- Dr. Sivan Raz
- Senior Lecturer
- Education - B.A.
Brain and behavior. The EEG-ERP (Electroencephalogram- Event-related potentials) method provides a noninvasive means of evaluating brain electrophysiology in humans. It can afford an excellent temporal precision and resolution in measuring the dynamic nature of neural activity underlying information processing. ERPs are scalp-recorded electro-encephalographic measurements of the activity of neural populations in response to visual, auditory or tactile stimulus. My research focuses on identifying behavioral and neural/electrophysical correlates of cognitive and emotional functions among normative as well as various clinical populations (e.g. Thalassemia patients, individuals with attention disorders and more).
Various courses in the general field of Psychology and Psychophysiology, e.g. "Introduction to psychophysiology", "Brain and behavior", Drugs and addiction", "Neuropathology and neuropsychology", "neuroendocrinology", "Psychopharmacology".