Gergely Csibra

Professor of Psychology (part time)

Mail: Birkbeck, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX
Email: g.csibra at bbk dot ac dot uk
Primary affiliationCentral European University, Budapest

Research interests

  • Infant social cognition
    • Understanding goal-directed actions
    • Comprehension of referential communication
    • Gaze perception and gaze following
    • Mental state attribution
    • Social learning
  • Object cognition
    • Representation of occluded objects
    • Illusory object perception
    • Understanding artefacts
    • Language and categorization
  • Neuroimaging
    • High-density event-related potentials (ERPs)
    • Oscillatory brain activation
    • Optical imaging (near-infrared spectroscopy)
    • Eye-tracking
  • Others
    • Frontal cortex development
    • Audio-visual speech perception
    • Action mirroring


Mahr J, Csibra G. Why do we remember? The communicative function of episodic memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. In Press.

Pomiechowska B, Csibra G. Motor activation during action perception depends on action interpretation. Neuropsycholgia. In Press.

Csibra G, Hernik M, Mascaro O, Tatone D, Lengyel M. Statistical treatment of looking-time data. Developmental Psychology. 2016;52(4):521-36.

Marno H, Davelaar EJ, Csibra G. An object memory bias induced by communicative reference. Acta Psychologica. 2016;163:88-96.

Kovács ÁM, Téglás E, Gergely G, Csibra G. Seeing behind the surface: Communicative demonstration boosts category disambiguation in 12-month-olds. Developmental Science. 2016.

de Klerk CC, Southgate V, Csibra G. Predictive action tracking without motor experience in 8-month-old infants. Brain and Cognition. 2016;109:131-9.

Csibra G, Shamsudheen R. Nonverbal generics: Human infants interpret objects as symbols of object kinds. Annual Review of Psychology. 2015;68:689-710.

Tatone D, Csibra G. Learning in and about opaque worlds. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2015;38:49-50.

Hernik M, Csibra G. Infants learn enduring functions of novel tools from action demonstrations. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 2015;130:176-92.

Tatone D, Geraci A, Csibra G. Giving and taking: Representational building blocks of active resource-transfer events in human infants. Cognition. 2015;137:47-62.

Marno H, Csibra G. Toddlers favor communicatively presented information over statistical reliability in learning about artifacts. PLOS One. 2015;10(3):e0122129.

Lloyd-Fox S, Széplaki-Köllőd B, Yin J, Csibra G. Are you talking to me? Neural activations in 6-month-old infants in response to being addressed during natural interactions. Cortex. 2015;70(9):35-45.

Yin J, Csibra G. Concept-based word learning in human infants. Psychological Science. 2015;26(8):1316-25.

Salvadori EA, Blazsekova T, Volein Á, Karap Z, Tatone D, Mascaro O, et al. Probing the strength of infants' preference for helpers over hinderers: Two replication attempts of Hamlin and Wynn (2011). PLoS One. 2015;10(11):e0140570.

Kampis D, Parise E, Csibra G, Kovács ÁM. Neural signatures for sustaining object representations attributed to others in preverbal human infants. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B. 2015;282:1683.

Csibra G, Hernik M, Shamsudheen R, Tatone D, Senju A. Comments on a paper entitled 'Is ostension any more than attention' by Szufnarowska et al. in Scientific Reports.; 2014.

Mascaro O, Csibra G. Human infants' learning of social structures: The case of dominance hierarchy. Psychological Science. 2014;25(1):250-5.

Marno H, Davelaar EJ, Csibra G. Nonverbal communicative signals modulate attention to object properties. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.. 2014;40:752-62.

Hernik M, Fearon RM, Csibra G. Action anticipation in human infants reveals assumptions about anteroposterior body-structure and action. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B. 2014;281(1781):20133205.

Kovács ÁM, Tauzin T, Téglás E, Gergely G, Csibra G. Pointing as epistemic request: 12-month-olds point to receive new information. Infancy. 2014;19(6):543-57.

Kovács ÁM, Kuehn S, Gergely G, Csibra G, Brass M. Are all beliefs equal? Implicit belief attributions recruiting core brain regions of Theory of Mind. Plos One. 2014;9(9):e106558.

Gergely G, Csibra G. Natural pedagogy. In: Banaji MR, Gelman SA, editors. Navigating the Social World: What Infants, Chidren, and Other Species Can Teach Us. Oxford University Press; 2013. p. 127-32.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Teleological understanding of actions. In: Banaji MR, Gelman SA, editors. Navigating the Social World: What Infants, Chidren, and Other Species Can Teach Us. Oxford University Press; 2013. p. 38-43.

Király I, Csibra G, Gergely G. Beyond rational imitation: Learning arbitrary means actions from communicative demonstrations. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 2013;116(2):471-86.

Parise E, Csibra G. Neural responses to multimodal ostensive signals in 5-month-old infants. PLOS One. 2013;8(8):e72360.

Parise E, Csibra G. Electrophysiological evidence for the understanding of maternal speech by 9-month-old infants. Psychological Science. 2012;23(7):728-33.

Mascaro O, Csibra G. Representation of stable social dominance relations by human infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2012;109(18):6862-7.

Gervain J, Mehler J, Werker JF, Nelson CA, Csibra G, Lloyd-Fox S, et al. Near-infrared spectroscopy: A report from the McDonnell Infant Methodology Consortium. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 2011;1(1):22-46.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Natural pedagogy as evolutionary adaptation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 2011;366:1149-57.

Senju A, Southgate V, Shape C, Leonard M, Csibra G. Do 18-month-olds really attribute mental states to others? A critical test. Psychological Science. 2011;22(7):878-80.

Deligianni F, Senju A, Gergely G, Csibra G. Automated gaze-contingent objects elicit orientation following in 8-month-old infants. Developmental Psychology. 2011;47(6):1499-503.

Southgate V, Johnson MH, El Karoui I, Csibra G. Motor system activation reveals infants’ on-line prediction of others’ goals. Psychological Science. 2010;21(3):355-9.

Holmboe K, Nemoda Z, Fearon RM, Csibra G, Sasvári-Székely M, Johnson MH. Polymorphisms in dopamine system genes are associated with individual differences in attention in infancy. Developmental Psychology. 2010;46(2):404-16.

Csibra G. Recognizing communicative intentions in infancy. Mind & Language. 2010;25(2):141-68.

Senju A, Southgate V, Miura T, Matsui T, Hasegawa T, Osanai H, et al. Absence of spontaneous action anticipation by false belief attribution in children with autism spectrum disorder. Development and Psychopathology. 2010;22(2):353-60.

Gliga T, Volein A, Csibra G. Verbal labels modulate perceptual object processing in one-year-old children. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2010;22(12):2781-9.

Futó J, Teglas E, Csibra G, Gergely G. Communicative function demonstration induces kind-based artifact representation in preverbal infants. Cognition. 2010;117(1):1-8.

Southgate V, Chevallier C, Csibra G. Seventeen-month-olds appeal to false beliefs to interpret others' referential communication. Developmental Science. 2010;13(6):907-12.

Southgate V, Gergely G, Csibra G. Does the mirror neuron system and its impairment explain human imitation and autism? In: Pineda JA, editor. Mirror Neuron Systems:The Role of Mirroring Processes in Social Cognition. Berlin: Springer; 2009. p. 331-54.

Hernik M, Csibra G. Functional understanding facilitates learning about tools in human children. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 2009;19(1):34-8.

Elsabbagh M, Volein A, Csibra G, Holmboe K, Garwood H, Tucker L, et al. Neural correlates of eye gaze processing in the infant broader autism phenotype. Biological Psychiatry. 2009;65(1):31-8.

Elsabbagh M, Volein A, Holmboe K, Tucker L, Csibra G, Baron-Cohen S, et al. Visual orienting in the early broader autism phenotype: disengagement and facilitation. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 2009;50(5):637-42.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Natural pedagogy. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2009;13(4):148-53.

Gliga T, Csibra G. One-year-old infants appreciate the referential nature of deictic gestures and words. Psychological Science. 2009;20(3):347-53.

Tomalski P, Csibra G, Johnson MH. Rapid orienting toward face-like stimuli with gaze-relevant contrast information. Perception. 2009;38(4):569-78.

Topal J, Erdőhegyi A, Gergely G, Csibra G, Miklósi Á. Differential sensitivity to human communication in dogs, wolves and human infants. Science. 2009;325:1269-72.

Tomalski P, Johnson MH, Csibra G. Temporal-nasal asymmetry of rapid orienting to face-like stimuli. NeuroReport. 2009;20:1309-12.

Southgate V, Chevallier C, Csibra G. Sensitivity to communicative relevance tells young children what to imitate. Developmental Science. 2009;12:1013-9.

Southgate V, Csibra G. Inferring the outcome of an ongoing novel action at 13 months. Developmental Psychology. 2009;45:1794-8.

Southgate V, Johnson MH, Osborne T, Csibra G. Predictive motor activation during action observation in human infants. Biology Letters. 2009;5:769-72.

Csibra G, Kushnerenko E, Grossmann T. Electrophysiological methods in studying infant cognitive development. In: Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press; 2008. p. 247-62.

Johnson MH, Mareschal D, Csibra G. The development and integration of dorsal and ventral visual pathways in object processing. In: Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press; 2008. p. 467-78.

Csibra G. Goal attribution to inanimate agents by 6.5-month-old infants. Cognition. 2008;107(2):705-17.

Csibra G, Volein A. Infants can infer the presence of hidden objects from referential gaze information. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 2008;26:1-11.

Holmboe K, Fearon RM, Csibra G, Tucker LA, Johnson MH. Freeze-Frame: A new infant inhibition task and its relation to frontal cortex tasks during infancy and early childhood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 2008;100(2):89-114.

Kushnerenko E, Teinonen T, Volein A, Csibra G. Electrophysiological evidence of illusory audiovisual speech percept in human infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2008;105(32):11442-5.

Grossmann T, Johnson MH, Lloyd-Fox S, Blasi A, Deligianni F, Elwell C, et al. Early cortical specialization for face-to-face communication in human infants. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 2008;275(1653):2803-11.

Senju A, Csibra G. Gaze following in human infants depends on communicative signals. Current Biology. 2008;18(9):668-71.

Senju A, Csibra G, Johnson MH. Understanding the referential nature of looking: Infants' preference for object-directed gaze. Cognition. 2008;108(2):303-19.

Yoon JM, Johnson MH, Csibra G. Communication-induced memory biases in preverbal infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2008;105(36):13690-5.

Southgate V, Csibra G, Kaufman J, Johnson MH. Distinct processing of objects and faces in the infant brain. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2008;20(4):741-9.

Southgate V, Johnson MH, Csibra G. Infants attribute goals even to biomechanically impossible actions. Cognition. 2008;107(3):1059-69.

Teinonen T, Aslin RN, Alku P, Csibra G. Visual speech contributes to phonetic learning in 6-month-old infants. Cognition. 2008;108(3):850-5.

Topal J, Gergely G, Miklosi A, Erdőhegyi A, Csibra G. Infants' perseverative errors are induced by pragmatic misinterpretation. Science. 2008;321:1831-4.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Ember és kultúra. A kulturális tudás eredete és átadásának mechanizmusai. Vol 11. Budapest, Hungary: Akadémiai Kiadó; 2007. (Pszichológiai Szemle Könyvtár; vol 11).

Csibra G. Action mirroring and action interpretation: An alternative account. In: Haggard P, Rosetti Y, Kawato M, editors. Attention and Perfomnace XXII: Sensorimotor Foundations of Higher Cognition. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2007. p. 435-59.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Társas tanulás és társas megismerés. A pedagógia szerepe. In: Ember és kultúra : a kulturális tudás eredete és átadásának mechanizmusai. Vol 11. Budapest, Hungary, H: Akadémiai Kiadó; 2007. p. 5-30. (Pszichológiai Szemle Könyvtár; vol 11).

Csibra G, Johnson MH. Investigating event-related oscillations in infancy. In: De Haan M, editor. Infant EEG and Event-Related Potentials. Hove, England: Psychology Press; 2007. p. 289-304.

Csibra G. Teachers in the wild. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2007;11(3):95-6.

Csibra G, Gergely G. 'Obsessed with goals': Functions and mechanisms of teleological interpretation of actions in humans. Acta Psychologica. 2007;124(1):60-78.

Kotsoni E, Csibra G, Mareschal D, Johnson MH. Electrophysiological correlates of common-onset visual masking. Neuropsychologia. 2007;45(10):2285-93.

Gliga T, Csibra G. Seeing the face through the eyes: A developmental perspective on face expertise. Progress in Brain Research. 2007;164:323-39.

Grossman T, Johnson MH, Farroni T, Csibra G. Social perception in the infant brain: gamma oscillatory activity in response to eye gaze. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 2007;2(4):284-91.

Reid VM, Csibra G, Belsky J, Johnson MH. Neural correlates of the perception of goal-directed action in infants. Acta Psychologica. 2007;124(1):129-38.

Southgate V, Senju A, Csibra G. Action anticipation through attribution of false belief by 2-year-olds. Psychological Science. 2007;18(7):587-92.

Southgate V, van Maanen C, Csibra G. Infant pointing: Communication to cooperate or communication to learn? Child Development. 2007;78(3):735-40.

Biro S, Csibra G, Gergely G. The role of behavioral cues in understanding goal-directed actions in infancy. Progress in Brain Research. 2007;164:303-22.

Blasi A, Fox S, Everdell N, Volein A, Tucker L, Csibra G, et al. Investigation of depth dependent changes in cerebral haemodynamics during face perception in infants. Physics in Medicine and Biology. 2007;52(23):6849-64.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Social learning and social cognition: The case for pedagogy. In: Munakata Y, Johnson MH, editors. Processes of Change in Brain and Cognitive Development. Attention and Performance XXI. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2006. p. 249-74.

Gergely G, Csibra G. Sylvia's recipe: The role of imitation and pedagogy in the transmission of human culture. In: Enfield NJ, Levinson SC, editors. Roots of Human Sociality: Culture, Cognition, and Human Interaction. Oxford: Berg Publisher; 2006. p. 229-55.

Csibra G. Blind infants in random environments: further predictions. Developmental Science. 2006;9(2):148-9.

Csibra G, Southgate V. Evidence for infants' understanding of false beliefs should not be dismissed. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2006;10(1):4-5.

Kotsoni E, Mareschal D, Csibra G, Johnson MH. Common-onset visual masking in infancy: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2006;18(6):966-73.

Senju A, Johnson MH, Csibra G. The development and neural basis of referential gaze perception. Social Neuroscience. 2006;1(3-4):220-34.

Gergely G, Csibra G. A kulturális elme társadalmi konstruálása: az utánzásos tanulás mint humánpedagógiai mechanizmus. In: Gervain J, Kovács K, Lukács Á, Racsmány M, editors. Az ezerarcú elme. Tanulmányok Pléh Csaba 60. születésnapjára. Budapest, Hungary: Akadémiai Kiadó; 2005. p. 371-7.

Farroni T, Johnson MH, Menon E, Zulian L, Faraguna D, Csibra G. Newborns' preference for face-relevant stimuli: Effects of contrast polarity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2005;102(47):17245-50.

Gergely G, Csibra G. A few reasons why we don't share Tomasello et al.s intuitions about sharing. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2005;28(5):701-2.

Gergely G, Csibra G. The social construction of the cultural mind: Imitative learning as a mechanism of human pedagogy. Interaction Studies. 2005;6:463-81.

Gergely G, Csibra G. Teleologikus gondolkodás csecsemőkorban : Az egyévesek naiv racionális cselekvéselmélete. Magyar Tudomány. 2005;166(11):1347-54.

Johnson MH, Griffin R, Csibra G, Halit H, Farroni T, De Haan M, et al. The emergence of the social brain network: Evidence from typical and atypical development. Development and Psychopathology. 2005;17(3):599-619.

Kaufman J, Csibra G, Johnson MH. Oscillatory activity in the infant brain reflects object maintenance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2005;102(42):15271-4.

Csibra G. Mirror neurons and action understanding. Is simulation involved?.; 2005.

Csibra G, Henty J, Volein A, Elwell C, Tucker L, Meek J, et al. Near infrared spectroscopy reveals neural activation during face perception in infants and adults. Journal of Pediatric Neurology. 2004;2(2):85-9.

Farroni T, Johnson MH, Csibra G. Mechanisms of eye gaze perception during infancy. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2004;16(8):1320-6.

Halit H, Csibra G, Volein A, Johnson MH. Face-sensitive cortical processing in early infancy. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 2004;45(7):1228-34.

Csibra G. Emlékezés emlékek nélkül. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle. 2003;58(4):517-9.

Csibra G. Teleological and referential understanding of action in infancy. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 2003;358(1431):447-58.

Csibra G, Biro S, Koos O, Gergely G. One-year-old infants use teleological representations of actions productively. Cognitive Science. 2003;27(1):111-33.

Gergely G, Csibra G. Teleological reasoning in infancy: the naive theory of rational action. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2003;7(7):287-92.

Kaufman J, Csibra G, Johnson MH. Representing occluded objects in the human infant brain. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 2003;270(Supplement):140-3.

Grice SJ, De Haan M, Halit H, Johnson MH, Csibra G, Grant J, et al. ERP abnormalities of visual perception in Williams syndrome. Neuroreport. 2003;14:1773-7.

Csibra G, Gergely G. A naiv tudatelmélet az evolúciós lélektan szempontjából. Magyar Tudomány. 2002;108(1):56-63.

Farroni T, Csibra G, Simion G, Johnson MH. Eye contact detection in humans from birth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2002;99(14):9602-5.

Johnson MH, Mareschal D, Csibra G. The development and integration of the dorsal and ventral visual pathways: A neurocomputational approach. In: Nelson CA, Luciana M, editors. Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press; 2001. p. 339-51.

Csibra G. Illusory contour figures are perceived as occluding surfaces by 8-month-old infants. Developmental Science. 2001;4(4):F7-F11.

Csibra G. A "kompetens csecsemő" és a fogalmi fejlődés folytonossága. Pszichológia. 2001;21(2):159-80.

Csibra G, Tucker LA, Johnson MH. Differential frontal cortex activation before anticipatory and reactive saccades in infants. Infancy. 2001;2(2):159-74.

Johnson MH, De Haan M, Oliver A, Smith W, Hatzakis H, Tucker LA, et al. Recording and analyzing high-density event-related potentials with infants using the Geodesic sensor net. Developmental Neuropsychology. 2001;19(3):295-323.

Grice SJ, Spratling MW, Karmiloff-Smith A, Halit H, Csibra G, De Haan M, et al. Disordered visual processing and oscillatory brain activity in autism and Williams Syndrome. Neuroreport. 2001;12(12):2697-700.

Gergely G, Csibra G, Nádasdy Z. The perceptual basis of causal thinking. In: Pleh Cs, Kampis G, editors. Current approaches in cognitive science. Budapest: Akadémia Kiadó; 2000. p. 52-74.

Csibra G. Az oksági gondolkodás perceptuális alapjai. A megismeréskutatás útjai. 2000:52-74.

Csibra G, Davis G, Spratling MW, Johnson MH. Gamma oscillations and object processing in the infant brain. Science. 2000;290(5496):1582-5.

Csibra G, Tucker LA, Volein A, Johnson MH. Cortical development and saccade planning: The ontogeny of the spike potential. NeuroReport. 2000;11(5):1069-73.

Rivera-Gaxiola M, Csibra G, Johnson MH, Karmiloff-Smith A. Electrophysiological correlates of cross-linguistic speech perception in native English speakers. Behavioural Brain Research. 2000;111(1-2):13-23.

Rivera-Gaxiola M, Johnson MH, Csibra G, Karmiloff-Smith A. Electrophysiological correlates of category goodness. Behavioural Brain Research. 2000;112(1-2):1-11.

Csibra G, Gergely G, Biro S, Koos O, Brockbank M. Goal attribution without agency cues: the perception of 'pure reason' in infancy. Cognition. 1999;72(3):237-67.

Johnson MH, Gilmore RO, Csibra G. Toward a computational model of the development of saccade planning. In: Richards JE, editor. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum; 1998. p. 103-30.

Csibra G, Gergely G. The teleological origins of mentalistic action explanations: A developmental hypothesis. Developmental Science. 1998;1(2):255-9.

Csibra G, Tucker LA, Johnson MH. Neural correlates of saccade planning in infants: A high-density ERP study. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 1998;29:201-15.

Csibra G, Gergely G. A mentális viselkedésmagyarázatok teleológiai gyökere: Egy fejlődéslélektani hipotézis. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle. 1997;53(1997-98 / 1-4):369-78.

Csibra G, Johnson MH, Tucker LA. Attention and oculomotor control: A high-density ERP study of the gap effect. Neuropsychologia. 1997;35(6):855-65.

Czigler I, Csibra G, Ambro A. Age and information processing: Event-related potential studies. European psychologist. 1997;2:247-57.

Gergely G, Csibra G. Teleological reasoning in infancy: The infant's naive theory of rational action. A reply to Premack and Premack. Cognition. 1997;63(2):227-33.

Gergely G, Csibra G, Biro S, Koós O. Understanding rational action in infancy. Psychology of Language and Communication. 1997;1(2):29-37.

Csibra G, Gergely G. Review.; 1997.

Csibra G, Gergely G. On the dangers of oversimulation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1996;19(1):127-8.

Czigler I, Csibra G, Ambro A. Aging, stimulus identification and the effect of probability: An event-related potential study. Biological Psychology. 1996;43(1):27-40.

Bíró S, Gergely G, Csibra G, Koós O. A racionális viselkedés naiv elméletének kísérleti vizsgálata csecsemokorban. In: Pleh C, Vinkler Z, Botz A, editors. Fikog : a Magyar Megismeréstudományi Társaság és az Eötvös Lóránd Tudományegyetem Általános Pszichológia Tanszéke által rendezett Fiatal Kognitivisták I. konferenciáján elhangzott előadások anyaga : Budapest, 1995. május 11-12. Budapest, Hungary: ELTE; 1995. p. 75-98.

Czigler I, Csibra G, Ambro A. Időskori kognitív változások – az eseményekhez kötött agyi elektromos potenciálok tükrében. Pszichológia. 1995;15(1):3-42.

Gergely G, Nadasdy Z, Csibra G, Biro S. Taking the intentional stance at 12 months of age. Cognition. 1995;56(2):165-93.

Gergely G, Nádasdy Z, Csibra G, Bíró S. Intencionalitás tulajdonítása egyéves korban. Pszichológia. 1995;15(3):331-66.

Csibra G, Czigler I, Ambro A. Effects of stimulus alternation, repetition and response requirements on event-related potentials to patterned visual stimuli. Biological Psychology. 1994;37(2):115-32.

Czigler I, Csibra G, Ambro A. Event-related potentials and aging – identification of deviant visual-stimuli. Journal of Psychophysiology. 1994;8(3):193-210.

Gergely G, Csibra G. On the ascription of intentional content. Cahiers De Psychologie Cognitive-Current Psychology of Cognition. 1994;13(5):584-9.

Czigler I, Csibra G. Event-related potentials and the identification of deviant visual-stimuli. Psychophysiology. 1992;29(4):471-85.

Czigler I, Csibra G. Lexikai döntés anagramma megoldási helyzetben és az eseményhez kötött potenciálok. Pszichológia. 1992;12(1):3-26.

Czigler I, Csibra G, Csontos A. Age and inter-stimulus interval effects on event-related potentials to frequent and infrequent auditory stimuli. Biological Psychology. 1992;33(2-3):195-206.

Csibra G, Czigler I. Event-related potentials to irrelevant deviant motion of visual shapes. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 1991;11(2):155-9.

Csibra G, Czigler I. Vizuális ábrák váratlan irányú mozgása és az eseményhez kötött potenciálok. Pszichológia. 1991;11(1):47-55.

Czigler I, Csibra G. Event-related potentials in a lexical stroop task. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 1991;11(3):281-93.

Czigler I, Csibra G. Vizuális minták azonosítása és az eseményhez kötött potenciál. Pszichológia. 1991;11(2):173-206.

Csibra G, Czigler I. Vizuális összemérés: a figyelem és a fontosság megjelenése az eseményhez kötött potenciálokban. Pszichológia. 1990;10(3):447-69.

Czigler I, Csibra G. Event-related potentials in a visual-discrimination task – negative waves related to detection and attention. Psychophysiology. 1990;27(6):669-76.