Idan Asher Blank
Idan Asher Blank
Assistant Professor, UCLA
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Functional network dynamics of the language system
LR Chai, MG Mattar, IA Blank, E Fedorenko, DS Bassett
Cerebral Cortex 26 (11), 4148-4159, 2016
A functional dissociation between language and multiple-demand systems revealed in patterns of BOLD signal fluctuations
I Blank, N Kanwisher, E Fedorenko
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (5), 1105-1118, 2014
Syntactic processing is distributed across the language system
I Blank, Z Balewski, K Mahowald, E Fedorenko
Neuroimage 127, 307-323, 2016
Domain-general brain regions do not track linguistic input as closely as language-selective regions
IA Blank, E Fedorenko
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (41), 9999-10011, 2017
A robust dissociation among the language, multiple demand, and default mode networks: evidence from inter-region correlations in effect size
Z Mineroff, IA Blank, K Mahowald, E Fedorenko
Neuropsychologia 119, 501-511, 2018
The natural stories corpus
R Futrell, E Gibson, H Tily, I Blank, A Vishnevetsky, ST Piantadosi, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1708.05763, 2017
Establishing a database for studying human face photograph memory
W Bainbridge, P Isola, I Blank, A Oliva
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
Functionally distinct language and Theory of Mind networks are synchronized at rest and during language comprehension
AM Paunov, IA Blank, E Fedorenko
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (4), 1244-1265, 2019
The structure of face–space is tolerant to lighting and viewpoint transformations
I Blank, G Yovel
Journal of vision 11 (8), 15-15, 2011
An integrated neural framework for dynamic and static face processing
M Bernstein, Y Erez, I Blank, G Yovel
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
Word meanings and sentence structure recruit the same set of fronto-temporal regions during comprehension
E Fedorenko, Z Mineroff, M Siegelman, I Blank
BioRxiv, 477851, 2018
An attempt to conceptually replicate the dissociation between syntax and semantics during sentence comprehension
M Siegelman, IA Blank, Z Mineroff, E Fedorenko
Neuroscience 413, 219-229, 2019
Semantic projection: recovering human knowledge of multiple, distinct object features from word embeddings
G Grand, IA Blank, F Pereira, E Fedorenko
arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.01241, 2018
The domain-general multiple demand (MD) network does not support core aspects of language comprehension: a large-scale fMRI investigation
E Diachek, I Blank, M Siegelman, J Affourtit, E Fedorenko
Journal of Neuroscience, 2020
Broca’s area is not a natural kind
E Fedorenko, IA Blank
Trends in cognitive sciences, 2020
fMRI reveals language-specific predictive coding during naturalistic sentence comprehension
C Shain, IA Blank, M van Schijndel, W Schuler, E Fedorenko
Neuropsychologia 138, 107307, 2020
Word meanings and sentence structure recruit the same set of fronto-temporal regions during comprehension. bioRxiv, 477851
E Fedorenko, Z Mineroff, M Siegelman, I Blank
Can neuroimaging help aphasia researchers? Addressing generalizability, variability, and interpretability
IA Blank, S Kiran, E Fedorenko
Cognitive neuropsychology 34 (6), 377-393, 2017
Expanding the language network: Domain-specific hippocampal recruitment during high-level linguistic processing
I Blank, MC Duff, S Brown-Schmidt, E Fedorenko
bioRxiv, 091900, 2016
Multiple Demand (MD) system’s activity predicts individual differences in working memory and fluid intelligence
M Assem, I Blank, Z Mineroff, A Ademoglu, E Fedorenko
bioRxiv, 110270, 2017
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