Nitzan Shahar
Nitzan Shahar
Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing
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Task switching training effects are mediated by working-memory management
M Pereg, N Shahar, N Meiran
Intelligence 41 (5), 467-478, 2013
Selective influence of working memory load on exceptionally slow reaction times.
N Shahar, AR Teodorescu, M Usher, M Pereg, N Meiran
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (5), 1837, 2014
Increased ongoing neural variability in ADHD
G Gonen-Yaacovi, A Arazi, N Shahar, A Karmon, S Haar, N Meiran, ...
Cortex 81, 50-63, 2016
Improving the reliability of model-based decision-making estimates in the two-stage decision task with reaction-times and drift-diffusion modeling
N Shahar, TU Hauser, M Moutoussis, R Moran, M Keramati, RJ Dolan
PLoS computational biology 15 (2), e1006803, 2019
Computation in psychotherapy, or how computational psychiatry can aid learning-based psychological therapies
M Moutoussis, N Shahar, TU Hauser, RJ Dolan
Computational Psychiatry 2, 50-73, 2018
Exploring relations between task conflict and informational conflict in the Stroop task
O Entel, J Tzelgov, Y Bereby-Meyer, N Shahar
Psychological Research 79 (6), 913-927, 2015
The role of working memory in rapid instructed task learning and intention-based reflexivity: An individual differences examination
N Meiran, M Pereg, E Givon, G Danieli, N Shahar
Neuropsychologia 90, 180-189, 2016
Credit assignment to state-independent task representations and its relationship with model-based decision making
N Shahar, R Moran, TU Hauser, RA Kievit, D McNamee, M Moutoussis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (32), 15871-15876, 2019
Learning to control actions: transfer effects following a procedural cognitive control computerized training
N Shahar, N Meiran
PLoS One 10 (3), e0119992, 2015
Memory for action rules and reaction time variability in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
N Shahar, AR Teodorescu, A Karmon-Presser, GE Anholt, N Meiran
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 1 (2), 132-140, 2016
Formation of abstract task representations: Exploring dosage and mechanisms of working memory training effects
N Shahar, M Pereg, AR Teodorescu, R Moran, A Karmon-Presser, ...
Cognition 181, 151-159, 2018
Examining procedural working memory processing in obsessive-compulsive disorder
N Shahar, AR Teodorescu, GE Anholt, A Karmon-Presser, N Meiran
Psychiatry Research 253, 197-204, 2017
Differential contribution of task conflicts to task switch cost and task mixing cost in alternating runs and cued task-switching: Evidence from ex-gaussian modeling of reaction …
N Shahar, N Meiran
Psychological research 79 (2), 259-266, 2015
Working memory involvement in reaction time and its contribution to fluid intelligence: An examination of individual differences in reaction-time distributions
N Meiran, N Shahar
Intelligence 69, 176-185, 2018
Consortium, NSPN, Dolan, RJ (2019). Improving the reliability of model-based decision-making estimates in the two-stage decision task with reaction-times and drift-diffusion …
N Shahar, TU Hauser, M Moutoussis, R Moran, M Keramati
PLoS Comput. Biol 15, 1-25, 0
Can we learn to learn? The influence of procedural working-memory training on rapid instructed-task-learning
M Pereg, N Shahar, N Meiran
Psychological research 83 (1), 132-146, 2019
Compulsivity is linked to reduced adolescent development of goal-directed control and frontostriatal functional connectivity
MM Vaghi, M Moutoussis, F Váša, RA Kievit, TU Hauser, PE Vértes, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (41), 25911-25922, 2020
Effects of neurofeedback and working memory-combined training on executive functions in healthy young adults
S Gordon, D Todder, I Deutsch, D Garbi, O Alkobi, O Shriki, ...
Psychological Research, 1-24, 2019
Decision Mechanisms Underlying the Ability to Direct and Select Actions in Healthy Participants and Clinical Disorders
N Shahar
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 2015
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