Refereed articles in scientific journals


Yeshua-Katz, D., & Zilberstein, T. (2021). Facebook Use and Well-Being Among Army Veterans With PTSD. International Journal of Communication, 15, 22.


Pelled, A., Zilberstein, T., Tsirulnikov, A., Pick, E., Patkin, Y., & Tal-Or, N. (2017). Textual Primacy Online: Impression Formation Based on Textual and Visual Cues in Facebook Profiles. American Behavioral Scientist, 61(7), 672-687.


Lewis, N., Martinez, LS, Agbarya, A., & *Piatok-Vaisman, T. (2016). Examining patterns and motivations for drug-related information seeking and scanning behavior: A cross-national comparison of American and Israeli college students. Communication Quarterly, 64(2), 145-172.
*Surname change to Zilberstein following marriage





Pelled, A., Zilberstein, T ., Pick, E., Patkin, Y., Tsironlikov, A., & Tal-Or, N. (2016, July). Which Post Will Impress the Most?: Impression Formation Based on Visual and Textual Cues in Facebook Profiles. Proceedings of the 7th 2016 International Conference on Social Media & Society (p. 25). ACM.



Book reviews


Zilberstein, T. (accepted). "Media and psychoanalysis: A critical introduction By Jacob Johanssen and Steffen Krüger".


Zilberstein, T. (2021). Coping with illness digitally. By Stephen A. Rains Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2020. 240 pp. Hardcover US $35.00, ISBN 9780262038287. British Journal of