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Halely Balaban
Halely Balaban
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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
3432016
The number of objects determines visual working memory capacity allocation for complex items
H Balaban, R Luria
NeuroImage 119, 54-62, 2015
442015
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, 2015
402015
What can half a million change detection trials tell us about visual working memory?
H Balaban, K Fukuda, R Luria
Cognition 191, 103984, 2019
32*2019
Neural and behavioral evidence for an online resetting process in visual working memory
H Balaban, R Luria
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (5), 1225-1239, 2017
312017
Object representations in visual working memory change according to the task context
H Balaban, R Luria
cortex 81, 1-13, 2016
282016
Different features of real-world objects are represented in a dependent manner in long-term memory.
H Balaban, D Assaf, M Arad Meir, R Luria
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (7), 1275, 2020
232020
Delineating resetting and updating in visual working memory based on the object-to-representation correspondence
H Balaban, T Drew, R Luria
Neuropsychologia 113, 85-94, 2018
152018
Neural evidence for an object-based pointer system underlying working memory
H Balaban, T Drew, R Luria
cortex 119, 362-372, 2019
142019
How low can you go? Changing the resolution of novel complex objects in visual working memory according to task demands
AS Allon, H Balaban, R Luria
Frontiers in psychology 5, 80195, 2014
132014
Visual working memory can selectively reset a subset of its representations
H Balaban, T Drew, R Luria
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25, 1877-1883, 2018
92018
Using the contralateral delay activity to study online processing of items still within view
H Balaban, R Luria
Spatial learning and attention guidance, 107-128, 2020
62020
Electrophysiology reveals that intuitive physics guides visual tracking and working memory
H Balaban, K Smith, J Tenenbaum, T Ullman
PsyArXiv, 2023
12023
Dissociable online integration processes in visual working memory
H Balaban, T Drew, R Luria
Cerebral Cortex 33 (23), 11420-11430, 2023
2023
Intuitive physics guides visual tracking and working memory: The dynamics of neural processing in expectation violation
H Balaban, K Smith, J Tenenbaum, T Ullman
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 4903-4903, 2023
2023
Using EEG to uncover the dynamics of physical expectation violation and resolution
H Balaban, KA Smith, TD Ullman, JB Tenenbaum
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3386-3386, 2022
2022
Objects are represented as integrated items in visual memory
D Assaf, H Balaban, R Luria
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 820-820, 2018
2018
An object-based pointer system in visual working memory
H Balaban, T Drew, R Luria
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 185-185, 2018
2018
Visual working memory resetting is triggered by a loss of objects-to-representations correspondence
H Balaban, T Drew, R Luria
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1282-1282, 2017
2017
Encoding strategies in visual working memory
H Cohen, H Balaban, R Luria
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 113-113, 2017
2017
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