Senior lecturer and cognitive psychologist, specializing in attention and memory processes while focusing on retrieval processes and memory block. Eyal holds a PhD from Tel Aviv University in the topic of divided attention during encoding and retrieval holds. He gained his MA (magna cum laude) from the Psychology Department of Tel Aviv University, and his BA from the Social Sciences Department in Ben Gurion University. Recently, Eyal has been specializing in diagnosis and treatment for increasing awareness for support of memory processes among students with learning disorders and students experiencing difficulties, using the mindfulness technique. In his complex experiment research, he is examining the effect of mindfulness on the creation of false memories. In addition, his research focuses on the issue of balance and body/mind relationships. Eyal is a lecturer (ranked as excellent) of BA Social Sciences courses in Peres Academic Center.
Dr. Eyal Rosenstreich
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