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The Human Neural Dynamics Lab 

We seek to understand how the brain encodes and prioritizes information in dynamic, multisensory, real-world environments.

Our research focuses the on neural mechanisms that process natural continuous stimuli, such as speech and music, and the mechanism involved in controlling and focusing attention.

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PI: Prof. Elana Zion Golumbic

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Copy of MEG results_edited

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Elana_Golumbic_(MEG)_7.1_(23)

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IMG_2177

cEEGrid

cEEGrid

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בית ספר 3

בית ספר 3

new MEG

new MEG

EEG

EEG

EyeTracker

EyeTracker

Our Research 

From the Lab to Real life

Our research utilizes a range of techniques for recording electric and magnetic signals from the human brain (EEG, MEG, and mobile imaging technology), as well as advanced psychophysical tools (eye tracking, virtual reality, skin-conductance, psychoacoustics). This rich methodological repertoire allows us to study the system at multiple levels, both in the lab and in real-life settings, and gain a wide perspective on the link between brain and behavior.

MEG source localization of brain response in an attention task

MEG & EEG 

Virtural Reality study of attention at school

EEG and Virtual Reality

Student using mobile EEG to study attention in school

In-school mobile EEG

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