Adi Shechter
Cited by
Cited by
Keeping an eye on effort: A pupillometric investigation of effort and effortlessness in visual word recognition
A Shechter, DL Share
Psychological Science 32 (1), 80-95, 2021
Predictive models of word reading fluency in hebrew
A Shechter, O Lipka, T Katzir
Frontiers in psychology 9, 367755, 2018
Mixture model investigation of the inner–outer asymmetry in visual crowding reveals a heavier weight towards the visual periphery
A Shechter, A Yashar
Scientific reports 11 (1), 2116, 2021
A pupillometric study of developmental and individual differences in cognitive effort in visual word recognition
A Shechter, R Hershman, DL Share
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 10764, 2022
Mathematical and Negative Information Are Similarly Processed: Pupil Dilation as an Indicator
L Layzer Yavin, A Shechter, O Rubinsten
Journal of Intelligence 10 (4), 79, 2022
Language-universal and script-specific factors in the recognition of letters in visual crowding: The effects of lexicality, hemifield, and transitional probabilities in a right …
A Shechter, S Medina, DL Share, A Yashar
cortex 171, 319-329, 2024
When the periphery dominates perception: Confusion errors and spatial attention explain the inner-outer asymmetry of visual crowding
A Shechter, A Yashar
bioRxiv, 2020.06. 07.138412, 2020
Insights from Eye Blinks into the Cognitive Processes Involved in Visual Word Recognition
R Hershman, DL Share, EM Weiss, A Henik, A Shechter
Journal of Cognition 7 (1), 2024
A developmental study of eye movements in Hebrew word reading: the effects of word familiarity, word length, and reading proficiency
H Lahoud, DL Share, A Shechter
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1052755, 2023
Perception is dominated by the peripheral item: Testing the mechanisms underlying the crowding effect through the inner–outer asymmetry
A Shechter, A Yashar
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 869-869, 2020
A Shechter, A Yashar, A Yashar
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–11