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Zhang, Z., Mendelsohn, A., Manson, K. F., Schiller, D., & Levy, I. (2016). Dissociating Value Representation and Inhibition of Inappropriate Affective Response during Reversal Learning in the Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex. eNeuro, 4:2(6).

Tavares, R. M., Mendelsohn, A., Grossman, Y., Willimas, C. H., Shapiro, M., Trope, Y., & Schiller, D. (2015). A map for social navigation in the human brain. Neuron, 87, 231-243. [PDF]

Yacoby, A., Dudai, Y., & Mendelsohn, A. (2015). Metamemory ratings predict long-term changes in reactivated episodic memories. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9, 20. [PDF]

Mendelsohn, A., Pine, A., & Schiller, D. (2014). Between desires and actions: how motivationally salient cues invigorate motor imagery in the brain. Neuron 81, 207-217. [PDF]

Collins, K.A., Mendelsohn, A., Cain, C.K., & Schiller, D. (2014). Taking action in the face of threat: neural synchronization predicts adaptive coping. The Journal of Neuroscience 34, 14733-14738. [PDF]

Pine, A., Mendelsohn, A., & Dudai Y. (2014). Unconscious learning of likes and dislikes is persistent, resilient, and reconsolidates. Frontiers in Psychology. [PDF]

Furman, O., Mendelsohn, A., & Dudai, Y. (2012). The transformation of the engram: Time reduces retrieval-related brain activity but correlates it better with accuracy. Learning & Memory 19, 575-587. [PDF]

Mendelsohn, A., Furman, O., & Dudai Y. (2010). Signatures of memory: Brain coactivations during retrieval distinguish correct from incorrect memory. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 4, 1-12. [PDF]

Zaretzky, M., Mendelsohn, A., Mintz, M., & Hendler, T. (2010). In the eye of the beholder: Internally-driven uncertainty of danger circuits recruits the amygdala and dorso-medial prefrontal cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22, 2263-2275. [PDF]

Mendelsohn, A., Furman, O., Navon, I., & Dudai Y. (2009). Subjective vs. documented reality: A case study of long-term real-life autobiographical memory. Learning & Memory 16, 142-146. [PDF]

Siman-Tov, T., Pago, D., Gadoth, N., Schonberg, T., Mendelsohn, A., Perry, D., & Hendler, T. (2009). Mind your left: Spatial bias in subcortical fear processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21, 1782-1789. [PDF]

Mendelsohn, A., Chalamish, Y., Solomonovich, A., & Dudai, Y. (2008). Mesmerizing memories: Brain substrates of episodic memory suppression in posthypnotic amnesia. Neuron 57, 159-170. [PDF]

Siman-Tov, T., Mendelsohn, A., Schonberg, T., Avidan, G., Podlipsky, I., Pessoa, L., Gadoth, N., Ungerleider, L.G., & Hendler, T. (2007). Bihemispheric leftward bias in a visuospatial attention-related network. The Journal of Neuroscience 27, 11271-11278. [PDF]

Mendelsohn, A., Strous, R., Bleich, M., Assaf, Y., & Hendler, T. (2006). Regional Axonal Abnormalities in First Episode Schizophrenia: Evidence Based on High b-value Diffusion Weighted Imaging. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 146, 223-9. [PDF]

Golan, H., Levav, T., Mendelsohn, A., & Huleihel, M. (2004). Involvement of tumor necrosis factor alpha in hippocampal development and function. Cerebral Cortex 14, 97-105. [PDF]

 

 

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News & Events

Congratulation to Anat Adi Shapira for receiving her Ph.D. degree. Studying: The Reliability and Completeness of Eyewitness Accounts over Time.

Upcoming Lectures:

28.5.17 Dr. Monika Undorf, University of Mannheim, Germany.
Title: Viewing metacognition through the judgment lens.

7.6.17 Dr. Moti Salti, Ben-Gurion University.
Title: Conscious perception- Time for an update. A new theoretical framework for subjective experience

 

Congratulations to Dr. Shai Gabay, Dr. Avi Mendelsohn and for winning a 2,200,000 NIS grant (ISF and Matching from the University of Haifa) studying: Neuroscience in real-life: A multi-measure system for exploring naturalistic human cognition.

Congratulations to Prof. Morris Goldsmith for winning a 4 years 720,000 NIS - ISF grant, studying: Mutual interplay between attentional navigation and hierarchical object-based-spatial visual representation over time.

Congratulations to Dr. Tali Bitan for winning a 4 years 800,000 NIS - ISF grant, studying: The effect of sleep on the consolidation of a novel language in adults with Dyslexia.

Congratulations to Dr. Ravit Nussinson for winning a 3 years 450,000 NIS - ISF grant, studying: Up there and down here: Perceptual simulation of space along the vertical dimension as an embodiment of psychological distance

Congratulations to Naama Zur for winning the best-poster award of the 10th conference of The Israeli Association for Literacy and Language.

Congratulations to Dr. Pe’erly Setter and Dr. Hadas Marciano for winning a 300,000 NIS grant (The Research fund on insurance matters - Israel), studying: Intelligent Speed Adaptation Systems - Human factors aspects.

 

Hearty congratulations for William Saban for winning the Psychonomics society travel award for this coming Psychonomics meeting!
Mazal Tov to you and your advisor, Dr. Shai Gabay!

 

Congratulations to Dr. Assaf Kron for winning a 3 years $126,900 BSF grant, studying: Dissociating affective and semantic valence in brain and behavior.

 

Prof. Asher Koriat: Winner of The Israel Prize 2002 -

Short interview produced by the University of Haifa (in Hebrew)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ctHJnZXVro