Ami received his BA in behavioral sciences from Ariel University in 2018, during which time he was a research assistant and lab manager for Dr. Michal Pinhas. He also received an MA in rehabilitation psychology from Ariel University in 2020. Currently, Ami is doing his doctorate in the lab under the supervision of Dr. Michal Pinhas. Ami's research focus is the processing of exponential expressions, as well as the understanding of exponential growth in general.
Mariya graduated from Ariel University in 2006 and then completed a master's degree in cognitive psychology at Tel Aviv University. She started her PhD in Dr. Michal Pinhas’ lab in 2017. In her dissertation research, she explores the mental representations of "large" multi-digit numbers, that is, numbers that are less experienced in our daily lives, such as millions, billions, and trillions.
Nadav graduated from Tel Aviv University in 2017 with a dual-disciplinary BSc in biology and psychology. In 2021, he completed a master’s degree in experimental psychology at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Currently, Nadav is working on his doctorate in the lab under the supervision of Dr. Michal Pinhas. In his research, Nadav explores the interplay between numerical and physical magnitude in multi-digit number processing, using electrophysiological and behavioral measures.
Bar joined the lab in 2020 as a research assistant. He graduated from Ariel University in 2021 with a dual-disciplinary B.A in psychology and criminology. He is currently doing a master's degree in occupational-organizational psychology. In his research, Bar explores the effect of notation on the mental processing of exponential expressions.
Ravid began her BA in psychology and criminology at Ariel University in 2019. Currently, she is doing her MA in brain and cognition sciences. In her research, Ravid explores electrophysiological correlates of math anxiety.
Omri received his BA in behavioral sciences from Kinneret Academic College on the Sea of Galilee in 2019. In 2021, he completed a master's degree in forensic sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Currently, he is doing an MA in organizational-occupational psychology at Ariel University. In his research, Omri explores the effect of notation on the mental processing of exponential expressions.
Dr. Rut Zaks-Ohayon
(Jointly with Prof. Joseph Tzelgov)
(Jointly with Dr. Gil Zukerman)