Yulia Lerner

Affiliations: 
New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Neurobiology, visual system
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Lerner Y, Scherf SK, Katkov M, et al. (2021) Changes in Cortical Coherence Supporting Complex Visual and Social Processing in Adolescence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-16
Farbood MM, Heeger DJ, Marcus G, et al. (2015) The neural processing of hierarchical structure in music and speech at different timescales. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9: 157
Lerner Y, Honey CJ, Katkov M, et al. (2014) Temporal scaling of neural responses to compressed and dilated natural speech. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111: 2433-44
Honey CJ, Thompson CR, Lerner Y, et al. (2012) Not lost in translation: neural responses shared across languages. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 15277-83
Ben-Yakov A, Honey CJ, Lerner Y, et al. (2012) Loss of reliable temporal structure in event-related averaging of naturalistic stimuli. Neuroimage. 63: 501-6
Lerner Y, Honey CJ, Silbert LJ, et al. (2011) Topographic mapping of a hierarchy of temporal receptive windows using a narrated story. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 2906-15
Lerner Y, Epshtein B, Ullman S, et al. (2008) Class information predicts activation by object fragments in human object areas. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20: 1189-206
Lerner Y, Hendler T, Malach R, et al. (2006) Selective fovea-related deprived activation in retinotopic and high-order visual cortex of human amblyopes. Neuroimage. 33: 169-79
Lerner Y, Harel M, Malach R. (2004) Rapid completion effects in human high-order visual areas. Neuroimage. 21: 516-26
Lerner Y, Pianka P, Azmon B, et al. (2003) Area-specific amblyopic effects in human occipitotemporal object representations. Neuron. 40: 1023-9
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