Publications

Papers

  • Salomon R., Bleich-Cohen M., Hahamy-Dubossarsky A., Dinstien I., Weizman R., Poyurovsky M., Kupchik M., Kotler M., Hendler T. &Amp; Malach R. (2012) Global functional connectivity deficits in schizophrenia depend on behavioral state. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience
  • Ovadia-Caro S., Nir Y., Soddu A., Ramot M., Hesselmann G., Vanhaudenhuyse A., Dinstein I., Tshibanda J. L., Boly M., Harel M., Laureys S. &Amp; Malach R. (2012) Reduction in Inter-Hemispheric Connectivity in Disorders of Consciousness. PLoS One
  • Brennan J., Nir Y., Hasson U., Malach R., Heeger D. J. &Amp; Pylkkaenen L. (2012) Syntactic structure building in the anterior temporal lobe during natural story listening. Brain and Language
  • Malach R. (2012) Targeting the functional properties of cortical neurons using fMR-adaptation. NeuroImage
  • Ramot M., Fisch L., Harel M., Kipervasser S., Andelman F., Neufeld M. Y., Kramer U., Fried I. &Amp; 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
  • 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. &Amp; Noirhomme Q. (2012) Identifying the default-mode component in spatial IC analyses of patients with disorders of consciousness. Human Brain Mapping
  • Ramot M., Wilf M., Goldberg H., Weiss T., Deouell L. Y. &Amp; Malach R. (2011) Coupling between spontaneous (resting state) fMRI fluctuations and human oculo-motor activity. NeuroImage
  • Hesselmann G., Hebart M. &Amp; Malach R. (2011) Differential BOLD Activity Associated with Subjective and Objective Reports during "Blindsight" in Normal Observers. Journal of Neuroscience
  • Salomon R., Bleich-Cohen M., Hahamy-Dubossarsky A., Dinstien I., Weizman R., Poyurovsky M., Kupchik M., Kotler M., Hendler T. &Amp; Malach R. (2011) Global Functional Connectivity Deficits in Schizophrenia Depend on Behavioral State. Journal of Neuroscience

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