Professor Leonard Weller

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Professor Leonard Weller
Professor Leonard Weller
Bar-Ilan University
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
52900 Ramat-Gan, Israel
E-mail:
[email protected]
Office Tel. +972-3-5318964
Office Fax: +972-3-7384037
Profession: Sociologist, Social Psychologist
Educational Background
1956-1960 Ph.D., Department of Sociology, University of Minnesota
1955-1956 Graduate Studies, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University
1952-1955 B.A., City College of New York
Teaching, Research and Administrative Experience
1989-1993 Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Bar-Ilan University
1966-To Date Professor, Department of Sociology, Bar-Ilan University
1968-1972 Chairman, Department of Sociology, Bar-Ilan University
1973-1974 Visiting Professor, California State University, Los Angeles
1982-1983 Visiting Professor, University of Utah
1988-1989 Visiting Professor, City College, City University of New York
1963-1966 Associate Director of Research, Community Progress, Inc.
1964-1966 Research Staff, Department of Sociology, Yale University
1961-1962 NIMH Grant to conduct studies on the relationship of anxiety
to cohesiveness and affiliation
1960-1963 Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn.
1956-1960 Ford Foundation Fellowship in the Behavioral Sciences
The fellowship was designed to provide special training in research methods and to
give a wide background in the social sciences, in addition to the standard
requirements in one's own discipline. The four years were divided into thirty months
of non-service fellowship and eighteen months of assistantship
1955-1956 Fellow, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, City College of
New York
Publications
Articles and Presented Papers
L. Weller, “The Relationship of Birth Order to Anxiety: A Replication of the Schachter
Findings,” Sociometry, 25, No. 4, December 1962, pp. 415-418.
L. Weller, “Towards a Sociological Approach to Prejudice,” Proceedings of the
Minnesota Academy of Science, 30, 1963, pp. 165-169.
L. Weller, “The Effects of Anxiety on Cohesiveness and Rejection,” Human Relations,
16, 1963, pp. 189-197.
L. Weller, “The Relationship of Personality and Non-Personality Factors to
Prejudice,” Journal of Social Psychology, 63, 1963, pp. 129-137.
L. Weller, “The Relationship of Birth Order to Cohesiveness,” Journal of Social
Psychology, 63, 1964, pp. 249-254.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Race Relations and the Research Interview,” paper
read at the meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, April 1964.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “`Problem’ and `Promising’ Youth in a Middle-Size
New England City,” paper read at the meetings of the Society for the Study of Social
Problems, Montreal, August 1964.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Social Class and the Desegregation Movement: A
Study of Parents' Decisions in a Negro Ghetto,” paper read at the meetings of the
Eastern Sociological Society, New York, April 1965.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Action and Research and the Dilemmas of the
Liberal Administration,” paper read at the meetings of the Society for the Study of
Social Problems, Chicago, August 1965.
L. Weller, “Social Class and the Desegregation Movement: A Study of Parents'
Decisions in a Negro Ghetto,” Social Problems, 13, 1965, pp. 83-88.
L. Weller, “Poor Prognosis in the Utilization of Sociological Theory in the War against
Poverty,” paper read at the meetings of the Society for the Study of Social Problems,
Chicago, August 1965.
L. Weller, “A Social-Historical Analysis of the American Jewish Community,”
International Review of Community Development, 13-14, 1965, pp. 133-144.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Comparing Interviews and Observations on Family
Functioning,” paper read at the meetings of the American Sociological Society,
Miami, August 1966.
L. Weller, “German Anti-Semitism in the Light of Theories of Prejudice,” Indian
Journal of Sociology, 7, 1966, pp. 110-119.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Delinquency Theory and the Middle-Sized City: A
Study of `Problem' and `Promising’ Youth,” Sociological Quarterly, 7, 1966, pp. 413422.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Interviewer-Respondent Interaction in Studying
Negro and White Family Life,” Human Organization, 27, 1968, pp. 50-55.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Comparing Interview and Observations on Family
Functioning,” Journal of Marriage and Family, February 1968, pp. 115-122.
L. Weller, and S. Sharan, “Articulation of the Body Concept Among First Grade Israeli
Children,” Child Development, 42, 1971, pp. 1553-1559.
L. Weller, and S. Sharan, “Classification Patterns of Underprivileged Children in
Israel,” Child Development, 42, 1971, pp. 581-594.
L. Weller, and S. Sharan, “Classification Patterns of Underprivileged Children in First
Grade,” Megamot, 18, 1971, pp. 207-217. This is a Hebrew translation of an article
which appeared in Child Development (listed above).
H. Costeff, B. E. Cohen, and L. Weller, “Mental Retardation in Israel: Diagnosis
Severity and Parental Consanguinity,” Acta Paediat. Scand. 61, 1972, pp. 452-458.
H. Costeff, B.E. Cohen, and L. Weller, “Parental Consanguinity among Israeli Mental
Retardates,” Acta Paediat. Scand. 61, 1972, pp. 452-458.
L. Weller, and E. Tabory, “Religiosity of Nurses and their Orientation to Patients,”
Chapter in M.Z. Hirschberg, Y. Don and L. Weller (eds.), Memorial to M.M. Shapiro,
Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, 1972, pp. 97-111.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Effects of Improved Housing on the Family
Functioning of Large, Low-Income Black Families,” Social Problems, 20, 1973, pp.
332-339.
L. Weller, I. Glanz, and I. Klein, “Personality Characteristics of First-Time Offenders
and Recidivists and of Property and Violent Offenders,” Chapter in S. Shoham (ed.),
Israel Studies in Criminology, Vol. II, 1973, Jerusalem Academic Press, Jerusalem,
pp. 113-125.
L. Weller, and E. Luchterhand, “Adolescents' Perceptions of their Parents by Social
Class, Race and Parental Presence,” International Journal of Sociology of the
Family, 4, 1974, pp. 215-221.
L. Weller, O. Hazi and O. Natan, “Birth Order and Marital Bliss in Israel,” Journal of
Marriage and the Family, 1974, pp. 794-798.
L. Weller, C. Costeff, B. Cohen and D. Rahman, “Social Variables in the Perception
and Acceptance of Mental Retardation,” American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 79,
1974, pp. 274-278.
L. Weller, “A Research Note on Delayed Gratification and Ethnicity and Social Class
in Israel,” Jewish Journal of Sociology, 13, June 1975, pp. 29-35.
L. Weller, and A. Nadler, “Authoritarianism and Job Preference,” Journal of
Vocational Behavior, 6, 1975, pp. 9-14.
L. Weller, O. Hazi and O. Natan, “Birth Order and the Feminine Sex Role of Married
Women,” Journal of Individual Psychology, 31, 1975, pp. 65-70.
L. Weller, “Birth Order, Sex and Occupational Interest,” Journal of Vocational
Behavior, 8, 1975, pp. 45-50.
L. Weller, “Affiliative Needs of First Born Married Women,” International Journal of
Sociology of the Family, 5, 1975, pp. 249-252.
L. Weller, and E. Berkowitz, “Parental Discipline and Delayed Gratification,” Social
Behavior and Personality, 3, 1975, pp. 229-232.
L. Weller, S. Levinbok, R. Maimon, and A. Shaham, “Religiosity and
Authoritarianism,” Journal of Social Psychology, 95, 1975, 11-18.
L. Weller, and A. Tiel, “Self-Concept and Perception of Parents, Teachers and
Friends of First-Time and Recidivist Delinquents,” in S. Shoham (ed.), Israel Studies
in Criminology, Vol. III, 1975, pp. 86-96.
L. Weller, R. Eytan and M. Sollel, “Birth Order and Risk Taking Among Kibbutz and
City Youth,” British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 15, 1976, pp. 103-104.
L. Weller, A. Pazi and N. Rineski, “Reactions to Absurd Humor by Jews of Eastern
and Western Descent,” Journal of Social Psychology, 98, 1976, pp. 159-163.
L. Weller, Y. Don and H. Hovav, “Impact of Education on Family Change,” Israel
Annals of Psychiatry and Related Disciplines, 14, 1976, pp. 266-274.
E. Luchterhand and L. Weller, “Effects of Class, Race, Sex and Educational Status
oPatterns of Aggression of Lower Class Youth," Journal of Youth and Adolescence,
5, 1976, pp. 59-71.
D. Magan, L. Weller and G. Klahr, “Yemenite and Ashkenazi (European) Youths'
Perceptions of Their Parents,” Adolescence, 11, 1976, pp. 593-608.
L. Weller and E. Luchterhand, “Adolescents' Perceptions of Their Parents,”
Adolescence, 12, 1977, pp. 367-372.
H. Costaff, B. Cohen and L. Weller, D. Rahman, “Consanguinity Analysis in Israeli
Mental Retardates,” American Journal of Human Genetics, 1977, 19, pp. 339-349.
L. Weller, “Delayed Gratification, Motoric Ability and School Success in the Early
Grades,” Perceptual and Motor Skills, 45, 1977, pp. 155-160.
L. Weller, T. Arad and R. Levit, “Self-Concept, Delayed Gratification and Field
Dependency of Successful Dieters,” Israeli Annals of Psychiatry and Related
Disciplines, 15, 1977, pp. 41-46.
L. Weller and S. Miller, “Birth Order, Country of Origin and Schizophrenia,”
International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 24, 1978, pp. 195-199.
L. Weller, “Authoritarian Personalities in the Natural and Social Sciences,” Journal of
Vocational Behavior, 15, 1979, pp. 259-264.
L. Weller and E. Luchterhand, “On Reaching Out-of-School, Hard-to-Reach Youth:
Notes on Data Gathering,” Adolescence, 56, 1979, pp. 747-755.
L. Weller and O. Jaffe, “Social Class and Personality Factors: Acculturation of Young
Samaritan Men.” In R.P. Mohan and A. Wilke (eds.), Critical Realism and
Sociological Theory. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 1980, pp. 281-301.
L. Weller and Y. Rofe, “Attitudes towards the Enemy as a Function of Level of
Threat,” British Journal of Social Psychology, 20, 1981, pp. 217-218.
L. Weller, “Ethnic Group Prejudice and Class in Israel,” The Jewish Journal of
Sociology, 23, 1981, pp. 101-113.
H. Costeff, B. Cohen, L. Weller and H. Kleckner, “Pathogenic Factors in Idiopathic
Mental Retardation,” Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 25, 1981, pp.
580-587.
L. Weller and S. Levi, “Social Class, I.Q., and Self-Concept,” Adolescence, 16, 1981,
pp. 569-576.
J. Goldberg, L. Weller and M. Bittner, “Cognitive Self-Control in Emg Biofeedback,”
Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 7, 1982, pp. 545-551.
L. Weller and E. Tabory, “A Research Note on Social Mobility: Attitudes toward New
Immigrants among Israeli Soldiers,” Plural Societies, 14, 1983, pp. 89-94.
H. Costeff, B. Cohen and L. Weller, “Biological Factors in Mental Retardation,”
Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 25, 1983, pp. 580-587.
L. Weller, “Perception of Retardation and Parental Guilt Feelings.” In S. Giora
Shoham (ed.), The Many Faces of Crime and Deviance, Tel Aviv: Ramot Publishing
Press, 1983, pp. 255-263.
H. Costeff, B. Cohen and L. Weller, “Relative Importance of Genetic and Nongenetic
Etiologies in Idiopathic Mental Retardation: Estimates Based on Analysis of Medical
Histories,” American Human Genetics, 47, 1983.
L. Weller and S.T. Weller, “A Comparative survey of the Assistance and Benefits
given by the Defense Ministry and National Social Security to Orphans, Bereaved
Parents and the Injured.” In E. Lahav (ed.), Thirty-Five Years of Rehabilitation. Israel:
Ministry of Defense, 1984, pp. 9-15.
L. Weller, “Residential Propinquity and Mate Selection in an Israeli Town,”
International Journal of Marriage and the Family, 16, 1986, pp. 217-224.
D. Zuriel and L. Weller, “Social and Psychological Determinants of Breast-Feeding
and Bottle-Feeding Mothers,” Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 7, 1986, 85-100.
L. Weller and M. Benozio, “Homosexuals' and Lesbians' Philosophies of Human
Nature,” Social Behavior and Personality, 15, 1987, pp. 221-224.
L. Weller, “Philosophies of Human Nature and Perception of Physical Attractiveness,”
Social Behavior and Personality, 15, 1987, pp. 101-104.
L. Weller and E. Tabory, “The Impact of Cultural Context on the Mental Health of
Concentration Camp Survivors,” Journal of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 2,
1987, pp. 299-305.
C. Costeff and L. Weller, “The Risk of Having a Second Retarded Child,” American
Journal of Medical Genetics, 1987, 27, pp. 753-766.
L. Weller, M. Harrison and Z. Katz, “Changing in the Self and Professional Images of
Student Nurses,” Journal of Advanced Nursing, 13, 1988, pp. 179-184.
L. Weller and Y. Rofe, “Marital Happiness among Mixed and Homogeneous
Marriages in Israel,” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 50, 1988, pp. 245-254.
L. Weller and S. Grunes, “Does Contact with the Mentally Ill Reduce Prejudice?”
British Journal of Medical Psychology, 61, 1988, pp. 277-284.
L. Weller and Randy Livingstone, “Effect of Color of Questionnaire on Emotional
Responses,” Journal of General Psychology, 115, 1988, pp. 440-443.
L. Weller, “Attitudes towards Mild and Severe Mental Retardation,” British Journal of
Medical Psychology, 67, 1989, pp. 273-250.
L. Weller, “A Comparison of the Adjustment of Adopted Kibbutz and City Children,”
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 20, 1989, pp. 365-369.
L. Weller and S. Weller “Mixed Marriages of Another Sort: Religious - Non Religious
Couples.” In C. Liebman (ed.), Religious and Secular: Conflict and Accommodation
between Jews in Israel. Jerusalem: Keter, 1989, pp. 173-192 (English and Hebrew
editions).
L. Weller, “Effects of Religiosity on Attitudes and Behavior.” In Z. Sobel and B. BeitHallahmi (eds.), Tradition, Innovation and Conflict: Judaism in Contemporary Israel.
New York: State University of New York Press, 1991, pp. 227-251.
L. Weller and C. Aminidav, “Measuring Semi-Projectively Emotional Attitudes toward
Mild and Severe Mental Retardation,” British Journal of Mental Subnormality, 381,
1992, pp. 39-49.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “Menstrual Synchrony in Female Couples,”
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 17, 1992, pp. 171-177.
L. Weller and A. Weller, “Multiple Influences of Menstrual Synchrony: Kibbutz
Roommates, Their Best Friends, and Their Mothers,” American Journal of Human
Biology, 5, 1993, pp. 173-179.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “Menstrual Synchrony Between Mothers and Daughters, and
Between Roommates,” Physiology and Behavior, 53, 1993, pp. 943-949.
L. Weller and O. Avinir, “Hassles and Uplifts and Quality of Sleep,” Perceptual and
Motor Skills, 76, 1993, pp. 571-576.
L. Weller and A. Weller, “Human Menstrual Synchrony: A Critical Assessment,”
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Sciences, 17, 1993, pp. 427-439.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “The Impact of Social Interaction Factors on Menstrual
Synchrony in the Workplace,” Psychoneuroendocrinology, 20, 1995, pp. 21-31.
C. Aminidav and L. Weller, “Effects of Country of Origin, Social Class and Sex on
Complexity of Knowledge of Mental Retardation,” British Journal of Mental
Disabilities, 41, 1995, pp. 48-56.
L. Weller and A. Weller, “Menstrual Synchrony: Agenda for Future Research,”
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 20, 1995, pp. 377-383.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “Examination of Menstrual Synchrony among Women
Basketball Players,” Psychoneuroendocrinology, 20, 1995, pp. 613-622.
L. Weller, A. Weller and O. Avinir, “Menstrual Synchrony: Only in Roommates who
are Close Friends?” Physiology and Behavior, 58, 1995, pp. 883-889.
S. Ben-David and L. Weller, “Religiosity, Criminality and Types of Offenses of Jewish
Prisoners,” Journal of Medicine and Law.
L. Weller and A. Weller, “Menstrual Variability and the Measurement of Menstrual
Synchrony,” Psychoneuroendocrinology, 22, 1997, pp. 115-128.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “Menstrual Synchrony under Optimal Conditions: Bedouin
Families,” Journal of Comparative Psychology, 111, 1997, pp. 143-151.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “Assessment of the State of Menstrual Synchrony: Reply to
Comment by Arden and Dye (1998),” Journal of Comparative Psychology, 112,
1998a, pp. 325-326.
A. Weller and L. Weller, “Prolonged and Very Intensive Contact may not be
Conducive to Menstrual Synchrony,” Psychoneuroendocrinology, 23, 1998b, pp. 1932.
L. Weller, A. Weller, H. Koresh-Kamin and R. Ben-Shoshan “Menstrual Synchrony
among Working Women,” Psychoneuroendocrinology, 24, 1999, pp. 449-459.
L. Weller, A. Weller and S. Roizman, “Human Menstrual Synchrony in Families and
Among Close Friends; Examining the Importance of Mutual Exposure,” Journal of
Comparative Psychology, 113 (3), 1999,pp. 261-268.
Books
Sociology in Israel. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1974.
Memorial to M.M. Shapiro,.Vol. II. Y. Don, L. Weller (eds.). Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan
University, 1975.

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