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  Dr. Talya Sadeh, PhD.
  Post-Doctoral Fellow,
Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest (Present)
   
  PhD. Behavioural Cognitive Neuroscience Tel Aviv University (2012)
 
  Hon. B.Sc. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2004)
   
  Email:
  tsadeh@research.baycrest.org
   
PERSONAL PROFILE
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RESEARCH INTERESTS
 
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JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
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Published Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts:
Sadeh T
., Ozubko J.D., Winocur G., & Moscovitch M. (2014). How we forget may depend on how we remember. Trends in Cognitive Science, 18, 26-36.

Sadeh T., Maril A., & Goshen-Gottstein Y. (2012). Encoding-related brain activity dissociates between the recollective processes underlying successful recall and recognition: A subsequent-memory study. Neuropsychologia.

Sadeh T., Maril A., Bitan T., & Goshen-Gottstein Y. (2012). Putting Humpty together and pulling him apart: Accessing and unbinding the hippocampal item-context engram. NeuroImage, 60, 808-817.
Selected and evaluated by Howard Eichenbaum, a Member of the Faculty of 1000 (F1000), as one of the top 2% of published articles in biology and medicine

Sadeh, T. Shohamy, D. Levy D. R., Reggev N., & Maril A. (2011). Cooperation between the Hippocampus and the Striatum during Episodic Encoding. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 1597-1608.

Maril A., Avital R., Reggev N., Zuckerman M., Sadeh T., Sira, L. B., & Livneh, N. (2011). Event congruency and episodic encoding: A developmental fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 49, 3036-3045.

Sadeh T., Moran R., & Goshen-Gottstein Y. (2011). Temporal Contiguity Effects in Free-Recall Reveal Differential Reliance on Contextual Processing for Remember Vs. Know Judgments. In Algom, D., Zakay, D., Chajut, E., Shaki, S., Mama, Y., & Shakuf, V. (Eds.) (2011) Fechner Day 2011. Raanana, Israel: International Society for Psychophysics.

Sadeh T., Moran A., & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Is temporal-context free to be recalled? Variability in temporal-context reinstatement in free-recall (under revision, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review).

Sadeh T., Ozubko J.D., Winocur G., & Moscovitch M. Forgetting patterns dissociate between two forms of memory (in preparation).

Sadeh T., Gilboa A., Maril A. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. The time of our lives:
Neural mechanisms supporting temporal organization of episodic memory (in preparation).

Sadeh T., Moran A. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Differential long-term contextual effects for Remember and Know judgments in free recall (in preparation).

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ABSTRACTS,POSTERS & Manuals
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Sadeh T., Moran A., & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Is temporal-context free to be recalled? Variability in temporal-context reinstatement in free-recall. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Toronto, November 2013 (poster presentation).

Sadeh T., Maril A., Bitan T. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Putting Humpty together and pulling him apart: Accessing and unbinding the hippocampal item-context engram. Brain Plasticity Symposium. Tel-Aviv, February 2012 (poster presentation).

Sadeh T., Maril A., Bitan T. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Putting Humpty together and pulling him apart: Accessing and unbinding the hippocampal item-context engram. The Israel Society for Neuroscience (ISFN) Annual Meeting. Eilat, December 2011 (oral presentation).

Sadeh T., Maril A. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Putting Context in Context: The Mnemonic Role of the Parahippocampal Cortex in Contextual Processing. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting. Montreal, April 2010 (poster presentation).

Sadeh T., Maril A. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Dissociating between the processes mediating recall and recognition using neuronal signatures of item and context information. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Boston, November 2009 (poster presentation).

Sadeh T., Maril A. & Goshen-Gottstein Y. Putting Context in Context: The Mnemonic Role of the Parahippocampal Cortex. The 5th Tel-Aviv Human Brain Mapping Meeting. Tel-Aviv, September 2009 (oral presentation).

Sadeh T., Levy R.D., Reggev N., Zuckerman M., & Maril A. Mnemonic operations of the rostral prefrontal cortex: A subsequent-memory & reinstatement study. The 4th Tel-Aviv Human Brain Mapping Meeting. Tel-Aviv, July 2008 (poster presentation).
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