Noam Markovitz





Short Biography

Noam Markovitz studied Clinical and Health Psychology (M.A.) at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest. He received his PhD from Tel Aviv University. Since 2015, he has been a co-investigator in a large 3-year study funded by the Israel Ministry of Science and conducted in the Herczeg Institute on Aging at Tel Aviv University. His research interests include complex modes of adaptation to difficult life situations such as physical disabilities, poverty and bereavement in older adults. Specifically, his studies examine physical and mental mechanisms that may aid those individuals in striving for, and maintaining, a positive psychological environment despite the adversities and difficulties they encounter. He is also an intern in clinical psychology at the Association for Children at Risk. 

Fields of Interest

 Subjective well-being and meaning in life in face of adversity, objective and subjective measures of the physical self, old age, population groups that suffer from disadvantages and distress.


Last update February 2019