Harris A.Z., Golder D., Likhtik E. (2017) Multisite electrophysiology recordings in mice to study cross-regional communication during anxiety. Curr Prot Neurosci 80:8.40.1-8.40.21.


           Stujenske J.M., Likhtik E. (2017) Fear from the bottom up. Nature Neurosci 20: 765-767.


Cambiaghi M., Grosso A., Likhtik E., Mazziotti R., Concina G., Renna A., Sacco T., Gordon J.A., Sacchetti B. (2016) Higher order sensory cortex selectively drives basolateral amygdala activity during the recall of remote, but not recent, learned fearful memories.  J Neurosci 36 (5):1647-1659.


Likhtik E., Paz R. (2015) The amygdala and prefrontal cortex in (mal)adaptive learning. Trends Neurosci, 38:158-166.


Gore F., Schwartz E.C., Brangers B., C., Aladi S., Stujenske J.M., Likhtik E., Russo M.J., Gordon J.A., Salzman C.D., Axel R. (2015) Neural representations of unconditioned stimuli in basolateral amygdala mediate innate and learned responses. Cell, 162:134-145. 


Stujenske J.M., Likhtik E., Topiwala M.A., Gordon J.A. (2014) Fear and safety engage competing patterns of theta-gamma coupling in the basolateral amygdala.  Neuron 83:919-933. 


Likhtik E., Stujenske J.M., Topiwala M.A., Harris AZ Gordon J.A. (2014). Prefrontal entrainment of amygdala activity signals safety in learned fear and innate anxiety. Nature Neuroscience 17:  106-113.


Likhtik E., Gordon J.A. (2014) Circuits in sync: Decoding theta communication in fear and safety. Neuropsychopharmacology 39:235-236.


Likhtik E., Gordon J.A. (2013) A surprised amygdala looks to the cortex for meaning. Neuron 80: 1109-1111.


Likhtik E., Popa D., Apergis-Schoute J., Fidacaro G.A., Paré D. (2008) Amygdala intercalated neurons are required for expression of fear extinction. Nature 454:642-645.


Likhtik E., Pelletier J.G., Popescu A.T., Paré D. (2006) Identification of basolateral amygdala projection cells and interneurons using extracellular recordings. Journal of Neurophysiology 96:3257-3265.


Likhtik E., Pelletier J.G., Paz R., Paré D. (2005) Prefrontal control of amygdala. Journal of Neuroscience 25: 7429-7437.


Pelletier J.G.*, Likhtik E.*, Filali M., Paré D. (2005) Emotional arousal produces long-lasting increases in the firing rate of basolateral amygdala neurons: implications for the facilitated consolidation of emotional memories. Learning and Memory 12:96-102.


Quirk G.J., Likhtik E., Pelletier J.G., Paré D. (2003) Stimulation of medial prefrontal cortex decreases the responsiveness of central amygdala output neurons. Journal of Neuroscience 23:8800-7.