Alina Liberman
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Serial dependence in the perception of faces
A Liberman, J Fischer, D Whitney
Current biology 24 (21), 2569-2574, 2014
Differential development of the ventral visual cortex extends through adolescence
G Golarai, A Liberman, J Yoon, K Grill-Spector
Frontiers in human neuroscience 3, 1057, 2010
Functionally defined white matter reveals segregated pathways in human ventral temporal cortex associated with category-specific processing
J Gomez, F Pestilli, N Witthoft, G Golarai, A Liberman, S Poltoratski, ...
Neuron 85 (1), 216-227, 2015
Serial dependence in position occurs at the time of perception
M Manassi, A Liberman, A Kosovicheva, K Zhang, D Whitney
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25, 2245-2253, 2018
The perceived stability of scenes: serial dependence in ensemble representations
M Manassi, A Liberman, W Chaney, D Whitney
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1971, 2017
Experience shapes the development of neural substrates of face processing in human ventral temporal cortex
G Golarai, A Liberman, K Grill-Spector
Cerebral Cortex 27 (2), bhv314, 2015
Serial dependence promotes the stability of perceived emotional expression depending on face similarity
A Liberman, M Manassi, D Whitney
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80, 1461-1473, 2018
Serial dependence promotes object stability during occlusion
A Liberman, K Zhang, D Whitney
Journal of vision 16 (15), 16-16, 2016
Where is human V4? Predicting the location of hV4 and VO1 from cortical folding
N Witthoft, ML Nguyen, G Golarai, KF LaRocque, A Liberman, ME Smith, ...
Cerebral cortex 24 (9), 2401-2408, 2014
Reduced spatial integration in the ventral visual cortex underlies face recognition deficits in developmental prosopagnosia
N Witthoft, S Poltoratski, M Nguyen, G Golarai, A Liberman, KF LaRocque, ...
BioRxiv, 051102, 2016
The challenge of measuring long-term positive aftereffects
GW Maus, W Chaney, A Liberman, D Whitney
Current Biology 23 (10), R438-R439, 2013
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