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Axelrod, V., Rozier, C., Lehongre, K., Adam, C., Lambrecq, V., Navarro, V., Naccache, L., (2022). Neural modulations in the auditory cortex during internal and external attention tasks: A single-patient intracranial recording study. Cortex.

Mizrahi, T., Axelrod, V., (2022). Similarity in activity and laterality patterns in the angular gyrus during autobiographical memory retrieval and self-referential processing. Brain Structure and Function, 1-20.

 

Somech, N., Mizrahi, T., Caspi, Y., Axelrod, V., (2022). fNIRS imaging of the prefrontal cortex during a naturalistic comedy movie. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 1486.

Axelrod V, Rozier C, Malkinson TS, Lehongre K, Adam C, Lambrecq V, Navarro V, Naccache L (2022) Face-selective multi-unit activity in the proximity of the FFA modulated by facial expression stimuli. Neuropsychologia

Hermann B, Sangaré A, ... Axelrod V, ... Naccache L (2021) Importance, limits and caveats of the use of 'disorders of consciousness' to theorize consciousness. Neuroscience of Consciousness.

Schwartz R, Rozier C, Malkinson TS, Lehongre K, Adam C, Lambrecq V, Navarro V, Naccache L, Axelrod V (2021) Comparing stimulus-evoked and spontaneous response of the face-selective multi-units in the human posterior fusiform gyrus. Neuroscience of Consciousness  link

Marron TR, Berant E, Axelrod V*, Faust M* (2020) Spontaneous cognition and its relationship to human creativity: a functional connectivity study involving a chain free association task. Neuroimage (* equal senior authorship)

 

Axelrod V, Rozier C, Malkinson TS, Lehongre K, Adam C, Lambrecq V, Navarro V, Naccache L (2019) Face-selective neurons in the vicinity of the human fusiform face area. Neurology 92:197-198. (download)

Axelrod V, Zhu X, Qiu J (2018) Transcranial stimulation of the frontal lobes increases propensity of mind-wandering without changing meta-awareness. Scientific Reports 8:15975.

Axelrod V, Rees G, Bar M (2017) The default network and the combination of cognitive processes that mediate self-generated thought. Nature Human Behavior 1:896-910.

Axelrod V, Schwarzkopf DS, Gilaie-Dotan S, Rees G (2017) Perceptual similarity and the neural correlates of geometrical illusions in human brain structure. Scientific Reports 7:39968. 

Axelrod V (2016) On the domain-specificity of the visual and non-visual face-selective regions. Eur J Neurosci 44:2049-2063

Axelrod, V., Rees, G., Lavidor, M., & Bar, M. (2015). Increasing propensity to mind wander with transcranial direct current stimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(11), 3314-3319  

Axelrod, V., Bar, M., Rees, G., & Yovel, G. (2015). Neural correlates of subliminal language processing. Cerebral Cortex, 25(8), 2160-2169

Axelrod V, Bar M, Rees G (2015) Exploring the unconscious using faces. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19:35-45

Axelrod, V., & Yovel, G. (2015). Successful decoding of famous faces in the Fusiform Face Area. Plos One, 10(2), e0117126  

Axelrod, V., & Teodorescu, A. R. (2015). Commentary: When the brain takes a break: a model-based analysis of mind wandering. Frontiers in computational neuroscience, 9(83)

Axelrod V, (2014)  Minimizing bugs in cognitive neuroscience programming, Frontiers in Psychology, 5

Axelrod V, Rees G (2014) Conscious awareness is required for holistic face processing. Consciousness

and Cognition 27:233-245

Axelrod, V., & Yovel, G. (2013). The challenge of localizing the anterior temporal face area: A possible solution. Neuroimage, 81(0), 371-380

Axelrod, V., & Yovel, G. (2012). Hierarchical Processing of Face Viewpoint in Human Visual Cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(7), 2442-2452

Axelrod, V., & Yovel, G. (2011). Nonpreferred Stimuli Modify the Representation of Faces in the Fusiform Face Area. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(3), 746-756

Axelrod, V., & Yovel, G. (2010). External facial features modify the representation of internal facial features in the fusiform face area. Neuroimage, 52(2), 720-725

Axelrod, V. (2010). The Fusiform Face Area: In Quest of Holistic Face Processing. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(26), 8699-8701