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Attention and Memory

Our team studies the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying attention and memory in humans—children, adolescents, and adults—with a focus on the neuro-behavioral and developmental constraints on these mechanisms and abilities. We use a variety of research techniques, including behavioral tests that aim to explore how attention and memory processes support academic performance, as well as physiological measurements and brain-imaging techniques that aim to explore the biological and neural substrates underlying literacy development and the mastery of academic abilities.

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Human Brain & Learning Laboratory

Prof. Avi Karni, M.D., Ph.D.

The Laboratory for Attention

Prof. Liat Goldfarb

The Emotion Lab

Dr. Noga Cohen

The Emotion Lab

Dr. Noga Cohen

The Neurocognitive Laboratory for Early Childhood: Prevention and Intervention of Learning Disabilities

Dr. Shelley Shaul