Anat Maril

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
"Anat Maril"
Mean distance: 14.59 (cluster 23)


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Daniel Schacter grad student 2003 Harvard
 (fMRI studies of graded recall success.)
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Bein O, Gasser C, Amer T, et al. (2023) Predictions transform memories: How expected versus unexpected events are integrated or separated in memory. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 105368
Yacoby A, Reggev N, Maril A. (2023) Lack of source memory as a potential marker of early assimilation of novel items into current knowledge. Neuropsychologia. 185: 108569
Yacoby A, Reggev N, Maril A. (2021) Examining the transition of novel information toward familiarity. Neuropsychologia. 107993
Bein O, Reggev N, Maril A. (2020) Prior knowledge promotes hippocampal separation but cortical assimilation in the left inferior frontal gyrus. Nature Communications. 11: 4590
Reggev N, Sharoni R, Maril A. (2017) Distinctiveness Benefits Novelty (and Not Familiarity), but Only Up to a Limit: The Prior Knowledge Perspective. Cognitive Science
Gimbel SI, Brewer JB, Maril A. (2017) I know I've seen you before: Distinguishing recent-single-exposure-based familiarity from pre-existing familiarity. Brain Research
Reggev N, Bein O, Maril A. (2016) Distinct Neural Suppression and Encoding Effects for Conceptual Novelty and Familiarity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-16
Bein O, Livneh N, Reggev N, et al. (2015) Delineating the effect of semantic congruency on episodic memory: the role of integration and relatedness. Plos One. 10: e0115624
Bein O, Reggev N, Maril A. (2014) Prior knowledge influences on hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex interactions in subsequent memory. Neuropsychologia. 64: 320-330
Gilead M, Liberman N, Maril A. (2014) "I remember thinking …": Neural activity associated with subsequent memory for stimulus-evoked internal mentations. Social Neuroscience. 9: 387-99
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