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Margaret S. Livingstone, Ph.D.

TitleProfessor of Neurobiology
InstitutionHarvard Medical School
DepartmentNeurobiology
AddressHarvard Medical School
Dept. of Neurobiology
200 Longwood Ave
Boston MA 02115
Phone617/432-1664
Fax617/432-0210

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  1. Arvanitis CD, Livingstone MS, McDannold N. Combined ultrasound and MR imaging to guide focused ultrasound therapies in the brain. Phys Med Biol. 2013 Jul 21; 58(14):4749-61.
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  2. Arvanitis CD, Livingstone MS, Vykhodtseva N, McDannold N. Controlled ultrasound-induced blood-brain barrier disruption using passive acoustic emissions monitoring. PLoS One. 2012; 7(9):e45783.
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  3. McDannold N, Arvanitis CD, Vykhodtseva N, Livingstone MS. Temporary disruption of the blood-brain barrier by use of ultrasound and microbubbles: safety and efficacy evaluation in rhesus macaques. Cancer Res. 2012 Jul 15; 72(14):3652-63.
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  4. Srihasam K, Mandeville JB, Morocz IA, Sullivan KJ, Livingstone MS. Behavioral and anatomical consequences of early versus late symbol training in macaques. Neuron. 2012 Feb 9; 73(3):608-19.
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  5. Ramachandran VS, Miller L, Livingstone MS, Brang D. Colored halos around faces and emotion-evoked colors: a new form of synesthesia. Neurocase. 2012; 18(4):352-8.
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  6. Livingstone MS, Lafer-Sousa R, Conway BR. Stereopsis and artistic talent: poor stereopsis among art students and established artists. Psychol Sci. 2011 Mar; 22(3):336-8.
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  7. Libedinsky C, Livingstone M. Role of prefrontal cortex in conscious visual perception. J Neurosci. 2011 Jan 5; 31(1):64-9.
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  8. Livingstone MS, Srihasam K, Morocz IA. The benefit of symbols: monkeys show linear, human-like, accuracy when using symbols to represent scalar value. Anim Cogn. 2010 Sep; 13(5):711-9.
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  9. Srihasam K, Sullivan K, Savage T, Livingstone MS. Noninvasive functional MRI in alert monkeys. Neuroimage. 2010 May 15; 51(1):267-73.
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  10. Chen H, Russell R, Nakayama K, Livingstone M. Crossing the 'uncanny valley': adaptation to cartoon faces can influence perception of human faces. Perception. 2010; 39(3):378-86.
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  11. Freiwald WA, Tsao DY, Livingstone MS. A face feature space in the macaque temporal lobe. Nat Neurosci. 2009 Sep; 12(9):1187-96.
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  12. Howe PD, Horowitz TS, Morocz IA, Wolfe J, Livingstone MS. Using fMRI to distinguish components of the multiple object tracking task. J Vis. 2009; 9(4):10.1-11.
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  13. Libedinsky C, Savage T, Livingstone M. Perceptual and physiological evidence for a role for early visual areas in motion-induced blindness. J Vis. 2009; 9(1):14.1-10.
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  14. Haushofer J, Livingstone MS, Kanwisher N. Multivariate patterns in object-selective cortex dissociate perceptual and physical shape similarity. PLoS Biol. 2008 Jul 29; 6(7):e187.
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  15. Haushofer J, Baker CI, Livingstone MS, Kanwisher N. Privileged coding of convex shapes in human object-selective cortex. J Neurophysiol. 2008 Aug; 100(2):753-62.
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  16. Tsao DY, Livingstone MS. Mechanisms of face perception. Annu Rev Neurosci. 2008; 31:411-37.
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  17. Howe PD, Sagreiya H, Curtis DL, Zheng C, Livingstone MS. The double-anchoring theory of lightness perception: a comment on Bressan (2006). Psychol Rev. 2007 Oct; 114(4):1105-9; discussion 1111-4.
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  18. Howe PD, Sagreiya H, Curtis DL, Zheng C, Livingstone MS. Postscript: a reply to Bressan (2007). Psychol Rev. 2007 Oct; 114(4):1109-10.
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  19. Conway BR, Livingstone MS. Perspectives on science and art. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 2007 Aug; 17(4):476-82.
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  20. Howe PD, Livingstone MS. The use of the cancellation technique to quantify the Hermann grid illusion. PLoS One. 2007; 2(2):e265.
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  21. Howe PD, Thompson PG, Anstis SM, Sagreiya H, Livingstone MS. Explaining the footsteps, belly dancer, Wenceslas, and kickback illusions. J Vis. 2006; 6(12):1396-405.
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  22. Livingstone MS, Conway BR. Contrast affects speed tuning, space-time slant, and receptive-field organization of simple cells in macaque V1. J Neurophysiol. 2007 Jan; 97(1):849-57.
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  23. Conway BR, Livingstone MS. Spatial and temporal properties of cone signals in alert macaque primary visual cortex. J Neurosci. 2006 Oct 18; 26(42):10826-46.
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  24. Duffy KR, Murphy KM, Frosch MP, Livingstone MS. Cytochrome oxidase and neurofilament reactivity in monocularly deprived human primary visual cortex. Cereb Cortex. 2007 Jun; 17(6):1283-91.
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  25. Yazdanbakhsh A, Livingstone MS. End stopping in V1 is sensitive to contrast. Nat Neurosci. 2006 May; 9(5):697-702.
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  26. Tsao DY, Freiwald WA, Tootell RB, Livingstone MS. A cortical region consisting entirely of face-selective cells. Science. 2006 Feb 3; 311(5761):670-4.
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  27. Pack CC, Conway BR, Born RT, Livingstone MS. Spatiotemporal structure of nonlinear subunits in macaque visual cortex. J Neurosci. 2006 Jan 18; 26(3):893-907.
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  28. Howe PD, Livingstone MS. V1 partially solves the stereo aperture problem. Cereb Cortex. 2006 Sep; 16(9):1332-7.
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  29. Dougherty JD, Garcia AD, Nakano I, Livingstone M, Norris B, Polakiewicz R, Wexler EM, Sofroniew MV, Kornblum HI, Geschwind DH. PBK/TOPK, a proliferating neural progenitor-specific mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase. J Neurosci. 2005 Nov 16; 25(46):10773-85.
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  30. Conway BR, Livingstone MS. A different point of hue. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005 Aug 2; 102(31):10761-2.
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  31. Conway BR, Kitaoka A, Yazdanbakhsh A, Pack CC, Livingstone MS. Neural basis for a powerful static motion illusion. J Neurosci. 2005 Jun 8; 25(23):5651-6.
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  32. Livingstone MS. Directional inhibition: a new slant on an old question. Neuron. 2005 Jan 6; 45(1):5-7.
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  33. Duffy KR, Livingstone MS. Loss of neurofilament labeling in the primary visual cortex of monocularly deprived monkeys. Cereb Cortex. 2005 Aug; 15(8):1146-54.
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  34. Livingstone MS, Conway BR. Was Rembrandt stereoblind? N Engl J Med. 2004 Sep 16; 351(12):1264-5.
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  35. Pack CC, Livingstone MS, Duffy KR, Born RT. End-stopping and the aperture problem: two-dimensional motion signals in macaque V1. Neuron. 2003 Aug 14; 39(4):671-80.
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  36. Tsao DY, Vanduffel W, Sasaki Y, Fize D, Knutsen TA, Mandeville JB, Wald LL, Dale AM, Rosen BR, Van Essen DC, Livingstone MS, Orban GA, Tootell RB. Stereopsis activates V3A and caudal intraparietal areas in macaques and humans. Neuron. 2003 Jul 31; 39(3):555-68.
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  37. Duffy KR, Livingstone MS. Distribution of non-phosphorylated neurofilament in squirrel monkey V1 is complementary to the pattern of cytochrome-oxidase blobs. Cereb Cortex. 2003 Jul; 13(7):722-7.
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  38. Conway BR, Livingstone MS. Space-time maps and two-bar interactions of different classes of direction-selective cells in macaque V-1. J Neurophysiol. 2003 May; 89(5):2726-42.
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  39. Livingstone MS, Conway BR. Substructure of direction-selective receptive fields in macaque V1. J Neurophysiol. 2003 May; 89(5):2743-59.
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  40. Tsao DY, Conway BR, Livingstone MS. Receptive fields of disparity-tuned simple cells in macaque V1. Neuron. 2003 Apr 10; 38(1):103-14.
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  41. Pack CC, Born RT, Livingstone MS. Two-dimensional substructure of stereo and motion interactions in macaque visual cortex. Neuron. 2003 Feb 6; 37(3):525-35.
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  42. Conway BR, Hubel DH, Livingstone MS. Color contrast in macaque V1. Cereb Cortex. 2002 Sep; 12(9):915-25.
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  43. Margaret S Livingstone. Vision and Art: the Biology of Seeing. 2002.
  44. Livingstone MS, Pack CC, Born RT. Two-dimensional substructure of MT receptive fields. Neuron. 2001 Jun; 30(3):781-93.
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  45. Livingstone MS. Is it warm? Is it real? Or just low spatial frequency? Science. 2000 Nov 17; 290(5495):1299.
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  46. Livingstone MS, Tsao DY. Receptive fields of disparity-selective neurons in macaque striate cortex. Nat Neurosci. 1999 Sep; 2(9):825-32.
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  47. Macknik SL, Livingstone MS. Neuronal correlates of visibility and invisibility in the primate visual system. Nat Neurosci. 1998 Jun; 1(2):144-9.
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  48. Livingstone MS. Mechanisms of direction selectivity in macaque V1. Neuron. 1998 Mar; 20(3):509-26.
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  49. Livingstone MS. Oscillatory firing and interneuronal correlations in squirrel monkey striate cortex. J Neurophysiol. 1996 Jun; 75(6):2467-85.
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  50. Livingstone MS. Differences between stereopsis, interocular correlation and binocularity. Vision Res. 1996 Apr; 36(8):1127-40.
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  51. Livingstone MS. Ocular dominance columns in New World monkeys. J Neurosci. 1996 Mar 15; 16(6):2086-96.
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  52. Livingstone MS, Freeman DC, Hubel DH. Visual responses in V1 of freely viewing monkeys. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1996; 61:27-37.
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  53. Livingstone MS, Nori S, Freeman DC, Hubel DH. Stereopsis and binocularity in the squirrel monkey. Vision Res. 1995 Feb; 35(3):345-54.
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  54. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Stereopsis and positional acuity under dark adaptation. Vision Res. 1994 Mar; 34(6):799-802.
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  55. Galaburda A, Livingstone M. Evidence for a magnocellular defect in developmental dyslexia. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1993 Jun 14; 682:70-82.
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  56. Livingstone MS, Rosen GD, Drislane FW, Galaburda AM. Physiological and anatomical evidence for a magnocellular defect in developmental dyslexia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991 Sep 15; 88(18):7943-7.
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  57. Hubel DH, Livingstone MS. A comment on "Perceptual correlates of magnocellular and parvocellular channels: seeing form depth in afterimages". Vision Res. 1991; 31(9):1655-8.
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  58. Hubel DH, Livingstone MS. Color and contrast sensitivity in the lateral geniculate body and primary visual cortex of the macaque monkey. J Neurosci. 1990 Jul; 10(7):2223-37.
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  59. Livingstone M. Segregation of form, color, movement, and depth processing in the visual system: anatomy, physiology, art, and illusion. Res Publ Assoc Res Nerv Ment Dis. 1990; 67:119-38.
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  60. Hubel D, Livingstone M. Color puzzles. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1990; 55:643-9.
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  61. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Do the relative mapping densities of the magno- and parvocellular systems vary with eccentricity? J Neurosci. 1988 Nov; 8(11):4334-9.
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  62. Livingstone M, Hubel D. Segregation of form, color, movement, and depth: anatomy, physiology, and perception. Science. 1988 May 6; 240(4853):740-9.
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  63. Livingstone MS. Art, illusion and the visual system. Sci Am. 1988 Jan; 258(1):78-85.
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  64. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Psychophysical evidence for separate channels for the perception of form, color, movement, and depth. J Neurosci. 1987 Nov; 7(11):3416-68.
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  65. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Connections between layer 4B of area 17 and the thick cytochrome oxidase stripes of area 18 in the squirrel monkey. J Neurosci. 1987 Nov; 7(11):3371-7.
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  66. Hubel DH, Livingstone MS. Segregation of form, color, and stereopsis in primate area 18. J Neurosci. 1987 Nov; 7(11):3378-415.
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  67. Hubel DH, Livingstone MS. Complex-unoriented cells in a subregion of primate area 18. Nature. 1985 May 23-29; 315(6017):325-7.
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  68. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Spatial relationship and extrafoveal vision. Nature. 1985 May 23-29; 315(6017):285.
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  69. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Specificity of intrinsic connections in primate primary visual cortex. J Neurosci. 1984 Nov; 4(11):2830-5.
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  70. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Anatomy and physiology of a color system in the primate visual cortex. J Neurosci. 1984 Jan; 4(1):309-56.
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  71. Hubel DH, Livingstone MS. The 11th J.A.F. Stevenson memorial lecture. Blobs and color vision. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 1983 Dec; 61(12):1433-41.
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  72. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Specificity of cortico-cortical connections in monkey visual system. Nature. 1983 Aug 11-17; 304(5926):531-4.
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  73. Land EH, Hubel DH, Livingstone MS, Perry SH, Burns MM. Colour-generating interactions across the corpus callosum. Nature. 1983 Jun 16-22; 303(5918):616-8.
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  74. Livingstone MS, Tempel BL. Genetic dissection of monoamine neurotransmitter synthesis in Drosophila. Nature. 1983 May 5-11; 303(5912):67-70.
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  75. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Thalamic inputs to cytochrome oxidase-rich regions in monkey visual cortex. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1982 Oct; 79(19):6098-101.
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  76. Livingstone MS, Hubel DH. Effects of sleep and arousal on the processing of visual information in the cat. Nature. 1981 Jun 18; 291(5816):554-61.
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  77. Livingstone MS, Schaeffer SF, Kravitz EA. Biochemistry and ultrastructure of serotonergic nerve endings in the lobster: serotonin and octopamine are contained in different nerve endings. J Neurobiol. 1981 Jan; 12(1):27-54.
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  78. Kravitz EA, Glusman S, Harris-Warrick RM, Livingstone MS, Schwarz T, Goy MF. Amines and a peptide as neurohormones in lobsters: actions on neuromuscular preparations and preliminary behavioural studies. J Exp Biol. 1980 Dec; 89:159-75.
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  79. Livingstone MS, Harris-Warrick RM, Kravitz EA. Serotonin and octopamine produce opposite postures in lobsters. Science. 1980 Apr 4; 208(4439):76-9.
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