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Philip Teitelbaum

Phone:
(352) 392-0615

Address:
Box 112250
Gainesville, FL 32611

E-Mail:
teitelb@ufl.edu

Philip Teitelbaum took his PhD degree in Physiological Psychology at Johns Hopkins University in 1954. His early work focused on the hypothalamic control of food and water intake. It showed that there are stages of recovery from such damage. These stages allowed the disentangling of the complex set of disturbances in feeding and drinking that resulted from such damage. These disturbances also included disturbances in movement that led him to study EWMN in Israel. Currently with Osnat Teitelbaum they apply the method to the study of autism and Asperger’s syndrome.


Osnat Teitelbaum

Phone:
(352) 392-0615

Address:
Box 112250
Gainesville, FL 32611

E-Mail:
ewmn2003@yahoo.com

Osnat Bone Teitelbaum was born and raised in Israel. After a short stint at Tel-Aviv University she became a student in Professor Noa Eshkol’s school for Movement and Movement Notation. Upon graduation from the program she stayed to work and study with Professor Eshkol for 15 years. She currently teaches EWMN (Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation) in the Psychology Department at the Univesity of Florida. She is applying the EWMN system to the early detection of children at risk for Autism and Asperger’s syndrome.