Tamar Matz Vaisman
Tamar is a PhD student examining the association between family accommodation of RRBs with phenotypic heterogeneity over time. A recipient of Hebrew University's Presidential Fellowship, Tamar completed her MA in special education with a focus on autism at Bar Ilan University and her special education teaching certificate at Haifa University. Tamar has worked with autistic children and their families in schools, research projects, interventions, and diagnostic capacities. Tamar is originally from Boston, MA, and wouldn't mind a little foliage and snow in Tel Aviv sometimes.
Recent Presentations and Publications
Matz Vaisman, T., Graucher, T., & Koller, J. (2023). Parental characteristics and coping among families of autistic children. International Society for Autism Research. Stockholm, Sweden.