Anat Perry

Affiliations: 
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
Area:
Social Cognitive Neuroscience, EEG
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Ensenberg NS, Perry A, Aviezer H. (2016) Are you looking at me? Mu suppression modulation by facial expression direction. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Perry A, Nichiporuk N, Knight RT. (2015) Where Does One Stand: A Biological Account of Preferred Interpersonal Distance. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Gao Z, Ye T, Shen M, et al. (2015) Working memory capacity of biological movements predicts empathy traits. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Perry A, Levy-Gigi E, Richter-Levin G, et al. (2015) Interpersonal distance and social anxiety in autistic spectrum disorders: A behavioral and ERP study. Social Neuroscience. 10: 354-65
Lev M, Gilaie-Dotan S, Gotthilf-Nezri D, et al. (2015) Training-induced recovery of low-level vision followed by mid-level perceptual improvements in developmental object and face agnosia. Developmental Science. 18: 50-64
Frenkel-Toledo S, Bentin S, Perry A, et al. (2014) Mirror-neuron system recruitment by action observation: effects of focal brain damage on mu suppression. Neuroimage. 87: 127-37
Perry A, Aviezer H, Goldstein P, et al. (2013) Face or body? Oxytocin improves perception of emotions from facial expressions in incongruent emotional body context. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 38: 2820-5
Perry A, Rubinsten O, Peled L, et al. (2013) Don't stand so close to me: a behavioral and ERP study of preferred interpersonal distance. Neuroimage. 83: 761-9
Frenkel-Toledo S, Bentin S, Perry A, et al. (2013) Dynamics of the EEG power in the frequency and spatial domains during observation and execution of manual movements. Brain Research. 1509: 43-57
Aviezer H, Hassin RR, Perry A, et al. (2012) The right place at the right time: priming facial expressions with emotional face components in developmental visual agnosia. Neuropsychologia. 50: 949-57
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