1. Lichtik E. & Paz R. (2019). Maladaptive learning and the amygdala - prefrontal circuit: from genes to spikes.  .  Abstract
  2. Pryluk R., Kfir Y., Gelbard-Sagiv H., Fried I. & Paz R. (2019). A Tradeoff in the Neural Code across Regions and Species.  Cell. 176:(3)597-609.e18.  Abstract
  3. Bezalel V., Paz R. & Tal A. (2019). Inhibitory and excitatory mechanisms in the human cingulate-cortex support reinforcement learning: A functional Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy study.  NeuroImage. 184:25-35.  Abstract
  4. Taub A. H., Shohat Y. & Paz R. (2018). Long time-scales in primate amygdala neurons support aversive learning.  Nature Communications. 9:(1)  Abstract
  5. Samuel N., Taub A. H., Paz R. & Raz A. (2018). Implicit aversive memory under anaesthesia in animal models: a narrative review.  British Journal of Anaesthesia. 121:(1)219-232.  Abstract
  6. Shalev L., Paz R. & Avidan G. (2018). Visual Aversive Learning Compromises Sensory Discrimination.  Journal of Neuroscience. 38:(11)2766-2779.  Abstract
  7. Taub A. H., Perets R., Kahana E. & Paz R. (2018). Oscillations Synchronize Amygdala-to-Prefrontal Primate Circuits during Aversive Learning.  Neuron. 97:(2)291-298.e3.  Abstract
  8. Klavir O., Prigge M., Sarel A., Paz R. & Yizhar O. (2017). Manipulating fear associations via optogenetic modulation of amygdala inputs to prefrontal cortex.  Nature Neuroscience. 20:(6)836-844.  Abstract
  9. Kfir Y. & Paz R. (2017). Rodent see, rodent fear.  Nature Neuroscience. 20:(3)381-382.  Abstract
  10. Dunsmoor J. E. & Paz R. (2016). Generalization of Learned Fear.  . 64-84.  Abstract
  11. El-Bar N., Laufer O., Yoran-Hegesh R. & Paz R. (2016). Over-generalization in youth with anxiety disorders.  Social Neuroscience. 12:(1)76-85.  Abstract
  12. Laufer O., Israeli D. & Paz R. (2016). Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms of Overgeneralization in Anxiety.  Current Biology. 26:(6)713-22.  Abstract
  13. Dunsmoor J. E. & Paz R. (2015). Fear Generalization and Anxiety: Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms.  Biological Psychiatry. 78:(5)336-343.  Abstract
  14. Cohen Y. & Paz R. (2015). It All Depends on the Context, but Also on the Amygdala.  Neuron. 87:(4)678-680.  Abstract
  15. Likhtik E. & Paz R. (2015). Amygdala-prefrontal interactions in (mal)adaptive learning.  Trends in Neurosciences. 38:(3)158-166.  Abstract
  16. Resnik J. & Paz R. (2015). Fear generalization in the primate amygdala.  Nature Neuroscience. 18:(2)188-190.  Abstract
  17. Klavir O., Genud-Gabai R. & Paz R. (2013). Functional Connectivity between Amygdala and Cingulate Cortex for Adaptive Aversive Learning.  Neuron. 80:(5)1290-1300.  Abstract
  18. Genud-Gabai R., Klavir O. & Paz R. (2013). Safety Signals in the Primate Amygdala.  Journal of Neuroscience. 33:(46)17986-17994.  Abstract
  19. Paz R. & Pare D. (2013). Physiological basis for emotional modulation of memory circuits by the amygdala.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 23:(3)381-386.  Abstract
  20. Taubman H., Vaadia E., Paz R. & Chechik G. (2013). A Bayesian approach for characterizing direction tuning curves in the supplementary motor area of behaving monkeys.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 109:(11)2842-2851.  Abstract
  21. Resnik J., Sobel N. & Paz R. (2012). Auditory aversive learning increases discrimination thresholds.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 48:(Suppl 1)S96-S96.  Abstract
  22. Livneh U., Resnik J., Shohat Y. & Paz R. (2012). Self-monitoring of social facial expressions in the primate amygdala and cingulate cortex.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109:(46)18956-18961.  Abstract
  23. Dirnberger G., Hesselmann G., Roiser J. P., Preminger S., Jahanshahi M. & Paz R. (2012). Give it time: Neural evidence for distorted time perception and enhanced memory encoding in emotional situations.  NeuroImage. 63:(1)591-599.  Abstract
  24. Livneh U. & Paz R. (2012). Amygdala-Prefrontal Synchronization Underlies Resistance to Extinction of Aversive Memories.  Neuron. 75:(1)133-142.  Abstract
  25. Klavir O., Genud-Gabai R. & Paz R. (2012). Low-Frequency Stimulation Depresses the Primate Anterior-Cingulate-Cortex and Prevents Spontaneous Recovery of Aversive Memories.  Journal of Neuroscience. 32:(25)8589-8597.  Abstract
  26. Livneh U. & Paz R. (2012). Aversive-Bias and Stage-Selectivity in Neurons of the Primate Amygdala during Acquisition, Extinction, and Overnight Retention.  Journal of Neuroscience. 32:(25)8598-8610.  Abstract
  27. Laufer O. & Paz R. (2012). Monetary Loss Alters Perceptual Thresholds and Compromises Future Decisions via Amygdala and Prefrontal Networks.  Journal of Neuroscience. 32:(18)6304-6311.  Abstract
  28. Resnik J., Sobel N. & Paz R. (2011). Auditory aversive learning increases discrimination thresholds.  Nature Neuroscience. 14:(6)791-796.  Abstract
  29. Braun D. A., Aertsen A., Paz R., Vaadia E., Rotter S. & Mehring C. (2011). Online adaptation and over-trial learning in macaque visuomotor control.  Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 5.  Abstract
  30. Mandelblat-Cerf Y., Novick I., Paz R., Link Y., Freeman S. & Vaadia E. (2011). The Neuronal Basis of Long-Term Sensorimotor Learning.  Journal of Neuroscience. 31:(1)300-313.  Abstract
  31. Livneh U. & Paz R. (2010). An implicit measure of olfactory performance for non-human primates reveals aversive and pleasant odor conditioning.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 192:(1)90-95.  Abstract
  32. Schechtman E., Laufer O. & Paz R. (2010). Negative Valence Widens Generalization of Learning.  Journal of Neuroscience. 30:(31)10460-10464.  Abstract
  33. 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
  34. Mandelblat-Cerf Y., Paz R. & Vaadia E. (2009). Trial-to-Trial Variability of Single Cells in Motor Cortices Is Dynamically Modified during Visuomotor Adaptation.  Journal of Neuroscience. 29:(48)15053-15062.  Abstract
  35. Paz R., Bauer E. P. & Pare D. (2009). Measuring Correlations and Interactions Among Four Simultaneously Recorded Brain Regions During Learning.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 101:(5)2507-2515.  Abstract
  36. Paz R. & Vaadia E. (2009). Learning from Learning: What Can Visuomotor Adaptations Tell us About the Neuronal Representation of Movement?.  Progress In Motor Control: A Multidisciplinary Perspective. 629:221-242.  Abstract
  37. Paz R., Bauer E. P. & Pare D. (2008). Theta synchronizes the activity of medial prefrontal neurons during learning.  Learning & Memory. 15:(7)524-531.  Abstract
  38. Bauer E. P., Paz R. & Pare D. (2007). Gamma oscillations coordinate amygdalo-rhinal interactions during learning.  Journal of Neuroscience. 27:(35)9369-9379.  Abstract
  39. Paz R., Bauer E. P. & Pare D. (2007). Learning-related facilitation of rhinal interactions by medial prefrontal inputs.  Journal of Neuroscience. 27:(24)6542-6551.  Abstract
  40. Paz R., Pelletier J. G., Bauer E. P. & Pare D. (2006). Emotional enhancement of memory via amygdala-driven facilitation of rhinal interactions.  Nature Neuroscience. 9:(10)1321-1329.  Abstract
  41. Paz R., Natan C., Boraud T., Bergman H. & Vaadia E. (2005). Emerging patterns of neuronal responses in supplementary and primary motor areas during sensorimotor adaptation.  Journal of Neuroscience. 25:(47)10941-10951.  Abstract
  42. Likhtik E., Pelletier J. G., Paz R. & Pare D. (2005). Prefrontal control of the amygdala.  Journal of Neuroscience. 25:(32)7429-7437.  Abstract
  43. Shpigelman L., Singer Y., Paz R. & Vaadia E. (2005). Spikernels: Predicting arm movements by embedding population spike rate patterns in inner-product spaces.  Neural Computation. 17:(3)671-690.  Abstract
  44. Paz R., Nathan C., Boraud T., Bergman H. & Vaadia E. (2005). Acquisition and generalization of visuomotor transformations by nonhuman primates.  Experimental Brain Research. 161:(2)209-219.  Abstract
  45. Paz R., Wise S. P. & Vaadia E. (2004). Viewing and doing: similar cortical mechanisms for perceptual and motor learning.  Trends in Neurosciences. 27:(8)496-503.  Abstract
  46. Paz R. & Vaadia E. (2004). Specificity of sensorimotor learning and the neural code: Neuronal representations in the primary motor cortex.  Journal of Physiology Paris. 98:(4-6)331-348.  Abstract
  47. Paz R. & Vaadia E. (2004). Learning-induced improvement in encoding and decoding of specific movement directions by neurons in the primary motor cortex.  PLoS Biology. 2:(2)264-274.  Abstract
  48. Paz R., Boraud T., Natan C., Bergman H. & Vaadia E. (2003). Preparatory activity in motor cortex reflects learning of local visuomotor skills.  Nature Neuroscience. 6:(8)882-890.  Abstract