“Using fMRI to assess conscious awareness in patients with disorders of consciousness – practical considerations.” Society for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. 12-15 July 2013, San Diego, USA.
“Using language for the detection of consciousness in non-responsive patients.” DECODER Consortium Meeting, 2012; Rome, Italy.
“Deployment of brain-computer interfaces for the detection of consciousness in non-responsive patients.” DECODER Annual Meeting, 2011; Brussels, Belgium.
“Neural gestures to communicate with vegetative state patients.” University of South Carolina, 2010; South Carolina, USA.
“Are senses enough for sense?” Speaker at the Symposium, titled “Making sense of the world: How the brain integrates local and distributed processing in visual cognition”. at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, April 2008.
“Recurrent bottom-up and top-down interactions during multisensory object processing” Selected speaker in “Graduate Student Present” session at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2007; New York City, USA.
“Multisensory integration.” Experimental Psychology Society Annual Meeting, 2007; Edinburgh, UK.
Naci, L., Cusack, R., Sinai, L., Owen A. M. Hitchcock probes disorders of consciousness. Human Brain Mapping 2013; Seattle, USA.
Graham, M., White, A., Peterson, A., Naci, L., Cruse, L., Fernández-Espejo, D., Weijer, C., Owen. A. M. Investigators’ ethical obligations to patients’ families in disorders of consciousness research. Brain MattersBrain Matters 3: Values at the Crossroads of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 2012; Cleveland, USA.
Peterson, A., Naci, L., Cruse, D., FernándezEspejo, D., Graham, M., White, A., Weijer, C., Owen, A. M. Ethical implications of detecting awareness in disorders of consciousness: Question asking through a binary interface. Brain Matters 3: Values at the Crossroads of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 2012; Cleveland, USA.
Naci, L. Cusack, R., Zia, V. Z., Owen, A. M. Making every word count: intuitive and robust communication without a behavioural response. Human Brain Mapping, 2012; Beijing, China.
Naci, L., Linke, A., Vicente-Grabovetsky, S., Gaudrain, E., Owen, A. M., Cusack, R. Using multi-voxel pattern analysis to decode the targets of auditory selective attention and imagery. ICON, 2011; Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Naci, L., Cusack, R, Henson, R., Tyler, L. K. Adaptive coding of object representation in anterior temporal, but not occipito-temporal regions. Human Brain Mapping, 2010; Barcelona, Spain.
Veldsman, M., Cusack, R., Naci, L., Mitchell, D. J. Characterising neural tuning to naturalistic objects with Dynamically Adaptive Imaging. Human Brain Mapping, 2010; Barcelona, Spain.
Cusack, R., Veldsman, M., Naci, L., Mitchell, D., J, Linke, A. Rapidly characterising multidimensional neural tuning to sensory and semantic features of real-world objects using Dynamically Adaptive Imaging. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2010; Montreal, Canada.
Naci, L., Henson, R., Taylor, K., Tyler, L. K. The development of meaning with incremental object awareness: an efMRI study of stages of visual object processing. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2008; San Francisco, USA.
Naci, L., Pulvermuller, F., Taylor, K., Shtyrov, Y., Hauk, O., & Tyler, L. K. (2006). Spatiotemporal patterns of cross-modal integration. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, Suppl. E22.
Naci, L. (2003). Propositional Attitude Reports and Mental Representations. Cambridge Postgraduate Conference in Language Research Proceedings, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.