Researcher interests: Developmental versus adult brain plasticity. The flexible brain as a task machine. Visual rehabilitation. Sensory substitution and sensory augmentation. Brain imaging. Multisensory integration.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Medicine - IMRIC
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Selected Publications

Amir Amedi, avinoam safran, christophe habas, josealain sahel, norman sabbah, saddek mohandsaid, shir hofstetter
the development of white matter structural changes during the process of deterioration of the visual field (2019)| Scientific Reports| Read more
Amir Amedi, benedetta heimler, galit buchs
the effect of irrelevant environmental noise on the performance of visual to auditory sensory substitution devices used by blind adults (2019)| Multisensory Research| Read more
Amir Amedi, daniel chebat, shachar maidenbaum
human navigation without and with vision the role of visual experience and visual regions (2018)| bioRxiv| Read more
Amir Amedi, benedetta heimler, francesco pavani
implications of cross modal and intramodal plasticity for the education and rehabilitation of deaf children and adults (2018)| | Read more
Amir Amedi, serge dumoulin, shir hofstetter, wietske zuiderbaan
the mapping and reconstruction of the brain s mind eye in the absence of visual experience a population receptive field mapping of soundscape space (2018)| Journal of Vision| Read more
Amir Amedi, benedetta heimler, danielrobert chebat, shir hofsetter
the implications of brain plasticity and task selectivity for visual rehabilitation of blind and visually impaired individuals (2018)| | Read more
Amir Amedi, danielrobert chebat, maurice ptito, ron kupers, shachar maidenbaum, vanessa harrar
sensory substitution and the neural correlates of navigation in blindness (2018)| | Read more
Amir Amedi, danielrobert chebat, shachar maidenbaum
the transfer of non visual spatial knowledge between real and virtual mazes via sensory substitution (2017)| 2017 International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation (ICVR)| Read more
Amir Amedi, benedetta heimler, shachar maidenbaum, shir hofstetter
task selectivity as a comprehensive principle for brain organization (2017)| Trends in Cognitive Sciences| Read more
Amir Amedi, Daniel Zoran, Uri Hertz, Yair Weiss
fmri dependent components analysis reveals dynamic relations between functional large scale cortical networks (2016)| bioRxiv| Read more
waist up protection for blind individuals using the eyecane as a primary and secondary mobility aid ()| Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience| Read more

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