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Carrasco, M. & Yeshurun, Y. (1998). The contribution of covert attention to the set-size and eccentricity effects in visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24(2), 673-692. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Carrasco, M. (1998). Attention improves or impairs visual performance by enhancing spatial resolution. Nature, 396(6706), 72-75. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Carrasco, M. (1999). Spatial attention improves performance in spatial resolution tasks. Vision Research, 39(2), 293-305. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Carrasco, M. (2000). The locus of attentional effects in texture segmentation. Nature Neuroscience, 3(6), 622-627. [PDF]
Carrasco M., Williams P. & Yeshurun Y. (2002) Covert attention increases spatial resolution with or without masks: Support for signal enhancement. Journal of Vision, 2(6), 467-479. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Levy, L. (2003).Transient spatial attention degrades temporal resolution. Psychological Science, 14(3), 225-231. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. (2004). Isoluminant stimuli and red background attenuate the effects of transient spatial attention on temporal resolution. Vision Research, 44, 1375–1387. [PDF]
Kimchi, R., Yeshurun, Y. & Cohen-Savransky, A. (2007) Automatic, Stimulus-driven Attentional Capture by Objecthood. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14 (1), 166-172. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Carrasco, M. (2008). The effects of transient attention on spatial resolution and the size of the attentional cue. Perception & Psychophysics, 70(1), 104-113. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y., Montagna, B. & Carrasco, M. (2008). On the flexibility of sustained attention and its effects on a texture segmentation task. Vision Research, 48(1), 80-95. [PDF]
Avraham, T., Yeshurun, Y. & Lindenbaum, M. (2008). Predicting Visual-Search Performance by Quantifying Stimuli Similarities. Journal of Vision, 8(4):9, 1–22. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Marom, G. (2008). Transient spatial attention and the perceived duration of brief visual events. Visual Cognition, 16(6), 826-848. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y., Carrasco, M. & Maloney, L. T. (2008). Bias and sensitivity in two-interval forced choice procedures. Vision Research, 48, 1837-1851. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y., Kimchi, R., Sha’shoua, G., & Carmel, T. (2009). Perceptual objects capture attention. Vision Research, 49, 1329–1335. [PDF]
Carrasco, M. & Yeshurun, Y. (2009). Covert Attention Effects on Spatial Resolution. In N. Srinivasan (Ed.) Progress in Brain Research. Vol 176, ATTENTION, The Netherlands: Elsevier, pp. 65-86. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Rashal, E. (2010). Precueing attention to the target location diminishes crowding and reduces the critical distance. Journal of Vision, 10(10):16, 1–12. [PDF]
Marciano, H. & Yeshurun, Y. (2011). The Effects of Perceptual Load in Central and Peripheral Regions of the Visual Field. Visual Cognition, 19(3), 367 – 391. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Hein, E. (2011). Transient attention degrades perceived apparent motion. Perception, 40, 905 – 918. [PDF]
Marciano, H. & Yeshurun, Y. (2012). Perceptual load in central and peripheral regions and its effects on driving performance: Advertizing billboards. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 3181-3188. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y. & Sabo, G. (2012). Differential effects of transient attention on inferred Parvocellular and Magnocellular processing. Vision Research, 74, 21-29. [PDF]
Marciano, H., & Yeshurun, Y. (2012). Perceptual load in central and peripheral regions and its effects on driving performance with and without collision avoidance warning system. Actes INRETS, 299-311.
Yeshurun, Y. & Marciano, H. (2013). Degraded stimulus visibility and the effects of perceptual load on distractor interference. Frontiers in Psychology, 4:289. [PDF]
Baruch, O., Yeshurun, Y., shore, D. (2013). Space and time: An impact of spatial separation, apparent motion, and perceptual grouping on TOJ performance. Perception, 42(5), 551-561. [PDF]
Eitam, B., Yeshurun, Y. & Hassan, K. (2013). Blinded by Irrelevance: Pure Irrelevance Induced ‘Blindness’. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39(3), 611-615. [PDF]
Baruch, O. & Yeshurun, Y. (2014). Attentional attraction of receptive fields can explain spatial and temporal effects of attention. Visual Cognition, 22(5), 704-736. [PDF]
Marciano, H. & Yeshurun, Y. (2014). Perceptual Load in Different Regions of the Visual Scene and Its Relevance for Driving. Human Factors, In press. [PDF]
Rashal, E. & Yeshurun, Y. (2014). Contrast dissimilarity effects on crowding is not simply another case of target saliency. p. 1-31, Journal of Vision, 14(6):9, 1–12. [PDF]
Eitam, B., Shoval, R. & Yeshurun, Y. (2015). Seeing without knowing: Task relevance dissociates between visual awareness and recognition. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1339(1), 125-137. [PDF]
Yeshurun, Y., Rashal, E. & Tkacz-Domb, S. (2015). Temporal crowding and its interplay with spatial crowding. p. 1-32, Journal of Vision, 15(3):11, 1–16. [PDF]
Marciano, H., & Yeshurun, Y. (2015). Perceptual load in different regions of the visual scene and its relevance for driving . Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(4), 701-707.
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