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Oryah is a PHD candidate at the clinical neuropsychology track at the Hebrew University. Research interests: The temporal aspects of memory-based gaze as reflecting information processing in the human brain.
Tal is a PhD student in cognitive science, with a background in psychology. Research interests focus on deconstructing fixation duration. Research tools include eye-tracking, behavioral experiments, and physiological methods.
Asael is a post-doc researcher, interested in the selection for awareness process, and its' manifestations in behavior.
Yishai is an M.A. student for Art History and Cognitive Science, researching people's responses to visual artworks. Specific interests include visual expertise, affective cognition, museology and predictive coding. Also advised by Prof. Gal Ventura from the Department of Art History and Dr. Noam Gal from The Israel Museum.
The labs' Alumni
Dana completed an M.A. in clinical neuropsychology at the Hebrew University. Research interests: How complex visual stimuli (e.g. faces) are represented in working memory.
Avraham completed an M.A. student at the philosophy track at the Hebrew University, and at the clinical psychology track at the Ruppin Academic Center. Research interests: eye movements in natural scenes, philosophy of neuroscience.
Haggar is a PHD student at the clinical neuropsychology track at the Hebrew University. Research interests: The different factors that influence the rate of forgetting from visual Working Memory. Her research involves both patients and healthy participants.
Nitzan is a PhD student at the cognitive science department at the Hebrew University. He finished his B.Sc at the combined track for cognition science and computer science. Research interests: Individual differences in eye movements and the influences of neurological traits and personality traits.
Nathalie klein selle
Nathalie is a post doc researcher. Her PhD research focused on psychophysiological memory detection using the concealed information test. Specifically, the theory underlying this method and factors related to its external validity.
Ine van der Cruyssen
Ine is a Joint PhD student at Hebrew University and the University of Amsterdam. Her research focuses on the detection of concealed knowledge through memory-guided gaze dynamics.
Zviki completed an M.A. at the clinical neuropsychology track at the Hebrew University. Research interests: Cognitive deficits in neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease and PCA- Posterior Cortical Atrophy.
Ganit completed her B.Sc. at the combined track for computer science and psychology at the Hebrew University. Research interests:
The influence of prior exposure on similarity patterns during free view