Leehu Zysberg is a Professor of psychology and chair of the research authority at Gordon College of Education in Haifa Israel. He is also an affiliated researcher at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing in UC Davis USA. He earned his PhD in Industrial/Organizational psychology from the University of Haifa. He then served as a post-doctoral fellow and a visiting faculty with the department of psychology and the college of nursing at Seattle University in Seattle WA, and Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Washington. His research focuses on the role of emotions and coping in everyday life settings. He now lives in Haifa with his wife, Anna and his sons Yoav & Noam.

Leehu Zysberg Tel-Hai College & The Graduate School, Gordon College of Education, Israel

Leehu Zysberg is a Professor of psychology and chair of the research authority at Gordon College of Education in Haifa Israel. He is also an affiliated researcher at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing in UC Davis USA. He earned his PhD in Industrial/Organizational psychology from the University of Haifa. He then served as a post-doctoral fellow and a visiting faculty with the department of psychology and the college of nursing at Seattle University in Seattle WA, and Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Washington. His research focuses on the role of emotions and coping in everyday life settings. He now lives in Haifa with his wife, Anna and his sons Yoav & Noam.

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