Dr. Ephraim Grossman

Dr.

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Born: January 15, 1967

Place of Birth: New York, NY, U.S.A

Arrival in Israel:1969

Married. Four children

Present address: 24 Shivtei Israel st. Modi'in, Israel 71724

 

Education

1973-1982 Local elmentary and junior high schools

1982-1985 10th & 12th grades – Kfar Haroe Yeshva High School

1983-1984 11th grade (L6) – King David High School Liverpool, England

1985-1991 Combined Compulsory service and religious studies

1991-1995 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Department of Psychology

B.A. granted 1996

1995- Present Bar Ilan University Department of Psychology

M.A. granted 1998.

Thesis Title: "Directed Forgetting in Everyday Life"

Bar Ilan University Department of Psychology

Ph.D granted 2006.

Ph.D. Dissertation Title: “Sleep Inertia for a Variety of Tasks

After Awakening from Normal Sleep and Recovery Sleep after

Sleep Deprivation

 

Employment

1995-1997 Elementary School Teacher, Mohliver School, Beni Brak

1997 - Present Statistics advisor and Assistant Lecturer, The Interdisciplinary

Department of Social Sciences, Bar Ilan University

1997-1999 'Research Evaluation' Research Coordinator for the Jewish Agency

Education Department 'Recreation Modules' Program

1998-2005 Lecturer of Introductory Psychology and Introductory Statistics at

Various Teachers and Nurseing Colleges (yearly or semesterial

appointment)

2000 Lecturer of Research Methods & SPSS Statistical Package, Yehuda &

Shomron College, Ariel

2003 - Present Educational Psychology Resident, City of Jerusalem Psychological

Service

2006 – 2008 Lecturer of Research Methods & Introductory Statistics courses,

MIVHAR College, Beni-Brak

 

Publications

Publications

R. Rosenbluth, E. S. Grossman, M. Kaitz (2000). Performance of

early-blind and sighted children on olfactory tasks. Perception 29, 101-110.

E. S., Grossman (2004). Alertness and Performance During Sustained

Emergencies. Megamot 43, 577-588. (Hebrew).

M. Kaitz, Y. Bar-Haim, M. Lehrer, E. S. Grossman (2004). Adult

attachment style and interpersonal distance. Attach Hum Dev. 3, 285-304.

Papers and Posters Presented at Conferences

E. S., Grossman and H. Babkoff. Recovery from Sleep Inertia in

Young Adults. Poster presented at the Focus on Respiratory Care and Sleep

Medicine. Cleveland Oh. Apr. 7-9 2005. (Awarded first prize on poster

presentation contest)

E. S., Grossman and H. Babkoff. Poster presented at the AASM 9th

convention. Baltimore Md. June. 7-12 2008.

M. Sofer, D. Grosman and E. S. Grossman. "The Communal and

Renewing Kibbutz: Ideology, Management and Institutional Change." –

Lecture presented at an international workshop entitled 'Rural Cooperation in

the 21st Century: Lessons from the Past, Pathways to the Future'. Rehovot,

Israel, June 15-17, 2009.

E. S., Grossman and H. Babkoff. Sleep Inertia: A Field Study. Poster

presented at The 20th Congress of the European Sleep Research society.

Lisbon, Portugal 14 -18 September 2010.

E. S., Grossman and H. Babkoff. Aging, Performance and Subjective

Sleepiness under Normal and Sleep Deprived Conditions. Poster presented at

The 20th Congress of the European Sleep Research society. Lisbon, Portugal

14 -18 September 2010.

E. Ben-Artzi, E. S. Grossman, and H. Babkoff. Age and short term

sleep deprivation. Poster presented at The 52nd Annual Meeting of the

Psychonomic Society. Seattle, Washington, 3 -6 November 2011.

Grants & Awards

E.S. Grossman and H. Babkoff. The Effects of Steep Body

Temperature Change on Sleep Quality. Study sponsored by MyZeo Research

Center 2011.

E.S. Grossman and H. Babkoff. Objective and Subjective Sleep. Study

sponsored by MyZeo Research Center 2011.

Invited lectures

Bar-Ilan University, The Interdisciplinary Department of Social

Sciences, Annual Conference of the Phoenix Road Safety Program: Driving

Performance under the Influence of Sleep Inertia. Aug. 26th 2006.

Ministry of Internal Security, Meeting of the High Command of the

Israel Traffic Police, Neurim Campus, Netanya. Sleep Deprivation and Sleep

Inertia and their Influence on Driving Performance. Sep. 6th 2006.

Appointments

Member of an academic committee for examining the curriculum of

The Interdisciplinary Department of Social Sciences. Oct. – Nov. 2007.

 

Research

1. The difference in subjective and objective measures during sleep
2. The effect of passive body heating during sleep
3. Emotions and skillsets (in collaboration with Dr. Hoffman)