Dr. Yafit Gabay
- Neurocognitive Basis of Developmental Disabilities
- Skill Learning
- Speech and Language Acquisition
2004 B.A. Behavioral Science Department, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
2007 M.A Psychology Department, Tel-Aviv University
2013 Ph.D Education Department, Bar-Ilan University
2014 Post-Doctoral Studies, Speech Perception and Learning Lab, Psychology Department, Carnegie Mellon University
2016 Post-Doctoral Studies, Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders and the Department of Learning Disabilities, University of Haifa
- Gabay, Y., Dundas, E., Plaut, D., & Behrmann, M. (2017). Atypical perceptual processing of faces in developmental dyslexia. Brain and language, 173, 41-51.
- Collins, E., Dundas, E., Gabay, Y., Plaut, D. C., & Behrmann, M. (2017). Hemispheric organization in disorders of development. Visual Cognition, 25(4-6), 416-429.
- Gabay, Y., & Holt, L. L. (2018). Short-term adaptation to sound statistics is unimpaired in developmental dyslexia. PloS one, 13(6), e0198146.
- Gabay, Y. Shahbari, E., & Mendelshon. (submitted). Feedback timing modulates procedural learning in ADHD (This study is part of the research conducted at University of Haifa, By Elham Shahbari as partial fulfillment of her requirements for a master degree under the supervision of Yafit Gabay).
- Gabay Y., Najjar I.J. Reinisch, E. (sumitted). Normalization for speech rate in individuals with developmental dyslexia (This study is part of the research conducted at University of Haifa, By Innas Najjar as partial fulfillment of her requirements for a master degree under the supervision of Yafit Gabay).
- Gabay, Y. Karni, A., Holt, L.L. (submitted) Consolidation and retention of auditory categories acquired incidentally in performing a visuomotor task. (This research was supported by the National Science Foundation-Binational Scientific Foundation to LLH, AK and YG under Grants no. 2016867, 2015227).
- Gabay, Y., Karni, A., & Banai, K. (revision invited) Different but not impaired the acquisition of skill in deciphering time-compressed speech in persons with developmental dyslexia