Noam Weinbach
Noam Weinbach
Department of Psychology, University of Haifa
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The relationship between alertness and executive control.
N Weinbach, A Henik
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (6 …, 2012
952012
Temporal orienting and alerting–the same or different?
N Weinbach, A Henik
Frontiers in psychology 3, 236, 2012
612012
Phasic alertness can modulate executive control by enhancing global processing of visual stimuli
N Weinbach, A Henik
Cognition 121 (3), 454-458, 2011
612011
Alerting enhances attentional bias for salient stimuli: Evidence from a global/local processing task
N Weinbach, A Henik
Cognition 133 (2), 414-419, 2014
542014
The interaction between alerting and executive control: Dissociating phasic arousal and temporal expectancy
N Weinbach, A Henik
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (7), 1374-1381, 2013
332013
What underlies the effect of sleep disruption? The role of alertness in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
E Kalanthroff, O Linkovski, N Weinbach, O Pascucci, GE Anholt, ...
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 57, 212-13, 2016
272016
Feasibility study combining art therapy or cognitive remediation therapy with family‐based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa
J Lock, KK Fitzpatrick, WS Agras, N Weinbach, B Jo
European Eating Disorders Review 26 (1), 62-68, 2018
202018
Differences in emotion regulation difficulties across types of eating disorders during adolescence
N Weinbach, H Sher, C Bohon
Journal of abnormal child psychology 46 (6), 1351-1358, 2018
172018
Can arousal modulate response inhibition?
N Weinbach, E Kalanthroff, A Avnit, A Henik
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (6), 1873, 2015
162015
Alerting cues enhance the subitizing process
Y Gliksman, N Weinbach, A Henik
Acta psychologica 170, 139-145, 2016
142016
Endogenous temporal and spatial orienting: Evidence for two distinct attentional mechanisms
N Weinbach, I Shofty, S Gabay, A Henik
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (4), 967-973, 2015
132015
Phasic alertness enhances processing of face and non-face stimuli in congenital prosopagnosia
M Tanzer, N Weinbach, E Mardo, A Henik, G Avidan
Neuropsychologia 89, 299-308, 2016
92016
Weak central coherence in weight‐restored adolescent anorexia nervosa: Characteristics and remediation
N Weinbach, A Perry, H Sher, JD Lock, A Henik
International Journal of Eating Disorders 50 (8), 924-932, 2017
72017
Attention networks in adolescent anorexia nervosa
N Weinbach, H Sher, JD Lock, A Henik
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 27 (3), 343-351, 2018
62018
Performance and brain activity during the Wisconsin card sorting test in adolescents with obsessive–compulsive disorder and adolescents with weight-restored anorexia nervosa
C Bohon, N Weinbach, J Lock
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 29 (2), 217-226, 2020
52020
Set-shifting in adolescents with weight-restored anorexia nervosa and their unaffected family members
N Weinbach, C Bohon, J Lock
Journal of psychiatric research 112, 71-76, 2019
52019
The effect of food-related stimuli on inhibition in high vs. low restrained eaters
N Ganor-Moscovitz, N Weinbach, L Canetti, E Kalanthroff
Appetite 131, 53-58, 2018
52018
Examining intra-individual variability in food-related inhibitory control and negative affect as predictors of binge eating using ecological momentary assessment
KE Smith, TB Mason, LM Schaefer, A Juarascio, R Dvorak, N Weinbach, ...
Journal of Psychiatric Research 120, 137-143, 2020
42020
The momentary interplay of affect, attention bias, and expectancies as predictors of binge eating in the natural environment
KE Smith, TB Mason, A Juarascio, N Weinbach, R Dvorak, RD Crosby, ...
International Journal of Eating Disorders 53 (4), 586-594, 2020
22020
Superior response inhibition to high-calorie foods in adolescents with anorexia nervosa
N Weinbach, J Lock, C Bohon
Behaviour research and therapy 124, 103441, 2020
22020
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