Likova LT (2012) Plastic reorganization to form dissociated networks for perceptual encoding and memory recall in congenital blindness. European Conference on Visual Perception. Algero, Italy; Perception 41 Suppl, p. 66.
Likova LT (2012) Cross-modal brain plasticity under visual deprivation. Bay Area Vision Research Day. UC Berkeley, CA.
Likova L., Nicholas S. (2012) Learning and memory consolidation effects of a drawing paradigm in the congenitally blind. Vision Science Society, Naples, FL.
Mei M, Likova L. (2012) Opposite Training effect in the ventral pathway for tactile face perception in congenital and late-onset blindness. Vision Science Society, Naples, FL.
Likova LT (2012) The spatiotopic 'visual' cortex of the blind. In Multisensory Integration and Brain Plasticity. HVEI, Burlingame, CA.
Likova LT (2011) Dynamics of cross-modal memory plasticity in a congenitally blind adult. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Likova LT (2011) Dynamics of cross-modal memory plasticity in the human brain. Perception 40: p.14, European Conference on Visual Perception, Toulouse, France.
Likova LT, Mei M, Nicholas SN (2011) Does primary visual cortex operate in the universal language of modality-independent space? Insights from fMRI in the congenitally and late blind. Vision Science Society Annual Meeting, Naples, FL.
Likova LT (2010) The primary visual cortex as a modality-independent screen for working memory. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
Likova LT, Nicholas SN (2010) Early visual cortex as an amodal-memory screen: Evidence from fMRI in the blindfolded and the congenitally blind. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA & at the BAVRD, UC Berkeley.
Gamlin P, Ward M, Likova LT, Bolding, M, Tyler CW (2009) Cortical regions for the processing of stereoscopic motion in depth as revealed by fMRI in the alert rhesus monkey. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
Likova LT (2009) Learning to draw in the sighted and the blind: Cortical networks and reorganization. NSF/SLC Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.
Likova LT, Tyler CW (2009) Visuomotor processing: Neural correlates of sensorimotor transformations. Society for Neuroscience, Chicago Il.
Tyler CW, Likova LT (2009) Slant stereomotion from modulation of interocular spatial frequency difference. Vision Science Society Annual Meeting, Naples Fl.
Tyler CW, Likova LT (2009) Decoding neural response dynamics through Bayesian optimization to BOLD signals in the human brain. Human Brain Mapping,San Francisco, Ca.
Tyler CW, Likova LT(2008) Decoding the neural response populations underlying fMRI signals in the human brain. Computational and Systems Neuroscience (CoSyNe), Salt Lake City.
Tyler CW, Likova LT (2008) Nonlinear dynamic forward modeling of the metabolic coupling between neurons and BOLD. In: "What can functional imaging tell us about population coding in sensory systems?: Bridging computation, single neurons and imaging", Workshop at CoSyNe, Salt Lake City.
Likova LT, Tyler, CW (2008) The human cortical network for coherent stereomotion processing. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL. Journal of Vision, 8: 539a, http://journalofvision.org/8/6/539/.
Likova LT (2008) Art and neuroscience through the lens of perceptual organization. NSF Workshop on Art, Creativity and Learning, Washington, DC, June 2008.
Likova LT, Tyler, CW (2008) Cortical network for coherent stereomotion. Human Brain Mapping, Melbourne, Australia.
Likova L T, Tyler C W (2007). Instantaneous stimulus paradigm: Perceptual organization networks and dynamics, Perception (ECVP Supplement), 36: 136d.
Likova, LT, Tyler CW (2007). Cortical network dynamics of figure/ground categorization. Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, Florida; Journal of Vision, 7(9):312a.
Tyler CW, Likova LT (2007), Nonlinear dynamic forward modeling of the neural response underlying BOLD activation. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego CA: Society for Neuroscience.
Likova LT, Tyler CW (2007) Cortical network and dynamics of figure-ground organization. In Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XX, San Jose, CA.
2006Likova LT, Tyler CW (2006) Understanding the neural dynamics of perceptual categorization network involved in figure/ground. Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta, GA.
Likova LT, Tyler CW (2005). Structure-from-Transients: hMT/MST mediates figure/ground segmentation. Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL.
Likova LT, Tyler CW (2005) Figure-Ground Organization: Top-down suppression of the background in early retinotopic areas. Lucas Center Annual Report, Stanford, 151.
Likova LT, Tyler CW (2005) Structure-from-Transients: hMT/MST mediates figure/ground segmentation. Joural of Vision 5(8): 1059.
Likova LT, Tyler CW (2005) Temporal and disparity coding for stereomotion in human occipital cortex: An fMRI Study. Program No. 510.11. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
Likova LT, Tyler CW. (2004) Transient asynchrony/synchrony as organizational factor in dynamic visual scenes: an fMRI study. Society for Neuroscience, 34, 526.18.
Tyler CW, Likova LT, Norcia AM, Wade AR. (2004) A functional map of object processing in occipital cortex. Society for Neuroscience, 34.
Likova LT, Tyler CW, Wade AR (2003) Stereomotion processing in human superior occipital cortex. Perception 32(Supp): 74.
Tyler CW, Likova LT, Wade AR, Kontsevich LL (2003) Cortical area KO responds best to stereoscopic structure. Society for Neuroscience, 33, 328.
Likova LT (2000) Stereomorphing: Shape transformation of an illusory form moving in depth. Perception 29(supp): 59.
Likova LT (1999) A model of speed change identification in successive motion episodes. Perception 28(supp): 82
Minev K, Likova LT (1999) Autostereograms as a research tool in stereoscopic vision: Cue interactions in perception of motion in depth. Perception 28(supp): 135b.
Likova LT (1998) Mechanism for identification the sign of the speed change between successively presented motions. Perception 27(supp): 193.
Likova LT, Dimitrov G, Mateeff S, Hohnsbein J (1997) Discrimination and detection of changes in the velocity of visual motion: Effect of aperture size. Perception 26(supp): 80.
Likova LT, Dimitrov G, Mateeff S, Hohnsbein J (1996) Detection of changes and discrimination of visual motion. Perception 25(supp): 123.