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Prof. Zohar Eviatar - List of Publications

                                    

Eviatar, Z., Menn, L., & Zaidel, E. (1990). Concreteness: Nouns, verbs, and hemispheres. Cortex 26, 611-624.

Eviatar, Z., & Zaidel, E. (1991). The effects of word length and emotionality on right hemisphere contribution to lexical decision. Neuropsychologia, 29(5), 415-428.

Eviatar, Z., & Zaidel, E. (1992). Letter matching in the hemispheres: Speed-accuracy tradeoffs.  Neuropsychologia, 30(8), 699-710.

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

Eviatar, Z., & Zaidel, E. (1994). Letter matching within and between disconnected hemispheres. Brain and Cognition, 25, 128-137. 

Eviatar, Z., Zaidel, E., & Wickens, T. (1994). Nominal and physical decision criteria in same/ different judgments. Perception &  Psychophysics, 56, 62-72.

Hellige, J. B., Bloch, M. I., Cowin, E. L., Eng, T. L., Eviatar, Z., & Sergent, V. (1994). Individual variation in hemispheric asymmetry: Multi-task study of effects related to handedness and sex. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123, 235-256.

Eviatar, Z. (1995). Reading direction and attention: Effects on lateralized ignoring. Brain and Cognition, 29, 137-150. 

Eviatar, Z. (1996) Orthography/phonology relations and hemispheric functioning. Brain and Cognition, 32(2), 151-155.
 
Eviatar, Z. (1997). Language experience and right hemisphere tasks:  The effects of scanning habits and multilingualism. Brain and Language, 58, 157-173. 

Eviatar, Z., Hellige, J. B., & Zaidel, E. (1997). Individual differences in hemispheric specialization: Effects of gender and handedness. Neuropsychology, 11, 562-576.

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.

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.

Eviatar, Z. (1999). Cross-language tests of hemispheric strategies in reading nonwords. Neuropsychology, 13(4), 498-515.
 
Eviatar, Z. (2000). Culture and brain organization. Brain and Cognition, 42, 50-52.

Eviatar, Z., & Ibrahim, R. (2000). Bilingual is as bilingual does: Metalinguistic abilities of Arabic-speaking children. Applied Psycholinguistics, 21(4), 451-471.

Kaminsky, M., Eviatar Z., & Norman J. (2002). The timing deficit hypothesis of dyslexia and its implications for Hebrew reading.  Brain and Cognition, 48(2/3), 394-398.

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.
 
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.

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Aharon-Peretz, J. (2002). The characteristics of Arabic orthography slows its processing. Neuropsychology, 16(3), 322-326.

Schwalm, N. D., Eviatar, Z., Golan, Y., & Blumenfeld, Y. (2003). The effect of reading direction habit on numerical processing. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting. October 10-17, Denver, Colorado.

Eviatar, Z., & Ibrahim, R. (2004). Morphological and orthographic effects on hemispheric processing of nonwords: A cross-linguistic comparison. Reading and Writing, 17, 691-705.
      
Eviatar, Z., Ibrahim, R., & Ganayim, D. (2004). Orthography and the hemispheres: Visual and linguistic aspects of letter processing. Neuropsychology, 18(1), 174-184.

Hochman, E. Y., & Eviatar Z. (2004). Does each hemisphere monitor the ongoing process in the contralateral one? Brain & Cognition, 55, 314-321.

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.

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(18).

Eviatar, Z., & Just, M. (2006).  Brain correlates of discourse processing: An fMRI investigation of irony and metaphor processing.  Neuropsychologia, 44(12),
2348-2359.

Hochman, E., & Eviatar, A. (2006). Do the hemispheres watch each other? Evidence for a between-hemisphere performance monitoring. Neuropsychology, 20(6), 666-674.

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.

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. 

Peleg, O. & Eviatar Z. (2008). Hemispheric sensitivities to lexical and contextual information: Evidence from lexical ambiguity resolution. Brain and Language, 105, 71-82.

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, 1425–1442.

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, E., & Leikin, M. (2008). Speaking Hebrew with an accent: Emphatic capacity or other non-personal factors. International Journal of Bilingualism, 12(3), 195-207. 

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. 

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, 154-162.

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, 447-457.

Hochman, E., Eviatar, Z., Breznitz, Z., Shaul, S., & Nevat M. (2009). Different laterality patterns of the error-related negativity in corrected and uncorrected errors. Laterality: Asymmetries of body, Brain, and Cognition, 14 (6), 618-634

Hochman, E. Y., Eviatar, Z., & Breznitz, Z. (2009). Laterality patterns of the error-related negativity: Electrophysiological evidence for between and within hemisphere performance monitoring. Laterality, 14(6), 618-634. 

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.

Ibrahim, R., Eviatar, Z., & Israeli, N. (2010). Hemispheric involvement in reading: The effects of language experiance. Neurolinguistics, 23(4), 427-442.

Netz, H., Kuzar, R., & Eviatar, Z. (2011). A recipient-based study of the discourse functions of marked topic constructions. Language Science, 33, 154-166.

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.

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, 75-84.

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.

Hason-Rozenstein, M., Latzer, Y., Stein, D., & Eviatar, Z. (2011). Neuropsychological psychopathology measures in women with eating disorders, their healthy sisters, and nonrelated healthy control. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 52, 587-595. 

 

 

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