Eleanor AvinorUniversity of Haifa/ KEG Cards International (Keys to Emotional Growth) · CEO Psychotherapist Workshop Leader & Trainer
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Eleanor Avinor formerly taught in the Foreign Languages dept, University of Haifa. Eleanor does research in Neurolinguistics, Discourse Analysis and Psycholinguistics. Her current project is 'psychotherapy: Adopted daughters of single Mothers'.
Skills and Expertise
This is a collection of pictures that I drew and painted based on therapy sessions with clients (of course all identifying information has been deleted), and how other clients related to the pictures and used them to identify and work through their own particular specific problems and dilemmas. The reports and anecdotes included demonstrate how pic...
The present study examines linguistic and sociolinguistic factors in a Web-enhanced
The Circassian community in Israel, though one of the smallest in the diaspora (about 3000), is also one of the most successful in preserving its national identity and language, while at the same time integrating into Israeli life. We have recently launched a multi‐disciplinary study of this unique community in Israel, which we hope will become par...
The following paper investigates a possible link between academic difficulties and early literacy deprivation among the immigrant Ethiopian population in Israel. An analysis of five interviews with Pre‐Academic students at Haifa University suggests that a deprived literacy background can have lasting effects long after the person becomes literate a...
As a result of the recent wave of over half a million immigrants from the former Soviet Union to Israel, a unique opportunity to conduct a large‐scale study of the attitudes and achievements of immigrants studying at the tertiary level has presented itself. Our study was limited to students at Haifa University. A series of questionnaires probing th...
Abstract Abstract Abstract The present study examines linguistic and sociolinguistic factors in a Web-enhanced, advanced course of academic English reading comprehension. Language learning on the Internet involves skills different from those used in the traditional classroom. Another dimension is added when students are multilingual and have differ...