פרופ' רוני גבע

פרופ'
פרופ' מן המניין
גבע רוני
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קורות חיים

 

Degree

Field

Institution

B.A.

Communication disorders

Tel Aviv University

M.A

Communication disorders

Tel Aviv University

Ph.D.

Neuropsychology-clinical tract

City University of New York

Post Doc

Child Development

Sourasky medical center

 

ACADEMIC AFFILATIONS/APPOINTMENTS

2015 PI, Diagnostic Revision of IDF candidate's evaluation, EF module
2014-todate Associate Editor, Infancy Journal, The official Journal of the International Society of Infant Studies

2014

Member of the MAMDA's think-tank committee revising the IDF psychological evaluation protocol of Candidates for army service

2012

 

Springer editorial board member of the Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning

2012

Springer editorial board member of the Handbook of Growth and Growth Monitoring in Health and Disease Editorial Board

2008

Member of the reviewing panel of Health Issues of the International Society for Research of Child Development

2007

Accredited ARID member and certified in administration of the Griffiths Mental Development scales, London, UK

2007-

Reviewer of grant applications: GIF; BSF; ISF

2006

Reviewer of international Journals: Pediatrics, Journal of Pediatrics, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology; European Review of Applied Psychology, Child Neuropsychology, Developmental Neuropsychology, Brain Research; Personality and Individual Differences; Personality and Individual Differences, European Journal of Child Neurology; Journal of Pediatric Neurology, Journal of International Neuropsychology Society

2005-2010

 

Member of the Steering committee for development of the intelligence test WISC-IV Heb version

2005-

 

Member of the Psychology department committee for Research Development

2005-

 

Member of Bashaar : Scientific Community  for the Society in Israel

 

1999

 

Accredited Specialist in Developmental Psychology, Israel Psychological Association (IPA)

1996-

 

Member of the Israeli Psychological Association

1996-

 

Member of the International Society of Research in Child Development (SRCD); International Society For Infant Studies (ISIS), International Neuropsychology Society (INS)

1995-1998

 

Neuropsychological consultant to research funded by the NIH, Awarded to Gardner & Karmel

 

1992-1994

 

Clinical neuropsychological extern at Mount Sinai Hospital, NY; Allen Pavilion, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, NY; Manhattan Learning Center, N.Y.; and the Institute for Head Injury, NJ

1983-1989

 

Speech & hearing clinician, Sourasky Medical Center, Tel-Aviv University

1977-1979

 

Psychometric diagnostician and interviewer, IDF

 

AWARDS/GRANT/HONORS

 

1989

Merit award for excellence in studies towards the MA, School of Communication disorders, Sackler school of Medicine

1989

Helena Rubinstein Fellowship (Tuition Award)

1990-1994

US-Israel Fulbright Scholar                   

2008

Recipient of the Dolores Luiz Prize for best original research from the Association for Research in Infant and Child Association

2012

Co-Recipient of 1st prize for best poster at the 24th meeting by the European Academy of Childhood Disability. 

2014

Mentored the recipient of the Mary Korkman inaugural award in Pediatric neuropsychology of the International society of neuropsychology (INS)

2015

Mentored the recipient of the Falling Walls, 3rd prize winner

 

 

 

פירסומים

 

INVITED CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

1)      Gardner, J. M., Karmel, B. Z., Freedland, R. L. and Geva, R. (1998). Neonatal neurobehavioral assessment and its relation to developmental outcome in infants with CNS injury. In M. V. Perat (Ed.), New Developments in Child Neurology (83-87). Bologna, Italy: Monduzzi Editore S.P.A

2)     Geva, R., Gardner, J. M., Karmel, B. Z., Feldman, I. J., & Freedland, R. L., (1999). Inhibitory control of cocaine-exposed infants at 3 years. In L. S. Harris (Ed.), Problems of drug dependence 1998: NIDA Research Monograph, No. 179, p. 98). Washington, DC: Department of Health and Human Services.

3)     Geva R., and Feldman, R. (2008). Circadian Sleep-Wake Rhythms in Preterm Infants. In A. L. Leglise (Ed.) Progress in Circadian Rhythm Research.  NOVA science publishers, pp. 67 - 82.

4)     Geva, R. (2010). Intrauterine growth restriction. In R. D. Nass, and Y. Frank (Eds.). Cognitive and Behavioral abnormalities of Pediatric Diseases. Oxford University Press. pp. 426 - 435.

5)     Geva, R. (2012). Children Born With Intrauterine Growth Restriction: Neuropsychological outcome In Victor R. Preedy (Ed.), The Handbook of Growth and Growth Monitoring in Health and Disease, 177-192, Springer Press.

6)     Geva, R. (2012). Short Term Memory. In S. Norbert (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, 19, 3058-3061. Springer Science+ Business Media Press

7)     Geva, R., Leitner, Y., & Harel, S. (2012). In. Victor R. Preedy (Ed.), Children with Intrauterine Growth Restriction: Neurodevelopmental outcome. The Handbook of Growth and Growth Monitoring in Health and Disease, 193-208, Springer Press.

8)     Shaffer, Y., and Geva, R. (Accepted) Short and Long Term Memory in Pediatric Idiopathic Epilepsy: Functions and Effect of Interventions
Invited chapter in Long-and Short-Term Memory: Functions, Differences and Effects of Injury, NOVA publishers

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS/PERIODICALS

9)     Geva, R., Gardner, J. M. and Karmel, B. Z.  (1999). Feeding-based arousal effects on visual recognition memory in early infancy. Developmental Psychology, 35 (3), 640-650.

10)   Geva, R., Gardner J. M., and Karmel B.Z. (1998). Inhibitory control at 34 months of cocaine-exposed neonates. Infant Behavior and Development, 21, 431.

11)   Leitner, Y., Fattal-Valevski, A., Geva, R., Bassan, H., Posner, E., Kutai, M., Many, A., Yaffa, A. J., Harel S. (2000). A six year follow-up of children with intrauterine growth retardation- A long-term prospective study. Journal of Child Neurology, 15(12), 781-786.

12)   Fattal-Valevski, A., Leitner, Y., Geva, R., Bassan, H., Goez, H., Jaffa, A. J., Harel, S. (2001). The effect of intra uterine growth restriction on the development and health of Children, Nutrition & Health, 15,169-175.

13)   Geva, R., Eshel, R., Leitner, Y., Fattal-Valevski, A., & Harel, S. (2005). Prenatal diagnosis and management of intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR): A long-term prospective study on outcome and maternal coping. Infant Mental Health Journal, 26(5), 481-495

14)   Geva, R., Eshel, R., Leitner, Y., Fattal-Valevski, A., & Harel, S. (2006). Neuropsychological outcome of children with intrauterine growth restriction: A 9 Year Prospective Study. Pediatrics, 118(1), 91-100.

15)   Geva, R., Eshel,R., Leitner, Y, Fattal Valevski, A & Harel, S. (2006) Memory functions in children born with intra uterine growth restriction (IUGR). Brain Research, 1117(1), 186-194.

16)   Leitner, Y, Fattal-Valevski, A, Geva, R, Eshel, R, Toledano-Alhadef, H, Rotstein, M, Bassan, H, Radianu, B, Bitchonsky, O , Jaffa, A. J, Harel, S. (2007)  Neurodevelopmental outcome of children with intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR): A longitudinal, 10-year prospective study, Journal of Child Neurology, 22, 580-587.

17)   Geva, R., and Feldman, R. (2008). A neurobiological model for the effects of early brainstem functioning on the development of behavior and emotion regulation in infants: Implications for prenatal and perinatal risk.  In Special Issue on Pre- and Peri-natal Processes in Child Mental Health and Disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 49, 1031-1041.

18)   Geva, R., Eshel, R., Leitner, Y, Fattal-Valevski, A.,Harel, S. (2008). Verbal Short-Term Memory Span in Children: Long-term Modality Dependent Effects of Intrauterine Growth Restriction Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 49, 1321-1330.

19)  Silberstein, D, Geva, R, Feldman, R., Gardner, J. M., Karmel, B. Z., Rozen, R, and Kuint, J (2009). The transition to oral feeding in low-risk premature infants: Relation to infant neurobehavioral functioning and mother-infant feeding interaction. Early Human Development.85(3), 157-162.

20)  Geva, R., Yosipof, R., Eshel, R., Leitner, Y, Fattal-Valevski, A, Harel, S. (2009) Readiness and adjustments to school of children with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) - An extreme test case paradigm. Exceptional Children, 75(2), 211-230.

21)  Fattal-Valevski, A., Toledano-Alhadef, H., Leitner, Y., Geva, R., Eshel, R., Harel, S. (2009). Growth Patterns in Children with Intrauterine Growth Retardation and their correlation to Neurocognitive development. Journal of Child Neurology, 24, 846-851.

22)  Silberstein, D., Feldman, R., Geva, R., Gardner, J. M, Karmel, B. Z., Rozen, R., and Kuint, J. (2009). The relational basis of feeding problems in low-risk premature infants across the first year. Infancy, 14, 501-525.

23)   Geva, R, Gardner, J. M., and. Karmel, B. Z. (2010). Load and Order in Rapid Automatized Naming: A Large-Scale Prospective Study of Toddlers with Brain Injury. Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 9, 2, 166-182.

24)  Geva, R. (2010). Attention regulation deficits in infants born preterm: fetal and perinatal processes. Chinese Medical Journal, 123, S2, 250-251.

25)  Harel, H., Gordon, I., Geva, R. & Feldman, R. (2011). Gaze Behaviors of Preterm and Full Term Infants in Nonsocial and Social Contexts of Increasing Dynamics: From Visual Recognition to Gaze Synchrony. Infancy, 16(1), 69–90,

26)  Ramon, D., Geva, R., Goldstein, A. (2011). Trait and State Negative Affect Interactions Moderate Inhibitory Control Performance in Emotionally Loaded Conditions. Personality and Individual differences, 51, 95-101.

27)  Bassan, H, Stolar O, Geva, R, Eshel, R, Fattal Valevski A, Leitner A, Varon M, Yafo A, and Harel, S.  (2011). Intrauterine Growth Restriction born at Term versus Preterm; are they equal or different?  Pediatric Neurology, 44, 122-130.

28)  Artzi, M, Ben Sira, L., Bassan, H., Gross-Tsur, V., Berger, I., Marom, R., Leitner Y., Geva, R., Weinstein, M., Ben Bashat, D. (2011). Brain Diffusivity study in Infants with Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy following Whole Body Hypothermia:  Preliminary results. Journal of Child Neurology, 26, 1230-1236.

29)  Geva, R., Sopher K., Kurtzman L., Galili, G., Feldman, R., Kuint J. Neonatal brainstem dysfunction risks infant social engagement (2012). Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 8(2), 158-164.

30)  Leitner, Y., Harel, S., Geva, R., Eshel, R., Yaffo. A., Many, A. (2012). The neurocognitive outcome of IUGR children born to mother with and without preeclampsia. The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 25(11):2206-2208.

31)  Gavrilov, Y., Rotem, S., Ofek, R., and Geva, R. (2012). Socio- cultural effects on children's initiation of joint attention.  In Special research Topic on The Social Emotional Developmental and Cognitive Neuroscience of Socioeconomic Gradients: Laboratory, Population, Cross-cultural and Community Developmental Approaches. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00286

32)  Geva, R., Zivan M, Warsha, A, Olchik, D. (2013). Alerting, Orienting or Executive Attention: Differential Patterns of Pupil Dilations. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 14;7: 145.

33)  Geva, R., Yaron, H., and Kuint, J. (2013) Neonatal Sleep predicts attention orienting and distractibility. Journal of Attention disorders. DOI 10.1177/1087054713491493. 

34)  Geva, R., Schreiber, J., Segal-Caspi, L., Markus-Shiffman, M. (2013).  Neonatal brainstem dysfunction after preterm birth predicts behavioral inhibition. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 55, 802-810.

35)  Gurevitz, M., Geva, R., Varon, M., Leitner, Y. (2014). Early markers in infants and toddlers for development of ADHD. Journal of Attention disorders. 18, 14–22.

36)  Weinstein, M., Green, D., Geva, R., Schertz, M.,  Fattal-Valevski, A., Artzi, M., Myers, V., Shiran, S.,  Gordon, A., Gross-Tsur, V., Ben Bashat, D. (2014)  Interhemispheric and intrahemispheric connectivity and manual skills in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Brain Structure and Function. 219, 1025-1040. DOI 10.1007/s00429-013-0551-5

37)  Weinstein, M., Gross-Tsur, V., Leitner, Y., Berger, I., Marom, R., Geva, R., Uliel, S., Myers, V., Artzi, M., Ben Bashat, D and Ben Sira, L. (2014). Isolated mild white matter signal changes in preterm infants: A regional approach for comparison of cranial ultrasound and MRI findings. Journal of Perinatology, 34(6), 476-82.

38)   Yaakoby –Rotem, S., and Geva, R. (2014). Asymmetric attention networks: The case of children. Journal of International Neuropsychology Society. 20 (4), 434-443.

39)  Leitner, Y., Weinstein, M. Myers, V. Uliel, S. Geva, K. Berger, I. Marom, R. Ben Bashat, D., Ben-Sira, L. Geva R. and Gross-Tsur, V. (2014). Diffuse excessive high signal intensity in low-risk preterm infants at term-equivalent age does not predict outcome at 1 year: a prospective study. Neuroradiology, 56(8), 669-678.

40)  Weinstein, M., Marom, R., Berger, I., Ben-Bashat, D., Gross-Tsur, V., Ben Sira, L., Artzi, M., Uliel, S., Leitner, Y., Geva, R. (2014). Neonatal Neuropsychology: Emerging Relations of Neonatal Sensory-Motor Responses to White Matter Integrity. Neuropsychologia, 62, 209-219.

41)  Litmanovitch, E, Geva, R, Rachmiel, M. (2015) Short and Long Term Neuro-Behavioral Alterations in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Pediatric Population. World Journal of Diabetes, 15, 259-270.

42)  Orr, E and Geva, R. (2015). Symbolic Play and Language Development. Infant Behavior and Development, 38, 147-161.

43)  Schaffer, Y and Geva, R. (2015). Memory Outcomes Following Cognitive Interventions in Children with Neurological Deficits: A Review with a Focus on Under-Studied Populations. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 2:1-32.

44)  Weisman, O., Feldman, R., Burg-Malki, M., Keren, M., Geva, R., Diesendruck, G., Gothelf, D. (2015). Mother-Child Interaction as a Window to a Unique Social Phenotype in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome and in Williams Syndrome.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 03/2015; DOI:10.1007/s10803-015-2425-6.  

45)  Schaffer, Y., Ben Zeev, B., Cohen, R; Shuper, A., Geva, R. (2015). Auditory Verbal memory and Psychosocial Symptoms are related in Children with Idiopathic Epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior, 48, 53-60.

46)  Weinstein, M., Myers, V., Green, D., Schertz, M., Shiran, S.I., Geva, R., Artzi, M., Gordon, A. M., Fattal-Valevski, A., Ben Bashat, D. (2015). Brain Plasticity Following Intensive Bimanual Therapy in Children with Hemiparesis: Preliminary Evidence. Neural Plasticity 

47)  Miron, O., Ari-Even Roth, D., Gabis, L.V., Henkin, Y., Shefer, S., Dinstein, I, and Geva, R. (2015) Prolonged Auditory Brainstem Responses in Infants with Autism. Autism Research doi: 10.1002/aur.1561.

48)  Geva, R. Contemplating the GANE model using an extreme case paradigm (Accepted). Invited comment on Norepinephrine ignites local hot spots of neuronal excitation: How arousal amplifies selectivity in perception and memory. Behavioural and Brain Sciences  

49) Yarmolovsky*, J., Szwarc, T*., Schwartz, M., Tirosh, E., and Geva R. (2016).  “Hot executive control and response to a stimulant in a double-blind randomized trial in children with ADHD. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 1-10.  

50) Orr, E., and Geva, R. (2016), Talk the Walk: Does Socio-Cognitive Research Reallocation facilitate the development of walking? PlosOne, 11, 1-17.  

51) Ben Bashat, D., Weinstein, M., Ben-Sira, L., Artzi, M., Berger, I. Marom, R. Geva, R., Gross-Tsur, V., Leitner, Y. (2016), The motor and visual networks in preterm infants: an fMRI and DTI study, Brain Research, 1642, 603-611.  

52) Gat-Lazer, S.; Geva, R., Gur, E., Stein, D. (Accepted). Reward Dependence and Harm Avoidance among Patients with Binge-Purge Type Eating Disorders. European Eating Disorders Review  Schaffer*,Y., Ben-Zeev, B., Cohen, R., Shuper, A., and Geva, R., (Accepted) Memory, executive skills and psychosocial phenotype in children with pharmacoresponsive epilepsy: Reactivity to intervention. Frontiers in Neurology  

53) Geva, R., Dital, A., Ramon*, D., Yarmolovsky*, J., Gidron*, M., and Kuint, J. (Accepted). Brainstem as a developmental gateway to social attention. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry  

54) Reznikovich*, M., Morag, I., Hendel* Y., and Geva R. (Accepted). Feeding imprinting: The extreme test case of premature infants born with very low birth weight. Child Development. 

 

קורסים

COURSES TAUGHT/TEACING EXPERIENCE 

Undergraduate:

B.A: Research Practicum on self-regulation; Clinical Child Research Practicum; Seminar on Abnormal developmental processes; Clinical Child Psychology Field Practicum

Graduate:

M.A. and Ph. D: Cognitive diagnosis and evaluation; Learning Disabilities: Theoretical models and clinical implications; Developmental Neuropsychology

תחומי מחקר

 קישור למעבדה: Prof. Ronny Geva's Lab 

   

        מנחה מ.א. ודוקטורט

  • נוירופסיכולוגיה התפתחותית
  • התפתחות כישורי בקרה עצמאית
  • אימפולסיביות וקבלת החלטות
  • ויסות עצמי
  • כישורים מינהליים
  • ילדים בסיכון התפתחותי
  • בעיות קשב וריכוז
  • ליקויי למידה
  • איתור מוקדם של קשיים חברתיים-רגשיים
  • חקר עוררות רגשית
  • מבט חלון לחקירת תינוקות וילדים

 

 

 

 

הישג מחקרי

ברכות על זכייתה, יחד עם עמיתה נירית באומינגר-צביאלי, במענק מחקר מהקרן הלאומית למדע (ISF) על הצעתן בנושא: מתאום תנועתי לאינטרקציה חברתית בקרב לילדים בספקטרום האוטיסטי וילדים עם התפתחות תקינה: מודל אינטראקטיבי נוירו-חברתי, לשנים 2016-2020.

 

קרנות מחקר

1990-1994

Fellowship of Center for Developmental Disabilities/ NYS Institute for Basic Research

2002

PI: Grant from The Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Foundation (Co PIs: Weller, Feldman and Quint) on brainstem dysfunction and Language

2002-2007

 

PI: US-Israel Bi-national Science Foundation grant (Co-PIs: Feldman, Gardner & Karmel) on brainstem dysfunction and behavioral dysregulation

                                                                                                      

2005

 

Co- PI: Grant from The Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Foundation  (Co- PIs: Diesendruck, Feldman,  Gothelf & Keren) social cognition and Williams syndrome   

2005

PI: Grant from The Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Foundation on ADHD, arousal and Methylphenidate       

2006

 

Shalem foundation on the development of social competence of children diagnosed with Williams syndrome and VCF syndrome (Co-PI)

2007-2011

PI: The Israel Science Foundation on the Development of Attention Functions in Childhood                                                            

2011

Israel Science Foundation on the autonomic regulation of attention using gaze monitoring and dynamic pupilometry (PI)                                         Grade: Very good

2013

March of Dimes on Prematurity, brainstem dysfunction and social engagement risk  (PI)- Dean's preparation fund 

 

2014-2017

 

PI: Infrastructure grant of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space On Social Cognition of typical and at-risk children

 

2015

PI: IDF candidate diagnostics module, Israel Defense forces    

    

2016-2020 Co PI: ISF Motor Coordination in Children with ASD