Avi Mendelsohn

Affiliations: 
Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel 
Area:
Human memory, fMRI
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Pine A, Sadeh N, Ben-Yakov A, et al. (2018) Knowledge acquisition is governed by striatal prediction errors. Nature Communications. 9: 1673
Tavares RM, Mendelsohn A, Grossman Y, et al. (2015) A Map for Social Navigation in the Human Brain. Neuron. 87: 231-43
Yacoby A, Dudai Y, Mendelsohn A. (2015) Metamemory ratings predict long-term changes in reactivated episodic memories. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 20
Collins KA, Mendelsohn A, Cain CK, et al. (2014) Taking action in the face of threat: neural synchronization predicts adaptive coping. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 14733-8
Pine A, Mendelsohn A, Dudai Y. (2014) Unconscious learning of likes and dislikes is persistent, resilient, and reconsolidates. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1051
Mendelsohn A, Pine A, Schiller D. (2014) Between thoughts and actions: motivationally salient cues invigorate mental action in the human brain. Neuron. 81: 207-17
Cohen O, Druon S, Lengagne S, et al. (2014) fMRI-Based robotic embodiment: Controlling a humanoid robot by thought using real-time fMRI Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments. 23: 229-241
Furman O, Mendelsohn A, Dudai Y. (2012) The episodic engram transformed: Time reduces retrieval-related brain activity but correlates it with memory accuracy. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 19: 575-87
Cohen O, Druon S, Lengagne S, et al. (2012) FMRI robotic embodiment: A pilot study Proceedings of the Ieee Ras and Embs International Conference On Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics. 314-319
Mendelsohn A, Furman O, Dudai Y. (2010) Signatures of Memory: Brain Coactivations during Retrieval Distinguish Correct from Incorrect Recollection. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 4: 18
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