I am an assistant professor in the departments of Cognitive Sciences and Psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the principle investigator of the Landau Lab. My academic path started here in Jerusalem where I studied Psychology and Philosophy for my BA and also completed a Masters degree in Neuropsychology. I then headed to Berkeley, California, to complete a PhD in Cognition Brain and Behavior in the Psychology department at UC Berkeley. With a PhD in hand, I headed to the Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI) for Neuroscience in cooperation with Max Plank Society, Frankfurt Germany. Finally, I am pleased to be doing research with all the bright minds in my group. Aside for training Babylon Fish and searching for the Philosophical Stone of immortality, we inquire about perception attention and temporal processing as well as the cognition function of neural oscillations (i.e., brain rhythms).
Research fields: Visual Cognition, Cognitive Neuroscience, Attention Research and Time Perception Research, Brain Oscillations
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