PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Gopher Daniel
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No of theses 54
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Ofir Yakobi 2018 PhD Abstracts The Determinants of Association and Dissociation Between Measures of Workload
Yifat Shorr 2016 PhD Abstracts The Effect of Multimodal Feedback on the Acquistion of Rowing Skills
Yael Auerbach-Shpak 2011 PhD Abstracts Doctors and Nurses Information Maps on Patient Medical Status and its Correspondence to their Mental Model of the Task – A Case Study of Neonatal Units
Efrat Kedmi Shahar 2011 PhD Abstracts Development and Evaluation of an Integrative Display for Neonate Medical Status in Intensive Care
Ido Morag 2010 PhD Abstracts A Novel Reporting System for the Improvement of Human Factors and Safety in Hospital Wards
Avishag Spillinger 2009 PhD Abstracts Assessing the Relationship between Medical Information Web Sites Usage and the Work Practices of Family Physicians
Yael Einav 2009 PhD Abstracts Pre-Operative Team Briefing as a Tool for Enhancing Team Performance and Patient Safety
Nirit Gavish 2008 PhD Abstracts The Influence of Descriptive Information and Experience on Trust in Decision Support Systems
Allon Kahana 2005 PhD Abstracts Work Load Measurement as an Indicator of Team Interaction Style during Complex Task Execution
Gil Hupert-Graff 2005 PhD Abstracts Comparative Study of Learning Processes in Human and in Neural Networks
Eldad Yechiam 2003 PhD Abstracts A Strategy Based Model to the Interpretation of Visual Dominance in Perceptual-Motor Tasks
Lilach Armoni-Shimoni 2002 PhD Generality of Control Processes in Task Switching
Hadas Haramati 1998 PhD The Effect of Differences in Attention on Performance of A Complex Task by Individuals and Teams
Tali Itkin-Webman 1998 PhD Information and Utility as Determinants of Dynamic Decisions
Yaakov Greenshpan 1995 PhD The Effects of Mental Workload on Behavior Choice and Efficiency
Orly Barzily 1994 PhD The Effect of Knowledge on Compensatory Behavior During Malfunction Conditions
Yehuda Badihi 1994 PhD The Formal Structure of Thinking and Its Implications To Communication and Performance Errors
Raya Rogov 2017 MSc Abstracts Interactive-Active versus Separate Training in Obstetrics Ultrasound
Itai Rosenvasser 2017 MSc Abstracts Exploring Transfer Patterns of Attention Control Skills
Taly Bonder 2017 MSc Abstracts The joint effects of spatial precueing and transcranial direct current stimulation on visual acuity
Adi Singer 2016 MSc Abstracts Breakfast and Multitasking – Concurrent Performance and Training
Sharon Yogev 2016 MSc Abstracts Matching Simulated Training with Prior Knowledge – Design and Evaluation of the Training Program at the Simultec Center for Prenatal Ultrasound
Avichay Baram 2014 MSc Abstracts The Comparative Effects of Inter-stimulus-interval on Immediate Recall of Visual and Haptic Sequences
Rotem Lammfromm 2013 MSc Abstracts Transfer of Skill from a Virtual Reality Juggling Trainer to Real Juggling
Olga Chuntonov 2007 MSc Abstracts Individual Differences in Control Processes
Elina Akselrod 2007 MSc Abstracts The Relationship between the Work Environment and Burnout and Satisfaction among Health Service Receptionists
Guy Shani 2007 MSc Abstracts Mitigating the Detrimental Effect of Menus and Wizards on the Use of Programming Interfaces: Observational Learning within the Wider Context
Ilan Palatin 2005 MSc Abstracts Using Principles from Research on Visual Search, Visual Grouping and Word Recognition for the Redesign of Medication Labels
Oded Shefer 2005 MSc The Influence of Differential Instructions on Control Processes and Situation Awareness
Hadass Admon 2005 MSc Abstracts The Big Brother and Justice Perception: Electronic Performance Monitoring, Procedural Justice Perceptions and Performance in Customer- Service Work
Yael Einav 2004 MSc Abstracts On the Relationship between Arousal Measures of the Sympathetic System and Mental Effort
Amit Sofer-Baron 2004 MSc Abstracts Individual Differences in Attention Control: the Influence Of Task Characteristics
Tamar Darazi 2003 MSc Abstracts Objective and Subjective Indices of Performance Competence
Michal Inselbuch 2003 MSc Abstracts Preparation for Switching Tasks via Dry-Runs
Orit Rappaport 2003 MSc Abstracts The Development and Evaluation of Labels for Hazardous Materials
Dganit Barnea 2002 MSc Abstracts The Influence of the Distinction between Task Components on Attention Control Processes
Limor Hendel 2002 MSc Performance Battery for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
Shay Ben-Barak 2002 MSc Methodology for Describing and Analyzing Mental Models of Complex System Operation
Dror Carmi 2001 MSc The Influence of Feedback Time Structure on the Acquisition of a Cognitive Skill
Roy Sivan 2001 MSc Acquisition Versus Transfer of Skill: Comparing Experts and Novices in a Flight Simulator
Hila Meyer 2001 MSc The Effect of the Difficulty Pattern of a Task on the Objective Performance of the Task and the Subjective Evaluation of this Performance
Eldad Yechiam 2000 MSc A Strategy Based Model to the Interpretation of Visual Dominance in Perceptual-Motor Tasks
Tali De-Castro Dekel 1999 MSc Developing a Training Program for Applying the Human-Factors Approach as a Tool for Detecting And Analyzing Safety Obstacles in Industries
Tal Oron 1997 MSc Process Control Simulation in a Dynamic Display
Marcia Shamo 1996 MSc Understanding Functions in Quantitative Displays
Lilach Armoni-Shimoni 1996 MSc The Ability to Prepare for Switching Tasks
Jacob Seagull 1995 MSc Training Spatial Orientation in Single-Eye Helmet Mounted Display
Ehod Tirosh 1992 MSc Rindcular Rivalry-the Processing of Motion in Differend
Tal Bareket 1991 MSc The Effects of Traming Methods on the
Orly Barzily 1989 MSc The Inbluenle of a Nonspatial Zepzesentation Method
David Raij 1989 MSc Development of Scales to Evaluate the Peveptual and Motor
Dalia Harel 1988 MSc Cognitive Motor Processes in Acquisition of Transcription
Amir Zvuloni 1991 MSc Correspondence Between Physiological Indices of 24 Hrs