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Nitzan Ganor Moscovitz is a graduate of the Clinical Neuropsychology Master's program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Her research investigated the effects of food-related stimuli on inhibition in high vs. low restrained eaters. During her M.A studies, Nitzan was a practicant in neuropsychology at the rehabilitation hospital "Reuth". These days, Nitzan is a clinical neuropsychology intern at the Sheba medical hospital.
Ganor-Moscovitz, N., Weinbach, N., Canetti, L., & Kalanthroff, E. (2018). The effect of food-related stimuli on inhibition in high vs. low restrained eaters. Appetite, 131, 53-58.