Academic background and fields of interest: I study auditory spatial perception in humans.
I find it fascinating that we are able to identify spatial location even in noisy (reverberant) environments, using only our two ears. Currently I am utilizing cochlear models in order to identify information in the early auditory system that is relevant for such localization.
My previous study in the lab focused on beat & meter perception using EEG.
I hold a Bsc. in Cognitive Science and Life Sciences (Etgar Honor’s program) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.