Sagol faculty


Dr. Shlomit Yuval-Greenberg

School of Psychological Science, Social Sciences Faculty




Research topic: Dr. Yuval-Greenberg’s research focuses on cognitive neuroscience of the visual system in humans. She is interested in studying visual per-ception processes, in particular visual awareness, visual attention, object recognition and the relation between eye movements and per-ception.

Research methods: EEG, fMRI, psychophysics and eye tracking.

Projects in the lab include:

  1. Perception of time and space: estimation of time-to-contact.
  2. Eye movements and their impact on visual perception (in normal and ADHD populations).
  3. Eye movements as a potential artifact or a source of valuable in-formation in EEG and fMRI.
  4. The effects of spatial attention and eye movements on driving (in normal and ADHD populations)