In Press
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, et al.A computational role for top-down modulation from frontal cortex in infancy”. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (In Press). Print.
In Preparation
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, Alice F Wang, and Lauren L Emberson. “The neural mechanisms supporting habituation to audio-visual associations in infants: An fNIRS and looking time study”. (In Preparation). Print.
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, et al.The developmental emergence of memory-based inference in visual perception”. (In Preparation). Print.
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, Vikranth Rao Bejjanki, and Lauren L Emberson. “Sequence learning attenuates cortical responses in both frontal and sensory cortices in early infancy”. (In Preparation). Print.
Jakoby, Hilla, et al.Auditory frequency discrimination is correlated with linguistic skills, but its training does not improve them or other pitch discrimination tasks.”. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2019). Web. Publisher's Version
Lieder, Itay, et al.Perceptual bias reveals slow-updating in autism and fast-forgetting in dyslexia”. Nature neuroscience 22.2 (2019): , 22, 2, 256-264. Web. Publisher's Version
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, Luba Daikhin, and Merav Ahissar. “Dyslexia: A failure in attaining expert-level reading due to poor formation of auditory predictions”. Reading and Dyslexia. Springer, Cham, 2018. 165–181. Web. Publisher's Version
Zhang, Felicia, et al.Prediction in infants and adults: A pupillometry study”. Developmental science (2018): , e12780. Web. Publisher's Version
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, Eva Kimel, and Merav Ahissar. “Shorter cortical adaptation in dyslexia is broadly distributed in the superior temporal lobe and includes the primary auditory cortex”. eLife 7 (2018): , 7, e30018. Web. Publisher's Version
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, et al.A Computational Model of Dyslexics’ Perceptual Difficulties as Impaired Inference of Sound Statistics”. Computational Models of Brain and Behavior (2017): , 3. Web. Publisher's Version
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, Or Frenkel, and Merav Ahissar. “Dyslexics’ faster decay of implicit memory for sounds and words is manifested in their shorter neural adaptation”. eLife 6 (2017): , 6, e20557. Web. Publisher's Version
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, et al.Dyslexics' usage of visual priors is impaired”. Journal of vision 16.9 (2016): , 16, 9, 10–10. Web. Publisher's Version
Jaffe-Dax, Sagi, et al.A computational model of implicit memory captures dyslexics' perceptual deficits”. Journal of Neuroscience 35.35 (2015): , 35, 35, 12116–12126. Web. Publisher's Version
Śmigasiewicz, Kamila, et al.Left visual-field advantage in the dual-stream RSVP task and reading-direction: A study in three nations”. Neuropsychologia 48.10 (2010): , 48, 10, 2852–2860. Web. Publisher's Version