Roy Luria
Roy Luria
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Visual short-term memory capacity for simple and complex objects
R Luria, P Sessa, A Gotler, P Jolicœur, R Dell'Acqua
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (3), 496-512, 2010
1962010
The contralateral delay activity as a neural measure of visual working memory
R Luria, H Balaban, E Awh, EK Vogel
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 62, 100-108, 2016
1662016
Shape and color conjunction stimuli are represented as bound objects in visual working memory
R Luria, EK Vogel
Neuropsychologia 49 (6), 1632-1639, 2011
1502011
Cognitive effects of radiation emitted by cellular phones: the influence of exposure side and time
R Luria, I Eliyahu, R Hareuveny, M Margaliot, N Meiran
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2009
1062009
Online order control in the psychological refractory period paradigm.
R Luria, N Meiran
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 29 (3), 556, 2003
1032003
Orienting attention to objects in visual short-term memory
R Dell’Acqua, P Sessa, P Toffanin, R Luria, P Jolicœur
Neuropsychologia 48 (2), 419-428, 2010
852010
Effects of radiofrequency radiation emitted by cellular telephones on the cognitive functions of humans
I Eliyahu, R Luria, R Hareuveny, M Margaliot, N Meiran, G Shani
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2006
842006
P3 latency shifts in the attentional blink: further evidence for second target processing postponement
P Sessa, R Luria, R Verleger, R Dell'Acqua
Brain research 1137, 131-139, 2007
712007
Interhemispheric ERP asymmetries over inferior parietal cortex reveal differential visual working memory maintenance for fearful versus neutral facial identities
P Sessa, R Luria, A Gotler, P Jolicœur, R Dell'Acqua
Psychophysiology 48 (2), 187-197, 2011
702011
Reevaluating encoding-capacity limitations as a cause of the attentional blink.
R Dell'Acqua, P Jolicœur, R Luria, P Pluchino
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (2), 338, 2009
642009
There’s more to anxiety than meets the eye: Isolating threat-related attentional engagement and disengagement biases.
G Sheppes, R Luria, K Fukuda, JJ Gross
Emotion 13 (3), 520, 2013
622013
Visual search demands dictate reliance on working memory storage
R Luria, EK Vogel
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (16), 6199-6207, 2011
612011
Increased control demand results in serial processing: Evidence from dual-task performance
R Luria, N Meiran
Psychological Science 16 (10), 833-840, 2005
612005
Individual differences in anxiety predict neural measures of visual working memory for untrustworthy faces
F Meconi, R Luria, P Sessa
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (12), 1872-1879, 2014
352014
Come together, right now: Dynamic overwriting of an object's history through common fate
R Luria, EK Vogel
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (8), 1819-1828, 2014
312014
Look out for strangers! Sustained neural activity during visual working memory maintenance of other-race faces is modulated by implicit racial prejudice
P Sessa, S Tomelleri, R Luria, L Castelli, M Reynolds, R Dell’Acqua
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 7 (3), 314-321, 2012
262012
The number of objects determines visual working memory capacity allocation for complex items
H Balaban, R Luria
NeuroImage 119, 54-62, 2015
252015
Dual route for subtask order control: Evidence from the psychological refractory paradigm
R Luria, N Meiran
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (4), 720-744, 2006
232006
Integration of distinct objects in visual working memory depends on strong objecthood cues even for different-dimension conjunctions
H Balaban, R Luria
Cerebral Cortex 26 (5), 2093-2104, 2016
222016
Dissociating between the N2pc and attentional shifting: An attentional blink study
A Zivony, AS Allon, R Luria, D Lamy
Neuropsychologia 121, 153-163, 2018
202018
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