Mor Regev’s research explores how the human brain represents the internal experience of sounds. In her neuroimaging and behavioural studies, she uses realistic stimuli (such as narratives and melodies) that contain rich auditory information that unfolds over time. Her recent work investigates the neural processing of auditory content, whether it is presented externally and modified by internal goals, or generated internally and imitates perception.
Tannenbaum Postdoctoral Fellow Azrieli Program in Brain, Mind & Consciousness
McGill UniversityMontreal Neurological Institute
PhD Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience Princeton University
B.Sc. Psychobiology Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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