Ilona Kovács, after graduating and obtaining her PhD at Eötvös University, Budapest, spent the last decade at Béla Julesz’s Laboratory of Vision Research, Rutgers University, New Jersey working on issues of perceptual organization, perceptual learning and plasticity, and visual development. Recently she is associate professor of psychology at the Department of Cognitive Science, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

Recent publications:
B. Julesz and I. Kovács (eds): Maturational windows and adult cortical plasticity. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1995.
Kovács I. & Eisenberg M. Human Development of Binocular rivalry. 2004 In D. Alais and R. Blake (eds.): Binocular Rivalry, MIT Press, pp. 100-116.
I. Kovács: Visual Integration: Development and Impairments. Akadémiai, Budapest, 2004.