STATE OF THE ART (I) – Professor Shaul Kimhi – Resilience of the Israeli population during the current Israel-Hamas war

Abstract: My keynote will be based on longitudinal research examining resilience (individual, community, and national) and coping in Israel during the new seven months since the Hamas attack on Israel. In addition, I will present results from a parallel study that I conducted in Ukraine during the war with Russia. The lecture is based on graphs and oral explanations.

Professor Shaul Kimhi was Head of the Psychology Department at Tel-Hai College from 2009 to 2016. He used to be a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the International Society for Political Psychology (ISPP), and the International Political Science Association (IPSA). He has participated in many academic international conferences, including as an invited and keynote speaker, and serves as a referee for several professional journals. He is often invited to the Israeli media (TV and radio) to discuss his areas of expertise. In the past, Prof. Kimhi served as a special advisor in the Israeli Army Intelligence Corps. Today, he is Professor Emeritus at Tel-Hai College and he is one of the founders of the ‘Multi-national Resilience & Well-being Research Collaboration at Tel Aviv University.

His main areas of research are individual, community, and national resilience; coping with stress; political psychology (including behavior analysis of political leaders), psychology of terrorism, and army psychology.

Professor Kimhi has published 4 books (one of them as an editor), 86 articles in refereed journals, and 12 chapters in collections.

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