Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan and Cas Mudde (2020). The Israeli Settler Movement: Assessing and Explaining Social Movement Success, Cambridge University Press. View
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan and Lihi Ben-Shitrit (2020).So, how many settlements are there? Counting, tracking, and normalizing Jewish settlements in the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) Yearbook, 1967 to the present. Israel/Palestine: Exploring A One State Reality, 43. View.
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Vashdi Dana, Lowe Robert, Muldoon Orla, Hobfoll Steven and Canetti Daphna (2019).Status symmetry effect: The association of exposure and PTS in Israel-Palestine and Northern Ireland. Terrorism and Political Violence, 1-18. View
Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan, Dennis T. Kahn, and Gilad Hirschberger (2019). Reactions to imposed political change: A prospective experimental investigation of Jewish settlers’ resistance to state contraction. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 25(1), 13. View.
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Saguy Tamar and Gilad Hirschberger (2018). The psychological Effects of evacuation: The case of Jewish settlers in the West Bank. In Golan, G., and Sher, G. (Eds.), Spoiling and coping with spoilers. Indiana University Press. View
Canetti Daphna, Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Carmit Rapaport, Lowe Robert and Muldoon Orla. (2018). Psychological barriers to a peaceful resolution: Longitudinal evidence from the Middle East and Northern Ireland. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 41(8), 660-676. View.
Anderson, Christopher J., Anna Getmansky, and Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan (2018). Burden sharing: income, inequality and willingness to fight. British Journal of Political Science, 1-17. View.
Lihi Ben-Shitrit, Elad-Strenger Julia and Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan (2017). Gender Differences in Support for Direct and Indirect Political Aggression in the Context of Protracted Conflict. Journal of Peace Research, 54(6), 733-747. View.
Shuman, Eric, Cohen-Chen, Smadar, Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan and Halperin, Eran. (2016). Explaining normative versus non-normative action: The role of implicit theories. Political Psychology, 27 (6), 835-852. View
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Canetti Daphna, Rapaport Carmit and Hobfoll Steven (2016). Conflict will Harden your Heart: Exposure to Violence, Psychological Distress, and Peace Barriers in Israel and Palestine, British Journal of Political Science, 46(4), 845-859. View
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Canetti Daphna and Eiran Ehud. (2016). Radicalizing Religion? Religious Identity and Settlers Behavior. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 39(6), 500-518. View
Canetti Daphna., Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, and Hobfoll Steven (2015). Individuals exposed to political violence are less likely to support compromises in peace talks. Democratic Audit Blog. View
Canetti Daphna, Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan and Eiran Ehud (2014). Suffer the Children: The Psychology of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Foreign Affairs, October 8, 2014. View
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan and Mudde Cas (2014). ECOTERRORISM: TERRORIST THREAT OR POLITICAL PLOY? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 37 (7), 586-603.View; http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2014/12/19/ecoterrorism-threat-or-political-ploy/
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan and Mudde, Cas (2013). Right-Wing Movements. In Snow, Della Porta, Klandermans, and McAdam (Eds.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements (pp. 1116-1124). View
Alimi Eitan and Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan (2012). Structural Victimization and Favoritism: Structure of Political Opportunities and Threats and Movement/Countermovement Interaction in Segmented Composite Regimes. Comparative Politics, 44 (3), 331-349. View
Canetti Daphna, Muldoon Orla.,Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Rapaport Carmit and Lowe Robert (2011). The politics of threat in Israel-Palestine and in Northern Ireland: How exposure to political conflict poisons compromise for peace. In annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey.
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan, Canetti-Nisim Daphna and Pedahzur Ami (2010). Two of a Kind: Voting Motivations for Populist Radical Right and Religious Fundamentalist Parties, Electoral Studies, Volume 29 (4), 678-690. View
Anderson Christopher J., and Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan (2010). Unequal sacrifice: Income inequality and willingness to fight wars. In APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper. View
Canetti-Nisim, Daphna, Halperin Eran, Hobfol Stevan E, Shapira Oren and Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan (2009). Authoritarianism, Perceived Threat and Exclusionism on the Eve of the Disengagement: Evidence from Gaza. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33, 463-474. View
Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan. Halperin Eran and Canetti-Nisim Daphna (2008). The Disengagement as an 'Anti-Democratic Process' – True Belief in Democratic Values or Public Relations in the Service of the Opposition?In Lebel, U. (Ed.).The Disengagement.View
Halperin Eran, Canetti-Nisim Daphna and Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan (2009). Emotional antecedents of political intolerance: The central role of group-based hatred. Political Psychology, 30, 93-123. View
Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan. (2008). Settle for Nothing: The Action Strategies of the Israeli Settlement Movement UA, Faculteit Politieke en Sociale Wetenschappen.
Halperin Eran. Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan and Canetti-Nisim, Daphna (2006). The Xenophobic Demon is no longer in the Bottle: On the Role of Psychological and Socio-economic variables in crystallization of Xenophobic Attitudes towards Foreign laborers, Social Issues 1, 89-127. (Hebrew).
Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan and Halperin, Eran (2005). Through the Squalls of Hate: Arab-Phobic Attitudes among Extreme Right and Moderate Right in Israel. Palestinian Israeli Journal, 12, 53-61.View
Ben-Dor Gabriel. Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan. Halperin, Eran, and Canetti-Nisim, Daphna (2005). The Social Aspect of National Security: The Impact of Terror on Israeli Society. Defence Journal
Weinberg Leonard. Pedahzur Ami and Hirsch-Hoefler Sivan (2004). The Challenges of Conceptualizing Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence, Spring Vol 16 (4), 777-94. View
Pedahzur Ami. Hirsch Sivan and Canetti-Nisim, Daphna (2004). Whose Victory? An Empirical Analysis of the Popular Votes for the Right-Wing Camp in the 2003 Elections. Israel Affairs 10 (4), 20-35. View