Shahar, N., Moran, R., Hauser, T. U., Kievit, R. A., McNamee, D., Moutoussis, M., NSPN consortium & Dolan, R. J. (2019). Credit assignment to state-independent task representations and its relationship with model-based decision making. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116, 15871–15876. doi:10.1073/pnas.1821647116
Shahar N., Hauser T., Moutoussis M., Moran R., Keramati M., NSPN consortium & Dolan R. (2019) Improving the reliability of model-based decision-making estimates in the two-stage decision task with reaction-times and drift-diffusion modeling. PLoS Computational Biology.
Pereg, M., Shahar, N., & Meiran, N. (2018). Can we learn to learn? The influence of procedural working-memory training on rapid instructed-task-learning. Psychological Research.
Shahar, N., Pereg M., Teodorescu, A., Moran R., Karmon-Presser, A., & Meiran N., (2018). Formation of abstract task representations: Exploring dosage and mechanisms of working memory training effects. Cognition
Meiran N., & Shahar N. (2018) Working Memory Involvement in Reaction Time and its Contribution to Fluid Intelligence: An Examination of Individual Differences in Reaction-Time Distributions. Intelligence
Moutoussis, M., Shahar, N., Hauser, T., & Dolan, R. (2018). How the computational neuroscience of inference can help improve learning-based psychological therapies. Computational Psychiatry.
Shahar, N., Teodorescu, A., Anholt G., Karmon, A., & Meiran N., (2017). Examining procedural working memory processing in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Psychiatry Research, 253, 197–204.
Shahar, N., Teodorescu, A. R., Karmon-Presser, A., Anholt, G. E., & Meiran, N. (2016). Memory for action rules and reaction time variability in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 1, 132–140.
Meiran, N., Pereg, M., Givon, E., Danieli, G., & Shahar, N. (2016). The role of working memory in rapid instructed task learning and intention-based reflexivity: An individual differences examination. Neuropsychologia, 90, 180–189
Gonen-Yaacovi, G., Arazi, A., Shahar, N., Karmon, A., Haar, S., Meiran, N., & Dinstein, I. (2016). Increased ongoing neural variability in ADHD. Cortex, 81, 50–63.
Shahar, N., & Meiran, N. (2015). Learning to control actions: Transfer effects following a procedural cognitive control computerized training. PLoS ONE, 10.
Entel, O., Tzelgov, J., Bereby-Meyer, Y., & Shahar, N. (2015). Exploring relations between task conflict and informational conflict in the stroop task. Psychological Research, 1–15.
Shahar, N., Teodorescu, A. R., Usher, M., Pereg, M., & Meiran, N. (2014). Selective influence of working memory load on exceptionally slow reaction times. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143, 1837–1860.
Shahar, N., & Meiran, N. (2014). Differential contribution of task conflicts to task switch cost and task mixing cost in alternating runs and cued task-switching: Evidence from ex-Gaussian modeling of reaction time distributions. Psychological Research, 1–8.
Pereg, M., Shahar, N., & Meiran, N. (2013). Task switching training effects are mediated by working-memory management. Intelligence, 41, 467-478.