ד"ר נגה צור

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ד"ר נגה צור
טלפון פנימי: 03-6409074
משרד: עבודה סוציאלית, 251

General Information

Noga Tsur received her PhD in Social Work from Tel Aviv University in 2015. She completed postdoc positions in the STREALTH Lab at Ben Gurion University, the I-Core Research Center for Mass Trauma at Tel Aviv University, and the Langer Lab at Harvard University. She then joined the Faculty of Social Work at Tel Aviv University in 2018.

 

Dr. Tsur is interested in uncovering the ways in which individuals experience their body following trauma. She investigates posttraumatic orientation towards bodily signals, and its link with long-term health related trauma ramifications. Dr. Tsur is especially interested in acute and chronic pain, and the way it is linked with trauma, PTSD and the orientation towards subjective experience.

Fields of Research

  • Orientation to bodily signals
  • Chronic pain
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Pain personification
  • Mindfulness
  • The experience of the body in interpersonal and social contexts

Publications

 

Tsur, N., Levin Y., Stein, J. Y., Siegel, A., & Solomon, Z. (accepted). Loneliness and perceived health among ex-prisoners of war: A 24-year longitudinal study of bidirectional effects. Social Science & Medicine. 
 

 

Ein-Dor, T., Hirschberger, G., Tsur, N., Mikulincer, M., Buchris Bazak, S. & Solomon, Z (2019). The link between attachment orientations and cellular aging among former prisoners of war. Attachment & Human Development. 
 

 

Tsur, N. & Haller, C. S. (2019). Physical and mental health and functioning among traumatic brain injury close relatives: The role of posttraumatic stress symptoms. Family Process. 
 

 

Tsur, N., Levin, Y., Itzhaky, L. Defrin, R. & Solomon, Z. (2019). Pain perception and modulation in ex-POWs who underwent torture: The role of subjective and objective suffering. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. 
 

 

Tsur, N., Levin, Y., Abumock, H. & Solomon, Z. (2018). One “knows”: Self rated health and telomere length among ex-prisoners of war. Psychology & Health
 

 

Tsur, N., Defrin, R., Lahav, Y. & Solomon, Z. (2018). The traumatized body: Long-term PTSD and its implications for the orientation towards bodily signals. Psychiatry Research. 
 

 

Tsur, N., Shahar, G., Defrin, R., Lahav, Y. & Ginzburg, K. (2017). Torturing personification of chronic pain among torture survivors. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 99, 155-161. 
 

 

Tsur, N., Defrin, R., & Ginzburg, K. (2017). PTSD, orientation to pain, and pain perception in ex-prisoners of war who underwent torture. Psychosomatic Medicine, 79, 655-663. 
 

 

Solomon, Z., Tsur, N., Levin, Y., Ohry, A., Lahav, M. (2017). The implications of war captivity and long term psychopathology trajectories for telomere length. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 81, 122-128. 
 

 

Ginzburg, K., Biran, I., Goor Arieh, I., Tsur, N. & Defrin, R. (2017). Pain perception and body awareness in borderline personality disorder. Journal of Personality Disorders
 

 

Tsur, N., Berkovitz, N., & Ginzburg, K. (2016). Body awareness, emotional clarity, and authentic behavior: The moderating role of mindfulness. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17, 1451–1472. 
 

 

Ginzburg, K., Tsur, N., Karmin, C., Speizman, T., Tourgeman, R., & Defrin, R. (2015). Body awareness and pain habituation: The role of orientation towards somatic signals. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 38, 876-885. 
 

Ginzburg, K., Tsur, N., Barak-Nahum, A. & Defrin, R. (2014). Body awareness: Differentiating between sensitivity to and monitoring of bodily signals. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 37, 564-575.
 

International MA Courses

An integrative scope of the mind-body: Implications for stress, health & well being

 

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