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Leon Deouell

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
"Leon Deouell"
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Marciano D, Bentin S, Deouell LY. (2018) Alternative outcomes create biased expectations regarding the received outcome: evidence from event-related potentials. Neuropsychologia
Golan T, Davidesco I, Meshulam M, et al. (2017) Increasing suppression of saccade-related transients along the human visual hierarchy. Elife. 6
Gerber EM, Golan T, Knight RT, et al. (2017) Cortical representation of persistent visual stimuli. Neuroimage
Gerber EM, Sadeh B, Ward A, et al. (2016) Non-Sinusoidal Activity Can Produce Cross-Frequency Coupling in Cortical Signals in the Absence of Functional Interaction between Neural Sources. Plos One. 11: e0167351
Golan T, Davidesco I, Meshulam M, et al. (2016) Human Intracranial recordings link suppressed transients rather than 'filling-in' to perceptual continuity across blinks. Elife. 5
Breska A, Deouell LY. (2016) When Synchronizing to Rhythms Is Not a Good Thing: Modulations of Preparatory and Post-Target Neural Activity When Shifting Attention Away from On-Beat Times of a Distracting Rhythm. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 7154-66
Dürschmid S, Edwards E, Reichert C, et al. (2016) Hierarchy of prediction errors for auditory events in human temporal and frontal cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Pfeiffer T, Heinze N, Frysch R, et al. (2016) Extracting duration information in a picture category decoding task using hidden Markov Models. Journal of Neural Engineering. 13: 026010
Deouell L, Grill-Spector K, Malach R, et al. (2016) Introduction to the special issue on functional selectivity. Neuropsychologia
Deouell LY. (2016) Microsaccades mediate a bottom-up mechanism for cross frequency coupling in early visual cortex. Commentary on Lowet et al. The European Journal of Neuroscience
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