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School of Occupational Therapy: Magen Hagit

Researchers

 Last updated June 2021 - School of Occupational Therapy

List of Publications

(1) Magen H, Peelen MV, Emmanouil TA, Gao Z. Editorial: Understanding the Operation of Visual Working Memory in Rich Complex Visual Context. Front Psychol 2020;11.

(2) Magen H, Emmanouil TA. Spatial Organization in Self-Initiated Visual Working Memory. Front Psychol 2019;10.

(3) Magen H. The accessory Simon effect within and across visual dimensions. Q J Exp Psychol 2019;72(5):981-993.

(4) Magen H, Emmanouil TA. Estimation in self-initiated working memory for spatial locations. Psychonom Bull Rev 2019;26(1):315-324.

(5) Berger-Mandelbaum A, Magen H. Self-initiated object-location memory in young and older adults. Aging Neuropsychol Cogn 2019;26(1):58-85.

(6) Segev-Jacubovski O, Magen H, Maeir A. Functional Ability, Participation, and Health-Related Quality of Life After Hip Fracture. OTJR Occup Part Health 2019;39(1):41-47.

(7) Magen H, Berger-Mandelbaum A. Encoding strategies in self-initiated visual working memory. Mem Cognit 2018;46(7):1093-1108.

(8) Milchgrub G, Magen H. Self-initiated spatial working memory in young and older adults. Memory 2018;26(5):712-726.

(9) Magen H, Emmanouil TA. Working memory for self-initiated and provided spatial configurations. Q J Exp Psychol 2018;71(10):2186-2206.

(10) Magen H. The role of central attention in retrieval from visual short-term memory. Psychonom Bull Rev 2017;24(2):423-430.

(11) Magen H. An integrative view of storage of low- and high-level visual dimensions in visual short-term memory. Psychol Res 2017;81(2):462-479.

(12) Magen H. The relations between executive functions, media multitasking and polychronicity. Comput Hum Behav 2017;67:1-9.

(13) Emmanouil TA, Magen H. Neural evidence for sequential selection of object features. Trends Cogn Sci 2014;18(8):390-391.

(14) Magen H, Cohen A. Modularity Beyond Perception: Evidence From the PRP Paradigm. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2010;36(2):395-414.

(15) Magen H, Emmanouil T-, McMains SA, Kastner S, Treisman A. Attentional demands predict short-term memory load response in posterior parietal cortex. Neuropsychologia 2009;47(8-9):1790-1798.

(16) Magen H, Cohen A. Modularity beyond perception: Evidence from single task interference paradigms. Cogn Psych 2007;55(1):1-36.

(17) Magen H, Cohen A. Location specificity in response selection processes for visual stimuli. Psychonom Bull Rev 2005;12(3):541-548.

(18) Cohen A, Magen H. Hierarchical systems of attention and action. Attention in Action: Advances from Cognitive Neuroscience; 2004. p. 27-67.

(19) Magen H, Cohen A. Action-based and vision-based selection of input: Two sources of control. Psychol Res 2002;66(4):247-259.

(20) Cohen A, Magen H. Intra- and cross-dimensional visual search for single-feature targets. Percept Psychophys 1999;61(2):291-307.

(21) Cohen A, Fuchs A, Bar-Sela A, Brumberg Y, Magen H. Correlational cuing as a function of target complexity and target-flanker similarity. Percept Psychophys 1999;61(2):275-290.