My early research has mainly concerned psychophysics, whereas my more recent research is increasingly concerned with cognitive processes. Am I a psychophysicist turned cognitive psychologist? Hardly. Apart from a sustained interest in psychophysics, my research in cognitive psychology is informed by a strong influence of psychophysical methods and ideas. My overall research outlook faithfully reflects the confluence of domains and inspiration of my mentors, teachers, and colleagues at Yale and Bar-Ilan (see Genealogy).
- Selective attention and Stroop and Garner effects
- Numerical cognition
- Classic and emotional Stroop effects
- Integration and sensory and cognitive processes in perception and memory
- Memory psychophysics
- Psychophysical scaling
- Sensory processes