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    • The Cortical Underpinnings of Context-based Memory Distortion 

      Aminoff, Elissa; Schacter, Daniel; Bar, Moshe (MIT Press, 2008)
      Everyday contextual settings create associations that later afford generating predictions about what objects to expect in our environment. The cortical network that takes advantage of such contextual information is proposed ...
    • Micro-Valences: Perceiving Affective Valence in Everyday Objects 

      Lebrecht, Sophie; Bar, Moshe; Barrett, Lisa Feldman; Tarr, Michael J. (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2012)
      Perceiving the affective valence of objects influences how we think about and react to the world around us. Conversely, the speed and quality with which we visually recognize objects in a visual scene can vary dramatically ...
    • Neural Correlates of Subliminal Language Processing 

      Axelrod, Vadim; Bar, Moshe; Rees, Geraint; Yovel, Galit (Oxford University Press, 2014)
      Language is a high-level cognitive function, so exploring the neural correlates of unconscious language processing is essential for understanding the limits of unconscious processing in general. The results of several ...