Publications

  1.  Rosenthal G, Sporns O, Avidan G. Stimulus Dependent Dynamic Reorganization of the Human Face Processing Network. Cerebral cortex. 2016

  2. Weiss N, Mardo E, Avidan G. Visual expertise for horses in a case of congenital prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia. 2016;83:63-75.

  3. Tanzer M, Weinbach N, Mardo E, Henik A, Avidan G. Phasic alertness enhances global processing in congenital prosopagnosia Neuropsychologia. 2016;In press.

  4. Freud E, Ganel T, Avidan G, Gilaie-Dotan S. Functional dissociation between action and perception of object shape in developmental visual object agnosia. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. 2016;76:17-27.

  5. Namdar G, Avidan G, Ganel T. Effects of configural processing on the perceptual spatial resolution for face features. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. 2015;72:115-23.

  6. Freud E, Rosenthal G, Ganel T, Avidan G. Sensitivity to object impossibility in the human visual cortex: evidence from functional connectivity. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. 2015;27(5):1029-43.

  7. Freud E, Hadad BS, Avidan G, Ganel T. Evidence for similar early but not late representation of possible and impossible objects. Frontiers in psychology. 2015;6:94.

  8. Freud E, Ganel T, Hammer MD, Avidan G, Behrmann M. Three-dimensional representations of objects in dorsal cortex are dissociable from those in ventral cortex. Cerebral cortex. 2015;In press.

  9. Freud E, Avidan G, Ganel T. The highs and lows of object impossibility: effects of spatial frequency on holistic processing of impossible objects. Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2015;22(1):297-306.

  10. Tanzer M, Shahar G, Avidan G. Project PAVE (Personality And Vision Experimentation): role of personal and interpersonal resilience in the perception of emotional facial expression. Frontiers in human neuroscience. 2014;8:602.

  11. Avidan G, Tanzer M, Hadj-Bouziane F, Liu N, Ungerleider LG, Behrmann M. Selective dissociation between core and extended regions of the face processing network in congenital prosopagnosia. Cerebral cortex. 2014;24(6):1565-78.

  12. Avidan G, Behrmann M. Impairment of the face processing network in congenital prosopagnosia. Frontiers in bioscience. 2014;6:236-57.

  13. Tanzer M, Freud E, Ganel T, Avidan G. General holistic impairment in congenital prosopagnosia: evidence from Garner's speeded-classification task. Cognitive neuropsychology. 2013;30(6):429-45.

  14. Tanzer M, Avidan G, Shahar G. Does social support protect against recognition of angry facial expressions following failure? Cognition & emotion. 2013;27(7):1335-44.

  15. Gabay S, Pertzov Y, Cohen N, Avidan G, Henik A. Remapping of the environment without corollary discharges: evidence from scene-based IOR. Journal of vision. 2013;13(8).

  16. Freud E, Ganel T, Avidan G. Representation of possible and impossible objects in the human visual cortex: evidence from fMRI adaptation. NeuroImage. 2013;64:685-92.

  17. Freud E, Avidan G, Ganel T. Holistic processing of impossible objects: evidence from Garner's speeded-classification task. Vision research. 2013;93:10-8.

  18. Kimchi R, Behrmann M, Avidan G, Amishav R. Perceptual separability of featural and configural information in congenital prosopagnosia. Cognitive neuropsychology. 2012;29(5-6):447-63.

  19. Hadad BS, Avidan G, Ganel T. Functional dissociation between perception and action is evident early in life. Developmental science. 2012;15(5):653-8.

  20. Scherf KS, Luna B, Avidan G, Behrmann M. "What" precedes "which": developmental neural tuning in face- and place-related cortex. Cerebral cortex. 2011;21(9):1963-80.

  21. Pertzov Y, Avidan G, Zohary E. Multiple reference frames for saccadic planning in the human parietal cortex. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 2011;31(3):1059-68.

  22. Avidan G, Tanzer M, Behrmann M. Impaired holistic processing in congenital prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia. 2011;49(9):2541-52.

  23. Pertzov Y, Zohary E, Avidan G. Rapid formation of spatiotopic representations as revealed by inhibition of return. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 2010;30(26):8882-7.

  24. Jung KJ, Peng H, Zhao T, Avidan G, Behrmann M. Recovery of signal loss due to an in-plane susceptibility gradient in the gradient echo EPI through acquisition of extended phase-encoding lines. Magnetic resonance imaging. 2010;28(6):777-83.

  25. Thomas C, Avidan G, Humphreys K, Jung KJ, Gao F, Behrmann M. Reduced structural connectivity in ventral visual cortex in congenital prosopagnosia. Nature neuroscience. 2009;12(1):29-31.

  26. Pertzov Y, Zohary E, Avidan G. Implicitly perceived objects attract gaze during later free viewing. Journal of vision. 2009;9(6):6 1-12.

  27. Pertzov Y, Avidan G, Zohary E. Accumulation of visual information across multiple fixations. Journal of vision. 2009;9(10):2 1-12.

  28. Hasson U, Avidan G, Gelbard H, Vallines I, Harel M, Minshew N, et al. Shared and idiosyncratic cortical activation patterns in autism revealed under continuous real-life viewing conditions. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research. 2009;2(4):220-31.

  29. Avidan G, Behrmann M. Functional MRI reveals compromised neural integrity of the face processing network in congenital prosopagnosia. Current biology : CB. 2009;19(13):1146-50.

  30. Thomas C, Moya L, Avidan G, Humphreys K, Jung KJ, Peterson MA, et al. Reduction in white matter connectivity, revealed by diffusion tensor imaging, may account for age-related changes in face perception. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. 2008;20(2):268-84.

  31. Rosenberg K, Liebling R, Avidan G, Perry D, Siman-Tov T, Andelman F, et al. Language related reorganization in adult brain with slow growing glioma: fMRI prospective case-study. Neurocase. 2008;14(6):465-73.

  32. Humphreys K, Hasson U, Avidan G, Minshew N, Behrmann M. Cortical patterns of category-selective activation for faces, places and objects in adults with autism. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research. 2008;1(1):52-63.

  33. Avidan G, Behrmann M. Implicit familiarity processing in congenital prosopagnosia. Journal of neuropsychology. 2008;2(Pt 1):141-64.

  34. Siman-Tov T, Mendelsohn A, Schonberg T, Avidan G, Podlipsky I, Pessoa L, et al. Bihemispheric leftward bias in a visuospatial attention-related network. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 2007;27(42):11271-8.

  35. Humphreys K, Avidan G, Behrmann M. A detailed investigation of facial expression processing in congenital prosopagnosia as compared to acquired prosopagnosia. Experimental brain research. 2007;176(2):356-73.

  36. Behrmann M, Avidan G, Gao F, Black S. Structural imaging reveals anatomical alterations in inferotemporal cortex in congenital prosopagnosia. Cerebral cortex. 2007;17(10):2354-63.

  37. Behrmann M, Avidan G, Leonard GL, Kimchi R, Luna B, Humphreys K, et al. Configural processing in autism and its relationship to face processing. Neuropsychologia. 2006;44(1):110-29.

  38. Behrmann M, Avidan G, Marotta JJ, Kimchi R. Detailed exploration of face-related processing in congenital prosopagnosia: 1. Behavioral findings. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. 2005;17(7):1130-49.

  39. Behrmann M, Avidan G. Congenital prosopagnosia: face-blind from birth. Trends in cognitive sciences. 2005;9(4):180-7.

  40. Avidan G, Hasson U, Malach R, Behrmann M. Detailed exploration of face-related processing in congenital prosopagnosia: 2. Functional neuroimaging findings. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. 2005;17(7):1150-67.

  41. Hasson U, Avidan G, Deouell LY, Bentin S, Malach R. Face-selective activation in a congenital prosopagnosic subject. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. 2003;15(3):419-31.

  42. Avidan G, Levy I, Hendler T, Zohary E, Malach R. Spatial vs. object specific attention in high-order visual areas. NeuroImage. 2003;19(2 Pt 1):308-18.

  43. Avidan G, Hasson U, Hendler T, Zohary E, Malach R. Analysis of the neuronal selectivity underlying low fMRI signals. Current biology : CB. 2002;12(12):964-72.

  44. Avidan G, Harel M, Hendler T, Ben-Bashat D, Zohary E, Malach R. Contrast sensitivity in human visual areas and its relationship to object recognition. Journal of neurophysiology. 2002;87(6):3102-16.

  45. Avidan G, Behrmann M. Correlations between the fMRI BOLD signal and visual perception. Neuron. 2002;34(4):495-7.

  46. Levy I, Hasson U, Avidan G, Hendler T, Malach R. Center-periphery organization of human object areas. Nature neuroscience. 2001;4(5):533-9.

  47. Grill-Spector K, Kushnir T, Edelman S, Avidan G, Itzchak Y, Malach R. Differential processing of objects under various viewing conditions in the human lateral occipital complex. Neuron. 1999;24(1):187-203.

  48. Nardi N, Avidan G, Daily D, Zilkha-Falb R, Barzilai A. Biochemical and temporal analysis of events associated with apoptosis induced by lowering the extracellular potassium concentration in mouse cerebellar granule neurons. Journal of neurochemistry. 1997;68(2):750-9.