Skip to main content Accessibility help
×
Home

The Cartesian Theater stance

  • Bruce Glymour (a1), Rick Grush (a1), Valerie Gray Hardcastle (a1), Brian Keeley (a1), Joe Ramsey (a1), Oron Shagrir (a1) and Ellen Watson (a1)...

Abstract

  • An abstract is not available for this content so a preview has been provided below. Please use the Get access link above for information on how to access this content.

Copyright

References

Hide All

Letters a and r appearing before authors' initials refer to target article and response respectively.

Allport, A. (1988) What concept of consciousness? In: Consciousness in contemporary science, ed. Marcel, A. J. & Bisiach, E.. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [aDCD]
Armstrong, D. M. (1968) A materialist theory of the mind. Routledge & Kegan Paul. [NB, WGL]
Baars, B. J. (1983) Consciousness provides the nervous system with coherent, globally distributed information. In: Consciousness and self-regulation, vol. III, ed. Davidson, R., Schwartz, G. & Shapiro, D.. Plenum Press. [BJB]
Baars, B. J. (1988) A cognitive theory of consciousness. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [BJB, MV]
Barlow, H. B. & Levick, W. R. (1965) Mechanisms of pattern selectivity in retina. Journal of Physiology 178:477. [aDCD]
Bergson, H. (1910) Time and free will. Harper & Row. [MJF]
Bisiach, E. (1988) The haunted brain and consciousness. In: Consciousness in contemporary science, ed. Marcel, A. J. & Bisiach, E.. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [aDCD]
Block, N. (1978) Troubles with functionalism. In: Mind and cognition ed. Lycan, W.. Blackwell. [NB]
Block, N. (1991) Evidence against epiphenomenalism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14(4):670. [NB]
Block, N. (forthcoming) Does consciousness have a function? [NB]
Blumenthal, A. L. (1977) The process of cognition. Prentice-Hall. [MV]
Boring, E. G. (1950) A history of experimental psychology, 2nd ed.Appleton-Century-Croft. [MT]
Breitmeyer, B. G. (1984) Visual masking. Clarendon Press. [aDCD]
Breitmeyer, B. G. (1985) Problems with the psychophysics of intention. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:539–40. [aDCD]
Bridgeman, B. (1985) Free will and the functions of consciousness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(2):540. [aDCD]
Bridgeman, B. (1988) The biology of behavior and mind. John Wiley. [BB]
Bridgeman, B. (1990) Empirical work on conscious vs. unconscious processes. Report #54/1990, Research group on Mind and Brain, Zentrum fuer interdisciplinaer Forschung, University of Bielefeld, Germany. [BB]
Calvin, W. (1990) The cerebral symphony: Seashore reflections on the structure of consciousness. Bantam. [aDCD]
Campbell, R. (1989) Lipreading. In: Handbook of research on face processing, ed. Young, A. W. & Ellis, H. D.. North Holland. [AWY]
Castiello, U., Paulignan, Y. & Jeannerod, M. (1991) Temporal dissociation of motor responses and subjective awareness. A study in normal subjects. Brain 114. [MJ]
Cheesman, J. & Merikle, P. M. (1986) Distinguishing conscious from unconscious perceptual processes. Canadian Journal of Psychology 40:343–67. [EMR]
Churchland, P. S. (1981a) On the alleged backwards referral of experiences and its relevance to the mind-body problem. Philosophy of Science 48:165–81. [aDCD, NB, BL, ALR]
Churchland, P. S. (1981b) The timing of sensations: Reply to Libet. Philosophy of Science 48:492–97. [arDCD, NB]
Cooper, L. A. (1976) Demonstrations of a mental analog of an external rotation. Perception and Psychophysics 19:296302. [RNS]
Cooper, L. A. & Shepard, R. N. (1973) Chronometric studies of the rotation of mental images. In: Visual information processes, ed. Chase, W. G.. Academic Press. [RNS]
Corkin, S. (1984) Lasting consequences of bilateral medial temporal lobectomy: Clinical course and experimental findings. In: Seminars in Neurology 4:249–59. [ARD]
Crick, F. (1984) Function of the thalamic reticular complex: The searchlight hypothesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 81:4586–90. [rDCD, ARD]
Crick, F. & Koch, C. (1990) Towards a neurobiological theory of consciousness. In: Seminars in the neurosciences, 2:263–75, ed. A. R. Damasio. W. B. Saunders. [aDCD, NB, ARD]
Damasio, A. R. (1989a) Time-locked multiregional retroactivation: A systems level proposal for the neural substrates of recall and recognition. Cognition 33:2562. [aDCD, ARD]
Damasio, A. R. (1989b) The brain binds entities and events by multiregional activation from convergence zones. Neural Computation 1:123–32. [ARD]
Damasio, A. R. (1990) Synchronous activation in multiple cortical regions: A mechanism for recall. Seminars in the neurosciences (The “Neurobiology of Mind” issue) 2:287–96. [ARD]
Damasio, A. R., Tranel, D. & Damasio, H. (1989) Amnesia caused by herpes simplex encephalitis, infarctions in basal forebrain, Alzheimer's disease, and anoxia. In: Handbook of neuropsychology, ed. Boller, F. & Grafman, J., vol. 3, ed. L. Squire. Elsevier. [ARD]
Danto, A. (1985) Consciousness and motor control. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:540–41. [aDCD]
Deecke, L., Grozinger, B. & Kornhuber, H. H. (1976) Voluntary finger movement in man: Cerebral potentials and theory. Biological Cybernetics 23:99119. [BL]
De Haan, E. H. F., Young, A. & Newcombe, F. (1987) Face recognition without awareness. Cognitive Neuropsychology 4:385415. [MJF]
Dennett, D. C. (1976) Are dreams experiences? Philosophical Review 85:151–71. [rDCD]
Dennett, D. C. (1978) Skinner skinned. In: Brainstorms: Philosophical essays on mind and psychology, ed. Dennett, D. C.. Bradford Books. [aDCD]
Dennett, D. C. (1979) [review of K. R. Popper and J. C. Eccles 1977.] Journal of Philosophy 76:9197. [aDCD]
Dennett, D. C. (1982) How to study human consciousness empirically. Synthese 53:159–80. [aDCD]
Dennett, D. C. (1988) Quining Qualia. In: Consciousness in contemporary science, ed. Marcel, A. J. & Bisiach, E.. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [NB]
Dennett, D. C. (1991a) Real patterns. Journal of Philosophy 87:2751. [rDCD]
Dennett, D. C. (1991b) Consciousness explained. Little Brown. [arDCD, NB]
Descartes, R. (1662) Traite de l'homme. Paris. [aDCD]
Descartes, R. (1662/1972) Treatise on man. Translated by Hall, T. S.. Harvard University Press. [MV]
Dietrich, E. (1985) Computer thought: Propositional attitudes and metaknowledge. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Philosophy, University of Arizona. [JA]
Dimond, S. J. (1980) Neuropsychology: A textbook of systems and psychological functions of the human brain. Butterworths. [MV]
Dixon, N. F. (1971) Subliminal perception: The nature of a controversy. McGraw-Hill. [EMR]
Dixon, N. F. (1981) Preconscious processing. John Wiley. [EMR, MV]
Dixon, N. F. (1986) On private events arid brain events. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 9:2930. [aDCD]
Dorfman, A. (1988) Mascara. Viking. [aDCD]
Dorman, M. F., Cutting, J. E. & Raphael, L. J. (1975) Perception of temporal order in vowel sequences with and without formant transitions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 104:121–29. [RMW]
Dunn, J. D. & Kirsner, K. (1988) Discovering functionally independent mental processes: The principle of reversed association. Psychological Review 95:91101. [EMR]
Dunn, J. D. & Kirsner, K. (1989) Implicit memory: Task or process? In: Implicit memory: Theoretical issues, ed. Lewandowsky, S., Dunn, J. C. & Kirsner, K.. Erlbaum. [EMR]
Eccles, J. C. (1980) The human psyche. Springer. [MV]
Eccles, J. C. (1985) Mental summation: The timing of voluntary intentions by cortical activity. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:542–43. [aDCD]
Edelman, G. (1989) The remembered present. Basic Books. [ARD]
Efron, R. (1967) The duration of the present. Proceedings of the New York Academy of Science 138:713–29. [aDCD]
Efron, R. (1973) Conservation of temporal information by perceptual systems. Perception and Psychophysics 14:518–30. [aDCD]
Englekamp, J. (1988) Modality-specific encoding and word class in verbal learning. In: Practical aspects of memory: Current research and issues, vol. 1, ed. Gruneberg, M. M., Morris, P. E. & Sykes, R. N.. John Wiley. [MR]
Erdelyi, M. H. (1985) Psychoanalysis: Freud's cognitive psychology. Freeman. [EMR]
Erdelyi, M. H. (1986) Experimental indeterminacies in the dissociation paradigm of subliminal perception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 9(1):3031. [aDCD, EMR]
Eriksen, C. W. (1960) Discrimination and learning without awareness: A methodological survey and evaluation. Psychological Review 67:279300. [EMR]
Farah, M. J., Monheit, M. A. & Wallace, M. A. (1991) Unconscious perception of extinguished visual stimuli: Reassessing the evidence. Neuropsychologia 29:949–58. [MJF]
Farrell, B. A. (1950) Experience. Mind 59:170–98. [aDCD]
Fehling, M. R., Altman, A. M. & Wilber, B. M. (1989) The heuristic control virtual machine: An instance of the Schemer computational model of reflective real-time problem-solving. In: Blackboard systems and their applications, ed. Jagganathan, V., Dodhiawala, R. & Baum, L.. Academic Press. [BJB]
Fehling, M. R., Baars, B. J. & Fisher, C. (1990) A functional role for repression in an autonomous, resource-constrained agent. Proceedings of the XII Cognitive Science Conference, Boston, MA. [BJB]
Felsten, G. & Wasserman, G. S. (1980) Visual masking: Mechanisms and theories. Psychological Bulletin 88:329–53. [GSW]
Flanagan, O. (1991) Consciousness. In: The science of the mind, 2nd ed.MIT Press. [NB]
Gallistel, C. R. (1990) The organization of learning. MIT Press. [aDCD]
Geldard, F. A. (1977) Cutaneous stimuli, vibratory and saltatory. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 69:8387. [aDCD]
Geldard, F. A. & Sherrick, C. E. (1972) The cutaneous “rabbit”: A perceptual illusion. Science 178:178–79. [aDCD, MT]
Geldard, F. A. & Sherrick, C. E. (1983) The cutaneous saltatory area and its presumed neural base. Perception and Psychophysics 33:299304. [aDCD]
Geldard, F. A. & Sherrick, C. E. (1986) Space, time and touch. Scientific American 254:9095. [aDCD]
Georgopoulos, A. P., Lurito, J. T., Petrides, M., Schwartz, A. B. & Massey, J. T. (1989) Mental rotation of the neuronal population vector. Science 243:234–36. [RNS]
Gide, A. (1948) Journal des faux monnayeurs. Gallimard. [aDCD]
Glynn, I. M. (1990) Consciousness and time. Nature 348:477–79. [aDCD, BL]
Goodman, N. (1978) Ways of worldmaking. Harvester. [aDCD]
Gray, C. M., Konig, P., Engle, A. K. & Singer, W. (1989) Oscillatory responses in cat visual cortex exhibit inter-columnar synchronization which reflects global stimulus properties. Nature 338:334–37. [ARD]
Gregson, R. A. M. (1988) Nonlinear psychophysical dynamics. Erlbaum. [RAMG]
Gregson, R. A. M. (1991) n-Dimensional nonlinear psychophysics. Erlbaum. [RAMG]
Grey Walter, W. (1963) Presentation to the Ostler Society, Oxford University, Oxford, England. [aDCD]
Haken, H., ed. (1985) Complex systems – operational approaches. Springer-Verlag. [RAMG]
Hamad, S. (1982) Consciousness: An afterthought. Cognition and Brain Theory 5:2947. [arDCD, NB]
Hamad, S. (1989) Editorial commentary [on Libet 1985a]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12:183. [arDCD]
Hamad, S. (unpublished) Conscious events cannot be localized in time. [aDCD]
Hawking, S. (1988) A brief history of time. Bantam. [aDCD]
Hildreth, E. C. & Koch, C. (1987) The analysis of visual motion: From computational theory to neuronal mechanisms. Annual Review of Neuroscience 10:477533. [ALR]
Hoffman, R. E. & Kravitz, R. E. (1987) Feedforward action regulation and the experience of will. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10:782–83. [aDCD]
Holender, D. (1986) Semantic activation without conscious identification in dichotic listening, parafoveal vision, and visual masking: A survey and appraisal. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 9:123. [aDCD, EMR]
Honderich, T. (1984) The time of a conscious sensory experience and mindbrain theories. Journal of Theoretical Biology 110:115–29. [aDCD]
Hoy, R. C. (1982) Ambiguities in the subjective timing of experiences debate. Philosophy of Science 49:254–62. [aDCD]
Jacoby, L. L. & Whitehouse, K. (1989) An illusion of memory: False recognition influenced by unconscious perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 118:126–35. [EMR]
Jacoby, L. L., Woloshyn, V. & Kelley, C. (1989) Becoming famous without being recognized: Unconscious influences of memory produced by dividing attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 118:115–25. [EMR]
James, W. (1890) The principles of psychology, vol. 1. Henry Holt. [MT]
Jasper, H. H. (1985) Brain mechanisms of conscious experience and voluntary action. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(4):543–44. [aDCD]
Javel, E., McGee, J. A., Horst, J. W. & Farley, G. R. (1988) Temporal mechanisms in auditory stimulus coding. In: Auditory function: Neurobiological bases of hearing, ed. Edelman, G. M., Gall, W. E. & Cowan, W. M.. John Wiley. [ALR]
Jeannerod, M. (1990) Traitement conscient et inconscient de l'information perceptive. Revue Internationale de Psychopathologie 1:1334. [MJ]
John, E. R. (1976) A model of consciousness. In: Consciousness and self-regulation, ed. Schwartz, G. & Shapiro, D.. Plenum. [MV]
Julesz, B. (1971) Foundations of cyclopean perception. University of Chicago Press. [aDCD]
Jung, R. (1985) Voluntary intention and conscious selection in complex learned action. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(4):544–45. [aDCD]
Keller, I. & Heckhausen, H. (1990) Readiness potentials preceding spontaneous motor acts: Voluntary vs. involuntary control. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 76:351–61. [BL]
Kinsbourne, M. (1985) Parallel processing explains modular informational encapsulation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(1):23. [rDCD]
Kinsbourne, M. (1988) Integrated field theory of consciousness. In: Consciousness in contemporary science, ed. Marcel, A. J. & Bisiach, E.. Oxford University Press (Oxford). [arDCD]
Kinsbourne, M. (in preparation) The distributed brain basis of consciousness. [rDCD]
Koch, C. & Crick, F. (1991) Understanding awareness at the neuronal level. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14(4):683–85. [MV]
Kolers, P. A. (1972) Aspects of motion perception. Pergamon Press. [aDCD]
Kolers, P. A. & von Grünau, M. (1976) Shape and color in apparent motion. Vision Research 16:329–35. [arDCD, MT, GSW]
Konishi, M., Takahashi, T. T., Wagner, H., Sullivan, W. E. & Carr, C. E. (1988) Neurophysiological and anatomical substrates of sound localization in the owl. In: Auditory function: Neurobiological bases of hearing, ed. Edelman, G. M., Gall, W. E. & Cowan, W. M.. John Wiley. [ALR]
Kubovy, M. (1983) Mental imagery majestically transforming cognitive psychology. Review of Mental images and their transformations. Contemporary Psychology 28:661–63. [RNS]
Kulli, J. & Koch, C. (1991) Does anesthesia cause loss of consciousness? Trends in Neuroscience 14:610. [BG]
Lashley, K. S. (1951) The problem of serial order in behavior. In: Cerebral mechanisms in behavior: The Hixon symposium, ed. Jeffress, L. A.. John Wiley. [MT]
Latto, R. (1985) Consciousness as an experimental variable: Problems of definition, practice, and interpretation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:545–46. [aDCD, BL]
Levine, J. (1983) Materialism and qualia: The explanatory gap. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly. [NB]
Libermann, A. M. (1970) The grammar of speech and language. Cognitive Psychology 1:301–23. [aDCD]
Libet, B. (1965) Cortical activation in conscious and unconscious experience. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 9:7786. [aDCD, BL]
Libet, B. (1973) Electrical stimulation of cortex in human subjects, and conscious sensory aspects. In: Handbook of sensory physiology, ed. Iggo, A.. Springer. [BL]
Libet, B. (1978) Neuronal vs. subjective timing for a conscious sensory experience. In: Cerebral correlates of conscious experience, ed. Buser, P. A. & Rougeul-Buser, A.. Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press. [BL]
Libet, B. (1981) The experimental evidence for subjective referral of a sensory experience backwards in time: Reply to P. S. Churchland. Philosophy of Science 48:182–97. [aDCD, BL]
Libet, B. (1982) Brain stimulation in the study of neuronai functions for conscious sensory experiences. Human Neurobiology 1:235–42. [aDCD, BL]
Libet, B. (1985a) Unconscious cerebral initiative and the role of conscious will in voluntary action. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:529–66. [aDCD, BL, EMR, RNS, MT]
Libet, B. (1985b) Subjective antedating of a sensory experience and mind-brain theories: Reply to Honderich (1984). Journal of Theoretical Biology 114:563–70. [aDCD, MT]
Libet, B. (1987) Are the mental experiences of will and self-control significant for the performance of a voluntary act? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10:783–86. [aDCD, EMR]
Libet, B. (1989a) The timing of a subjective experience. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12:183–85. [aDCD, BL, EMR]
Libet, B. (1989b) Conscious subjective experience vs. unconscious mental functions: A theory of the cerebral processes involved. In: Models of brain function, ed. Cotterill, R. M. J.. Cambridge University Press. [BL]
Libet, B. (1991a) Conscious and neural timings. Nature 352:27. [BL]
Libet, B. (1991b) Voluntary acts and readiness-potentials. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. (in press) [BL]
Libet, B., Alberts, W. W., Wright, E. W., Delattre, L. D., Levin, G. & Feinstein, B. (1964) Production of threshold levels of conscious sensation by electrical stimulation of human somatosensory cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 27:546–78. [BL]
Libet, B., Alberts, W. W., Wright, E. W. & Feinstein, D. (1967) Responses of human somatosensory cortex to stimuli below threshold for conscious sensation. Science 158:15971600. [BL]
Libet, B., Gleason, C. A., Wright, E. W. Jr., & Pearl, D. K. (1983a) Time of conscious intention to act in relation to onset of cerebral activities (readiness-potential); the unconscious initiation of a freely voluntary act. Brain 106:623–42. [BL]
Libet, B., Pearl, D. K., Morledge, D. M., Gleason, C. A., Hosobuchi, Y. & Barbaro, N. M. (1991) Control of the transition from sensory detection to sensory awareness in man by the duration of thalamic stimulus. Brain 114:1731–57. [rDCD, BL]
Libet, B., Wright, E. W., Feinstein, B. & Pearl, D. K. (1979) Subjective referral of the timing for a conscious sensory experience: A functional role for the somatosensory specific projection system in man. Brain 102:193224. [aDCD, BL, RNS, MT]
Libet, B., Wright, E. W. Jr., & Gleason, C. A. (1983b) Preparation-orintention-to-act, in relation to pre-event potentials recorded at the vertex. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neuropsychology 56:367–72. [BL]
Lloyd, D. (1989) Simple minds. MIT Press. [DL]
Lloyd, D. (1991) Leaping to conclusions: Connectionism, consciousness, and the computational mind. In: Connectionism and the philosophy of mind, ed. Horgan, T. & Tienson, J.. Kluwer. [DL]
Loar, B. (1990) Phenomenal states. In: Philosophical perspectives, 4: Action theory and philosophy of mind, ed. Tomberlin, J.. Ridgeview. [NB]
Lockhart, R. S. (1989) The role of theory in understanding implicit memory. In: Implicit memory: Theoretical issues, ed. Lewandowsky, S., Dunn, J. C. & Kirsner, K.. Erlbaum. [EMR]
Lycan, W. (1987) Consciousness. Bradford Books/MIT Press. [WGL]
Lycan, W. (1990) What is the “subjectivity” of the mental? In: Philosophical perspectives, vol. 4, ed. Tomberlin, J.. Ridgeview. [WGL]
MacKay, D. M. (1985) Do we “control” our brains? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(4):546–47. [aDCD]
Marcel, A. J. (1983) Conscious and unconscious perception: An approach to the relations between phenomenal experience and perceptual process. Cognitive Psychology 15:238300. [aDCD, MV]
Marcel, A. J. (1986) Consciousness and processing: Choosing and testing a null hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 9(1):4041, [aDCD]
Marcel, A. J. (in press) Slippage in the unity of consciousness. In: Perception without awareness: Cognitive, clinical and social perspectives. Guilford Press. [rDCD]
McCloskey, D. L., Colebatch, J. G., Potter, E. K. & Burke, D. (1983) Judgements about onset of rapid voluntary movements in man. Journal of Neurophysiology 49:851–63. [BL]
McGinn, C. (1991) The problem of consciousness. Blackwell. [NB]
McGurk, H. & MacDonald, J. (1976) Hearing lips and seeing voices. Nature 264:746–48. [AWY]
Mellor, H. (1981) Real time. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [arDCD, RVG]
Merikle, P. M. (1982) Unconscious perception revisited. Perception & Psychophysics 31:298301. [EMR]
Merikle, P. M. & Cheesman, J. (1986) Consciousness is a “subjective” state. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 9(1):42. [aDCD]
Merikle, P. M. & Reingold, E. M. (1990) Recognition and lexical decision without detection: Unconscious perception? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 16:574–83. [EMR]
Merikle, P. M. & Reingold, E. M. (1991) Comparing direct (explicit) and indirect (implicit) measures to study unconscious memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17:224–33. [EMR]
Minsky, M. (1985) The society of minds. Simon & Schuster. [aDCD]
Mishkin, M. & Appenzeller, T. (1987) The anatomy of memory. Scientific American 256:6271. [RAMG]
Mortenson, C. (1985) Conscious decisions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:548–49. [aDCD]
Nagel, T. (1974) What is it like to be a bat? Philosophical Review 83:435–45. [aDCD, NB]
Navon, D. (1991) The function of consciousness or of information? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14(4):690–91. [MV]
Neisser, U. (1967) Cognitive Psychology. Appleton-Century-Crofts. [aDCD]
Neisser, U. ((1976) Cognition and reality. Freeman. [rDCD]
Neisser, U. ((1981) John Dean's memory: A case study. Cognition 9:122. [aDCD]
Neumann, O. (1990) Some aspects of phenomenal consciousness and their possible functional correlates. Presented at the conference, The phenomenal mind – how is it possible and why is it necessary? Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF), Bielefeld, May 14–17. [aDCD]
Newell, A., Rosenbloom, P. S. & Laird, J. E. (1989) Symbolic architectures for cognition. In: Foundations of cognitive science, ed. Posner, M.. MIT Press. [aDCD]
Newsome, W. T., Mikami, A. & Wurtz, R. H. (1986) Motion selectivity in macaque visual cortex. III. Psychophysics and physiology of apparent motion. Journal of Neurophysiology 55:1340–51. [ALR]
Nicolis, J. S. (1986) Dynamics of hierarchical systems. Springer-Verlag. [RAMG]
Nisly, S. & Wasserman, G. S. (1989) Intensity dependence of perceived duration: Data, theories, and neural integration. Psychological Bulletin 106:483–96. [GSW]
Norman, D. A. (1967) Temporal confusions and limited capacity processors. Acta Psychologica 27:293–97. [rDCD]
Norman, D. & Shallice, T. (1980) Attention to action: Willed and automatic control of behavior. Technical Report 8006. Center for Human Information Processing, University of California, San Diego (La Jolla). [BB]
Ornstein, R. (1977) The psychology of consciousness. Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch. [MJF]
Pagels, H. (1988) The dreams of reason. Simon & Schuster. [aDCD]
Penfield, W. (1975) The mystery of the mind: A critical study of consciousness and the human brain. Princeton University Press. [MV]
Penfield, W. & Jasper, H. (1954) Epilepsy and the functional anatomy of the human brain. Little Brown. [aDCD]
Penrose, R. (1989) The Emperor's new mind: Concerning computers, minds, and the laws of physics. Oxford University Press (Oxford). [aDCD]
Penrose, R. (1990) Précis of The Emperor's new mind. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13(4):643706. [GSW]
Piantanida, T. (1985) Temporal modulation sensitivity of the blue mechanism: Measurements made with extraretinal chromatic adaptation. Vision Research 25:1439–44. [ALR]
Piantanida, T. & Larimer, J. (1989) The impact of boundaries on color: Stabilized image studies. Journal of Imaging Technology 15:5863. [ALR]
Pöppel, E. (1985) Grenzen des Bewusstseins. Deutsche Verlags-Anstal. (Translated as Mindworks: Time and conscious experience. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988.) [aDCD]
Popper, K. R. & Eccles, J. C. (1977) The self and its brain. Springer-Verlag. [aDCD]
Port, R. (1990) Representation and recognition of temporal patterns. Connection Science 2:151–76. [rDCD]
Port, R. & Anderson, S. (1990) Dynamic network models for audition. Technical Report ISHC-TR01-RP-90. Indiana University Institute for the Study of Human Capabilities. [rDCD]
Potter, M. (1975) Meaning in visual search. Science 187:965–66 [NB]
Potter, M. (1976) Short-term conceptual memory for pictures. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 2(5):509–22 [NB]
Pribram, K. H. (1971) Languages of the brain: Experimental paradoxes and principles in neuropsychology, 2nd ed. Prentice-Hall. [MV]
Pribram, K. H. (1986) The cognitive revolution and mind/brain issues. American Psychologist 41:507–20. [MV]
Prinz, W. (1991) Why don't we perceive our brain states? Presented at the Seminar on Perception and Action, King's College Research Center, Cambridge, England, November, 1990. [BB]
Putnam, H. (1965) Brains and behavior. In: Analytical philosophy, second series, ed. Butler, R. J.. Basil Blackwell. [WGL]
Pylyshyn, Z. (1979) Do mental events have durations? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2(2):277–78. [aDCD]
Reingold, E. M. & Merikle, P. M. (1988) Using direct and indirect measures to study perception without awareness. Perception & Psychophysics 44:563–75. [EMR]
Reingold, E. M. & Merikle, P. M. (1990) On the inter-relatedness of theory and measurement in the study of unconscious processes. Mind & Language 5:928. [aDCD, EMR]
Richardson-Klavehn, A. & Bjork, R. A. (1988) Measures of memory. Annual Review of Psychology 39:475543. [EMR]
Ringo, J. L. (1985) Timing volition: Questions of what and when about W. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(4):550–51. [aDCD]
Roberts, M. & Summerfield, Q. (1981) Audiovisual presentation demonstrates that selective adaptation in speech perception is purely auditory. Perception and Psychophysics 30:309–14. [AWY]
Robins, C. & Shepard, R. N. (1977) Spatio-temporal probing of apparent rotational movement. Perception and Psychophysics 22:1218. [RNS]
Rosenthal, D. (1986) Two concepts of consciousness. Philosophical Studies 49:3. [NB]
Rosenthal, D. (1990) A theory of consciousness, Report, Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF), Research Group on Mind and Brain, University of Bielefeld, Germany. [DMR]
Rosenthal, D. (1991) The independence of consciousness and sensory quality. In: Proceedings of the 1989 Joint Conference of Sociedad Filosofica Ibero-Americana and Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Filosofico, Buenos Aires, ed. E. Villanueva. Ridgeview. [DMR]
Ryle, G. (1949) The concept of mind. Hutchison. [aDCD]
Salter, D. (1989) Voluntary process and the readiness potential: Asking the right questions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12(1): 181–82. [aDCD]
Salzman, C. D., Britten, K. H. & Newsome, W. T. (1990) Cortical microstimulation influences perceptual judgements of motion direction. Nature 346:174–77. [ALR]
Sarris, V. (1989) Max Wertheimer on seen motion: Theory and evidence. Psychological Research 51:5868. [aDCD]
Sartre, J. P. (1943) L'être et le néant. Gallimard. [aDCD]
Schacter, D. (1989) On the relation between memory and consciousness: Dissociable interactions and conscious experience. In: Varieties of memory and consciousness: Essays in honor of Endel Tulving, ed. H. L. Roediger III & F. I. M. Craik. [NB]
Schacter, D. L., McAndrews, M. P. & Moscovitch, M. (1988) Access to consciousness: Dissociations between implicit and explicit knowledge in neuropsychological syndromes. In: Thought without language, ed. Weiskrantz, L.. Oxford University Press (Oxford). [AWY]
Searle, J. R. (1991) Consciousness, explanatory inversion and cognitive science. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13:585641. [EMR]
Shepard, R. N. (1981) Psychophysical complementarity. In: Perceptual organization, ed. Kubovy, M. & Pomerantz, J.. Erlbaum. [RNS]
Shepard, R. N. (1984) Ecological constraints on internal representation: Resonant kinematics of perceiving, imagining, thinking, and dreaming. Psychological Review 91:417–47. [RNS]
Shepard, R. N. (1987) Evolution of a mesh between principles of the mind and regularities of the world. In: The latest on the best: Essays on evolution and optimality, ed. Dupré, J.. MIT Press/Bradford Books. [RNS]
Shepard, R. N. (1989) Internal representation of universal regularities: A challenge for connectionism. In: Neural connections, mental computation, ed. Nadel, L., Cooper, L. A., Culicover, P. & Harnish, R. M.. MIT Press/Bradford Books. [RNS]
Shepard, R. N. (1990) Postscript: On understanding mental images. In: Images and understanding, ed. Barlow, H., Blakemore, C. & Weston-Smith, M.. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [RNS]
Shepard, R. N. & Cooper, L. A. (1982) Mental images and their transformations. MIT Press/Bradford Books. [RNS]
Shepard, R. N. & Metzler, J. (1971) Mental rotation of three-dimensional objects. Science 171:701–03. [RNS]
Sherrington, C. S. (1934) The brain and its mechanism. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [rDCD]
Sherrington, C. S. (1940) Man on his nature. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge). [BL]
Shevrin, H. & Dickman, S. (1980) The psychological unconscious: A necessary assumption for all psychological theory? American Psychologist 35:421–34. [EMR]
Shoemaker, S. (1981) The inverted spectrum. The Journal of Philosophy 74:7. [NB]
Snyder, D. M. (1988) On the time of a conscious peripheral sensation. Journal of Theoretical Biology 130:253–54. [aDCD]
Sperling, G. (1960) The information available in brief visual presentations. Psychological Monographs 74, no. 11. [aDCD]
Stamm, J. S. (1985) The uncertainty principle in psychology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(4):553–54. [aDCD]
Stevens, S. S. (1975) Psychophysics: Introduction to its perceptual, neural and social prospects. John Wiley. [RT]
Stich, S. (1978) Belief and subdoxastic states. Philosophy of Science 45(4):499518. [NB]
Stone, S. A. (1926) Prior entry in the auditory-tactual complication. American Journal of Psychology 37:284–87. [MT]
Stone, T. & Davies, M. (in press) Cognitive neuropsychology and the philosophy of mind. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. [AWY]
Suga, N. (1988) Auditory neuroethology and speech processing: Complexsound processing by combination-sensitive neurons. In: Auditory function: Neurobiological bases of hearing, ed. Edelman, G. M., Gall, W. E. & Cowan, W. M.. John Wiley [ALR]
Taylor, J. L. & McCloskey, D. I. (1990) Triggering of preprogrammed movements as reactions to masked stimuli. Journal of Neurophysiology 63:439–46. [rDCD, BL]
Teghtsoonian, R. (1971) On the exponents in Stevens' law and the constant in Ekman's law. Psychological Review 78:7180. [RT]
Teghtsoonian, R. (1974) On facts and theories in psychophysics: Does Ekman's law exist? In: Sensation and measurement: Papers in honor of S. S. Stevens, ed. Moskowitz, H. R., Scharf, B. & Stevens, J. C.. Reidel. [RT]
Teranishi, R. (1977) Critical rate for identification and information capacity in hearing system. Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan 33:136–43. [RMW]
Ternus, J. (1926/1938) Experimentelle Untersuchung über phänomenale Identität. Psychologische Furschung 7:81136. Reprinted as The problem of phenomenal identity. In: A sourcebook of gestalt psychology, ed. W. D. Ellis. Routledge & Kegan Paul. [MT]
Thomas, I. B., Cetti, R. P. & Chase, P. W. (1971) Effect of silent intervals on the perception of temporal order of vowels. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 49:84. [RMW]
Treisman, M. (1963) Temporal discrimination and the indifference interval: Implications for a model of the “internal clock.” Psychological Monographs 77(Whole no. 576): 140. [MT]
Treisman, M. (1964) The effect of one stimulus on the threshold for another: An application of signal detectability theory. British Journal of Statistical Psychology 17:1535. [MT]
Treisman, M. (1984) Temporal rhythms and cerebral rhythms. In: Timing and time perception, ed. J. Gibbon & L. Allan. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 423:542–65. [MT]
Treisman, M., Faulkner, A., Naish, P. & Brogan, D. (1990) The internal clock: Evidence for a temporal oscillator underlying time perception with some estimates of its characteristic frequency. Perception (in press). [MT]
Treisman, M. & Howarth, C. I. (1959) Changes in threshold level produced by a signal preceding or following the threshold stimulus. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 11:129–42. [MT]
Uttal, W. R. (1973) The psychobiology of sensory coding. Harper & Row. [GSW]
Uttal, W. R. (1978) The psychobiology of mind. Erlbaum. [MV]
Uttal, W. R. (1979) Do central nonlinearities exist? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2(2):286. [aDCD]
Van der Waals, H. G. & Roelofs, C. O. (1930) Optische Scheinbewegung. Zeitschrift für Psychologie und Physiologie des Sinnesorgane 114:241–88. (Also [1931] 115:91–190.) [arDCD]
Van Gulick, R. (1985) Conscious wants and self-awareness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:555–56. [aDCD]
Van Gulick, R. (1991) Consciousness may still have a processing role to play. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14(4):699700. [MV]
Van Gulick, R. (forthcoming) Understanding the phenomenal mind: Are we all just armadillos? In: M. Davies & G. Humphreys. Consciousness: A mind and language reader. Blackwell. [NB]
Velmans, M. (1991) Is human information processing conscious? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14(4):651669. [aDCD]
Velmans, M. (1991a) Consciousness from a first-person perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14(4):702–19. [MV]
Vendler, Z. (1972) Res cogitans. Cornell University Press. [aDCD]
Vendler, Z. (1984) The matter of minds. Clarendon Press. [aDCD]
Volpe, B. T., LeDoux, J. E. & Gazzaniga, M. S. (1979) Information processing of visual stimuli in an “extinguished” field. Nature 282:722–24. [MJF]
von der Malsburg, C. (1987) Synaptic plasticity as basis of brain organization. In: The neural and molecular bases of learning, ed. Changeux, J.-P., Konishi, M., Konferenzen, D. & Bernhard, S.. John Wiley. [rDCD, ARD]
Wallace, M. A. & Farah, M. J. (in press) Savings in relearning as a measure of “covert recognition” in prosopagnosia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. [MJF]
Warren, R. M. (1974a) Auditory temporal discrimination by trained listeners. Cognitive Psychology 6:237–56. [RMW]
Warren, R. M. (1974b) Auditory pattern discrimination by untrained listeners. Perception & Psychophysics 15:495500. [RMW]
Warren, R. M. (1981) Measurement of sensory intensity. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 4:175223. [RMW]
Warren, R. M. & Ackroff, J. M. (1976) Two types of auditory sequence perception. Perception & Psychophysics 20:387–94. [RMW]
Warren, R. M., Bashford, J. A. Jr., & Gardner, D. A. (1990) Tweaking the lexicon: Organization of vowel sequences into words. Perception & Psychophysics 47:423–32. [RMW]
Warren, R. M., Gardner, D. A., Brubaker, B. S. & Bashford, J. A. Jr., (1991) Melodic and nonmelodic sequences of tones: Effects of duration on perception. Music Perception 8:277–90. [RMW]
Warren, R. M. & Obusek, C. J. (1972) Identification of temporal order within auditory sequences. Perception & Psychophysics 12:8690. [RMW]
Warren, R. M. & Warren, R. P. (1968) Helmholtz on perception: Its physiology and development. John Wiley. [RMW]
Wasserman, G. S. (1985) Neural/mental chronometry and chronotheology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(4):556–60. [aDCD, GSW]
Wasserman, G. S. & Kong, K.-L. (1979) Absolute timing of mental activities. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2(2):243304. [aDCD, GSW]
Wasserman, G. S., Wang-Bennett, W. T. & Miyamoto, R. T. (1990) Temporal dispersion in natural receptors and pattern discrimination mediated by artificial receptors (cochlear implants). In: Psychophysical explorations of mental structure, ed. Geissler, H.-G., Müller, M. H. & Prinz, W.. Hogrefe & Huber. [GSW]
Weiskrantz, L. (1986) Blindsight: A case study and implications. Oxford University Press (Oxford). [AWY]
Welch, R. B. (1978) Perceptual modification: Adapting to altered sensory environments. Academic Press. [aDCD]
Wertheirner, M. (1912) Experimentelle studien über das Sehen von Bewegung. Zeitschrift für Psychologie 61:161265. [aDCD]
Young, A. W. & de Haan, E. H. F. (1990) Impairments of visual awareness. Mind and Language 5:2948. [AWY]
Zak, M. (1991) Terminal chaos for information processing in neurodynamics. Biological Cybernetics 64:343351. [RAMG]

Related content

Powered by UNSILO

The Cartesian Theater stance

  • Bruce Glymour (a1), Rick Grush (a1), Valerie Gray Hardcastle (a1), Brian Keeley (a1), Joe Ramsey (a1), Oron Shagrir (a1) and Ellen Watson (a1)...

Metrics

Full text views

Total number of HTML views: 0
Total number of PDF views: 0 *
Loading metrics...

Abstract views

Total abstract views: 0 *
Loading metrics...

* Views captured on Cambridge Core between <date>. This data will be updated every 24 hours.

Usage data cannot currently be displayed.