Completed her graduate studies at Hebrew University, where she studied under Prof. Noomi Katz, the founder of cognitive rehabilitation studies in Israel. Her main field of research relates to neurocognitive rehabilitation and is dedicated to understanding cognitive deficits in the context of real-world outcomes within a bio-psycho-social model of health. Her research includes the development of assessment and treatment protocols for individuals with acquired and developmental neurocognitive deficits across the lifespan. Prof. Maeir currently serves as the Director of the School of Occupational Therapy of the Hebrew University Faculty of Medicine and is the Chair of its graduate program.
Ecological validity of performance-based executive function measures in populations with neurological involvement
||Awareness of functional disabilities in populations with acquired brain injury: metacognitive knowledge and online awareness|
||Effectiveness of cognitive-functional training in populations with acquired brain injury|
||Effectiveness of cognitive training for executive dysfunction in individuals with ADHD|
Effectiveness of cognitive training for adults with ADHD
Books and Chapters in Books
Katz, N., & Hartman-Maeir, A. (2005). Higher level cognitive functions enabling engagement in occupation. (Ch 1. pp3-26). In N. Katz, (Ed.), Cognition and Occupation across the Life Span. Bethesda MD: AOTA.