Itamar Lerner
Itamar Lerner
Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Verified email at utsa.edu - Homepage
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Spreading activation in an attractor network with latching dynamics: automatic semantic priming revisited
I Lerner, S Bentin, O Shriki
Cognitive science 36 (8), 1339-1382, 2012
402012
What can we learn from learning models about sensitivity to letter-order in visual word recognition?
I Lerner, BC Armstrong, R Frost
Journal of Memory and Language 77, 40-58, 2014
252014
Excessive attractor instability accounts for semantic priming in schizophrenia
I Lerner, S Bentin, O Shriki
PLoS One 7 (7), e40663, 2012
252012
Internally-and externally-driven network transitions as a basis for automatic and strategic processes in semantic priming: theory and experimental validation
I Lerner, O Shriki
Frontiers in psychology 5, 314, 2014
212014
Baseline levels of rapid eye movement sleep may protect against excessive activity in fear-related neural circuitry
I Lerner, SM Lupkin, N Sinha, A Tsai, MA Gluck
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (46), 11233-11244, 2017
152017
The influence of sleep on emotional and cognitive processing is primarily trait-(but not state-) dependent
I Lerner, S Lupkin, JE Corter, SE Peters, L Canella, M Gluck
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 134 (B), 275-286, 2016
112016
Sleep and the extraction of hidden regularities: a systematic review and the importance of temporal rules
I Lerner, MA Gluck
Sleep medicine reviews 47, 39-50, 2019
102019
Automatic and controlled processes in semantic priming: an attractor neural network model with latching dynamics
I Lerner, S Bentin, O Shriki
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 32 (32), 2010
82010
Integrating the automatic and the controlled: strategies in semantic priming in an attractor network with latching dynamics
I Lerner, S Bentin, O Shriki
Cognitive science 38 (8), 1562-1603, 2014
72014
Transcranial current stimulation during sleep facilitates insight into temporal rules, but does not consolidate memories of individual sequential experiences
I Lerner, NA Ketz, AP Jones, NB Bryant, B Robert, SW Skorheim, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-17, 2019
62019
Age affects reinforcement learning through dopamine-based learning imbalance and high decision noise—not through Parkinsonian mechanisms
RB Sojitra, I Lerner, JR Petok, MA Gluck
Neurobiology of aging 68, 102-113, 2018
62018
Sleep is for the brain
I Lerner
Computational models of brain and behavior, 245, 2017
52017
Unsupervised temporal learning during sleep supports insight
I Lerner
Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience, 2017
42017
Individual Differences in slow-wave-sleep predict acquisition of full cognitive maps
I Lerner, MA Gluck
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 404, 2018
22018
One-shot tagging during wake and cueing during sleep with spatiotemporal patterns of transcranial electrical stimulation can boost long-term metamemory of individual episodes …
PK Pilly, SW Skorheim, RJ Hubbard, NA Ketz, SM Roach, I Lerner, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 1416, 2020
12020
When Sleep-Dependent Gist Extraction Goes Awry: False Composite Memories are Facilitated by Slow Wave Sleep.
I Lerner, T Kerbaj, MA Gluck
CogSci, 2119-2124, 2019
2019
Spatiotemporal patterns of transcranial electrical stimulation can strengthen the metamemory of individual episodic memories in humans
PK Pilly, SW Skorheim, RJ Hubbard, NA Ketz, SM Roach, AP Jones, ...
bioRxiv, 672378, 2019
2019
How age affects reinforcement learning
I Lerner, R Sojitra, M Gluck
Aging (Albany NY) 10 (12), 3630, 2018
2018
Semantic Priming in Typical and Schizophrenic Individuals: An Attractor Network Model with Latching Dynamics
I Lerner
Hebrew University, 2012
2012
www. aging-us. com AGING 2018, Vol. 10, Advance
I Lerner, R Sojitra, M Gluck
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