Nurit Gronau

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Open University, Rananna, Israel, Ra'anana, Center District, Israel 
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Gabay S, Kalanthroff E, Henik A, et al. (2015) Conceptual Size Representation in Ventral Visual Cortex. Neuropsychologia
Gronau N, Shachar M. (2015) Contextual consistency facilitates long-term memory of perceptual detail in barely seen images. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 1095-1111
Gronau N, Elber L, Satran S, et al. (2015) Retroactive memory interference: a potential countermeasure technique against psychophysiological knowledge detection methods. Biological Psychology. 106: 68-78
Tibon R, Gronau N, Scheuplein AL, et al. (2014) Associative recognition processes are modulated by the semantic unitizability of memoranda. Brain and Cognition. 92: 19-31
Breska A, Zaidenberg D, Gronau N, et al. (2014) Psychophysiological detection of concealed information shared by groups: an empirical study of the searching CIT. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 20: 136-46
Gronau N, Shachar M. (2014) Contextual integration of visual objects necessitates attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 695-714
Gabay S, Leibovich T, Henik A, et al. (2013) Size before numbers: conceptual size primes numerical value. Cognition. 129: 18-23
Breska A, Ben-Shakhar G, Gronau N. (2012) Algorithms for detecting concealed knowledge among groups when the critical information is unavailable. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 18: 292-300
Gronau N, Cohen A, Ben-Shakhar G. (2009) Distractor interference in focused attention tasks is not mediated by attention capture. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 62: 1685-95
Gronau N, Neta M, Bar M. (2008) Integrated contextual representation for objects' identities and their locations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20: 371-88
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