PUBLICATIONS 

  1. ​Gilat,S., Adam,D.,: Body surface potential maps compression by two-level thresholding. XVI IEEE-Israel National Conf. pp. 2.4.5.1-2.5.4.5 March 1989.
     

  2. Adam,D., Gilat,S.,:Compression of surface body potential maps and estimation of their dynamic changes. Computers in Cardiology. IEEE, Computer Society Press, Maryland Sep. pp.49-54, 1988.
     

  3. Adam,D., Gilat,S., Sideman,S.,:Body surface potential maps. classification by center of mass luci. Computers in Cardiology. IEEE, Computer Society Press, Maryland Sep. pp.192-198, 1988.
     

  4. Adam,D. , Gilat,S., Sideman,S., : Time-dependent clinical indices of body surface potential maps.XI International Conference of IEEE-  EMBS, Seatle, WA, pp. 215-216, November 1989.
     

  5. Gilat,S., Adam,D.,: Conservation and characterization of spatial features in a new method of data compression for body surface potential maps. Med. and Biol. Eng. and Comput. 1991.
     

  6. Adam,D., Gilat,S., : Classification of pathologies by reduced sequential potential maps. Med. and Biol. Eng. and Comput. 1991.
     

  7. Attias,J., Bleich,A., Gilat,S.,: Diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder using P3 to combat-related stimuli. Submitted to American Journal of Psychiatry, 1993.
     

  8. Attias,J., Bleich,A., Gilat,S.,: Classification of Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder using Visual Brain Evoked P3s Traumatic stimuli. British Journal of Psychiatry (1996), 168, 95/167/1
     

  9. Attias,J., Bleich,A., Gilat,S.,: Differential diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder using P3 to combat-related stimuli. Presented in the 11th International Congress of EMG and Clinical Neurophysiology, Jerusalem, -12 June, 1992.
     

  10. Maimon,N., Grunau,R., Cepeda,I., Friger,M., Selnovik,L; Gilat,S., Shany,E.,: Electroencephalographic Activity in Response to Procedural Pain in Preterm Infants Born at 28 and 33 Weeks Gestational Age The Clinical Journal of Pain.
     

  11. Henkin,Y., Yaar-Soffer,Y., Gilat,S., Muchnik,C.,: Auditory Conflict Processing: Behavioral and Electrophysiologic Manifestations of the Stroop Effect. J Am Acad Audiol 21:474–486 (2010).
     

  12. Shany E. , Meledin I., Gilat S., Yogev H., Golan A., Berger I. :In and ex utero maturation of premature infants electroencephalographic indices. Clinical Neurophysiology 125 (2014) 270-276.
     

  13. Henkin,Y, Yaar-Sofer,Y, Gilat,S., Muchnik.C.: Auditory conflict processing: behavioral and electrophsiologic manifestations of stroop effect. J. Am. Acad. Audiol. (2010), 21 (7), 474-486.
     

  14. Shany E., Gilat S.: Electroencephalographic Activity in Response to Procedural Pain in Preterm Infants Born at 28 and 33 Weeks Gestational Age. Clinical Neurophysiology 2013.
     

  15. Rachmiel, M., Cohen.M., Heymen,E., Lezinger,I., Inbar,D., Gilat,S., Bistritzer,T., Leshem,G., Kan-Dror,E., Lahat,E., Ekstein,D.,: Acute hyperglycemia in type 1 diabetes mellitus is associated with simultaneous 2 changes in electrical brain activity. Diabate Care, Hyperglycemia and brain activity in diabetes.
     

  16. Heyman,E., Gilat,S., Lahat,E., Levin,N., Sheinberg,R., Berkovitch, M., Gandelman-Marton,R., :The effect of levetiracetam on the interictal electroencephalogram in children with refractory epilepsy. a Research Article.​
     

  17. Shany,E., Berger,I., Goldberg,O., Karplus,M., Gilat,S.,   Benzaquen,O, Yogev,Y., Shalev,R., :Do Prenatal Corticosteroids Affect Brain Maturation of the Premature Infant? An Electroencephalography Study. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience1–9 © EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS) 2016 Reprints and permissions: agepub.com/journals Permissions.navDOI: 10.1177 /1550059416643202 eeg.sagepub.com.​
     

  18. Meledin,I., Abu Tailakh,M,, Gilat,S., Yogev,H., Golan,A., Novack,V., Shany,E., : Comparison of Amplitude-Integrated EEG and Conventional EEG in a Cohort of Premature Infants. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience 1–9 c EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS) 2016.

  19. Maimon,N., Ruth E. Gruman,I., Cepeda,L., Friger,M., Selnovik,L, Gilat,S., Shany,E., : Electroencephalographic Activity in Response to Procedural Pain in Preterm Infants Born at 28 and 33 Weeks Gestational Age. Clin J Pain 2013;00:000–000.

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