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

Motion-Induced-Blindness (MIB).

Stimuli and fixational eye movements during viewing. The patch may disappear. 

See on Scholarpedia here,

See old MIB site at Weizmann here

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