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einan farhi, fania shemuluvich, Tomer Kaplan, ramon y birnbaum, reut bar yaacov, reut eshel, tomer kaplan
(2018) | Human Molecular Genetics
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ayelet n landau, chen guata, Ayelet Landau, rafael malach, shany grossman, slav pesin

Retinal input is frequently lost due to eye blinks, yet humans rarely notice these gaps in visual input. While previous studies focused on the psychophysical and neural correlates of diminished awareness impact blinks perceived time concurrent events unknown. Here, we investigated whether subjective sense altered by spontaneous how this link may inform mechanisms perception. We found that participants significantly underestimated duration a...

(2018) | bioRxiv
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constantinos hadjichristidis, michele graffeo, nicolao bonini, Ilana Ritov

We examined whether enhancing (vs. not enhancing) the emotionality of a referent public good influences subsequent valuation target good. predicted that it would and directionality its impact depend on fundamental cognitive process ? categorisation. If goods belong to same domain, we expected effect be in direction as emotional enhancement (assimilation effect). However, if different domains, either negligible or opposite (null contrast In...

(2018) | Cognition & Emotion
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chaocheng kaun, g koren, hen alpern, Oded Millo, Shira Yochelis, tamar shapira, tingkuo lee, yossi paltiel

Following our previous results, which provide evidence for the emergence of a chiral p-wave triplet-pairing component in superconducting Nb upon adsorption molecules, we turned to investigate whether such an effect can take place proximal superconductor consisting metal on bilayer. Note that proximity systems, correlated electron-hole (Andreev) pairs exist normal rather than genuine Cooper pairs. To end, used scanning tunneling spectroscopy...

(2018) | Physical Review B
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chaocheng kaun, Gad Koren, hen alpern, Oded Millo, Shira Yochelis, tamar shapira, tingkuo lee, yossi paltiel
(2018) | Physical Review B
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ariel gera, Guy Bloch, moshe nagari, sara jonsson

Sleep is ubiquitous in vertebrates and invertebrates, its chronic lost typically associated with reduced performance, health, or survival. Nevertheless, some animals can give up sleep order to increase survival mating opportunities. We studied the interplay between brood care social bumblebee Bombus terrestris. first used video recording detailed behavioral analyses confirm that shows essential characteristics of sleep. Based on these we next...

(2018) | bioRxiv
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b jack copeland, Oron Shagrir

In its original form, the Church-Turing thesis concerned computation as Alan Turing and Alonzo Church used term in 1936---human computation.

(2018) | Communications of The ACM
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emmanuel breuillard, Mike Hochman, michael hochman, pablo shmerkin
(2018) | Oberwolfach Reports
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Shaul Hochstein, marina pavlovskaya, nachum soroker, yoram bonneh
(2018) | Journal of Vision
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aron m troen, dana philip, danit r shahar, ghada baransi, Aron Troen

Introduction: In many affluent countries, including Israel, networks of food banks and pantries have increasing responsibility to alleviate endemic poverty insecurity. While they may relieve acute hunger, their long-term influence on health well-being is poorly understood. Methods: An exploratory cross-sectional telephone survey assessed both adequacy quality aid provided via in the Leket Israel bank network, relation recipients? dietary...

(2018) | Frontiers in Nutrition
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We study scaling limits of deterministic Jacobi matrices at a fixed point, $x_0$, and their connection to the Christoffel-Darboux kernel that point. show in case orthogonal polynomials are bounded subsequential limit always exists can be expressed as canonical system. further under weak conditions on associated measure, bulk universality CD is equivalent existence particular explicit form.

(2018) | arXiv preprint arXiv:1812.07256
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Hagit Affek, Eugeni Barkan, hagit p affek
(2018) | Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry
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adrian currie, Arnon Levy

ABSTRACTExperimentation is traditionally considered a privileged means of confirmation. However, why and how experiments form better confirmatory source relative to other strategies unclear, recent discussions have identified with various modeling on the one hand, ?natural? hand. We argue that aiming test theories are best understood as controlled investigations specimens. ?Control? involves repeated, fine-grained causal manipulation focal...

(2018) | Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines
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aude oliva, bryan s morse, david alexander forsyth, deva ramanan, ivan laptev, michael s brown, Shmuel Peleg
(2018) | Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
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gerard marx, Chaim Gilon
(2018) | Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences
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Yosef Grodzinsky, isabelle deschamps, lewis p shapiro
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itamar daniel landau, Haim Sompolinsky

We present a simple model for coherent, spatially correlated chaos in recurrent neural network. Networks of randomly connected neurons exhibit chaotic fluctuations and have been studied as capturing the temporal variability cortical activity. The dynamics generated by such networks, however, are uncorrelated do not generate coherent fluctuations, which commonly observed across spatial scales neocortex. In our we introduce structured component...

(2018) | PLOS Computational Biology
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