Naama Mayseless is a postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Allan Reiss in the Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research (CiBSR) at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Mayseless obtained her Bachelor degree in Physics (2004) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a Research Master in Neuroscience (2007) from Haifa University (Israel). She obtained a PhD in Social Psychology from Haifa University (Israel) in 2015 for her work on the neuroscience of creative ability.
Currently, Dr. Mayseless is conducting research on a brain-based model of team interactivity which incorporates brain-to-brain synchrony related to team collaboration. A goal of this work is to create an inter-brain synchrony model of team collaboration that can inform successful team collaborations. In addition, Dr. Mayseless is conducting research on the neuro-developmental trajectories of creativity and its relation to humor and mathematical ability.
Doctor of Philosophy, University Of Haifa (2015)
Master of Arts, University Of Haifa (2007)
Bachelor of Arts, Hebrew University Of Jerusalem (2004)