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Idan Asher Blank
Idan Asher Blank
Assistant Professor, UCLA
Dirección de correo verificada de psych.ucla.edu
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The neural architecture of language: Integrative modeling converges on predictive processing
M Schrimpf, IA Blank, G Tuckute, C Kauf, EA Hosseini, N Kanwisher, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (45), 2021
217*2021
A functional dissociation between language and multiple-demand systems revealed in patterns of BOLD signal fluctuations
I Blank, N Kanwisher, E Fedorenko
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (5), 1105-1118, 2014
1592014
Syntactic processing is distributed across the language system
I Blank, Z Balewski, K Mahowald, E Fedorenko
Neuroimage 127, 307-323, 2016
1462016
Functional network dynamics of the language system
LR Chai, MG Mattar, IA Blank, E Fedorenko, DS Bassett
Cerebral Cortex 26 (11), 4148-4159, 2016
1412016
Broca’s area is not a natural kind
E Fedorenko, IA Blank
Trends in cognitive sciences 24 (4), 270-284, 2020
1332020
fMRI reveals language-specific predictive coding during naturalistic sentence comprehension
C Shain, IA Blank, M van Schijndel, W Schuler, E Fedorenko
Neuropsychologia 138, 107307, 2020
1032020
Lack of selectivity for syntax relative to word meanings throughout the language network
E Fedorenko, IA Blank, M Siegelman, Z Mineroff
Cognition 203, 104348, 2020
102*2020
The domain-general multiple demand (MD) network does not support core aspects of language comprehension: a large-scale fMRI investigation
E Diachek, I Blank, M Siegelman, J Affourtit, E Fedorenko
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (23), 4536-4550, 2020
912020
A robust dissociation among the language, multiple demand, and default mode networks: Evidence from inter-region correlations in effect size
Z Mineroff, IA Blank, K Mahowald, E Fedorenko
Neuropsychologia 119, 501-511, 2018
802018
The Natural Stories corpus: a reading-time corpus of English texts containing rare syntactic constructions
R Futrell, E Gibson, HJ Tily, I Blank, A Vishnevetsky, ST Piantadosi, ...
Language Resources and Evaluation 55, 63-77, 2021
79*2021
Functionally distinct language and Theory of Mind networks are synchronized at rest and during language comprehension
AM Paunov, IA Blank, E Fedorenko
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (4), 1244-1265, 2019
702019
Domain-general brain regions do not track linguistic input as closely as language-selective regions
IA Blank, E Fedorenko
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (41), 9999-10011, 2017
682017
Activity in the fronto-parietal multiple-demand network is robustly associated with individual differences in working memory and fluid intelligence
M Assem, IA Blank, Z Mineroff, A Ademoğlu, E Fedorenko
Cortex 131, 1-16, 2020
592020
Semantic projection recovers rich human knowledge of multiple object features from word embeddings
G Grand, IA Blank, F Pereira, E Fedorenko
Nature human behaviour 6 (7), 975-987, 2022
58*2022
No evidence for differences among language regions in their temporal receptive windows
IA Blank, E Fedorenko
NeuroImage 219, 116925, 2020
37*2020
Establishing a database for studying human face photograph memory
W Bainbridge, P Isola, I Blank, A Oliva
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 34 (34), 2012
352012
An integrated neural framework for dynamic and static face processing
M Bernstein, Y Erez, I Blank, G Yovel
Scientific reports 8 (1), 7036, 2018
332018
Incremental language comprehension difficulty predicts activity in the language network but not the multiple demand network
L Wehbe, IA Blank, C Shain, R Futrell, R Levy, T von der Malsburg, ...
Cerebral Cortex 31 (9), 4006-4023, 2021
322021
An attempt to conceptually replicate the dissociation between syntax and semantics during sentence comprehension
M Siegelman, IA Blank, Z Mineroff, E Fedorenko
Neuroscience 413, 219-229, 2019
28*2019
The small and efficient language network of polyglots and hyper-polyglots
O Jouravlev, Z Mineroff, IA Blank, E Fedorenko
Cerebral cortex 31 (1), 62-76, 2021
212021
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