PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Miriam Reiner
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No of theses 31
Department Education in Science and Technology
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Ryder Darian 2020 PhD Abstracts The Effect of Auditory and Visual Emotional Stimuli in VR on Episodic Memory
Farraj Nehai 2019 PhD Abstracts The Role of Upper Alpha Oscillations in Mental Rotation of Cubic-Shapes and Molecular Structures
Bennet Rotem 2018 PhD Abstracts Virtual Re-Embodied Cognition: Bodily-Cognitive Dynamics under Illusory Virtual Embodiments Embodiments
Dahan Anat 2017 PhD Abstracts In Search of Motor Biomarkers for Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder
Rosen Amit 2017 PhD Abstracts Differences between Incremental and Insight Problems Solving: Unaware Hints, Restructuring and EEG Measures
Dan Alex 2016 PhD Abstracts The Role of Immersive Virtual Reality in Learning of a Spatial-Motor task: A comparsion between EEG Indices of Cognitive Load during Learning with 2D and Stereo…
Be'eri Avital 2012 PhD Abstracts Learning Processes in Solving Authentic Problems
Joubran Fadeel 2012 PhD Abstracts Contribution of Haptic Feedback to Learning of Motor- Cognitive Skills in a Virtual Environment
Hilsenrat Marcos 2012 PhD Abstracts The Effect of Unaware Haptic Perception on Changes in Manual Responses and Cognition Behavior
Gilbuh Elena 2005 PhD Abstracts Conceptualization of Visual Representation in GIS The Special Case of Electromagnetism
Botzer Galit 2005 PhD Abstracts Construction of Mental Models in Mechanics through Sensory Interaction in a Computerized Environment
Yazmir Boris 2016 PhD Abstracts Error Related Potentials Evoked by Disturbances during Continuous Motion
Dahan Anat 2011 MSc Abstracts FMRI BOLD Response of the Mirror Neuron System to Recognized and Unrecognized Gestures
Cohen Adi 2010 MSc Abstracts Effects of Practice and Sensory Modality on Stiffness Perception
Levi Vered 2019 MSc Abstracts The Importance of Associations in Lexical Memory of an Unknown Language,and Examples of EEG Patterns of Three Participants During Encoding, Sorted by Levels of Recall
Zuckerman Guy 2019 MSc Abstracts Enhancing 3D Perception and Mental Rotation Task Execution of Elemantry School Children via Action Video Games Playing
Bebar Remonda 2018 MSc Abstracts Diglossia and the Understanding of Science Concepts by Arab Junior High School Students Using Literary and Spoken Arabic
Abuhatsira Eitan 2018 MSc Abstracts The Relationship Between Smartphone Use and Learning Achievement by Israeli High School Students
Segal Nir 2017 MSc Abstracts Consolidation of motor memory in a motor task and mathematical task,with theta neurofeedback
Garah Lulu 2017 MSc Abstracts Implicit Vs. Explicit Physics Knowledge: Brain responses to naive concepts on the motion of the pendulum
Abu Salman Issam 2016 MSc Abstracts Cognitive Performance after Neurofeedback training of Upper alpha: Changes in Mental Rotation Abilities
Bursky-Tammam Nina 2015 MSc Abstracts The Power of Words: The Role of Verbalization in the Learning of Physics
Zarytsky-Vashuk Katrin 2008 MSc Abstracts Physics Learning and Sensory Interaction: The Case of Kinematics and Dynamics
Abdu Hisham 2007 MSc Abstracts Heuristics for Decision-Making in Virtual Reality, Based on Visual and Haptic Cues
Be'eri Avital 2006 MSc Abstracts Choosing Authentic Problems by Learners as Leveraging Meaningful Learning
Shpigler Shabtai 2005 MSc Abstracts Aspects of Decision Making and Skill Development in Touch-Typing Learning
Baratz Robert 2001 MSc Changes in the Characteristics of Arguments on Problem Solving by Science and Technology Students
Shehadeh Shehadeh 1999 MSc Understanding the "Quantum" Concept by Advanced Physics Students
Eshach Haim 1995 MSc Discussion in Class as a Reflection of Change in Student's Concepts of Optical Images
Birnboim Irit 2009 MSc Abstracts Eearly Cortical Bi-and Tri-Modal Interactions are Evoked in a Virtual Reality World
Dikovsky Larisa 2009 MSc Abstracts Neurophysiological Correlates of Inconsistencies and Breaks in Presence in Virtual Environment