Research interests include natural language processing and linguistic attention, using methods such as RT experiments and fMRI.
(in collaboration with Dr. Michal Ben-Shachar from Bar-Ilan University)
I am interested in neuronal encoding of speech and its interplay with attention in a multi-talker auditory scene.
My research focuses on individual rhythms and synchronization to rhythmic stimuli. I am also interested in the interaction between rhythms and attention, and hope to contribute to enhancing attentional capabilities through rhythmic treatment.
Research interests: Investigating differences in attentional abilities across populations, focusing on aircraft pilots (as an example of 'attentional expertise'), and individuals with ADHD
Research interests: Neuronal tracking of speech during wakefulness and sleep
(in collaboration with Dr. Yuval Nir from Tel-Aviv University)
My research interest is studying the “cocktail-party effect” in real time environment, identifying neural processing applied to attended and unattended speech and studying the neural basis of distraction.
My current research project involves the statistical learning of a fictitious language as assessed by EEG measures, comparing between monolingual and bilinguals.
My research interest is studying the “cocktail-party effect” and identifying neural markers indicating the depth of processing applied to attended and unattended speech and music.
My research interests revolve around the interaction between eye-movements and attention, in simulated real-life environments. I am also involved in several research projects related to pulse perception.
My research interest is studying the sustained and selective attention of people characterized with ADHD or ADD, using the neuropsychological test-CPT.
My research deals with the level of processing of unattended rhythmic and randomal tones, and their influence on attentive rhythm processing.