Yonatan Goshen-Gottstein
Yonatan Goshen-Gottstein
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The demise of short-term memory revisited: empirical and computational investigations of recency effects.
EJ Davelaar, Y Goshen-Gottstein, A Ashkenazi, HJ Haarmann, M Usher
Psychological review 112 (1), 3, 2005
4542005
Electrophysiological and haemodynamic correlates of face perception, recognition and priming
RN Henson, Y Goshen-Gottstein, T Ganel, LJ Otten, A Quayle, MD Rugg
Cerebral cortex 13 (7), 793-805, 2003
4342003
The involvement of the “fusiform face area” in processing facial expression
T Ganel, KF Valyear, Y Goshen-Gottstein, MA Goodale
Neuropsychologia 43 (11), 1645-1654, 2005
2032005
Effects of familiarity on the perceptual integrality of the identity and expression of faces: the parallel-route hypothesis revisited.
T Ganel, Y Goshen-Gottstein
Journal of Experimental psychology: Human perception and Performance 30 (3), 583, 2004
1812004
Repetition priming for familiar and unfamiliar faces in a sex-judgment task: Evidence for a common route for the processing of sex and identity.
Y Goshen-Gottstein, T Ganel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (5), 1198, 2000
1392000
Neuroimaging the serial position curve: A test of single-store versus dual-store models
D Talmi, CL Grady, Y Goshen-Gottstein, M Moscovitch
Psychological Science 16 (9), 716-723, 2005
1242005
Perceptual integrality of sex and identity of faces: Further evidence for the single-route hypothesis.
T Ganel, Y Goshen-Gottstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (4), 854, 2002
1012002
Interactions between the processing of gaze direction and facial expression
T Ganel, Y Goshen-Gottstein, MA Goodale
Vision research 45 (9), 1191-1200, 2005
912005
Intact implicit memory for newly formed verbal associations in amnesic patients following single study trials.
Y Goshen-Gottstein, M Moscovitch, B Melo
Neuropsychology 14 (4), 570, 2000
822000
Memory without conscious recollection: A tutorial review from a neuropsychological perspective
M Moscovitch, Y Goshen-Gottstein, E Vriezen
Attention and performance series. Attention and performance 15, 619-660, 1994
811994
Repetition priming for newly formed and preexisting associations: Perceptual and conceptual influences.
Y Goshen-Gottstein, M Moscovitch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 21 (5), 1229, 1995
761995
Repetition priming effects for newly formed associations are perceptually based: Evidence from shallow encoding and format specificity.
Y Goshen-Gottstein, M Moscovitch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 21 (5), 1249, 1995
741995
Sleep-anticipating effects of melatonin in the human brain
T Gorfine, Y Assaf, Y Goshen-Gottstein, Y Yeshurun, N Zisapel
Neuroimage 31 (1), 410-418, 2006
682006
Separating consciously controlled and automatic influences in memory for new associations.
EM Reingold, Y Goshen-Gottstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 22 (2), 397, 1996
581996
Influence of preoperative anxiety on hypotension after spinal anaesthesia in women undergoing Caesarean delivery
S Orbach-Zinger, Y Ginosar, J Elliston, C Fadon, M Abu-Lil, A Raz, ...
British journal of anaesthesia 109 (6), 943-949, 2012
522012
Semantic similarity dissociates short-from long-term recency effects: Testing a neurocomputational model of list memory
EJ Davelaar, HJ Haarmann, Y Goshen-Gottstein, M Usher
Memory & Cognition 34 (2), 323-334, 2006
382006
Semantic similarity dissociates short-from long-term recency effects: Testing a neurocomputational model of list memory
EJ Davelaar, HJ Haarmann, Y Goshen-Gottstein, M Usher
Memory & Cognition 34 (2), 323-334, 2006
382006
Short-term memory after all: Comment on Sederberg, Howard, and Kahana (2008).
M Usher, EJ Davelaar, HJ Haarmann, Y Goshen-Gottstein
American Psychological Association 115 (4), 1108, 2008
362008
The electrophysiological signature of remember–know is confounded with memory strength and cannot be interpreted as evidence for dual-process theory of recognition
N Brezis, ZZ Bronfman, G Yovel, Y Goshen-Gottstein
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (2), 322-336, 2017
342017
Delineating the effect of semantic congruency on episodic memory: The role of integration and relatedness
O Bein, N Livneh, N Reggev, M Gilead, Y Goshen-Gottstein, A Maril
PloS one 10 (2), e0115624, 2015
322015
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