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Michoel Moshel

Michoel is a provisional psychologist studying his Masters and PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology. Michoel has experience working with adult, child, and incarcerated populations including those with dementia, neurodevelopmental disorders, mental health disorders and obesity across a range of clinical, research, and outreach settings. Michoel is passionate about using Clinical Neuropsychology to assist in intervention, remediation, and community reintegration. Michoel’s research centres on screen addictions, specifically on the neuroanatomical and neuropsychological aspects of internet and gaming addictions, as well as designing intervention programs to help curb dependence. On the side, Michoel works as an academic tutor teaching university-level psychology and neuroscience. Michoel has had work published in peer-reviewed journals and has presented at national conferences.

Tertiary Qualifications

PhD/ Masters Clinical Neuropsychology Student, Macquarie University

Psych, Hons 1, University of Sydney 2019

BSc, University of Melbourne 


Dakin, B. C., Ching, A. E., Teperman, E., Klebl, C., Moshel, M., & Bastian, B. (2021). Prescribing vegetarian or flexitarian diets leads to a sustained reduction in meat intake. Appetite, 164, 105285.

Moshel, M. L., Robinson, A., Carlson, T. A., & Grootswagers, T. (2020). Are you for real? Decoding hyperrealistic AI-generated faces from neural activity. PsyArXiv. 10.31234/osf.io/986ke (in review)

Work History

2020-: Clinical Neuropsychology Test Administrator
Dr Susan Pulman and Associates, Forensic and Clinical Neuropsychologists

2020-: Academic Tutor
Macquarie University

2016- 2018: Research Assistant
University of Melbourne

2015- 2016: Program Administrator

2013-2013: Research Assistant
The Melabev Institute for Dementia and Alzheimer’s


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