ACMBB

 

THE ARAB CENTER  ​FOR 

MIND, BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR

Dr. Deia Ganayim​
 

The chairperson of ACMBB. He is a neuro-cognitive researcher, clinical neuropsychologist, educational psychologist and learning disabilities expert.

Arabic and Numbers​
 

Arabic speakers compare two-digit numbers differently. The reason is reading the units first and the decades second. see Japanese Psychological Research, 56(2), 153-167.

Arabic and Text Layout​
 

Arabic Texts with one column are the most efficient for reading comprehension. The inter-line spacing has no effect. The reason is the conncetedness of the Arabic script. see Human Factors, 55(2), 323-332.

Eyes and Words in Arabic​
 

Efficient visual word recognition in Arabic occurs when the eyes fall on the word center. The reason is the high acuity in the eye fovea. see upcoming press.

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