Kewan-Khalayly, B., Yashar, A.(2022). The role of spatial attention in crowding and feature binding. Journal of Vision , 22(13):6. doi:

Kewan-Khalayly, B., Migó, M., Yashar, A. (2022). Transient attention equally reduces visual crowding in radial and tangential axes. Journal of Vision, 22(9):3. doi:

Jimenez, M., Kimchi, R. & Yashar, A. Mixture-modeling approach reveals global and local processes in visual crowding. Sci Rep 12, 6726 (2022).
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Hadad, B. & Yashar, A. 2022. Sensory perception in autism: What can we learn? Annu. Rev. Vis. Sci. 8: Submitted. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-vision-093020-035217.
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Kewan-Khalayly, B. & Yashar. A. (2021).The Role of Transient Attention in Crowding and Feature Binding. (Preprint)

Kewan-Khalayly, B., Migó, M. & Yashar. A. (2021). The Role of Transient Attention in the Radial-tangential Anisotropy of Crowding. (Preprint)

Shechter, A., & Yashar, A. (2021). Mixture model investigation of the inner–outer asymmetry in visual crowding reveals a heavier weight towards the visual periphery. Scientific reports, 11(1), 1-12.‏ [pdf]
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Yashar, A., Wu, X., Chen, J., & Carrasco, M. (2019). Crowding and Binding: Not All Feature Dimensions Behave in the Same Way. Psychological Science, 30(10), 1533-1546. [pdf]
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Yashar, A., & Denison, R. (2017). Feature reliability explains specificity and transfer of perceptual learning in orientation search. PLoS Computational Biology, 13(12), e1005882. [pdf]

Yashar, A., White, A., Fang, M., & Carrasco, M. (2017). Priming of feature singleton facilitates selection but does not modulate attentional shifts. Journal of Vision, 17(9), 1–18.[pdf]

Yashar, A., & Carrasco, M. (2016). Rapid and long-lasting learning of feature binding. Cognition, 154, 130-138.[pdf]

Yashar, A., Chen, J., & Carrasco, M. (2015). Rapid and long-lasting reduction of crowding through training. Journal of Vision, 15(10), 1-15.[pdf]

Amunts, L., Yashar, A., & Lamy, D. (2014). Inter-trial priming does not affect attentional priority in asymmetric visual search. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 957.[pdf]

Yashar, A., Makovski, T., & Lamy, D. (2013). The role of motor response in implicit encoding: Evidence from intertrial priming in pop-out search. Vision Research, 93, 80-87.[pdf]

Yashar, A., & Lamy, D. (2013). Temporal position priming: memory traces of recent experience bias the allocation of attention in time. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39(5), 1443–1456.[pdf]

Lamy, D., Yashar, A., & Ruderman, L. (2013). Orientation search is mediated by distractor suppression: Evidence from priming of pop-out. Vision Research, 81, 29–35.[pdf]

Yashar, A., & Lamy, D. (2011). Refining the dual-stage account of PoP: Does motor response or response feature matter? Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 73(7), 2160-2167.[pdf]

Lamy, D., ZIvony, A., & Yashar, A. (2011). The response-based component of priming of pop-out is contingent on low target-distractor discriminability. Vision Research, 51(19), 2099-2109.[pdf]

Yashar, A., & Lamy, D. (2010). Intertrial repetition affects perception: The role of focused attention. Journal of Vision, 10(14), 3.[pdf]

Yashar, A., & Lamy, D. (2010). Intertrial repetition facilitates selection in time: Common mechanisms underlie spatial and temporal search. Psychological Science, 21(2), 243-251. [pdf]

Lamy, D., Yashar, A. & Ruderman, L. (2010). A dual-stage account of inter-trial priming effects. Vision Research, 14(25), 1396-1401.[pdf]

Lamy, D., & Yashar, A. (2008). Intertrial target-feature changes do not lead to more distraction by singletons: Target uncertainty does. Vision Research, 48(10), 1274-1279.[pdf]