Publications

2019

  1. Norman Y., Yeagle E. M., Khuvis S., Harel M., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2019). Hippocampal sharp-wave ripples linked to visual episodic recollection in humans.  Science. 365:(6454)657-671.  Abstract
  2. Grossman S., Gueta C., Pesin S., Malach R. & Landau A. N. (2019). Where Does Time Go When You Blink?.  Psychological Science. 30:(6)907-916.  Abstract

2018

  1. Dayan E., Barliya A., de Gelder B., Hendler T., Malach R. & Flash T. (2018). Motion cues modulate responses to emotion in movies.  Scientific Reports. 8.  Abstract
  2. Eilam R., Segal M., Malach R., Sela M., Arnon R. & Aharoni R. (2018). Astrocyte disruption of neurovascular communication is linked to cortical damage in an animal model of multiple sclerosis.  GLIA. 66:(5)1098-1117.  Abstract
  3. Broday-Dvir R., Grossman S., Furman-Haran E. & Malach R. (2018). Quenching of spontaneous fluctuations by attention in human visual cortex.  NeuroImage. 171:84-98.  Abstract

2017

  1. Norman Y., Yeagle E. M., Harel M., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2017). Neuronal baseline shifts underlying boundary setting during free recall.  Nat Commun. 8.  Abstract
  2. Neuman Y., Howard N., Falissard L. & Malach R. (2017). The embodiment of connotations: A proposed model.  Semiotica. (218)65-79.  Abstract
  3. Golan T., Davidesco I., Meshulam M., Groppe D. M., Megevand P., Yeagle E. M., Goldfinger M. S., Harel M., Melloni L., Schroeder C. E., Deouell L. Y., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2017). Increasing suppression of saccade-related transients along the human visual hierarchy.  eLife. 6.  Abstract
  4. Keller C. J., Davidesco I., Megevand P., Lado F. A., Malach R. & Mehta A. D. (2017). Tuning Face Perception with Electrical Stimulation of the Fusiform Gyrus.  Human Brain Mapping. 38:(6)2830-2842.  Abstract
  5. Hahamy A., Macdonald S. N., van den Heiligenberg d. H. F., Kieliba P., Emir U., Malach R., Johansen-Berg H., Brugger P., Culham J. C. & Makin T. R. (2017). Representation of Multiple Body Parts in the Missing-Hand Territory of Congenital One-Handers.  Current Biology. 27:(9)1350-1355.  Abstract
  6. Wilf M., Strappini F., Golan T., Hahamy A., Harel M. & Malach R. (2017). Spontaneously Emerging Patterns in Human Visual Cortex Reflect Responses to Naturalistic Sensory Stimuli.  Cerebral Cortex. 27:(1)750-763.  Abstract
  7. Podvalny E., Yeagle E., Megevand P., Sarid N., Harel M., Chechik G., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2017). Invariant Temporal Dynamics Underlie Perceptual Stability in Human Visual Cortex.  Current Biology. 27:(2)155-165.  Abstract
  8. Cohen O., Doron D., Koppel M., Malach R. & Friedman D. (2017). High Performance in Brain-Computer Interface Control of an Avatar Using the Missing Hand Representation in Long Term Amputees.  . 403-406.  Abstract

2016

  1. Meshulam M. & Malach R. (2016). Trained to silence: Progressive signal inhibition during short visuo-motor training.  NeuroImage. 143:106-115.  Abstract
  2. Golan T., Davidesco I., Meshulam M., Groppe D. M., Megevand P., Yeagle E. M., Goldfinger M. S., Harel M., Melloni L., Schroeder C. E., Deouell L. Y., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2016). Human intracranial recordings link suppressed transients rather than 'filling-in' to perceptual continuity across blinks.  eLife. 5.  Abstract
  3. Berkovich-Ohana A., Harel M., Hahamy A., Arieli A. & Malach R. (2016). Data for default network reduced functional connectivity in meditators, negatively correlated with meditation expertise.  Data in Brief. 8:910-4.  Abstract
  4. Eilam R., Aharoni R., Arnon R. & Malach R. (2016). Astrocyte morphology is confined by cortical functional boundaries in mammals ranging from mice to human.  eLife. 5.  Abstract
  5. Ramot M., Grossman S., Friedman D. & Malach R. (2016). Covert neurofeedback without awareness shapes cortical network spontaneous connectivity.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:(17)E2413-E2420.  Abstract
  6. Berkovich-Ohana A., Harel M., Hahamy A., Arieli A. & Malach R. (2016). Alterations in task-induced activity and resting-state fluctuations in visual and DMN areas revealed in long-term meditators.  NeuroImage. 135:125-34.  Abstract
  7. Deouell L., Grill-Spector K., Malach R., Murray M. & Rossion B. (2016). Introduction to the special issue on functional selectivity in perceptual and cognitive systems - a tribute to Shlomo Bentin (1946-2012).  Neuropsychologia. 83:1-4.
  8. Dayan E., Sella I., Mukovskiy A., Douek Y., Giese M. A., Malach R. & Flash T. (2016). The Default Mode Network Differentiates Biological From Non-Biological Motion.  Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 26:(1)234-45.  Abstract
  9. Wilf M., Ramot M., Furman-Haran E., Arzi A., Levkovitz Y. & Malach R. (2016). Diminished Auditory Responses during NREM Sleep Correlate with the Hierarchy of Language Processing.  PLoS One. 11:(6)e0157143.  Abstract

2015

  1. Berkovich-Ohana A., Wilf M., Kahana R., Arieli A. & Malach R. (2015). Repetitive speech elicits widespread deactivation in the human cortex: the "Mantra" effect?.  Brain and Behavior. 5:(7)  Abstract
  2. Noy N., Bickel S., Zion-Golumbic E., Harel M., Golan T., Davidesco I., Schevon C. A., McKhann G. M., Goodman R. R., Schroeder C. E., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2015). Ignition's glow: Ultra-fast spread of global cortical activity accompanying local "ignitions" in visual cortex during conscious visual perception.  Consciousness and Cognition. 35:206-24.  Abstract
  3. Yellin D., Berkovich-Ohana A. & Malach R. (2015). Coupling between pupil fluctuations and resting-state fMRI uncovers a slow build-up of antagonistic responses in the human cortex.  NeuroImage. 106:414-427.  Abstract
  4. Harmelech T., Friedman D. & Malach R. (2015). Differential Magnetic Resonance Neurofeedback Modulations across Extrinsic (Visual) and Intrinsic (Default-Mode) Nodes of the Human Cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience. 35:(6)2588-2595.  Abstract
  5. Hahamy A., Behrmann M. & Malach R. (2015). The idiosyncratic brain: distortion of spontaneous connectivity patterns in autism spectrum disorder.  Nature Neuroscience. 18:(2)302-309.  Abstract
  6. Hahamy A., Sotiropoulos S. N., Slater D. H., Malach R., Johansen-Berg H. & Makin T. R. (2015). Normalisation of brain connectivity through compensatory behaviour, despite congenital hand absence.  eLife. 4.  Abstract
  7. Moutard C., Dehaene S. & Malach R. (2015). Spontaneous Fluctuations and Non-linear Ignitions: Two Dynamic Faces of Cortical Recurrent Loops.  Neuron. 88:(1)194-206.  Abstract

2014

  1. Davidesco I., Zion-Golumbic E., Bickel S., Harel M., Groppe D. M., Keller C. J., Schevon C. A., McKhann G. M., Goodman R. R., Goelman G., Schroeder C. E., Mehta A. D. & Malach R. (2014). Exemplar Selectivity Reflects Perceptual Similarities in the Human Fusiform Cortex.  Cerebral Cortex. 24:(7)1879-1893.  Abstract
  2. Cohen O., Koppel M., Malach R. & Friedman D. (2014). Controlling an avatar by thought using real-time fMRI.  Journal of Neural Engineering. 11:(3)  Abstract
  3. Salomon R., Levy D. R. & Malach R. (2014). Deconstructing the Default: Cortical subdivision of the Default Mode/Intrinsic System During Self-Related Processing.  Human Brain Mapping. 35:(4)1491-1502.  Abstract
  4. Goldberg H., Preminger S. & Malach R. (2014). The emotion-action link? Naturalistic emotional stimuli preferentially activate the human dorsal visual stream.  NeuroImage. 84:254-264.  Abstract
  5. Cohen O., Druon S., Lengagne S., Mendelsohn A., Malach R., Kheddar A. & Friedman D. (2014). fMRI-Based Robotic Embodiment: Controlling a Humanoid Robot by Thought Using Real-Time fMR1.  PRESENCE-TELEOPERATORS AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS. 23:(3)229-241.  Abstract

2013

  1. Harmelech T. & Malach R. (2013). Neurocognitive biases and the patterns of spontaneous correlations in the human cortex.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 17:(12)606-615.  Abstract
  2. Ramot M., Fisch L., Davidesco I., Harel M., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Fried I. & Malach R. (2013). Emergence of Sensory Patterns during Sleep Highlights Differential Dynamics of REM and Non-REM Sleep Stages.  Journal of Neuroscience. 33:(37)14715-14728.  Abstract
  3. Harmelech T., Preminger S., Wertman E. & Malach R. (2013). The Day-After Effect: Long Term, Hebbian-Like Restructuring of Resting-State fMRI Patterns Induced by a Single Epoch of Cortical Activation.  Journal of Neuroscience. 33:(22)9488-9497.  Abstract
  4. Meshulam M., Ramot M., Harel M., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Fried I. & Malach R. (2013). Selectivity of audiovisual ECoG responses revealed under naturalistic stimuli in the human cortex.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 109:(9)2272-2281.  Abstract
  5. Fekete T., Wilf M., Rubin D., Edelman S., Malach R. & Mujica-Parodi L. R. (2013). Combining Classification with fMRI-Derived Complex Network Measures for Potential Neurodiagnostics.  PLoS One. 8:(5)  Abstract
  6. Gilaie-Dotan S., Hahamy-Dubossarsky A., Nir Y., Berkovich-Ohana A., Bentin S. & Malach R. (2013). Resting state functional connectivity reflects abnormal task-activated patterns in a developmental object agnosic.  NeuroImage. 70:189-198.  Abstract
  7. Privman E., Malach R. & Yeshurun Y. (2013). Modeling the electrical field created by mass neural activity.  Neural Networks. 40:44-51.  Abstract
  8. Davidesco I., Harel M., Ramot M., Kramer U., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Goelman G., Fried I. & Malach R. (2013). Spatial and Object-Based Attention Modulates Broadband High-Frequency Responses across the Human Visual Cortical Hierarchy.  Journal of Neuroscience. 33:(3)1228-1240.  Abstract

2012

  1. Dinstein I., Heeger D. J., Lorenzi L., Minshew N. J., Malach R. & Behrmann M. (2012). Unreliable Evoked Responses in Autism.  Neuron. 75:(6)981-991.  Abstract
  2. Malach R. (2012). Targeting the functional properties of cortical neurons using fMR-adaptation.  NeuroImage. 62:(2)1163-1169.  Abstract
  3. Ramot M., Fisch L., Harel M., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Fried I. & Malach R. (2012). A Widely Distributed Spectral Signature of Task-Negative Electrocorticography Responses Revealed during a Visuomotor Task in the Human Cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience. 32:(31)10458-10469.  Abstract
  4. Ovadia-Caro S., Nir Y., Soddu A., Ramot M., Hesselmann G., Vanhaudenhuyse A., Dinstein I., Tshibanda J. L., Boly M., Harel M., Laureys S. & Malach R. (2012). Reduction in Inter-Hemispheric Connectivity in Disorders of Consciousness.  PLoS One. 7:(5)  Abstract
  5. Soddu A., Vanhaudenhuyse A., Bahri M. A., Bruno M., Boly M., Demertzi A., Tshibanda J., Phillips C., Stanziano M., Ovadia-Caro S., Nir Y., Maquet P., Papa M., Malach R., Laureys S. & Noirhomme Q. (2012). Identifying the default-mode component in spatial IC analyses of patients with disorders of consciousness.  Human Brain Mapping. 33:(4)778-796.  Abstract
  6. Brennan J., Nir Y., Hasson U., Malach R., Heeger D. J. & Pylkkaenen L. (2012). Syntactic structure building in the anterior temporal lobe during natural story listening.  Brain and Language. 120:(2)163-173.  Abstract

2011

  1. Hesselmann G. & Malach R. (2011). The Link between fMRI-BOLD Activation and Perceptual Awareness Is "Stream-Invariant" in the Human Visual System.  Cerebral Cortex. 21:(12)2829-2837.  Abstract
  2. Malach R. (2011). Conscious perception and the frontal lobes: comment on Lau and Rosenthal.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 15:(11)507-507.  Abstract
  3. Ramot M., Wilf M., Goldberg H., Weiss T., Deouell L. Y. & Malach R. (2011). Coupling between spontaneous (resting state) fMRI fluctuations and human oculo-motor activity.  NeuroImage. 58:(1)213-225.  Abstract
  4. Hesselmann G., Hebart M. & Malach R. (2011). Differential BOLD Activity Associated with Subjective and Objective Reports during "Blindsight" in Normal Observers.  Journal of Neuroscience. 31:(36)12936-12944.  Abstract
  5. Salomon R., Bleich-Cohen M., Hahamy-Dubossarsky A., Dinstien I., Weizman R., Poyurovsky M., Kupchik M., Kotler M., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2011). Global Functional Connectivity Deficits in Schizophrenia Depend on Behavioral State.  Journal of Neuroscience. 31:(36)12972-12981.  Abstract
  6. Mukamel R., Nir Y., Harel M., Arieli A., Malach R. & Fried I. (2011). Invariance of Firing Rate and Field Potential Dynamics to Stimulus Modulation Rate in Human Auditory Cortex.  Human Brain Mapping. 32:(8)1181-1193.  Abstract
  7. Dinstein I., Pierce K., Eyler L., Solso S., Malach R., Behrmann M. & Courchesne E. (2011). Disrupted Neural Synchronization in Toddlers with Autism.  Neuron. 70:(6)1218-1225.  Abstract
  8. Privman E., Fisch L., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Yeshurun Y., Fried I. & Malach R. (2011). Antagonistic Relationship between Gamma Power and Visual Evoked Potentials Revealed in Human Visual Cortex.  Cerebral Cortex. 21:(3)616-624.  Abstract
  9. Preminger S., Harmelech T. & Malach R. (2011). Stimulus-free thoughts induce differential activation in the human default network.  NeuroImage. 54:(2)1692-1702.  Abstract

2010

  1. Harel A., Gilaie-Dotan S., Malach R. & Bentin S. (2010). Top-Down Engagement Modulates the Neural Expressions of Visual Expertise.  Cerebral Cortex. 20:(10)2304-2318.  Abstract
  2. Gilaie-Dotan S., Gelbard-Sagiv H. & Malach R. (2010). Perceptual shape sensitivity to upright and inverted faces is reflected in neuronal adaptation.  NeuroImage. 50:(2)383-395.  Abstract
  3. Paz R., Gelbard-Sagiv H., Mukamel R., Harel M., Malach R. & Fried I. (2010). A neural substrate in the human hippocampus for linking successive events.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107:(13)6046-6051.  Abstract
  4. Hasson U., Malach R. & Heeger D. J. (2010). Reliability of cortical activity during natural stimulation.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 14:(1)40-48.  Abstract
  5. Amedi A., Raz N., Azulay H., Malach R. & Zohary E. (2010). Cortical activity during tactile exploration of objects in blind and sighted humans.  Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 28:(2)143-156.  Abstract

2009

  1. Fisch L., Privman E., Ramot M., Harel M., Nir Y., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Fried I. & Malach R. (2009). Neural "Ignition": Enhanced Activation Linked to Perceptual Awareness in Human Ventral Stream Visual Cortex.  Neuron. 64:(4)562-574.  Abstract
  2. Gilaie-Dotan S., Perry A., Bonneh Y., Malach R. & Bentin S. (2009). Seeing with Profoundly Deactivated Mid-level Visual Areas: Non-hierarchical Functioning in the Human Visual Cortex.  Cerebral Cortex. 19:(7)1687-1703.  Abstract
  3. Soddu A., Boly M., Nir Y., Noirhomme Q., Vanhaudenhuyse A., Demertzi A., Arzi A., Ovadia S., Stanziano M., Papa M., Laureys S. & Malach R. (2009). Reaching across the abyss: recent advances in functional magnetic resonance imaging and their potential relevance to disorders of consciousness.  . 261-274.  Abstract
  4. Preminger S., Harmelech T., Laufer O., Gilaie-Dotan S., Arieli A. & Malach R. (2009). Computer game environment for assessment of selfinitiated behavior and measurement of its neural correlates using fMRI.  2009 Virtual Rehabilitation International Conference. 200-200.  Abstract

2008

  1. Ben Bashat B. D., Sivan I., Ziv M., Aizenstein O., Pianka P., Malach R., Graif M., Hendler T. & Navon G. (2008). T1-Weighted Functional Imaging Based on a Contrast Agent in Presurgical Mapping.  Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 28:(5)1245-1250.  Abstract
  2. Motes M. A., Malach R. & Kozhevnikov M. (2008). Object-processing neural efficiency differentiates object from spatial visualizers.  NeuroReport. 19:(17)1727-1731.  Abstract
  3. Gelbard-Sagiv H., Mukamel R., Harel M., Malach R. & Fried I. (2008). Internally generated reactivation of single neurons in human hippocampus during free recall.  Science. 322:(5898)96-101.  Abstract
  4. Nir Y., Mukamel R., Dinstein I., Privman E., Harel M., Fisch L., Gelbard-Sagiv H., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Arieli A., Fried I. & Malach R. (2008). Interhemispheric correlations of slow spontaneous neuronal fluctuations revealed in human sensory cortex.  Nature Neuroscience. 11:(9)1100-1108.  Abstract
  5. Goldberg I., Ullman S. & Malach R. (2008). Neuronal correlates of "free will" are associated with regional specialization in the human intrinsic/default network.  Consciousness and Cognition. 17:(3)587-601.  Abstract
  6. Lerner Y., Epshtein B., Ullman S. & Malach R. (2008). Class information predicts activation by object fragments in human object areas.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20:(7)1189-1206.  Abstract
  7. Nir Y., Dinstein I., Malach R. & Heeger D. J. (2008). BOLD and spiking activity.  Nature Neuroscience. 11:(5)523-524.
  8. Quiroga R. Q., Mukamel R., Isham E. A., Malach R. & Fried I. (2008). Human single-neuron responses at the threshold of conscious recognition.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105:(9)3599-3604.  Abstract
  9. Gilaie-Dotan S., Nir Y. & Malach R. (2008). Regionally-specific adaptation dynamics in human object areas.  NeuroImage. 39:(4)1926-1937.  Abstract
  10. Bitterman Y., Mukamel R., Malach R., Fried I. & Nelken I. (2008). Ultra-fine frequency tuning revealed in single neurons of human auditory cortex.  Nature. 451:(7175)197-U9.  Abstract
  11. Golland Y., Golland P., Bentin S. & Malach R. (2008). Data-driven clustering reveals a fundamental subdivision of the human cortex into two global systems.  Neuropsychologia. 46:(2)540-553.  Abstract

2007

  1. Malach R. (2007). The measurement problem in consciousness research.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 30:(6-May)516-+.  Abstract
  2. Heller R., Golland Y., Malach R. & Benjamini Y. (2007). Conjunction group analysis: An alternative to mixed/random effect analysis.  NeuroImage. 37:(4)1178-1185.  Abstract
  3. Deouell L. Y., Heller A. S., Malach R., D'Esposito M. & Knight R. T. (2007). Cerebral responses to change in spatial location of unattended sounds.  Neuron. 55:(6)985-996.  Abstract
  4. Nir Y., Fisch L., Mukamel R., Gelbard-Sagiv H., Arieli A., Fried I. & Malach R. (2007). Coupling between neuronal firing rate, gamma LFP, and BOLD fMRI is related to interneuronal correlations.  Current Biology. 17:(15)1275-1285.  Abstract
  5. Privman E., Nir Y., Kramer U., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Mukamel R., Yeshurun Y., Fried I. & Malach R. (2007). Enhanced category tuning revealed by intracranial electroencephalograms in high-order human visual areas.  Journal of Neuroscience. 27:(23)6234-6242.  Abstract
  6. Golland Y., Bentin S., Gelbard H., Benjamini Y., Heller R., Nir Y., Hasson U. & Malach R. (2007). Extrinsic and intrinsic systems in the posterior cortex of the human brain revealed during natural sensory stimulation.  Cerebral Cortex. 17:(4)766-777.  Abstract
  7. Gilaie-Dotan S. & Malach R. (2007). Sub-exemplar shape tuning in human face-related areas.  Cerebral Cortex. 17:(2)325-338.  Abstract

2006

  1. Lerner Y., Hendler T., Malach R., Harel M., Leiba H., Stolovitch C. & Pianka P. (2006). Selective fovea-related deprived activation in retinotopic and high-order visual cortex of human amblyopes.  NeuroImage. 33:(1)169-179.  Abstract
  2. Malach R. & Josipovic Z. (2006). Perception without a perceiver - In conversation with Zoran Josipovic.  Journal of Consciousness Studies. 13:(9)57-66.  Abstract
  3. Nir Y., Hasson U., Levy I., Yeshurun Y. & Malach R. (2006). Widespread functional connectivity and fMR1 fluctuations in human visual cortex in the absence of visual stimulation.  NeuroImage. 30:(4)1313-1324.  Abstract
  4. Goldberg I., Harel M. & Malach R. (2006). When the brain loses its self: Prefrontal inactivation during sensorimotor processing.  Neuron. 50:(2)329-339.  Abstract

2005

  1. Amedi A., Malach R. & Pascual-Leone A. (2005). Negative BOLD differentiates visual imagery and perception.  Neuron. 48:(5)859-872.  Abstract
  2. Mukamel R., Gelbard H., Arieli A., Hasson U., Fried I. & Malach R. (2005). Coupling between neuronal firing, field potentials, and fMR1 in human auditory cortex.  Science. 309:(5736)951-954.  Abstract
  3. Avidan G., Hasson U., Malach R. & Behrmann M. (2005). Detailed exploration of face-related processing in congenital prosopagnosia: 2. Functional neuroimaging findings.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 17:(7)1150-1167.  Abstract
  4. Shmuel A., Korman M., Sterkin A., Harel M., Ullman S., Malach R. & Grinvald A. (2005). Retinotopic axis specificity and selective clustering of feedback projections from V2 to V1 in the owl monkey.  Journal of Neuroscience. 25:(8)2117-2131.  Abstract

2004

  1. Levy I., Hasson U. & Malach R. (2004). One picture is worth at least a million neurons.  Current Biology. 14:(11)996-1001.  Abstract
  2. Levy I., Hasson U., Harel M. & Malach R. (2004). Functional analysis of the periphery effect in human building-related areas.  Human Brain Mapping. 22:(1)15-26.  Abstract
  3. Mukamel R., Harel M., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2004). Enhanced temporal non-linearities in human object-related occipito-temporal cortex.  Cerebral Cortex. 14:(5)575-585.  Abstract
  4. Hasson U., Nir Y., Levy I., Fuhrmann G. & Malach R. (2004). Intersubject synchronization of cortical activity during natural vision.  Science. 303:(5664)1634-1640.  Abstract
  5. Lemer Y., Harel M. & Malach R. (2004). Rapid completion effects in human high-order visual areas.  NeuroImage. 21:(2)516-526.  Abstract
  6. Grill-Spector K. & Malach R. (2004). The human visual cortex.  Annual Review of Neuroscience. 27:649-677.  Abstract

2003

  1. Lerner Y., Pianka P., Azmon B., Leiba H., Stolovitch C., Loewenstein A., Harel M., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2003). Area-specific amblyopic occipitotemporal object effects in human representations.  Neuron. 40:(5)1023-1029.  Abstract
  2. Amedi A., Raz N., Pianka P., Malach R. & Zohary E. (2003). Early 'visual' cortex activation correlates with superior verbal memory performance in the blind.  Nature Neuroscience. 6:(7)758-766.  Abstract
  3. Hendler T., Rotshtein P., Yeshurun Y., Weizmann T., Kahn I., Ben-Bashat D., Malach R. & Bleich A. (2003). Sensing the invisible: differential sensitivity of visual cortex and amygdala to traumatic context.  NeuroImage. 19:(3)587-600.  Abstract
  4. Avidan G., Levy I., Hendler T., Zohary E. & Malach R. (2003). Spatial vs. object specific attention in high-order visual areas.  NeuroImage. 19:(2)308-318.  Abstract
  5. Loewenstein A., Malach R., Goldstein M., Leibovitch I., Barak A., Baruch E., Alster Y., Rafaeli O., Avni I. & Yassur Y. (2003). Replacing the Amsler grid - A new method for monitoring patients with age-related macular degeneration.  Ophthalmology. 110:(5)966-970.  Abstract
  6. Hasson U., Avidan G., Deouell L., Bentin S. & Malach R. (2003). Face-selective activation in a congenital prosopagnosic subject.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 15:(3)419-431.  Abstract
  7. Hasson U., Harel M., Levy I. & Malach R. (2003). Large-scale mirror-symmetry organization of human occipito-temporal object areas.  Neuron. 37:(6)1027-1041.  Abstract
  8. Malach R. (2003). Bypassing the spatial limits in human fMRI.  Psychiatric Neuroimaging. 348:99-104.  Abstract

2002

  1. Amedi A., Jacobson G., Hendler T., Malach R. & Zohary E. (2002). Convergence of visual and tactile shape processing in the human lateral occipital complex.  Cerebral Cortex. 12:(11)1202-1212.  Abstract
  2. Avidan G., Hasson U., Hendler T., Zohary E. & Malach R. (2002). Analysis of the neuronal selectivity underlying low fMRI signals.  Current Biology. 12:(12)964-972.  Abstract
  3. Avidan G., Harel M., Hendler T., Ben-Bashat D., Zohary E. & Malach R. (2002). Contrast sensitivity in human visual areas and its relationship to object recognition.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 87:(6)3102-3116.  Abstract
  4. Malach R., Levy I. & Hasson U. (2002). The topography of high-order human object areas.  Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 6:(4)176-184.  Abstract
  5. Hasson U., Levy I., Behrmann M., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2002). Eccentricity bias as an organizing principle for human high-order object areas.  Neuron. 34:(3)479-490.  Abstract
  6. Lerner Y., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2002). Object-completion effects in the human lateral occipital complex.  Cerebral Cortex. 12:(2)163-177.  Abstract
  7. Gilaie-Dotan S., Ullman S., Kushnir T. & Malach R. (2002). Shape-selective stereo processing in human object-related visual areas.  Human Brain Mapping. 15:(2)67-79.  Abstract

2001

  1. Rotshtein P., Malach R., Hadar U., Graif M. & Hendler T. (2001). Feeling or features: Different sensitivity to emotion in high-order visual cortex and amygdala.  Neuron. 32:(4)747-757.  Abstract
  2. Hasson U., Hendler T., Ben Bashat B. D. & Malach R. (2001). Vase or face? A neural correlate of shape-selective grouping processes in the human brain.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 13:(6)744-753.  Abstract
  3. Levy I., Hasson U., Avidan G., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2001). Center-periphery organization of human object areas.  Nature Neuroscience. 4:(5)533-539.  Abstract
  4. Grill-Spector K. & Malach R. (2001). fMR-adaptation: a tool for studying the functional properties of human cortical neurons.  Acta Psychologica. 107:(3-Jan)293-321.  Abstract
  5. Lerner Y., Hendler T., Ben-Bashat D., Harel M. & Malach R. (2001). A hierarchical axis of object processing stages in the human visual cortex.  Cerebral Cortex. 11:(4)287-297.  Abstract
  6. Amedi A., Malach R., Hendler T., Peled S. & Zohary E. (2001). Visuo-haptic object-related activation in the ventral visual pathway.  Nature Neuroscience. 4:(3)324-330.  Abstract

2000

  1. Grill-Spector K., Kushnir T., Hendler T. & Malach R. (2000). The dynamics of object-selective activation correlate with recognition performance in humans.  Nature Neuroscience. 3:(8)837-843.  Abstract

1999

  1. Grill-Spector K., Kushnir T., Edelman S., Avidan G., Itzchak Y. & Malach R. (1999). Differential processing of objects under various viewing conditions in the human lateral occipital complex.  Neuron. 24:(1)187-203.  Abstract

1998

  1. Edelman S., Grill-Spector K., Kushnir T. & Malach R. (1998). Toward direct visualization of the internal shape representation space by fMRI.  Psychobiology. 26:(4)309-321.  Abstract
  2. Grill-Spector K., Kushnir T., Edelman S., Itzchak Y. & Malach R. (1998). Cue-invariant activation in object-related areas of the human occipital lobe.  Neuron. 21:(1)191-202.  Abstract
  3. Grill-Spector K., Kushnir T., Hendler T., Edelman S., Itzchak Y. & Malach R. (1998). A sequence of object-processing stages revealed by fMRI in the human occipital lobe.  Human Brain Mapping. 6:(4)316-328.  Abstract

1997

  1. Malach R., Schirman D., Harel M., Tootell R. & Malonek D. (1997). Organization of intrinsic connections in owl monkey area MT.  Cerebral Cortex. 7:(4)386-393.  Abstract

1996

  1. Tootell R., Dale A., Sereno M. & Malach R. (1996). New images from human visual cortex.  Trends in Neurosciences. 19:(11)481-489.  Abstract
  2. Spector K., Edelman S. & Malach R. (1996). Anatomical origin and computational role of diversity in the response properties of cortical neurons.  Brain Theory: Biological Basis And Computational Principles. 247-260.  Abstract

1994

  1. EILAM R., Malach R. & Segal M. (1994). SELECTIVE ELIMINATION OF HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS BY GRAFTED HYPERTENSION-INDUCING NEURAL TISSUE.  Journal of Neuroscience. 14:(8)4891-4902.  Abstract
  2. Malach R., TOOTELL R. & MALONEK D. (1994). RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORIENTATION DOMAINS, CYTOCHROME-OXIDASE STRIPES, AND INTRINSIC HORIZONTAL CONNECTIONS IN SQUIRREL-MONKEY AREA V2.  Cerebral Cortex. 4:(2)151-165.  Abstract
  3. Malach R. (1994). CORTICAL COLUMNS AS DEVICES FOR MAXIMIZING NEURONAL DIVERSIFY.  Trends in Neurosciences. 17:(3)101-104.  Abstract
  4. Grinvald A. & Malach R. (1994). FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE AND CONNECTION RULES IN PRIMARY VISUAL CORTEX OF MACAQUE MONKEY.  Structural And Functional Organization Of The Neocortex: Proceedings Of A Symposium In The Memory Of Otto D. Creutzfeldt. 24:291-304.  Abstract

1993

  1. Malach R., Amir Y., Harel M. & Grinvald A. (1993). RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTRINSIC CONNECTIONS AND FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE REVEALED BY OPTICAL IMAGING AND IN-VIVO TARGETED BIOCYTIN INJECTIONS IN PRIMATE STRIATE CORTEX.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 90:(22)10469-10473.  Abstract
  2. ANKAOUA D. & Malach R. (1993). EVIDENCE FOR PLASTICITY OF INTRINSIC HORIZONTAL CONNECTIONS IN AREA-17 OF THE RAT.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 29:(9)555-569.  Abstract
  3. Amir Y., Harel M. & Malach R. (1993). CORTICAL HIERARCHY REFLECTED IN THE ORGANIZATION OF INTRINSIC CONNECTIONS IN MACAQUE MONKEY VISUAL-CORTEX.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 334:(1)19-46.  Abstract

1992

  1. KENANVAKNIN G., OUAKNINE G., RAZON N. & Malach R. (1992). ORGANIZATION OF LAYERS II-III CONNECTIONS IN HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX REVEALED BY INVITRO INJECTIONS OF BIOCYTIN.  Brain Research. 594:(2)339-342.  Abstract
  2. KENANVAKNIN G., Malach R. & Segal M. (1992). EXCITATORY INPUTS TO LAYER-V PYRAMIDAL CELLS OF RAT PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX REVEALED BY ACETYLCHOLINE ACTIVATION.  Brain Research. 574:(2-Jan)147-156.  Abstract
  3. KENANVAKNIN G., Katz H. (. & Malach R. (1992). GOLGI-LIKE STAINING OF VISUAL-CORTEX CELLS OBTAINED BY EXTRACELLULAR BIOCYTIN APPLICATION INVITRO.  Brain Research. 571:(2)338-341.  Abstract
  4. Malach R. (1992). DENDRITIC SAMPLING ACROSS PROCESSING STREAMS IN MONKEY STRIATE CORTEX.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 315:(3)303-312.  Abstract

1991

  1. PAPERNA T. & Malach R. (1991). PATTERNS OF SENSORY INTERMODALITY RELATIONSHIPS IN THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX OF THE RAT.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 308:(3)432-456.  Abstract
  2. EILAM R., Malach R., BERGMANN F. & Segal M. (1991). HYPERTENSION INDUCED BY HYPOTHALAMIC TRANSPLANTATION FROM GENETICALLY HYPERTENSIVE TO NORMOTENSIVE RATS.  Journal of Neuroscience. 11:(2)401-411.  Abstract

1990

  1. DYMSHITZ J., Malach R., Amir S. & Simantov R. (1990). FACTORS REGULATING THE EXPRESSION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE-CONTAINING NEURONS IN STRIATAL CULTURES - EFFECTS OF CHEMICAL DEPOLARIZATION.  Brain Research. 532:(2-Jan)131-139.

1989

  1. AVIDOR R., EILAM R., Malach R. & GOZES I. (1989). VIP-MESSENGER RNA IS INCREASED IN HYPERTENSIVE RATS.  Brain Research. 503:(2)304-307.
  2. Malach R. (1989). PATTERNS OF CONNECTIONS IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX.  Journal of Neuroscience. 9:(11)3741-3752.

1988

  1. Malach R. (1988). INVIVO VISUALIZATION OF CALLOSAL PATHWAYS - A NOVEL-APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF CORTICAL ORGANIZATION.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 25:(3)225-238.