Skip to main content Accessibility help

Vertically unparalleled

  • Ignatius G. Mattingly (a1) and Alvin M. Liberman (a1)


  • 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.



Hide All
Ackerknecht, E. (1958) Contributions of Gall and the phrenologists to knowledge of brain function. In: The brain and its function, ed. Poynter, F. N. L.. Blackwell. [CGG]
Ackerman, P. L., Schneider, W. & Wickens, C. D. (1984) Deciding the existence of a time-sharing ability: A combined methodological and theoretical approach. Human Factors 26 (1):7182. [EH]
Allport, D. A. (1977) On knowing the meaning of words we are unable to report: The effects of visual masking. In: Attention and Performance 6, ed. Dornic, S.. Erlbaum. [MK]
Allport, G. W. (1937) Personality: A psychological interpretation. Holt. [CGG]
Anderson, J. R. (1983) The architecture of cognition. Harvard University Press. [rJAF, HG, EH, MSS]
Atkinson, R. C. & Shiffrin, R. M. (1968) Human memory: A proposed system and its control processes. In: The psychology of learning and motivation, vol. 2, ed. Spence, K. W. & Spence, J. T.. Academic Press. [BS]
Bekerian, D. A. & Bowers, J. M. (1983) Eyewitness testimony: Were we misled? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition 9:139145. [JM]
Borges, J. L. (1966) Pascal's sphere. In: Other inquisitions. Washington Square Press. [JCM]
Boring, E. G. (1950) A history of experimental psychology. 2d ed.Appleton-Century-Crofts. [CGG]
Breland, K. & Breland, M. (1966) Animal behavior. Macmillan. [PRK]
Bruner, J. (1973) On Perceptual Readiness. In: Beyond the information given, ed. Anglin, J.. W. W. Norton & Co. [taJF]
Carpenter, G. A. & Grossberg, S. (1984) A neural theory of circadian rhythms: Split rhythms, after-effects, and motivational interactions. Submitted for publication. [SG]
Carroll, J. B. (1981) Ability and task difficulty in cognitive psychology. Educational Researcher 10:1121. [RJS]
Cattell, R. B. (1971) Abilities: Their structure, growth, and action. Houghton Mifflin. [JBC]
Cheng, K. (1984) The primacy of metric properties in the rat's sense of place. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania. [CRG] (in preparation) A purely geometric module in the rat's spatial representation. [CRG]
Chomsky, N. (1968) Language and mind. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. [GR]
Chomsky, N. (1980) Rules and representation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 3:162. [JM]
Clarke, E. & Dewhurst, K. (1972) An illustrated history of brain function. University of California Press. [CGG]
Coltheart, M., Patterson, K. & Marshall, J. C., eds. (1980) Deep dyslexia. Routledge and Kegan Paul. [MK]
Combe, G. (1824) Second dialogue between a philosopher of the old school and a phrenologist. Phrenological Journal and Miscellany 1:200–17. [JCM]
Corkin, S. (1968) Acquisition of motor skill after bilateral medial temporal-lobe excision. Neuropsychologia 6:255–65. [CGG]
Cowey, A. (1979) Cortical maps and visual perception. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 31:117. [MK]
Chain, S. & Fodor, J. D. (1984) How can grammars help parsers? In: Natural language parsing: Psychological, computational and theoretical perspectives, ed. Dowty, D. R., Karttunen, L. & Zwicky, A.. Cambridge University Press. [JDF]
Crawford, M. T. (1941) The cooperative solving by chimpanzees of problems requiring serial responses to color cues. Journal of Social Psychology, 13:259–80. [CRG]
Demos, E. V. (1974) Children's understanding in use of affect terms. Ph.D. dissertation. Harvard University. [JK]
Dewey, J. (1922) Human nature and conduct. Henry Holt and Co. [taJF]
Fahlman, S. A., Hinton, G. E. & Sejnowski, T. J. (1983) Massively parallel architectures for AI: NETL, Thistle, and Boltzmann machines. In: Proceedings of the national conference on artificial intelligence. National Conference on AI. [MSS]
Flanagan, O. (1984) The science of the mind. MIT/Bradford Books. [HG]
Flourens, P. (1846) Phrenology examined. Philadelphia: Hogan and Thompson. [JCM]
Fodor, J. A. (1965) Psychological explanation. Random House. [GR]
Fodor, J. A. (1975) The language of thought. Thomas Crowell. [GR, PWJ]
Fodor, J. A. (1981) Representations. MIT Press. [GR]
Fodor, J. A. (1983) The modularity of mind. MIT Press [EH, MK, JCM]
Fodor, J. A. (1984) Observation reconsidered. Philosophy of Science 51, 1:2343. [taJF]
Fodor, J. A., Bever, T. G. & Garrett, M. F. (1974) The psychology of language: An introduction to psycholinguistics and generative grammar. McGraw-Hill. [rJAF, JDF]
Ford, M., Bresnan, J. & Kaplan, R. M. (1982) A competence-based theory of syntactic closure. In: The mental representation of grammatical relations, ed. Bresnan, J.. MIT Press. [JDF]
Forster, K. I. (1979) Levels of processing and the structure of the language processor. In: Sentence processing: Psycholinguistic studies presented to Merrill Garrett, ed. Cooper, W. E. & Walker, E.. Erlbaum. [KIF, MSS]
Forster, K. I. (1981) Priming and the effects of sentence and lexical contexts on naming time: Evidence for autonomous lexical processing. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 33:465–95. [KIF]
Foss, D. J. (1982) A discourse on semantic priming. Cognitive Psychology 14:590607. [MSS]
Frazier, L. (1978) On comprehending sentences: Syntactic parsing strategies, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Connecticut. [JDF]
Frazier, L., Clifton, C. & Randall, J. (1983) Filling gaps: Decision principles and structure in sentence comprehension. Cognition 13:187222. [JDF]
Frazier, L. & Fodor, J. D. (1978) The sausage machine: A new two-stage parsing model. Cognition 6:291325. [JDF]
Gallistel, C. R. (1980) The organization of action: A new synthesis. Erlbaum. [PRK]
Gardner, H. (1983) Frames of mind: The theory of multiple intelligences. Basic Books. [HG, EH, JM]
Goodman, K. S. (1970) Reading: A psycholinguistic guessing game. In: Theoretical models and processes of reading, ed. Sinder, H. & Ruddell, R. B.. International Reading Association. [MSS]
Gregory, R. (1970) The intelligent eye. McGraw-Hill. [taJF]
Gross, G. (1973) Visual functions of inferotcmporal cortex. In: Handbook of sensory physiology, vol. 7, Pt. 3B, ed. Jung, R.. Springer-Verlag. [CGG]
Grossberg, S. (1980) How does a brain build a cognitive code? Psychological Review, 87:151. [SG]
Grossberg, S. (1982a) The processing of expected and unexpected events during conditioning and attention: A psychophysiological theory. Psychological Review 89:529–72. [SG]
Grossberg, S. (1982b) Studies of mind and brain: Neural principles of learning, perception, development, cognition, and motor control. Reidel Press. [SG]
Grossberg, S. (1983) The quantized geometry of visual space: The coherent computation of depth, form, and lightness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6:625–92 [SG]
Grossberg, S. (1984a) Some psychophysiological and pharmacological correlates of a developmental, cognitive, and motivational theory. In: Brain and information: Event related potentials, ed. Karrer, R., Cohen, J., & Tueting, P.. New York Academy of Sciences. [SG]
Grossberg, S. (1984b) Some normal and abnormal behavioral syndromes due to transmitter gating of opponent processes. Biological Psychiatry, in press. [SG]
Grossberg, S. (1984c) Unitization, automaticity, temporal order, and word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, in press. [SG]
Head, H. (1926) Aphasia and kindred disorders of speech. Cambridge University Press. [CGG, HG]
Hearst, E. & Jenkins, H. M. (1974) Sign-tracking: The stimulus-reinforcer relation and directed action. The Psychonomic Society. [PRK]
Hebb, D. O. (1949). The organization of behavior. Wiley. [KIF]
Hirst, W., Spelke, E. S., Reaves, G. C., Caharack, C. & Neisser, U. (1980) Dividing attention without alternation or automaticity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 109:98117. [EH]
Horn, J. L. (1978) Human ability systems. In: Life-span development and behavior, vol. 1, ed. Baltes, P. B., Academic Press. [JBC]
Hunt, E. (1978) Mechanics of verbal ability. Psychological Review 85 (2):109–30. [EH]
Hunt, E. (1980) Intelligence as an information-processing concept. British Journal of Psychology 71:449–74. [RJS]
Hunt, E. (1983) On the nature of intelligence. Science 219:141–46. [EH]
Hunt, E., Davidson, J. & Lansman, M. (1981) Individual differences in long term memory access'. Memory and Cognition 9(6):599608. [EH]
Jacoby, L. L. (1983) Perceptual enhancement: Persistent effects of an experience. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition 9:2138. [JM]
Johnson-Laird, P. N. (1980) Mental models in cognitive science. Cognitive Science 4:71115. [JM]
Johnson-Laird, P. N. (1983) Mental models: Towards a cognitive science of language inference and consciousness. Cambridge University Press. [JM]
Kagan, J. (1981) The second year. Harvard University Press. [JK]
Kahneman, D., Slovic, P. & Tiersky, A. (1982) Judgment under uncertainty: Heuristics and biases. Cambridge University Press. [JM]
Kant, I. (1787/1966) Critique of pure reason. Trans. Müller, F. M.. Anchor Books. [GR]
Katz, J. & Fodor, J. A. (1963) The structure of a semantic theory. Language 39:170210. [KIF]
Kerr, F. B., Condon, S. & McDonald, L. A. (1983) Cognitive spatial processing and the regulation of posture. Proceedings of the Psychomic Society Annual Meeting (abstract). [EH]
Kimball, J. (1973) Seven principles of surface structure parsing in natural language. Cognition 2:1547. [JDF]
Krueger, J. & Osherson, D. (1980) On the psychology of structural similarity. In: Nature of thought: Essays in honor of D. Hebb, ed. Juscyzk, P. W. & Klein, R. M.. Erlbaum. [GR]
Kuhn, T. (1970) The structure of scientific revolutions. University of Chicago Press. [BS]
LaBerge, D. & Samuels, S. J. (1974) Toward a theory of automatic information processing in reading. Cognitive Psychology 6:293323. [BS]
Lansman, M., Poltrock, S. E. & Hunt, E. (1983) Individual differences in the vability to focus and divide attention. Intelligence 7(3):299312. [EH]
Lashley, K. S. (1951) The problem of serial order in behavior. In: Cerebral mechanisms and behavior, ed. Jeffress, L. A.. Wiley. [PRK]
Lee, D. N. & Reddish, P. E. (1981). Plummeting gannets: A paradigm of ecological optics. Nature 293:293–94. [IGM]
Leeper, R. (1935) A study of neglected portion of learning – the development of sensory organization. Journal of Genetic Psychology 46:4175. [SG]
Lewes, G. H. (1867, 1871) The history of philosophy from Thales to Comte. Longmans. [CGG]
Liberman, A. M., Isenberg, D. & Rakerd, B. (1981). Duplex perception of cues for stop consonants: Evidence for a phonetic mode. Perception & Psychophysics 30:133–43. [IGM]
Luria, A. R. (1966) The higher cortical functions in man. Basic Books. [HG, MK]
McCarthy, J. & Hayes, P. (1969) Some philosophical problems from the standpoint of artificial intelligence. In: Machine intelligence, ed. Meltzer, B. & Michie, D.. Elsevier. [BS]
McClelland, J. & Rumelhart, D. M. (1981) An interactive-activation model of context effects in letter perception. Part 1: An account of basic findings. Psychological Review 88:375407. (MSS]
McNemar, Q. (1964) Lost: Our intelligence? Why?. American Psychologist 19:871–82. [EH]
Mann, V. A. & Liberman, A. M. (1983). Some differences between phonetic and auditory modes of perception. Cognition 14:211–35. [IGM]
Marcel, A. J. (1974) Perception with and without awareness. Paper to the Experimental Psychology Society, Stirling. [MK]
Marcus, M. P. (1980) A theory of syntactic recognition for natural language MIT Press. [JDF]
Marshalek, B., Lohman, D. F. & Snow, R. E. (1983) The complexity continuum in the radex and hierarchial models of intelligence. Intelligence 7:107–28. [EH]
Marshall, J. C. (1980) On the biology of language acquisition. In: Biological studies of mental processes, ed. Caplan, D.. MIT Press. [JCM]
Marshall, J. C. (1984) Multiple perspectives on modularity. Cognition 7, in press. [JCM]
Meadows, J. C. (1974) Disturbed perception of colours associated with localized cerebral lesions. Brain 97:615–32. [CGG]
Mehler, J., Morton, J. & Jusczyk, P. W. (1984) On reducing language to biology. Cognitice Neuropsychology 1:82116. [JM, PWJ]
Merzenich, M. & Knas, J. (1980) Principles of organization of sensory-perceptual systems in mammals. Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology 9:142. [MK]
Moore, B. R. (1973) The role of directed Pavlovian reactions in simple instrumental learning in the pigeon. In: Constraints on Learning, ed. Hinde, R. A. & Hinde, J.. Academic Press. [PRK]
Morton, J. & Patterson, K. (1980). A new attempt at an interpretation, or, an attempt at a new interpretation. In: Deep dyslexia, ed. Coltheart, M., Patterson, K. & Marshall, J.. Routledge and Kegan Paul. [JM]
Murray, E. A. & Mishkin, M. (1982) Amygdalectomy but not hippocampectomy impairs cross-modal delayed non-matching-to-sample in monkeys. Neuroscience Abstracts 8:23. [CGG]
Newcombe, F. & Marshall, J. C. (1981). On psycholinguistic classifications of the acquired dyslexias. Bulletin of the Orion Society 31:2946. [JM]
Newell, A. (1982) The knowledge level. Artificial Intelligence 18:87127. [BS]
Norman, D. A. (1981) Categorization of action slips. Psychological Review 88:115. [PRK]
Palmer, J. C., MacLeod, C. M., Hunt, E. & Davidson, J. (1984) Information processing correlates of reading. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, in press. [EH]
Parkinson, J. K. & Mishkin, M. (1982) A selective mnemonic role for the hippocampus in monkeys: Memory for the location of objects. Ncuroscience Abstracts 8:23. [CGG]
Pellegrino, J. W. & Glaser, R.. (1980) Components of inductive reasoning. In: Aptitude, learning, and instruction, vol. 1, Cognitive process analyses of aptitude, ed. Snow, R. E., Federico, P.-A. & Montague, W.. Erlbaum. [RJS]
Pierce, C. S. (1901/1955) Abduction and induction. In: Philosophical writings of Pierce, ed. Buchler, J.. Dover. Orig. pub. 1901. [GR]
Popper, K. R. & Eceles, J. C. (1977) The self and its brain. Springer-Verlag. [JCM]
Posner, M. (1978) Chronometric studies of mind. Erlbaum. [MK]
Posner, M. L. & Snyder, C. R. R. (1975) Attention and cognitive control. In: Information processing and cognition, ed. Solso, R. L.. Erlbaum. [KIF, BS]
Rabinowicz, T. (1979) The differentiate maturation of the human cerebral cortex. In: Human Growth, vol. 3 ed. Falkner, F. & Tanner, J. M.. Plenum. [JK]
Rand, T. C. (1974). Diehotic release from masking for speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 55:678–80. [IGM]
Ratcliff, J. (1983) Inference processes in the early stages of sentence comprehension: A study of the plausibility effect. Ph. D. dissertation, Monash University. [KIF]
Reid, Thomas. (1764) An Inquiry into the human mind. [JAF, DNR]
Remez, R. E., Rubin, P. E.Pisoni, D. B. & Carrell, T. D. (1981). Speech perception without traditional speech cues. Science 212:947–50. [IGM]
Repp, B. H., Milburn, C. & Ashkenas, J. (1983). Duplex perception: Confirmation of fusion. Perception & Psychophysics 33:333–37. [IGM]
Ribot, T. (1906) Diseases of memory. 5th Ed.Regan, Paul, Trench, Trubner, [CGG]
Robinson, D. N. (1976a; rev. ed. 1981) An intellectual history of psychology. Macmillan. [DNR]
Robinson, D. N. (1976b) Thomas Reid's Gestalt psychology. Philosophical Monographs 3:4454. [DNR]
Robinson, D. N. (1979) Systems of modern psychology: A critical sketch. Columbia University Press. [DNR]
Robinson, D. N. & Beauchamp, T. L. (1978) Personal identity: Reid's answer to Hume. The Monist 61:325–39. [DNR]
Rock, I. (1983) The logic of perception. MIT Press. [taJF]
Rozin, P. (1976) The evolution of intelligence and access to the cognitive unconscious. Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology 6:245–80. [HG]
Rumelhart, D. E. (1980) Schemata: The building blocks of cognition. In: Theoretical issues in reading comprehension, ed. Spiro, R., Bruce, B. & Brewer, W.. Erlbaum. [JM]
Salmon, W. (1971) Statistical explanation and statistical relevance. University of Pittsburgh Press. [CGG]
Schank, R. C. (1972) Conceptual dependence: A theory of natural language understanding. Cognitive Psychology 3:552631. [HG]
Schank, R. C. (1982) Dynamic memory: A theory of reminding in computers and people. Cambridge University Press. [RCS]
Schwartz, M. F. & Schwartz, B. (1984) In defense of organology: Jerry Fodor's Modularity of mind. Cognitive Neuropsychology 1:2542. [BS]
Seidenberg, M. S. (in press) The time course of information activation and utilization in visual word recognition. In: Reading research: Advances in theory and practice, vol. 5, ed. Besner, D., Waller, T. G. & MacKinnon, G. E.. Academic Press. [MSS]
Seidenberg, M. S. & Tanenhaus, M. K. (in press). Modularity and lexical access. In: Studies in cognitive science: Papers from the McCill workshops, ed. Gopnik, I.. Ablex. [rJAF, MSS]
Seidenberg, M. S., Waters, G. S., Sanders, M. & Langer, P. (1984) Pre-and post-lexical loci of contextual effects on word recognition. Memory & Cognition 12:315–28. [MSS]
Sellers, M. J. (1979) The enhancement of memory in Costa Rican children. Ph.D. dissertation. Harvard University. [JK]
Seymour, P. H. K. (1979) Human visual cognition. Collier Macmillan. [JM]
Shallice, T. (1981) Neurological impairment of cognitive processes. British Medical Journal 37:187–92. [JM]
Shettleworth, S. J. (1980) Reinforcement and the organization of behavior in golden hamsters: Brain stimulation reinforcement for seven action patterns. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 6:352–75. [PRK]
Shiffrin, R. & Schneider, W. (1977) Controlled and automatic human information processing: 2. Perceptual learning, automatic attending and a general theory. Psychological Review 84:127–90. [PWJ]
Skinner, B. F. (1935; 1972) The generic nature of stimulus and response. Reprinted in Cumulative Record (3rd ed). Appleton-Century-Crofts. [PRK]
Spearman, C. (1927) The abilities of man. Macmillan. [EH]
Spencer, H. (1851) Social studies. Chapman. [CGG]
Sperry, R. W. (1945). The problem of central nervous reorganization after nerve regeneration and muscle transposition: A critical review. Quarterly Review of Biology 20:311–69. [ PRK]
Spurzheim, J. G. (1934) Phrenology or the doctrine of the mental phenomena. 3d Amer. Ed.Marsh, Capen and Lyon. [CGG]
Staddon, J. E. R. (1983) Adaptive behavior and learning. Cambridge University Press. [PRK]
Stanovich, K. E. (1980) Toward an interactive-compensatory model of individual differences in the development of reading fluency. Reading Research Quarterly 16:3271. [EH, MSS]
Sternberg, R. J. (1981) The evolution of theories of intelligence. Intelligence 5:209–30. [RJS]
Sternberg, R. J. (1982) Reasoning, problem solving and intelligence. In: Handbook of human intelligence, ed. Sternberg, R. J., Cambridge University Press. [JBC]
Sternberg, R. J. (1984). Toward a triarchic theory of human intelligence. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7:269315. [RJS]
Sternberg, R. J. & Powell, J. S. (1983) Comprehending verbal comprehension. American Psychologist 38:878–93. [EH]
Swinney, D. (1979) Lexical access during sentence comprehension: (Re)consideration of context effects. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior 18:645–59. [KIF]
Thurstone, L. L. (1947) Multiple-factor analysis. University of Chicago Press. [JBC]
Tinklepaugh, O. L. (1932) Multiple delayed reactions with chimpanzees and monkeys. Journal of Comparative Psychology 13:207–43. [CRC]
Turvey, M. T., Shaw, R. E., Reed, E. S., Mace, W. M. (1981) Ecological laws of perceiving and acting. In reply to Fodor and Pylyshyn. Cognition 5:237304. [HC]
Tversky, A. & Kahneman, D. (1981) The framing of decisions and the psychology of choice. Science 211:453–58. [BS]
Valenstein, E. S. (1973) Brain stimulation and motivation: Research and commentary. Harper & Row. [PRK]
von der Heydt, R., Peterhans, E. & Baumgartner, G. (1984) Illusory contours and cortical neuron responses. Science 224:1260–62. [SG]
Wagner, S. et al. (1981). Metaphorical mapping in human infants. Child Development 52:728–31. [JK]
Wanner, E. & Maratsos, M. (1978) An ATN approach to comprehension. In: Linguistic theory and psychological reality, ed. Halle, M., Bresnan, J. & Miller, G. A.. MIT Press. [JDF)
Warren, R. (1970) Perceptual restoration of missing speech sounds. Science 167:392–93. [DC]
Weiss, P. (1941) Self-differentiation of the basic patterns of coordination. Comparative Psychology Monographs 17(4). [PRK]
Wong, E. & Weisstein, N. (1983) Sharp targets are detected better against a figure and blurred targets are detected better against a background. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 9:194202. [EH]
Woodger, J. H. (1952). Biology and language. Cambridge University Press. [JK]
Young, R. M. (1970) Mind, brain and adaptation in the nineteenth century. Clarendon. [CGG, JCM]
Zajonc, R. B. (1980) Feeling and thinking: Preferences need no inferences. American Psychologist 35:151–75. [MK]
Zeki, S. M. (1978) The cortical projections of foveal striate cortex in the rhesus monkey. Journal of Psychology 277:227–44. [MK]
Zihl, J., Von Cramon, D. & Mai, N. (1983) Selective disturbance of movement vision after bilateral brain damage. Brain 106:313–40. [CGG]

Vertically unparalleled

  • Ignatius G. Mattingly (a1) and Alvin M. Liberman (a1)


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