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Year Student Advisor
2018 Eye movements' patterns among children with and without reading difficulties in different highlighted modes within an educational e-book (HEBREW) MA Bar-Zvi Shaked, Karin Prof. Adina Shamir, Prof. Eli Vakil
2017 Procedural learning and the ability to transfer verbal stimuli and nonverbal stimuli: comparison between readers with developmental dyslexia to normal readers (HEBREW) MA Davidovitch, Tali Prof. Rachel Schiff, Prof. Eli Vakil
2016 Eye movement patterns while solving graph problems characterized by cognitive style: wholistic-analytic (HEBREW) PhD Nitzan-Tamar, Ortal Prof. Bracha Kramarski, Prof. Eli Vakil
2016 Spatial ability : the effect of local and global strategy treatments on performance and on eye movement patterns among fourth grade boys and girls PhD Taragin, Dorit Prof. Emeritus David Tzuriel, Prof. Eli Vakil
2014 Meta-analysis of working memory and implicit memory studies in populations with intellectual disability : nonspecific etiology, down syndrome and Williams syndrome, in comparison with typically developing (HEBREW) PhD Stein, Sarit Associate Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Eli Vakil
2014 Age-related differences in intelligence, processing speed and memory among sdults and elderly with intellectual disability compared with adults with typical development : accelerated or parallel trajectory (HEBREW) PhD Zemach, Moran Associate Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Eli Vakil
2013 Procedural learning impairments in developmental dyslexia : domain-specific or domain-general PhD Gabay, Yafit Prof. Rachel Schiff, Prof. Eli Vakil
2013 The effect of different training-method : constant vs. variable on transfer and cognitive problem solving in different age groups (HEBREW) PhD Seri-Toaff, Orna Prof. Eli Vakil
2012 Implicit and explicit memory among individuals with Williams syndrome, individuals with down syndrome and individuals with Fragile X compared to typically developed children (HEBREW) MA Yihye, Meital Associate Prof. Lifshitz Hefziba, Prof. Eli Vakil