Dov Sagi

PubMed abstracts.

List of Publications:

    1. R. Dekel and D. Sagi (2020) A decision-time account of individual variability in context-dependent orientation estimation. Vision Research,177, 20-31. doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2020.08.002.
    2. R. Dekel and D. Sagi (2020) Interaction of contexts in context-dependent orientation estimation. Vision Research,169, 58-72. doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2020.02.006.
    3. R. Dekel and D. Sagi (2020) Perceptual bias is reduced with longer reaction times during visual discrimination. Communications Biology 3, 59. doi.org/10.1038/s42003-020-0786-7.
    4. N. Pinchuk-Yacobi and D. Sagi (2019) Orientation-selective adaptation improves perceptual grouping. Journal of Vision 19(9):6. doi: 10.1167/19.9.6.
    5. M. Katkov, H. Harris, and D. Sagi (2018) 1, 2, 3, Many - Perceptual Integration of Motif Repetitions. Symmetry 10:661.
    6. N. Meital-Kfir and D. Sagi (2018) Real-time visual interactions across the boundary of awareness. Scientific Reports 8:6442. doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-24554-1.
    7. H. Harris and D. Sagi (2018) Visual learning with reduced adaptation is eccentricity-specific. Scientific Reports 8:608. doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-18824-7.
    8. A. Gorea, L. Granjon and D. Sagi (2017) Awareness of the outcome of self-initiated actions. bioRxiv, 234369.
    9. N. Pinchuk-Yacobi, R. Dekel and D. Sagi (2016) Expectations and visual aftereffects. Journal of Vision, 16(15):19. doi:10.1167/16.15.19.
    10. N. Censor, H. Harris and D. Sagi (2016) A dissociation between consolidated perceptual learning and sensory adaptation in vision. Scientific Reports, 6:38819 | doi:10.1038/srep38819
    11. N. Meital-Kfir, Y. Bonneh and D. Sagi (2016) Asymmetric visual interactions across the boundary of awareness. Journal of Vision, 16(10):4. doi:10.1167/16.10.4
    12. N. Pinchuk-Yacobi, H. Harris and D. Sagi (2016) Target-selective tilt aftereffect during texture learning. Vision Research, 124, 44-51.
    13. H. Harris, D. Israeli, N. Minshew, Y.S. Bonneh, D.J. Heeger , M. Behrmann, D. Sagi (2016) Response: Commentary: Perceptual learning in autism: over-specificity and possible remedies. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 10:36. doi:10.3389/fnint.2016.00036
    14. H. Harris, D. Israeli, N. Minshew, Y.S. Bonneh, D.J. Heeger , M. Behrmann, D. Sagi (2015) Perceptual learning in autism: over-specificity and possible remedies. Nature Neuroscience, 18, 1574-6.
    15. R. Dekel and D. Sagi (2015) Tilt aftereffect due to adaptation to natural stimuli. Vision Research, 117, 91-99.
    16. O. Yehezkel, A. Sterkin, D. Sagi and U. Polat (2015) Binocular summation of chance decisions. Scientific Reports, 5:16799 | doi:10.1038/srep16799.
    17. M. Katkov, H. Harris and D. Sagi (2015) Visual perception of order-disorder transition. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:734. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00734.
    18. H. Harris and D. Sagi (2015) Effects of spatiotemporal consistencies on visual learning dynamics and transfer. Vision Research, 109, 77-86.
    19. K. Shibata, D. Sagi, and T. Watanabe (2014) Two-stage model in perceptual learning - toward a unified theory. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1316, 18-28.
    20. Y.S. Bonneh, T.H. Donner, A. Cooperman, D.J. Heeger and D. Sagi, (2014) Motion-induced Blindness and Troxler Fading: Common and Different Mechanisms. PLoS ONE 9(3): e92894. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092894
    21. T.H. Donner, D. Sagi, Y.S. Bonneh and D.J. Heeger (2013) Retinotopic Patterns of Correlated Fluctuations in Visual Cortex Reflect the Dynamics of Spontaneous Perceptual Suppression. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 2188-2198.
    22. H. Harris, M. Gliksberg and D. Sagi (2012) Generalized perceptual learning in the absence of sensory adaptation. Current Biology, 22, 1813-1817.
    23. N. Censor , D.Sagi and L.G. Cohen (2012) Common mechanisms of human perceptual and motor learning. Nature Review Neuroscience, 13, 658- 664.
    24. I. Zak, M. Katkov, A. Gorea and D. Sagi (2012) Decision criteria in dual discrimination tasks estimated using external noise methods. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 74, 1042-1055.
    25. D. Sagi, Y. Adini and M. Tsodyks (2012) Associative learning in early vision. In Norbert M. Seel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. Springer, Heidelberg.
    26. T. Livne and D. Sagi (2011) Multiple levels of orientation anisotropy in crowding with Gabor flankers. Journal of Vision, 11(13):18. doi: 10.1167/11.13.18.
    27. D. Sagi (2011) Perceptual learning in Vision Research. Vision Research, 51, 1552-1566.
    28. Y.S. Bonneh, T.H. Donner, D. Sagi, M. Fried, A. Cooperman, D.J. Heeger and A. Arieli (2010) Motion-induced blindness and microsaccades: cause and effect. Journal of Vision, 10(14):22. doi: 10.1167/10.14.22.
    29. M. Katkov and D. Sagi (2010) Lateral facilitation - no effect on target noise level. Vision Research, 50, 2486-2494.
    30. O. Yehezkel, D. Sagi, A. Sterkin, M. Belkin and U. Polat (2010) Learning to adapt: Dynamics of readaptation to geometrical distortions. Vision Research, 50, 1550-2558.
    31. T. Livne and D. Sagi (2010) How do flankers' relations affect crowding? Journal of Vision, 10(3):1. doi:10.1167/10.3.1
    32. N. Censor and D. Sagi (2009) Global resistance to local perceptual adaptation in texture discrimination. Vision Research, 49, 2550-2556.
    33. N. Censor and D. Sagi (2009) Explaining training induced performance increments and decrements within a unified framework of perceptual learning. Learning & Perception, 1, 3-17.
    34. N. Censor, Y.S. Bonneh , A. Arieli and D. Sagi (2009) Early-vision Electrophysiological Thresholds which Predict Human Visual Segmentation and Learning. Journal of Vision, 9(4):12. doi:10.1167/9.4.12.
    35. S. Preminger, B. Blumenfeld, D. Sagi and M. Tsodyks (2009) Mapping Dynamic Memories of Gradually Changing Objects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 106, 5371-6.
    36. Y.S. Bonneh, D. Sagi, A. Gorea , N. Soroker, J. Treger, and M. Pavlovskaya (2008) When they see, they see it almost right: Normal subjective experience of detected stimuli in spatial neglect. Neuroscience Letters, 448, 51-55.
    37. T.H. Donner, D. Sagi, Y.S. Bonneh and D.J. Heeger (2008) Opposite neural signatures of Motion-Induced Blindness in human dorsal and ventral visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience, 28, 10298-310.
    38. N. Censor and D. Sagi (2008) Benefits of efficient consolidation: Short training enables long-term resistance to perceptual adaptation induced by intensive testing. Vision Research, 48, 970-977.
    39. D. Sagi (2008) Contextual interactions in visual perception. In Larry R. Squire, Editor-in-Chief,Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Academic Press, Oxford.
    40. M. Katkov, M. Tsodyks and D. Sagi (2007) Inverse modeling of human contrast response. Vision Research, 47, 2855-2867.
    41. U. Polat and D. Sagi (2007) The relationship between the subjective and objective aspects of visual filling-in. Vision Research, 47, 2473-2481.
    42. M. Katkov, M. Tsodyks and D. Sagi (2007) Singularities explained: response to Klein. Vision Research, 47, 2918-2922.
    43. Y.S. Bonneh, D. Sagi and U. Polat (2007) Spatial and temporal crowding in Amblyopia. Vision Research, 47, 1950-1962.
    44. N. Ofen, A. Moran and D. Sagi (2007) Effects of trial repetition in texture discrimination. Vision Research, 47, 1094-1102.
    45. S. Preminger, D. Sagi and M. Tsodyks (2007) The effects of perceptual history on memory of visual objects. Vision Research, 47, 965-973. [Published Erratum appears in Vision Research (2001) 51, 1718. ]
    46. T. Livne and D. Sagi (2007) Configuration influence on crowding. Journal of Vision , 7(2):4. doi: 10.1167/7.2.4.
    47. N. Censor, A. Karni and D. Sagi (2006) A link between perceptual learning, adaptation and sleep. Vision Research, 46, 4071-4074.
    48. B. Blumenfeld, S. Preminger, D. Sagi and M. Tsodyks (2006) Dynamics of Memory Associations in Networks with Novelty-Facilitated Synaptic Plasticity. Neuron, 52, 383-394.
    49. R. Shani and D. Sagi (2006) Psychometric curves of lateral interactions. Spatial Vision, 19, 413-426.
    50. M. Katkov, M. Tsodyks and D. Sagi (2006) Analysis of a two-alternative force-choice Signal Detection Theory model. J Math Psychol, 50, 411-420.
    51. U. Polat and D. Sagi (2006) Temporal asymmetry of collinear lateral interactions. Vision Research, 46, 953-960.
    52. M. Katkov, M. Tsodyks and D. Sagi (2006) Singularities in the inverse modeling of 2AFC contrast discrimination data. Vision Research, 46, 259-266. [Published Erratum appears in Vision Research (2006) 46, 2157.]
    53. A. Gorea , F. Caetta and D. Sagi (2005) Criteria interactions across visual attributes. Vision Research, 45, 2523-2032.
    54. R. Shani and D. Sagi (2005) Eccentricity effects on lateral interactions. Vision Research, 45,2009-2024.
    55. U. Polat, Y. Bonneh, T. Ma-Naim, M. Belkin, and D. Sagi (2005) Spatial interactions in amblyopia: effects of stimulus parameters and amblyopia type. Vision Research, 45, 1471-1479.
    56. Y. Bonneh, D. Sagi and U. Polat (2004) Local and non-local deficits in amblyopia: acuity and spatial interactions.Vision Research, 44, 3099-3110.
    57. A. Gorea and D. Sagi (2004) On decision and attention. In: Itti, Rees and Tsotso (Eds), Neurobiology of Attention. Academic press / Elsevier.
    58. Y. Adini, A. Wilkonski, R. Haspel, M. Tsodyks, and D.Sagi (2004) Perceptual learning in contrast discrimination: The effect of contrast uncertainty. Journal of Vision, 4(12):2. doi: 10.1167/4.12.2.
    59. M. Tsodyks, Y. Adini and D. Sagi (2004) Associative learning in early vision. Neural Networks, 17, 823-832. [Published Erratum appears in Neural Networks (2004) 17, 1495.]
    60. U. Polat, T. Ma-Naim, M. Belkin and D. Sagi (2004) Improving vision in adult amblyopia by perceptual learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 101, 6692-6697.
    61. E. Freeman,D. Sagi and J. Driver (2004) Configuration-Specific Attentional Modulation of Flanker-Target Lateral Interactions. Perception, 33, 181-194.
    62. E. Freeman, J. Driver, D. Sagi and Z. Li (2003) Top-down modulation of lateral interactions in early vision: does attention affect integration of the whole, or just perception of the parts? Current Biology, 13, 985-989.
    63. A. Gorea and D. Sagi (2002) Natural extinction: A criterion shift phenomenon. Visual Cognition, 9, 913-936.
    64. Y. Adini, D. Sagi and M. Tsodyks (2002) Context enabled learning in the human visual system. Nature, 415,790-793.
    65. B. Zenger and D. Sagi (2002) Plasticity of low level visual networks In M. Fahle and T. Poggio (Eds.), Textbook on `Perceptual Learning' (pp 177-196). MIT press, Boston
    66. E. Freeman, J. Driver and D. Sagi (2002) Psychophysical measurement of attentional modulation in low-level vision using the lateral-interactions paradigm. In V. Cantoni, M. Marinaro and A. Petrosino (Eds.) Visual Attention Mechanisms. Plenum Press, NY.
    67. A. Gorea and D. Sagi (2002) False alarms? A reply to Kontsevich et al. Nature Neuroscience, 5, 707-708.
    68. A. Gorea and D. Sagi (2001) Disentangling Signal From Noise in Visual Contrast Discrimination. Nature Neuroscience, 4, 1146-1150.
    69. E. Freeman, D. Sagi and J. Driver (2001) Lateral Interactions between Targets and Flankers in Low-Level Vision Require Attention to the Flankers. Nature Neuroscience, 4, 1032-1036.
    70. Y. Adini and D. Sagi (2001) Recurrent networks in human visual cortex: Psychophysical evidence. Journal of the Optical Society America A, 18, 2228-2236.
    71. Y.Bonneh, A. Cooperman and D. Sagi (2001) Motion induced blindness in normal observers. Nature, 411, 798-801. DEMO
    72. Y.Bonneh, D. Sagi and A. Karni (2001) A transition between eye and object rivalry determined by stimulus coherency. Vision Research, 41, 981-989.
    73. M. Pavlovskaya, D. Sagi and N. Soroker (2000) Contrast dependence of perceptual grouping in brain-damaged patients with visual extinction. Spatial Vision, 13, 403-414 .
    74. A. Gorea and D. Sagi (2000) Failure to handle more than one internal representation in visual detection tasks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 97,12380-12384.
    75. Y. Tanaka and D. Sagi (2000) Attention and short-term memory in contrast detection. Vision Research, 40, 1089-1100.
    76. A. Popple and D. Sagi (2000) A Fraser illusion without local cues? Vision Research, 40, 873-878.
    77. Y. Bonneh and D. Sagi (1999) Contrast Integration Across Space., Vision Research, 39,2597-2602.
    78. M. Usher, Y. Bonneh, D. Sagi and M. Herrman (1999) Mechanisms for Spatial Integration in Visual Detection: A Model Based on Lateral Interactions. Spatial Vision, 12, 187-210 .
    79. Y.Bonneh and D. Sagi (1999) Configuration Saliency Revealed by Short Duration Binocular Rivalry. Vision Research, 39, 271-281.
    80. Y. Tanaka and D. Sagi (1998) A perceptual memory for low contrast visual signals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 95, 12729-12733.
    81. Y. Bonneh and D. Sagi (1998) Effects of Spatial Configuration on Contrast Detection. Vision Research, 38, 3541-3553.
    82. Y. Tanaka and D. Sagi (1998) Long-lasting, long-range detection facilitation. Vision Research, 38, 2591-2599.
    83. A. Ishai and D. Sagi (1998) Visual Imagery and Visual Perception: The Role of Memory and Conscious Awareness.In Hameroff et al, Eds. "Toward a Study of Consciousness II" (pp 321-328), MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
    84. J.J.M. Askenasy, A. Karni and D. Sagi (1997) Visual skill consolidation in the dreaming brain. In: O. Hayaishi and S. Inou, Editors, Sleep and Sleep Disorders: From Molecule to Behavior (pp. 361-376), Academic Press Harcourt Race, Tokyo.
    85. M. Pavlovskaya, D. Sagi, N. Soroker and H. Ring (1997) Visual extinction and cortical connectivity. Cognitive Brain Research, 6, 159-162.
    86. Y. Adini, D. Sagi and M. Tsodyks (1997) Excitatory-Inhibitory Network in the Visual Cortex: Psychophysical Evidence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 94,10426-10431.
    87. A. Dorais and D. Sagi (1997) Contrast masking effects change with practice. Vision Research, 37, 1725-1733.
    88. A. Ishai and D. Sagi (1997) Visual Imagery: Effects of Short-Term and Long-Term Memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 9, 734-742.
    89. A. Ishai and D. Sagi (1997) Visual imagery facilitates visual perception: psychophysical evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience , 9, 476-489.
    90. U. Polat, D. Sagi and A. M. Norcia (1997) Abnormal long-range spatial interactions in amblyopia. Vision Research, 37, 737-744.
    91. U. Polat, A. M.Norcia, and D. Sagi (1996) The pattern and functional significance of long-range interactions in human visual cortex. In Joseph Sirosh, Risto Miikkulainen, and Yoonsuck Choe, editors, Lateral Interactions in the Cortex: Structure and Function. The UTCSNeural Networks Research Group, Austin, TX. Electronic book, ISBN0-9647060-0-8, http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/nn/web-pubs/htmlbook96.
    92. D. Sagi (1996) Early vision: Images, context and memory. In A. Aertsen and V. Braitenberg (Eds) Brain Theory: Biological Basis and Computational Theory of Vision (pp 1-17). Elsevier Science Publ Amesterdam.
    93. B. Zenger and D. Sagi (1996) Isolating excitatory and inhibitory non-linear spatial interactions involved in contrast detection. Vision Research, 36, 2497-2513. [Published Erratum appears in Vision Research (1997) 37, 255.]
    94. B.S. Rubenstein and D. Sagi (1996) Preattentive texture segmentation: The role of line terminators, size, and filter wavelength. Perception & Psychophysics, 58, 489-509.
    95. A. Ishai and D. Sagi (1995) Common Mechanisms of Visual Imagery and Perception. Science, 268, 1772-1774.
    96. M. Barchilon Ben-Av and D. Sagi (1995) Perceptual grouping by similarity and proximity: Experimental results can be predicted by intensity autocorrelations. Vision Research, 35, 853-866.
    97. D. Sagi (1995) The psychophysics of texture segmentation. In T.V. Papathomas, C. Chubb, A. Gorea and E. Kowler (Eds.), Early Vision and Beyond (pp 69-78). MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
    98. U. Polat and D. Sagi (1995) Plasticity of spatial interactions in early vision. In B. Julesz & I. Kovács (Eds.), Maturational Windows and Adult Cortical Plasticity, SFI Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Vol XXIV (pp 111-125). Addison-Wesley, Reading MA.
    99. A. Karni and D. Sagi (1995) A memory system in the adult visual cortex. In B. Julesz & I. Kovács (Eds.), Maturational Windows and Adult Cortical Plasticity, SFI Studies in the Sciences of Complexity,Vol XXIV (pp 1-15). Addison-Wesley, Reading MA.
    100. D. Sagi and D. Tanne (1994) Perceptual learning: Learning to see. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 4, 195-199.
    101. A. Karni, D. Tanne, B.S. Rubenstein, J.J.M.Askenasy and D. Sagi (1994) Dependence on REM sleep of overnight improvement of a perceptual skill. Science, 265, 679-682.
    102. U. Polat and D. Sagi (1994) Spatial interactions in human vision: from near to far via experience dependent cascades of connections. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 91,1206-1209.
    103. U. Polat and D. Sagi (1994) The architecture of perceptual spatial interactions. Vision Research, 34, 73-78.
    104. D. Sagi (1993) Perceptual learning in preattentive vision. In O. Hikosaka, S. Yamagishi & S. Ebashi (Eds.), Dynamics of Perception, Biomedical Research Foundation, Tokyo. (Also as: Biomedical Research, 14, Supplement 4,75-82.)
    105. B.S. Rubenstein and D. Sagi (1993) Effects of foreground scale in texture discrimination tasks: Performance is size, shape, and content specific. Spatial Vision, 7, 293-310.
    106. A. Karni and D. Sagi (1993) The time course of learning a visual skill. Nature, 365,250-252.
    107. U. Polat and D. Sagi (1993) Lateral interactions between spatial channels: suppression and facilitation revealed by lateral masking experiments. Vision Research, 33, 993-997.
    108. M. Barchilon Ben-Av, D. Sagi and J. Braun (1992) Visual attention and perceptual grouping. Perception & Psychophysics, 52 (3) , 277-294.
    109. Y. Adini and D. Sagi (1992) Parallel processes within the ``spot-light'' of attention. Spatial Vision, 6, 61-77.
    110. D. Horn, D. Sagi and M. Usher (1991) Segmentation, Binding and Illusory Conjunctions. Neural Computations, 3, 510-525.
    111. J. Braun and D. Sagi (1991) Texture-based tasks are little affected by a secondtask which requires peripheral or central attentive fixation. Perception, 20, 483-500.
    112. M. Dick, S. Ullman and D. Sagi (1991) Short- and Long- Range processes in Structure-From-Motion. Vision Research, 31, 2025-2028.
    113. A. Karni and D. Sagi (1991) Where practice makes perfect in texture discrimination: Evidence for primary visual cortex plasticity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 88,4966-4970.
    114. D. Sagi (1991) Spatial filters in texture segmentation tasks. In B. Blum (Ed.) , Channels in the visual nervous system: Neurophysiology, Psychophysics and Models (pp. 397-424) . London: Freund Publishers.
    115. D.J. Amit, D. Sagi and M. Usher (1990) Architecture of Attractor Neural Networks Performing Cognitive Fast Scanning. Network, 1, 189-216.
    116. B.S. Rubenstein and D. Sagi (1990) Spatial variability as a limiting factor in texture discrimination tasks: Implication for performance asymmetries. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 7,1632-1643.
    117. J. Braun and D. Sagi (1990) Vision outside the focus of attention. Perception & Psychophysics, 48, 45-58.
    118. D. Sagi (1990) Detection of an orientation singularity in Gabor textures: Effect of signal density and spatial-frequency. Vision Research, 30, 1377-1388.
    119. D.C. Van Essen, E.A. DeYoe, J. Olavarria, J. Knierim, J. Fox, D. Sagi and B. Julesz (1989) Neural responses to static and moving texture patterns in visual cortex of the Macaque monkey. In D.M.K. Lam and C. Gilbert (Eds.), Neural Mechanisms of Visual Perception (pp. 137-154) . The Woodlands, Texas: Portfolio Publishing.
    120. I. Fogel and D. Sagi (1989) Gabor filters as texture discriminator. Biological Cybernetics, 61, 103-113.
    121. D. Sagi (1988) The combination of spatial frequency and orientation is effortlessly perceived. Perception & Psychophysics, 43, 601-603.
    122. M. Dick, S. Ullman and D. Sagi (1987) Parallel and serial processes in motion detection. Science, 237, 400-402.
    123. D. Sagi and B. Julesz (1987) Short-Range Limitation on Detection of Feature Differences. Spatial Vision, 2, 39-49.
    124. D. Sagi and B. Julesz (1986) Enhanced detection in the aperture of focal attention. Nature, 321, 693-695.
    125. D. Sagi and B. Julesz (1985) ``Where" and ``What" in Vision. Science, 228, 1217-1219.
    126. D. Sagi and B. Julesz (1985) Fast noninertial shifts of attention. Spatial Vision, 1, 141-149.
    127. D. Sagi and B. Julesz (1985) Detection versus Discrimination of Visual Orientation. Perception, 14, 619-628.
    128. D. Sagi and S. Hochstein (1985) Lateral inhibition between spatially adjacent spatial frequency channels? Perception & Psychophysics, 37, 315-322.
    129. D. Sagi and S. Hochstein (1984) The contrast dependence of spatial frequency channel interactions. Vision Research, 24, 1357-1365.
    130. D. Sagi and S. Hochstein (1983) Discriminability of suprathreshold compound spatial frequency gratings. Vision Research, 23, 1595-1606.

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