Research Students



Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Research Supervision


Rosenbaum, D. (current). The effect of physical load on decision making.

Ozana, A. (current). Visually-guided actions toward two dimensional objects.

Shapira, A. (current). Memory for emotional stimuli.

Rona, G. (current). Approach-Avoidance training and emotion.

Segal, H. (current). SNARC and ASE effects with numbers.

Hatukai, T. (2016). Configural Processing of Dimensions of Stroop Stimuli.

Shakuf, V. (2015). The Effect of Base Rate and Correlation on the Stroop Phenomenon.

Nussbaum, B. (2014). An Implicit Attitude Account of the Emotional Stroop Effect.

Ben Haim, S. (2014). The Role of Suggestibility and Mood in the Emotional Stroop Effect.

Levy, L.(2010). The Emotional Stroop Effect: The influence of response factors.

Mama, Y.(2010). A Garner Based Account of the Emotional Stroop Effect.

Amit, E.(2006). A distance theory of picture and word processing.

Ben-Natan, M.(2006). Constraints on single- and two-digit number processing.

Ben-David, B.M. (2006). Species of redundancy in visual target detection

Kadouri-Labin,S. (2006). Perceptual seperability by General Recognition Theory and throughthe Stroop and Garner Paradigm.

Fitousi, D.(2006). Attention vs. automaticity in the processing of two-digit numerals.

Icht. M.(2006). Directed forgetting: Dissociating processes of encoding and retrieval.

Shenkar, O.(2005). Auditory mapping of visual input.

Rapp, Y.(2004). The psychology of variance.

Eidels, A.(2004). Stochastic modeling of Stroop phenomena.

Sharon, A.(2004) Teenager’s attitudes toward books and computers: Coexistence orrevolution?

Bibi, A.(2003). Attention, load, and time perception (with D. Zakay).

Gilboa, A.(2003). Memory for melodies.

Zadka, R.(2003). Modularity of mind. A conceptual analysis (with A. Kasher).

Chajut E.(2002). How does stress affect the selectivity of attention.

Lev, S.(2002). Being rational about the Emotional Stroop Effect.

Shaki, S.(2001). Selective attention in classification and in comparison: The role of task.

Dishon-Berkovits,M. (2000). The Stroop effect in perception and memory: Explicit and implicittests of Stroop-like dimensions.

Edelstein, A.(2000). Selective attention and integration in pain.

Arieh, Y.(2000). Selective attention in categorization and naming of picture-wordstimuli: Implications for Stroop and Garner phenomena.

Pansky, A.(1999). Comparative judgments of number and numerosity: Stroop and Garnereffects.

Weiss, R.(1999). Symbolic and perceptual judgments of pictures and of words.

Shalev Mevorach, L. (1994-1995). Selective attention in separate research designs.

Goshen, E.(1993). Comparative judgments in perception and memory: analog vs. discretemodels.

Cohen-Raz, L.(1992). Sensory and cognitive factors in the processing of visual movement:Independence in estimating duration, distance, and velocity (with H. Babkoff).

Tabak, N.(1989). Medical and ethical dilemmas in human experimentation (with A. DeFriese and G. Weiler).



Masters Research Supervision


Emanueli, G. (current). Stroop & Garner effects in face perception.

Rosenbaum. D. (curretnt). Stroop effect in different bodily positions.

Bar-Tal, T.(2014). Selective attention under stress.

Nagam, A.(2013). Numerical perception with different notations.

Barzilay, Y.(2013). The reference point of approach-avoidance.

Gutman, T.(2011). The battle for Stroop: Classic versus emotion effects with fearconditioning.

Bitenski, I.(2011). The boundary of priming: An examination with skilled chess players.

Snir, L.(2011). Perception and action in the reverspective illusion (with M. Wagner).

David, N.(2010). Are numbers perceived in an automatic fashion? A further look.

Meites, D.(2008). Masked priming with numerical stimuli: The role of Stroop and Granereffects.

Schupak, A.(2008). The dilution of the Stroop effect by emotional stimuli.

Nussbaum, B.(2008). Stroop effects with emotion stimuli (with E. Gilboa-Schetman).

Kalderon, N.(2008). A signal detection theory analysis of the Emotional Stroop effect.

Kirschner-Shalom,H. (2007). Cognitive load and selective attention.

ElYaniv, M.(2006). Dilution of the classic Stroop effect by emotion items.

Shiby, H.(2006). The psychology of variance.

Avdan, C.(2005). The Stroop effect: The effect of perceived and actual correlation.

Levy, L.(2005). The Emotional Stroop Effect: The influence of task and mode ofpresentation.

Icht, M.(2005). Three types of cross modal Stroop effects.

Snir, R.(2005) What do visual patterns tell the eyes?

Eytam, E.(2004). Two theories on the effect of correlation on the Stroop phenomenon(with Y. Goshen-Gottstein).

Levi, K.(2004). Selective attention with people with obsessive compulsive disorder(with R. Dar).

Segal, H.(2004). Integration of information in two-digit numbers: A developmental study.

Nisnkorn, N.(2003). Stroop and Graner effects in perception with people with obsessivecompulsive disorder (with R. Dar).

Ezrati, O.(2003). A structural analysis of the Stroop effect.

Gal-Michaelson,K. (2002). Attention and memory (with Y. Goshen-Gottstein).

Ben Yehuda,D. (1999). Attention in obsessive complusive personality style (with R. Dar).

Rapp, J.(1998). An ANOVA model of variance and categorization.

Sabri, M.(1997). Contextual influences on the Stroop effect.

Shaki, S.(1996). Comparative judgments with multidimensional stimuli.

Feinberg-Katzav,L. (1995). Stroop effects in the perception of numbers.

Rosner, D.(1995). Information, Randomness and Aesthetics: Application to the Perception of Spatial Stimuli.

Scaham, T.(1995). Contextual effects in comparative judgment.

Huberman-Hirsch,O. (1994). Loudness and pain in perception and memory.

Fischerung-Abudy,A. (1994). Loudness and lateralization of three types of signals.

Tibi, N.(1994). Rules of integration and perception of the gravity of offenses.

vonSchwartze, D. (1993). Cross-modal psychophysics.

Mohaban, L.(1990). Binaural click laterakization.

Grossman, E.(1998). Directed forgetting in everyday life.

Assaf, D.(1987). Mental imagery in obese and normal weigh subjects.

Lindeberg, T.(1987). Perceptual and memorial psychophysical functions for electrocutaneousand auditory pain: The integration
of noxious stimuli across different bodilysources.

Bergman, B.(1986). Integration of stimulus dimensions in perception and memory:Compositions rules and psychophysical relations.

Karny, N.(1986). Seriousness of offenses: Rules of combination.

Lubel, S.(1986). Psychophysics in the field: Perceptual and memorial psychophysicalfunctions for labor pain.

Palmor, R.(1986). Temporal summation and binaural summation for tones and noise bursts.

Raphaeli, N.(1986). Psychophysical functions for electric and auditory pain: Theintegration of painful sensations across separate somatosensory systems.

Sarfati, O.(1986). Perceptual and memorial psychophysical functions for various sensorydomains.

Rubin, A.(1986). Temporal summation and binaural summation of tones and noise bursts.

Barak-Mayer,N. (1985). Perceptual and memorial psychophysical functions intensive andextensive continua.

Sukenik, M.(1985). Memorial and perceptual psychophysical functions for intensive andextensive and for expansive and compressive dimensions.

Ben-Aharon,B. (1985). Binaural and monaural integration of pure tones within and acrosscritical bands.

Adam, R.(1984). Binaural summation and lateralization of dichotic transients.
Cohen-Raz, L.(1983). Integrating distance and duration onto subjective velocity: Metricstructure and psychophysical functions.


Daniel Algom, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology, Tel Aviv University, Israel
School of Communications Disorders, Achva Academic College, Israel

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