Heimer O., Kron A., Hertz U., Temporal dynamics of the semantic versus affective representations of valence during reversal learning. In Submission.
Published and In-Press
Agassi, O. D., Hertz, U., Shani, R., Derakshan, N., Wiener, A., Okon-Singer, H. (2022). Using clustering algorithms to examine the association between working memory training trajectories and therapeutic outcomes among psychiatric and healthy populations. Psychological Research.
Lachman, I., Hadar, I., Hertz, U. (2022). Cost–benefit considerations have limited effect on the decision to exert cognitive effort in real-world computer-programming tasks. Royal Society Open Science, 9(6), 211885.
Zaatri, S., Aderka, I. M., Hertz, U. (2022). Blend in or stand out: social anxiety levels shape information-sharing strategies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 289(1975), 20220476.
Nafcha, O., Hertz, U. (2022). Learning: The devil is in the task structure. eLife.
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Fintz, M., Osadchy, M., Hertz, U. (2022). Using deep learning to predict human decisions and using cognitive models to explain deep learning models. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 4736.
Shamay-Tsoory, S. G., Hertz, U. (2022). Adaptive Empathy: A Model for Learning Empathic Responses in Response to Feedback. Perspectives on Psychological Science: A Journal of the Association for Psychological Science, 17456916211031926.
Mizrahi, S., Ben-Eliyahu, A., Cohen, N., Hertz, U., Miller-Mor, R., Mishor, E., Vigoda-Gadot, E. (2022). Public management during a crisis: when are citizens willing to contribute to institutional emergency preparedness? Public Management Review, 1–25. [Read]
Hertz U.; Learning how to behave: cognitive learning processes account for asymmetries in adaptation to social norms; Porceedings of the Royal Society B, 2021. [Read]
Hertz U., L.G. Snider K., Levy A., Canetti D., Gross M. L.; To shoot or not to shoot: Experiments on moral injury in the context of West Bank checkpoints and Covid-19 restrictions enforcement; European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 2022. [Read]
Kurvers R.*, Hertz U.*, Karpus J.*, Balode M., Jayles B., Binmore K., Bahrami B. ; How to sway voters: Strategic dishonesty outperforms honesty in competition for social influence; 2021, iScience. [Read] *Equal contribution
Hemed E., Mark-Tavger I., Hertz U., Bakbani-Elkayam S., Eitam B.; Automatically controlled: Task irrelevance fully cancels otherwise automatic imitation; Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2021. [Read]
Hertz U., Bell V., Raihani N.; Trusting and learning from others: immediate and long-term effects of learning from observation and advice; Porceedings of the Royal Society B, 2021. [Read]
Kozakevich Arbel E., Shamay-Tsoory S.,Hertz U.;Adaptive Empathy : Empathic Response Selection as a Dynamic, Feedback-Based Learning Process; Frontiers in Psychiatry, 2021. [Read]
Zacharopoulos G., Hertz U., Kanai R., Bahrami B.; The effect of feedback valence and source on perception and metacognition: An fMRI investigation;Cognitive Neuroscience, 2020. [Read]
Hertz U., Bell V., Barnby J., McQuillin A., Bahrami B.; The communication of metacognition for social strategy in psychosis: an exploratory study; Schizophrenia Bulletin Open, 2020. [Read]
Hertz U.,Tyropoulou E.,Traberg C., Bahrami B.; Self-Competence Increases the Willingness to Pay for Social Influence; Scientific Reports, 2020. [Read]
Cohen N., Hertz U.; Street-Level Bureaucrats' Social Value Orientation On and Off Duty; Public Administration Review, 2020. [Read].
Hertz U., Blakemore C., Frith C. D.;I haven’t a clue! Expectations based on repetitions and hints facilitate perceptual experience of ambiguous images; JEP:HPP, 2020. Read in [JEP:HPP] or [PsyArXiv].
Farmer H., Hertz U., Hamilton A.; The Neural Basis of Shared Preference Learning; SCAN, 2019. Read in [SCAN] or [Biorxiv].
Lachman I., Hadar I., Hertz U.; The Subjective Cost of Writing Reusable Code: The Case of Functions; CAiSE, 2019. [Read]
Hertz U., Bahrami B., Keramati M.; Stochastic satisficing account of choice and confidence in uncertain value-based decisions; PLoS ONE, 2018.[Read]
Hertz U., Palminteri S., Brunetti S., Olesen C., Frith C. D., Bahrami B.; Neural computations underpinning the strategic management of influence in advice giving; Nature Communications, 2017. [Read]
Hertz U., Kelly M, Rutledge R. B., Winston J., Wrigh N., Dolan R. J., Bahrami B.; Oxytocin Promotes Collective Decision Making; PLoS ONE, 2016. [Read]
Peer M., Abboud S., Hertz U, Amedi A., Arzy S.; Intensity-based masking of fMRI BOLD signal for improving functional connectivity measures; Human Brain Mapping, 2016. PMID:27018565
Hertz U., Romand-Monnier M., Kyriakopoulou K., Bahrami B.; Social Influence Protects Collective Decision Making from Equality Bias; JEP-HPP, 2016.PMID:26436525, or [here]
2015 and Earlier
Zeharia N., Hertz U., Flash T., Amedi A.; New Whole-body Sensory-Motor Gradients Revealed Using Phase-Locked Analysis and Verified using MVPA and Functional Connectivity; Journal of Neuroscience, 2015. PMID:25698725
Hertz U., Amedi A.; Flexibility and stability in sensory processing revealed using visual-to-auditory sensory substitution; Cerebral Cortex, 2014. PMID:24518756
Zeharia N., Hertz U., Flash T. Amedi A.; The negative BOLD homunculus and somatotopic information in the negative and positive BOLD signal in M1 and the SMA; PNAS, 2012. PMID:23086164
Striem- Amit E.*, Hertz U.*, Amedi A.; Extensive cochleotopic mapping of human auditory cortical fields obtained with phase-encoding fMRI; PLoS ONE, 2011. PMID:21448274. *Equal contribution.
Hertz U., Amedi A.; Disentangling unisensory and multisensory components in audiovisual integration using a novel multi-frequency fMRI spectral analysis; Neuroimage, 2010. PMID:20412861