תחילת דף אינטרנט, לחץ אנטר כדי לעבור לאזור תוכן מרכזי

Lecturer Galit Yogev-Seligmann (PhD)

galit.yogev@gmail.com

Phone: +972-4-8288-390

Office: Eshkol tower, 9th Floor, Room 907

Reception hours: By appointment By appointment

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Ouccupational Therapy

 

My lab deals with two distinct research areas:

1.  The role of attention and other cognitive function in human motor performance and risk of falling- in older adults, patients with Parkinson's disease and other neurological patients

2.  Self-management in chronic coditions, in particular in neurological patients and its relation to health outcomes. The concept of self-management in chronic conditions is gaining momentum over the world, little is known about barriers to self-management behaviors in neurological patients.  Our studies are exploring barriers and patterns of  self-management  behaviors and their associations to  health outcomes in patients with neurological conditions

 

 

  1. Hausdorff JM, Yogev G, Springer S, Simon ES, Giladi N. Walking is more like catching than tapping: gait in the elderly as a complex cognitive task. Experimental Brain Research. 2005; 164(4):541-8. IF-2.11 rank 112/200 Q3 Neurosciences
  2. Yogev G, Giladi N, Peretz C, Springer S, Simon ES, Hausdorff JM. Dual tasking, gait rhythmicity, and Parkinson's disease: which aspects of gait are attention demanding? European Journal of Neuroscience. 2005; 22(5):1248-56. IF-3.94 rank 48/200 Q1 Neurosciences
  3. Hausdorff JM, Yogev G. Cognitive function may be important for fall injury prevention trials. Journal of the American Geriatric Society. 2006; 54(5):865. IF-3.36  rank 1/22 Q1 Gerontology
  4. Springer S, Giladi N, Peretz C, Yogev G, Simon ES, Hausdorff JM. Dual-tasking effects on gait variability: The role of aging, falls, and executive function. Movement Disorders. 2006; 21(7):950-957. IF-3.32 rank 24/147 Q1 Clinical Neurology.
  5. Hausdorff JM, Doniger GM, Springer S, Yogev G, Simon ES, Giladi N. A common cognitive profile in elderly fallers and in patients with Parkinson's disease: the prominence of impaired executive function and attention. Experimental Aging Research. 2006; 32(4):411-29. Erratum in: Experimental Aging Research. 2007; 33(1):121. IF- 1.14 rank 50/61 Q4 Psychology
  6. Yogev Galit, Meir Plotnik, Chava Peretz, Nir Giladi, Jeffrey M. Hausdorff. Gait asymmetry in patients with Parkinson’s disease and elderly fallers: when does the bilateral coordination of gait require attention? Experimental Brain Research. 2007; 177(3):336-46. IF-2.02 rank 129/211 Q3 Neurosciences
  7. Hausdorff JM, Schweiger A, Herman T, Yogev-Seligmann G, Giladi N. Dual-task decrements in gait: contributing factors among healthy older adults. The Journals of Gerontology. 2008; 63(12):1335-43. IF 4.00 rank 7/36 Q1 Geriatrics and Gerontology
  8. Yogev-Seligmann G, Hausdorff JM, Giladi N. The role of executive function and attention in gait (Review). Movement Disorders. 2008; 23(3):329-42; quiz 472. Review.  IF-3.89  rank 21/156 Q1 Clinical Neurology
  9. Yogev- Seligmann G, Rotem- Galili Y, Mirelman A, Dickstein R, Giladi N, Hausdorff JM. How does explicit prioritization alter walking during dual tasking? Age and gender effects on gait speed and variability, Physical Therapy 2010; 90(2):177-86.  IF-64  rank 7/61 Q1 Rehabilitation
  10. Orit Segev-Jacubovski, Talia Herman, Galit Yogev-Seligmann, Anat Mirelman, Nir Giladi and Jeffrey M Hausdorff. The interplay between gait, falls and cognition: can cognitive therapy reduce fall risk? Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics 2011; 11(7) 1057-1075. IF-3.14 (2016) rank 64/194 Q2 Clinical Neurology
  11. Galit Yogev-Seligmann, Nir Giladi ,Marina Brozgol, Jeffrey M. Hausdorff. A Training Program to Improve Gait while Dual Tasking in Patients with Parkinson’s disease: A pilot study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2012. 93: 176-181. IF-2.35 rank 9/64 Q1 Rehabilitation
  12. Galit Yogev-Seligmann, Yael Rotem-Galili, Ruth Dickstein, Nir Giladi, Jeffrey M. Hausdorff. Effects of Explicit Prioritization on Dual Task Walking in Patients with Parkinson’s disease: Is Flexibility intact? Gait Posture. 2012. 35(4): 641-646. IF-1.96 rank 182/252 Q3 Neurosciences
  13. Galit Yogev- Seligmann, Jeffrey M. Hausdorff, Nir Giladi. Do we always prioritize balance when walking? Towards an integrated model of task prioritization. Movement disorders. IF- 4.55 rank 24/193 Q1 Clinical Neurology
  14. Yogev-Seligmann GGiladi NGruendlinger LHausdorff JM. The contribution of postural control and bilateral coordination to the impact of dual tasking on gait. Exp Brain Res. 226(1):81-93. IF- 2.16 rank 171/252 Q3 Neurosciences.
  15. =Oren N, Yogev-Seligmann G, Ash E, Hendler T, Giladi N, Lerner Y. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment in Cognitively-intact Elderly: A Case for Age-adjusted Cutoffs. J Alzheimers Dis. 2015 43(1) 19-22. IF-3.92 rank 68/256 Q2 Neurosciences.
  16. Springer S, Yogev Seligmann G. Validity of the Kinect for Gait Assessment: A Focused Review. Sensors 2016, 16 (2), 194; doi:10.3390/s16020194 IF-2.67 rank 10/58 Q1 Instrument and Instrumentation.
  17. Yogev-Seligmann G, Kodesh E. The Effect of External and Internal Focus of Attention on Gait Variability in Older Adults.  Journal of motor behavior 2016, 49(2) 179-184. IF 1.32 rank 55/77 Q3 Psychology
  1. Yogev-Seligmann G, Oren N, Ash E, Hendler T,  Giladi N, Lerner Y. Altered Topology of Auditory Information Processing in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment.  J Alzheimers Dis. 2016 53 (2) 517-533.  IF- 3.73 rank 77/259 Q2 Neurosciences.
  2. Bleich-Cohen M; Solnik-Knirsh S; Yogev-Seligmann G; Eisenstein T;  Madah W; Shamir A ; Hendler H; Kremer I; Lerner y. Abnormal neural hierarchy in processing of verbal information in patients with schizophrenia (30 pages). Neuroimage Clin. 2018; 17: 1047–1060. IF-4.34 rank 3/14 Q1 Neuroimaging.
  3. Eisensteina, T*, Yogev-Seligmann G*, Ash E, Giladi N, Sharon H, Nachman S, Hendler T, Lerner Y. Maximal Aerobic Capacity is Associated with Hippocampal Cognitive Reserve in Older Adults with Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment Under revision