Miriam Faust

Affiliations: 
Psychology Bar-Ilian University 
Area:
Psycholinguistics, reading
Website:
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Kenett YN, Gold R, Faust M. (2018) Metaphor Comprehension in Low and High Creative Individuals. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 482
Kenett YN, Gold R, Faust M. (2016) The Hyper-Modular Associative Mind: A Computational Analysis of Associative Responses of Persons with Asperger Syndrome. Language and Speech. 59: 297-313
Kenett YN, Anaki D, Faust M. (2015) Processing of unconventional stimuli requires the recruitment of the non-specialized hemisphere. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9: 32
Zeev-Wolf M, Faust M, Levkovitz Y, et al. (2015) Magnetoencephalographic evidence of early right hemisphere overactivation during metaphor comprehension in schizophrenia. Psychophysiology. 52: 770-81
Shai S, Kenett DY, Kenett YN, et al. (2015) Critical tipping point distinguishing two types of transitions in modular network structures Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 92
Mashal N, Borodkin K, Maliniak O, et al. (2015) Hemispheric involvement in native and non-native comprehension of conventional metaphors Journal of Neurolinguistics. 35: 96-108
Faust M, Kenett YN. (2014) Rigidity, chaos and integration: hemispheric interaction and individual differences in metaphor comprehension. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 511
Kenett YN, Anaki D, Faust M. (2014) Investigating the structure of semantic networks in low and high creative persons. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 407
Zeev-Wolf M, Goldstein A, Levkovitz Y, et al. (2014) Fine-coarse semantic processing in schizophrenia: a reversed pattern of hemispheric dominance. Neuropsychologia. 56: 119-28
Borodkin K, Faust M. (2014) Naming abilities in low-proficiency second language learners. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 47: 237-53
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