Tamar Weiss
Tamar Weiss
Professor of Occupational Therapy
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Innovative technology-based interventions for autism spectrum disorders: a meta-analysis
O Grynszpan, PL Weiss, F Perez-Diaz, E Gal
Autism 18 (4), 346-361, 2014
Video capture virtual reality as a flexible and effective rehabilitation tool
PL Weiss, D Rand, N Katz, R Kizony
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 1 (1), 1-12, 2004
Product and process evaluation of handwriting difficulties
S Rosenblum, PL Weiss, S Parush
Educational psychology review 15 (1), 41-81, 2003
Emergence of virtual reality as a tool for upper limb rehabilitation: incorporation of motor control and motor learning principles
MF Levin, PL Weiss, EA Keshner
Physical therapy 95 (3), 415-425, 2015
Virtual reality in neurorehabilitation
PL Weiss, R Kizony, U Feintuch, N Katz
Textbook of neural repair and rehabilitation 51 (8), 182-97, 2006
Human ankle joint stiffness over the full range of muscle activation levels
PL Weiss, IW Hunter, RE Kearney
Journal of biomechanics 21 (7), 539-544, 1988
Interactive virtual environment training for safe street crossing of right hemisphere stroke patients with unilateral spatial neglect
N Katz, H Ring, Y Naveh, R Kizony, U Feintuch, PL Weiss
Disability and rehabilitation 27 (20), 1235-1244, 2005
The Sony PlayStation II EyeToy: low-cost virtual reality for use in rehabilitation
D Rand, R Kizony, PTL Weiss
Journal of neurologic physical therapy 32 (4), 155-163, 2008
Position dependence of ankle joint dynamics—I. Passive mechanics
PL Weiss, RE Kearney, IW Hunter
Journal of biomechanics 19 (9), 727-735, 1986
Virtual reality provides leisure time opportunities for young adults with physical and intellectual disabilities
PL Weiss, P Bialik, R Kizony
CyberPsychology & Behavior 6 (3), 335-342, 2003
Adapting an immersive virtual reality system for rehabilitation
R Kizony, N Katz, PL Weiss
The Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation 14 (5), 261-268, 2003
Effectiveness of virtual reality for teaching street-crossing skills to children and adolescents with autism
N Josman, HM Ben-Chaim, S Friedrich, PL Weiss
International Journal on Disability and Human Development 7 (1), 49-56, 2008
Computerized temporal handwriting characteristics of proficient and non-proficient handwriters
S Rosenblum, S Parush, PL Weiss
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy 57 (2), 129-138, 2003
Enhancing social communication of children with high-functioning autism through a co-located interface
E Gal, N Bauminger, D Goren-Bar, F Pianesi, O Stock, M Zancanaro
Ai & Society 24 (1), 75-84, 2009
Validation of the Virtual MET as an assessment tool for executive functions
D Rand, SBA Rukan, PL Weiss, N Katz
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 19 (4), 583-602, 2009
Video-capture virtual reality system for patients with paraplegic spinal cord injury.
R Kizony, L Raz, N Katz, H Weingarden, PLT Weiss
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 42 (5), 2005
Virtual reality rehabilitation for all: Vivid GX versus Sony PlayStation II EyeToy
D Rand, R Kizony, PL Weiss
5th Intl. Conf. On Disability, Virtual Environments and Assoc. Technologies …, 2004
Training multitasking in a virtual supermarket: A novel intervention after stroke
D Rand, PL Weiss, N Katz
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy 63 (5), 535-542, 2009
Design and testing of a virtual environment to train stroke patients with unilateral spatial neglect to cross a street safely.
PL Weiss, Y Naveh, N Katz
Occupational therapy international 10 (1), 2003
Handwriting evaluation for developmental dysgraphia: Process versus product
S Rosenblum, PL Weiss, S Parush
Reading and writing 17 (5), 433-458, 2004
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