Daniel-Robert Chebat

Postdoctoral research in Neurobiology
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Research Topic: Neural Correlates of Real and Virtual Navigation in the Blind using Auditory and Tactile Sensory Substitution Devices.
Daniel is Currently holding a research position at Ariel University in the Dept. of Behavioral Sciences
  

Journals:

Chebat DR, Schneider FC, Kupers R, Ptito M. 2011. Navigation with a sensory substitution device in congenitally blind individuals. Neuroreport. 22(7):342-7.

Chebat DR, Schneider  F.C.,  Paulson OB, Kupers R., Ptito M. 2010.  Neural correlates of obstacle detection and avoidance in congenital blindness. (accepted for publication Neuroreport).

Chebat DR, Kupers R, Madsen K, Paulson OB, Christensen R & Ptito M. 2010. Neural correlates of virtual route recognition in congenital blindness. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107: 12716-12721.

Chebat DR, Rainville C, Kupers R, & Ptito M. 2007. Tactile-'visual' acuity of the tongue in early blind individuals. Neuroreport, 18(18):1901-1904.

• Chebat JC, Morrin M, & Chebat DR. 2007. Does age attenuate the impact of pleasant ambient scent on consumer response?. Environment and Behaviour. 41(2):258-267.

Chebat DR, Chen JK, Ptito A, & Schneider FC, Kupers R, Ptito M. 2006. Alterations in right posterior hippocampus in early blind subjects. Neuroreport, 18(4):329-33.

Chebat DR, Boire D, & Ptito M. 2006. Development of the commissure of the superior colliculus in the hamster. Journal of Comparative Neurology. 494(6):887-902.


Chapter in Book:

• Ptito M, Chebat DR, & Kupers R, The blind get a taste of Vision. In:  Martin Grumwald editor. Human Haptic Perception – basics and applications‏, 2008. 481-490 p.

Article in PLos1 Magazine: