Tamar Regev

Tamar Regev

PhD Student
ELSC Class
20 (2012)

Fields of interest:

- Auditory system

- Music cognition

- Perception

- Data analysis

- EEG

- Human intracranial recordings (ECoG)

Academic Background:

2011 – current The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

                      PhD candidate, Computational Neuroscience. Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences. Advisors: Prof. Leon Deouell, Prof. Israel Nelken. Title: Preattentive representations of auditory frequency and their EEG correlates.

2009 – 2011 Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.

                      M.Sc. Cognitive Systems and Interactive Media. Advisor: Prof. Sergi Jorda. Title: Sonic feedback to movement as learned auditory-proprioceptive sensory integration.

2005 – 2008 – Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv.

                      B.Sc. Physics and Biology. SUMMA CUM LAUDE.

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Recent publications

Regev, T.I., Nelken, I., Deouell, L.Y. “Evidence for linear but not helical automatic representation of pitch in human auditory system”. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. Dec. 2018. In press. Preprint

Regev, T.I., Winawer, J., Gerber, E.M., Knight, R.T., Deouell, L.Y (2018) “Human posterior parietal cortex responds to visual stimuli as early as peristriate occipital cortex.” European Journal of Neuroscience. doi:10.1111/ejn.14164 | Link to data and code