Basic psychological processes: Memory, Perception, Emotion and Decision making
How do we perceive the world? What mechanisms enable us to make decisions, respond to our environment and communicate with each other? The school of psychological sciences includes laboratories which try to track the basic psychological processes of perception, sensation, thought, emotion and behavior. Using behavioral experiments, computational models, neural imagine and neural stimulation we try to understand how these processes come about and operate, identify the interactions between them, and unravel their underlying neural mechanisms.
Those topics are investigated in our school by:
Prof. Yonatan Goshen, Prof. Usher Marius, Prof.Galit Yovel, Dr. Shlomit Greenberg, Prof. Nitzan Censor, Prof. Roy Mucamel, Prof. Dominique Lamy, Prof Roy Luria, Prof. Talma Hendler, Prof. Michelle Slone, Prof. Gal Sheppes, Prof. Nira Liberman, Prof.Shoshana Shiloh, Prof. Yehiel Klar, Prof Yair Bar-Haim, Prof Uri Hadar, Dr. Liad Mudrik, Prof. Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu, Prof. Ina Weiner, Prof. Segev Barak, Prof. Daphna Yoel , Prof. Yoav Bar- Anan , Dr. Boaz Barak