The lab's research interests include vision in the normal and abnormal brain, eye movements and autism, with a multi-faceted neuroscience approach, which include psychophysics, eye tracking, EEG and computational modeling.
Current research areas include:
Visual perception: normal and abnormal; visual awareness
Involuntary eye movements: a window into cognition of non-communicating individuals; microsaccads, eye-blinks
Autism: Hyper perception and regulation, Cognition of the minimally-verbal, Learning, Visual superiorities
Stimuli and fixational eye movements during viewing. The patch may disappear.
See on Scholarpedia here,
See old MIB site at Weizmann here
We are part of School of Optometry & Vision Science at Bar-Ilan University