Josselson, R., Lieblich, A., Sharabany, R., & Wiseman, H. (1997). Conversation as Method: Analyzing the Relational World of People who Were Raised Communally. California: Sage Publications, Inc., 168 pp. (Authors in alphabetical order).
Wiseman, H., & Barber, J. P. (2008). Echoes of the Trauma: Relationship Themes and Emotions in Children of Holocaust Survivors. New York: Cambridge University Press, 304 pp.
Papers and chapters in Books:
Eshkol, E., Lieblich, A., Bar-Yosef, R., & Wiseman, H. (1987). Some correlates of adjustment of Israeli women soldiers to their military roles. Israeli Social Sciences Research, 5, 17-28.
Wiseman, H., & Rice, L.N. (1989). Sequential analyses of therapist-client interaction during change events: A task focused approach. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57, 281-286.
Shefler, G., Wiseman, H., Caneti, L., & Ronen, Y. (1990). Application of the events paradigm in a study of the change process in time-limited psychotherapy. Sichot: Israel Journal of Psychotherapy, 4(3), 183-192. (Hebrew).
Blatt, S., Wiseman, H., Price-Gibson, E., & Gatt, C. (1991). Object representations and change in clinical functioning. Psychotherapy, 28(2), 273-283.
Wiseman, H., & Lieblich, A. (1992). Individuation in a collective community. Adolescent Psychiatry, 18, 156-179.
Omer, H., Kadman, A., Wiseman, H., & Dar, R. (1992). Therapeutic impact in smoking cessation: Accounting for the differential effectiveness of treatments. Psychotherapy, 29(4), 653-660.
Wiseman, H., Shefler, G., Caneti, L., & Ronen Y. (1993). A systematic comparison of two cases in Mann's time-limited psychotherapy: An events approach. Psychotherapy Research, 3(4), 227-244.
Sharabany, R., & Wiseman, H. (1993). Close relationships in adolescence: The case of the kibbutz. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 22(6), 671-695.
Wiseman, H., Guttfreund, D.G., & Lurie, I. (1995). Gender differences in loneliness and depression of university students seeking counseling. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 23(2), 231-243.
Wiseman, H. (1995). The quest for connectedness: Loneliness as process in the narratives of lonely university students. The Narrative Study of Lives, 3, 116-152.
Wiseman, H., Shefler, G., & Dar-Yam, I. (1996). The international study of the development of psychotherapists: Findings from Israel. Dialogue (Sichot): Israel Journal of Psychotherapy, 11(1), 27-35. (Hebrew).
Wiseman, H. (1997). Developments in the training of school counselors in humanistic counseling: From Rogers to the Nineties. Journal of the Educational Counselors Association in Israel (Hayeootz Hachinuchi), 6, 209-223 (Hebrew).
Wiseman, H. (1997). Far away from home: The loneliness experience of overseas students. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 16 (3), 277-298.
Wiseman, H. (1997). Interpersonal relatedness and self-definition in the experience of loneliness during the transition to university. Personal Relationships, 4, 285-299.
Mayseless, O., Wiseman, H., & Hai, I. (1998). Adolescents’ relationships with father, mother, and same-gender friend. Journal of Adolescent Research, 13 (1), 101-123.
Wiseman, H. (1998). Training counselors in the process-experiential approach. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 26(1), 105-118.
Orlinsky, D., Ambuhl, H., Boterman, JF., Buchheim, P. Cierpka, M., Davis, J., Davis, M. Dazord, A. Gerin, P. Joo, E., MeyerbBerg, J., Northcut, T., Parks, Ronnestad, H., Schevo, E.B., Schroder, T., Shefler, G., Stuart, S., Vasco, A. Willutzki, U., & Wiseman, H. (1999). Development of Psychotherapists: Concepts, questions, and methods of a collaborative
international study. Psychotherapy Research, 9 (2), 127-153. [from 2nd author in alphabetical order].
Nevo, O., & Wiseman, H. (1999). Incorporating principles of short term therapy into career counseling: A working model. Man and Work: Journal in Labor Studies, 9, 29-54. (Hebrew).
Wiseman, H., Harmati, E., & Shalev, R. (1999). Short-term counseling with children and adolescents in schools. Issues in Education (Eyooneem B'chinooch), 4(1), 59-85. (Hebrew).
Shefler, G., Canetti, L., & Wiseman, H. (2001). Psychometric properties of Goal-Attainment Scaling in the assessment of Mann’s time-limited psychotherapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(7), 971-979.
Wiseman, H., & Shefler, G. (2001). Experienced psychoanalytically oriented therapists’ narrative accounts of their personal therapy: Impacts on professional and personal development. Psychotherapy, 38(2), 129-141.
Wiseman, H., Barber, J.P., Raz, A., Yam, I., Foltz, C., & Livne-Snir, S. (2002). Parental Communication of Holocaust Experiences and Interpersonal Patterns in Offspring of Holocaust Survivors. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 26(4), 371-381.
Nevo, O., & Wiseman, H. (2002). Incorporating short-term dynamic psychotherapy principles into career counseling: A theoretical and practical approach. Journal of Career Development, 28(4), 227-245.
Raz, A., Wiseman, H., & Barber, J.P. (2002). The CCRT as a tool for understanding core relationship themes among second generation Holocaust survivors: Two case studies. Dialogue (Sichot): Israel Journal of Psychotherapy, 16(3), 257-267 (Hebrew).
Wiseman, H., & Egozi, S. (2002). Personal psychotherapy among school counselors. Journal of the Israel Association of Educational Counselors (Hayeootz Hachinuchi), 11, 198-217. (Hebrew).
Hadar, D., Wiseman, H., & Zeidner, M. (2004). Is it right to write? Expressive writing effects in the context of terror attacks in Israel. Journal of the Israel Association of Educational Counselors (Hayeootz Hachinuchi), 13, 36-62. (Hebrew).
Bachar O., & Wiseman, H. (2005). Interpersonal patterns and reader response to "Simple Story" by S"Y Agnon: 'to sink or to float' in a reader's the dialogue with Bluma and Hirshel. Nefesh: Journal of Psychology, Psychotherapy, and Emotional and Artistic Education, 19-20, 12-23. (Hebrew).
Wiseman H., Mayseless O., & Sharabany R. (2006). Why are they lonely? Perceived quality of early relationships with parents, attachment, personality Hadas Wiseman 23 predispositions and loneliness in first-year university students. Personality and Individual Differences, 40, 237-248.
Wiseman, H., Metzl, E., & Barber, J.P. (2006). Anger, guilt, and intergenerational communication of trauma in the interpersonal narratives of second generation Holocaust survivors. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 76(2), 176-184.
Wiseman, H., & Egozi, S. (2006). Personal therapy for Israeli school counselors: Prevalence, parameters, and professional difficulties and burnout. Psychotherapy Research, 16(3), 332-347.
Wiseman, H., Raz, A., & Sharabany, R. (2007). Depressive personality styles and interpersonal problems in young adults with difficulties in establishing long-term romantic relationships. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 44(4), 280-291. Special section on: Personality, Development, and Psychopathology: A Special Issue in Honor of Sidney J. Blatt.
Schröder, T.A., Wiseman, H., & Orlinksy, D. (2008). 'You are always on my mind:' Therapists' intersession experiences and practice, profession, and person correlates. Psychotherapy Research, 18(6), 1-12.
Wiseman, H. (2008). On failed intersubjectivity: Recollections of loneliness experiences of offspring of Holocaust survivors. Amercian Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73(3), 350-358.
Snir, S. & Wiseman, H. (2010). Attachment in romantic couples and perceptions of a joint drawing session. The Family Journal, 18(2), 116-126.
Goldberg, A., & Wiseman, H. (2010). Parent's sense of coherence and resolution with the child's chronic disease to promote the physical and mental health of adolescnet with type 1 diabetes. Mifgash- Journal of social-educations Work, 32, 31-51. (In Hebrew).
Scharf, M., Wiseman, H., & Farah, F. (2010). Parent-adolescent relationships and social adjustment: The case of a collectivistic culture. International Journal of Psychology, 1–13.