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Eviatar, Z., Menn, L., & Zaidel, E. (1990) Concreteness: Nouns, verbs, and hemispheres. Cortex 26, 611-624. IF 6.1, rank 4/49 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. & Zaidel, E. (1991) The effects of word length and emotionality on right hemisphere contribution to lexical decision. Neuropsychologia 29, 415-428. IF 3.5, rank 11/49 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. & Zaidel, E. (1992) Letter matching in the hemispheres: Speed-accuracy tradeoffs. Neuropsychologia 30, 699-710. IF 3.5, rank 11/49 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. (1993) Same and different: How can we tell them apart? Psychology, 3. 118-125. (Hebrew) 

Eviatar, Z. & Zaidel, E. (1994) Letter matching in the disconnected hemispheres. Brain and Cognition 25, 128-137. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z., Zaidel, E., & Wickens, T. (1994) Nominal and physical decision criteria in same/different judgments. Perception & Psychophysics, 56., 62- 72.IF 1.97 38/71 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hellige, J.B., Bloch, M.I., Cowin, E.L., Eng, T.L., Eviatar, Z., & Sergent, V. (1994) Individual variation in hemispheric asymmetry: Multitask study of effects related to handedness and sex. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123, 235-256. IF 4.76 rank 4/83 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. (1995). Reading direction and attention: Effects on lateralized ignoring. Brain and Cognition, 29, 137-150. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. (1996) Orthography/phonology relations and hemispheric functioning. Brain and Cognition, 32 (2), 151-155. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. (1997) Language experience and right hemisphere tasks: The effects of scanning habits and multilingualism. Brain and Language, 58, 157-173. IF 3.39 rank 1/22 Audiology and Speech Pathology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z., Hellige, J.B.,& Zaidel, E. (1997). Individual differences in hemispheric specialization: Effects of gender and handedness.   Neuropsychology, 11, 562-576. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z, Leikin, M, & Ibrahim, R. (1999). Phonological processing of second language phonemes: A selective deficit in a bilingual aphasic. Language Learning, 49, 121-141. IF 1.38 rank 36/219 Education Science, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. (1999). Cross-language tests of hemispheric strategies in reading nonwords. Neuropsychology, 13 (4), 498-515. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. (2000). Culture and brain organization. Brain and Cognition, 42, 50-52. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. & Ibrahim, R. (2000). Bilingual is as bilingual does: Metalinguistic abilities of Arabic-speaking children. Applied Psycholinguistics. 21(4), 451-471. IF 1.39 rank 21/160 Linguistics, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Kaminsky, M., Eviatar Z., and Norman J. (2002). The timing deficit hypothesis of dyslexia and its implications for Hebrew reading. Brain and Cognition, 48(2/3), 394-398. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Pearlman-Avnion, S., & Eviatar Z. (2002) Narrative analysis in developmental social and linguistic pathologies: Dissociation between emotional and informational language use. Brain and Cognition, 48(2/3), 494-499. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Sapir, S., Maimon, T., & Eviatar, Z. (2002) Linguistic and nonlinguistic auditory processing of rapid vowel formant (F2) modulations in university students with and without developmental dyslexia. Brain and Cognition, 48(2/3), 520-526. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Aharon-Peretz, J. (2002) The characteristics of Arabic orthography slow its processing. Neuropsychology 16 (3) 322-326. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z., Ibrahim, R., & Ganayim, D. (2004). Orthography and the hemispheres: Visual and linguistic aspects of letter processing, Neuropsychology 18(1), 174–184. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hochman, E. Y. & Eviatar, Z. (2004). Does each hemisphere monitor the ongoing process in the contralateral one? Brain and Cognition, 55 (2): 314-321. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z., & Ibrahim, R. (2004). Morphological and orthographic effects on hemispheric processing of nonwords: A cross-linguistic comparison. Reading and Writing, 17, 691-705. IF 1.163, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Smolka, E. & Eviatar, Z. (2006). Phonological and orthographic visual word recognition in the two cerebral hemispheres: Evidence from Hebrew. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 23(6), 972-989. IF 1.5, rank 48/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z., & Just M. (2006). Brain correlates of discourse processing: An fMRI investigation of irony and metaphor processing. Neuropsychologia, 44, 2348-2359. IF 3.5, rank 11/49 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hochman, E. Y., & Eviatar, Z. (2006). Do the hemispheres watch each other? Evidence for a between hemisphere performance monitoring. Neuropsychology. 20(6), 666-674. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Aharon-Peretz, J. (2007). Metalinguistic awareness and reading performance: A cross-language comparison. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 36(4), 297-317. IF 0.875, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. & Ibrahim R. (2007). Morphological structure and hemispheric functioning: The contribution of the right hemisphere to reading in different languages. Neuropsychology. 21(4), 470-484. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Peleg, O. & Eviatar Z. (2008). Hemispheric sensitivities to lexical and contextual information: Evidence from lexical ambiguity resolution. Brain and Language, 105(2):71-82. IF 3.39 rank 1/22 Audiology and Speech Pathology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z., Latzer, Y., & Vicksman, P. (2008). Anomalous lateral dominance patterns in women with eating disorders: Clues to neurobiological bases. International Journal of Neuroscience, 118 (10), 1425-1442. IF 1.2 rank 210/252 Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Leikin, M. (2008). Speaking Hebrew with an accent: Emphatic capacity or other non-personal factors. International Journal of Bilingualism, 12(3), 195-207. IF 0.880 rank 48/160 Linguistics, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Ibrahim, R. & Eviatar, Z. (2009). Language status and hemispheric involvement in reading: Evidence from trilingual Arabic speakers tested in Arabic, Hebrew and English. Neuropsychology. 23(2), 240-254. IF 3.58 rank 13/75 Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Leikin, M., Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Sapir, S. (2009). Listening with an accent: Speech perception in a second language by late bilinguals. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 38 (5), 447-457. IF 0.875, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hochman, Y., Eviatar, Z., Breznitz, Z., Nevat, M., & Shaul. S. (2009). Source localization of error negativity: Additional source for corrected errors. Neuroreport, 20 (13), 1144-1148. IF 1.4 rank 204/252 Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Peleg, O., & Eviatar, Z. (2009). Semantic asymmetries are modulated by phonological asymmetries: Evidence from the disambiguation of homophonic versus heterophonic homographs. Brain and Cognition, 70(1), 154-162. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hochman, E., Y., Eviatar,Z., Breznitz, Z., Shaul, S., & Nevat, M. (2009). Different laterality patterns of the error-related negativity in corrected and uncorrected errors. Laterality, 14(6), 618-634. IF 1.514, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Adler, N., Nadler, B., Eviatar, Z., &. Shamay-Tsoory, S.G. (2010). The relationship between theory of mind and autobiographical memory in high functioning autism and Asperger syndrome. Psychiatry Research, 178, (1), 214-216. IF 2.5 rank 59/135 Psychiatry, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Israeli N. (2010). Hemispheric involvement in reading: The effects of language experience. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 23(4), 427-442. IF 1.12 rank 215/252 Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Netz, H., Kuzar, R., & Eviatar, Z. (2010) A recipient-based study of the discourse functions of marked topic constructions. Language Sciences, 33, 154-166. IF 0.667, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Peleg, O., Manevitz, L., Hazan H. & Eviatar, Z. (2010). Two hemispheres – two networks: A computational model explaining hemispheric asymmetries while reading ambiguous words. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligences, 59(1), 125-147. IF 0.2 rank 112/115 Computer Science, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Rothchild, L., Eviatar, Z., Shamai A., & Gur, E. (2011) Social cognition in eating disorders: Encoding and representational processes in binging and purging patients. European Eating Disorders Review, 19, 74-85.IF 1.94 42/114 Clinical Psychology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. & Latzer, Y. (2011). Mind-body relationships: Basic neuropsychology for therapists. Sichot, 25(1), 18-28. (Hebrew). Szold-yes.

Hason-Rozenstein, M., Latzer, Y., Stein, D., & Eviatar, Z. (2011). Neuropsychological psychopathology measures in women with eating disorders, their healthy sisters, and nonrelated healthy controls. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 52, 587-595. IF 2.38 Rank 61/135 Psychiatry, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hochman, E.Y., Eviatar, Z., Barnea, A., Zaaroor, M., & Zaidel, E. (2011). Hemispheric integration is critical for intact error processing. Neuropsychologia, 49 (7), 1816-1823. IF 3.5, rank 11/49 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Abdelhadi, S., Ibrahim, R., & Eviatar, Z. (2011) Perceptual load in the reading of Arabic. Writing Systems Research. 3, (2), 117–127, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Hason-Rozenstein, M., Latzer, Y., Stein, D., & Eviatar, Z. (2011). Perception of emotion and bilateral advantage in women with eating disorders, their healthy sisters, and nonrelated healthy controls. Journal of Affective Disorders 134, 386-395. IF 3.3 rank 48/193 Clinical Neurology, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Ibrahim, R., & Eviatar, Z. (2012).The contribution of the two hemispheres to lexical decision in different languages. Behavioral and Brain Functions 8(3). IF 2.8 rank 22/49 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Netz, H., Eviatar, Z. & Kuzar, R. (2012). Do marked topics enhance memory?Research in Language, (9.2),5-17. Szold - no. [PDF]

Peleg, O., Markus, A., & Eviatar Z. (2012). Hemispheric asymmetries in meaning selection: Evidence from the disambiguation of homophonic vs. heterophonic homographs. Brain and Cognition. 80(3):328-337. IF 2.8 rank 131/252 Behavioral Neuroscience, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Assad, H. & Eviatar, Z. (2013). The effects of orthographic complexity and diglossia on letter naming in Arabic: A developmental study. Writing Systems Research. 5:2, 156-168, DOI: 10.1080/17586801.2013.862163, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Assad, H. & Eviatar, Z. (2013). Learning to read in Arabic: The long and winding road. Reading and Writing. 27:4,649 -664. [PDF]

Tibi, R., *Eviatar, Z., & Karni, A. (2013). Fact retrieval and memory consolidation for a movement sequence: Bidirectional effects of 'unrelated' cognitive tasks on procedural memory. PLOS ONE, In Press. (*corresponding author) IF 3.73, Szold-yes. [PDF]

Eviatar, Z. & Share, D. (2013) Processing Semitic writing systems: Introduction to a special issue of Writing Systems Research , Writing Systems Research, 5:2,131-133, DOI: 10.1080/17586801.2013.863086. [PDF]

Kreiner H., & Eviatar Z., (2014). The missing link in the embodiment of syntax: Prosody. Brain and Language, In Press. [PDF]

Hayadre, M., Kurzon, D., Peleg, O., & Eviatar Z. (2014). Phonological Effects on Ambiguity Resolution in Arabic in the Cerebral Hemispheres. Reading and Writing. In Press.

Eviatar, Z. (2015). Language and Literacy in the context of Brain, Cognition, and Culture. Brain, Cognition and Culture.

Hayadre, M., Kurzon, D., Peleg, O., & Eviatar, Z. (2015). Phonological Effects on Ambiguity Resolution in Arabic in the Cerebral Hemispheres. Reading and Writing, 28 (3), 395-418.

Peleg, O., Edelist, L., Eviatar, Z., & Bergerbest, D. (2015). Lexical factors in conceptual processes: The relationship between semantic representations and their corresponding phonological and orthographic lexical forms. Memory & Cognition, 1-19.

Peleg, O., & Eviatar, Z. (2015). Controlled semantic processes within and between the two cerebral hemispheres. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition.

Saady, A., Ibrahim, R., & Eviatar, Z. (2015). Language-specific and Language-general Factors in Text Reading in Arabic: Evidence from the Missing Letter Effect. Psicológica, 36, 123-142.

Schwartz, M., Taha, H., Assad, H., Khamaisi, F., & Eviatar, Z. The role of emergent bilingualism in the development of morphological awareness in Arabic and Hebrew. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

 

Submitted

Benschimol G. & Eviatar, Z. Re-examining the "Lateralized Whorf" effect hypothesis: Hemispheric specialization of the influence of language on categorical perception of colors.

Nevat, M., Eviatar, Z., Ullman, M.T, Bitan, T. Morphological inflections in an artificial language: Factors affecting acquisition and generalization.

Rothschild-Yakar, L., Carcom, S., Eviatar, Z. Social cognition in Non-verbal Learning Disability (NLD) and Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

 

Invited Chapters

Eviatar, Z. (1998) Attention as a psychological entity and its effects on language and communication. In B. Stemmer & H.A. Whitaker (Eds.) The handbook of neurolinguistics. (pp 275-287). London: Academic Press.

Pearlman-Avnion, S., & Eviatar, Z. (2005). Theory of mind in developmental pathologies: Theoretic and methodological issues. In O.T. Ryaskin (Ed.) Trends in autism research (pp 89-107). New York: Nova Biomedical Books.

Peleg, O., Eviatar, Z., Hazan, H., & Manevitz, L. (2007). Differences and interactions between cerebral hemispheres when processing ambiguous homographs. In L. Paletta and E. Rome (Eds.), Attention in cognitive systems. Theories and Systems from an Interdisciplinary Viewpoint (pp. 372-386). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Hason-Rosenstein, M., Latzer Y., & Eviatar, Z. (2010) Sisters of women with eating disorders: A neurocognitive and personality profile. In O.Sarid, D. Segal-Engelchin, & J. Cwikel (Eds.) Mind Body Mosaic: Women's Health in Israel (pp 260-285). Ben Gurion University of the Negev Press: Beer Sheva. (Hebrew).

Eviatar. Z. & Latzer Y. (2011). Hemispheric asymmetry in eating disorders. In: Y. Latzer & D. Stein (Eds.). Epidemiology, etiology, & specific clinical perspectives in eating disorders. (pp 169-180) New York: Nova Publishing.

Eviatar, Z. & Ibrahim, R. (2012). Multilingualism among Israeli Arabs and the neuropsychology of reading in different languages. In M. Leikin, Y. Tobin, & L. Schwartz (Eds) Current issues in bilingualism: Cognitive and socio-linguistic perspectives (pp57-74)Heidelberg: Springer-Dordrech.

Peleg., O. & Eviatar, Z. (2012). Understanding written words: Phonological, lexical and contextual effects in the cerebral hemispheres. (pp59-76) In M. Faust (Ed.), Handbook of the neuropsychology of language. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Eviatar, Z. & Ibrahim, R. (2014). Why is it hard to read Arabic? (pp77-96). In E. Saiegh-Haddad & M. Joshi (Eds.). Handbook of Arabic Literacy: Insights and Perspectives. Heidelberg: Springer-Dordrech.


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