Assaf Breska
Assaf Breska
group leader, Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
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Integration without awareness: Expanding the limits of unconscious processing
L Mudrik, A Breska, D Lamy, LY Deouell
Psychological science 22 (6), 764-770, 2011
Neural mechanisms of rhythm-based temporal prediction: Delta phase-locking reflects temporal predictability but not rhythmic entrainment
A Breska, LY Deouell
PLoS biology 15 (2), e2001665, 2017
Double dissociation of single-interval and rhythmic temporal prediction in cerebellar degeneration and Parkinson’s disease
A Breska, RB Ivry
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (48), 12283-12288, 2018
Consensus paper: decoding the contributions of the cerebellum as a time machine. From neurons to clinical applications
M Bareš, R Apps, L Avanzino, A Breska, E D’Angelo, P Filip, M Gerwig, ...
The Cerebellum 18, 266-286, 2019
Neural entrainment and network resonance in support of top-down guided attention
RF Helfrich, A Breska, RT Knight
Current opinion in psychology 29, 82-89, 2019
Automatic bias of temporal expectations following temporally regular input independently of high-level temporal expectation
A Breska, LY Deouell
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (7), 1555-1571, 2014
Taxonomies of timing: where does the cerebellum fit in?
A Breska, RB Ivry
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 8, 282-288, 2016
Interstimulus intervals for skin conductance response measurement
A Breska, K Maoz, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 48 (4), 437-440, 2011
When synchronizing to rhythms is not a good thing: modulations of preparatory and post-target neural activity when shifting attention away from on-beat times of a distracting …
A Breska, LY Deouell
Journal of neuroscience 36 (27), 7154-7166, 2016
Context-specific control over the neural dynamics of temporal attention by the human cerebellum
A Breska, RB Ivry
Science Advances 6 (49), eabb1141, 2020
Retroactive memory interference: A potential countermeasure technique against psychophysiological knowledge detection methods
N Gronau, L Elber, S Satran, A Breska, G Ben-Shakhar
Biological Psychology 106, 68-78, 2015
The human cerebellum is essential for modulating perceptual sensitivity based on temporal expectations
A Breska, RB Ivry
eLife 10, e66743, 2021
Individual differences in TMS sensitivity influence the efficacy of tDCS in facilitating sensorimotor adaptation
L Labruna, A Stark-Inbar, A Breska, M Dabit, B Vanderschelden, ...
Brain stimulation 12 (4), 992-1000, 2019
Evidence of change of intention in picking situations
A Furstenberg, A Breska, H Sompolinsky, LY Deouell
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (11), 2133-2146, 2015
Left hemisphere dominance for bilateral kinematic encoding in the human brain
CM Merrick, TC Dixon, A Breska, J Lin, EF Chang, D King-Stephens, ...
elife 11, e69977, 2022
Algorithms for detecting concealed knowledge among groups when the critical information is unavailable.
A Breska, G Ben-Shakhar, N Gronau
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 18 (3), 292, 2012
Dance to the rhythm, cautiously: Isolating unique indicators of oscillatory entrainment
A Breska, LY Deouell
PLoS biology 15 (9), e2003534, 2017
Contextual effects in sensorimotor adaptation adhere to associative learning rules
SDMD G Avraham, JA Taylor, A Breska, RB Ivry
eLife 11, e75801, 2022
Orienting response elicitation by personally significant information under subliminal stimulus presentation: Demonstration using the Concealed Information Test
K Maoz, A Breska, G Ben‐Shakhar
Psychophysiology 49 (12), 1610-1617, 2012
Personally-significant information affects performance only within the focus of attention: a direct manipulation of attention
A Breska, M Israel, K Maoz, A Cohen, G Ben-Shakhar
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73, 1754-1767, 2011
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