Liad Mudrik laboratory


Pavlov, Y. G., Adamian, N., Appelhoff, S., Arvaneh, M., Benwell, C. S., Beste, C., ... & Mushtaq, F. (2021). # EEGManyLabs: Investigating the replicability of influential EEG experiments. Cortex. [LINK]

Melloni L., Mudrik L., Pitts M., Koch C. (2021). Making the hard problem of consciousness easier. Science372(6545), 911-912. [PDF]    
Shir, Y., Abudarham, N., & Mudrik, L. (2021). You won’t believe what this guy is doing with the potato: The ObjAct stimulus-set depicting human actions on congruent and incongruent objects.Behavior Research Methods, 1-15. [PDF] [Preregistration and supplementary information]

Hirschhorn, R., Kahane, O., Gur-Arie, I., Faivre, N., & Mudrik, L. (2020). Windows of Integration Hypothesis Revisited. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience14, 613. [PDF] [supplementary information]

Biderman, D., Shir, Y., & Mudrik, L. (2020). B or 13? Unconscious Top-Down Contextual Effects at the Categorical but Not the Lexical Level. Psychological Science. [PDF] [Data for all experiments]  [Preregistration 2] [Preregistration 3] [Preregistration 4] 
[Preregistration control 1]  [Preregistration control 2]

Furtak, M., Doradzińska, Ł., Ptashynska, A., Mudrik, L., Nowicka, A., & Bola, M. (2020). Automatic Attention Capture by Threatening, But Not by Semantically Incongruent Natural Scene Images. Cerebral Cortex[PDF]

Mudrik, L., Levy, D. J., Gavenas, J., & Maoz, U. (2019). Studying Volition With Actions That Matter: Combining the Fields of Neuroeconomics and the Neuroscience of VolitionPsychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice. Advance online publication.  [PDF]

Weil, R. & Mudrik, L. (2019). Detecting Falsehood Relies on Mismatch Detection between Sentence Components. Cognition, 195, 104121. [PDF] [Preregistration and materials]

Maoz, U., Yaffe, G., Koch, C., & Mudrik, L. (2019). Neural precursors of decisions that matter—an ERP study of deliberate and arbitrary choice.,  elife, 8, e39787. [PDF] [ Preregistration and materials ]

Zucker, L., & Mudrik, L. (2019). Understanding associative vs. abstract pictorial relations: An ERP study., Neuropsychologia, 133 [PDF] [Preregistration and materials]

Maoz, U., Sita, K. R., van Boxtel, J. J. A., & Mudrik, L. (2019). Does It Matter Whether You or Your Brain Did It? An Empirical Investigation of the Influence of the Double Subject Fallacy on Moral Responsibility Judgments., frontiers in psychology, 10 [PDF]
[Preregistration and materials 1] [Preregistration and materials 2]

Faivre, N., Dubois, J., Schwartz, n., & Mudrik, L. (2019). Imaging object-scene relations processing in visible and invisible natural scenes.,  Scientific Reports, 9(1) [PDF]

Korisky, U., Hirschhorn, R., & Mudrik, L. (2018). “Real-life” continuous flash suppression (CFS)-CFS with real-world objects using augmented reality goggles., Behavior Research Methods, 1-13 [PDF] [Preregistration and materials]

Truman, A., & Mudrik, L. (2018). Are incongruent objects harder to identify? The functional significance of the N300 component., Neuropsychologia, 117, 222-232 [PDF] [Preregistration and materials]

Gelbard-Sagiv, H., Mudrik, L., Hill, M. R., Koch, C., & Fried, I. (2018). Human single neuron activity precedes emergence of conscious perseption., Nature Communications, 9.  [PDF]

Biderman, N., & Mudrik, L. (2017). Evidence for Implicit—But Not Unconscious—Processing of Object-Scene RelationsPsychological science, 1-12. [PDF] [Data for all experiments] [Preregistration 1] [Preregistration 2]

Mudrik, L. (2016). The primary (dis)function of consciousness: (Non)Integration – a commentary on Morsella et al.Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 39.

Gelbard-Sagiv, H., Faivre, N., Mudrik, L., & Koch, C. (2016). Low-level awareness accompanies “unconscious” high-level processing during continuous flash suppressionJournal of Vision16(1), 3-3. [PDF] [Supplementary]

Maoz, U., Mudrik, L., Rivlin, R., Ross, I., Mamelak, A., & Yaffe, G. (2015). On reporting the onset of the conscious intention to move. In: Mele, A. Surrounding Free WillOxford University Press[PDF]

Mudrik, L. & Maoz, U. (2014) “Me & My Brain”: Exposing Neuroscience’s Closet DualismJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27(2), 211-221. [PDF]

Mudrik, L.,* Faivre, N.* & Koch, C. (2014) Information integration without awareness. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 18(9), 488-496. [PDF]

Faivre, N., Mudrik, L., Schwartz, N. & Koch, C. (2014) Multisensory integration in complete unawareness: Evidence from audiovisual congruency primingPsychological Science, 25(11), 2006-2016. [PDF]

Mudrik, L., Shalgi, S. Lamy, D. & Deouell, L.Y. (2014) Synchronous contextual irregularities affect early scene perception: Replication and extensionNeuropsychologia, 56, 447-458. [PDF]

Mudrik, L., and Koch, C. (2013). Differential processing of invisible congruent and incongruent scenes: A case for unconscious integrationJournal of Vision, 13, 24. [PDF]

Mudrik, L., Deouell, L.Y. & Lamy, D. (2012). Novelty, not integration: Finding the function of conscious awarenessIn: Consciousness: Its Nature and Functions. Kreitler, S. & Maimon, O. (Eds.), New York, Nova Science publishers.

Mudrik, L., Breska, A., Lamy, D., & Deouell, L. Y. (2011) Integration without awareness: expanding the limits of unconscious processingPsychological Science, 22, 764–770. [PDF]

Mudrik, L., Deouell, L.Y. & Lamy, D. (2011). Scene congruency biases rivalry. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 756–767. [PDF]

Mudrik, L., Lamy, D. & Deouell, L.Y. (2010). ERP evidence for context congruity effects on perceptual stages of object-scene processingNeuropsychologia, 48(2), 507-517. [PDF]

Mudrik, L. (2009). Book Review: Welcome to your brain: Why you loose your car keys but never forget how to drive and other puzzles of everyday life. Pragmatics & Cognition, 17(2), 441-449. [PDF]

Lamy, D., Mudrik, L., & Deouell, L. (2008). Unconscious auditory information can prime visual word processing: A process-dissociation procedure study. Consciousness and Cognition, 17(3), 688-698. [PDF]

Mudrik, L., Lamy, D. (2007). Book Review: Inner Presence: Consciousness as a Biological Phenomenon. Pragmatics & Cognition, 15 (2), 379-386. [PDF]

Mudrik, L. (2005) Book Review: The Problem of the Soul. Pragmatics & Cognition, 13 (2), 444-447.