of political violence: Differential relations between exposure and its impact for Jewish and Arab Israeli youth. Child Indicators Research, 4(3), 529-545.
Wolmer, L., Hamiel, D., Barchas, J. D., Slone, M., & Laor, N. (2011)). Teacher-delivered resilience-focused intervention in schools with traumatized children following the Second Lebanon War. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 24(3), 309 – 316.
Meir, Y., Slone, M., & Lavi, I. (2012). Children of illegal migrant workers: Life circumstances and mental health. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 1546 – 1552.
Shoshani, A. & Slone, M. (2013). Middle school transition from the strengths perspective: Young adolescents' character strengths, subjective well-being, and school adjustment. Journal of Happiness Studies, 14(4), 1163-1181.
Slone, M., Meir, Y., & Tarrasch, R. (2013). Individual differences in referral for help for severe emotional difficulties in adolescence. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(1), 1854-1861.
Slone, M., Shoshani, A., & Lobel, T. (2013). Helping Youth Immediately after War Exposure: A Quasi-Randomized Controlled Trial of a School-Based Intervention Program. Journal of Primary Prevention, 34(5), 293-307.
Slone, M. & Roziner, I. (2013). Does self-complexity moderate political violence among adolescents? Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 26(6), 659-673.
Slone, M. & Shoshani, A. (2014). Psychiatric Effects of Protracted Conflict and Political Life Events a
Wolmer, L., Hamiel, D., Versano, T., Slone, M., & Margalit, N. Laor, N. (2015). Preschool Israeli children exposed to rocket attacks: Assessment, risk and resilience. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 28, 441-447.
Slone, M. & *Mayer, Y. (2015) Gender differences in mental health consequences of exposure to political violence among Israeli adolescents. Children & Youth Services Review, 58, 170-178.
Shoshani, A. & Slone, M. (2016). The resilience function of character strengths in the face of war and protracted conflict. Frontiers in Psychology. http:// dx.doi.org/
Slone, M. & Mann, S. (2016). Effects of war, terrorism and armed conflict on young children: A systematic review. Child Psychiatry & Human Developmen,47(6), 950-965.
Slone, M., Shur, L., & Gilady, A. (2016). Youth exposed to terrorism: The moderating role of ideology. Current Psychiatry Reports, 18(5), 1-8.
Shoshani, A. & Slone, M. (2016). Through the looking glass: The role of ethnicity and affiliation in responses to terrorism images in the media. Frontiers in Psychology, (7). Article 1911.
Slone, M., Lavi, I., Ozer, E, & Pollack, A. (2017). The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Meta-analysis of exposure and outcome variables for children of the region. Children & Youth Services Review, (74), 50-61.