Publications

Articles

Tymula A, Rosenberg Belmaker LA, Ruderman L, Glimcher PW, and Levy I (2013) Like cognitive function, decision making across the life span shows profound age-related changes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 110: 17143-17148

Tymula A, Rosenberg Belmaker LA, Roy AK, Ruderman L, Manson K, Glimcher PW, and Levy I (2012) Adolescents' risk-taking behavior is driven by tolerance to ambiguity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 109: 17135-17140 

Levy I, Rosenberg Belmaker L, Manson K, Tymula A, and Glimcher PW (2012) Measuring the subjective value of risky and ambiguous options using experimental economics and functional MRI methods. Journal of Visualized Experiments 67, DOI: 10.3791/3724


Levy I, Lazzaro SC, Rutledge RB, and Glimcher PW (2011) Choice from non-choice: Predicting consumer preferences from blood oxygenation level-dependent signals obtained during passive viewing. Journal of Neuroscience 31(1):118-125


Levy I, Snell J, Nelson AJ, Rustichini A, and Glimcher PW (2010) Neural representation of subjective value under risk and ambiguity. Journal of Neurophysiology 103(2):1036-47 


Schiller D, Levy I, Niv Y, LeDoux JE, and Phelps EA (2008) From fear to safety and back: reversal of fear in the human brain. Journal of Neuroscience 28(45):11517-25


Levy I, Schluppeck D, Heeger DJ, and Glimcher PW (2007) Specificity of human cortical areas for reaches and saccades. Journal of Neuroscience 27(17):4687-4696 



Nir Y, Hasson U, Levy I, Yeshurun Y, Malach R (2006) Widespread functional connectivity and fMRI fluctuations in human visual cortex in the absence of visual stimulation. Neuroimage 30(4):1313-1324 



Hasson U, Nir Y, Levy I, Fuhrmann G, and Malach R (2004) Intersubject synchronization of cortical activity during natural vision. Science 303: 1634-1640 



Levy I, Hasson U, and Malach R (2004) One picture is worth at least a million neurons. Current Biology 14: 996-1001 



Levy I, Hasson U, Harel M, and Malach R (2004) Functional analysis of the periphery effect in human building related areas. Human Brain Mapping 22: 15-26 



Hasson U, Harel M, Levy I, and Malach R (2003) Large-scale mirror-symmetry organization of human occipito-temporal objects areas. Neuron 37: 1027-1041 



Avidan G, Levy I, Hendler T, Zohary E and Malach R (2003) Spatial vs. object specific attention in high-order visual areas. Neuroimage 19: 308-318 



Hasson U, Levy I, Behrmann M, Hendler T, and Malach R (2002) Eccentricity bias as an organizing principle for human high-order object areas. Neuron 34: 479-490 



Malach R, Levy I, and Hasson U (2002) The topography of high-order human object areas. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 6(4): 176-184 



Levy I, Hasson U, Avidan G, Hendler T, and Malach R (2001) Center-periphery organization of human object areas. Nature Neuroscience 4(5): 533-539



Book Chapters

Levy I (2013) Ambiguous Decisions in the Human Brain. In Crowley PH and Zentall TR (Eds.) Comparative Decision Making (pp 135-155). Oxford University Press, New York NY 

Pushkarskaya H and Levy I (2013) Poor Decisions about Security. In Crowley PH and Zentall TR (Eds.) Comparative Decision Making (pp 347-348). Oxford University Press, New York NY 

Levy, I and Glimcher, PW (2013). Neuroeconomics. In H. Pashler (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the mind (Vol. 14, pp. 565-569). SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks CA


Malach R, Avidan G, Lener Y, Hasson U, and Levy I (2004) The Cartogarphy of Human Visual Object Areas.  In Kanwisher N and Duncan J (Eds.) Attention and Performance XX (pp 195-204). Oxford University Press