Kavé, G., Fridkin, S., & Ayalon, L. A longitudinal study of demographic effects on naming people and objects after age 70. A poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society Mid-Year Meeting, London. July, 2016.
Kavé, G., Kalman, Y. M., & Umanski, D. Measures of lexical diversity in written texts provided by older and younger adults. A poster presented at the Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta. April, 2016.
Kalman, Y. M., Kavé, G., & Umanski, D. Writing in a digital world: Self-correction while typing in younger and older adults. IsraHCI, the Fourth Israeli Human-Computer Interaction Research Conference, Ramat Gan. February, 2016.
Kavé, G., Gavrieli, R., & Mashal, N. Stronger left-hemisphere lateralization in older versus younger adults while processing conventional metaphors. A poster presented at the Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta. April, 2014.
Kavé, G. Using words across the lifespan: Advantages and disadvantages of aging as viewed through language. The Interdisciplinary Aging Conference, Bar Ilan. March, 2013.
Kavé, G., Meiri, M., & Pertman, T. Frequency and typicality of words on a semantic fluency test: Comparing all words and the initial ten words produced by younger and older adults. A poster presented at the Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta. April, 2012.
Glik, A., Kavé, G., Hassin-Baer, S., Cohen, O. S., & Biran, Y. The homophone meaning generation test may serve as a test for early cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease and may differentiate akinetic-rigid from tremor dominant type. A poster presented at the annual meeting of the Israeli Neurological Society. November 2011.
Palgi, Y., Shrira, A., Ben-Ezra, M., Spalter, T., Shmotkin, D., & Kavé, G. Are subjective well-being and subjective health more related to the aging process or to distance from death? The 18th biannual conference of the Israeli Association of Gerontology. February, 2010.
Kavé, G. Frequency and concreteness effects in spontaneous noun production. Academy of Aphasia, Boston. October, 2009.
Yafé, R., & Kavé, G. Does word morphology affect vocabulary knowledge and word retrieval in old age? A poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia, Boston. October, 2009.
Kavé, G., Samuel-Enoch, K., & Adiv, S. Word retrieval across the lifespan: Harder to be tested than to tell stories. The annual conference of the Israeli Speech Hearing Language Association. January, 2008.
Kavé, G., Samuel-Enoch, K., & Adiv, S. Do old people with word retrieval difficulties on naming and fluency tests produce more frequent words in connected speech? Findings from Hebrew speakers aged 20-85. The summer conference of SCRIPT - The Israeli Association for Literacy. July, 2007.
Biran, I., Kavé, G., & Heinik, J. What happens to word inflections when word meanings deteriorate? Two case reports of Hebrew speakers with semantic dementia. A poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco. April, 2006.
Biran, I., Kavé, G., & Heinik, J. Morphological preservation alongside lexical deterioration in two individuals with semantic dementia. A poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, San Diego. April, 2006. Abstract in Neurology, 66, (Suppl. 2), A206.