Profile Anat Zaidman-Zait is an Associate Professor in the Department of School Counseling and Special Education at the Constantiner School of Education, Tel-Aviv University.

She is also an Affiliated Assistance Professor, School of Population and Public Health (SPHH), Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Canada.

Research interest Dr. Zaidman-Zait’s research focus on the determinants of parenting experiences and child and family quality of life, the examination of parenting stress and coping processes, and the interplay between parental stress, family functioning and children’s adjustment among families of children with disabilities (e.g., autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and hearing impairments).

In addition, she has been exploring potential moderating and mediating mechanisms underlying the relations between family contextual factors and children’s adjustment, including both parents and children bioregulatory risk and protective factors (e.g., sleep, executive functions, and temperament).

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Tel-Aviv University
Tel-Aviv, 69978
Seminar: Coping Among Families of Children with Special Needs
Seminar: Family stress, parenting, and school adjustment among children with and without ADHD
Parenting and Families of Children with Special Needs: Developmental & Educational Perspectives
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods and Mixed Methods
Research Methodology-A
Research Methodology-B