קורות חיים - Curriculum vitae

Moran Israel

 

Contact Info

 

Telephone numbers:

Office: 972-2-5881142.

Mobile:         972-54-5621307

E-Mail Address: morani.israel@gmail.com

 

 

Education

 

2009 – PhD candidate at the psychology department of the Hebrew University.

Advisor: Prof. Asher Cohen

2008 – 2010:  Master of Arts in Neuropsychology at the Department of Psychology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Advisor: Prof. Asher Cohen

2004 - 2008: Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and in Cognitive Science (honors program), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Graduation Magna Cum Laude.

Dean's list for the 2006-2007 school year.

 

 

 

Research

 

2007- Onwards: Beginning of research at the lab of Prof. Asher Cohen.

My main projects deals with dual task performance, and spatial representation across perception and action.

2007- Onwards- Lab manager for Prof. Cohen’s lab.

2007-2009- Research assistant at the Laboratory for Attention and Performance managed by Prof. Asher Cohen.

2007- Participation in a research seminar and project in Prof. Asher Cohen’s lab on conflict in the performance of multiple tasks.

2007- Participation in a research seminar and project in Prof. Ram Frost’s lab on visual processing of written words.

2006-2007- Research assistant in the fields of cognition and emotion in Dr. Nily Mor 's laboratory in the Education Department at the Hebrew University.

 

Academic Positions

 

2008 - Onwards: Teaching Assistant and head of TA’s at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Teaching courses "Introduction to Statistics and Methodology" and “Methods in Psychological research”.

 

Publications

 

Israel, M., & Cohen, A. (2011). Involuntary strategy-dependent dual task performance. Psychological Research, 75, 513-524.

 

Breska, A., Israel, M., Maoz, K., Cohen, A., & Ben-Shakhar, G. (2011). Personally-significant information affects performance only within the focus of attention: A direct manipulation of attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 73, 1754-1767.

 

.Israel, M., Breska, A, Ben-Shakhar G., &Cohen, A. The importance of cognitive strategy in attentional capture (in preparation)

 

Cohen, A., Israel, M., Zuckerman, M., & Glicksohn, A. Components of dual task performance: modularity across perception and action, memory and strategy (in preparation)

 

Israel, M., Perry, A., Cohen, A., & Bentin, S.  Divided attention effects on mu and alpha desynchronization (in preparation)

 

Presentations:

 

Israel, M., & Cohen, A., (2012). Spatial attention across perception and action. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Israel Society for Neuroscience, December 2012.

 

Cohen, A., & Israel, M. (2011) Exogenous and Endogenous strategies of dual task performance.  A talk given in the 17th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, San Sabastian, Spain, Sepetember 29- October 2, 2011.

 

Israel, M., & Cohen, A., (2010). Involuntary strategy dependent dual task performance. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Israel Society for Neuroscience, December 2010.

 

Cohen, A., & Israel, M. (2010)  Dual task performance:  Structure and strategy.  A talk given at a workshop on "Cross modal Action",  Aachen, Germany, October 1-2, 2010.

 

Israel, M., & Cohen, A, (2010). Involuntary strategy dependent dual task performance. Poster presented at the conference "Selection and Control Mechanisms in Perception and Action", The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, April 2010.

 

Cohen, A., Israel, M., Zuckerman, M., & Glicksohn, A. (2009). Dual task with and without cost: an underlying modular architecture.  A talk given in the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, Massachusetts, November 19-22 2009.