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Dr. Aviad Hadar

Dr. Aviad Hadar    Selected Publications by Aviad Hadar Ph.D.    פרסומים נבחרים אביעד הדר    • Hadar, A., Hadas, I., Lazarovits, A., Alyagon, U., Eliraz, D., & Zangen, A. (2017). Answering the missed call: Initial exploration of cognitive and electrophysiological changesassociated with smartphone use and abuse. PLoS ONE, 12(7), e0180094.    • Hadar, A. A., Rowe, P., Di Costa, S., Jones, A., & Yarrow, K. (2016). Motor‐evoked potentials reveal a motor‐cortical readout of evidence accumulation for
sensorimotor decisions. Psychophysiology, 53(11), 1721-1731.‏   • Dinur-Klein, L., Dannon, P., Hadar, A., Rosenberg, O., Roth, Y., Kotler, M., & Zangen, A. (2014). Smoking cessation induced by deep repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the prefrontal and insular cortices: a prospective, randomized controlled trial. Biological psychiatry, 76(9), 742-749..   • Dinur-Klein, L., Dannon, P., Hadar, A.,…& Zangen , A. (2014) Smoking Cessation Induced by Deep Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the Prefrontal and Insular Cortices: A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial. Biological Psychiatry , 06/2014.   • Makris, S., Grant, S., Hadar, A.A., Yarrow, K. (2014) Binocular vision enhances a rapidly evolving affordance priming effect: behavioural and TMS evidence. Brain and Cognition, 83(3):279-87   • Makris, S., Hadar, A.A., Yarrow, K. (2013) Are object affordances fully automatic? A case of covert attention. Behavioural Neuroscience, 127(5):797-802.   • Hadar, A.A., Makris, S., & Yarrow, K. (2012) The truth-telling motor cortex: Response competition in M1 discloses deceptive behaviour. Biological Psychology, Biological Psychology, 89, 495-502.   • Hadar A. A, Makris S, Yarrow K. (2011). Single-Pulse-TMS-Related Syncopal Spell In a Healthy Subject, Brain stimulation, 5(4):652-3.   • Makris, S., Hadar, A. A., & Yarrow, K. (2011). Viewing objects and planning actions: On the potentiation of grasping behaviours by visual objects, Brain & Cognition, 77, 257-64.   • Hadar A. A, Makris S, Yarrow K. (2011). The truth-telling motor cortex: Response competition in M1 discloses deceptive behaviour, i-Perception, 2(4) 277.   Book chapters   • Hadar A. A & Zangen A. “Brain stimulation as a novel technique for craving management and the treatment of addiction” in The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook on the Neuroscience of Addiction, in press.    Conference presentations and invited talks   • Hadar, A , Alyagon U and Zangen A (2015). Answering the Missed Call: A TMS-EEG Investigation into Neural and Cognitive Costs of Smartphone Israeli Biological Psychiatry conference (ISBP) 2015. Winner of Research Excellence Award 2015.  • Hadar, A , Alyagon U and Zangen A (2015). Answering the Missed Call: A TMS-EEG Investigation into Neural and Cognitive Costs of Smartphone Brain Stimulation Conference. • Yarrow K, Hadar A, Rowe P, Di Costa S,  Jones A 4 Hadar, A (2014) Motor-evoked potentials reveal a motor-cortical readout of evidence accumulation for sensorimotor decisions. Invited talk at Vision Society Conference. • Hadar A, (2013) The truth-telling motor cortex: Response competition in M1 discloses deceptive behavior. Invited talk at Ben Gurion University Annual Psychology Seminar. • Hadar, A,A (2012). Intra-hemispheric mechanism of response selection Neurotalk Conference on 2012. Awarded travel grant from The Guarantors of Brain UK.  • Hadar, A,A (2011). The truth-telling motor cortex: Response competition in M1 discloses deceptive behavior. Poster presentation at Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision 2011. • Hadar, A.A., Makris, S,,Yarrow K (2011) . Lying involuntarily activates the truth. Poster presentation at the Oxford University Magstim TMS summer school.