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Google citation count: 2251
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Kristen Duke, Wendy Liu, Evan Weingarten, Rebecca W. Hamilton, On Amir, Gil Appel, Moran Cerf, Joseph K. Goodman, Andrea C. Morales, Ed O’Brien, Jordi Quoidbach, Monic Sun Why don’t consumers choose the experiences they will enjoy most? Insights from the Two-Dimensional Experiential Space (TDES) Model Journal of Consumer Psychology
Leonard L. Sokol, Sarah R. Jordan, Allison J. Applebaum, Joshua M. Hauser, Moran Cerf, Hillary D. Lum Social media perceptions of legacy-making: a qualitative analysis Palliative Medicine Reports
Leonard L. Sokol, Joshua M. Hauser, Hillary D. Lum, Jodi Forlizzi, Moran Cerf, Fan Z. Caprio, Michael J. Young Goal-concordant care in the era of advanced stroke therapies Journal of Palliative Medicine
Sebastiano Massaro, Will Drover, Keith M. Hmieleski, Moran Cerf Using functional neuroimaging to advance entrepreneurial cognitive research Journal of Small Business Management
Leonard L. Sokol, Hillary D. Lum, Claire J. Creutzfeldt, David Cella, Jodi Forlizzi, Moran Cerf, Joshua M. Hauser, Benzi M. Kluger Meaning and dignity therapies for psycho-neurology in neuropalliative care: a vision for the future Journal of Palliative Medicine
Sebastiano Massaro, Will Drover, Moran Cerf Founder gender and investor pitch assessments: an fMRI multivariate pattern analysis investigation Academy of Management
Moran Cerf, Sandra Matz, Aviram Berg Using Blockchain to improve decision making that benefits the public good Frontiers in Blockchain
Leonard L. Sokol, Michael J. Young, Jack Paparian, Benzi M. Kluger, Hillary D. Lum, Jessica Besbris, Neha Kramer, Anthony E. Lang, Alberto J. Espay, Ornella M. Dubaz, Janis Miyasaki, Daniel D. Matlock, Tanya Simuni, Moran Cerf Advance Care Planning in Parkinson’s disease: analysis of ethical challenges and future directions Nature Parkinson's Disease
Jonathan Levy, Devin Markell, Moran Cerf Polar Similars: using massive mobile dating data to predict synchronization and similarity in dating preferences Frontiers in Psychology: Personality and Social Psychology
Scott Shane, Will Drover, David Clingingsmith, Moran Cerf Founder passion, neural engagement and informal investor interest in startup pitches: An fMRI study Journal of Business Venturing. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research
Rubi Hammer, Moran Cerf Risk Assessment Under Perceptual Ambiguity and its Impact on Category Learning and Decision-Making PsyArXiv
Moran Cerf Using neuroscience to assess brands In: Branding in a Hyper-Connected World, Wiley
Sandra Matz, Guy Rolnik, Moran Cerf Solutions to the Threats of Digital Monopolies In: Digital Platforms and Concentration
Jose Herrero, Simon Khuvis, Erin Yeagle, Moran Cerf, Ashesh Mehta Breathing above the brainstem: Volitional control and attentional modulation in humans Journal of Neurophysiology
Samuel Barnett, Andrés Campero, Ronen Zilberman, Chris Rose, Aaron Robinson, Moran Cerf Trust the Polls? Neural and Recall Responses Provide Alternative Predictors of Political Outcomes Advances in Consumer Research
Moran Cerf, Manuel Garcia Garcia Consumer Neuroscience MIT Press
Samuel Barnett, Moran Cerf Few and Far Between: Identifying Measures of Advertising Visuals that Correlate with Neural Engagement and Sales Advances in Consumer Research
Will Drover, Sebastiano Massaro, Moran Cerf, Lowell Busenitz Neuro-Entrepreneurship Academy of Management
Samuel Barnett, Moran Cerf A Ticket for Your Thoughts: Method for Predicting Movie Trailer Recall and Future Ticket Sales Using Neural Similarity Among Moviegoers Journal of Consumer Research
Robert Wolcott, Moran Cerf Foresight Northwestern University Press
Florian Mormann, Simon J. Kornblith, Moran Cerf, Matias J. Ison, Alexander Kraskov, Michelle Tran, Simeon Knieling, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, Christof Koch, Itzhak Fried “Scene-selective coding by single neurons in the human parahippocampal cortex” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ('PNAS')
Samuel Barnett, Moran Cerf Keep it simple, stimuli: brain-vetted elements of movie trailers predict opening weekend ticket sales Advances in Consumer Research
Moran Cerf, Samuel Barnett Epilepsy — eavesdropping on the conversations of rebellious neurons Journal of Neurology and Neurophysiology
Avital Mentovich, Aziz Huq, Moran Cerf The psychology of corporate rights: perception of corporate versus individual rights to religious liberty, privacy, and free speech Journal of Law and Human Behavior
Guy Hoffman, Moran Cerf The Dark Sides of Robot Social Awareness IEEE CIS Newsletter of the Autonomous Mental Development Technical Committee
Moran Cerf, Eric Greenleaf, Tom Meyvis, Vicki G. Morwitz Using single-neuron recording in marketing: Opportunities, challenges, and an application to fear enhancement in communications Journal of Marketing Research
Samuel Barnett, Moran Cerf Connecting on movie night? Neural measures of engagement differ by gender Advances in Consumer Research
Moran Cerf, Samuel Barnett Method for measuring engagement United States Patent
Avital Mentovich, Moran Cerf A psychological perspective on punishing corporate entities Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability
Itzhak Fried, Ueli Rutishauser, Moran Cerf, Gabriel Kreiman Single Neuron Studies of the Human Brain: probing cognition MIT Press
The neuronal representation of information in the human brain Brain
Moran Cerf, Hagar Gelbard-Sagiv, Itzhak Fried Studying thoughts and deliberations using single-neuron recordings in humans, In: Single neuron studies of the human brain, MIT Press
Ueli Rutishauser, Moran Cerf, Gabriel Kreiman Data analysis techniques for human microwire recordings: spike detection and sorting, decoding, relation between units and local field potentials In: Single Neurons Studies of the Human Brain. MIT Press
Gabriel Kreiman, Ueli Rutishauser, Moran Cerf, Itzhak Fried The next ten years and beyond. In: Single neuron studies of the human brain, MIT Press
Moran Cerf, Michael Mackay, Christof Koch Evidence for two distinct mechanisms directing gaze in natural scenes Journal of Vision
Josh Shachar, Thomas Cheb, Leslie Farkas, Winston Wu, Kyle Zimmerman, Moran Cerf, Bruce Marx, David Johnson, Laszlo Farkas Brain retractor apparatus for measuring and predicting electrophysiological parameters United States Patent
Elina Birmingham, Moran Cerf, Ralph Adolphs Comparing social attention in autism and amygdala lesions: effects of stimulus and task condition Social Neuroscience
Florian Mormann, Julian Dubois, Simon Kornblith, Milica Milosavljevic, Moran Cerf, Matias Ison, Naotsugu Tsuchiya, Alexander Kraskov, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, Ralph Adolphs, Itzhak Fried, Christof Koch A category-specific response to animals in the right human amygdala Nature Neuroscience
Matias Ison, Florian Mormann, Moran Cerf, Christof Koch, Itzhak Fried, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga Selectivity of pyramidal cells and interneurons in the human medial temporal lobe Journal of Neurophysiology
Moran Cerf, Michael Mackay Studying Consciousness Using Direct Recording from Single Neurons in the Human Brain In: Characterizing Consciousness: From Cognition to the Clinic, Springer
Moran Cerf, Nikhil Thiruvengadam, Florian Mormann, Alexander Kraskov, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, Christof Koch, Itzhak Fried. On-line, voluntary control of human temporal lobe neurons Nature
Carlos Pedreira, Florian Mormann, Alexander Kraskov, Moran Cerf, Itzhak Fried, Christof Koch, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga Responses of human medial temporal lobe neurons are modulated by stimulus repetition Journal of Neurophysiology
Moran Cerf, Paxon Frady, Christof Koch. Faces and text attract gaze independent of the task: experimental data and computer model Journal of Vision
Moran Cerf. Competition and attention in the human brain. Eye-tracking and single neuron recordings in healthy controls and individuals with neurological and psychiatric disorders Ph.D thesis, California Institute of Technology
Florian Mormann, Simon Kornblith, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, Alexander Kraskov, Moran Cerf, Itzhak Fried, Christof Koch Latency and selectivity of single neurons indicate hierarchical processing in the human medial temporal lobe Journal of Neuroscience
Milica Milosavljevic, Moran Cerf What matters is attention not intention: insights from computational neuroscience of vision International Journal of Advertising
Wolfgang Einhäuser, Frank Schumann, Johannes Vockeroth, Klaus Bartl, Moran Cerf, Jonathan Harel, Erich Schneider, Peter König Distinct roles for eye and head movements in selecting salient image parts during natural exploration Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Moran Cerf, Paxon Frady, Christof Koch Using semantic content as cues for better scanpath prediction Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye-Tracking Research and Applications
Moran Cerf, Dan Cleary, Rob J. Peters, Wolfgang Enhäuser, Christof Koch. Observers are consistent when rating image conspicuity Vision Research
Moran Cerf, Jonathan Harel, Wolfgang Enhäuser, Christof Koch. Predicting human gaze using low-level saliency combined with face detection Neural Information Processing Systems ('NIPS')
Moran Cerf, Avshalom Elitzur. What is is like to be Beethoven? Towards a Science of Consciousness
Moran Cerf, Amichai Shulman. File access and Denial of Service vulnerabilities in Business Object 'Crystal report' Bugtraq
Moran Cerf, Amichai Shulman How safe is it out there? Security Focus
Moran Cerf, Amichai Shulman SuperVeda penetration test. Demonstration of a website hacking Security Focus
Moran Cerf On the mind-body problem - without the mind Master's thesis, Tel-Aviv University
First evidence that attention to bodily sensations affects neural activity
Content with fewer and larger visuals generate higher engagement
A neuroscientific method for measuring engagement in content
Identifying individual neurons in the brain that code for scenes
Predicting sales by measruing how engaging content is.
Should companies be trialed in as if they are a 'person'?
Can seeing be not only a consciouss process, but also one driven by subcortical processing?
How does a woman with no 'fear' nd people with autism' judge a social scene?
Does our brain have a site that codes information about animals?
How does our brain resolve competition between multiple concepts? and can we decode and project someone's thoughts on a screen?
Is our tendency to look at faces a biological subroutine that can be computationally modeled?
People are extremely similar to the ones they choose to date on mobile dating apps
Predicting political outcomes from
How should doctors deal with talking to patients about end of life
Predicting whether (and hom much) will VCs invest in Founders using fMRI shows
How to use Blockchain for
group decision making (i.e. elections)
in wys that help the public good
Below are databases of stimuli for various eye-tracking experiments.
The stimuli includes images of faces in natural scenes, including a set of images with anomalous faces and scenes, and an additional database with a variety of exposures for each image for alternating luminance.
The faces database is a set of 1024x768 pixels images which contain frontal faces in various sizes, locations, skin colors, races, etc. Each frame includes one image with no faces for comparison.alternating luminance.
The database is free for academic purposes. Please acknowldege the use of this databse by citing this paper:
Cerf Moran, Harel Jonathan, Einhäuser Wolfgang, Koch Christof, "Predicting human gaze using low-level saliency combined with face detection", Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), 2007. PDF
For a list of the images used in each phase of the NIPS experiment, click here.
The database is broken into 5 categories:
Normalized exposures (24 images) - a set of images containing faces, with normalized exposures, for better comparison with saliency models that are based on luminosity and contrast measures. (jpg, tif)
Extras (70 images) - a set of additional images used for the datasets as controls (jpg)
Combining face detection with salieny.
Matlab code to analyze the tendency to look at faces first in eye-tracking
Data pertaining to observers viewing of faces in natural scenes. The data provided includes subjects' viewing of images containing faces, showing that faces are attracting the attention. Fixations are provided in Matlab format. Additionally, a Matlab code used for determining the saliency of locations in given images is provided. This code is used to predict the locations of subjects fixations in images
When using this code please cite:
"Predicting human gaze using low-level saliency combined with face detection", Cerf M., Harel J., Einhauser W., Koch C., Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) 21, 2007
Similarity among dating profiles.
Data repository for dating study
When using this code please cite:
"Polar similars: using massive mobile dating data to predict synchronization and similarity in dating preferences", Levy J., Markell D., Cerf M., Frontiers in Psychology 10:2010, 2019
When using this code please cite:
"On-line, voluntary control of human temporal lobe neurons", Cerf M., Thiruvengadam N., Mormann F., Quian-Quiroga R., Koch C., Fried I, Nature 467:7319, 1104-1108, 2010
Comparing similarity across multiple
When using this code please cite:
"Trust the polls? Neural and recall responses provide alternative predictors of political outcomes", Barnett S., Campero A., Zilberman R., Rose C., Robinson A., Cerf M., Advances in Consumer Neuroscience 2018
BLOCKCHAIN FOR DECISION MAKING
Blockchain implementation for decision making that benefits the public good.
When using this code please cite:
"Using Blockchain to improve decision making that benefits the public good", Cerf M., Matz S., Berg A, Frontiers in Blockchain 2020