Neuropsychological disorders, reserve theory, attention and memory processes and executive functions
Doctor Yifat Levi
lecturer and clinical neuropsychologist,
School of Social Sciences and Humanities
B.A. in Behavioral Sciences, HR Management B.A, Interdisciplinary Studies B.A
Areas of Expertise
Biological Foundations of Behavior, Neuropsychology, Abnormal Psychology, Theories of Personality, Positive Psychology
Head of Psychology Division, Department of Multi-Disciplinary Studies; Sexual Harassment Prevention Commissioner
Rassovsky, Y.*, Levi, Y.*, Agranov, E., Sela-Kaufman, M., Sverdlik, A. & Vakil, E. (2015). Predicting long-term outcome following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37, 354-366. *(Equal contribution).
Levi Y., Rassovsky Y., Agranov E., Sela-Kaufman M., & Vakil E. (2013). Cognitive Reserve components as expressed in traumatic brain injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society, 19, 1-8.
Sela-Kaufman, M., Rassovsky, Y., Agranov, E., Levi, Y., & Vakil, E. (2013). Premorbid personality characteristics and attachment style moderate the effect of injury severity on occupational outcome in traumatic brain injury: Another aspect of reserve. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 35, 584-595
Levi, Y., Kofman, O., Schwebel, M., & Shaldubina, A. (2008). Discrimination and avoidance learning in adult mice following developmental exposure to diisopropylfluorophosphate. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 88, 438-445.