After a B.Sc. in physics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a B.Mus and a M.Mus. in violin performance at the Academy of Music and Dance of Jerusalem, I completed a PhD. dissertation entitled “Dimensional structures underlying perception of musical expression in solo violin performances” at the department of Music at Bar-Ilan University, under the supervision of Prof. Ehud Bodner and Dr. Noam Amir. During my post-doc at Merav Ahissar’s lab for Human Perceptual and Cognitive Learning, my research focuses on deciphering underlying mechanisms of perceptual biases in the auditory and visual modalities.