Prof. Zohar Eviatar

  • Neuropsychology of language
  • Cognitive Neuropsychology
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Hemispheric Specialization and Integration

1983   B.A Summa Cum Laude, Psychology, University of Minnesota

1985   M.A  Psychology, UCLA

1990   Ph.D. Psychology, UCLA

1992   Post-Doctoral studies, Psychology, USC, Joseph Hellige

1994    Post-Doctoral studies, IIPDM, University of Haifa

  • Nevat, M., Ullman, M. T., Eviatar, Z., & Bitan, T. (2017). The neural bases of the learning and generalization of morphological inflection. Neuropsychologia, 98, 139-155.
  • Eviatar, Z. (2017). Language and literacy in the context of brain, cognition, and culture. Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science, 1-7.
  • Peleg, O., & Eviatar, Z. (2017). Controlled semantic processes within and between the two cerebral hemispheres. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 22, 1-16.
  • Bitan, T. Kaftory, A., Leib, A., Eviatar, Z. and Peleg, O. (2017). Phonological ambiguity modulates resolution of semantic ambiguity during reading: An fMRI study. Neuropsychology. 31(7), 759-777.
  • Shahar-Yames D, Eviatar Z and Prior A. (2018) Separability of Lexical and Morphological Knowledge: Evidence from Language Minority Children. Front. Psychol. 9:163
  • Eviatar,  Z. , Taha H., Cohen V., & Schwartz M. (2018). Word learning by young sequential bilinguals: Fast mapping in Arabic and Hebrew Applied Psycholinguistics 1-26.
  • Eviatar,  Z. , Taha H., & Schwartz M. (In Press) Metalinguistic Awareness and Literacy among Semitic-bilingual Learners: A Cross-Language Perspective.  Reading and Writing, 35 pages.
  • Nevat, M., Eviatar, Z., Ullman, M.T, Bitan, T. (In Press). Categories, statistics and defaults: Learning of morphological inflection in an artificial language. Cognition, 50 pages.
  • Eviatar, Z., Ibrahim, R., Tzur, K., & Ben Simon, A. Speed of reading texts in Arabic and Hebrew. Reading and Writing, 39 pages.
  • Zur, N., Karni, A., & Eviatar, Z. The Role of Overt and Covert Speech and Input Modality on Articulatory Musculature Activity during Speech Perception. Brain and Language, 18 pages.
  • Khatteb Abu-Leil, A., Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z. Reading in multiple Arabics: Effects of diglossia and orthography, Applied Psycholinguistics, 45 pages.
  • Markus, A., Manor, D., Eviatar, Z. Two are Always Better than One: Interhemispheric Transfer of Visual Information, Neuropsychologia, 23 pages.
  • Maroun, L., Ibrahim, R., & Eviatar, Z. Dyslexia in Arabic: Universal and Specific Characteristics, Dyslexia, Dyslexia, 31 pages
  • Hayek,M., Dorfberger, S., Karni, A. & Eviatar, Z. Transcoding number words to multi-digit numerals: the strange case of Arabic bilinguals, Journal of Memory and Language, 35 pages.
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