Dr. Yuval-Greenberg received her Ph.D. in Psychology from The Hebrew University in 2009. Her dissertation, under the guidance of Prof. Leon Deouell, focused on ocular artifacts and gamma-band activity in EEG. She then completed her postdoctoral training with Prof. David Heeger in in NYU, focusing on visual fMRI and eye movements. Yuval-Greenberg joined the School of Psychological Sciences as a faculty member in 2013.
פרופ' שלומית גרינברג
Fields of Interest
Dr. Yuval-Greenberg's research focuses on cognitive neuroscience of the visual system in humans. Using psychophysics, EEG and fMRI, she is interested in studying visual perception processes. In particular visual awareness, visual attention, object recognition and the relation between eye movements and perception
See lab website : http://people.socsci.tau.ac.il/mu/shlomitgreenberg/publications-5/