Fathi Abdulhamid Abdulkader, Ph.D.

member emotional intelligence consortium

Affiliation: Zagazig University
Email: abohafsa20062006@yahoo.com


Fathi Abdulhamid Abdulkader is a professor of cognitive psychology, Faculty of Education, Zagazig University. He received his Ph.D. and M.A. in cognitive psychology from Zagazig University and his B.S. in Chemistry from the same university.

Dr Fathi Abdulhamid Abdulkader  has authored / co-authored  7 books  including Emotional Intelligence and management, Dyslexia and literacy: Theory and practice, Multiple intelligences and school learning, and teaches courses in all fields of psychology to undergraduates, M.A. and Ph.D. students at Zagazig University, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia . He is widely known for work exploring cognitive processes in university students, learning disabled students, and deaf students.

Dr Fathi Abdulhamid Abdulkader is currently engaged in projects regarding the development of emotional intelligence in school principals and young children.


Fathi Abdulhamid, A. (2004). Variables of testing situation. Faculty of Education Press.

Fathi Abdulhamid , A. , Mourad , A. & Waleed El Said (2008) Dyslexia and literacy: Theory and practice, Alexandria;  Dar EL Wafaa.

Fathi Abdulhamid, A. & Mourad, A. (2008). Multiple intelligences and school learning. Alexandria;  Dar EL Wafaa.

Fathi AbdulHamid, A. &  Mourad , A. (2008). Emotional Intelligence and management. Alexandria,  Dar EL Wafaa.


Fathi Abdulhamid, A. & Mourad Ali (In press). Middle school Principals' levels of emotional intelligence : Effects on school culture and school climate as perceived by teachers and students, Egyptian  Association for psychology Journal.







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