Meyrav Gaziel-Guttman is a Ph.D. candidate at The Jim Joseph Faculty of Education, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. She received her Master's Degree (2012) from the Psychology Department at Bar-Ilan university. Her graduate subprogram was Brain and cognitive psychology. Mrs. Gaziel-Guttman was enrolled in The President's Scholarship program for Outstanding Doctoral Fellows at Bar-Ilan University. These days, she is working on her doctoral research supervised by Prof. Nira Mashal and Dr. David Anaki at the Cognitive Neuropsychology Laboratory. She investigates the effect of sensory dysregulation and pragmatic language difficulties on social anxiety among adults with high functioning autism through neural and behavioral measures.