Dr. Liat Goldfarb

  • Selective Attention
  • Arithmetic Processing & Attention
  • Automatic Processing 
  • Attention & ADHD

2002  B.A, Cum laude, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Ben Gurion University.

2004   M.A, Summa cum laude, Department of Psychology, Ben Gurion University.

2007  PhD, Summa cum laude, Department of Psychology, Ben Gurion University.

2010  Post doctorate, Princeton University, Center for the Study of Brain, Mind and Behavior.

  • Kalanthroff, E., Davelaar, E. J., Henik, A., Goldfarb, L., Usher, M. (2017). Task conflict and proactive control: A computational theory of the Stroop task. Psychological Review.
  • Naaman, R. # and Goldfarb, L. (2017). The Influence of Gain and Loss on Arithmetic Performance. Frontiers in psychology.
  • Henik, A., Bugg., J, Goldfarb, L. (2018). Inspired by the past and looking to the future of the Stroop effect Acta Psychologia.
  • Baruch, O. & Goldfarb, L. Mexican Hat modulation of visual acuity following an attention-capturing cue: implications to a bottom-up process.
  • Goldfarb, L. (2018).Automatic Interferences and Their Development in the Context of Numerical Tasks: Review and Implications. Heterogeneity of Function in Numerical Cognition. Atlanta, USA, Elsevier Press.
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