Haggar Cohen-Dallal
Haggar Cohen-Dallal
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Anticipation measures of sequence learning: Manual versus oculomotor versions of the serial reaction time task
E Vakil, A Bloch, H Cohen
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (3), 579-589, 2017
Are stronger memories forgotten more slowly? No evidence that memory strength influences the rate of forgetting
H Cohen-Dallal, I Fradkin, Y Pertzov
PloS one 13 (7), e0200292, 2018
Working memory in unilateral spatial neglect: evidence for impaired binding of object identity and object location
H Cohen-Dallal, N Soroker, Y Pertzov
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 33 (1), 46-62, 2021
Oculomotor anticipation reveals a multitude of learning processes underlying the serial reaction time task
A Tal, A Bloch, H Cohen-Dallal, O Aviv, S Schwizer Ashkenazi, M Bar, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 6190, 2021
Adaptive visual working memory: Expecting a delayed estimation task enhances visual working memory precision.
H Cohen-Dallal, O Markus, Y Pertzov
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 49 (1), 7, 2023
Verbal tagging can impair memory of object location: Evidence from aphasia
H Cohen-Dallal, NR Elyakim, N Soroker, Y Pertzov
Neuropsychologia 167, 108162, 2022
Does better encoding lead to slower forgetting?
H Cohen, Y Pertzov
PERCEPTION 45, 168-168, 2016
Spatial coding and motor decision in number-form synaesthesia
I Arend, H Cohen, L Gertner, A Henik
PERCEPTION 40, 182-182, 2011
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