Liad Mudrik laboratory

PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES
Mudrik L., Gur-Arie I., Amir Y., Shir Y., ... & Roskies, A. (2022). Free will without consciousness?  Trends in Cognitive Sciences. [PDF

Yaron, I., Melloni, L., Pitts, M. & Mudrik, L., The ConTraSt database for analysing and comparing empirical studies of consciousness theories Nature human behaviour (2022). [LINK] 

Aberbach-Goodman, S., Buaron, B., Mudrik, L., & Mukamel, R. (2022). Same Action, Different Meaning: Neural Substrates of Action Semantic MeaningCerebral Cortex, 1-11. [LINK] 

Furtak M., Mudrik L, & Bola M. (2022). The forest, the trees, or both? Hierarchy and interactions between gist and object processing during perception of real-world scenes Cognition, 221, 104983. [LINK] 

Korisky U., Mudrik L. (2021). Dimensions of Perception: 3D Real-Life Objects Are More Readily Detected Than Their 2D ImagesPsychological Science, 31(6), 663-677. [LINK] [Preregistration and supplementary information]

Maresch J., Mudrik L., & Donchin, O. (2021). Measures of explicit and implicit in motor learning: what we know and what we don’t. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. [LINK]

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 Methods53(5), 1895-1909. [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, ​617187. [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, 31(6), 663-677. [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, 30(7)4158-4168. [PDF]

Weil, R. & Mudrik, L. (2020). Detecting Falsehood Relies on Mismatch Detection between Sentence Components. Cognition, 195, 104121. [PDF] [Preregistration and materials]

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. 7(1), 67.  [PDF]

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,  199, 107127 [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, 950 [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, 5467 [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, 2057 [PDF]

Biderman, N., & Mudrik, L. (2017). Evidence for Implicit—But Not Unconscious—Processing of Object-Scene RelationsPsychological science, ​29(2), 266-277. [PDF] [Data for all experiments] [Preregistration 1] [Preregistration 2]

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]

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., 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]

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]

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Schurger, A. & Mudrik, L. (2022) How can we determine whether or not an agent is conscious of a bit of information relevant to an action? In: Maoz. U. & Sinnott-Armstrong. W. ​Free Will:Philosophers and Neuroscientists in Conversation. New-York,Oxford University Press, pp.213-221

Bold, J., Mudrik, L. & Maoz, U. (2022) How are arbitrary and deliberate decisions similar and different?In: Maoz. U. & Sinnott-Armstrong. W .​Free Will: Philosophers and Neuroscientists in Conversation. New-York, Oxford University Press, pp.165-174

Hopkins, A., Mudrik, L. & Maoz, U. (2022) How does the absence of a consensus about the neural basis of consciousness and volition affect theorizing about conscious volition?In: Maoz. U. & Sinnott-Armstrong. W. ​Free Will: Philosophers and Neuroscientists in Conversation. New-York, Oxford University Press pp. 232-240

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., 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.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS 

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

Vinson, D.W., Abney, D.H., Amso, D., Chemero, A., Cutting, J.E., Dale, R., Freeman, J.B., Feldman, L.B., Friston, K.J., Gallagher, S., Jordan, J.C., Mudrik, L., Ondobaka, S., Richardson, D.C., Shams, L., Shiffrar, M., Spivey, M.J. (2016). Perception, As You Make It; commentary on Firestone & Scholl. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.   

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]

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.