Liad Mudrik

Sagol School of Neuroscience Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel 
"Liad Mudrik"
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Furtak M, Mudrik L, Bola M. (2021) The forest, the trees, or both? Hierarchy and interactions between gist and object processing during perception of real-world scenes. Cognition. 221: 104983
Shir Y, Abudarham N, Mudrik L. (2021) You won't believe what this guy is doing with the potato: The ObjAct stimulus-set depicting human actions on congruent and incongruent objects. Behavior Research Methods
Hirschhorn R, Kahane O, Gur-Arie I, et al. (2020) Windows of Integration Hypothesis Revisited. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 617187
Biderman D, Shir Y, Mudrik L. (2020) B or 13? Unconscious Top-Down Contextual Effects at the Categorical but Not the Lexical Level. Psychological Science. 31: 663-677
Furtak M, Doradzińska Ł, Ptashynska A, et al. (2020) Automatic Attention Capture by Threatening, But Not by Semantically Incongruent Natural Scene Images. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 30: 4158-4168
Maoz U, Yaffe G, Koch C, et al. (2019) Neural precursors of decisions that matter-an ERP study of deliberate and arbitrary choice. Elife. 8
Zucker L, Mudrik L. (2019) Understanding associative vs. abstract pictorial relations: An ERP study. Neuropsychologia. 133: 107127
Maoz U, Sita KR, van Boxtel JJA, et al. (2019) Does It Matter Whether You or Your Brain Did It? An Empirical Investigation of the Influence of the Double Subject Fallacy on Moral Responsibility Judgments. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 950
Faivre N, Dubois J, Schwartz N, et al. (2019) Imaging object-scene relations processing in visible and invisible natural scenes. Scientific Reports. 9: 4567
Korisky U, Hirschhorn R, Mudrik L. (2019) "Real-life" continuous flash suppression (CFS)-CFS with real-world objects using augmented reality goggles. Behavior Research Methods. 51: 2827-2839
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