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Consciousness Bibliography, Consciousness References, Perception Bibliography,

Perception References, Sensation Bibliography, and Sensation References

anonymous (-1900) Moscow Papyrus or Golenischev Papyrus. Thebes. [mathematics]


anonymous (-1500 to -900) Vedas. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (-1500 to -1200) Rig Veda or Rigveda or Rig-veda or Veda of Praises or
First Veda. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (-1500 to -1200) Sama Veda or Samaveda or Sama-veda or Veda of Holy
Songs or Veda of Hymns or Second Veda. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (-1500 to -1200) Yajur Veda or Yajurveda or Yajur-veda or Veda of
Rituals or Third Veda. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (-1500 to -900) Atharva Veda or Atharvaveda or Atharva-veda or Aggvana
or Ahavana Veda or Veda of Charms or Fourth Veda. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (-1500 to 200/1783 to 1794) Manu-smriti or Manu Smriti or Manusmriti
or Laws of Manu or Institutions of Manu. Translated by William Jones.
India/London. [religion]
anonymous (-1000 to -550) Torah or Law or Teachings or Instructions. Yahwist (J)
source -1000 to -950, Elohist (E) source -922, Deuteronomic (D) source -700 to -
650, and Priestly (P) source -550. Jerusalem. [Judaism] [religion]
anonymous (-500 to -200) Bhavisya Purana or Treatise on Being. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (-500 to -200) Puranas or Histories or Suhrit-Sammitas or Friendly
Treatises. India. [religion]
anonymous (-250 to -130) Septuagint. Greek translation of the Jewish scriptures.
Alexandria. [Judaism] [religion]
anonymous (-100 to 600) Prajna Paramita Sutras or Prajnaparamita Sutras or
Prajna-paramita Sutras or Perfection of Wisdom Sutras or Wisdom Gone to the
Other Shore Sutras. Contains the Heart of Prajnaparamita (goddess of
Transcendental Wisdom) Sutra or Heart Sutra and the Diamond Sutra. India.
[Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (65) Book of Hebrews. Palestine. [Christianity] [religion]
anonymous (70 to 200) Fayyum Fragment. Fayum, Egypt. [Christianity] [religion]
anonymous (100 to 200) Agamas or Traditional Doctrine or Fifth Veda. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (100 to 400) Lankavatarasutra or Lankavatara Sutra or Discourses on
Entering Sri Lanka. India. [Mahayana Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (193) Anonymous Anti-Montanist. Rome. [Christianity] [religion]
anonymous (200 to 250) Didascalia Apostolorum or the Catholic Teaching of the
Twelve Apostles and Holy Disciples of Our Savior. Rome. [Christianity]
[religion]
anonymous (200 to 700) Zand or Zand-Avesta or Commentary on the Avesta. Persia.
[religion] [Zoroastrianism]
anonymous (300 to 400) Guhyasamaja Tantra or Secret Assembly. India. [Buddhism]
[religion]
anonymous (300) Ulpiani Regularum liber singularis or Ulpiani Regulae or Tituli
ex Corpore Ulpiani or Epitome Ulpiani or Ulpian Rules. Rome. [law]
anonymous (390 to 438) Lex Dei quam precepit Dominus ad Moysen or Law which God
gave to Moses or Collatio legum Mosaicaruni et Romanarum or Comparison of Mosaic
and Roman Laws. Rome. [law]
anonymous (400) Surya Siddhanta or Sun Principles. India. [mathematics]
anonymous (600 to 1100) Chandamaharosana Tantra. Chandamaharosana is a Buddhist
god. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (600 to 700) Bakhshali Manuscript. Bakhshali, Pakistan. [mathematics]
anonymous (600 to 700) Lex Rhodia or Rhodian Law or Law of Rhodes. Rhodes. [law]
anonymous (600 to 800) Hevajra Tantra. Hevajra is a Buddhist god. India.
[Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (700) Brehon Laws. Ireland. [law]
anonymous (760 to 800) Hadith or Traditions. Medina, Saudi Arabia. [Islam]
[religion]
anonymous (760 to 800) Qur'an or Koran. Damascus. [Islam] [religion]
anonymous (800 to 1000) Lakshmi Tantra. Lakshmi is a Hindu goddess. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (900 to 1000) Kalachakra Tantra or Time Wheels. Kalachakra is a
Buddhist god. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (927) Yengishiki or Institutes of the period of Yengi or Shinto
Rituals. Heian-kyo (Kyoto). [religion] [Shintoism]
anonymous (1000 to 1500) Kularnava Tantra or Kaula School of Shaktism Doctrine.
India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Abhidhanottara Tantra or The Union of Female and Male
Deities. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Chakrasambhara Tantra or Master of Wheels. India.
[Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Chinnamasta Tantra. Chinnamasta is a Hindu and Tantric
Buddhist goddess. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Ganapati Tantra. Ganesh is a Hindu god. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Gandharva Tantra or Celestial Musician Doctrine. India.
[Hinduism] [music] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Guptasadhana Tantra or Secret Means. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Jnanarnava Tantra or Ocean of Knowledge Method or
Kakachandishvarakalpa Tantra. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kali Tantra. Kali is a Hindu goddess. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kalivilasa Tantra or Past Forms of Kali. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kamakhya Tantra. Kamakhya is a Hindu mother goddess.
India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kaulavali Nimaya Tantra or Kaula. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kubjika Tantra. Kubjika is a Hindu goddess. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kulachudamani Tantra or Crest-jewel of Kaula. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kundalini Tantra or Coiled Energy. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Kurukulla Tantra or Red Tara. Tara is a Buddhist
goddess. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Mahakala Tantra. Mahakala is a Hindu and Buddhist god.
India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Mahavairochana Tantra. Mahavairochana is a Buddhist
god. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Malinivijayottara Tantra or Seed Necklace method.
India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Manjusri Mula Tantra or Foundation of the Holy and
Beautiful. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Matrikabheda Tantra or Ideological Book House. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Maya Tantra or Illusion. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Netra Tantra or Eye. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Nila Tantra or Dark Blue. Nila is the monkey king.
India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Niruttara Tantra or Having No Better. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Nirvana Tantra or Bliss. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Sammohana Tantra or Greatly Bewildering Doctrine.
India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Samvarodaya Tantra or Rain. India. [Buddhism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Saraswati Tantra. Saraswati is a Hindu goddess. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Svacchanda Tantra or Spontaneous. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Tantraraja Tantra or Meditation. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Tara Tantra. Tara is a Buddhist goddess. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Todala Tantra or Toda Tribe. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Vajrapatala Tantra or Striking Thunderbolt. India.
[Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Vajrayogini Tantra or Female Thunderbolt. Vajrayogini
is a Buddhist goddess. India. [Buddhism] [religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Vinashikha Tantra or Precise Guitar. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Yogini Tantra or Female Yogi. India. [Hinduism]
[religion]
anonymous (1000 to 1600) Yoni Tantra or Divine Passage or Womb. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1100) Russian Primary Chronicle. Kiev. [history]
anonymous (1191) La Charte d'Oleroun des juggementz de la mier or Code of
Oleron. Oleron Island, France. [law]
anonymous (1216) Compilatio quarta or Fourth Compilation. Rome. [law]
anonymous (1240) Gutalagen or Sea Laws of Gotland or Visby Laws. Wisley,
Germany. [law]
anonymous (1300 to 1400) Kalikapurana or Kalika Tantra. Kali or Kalika is a
Hindu goddess. India. [Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1300 to 1400) Kamaratna Tantra or Precious Pleasure. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1350) Codex Vindobonensis Mexicanus. Oaxaca, Mexico. [history]
anonymous (1500 to 1600) Mahanirvana Tantra or Great Liberation Doctrine. India.
[Hinduism] [religion]
anonymous (1568 to 1610) Douay Version of the Bible or Douai Version of the
Bible. Douai, France. [Christianity] [religion]
anonymous (1580) la Coutume de Paris or Paris Coutumes or French Customary Laws.
Paris. [law]
anonymous (1582) Corpus Juris Canonici or Canon Law. Rome. [law]
anonymous (1582) Rheims Testament. Douai, France. [Christianity] [religion]
anonymous (1611) King James version of the Bible. London: Church of England.
[Christianity] [religion]
anonymous (1782/1951) Dobrotolubiye or Writings from the Philokalia, the Prayer
of the Heart. Translated by Eugenie Kadleigh (Kadloubovsky) and Gerald Eustace
Howell Palmer. Moscow/Venice/London: Faber and Faber. [religion]
anonymous (1884/1954) The Pilgrim Continues His Way. Translated from Russian
Orthodox traditional writings by Reginald M. French. London: SPCK. [religion]
anonymous (1884/1954) The Way of a Pilgrim. Translated from Russian Orthodox
traditional writings by Reginald M. French. London: SPCK. [religion]
anonymous (1917) Codex Juris Canonici or Code of Canon Law. Rome. [law]
anonymous (1924) Hague Rules. Brussels. [law]
anonymous (1959) Information Processing: Proceedings of the International
Conference on Information Processing. Paris: UNESCO. [computer science]
anonymous (1968) Contributions to Mathematical Logic, Colloquium, Hannover,
1966. Amsterdam: North-Holland. [logic] [mathematics]
anonymous (1968) Hague-Visby Rules or Brussels Protocol of Amendments to the
Hague Rule. Brussels. [law]
anonymous (1987) Directions in Chaos. Singapore: World Scientific. [chaos
theory]
anonymous (1996) The Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology. Translated by Richard
Aldrington. London: Chancellor Press. [anthropology] [religion]
anonymous (1998 and 2004) Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and
Cybernetics. Piscataway, NJ: IEEE. [cognition]
Abarbanel, Henry D. I.; and Rabinovich, Mikhail I. (2001) Neurodynamics:
Nonlinear dynamics and neurobiology. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 11(4): 423-
430. [neurons]
Abbott, Alison (2002) Music, maestro, please! Nature 416: 12-14. [hearing]
[music]
Abbott, Edwin A. (1926) Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. London: Seeley.
[mathematics]
Abbott, Larry F.; Rolls, Edmund T.; and Tovee, Martin J. (1996) Representational
capacity of face coding in monkeys. Cerebral Cortex 6: 498-505. [coding]
[primates] [representation]
Abe, K.; Yokoyama, R.; and Yorifuji, S. (1993) Repetitive speech disorder
resulting from infarcts in the paramedian thalami and midbrain. Journal of
Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 56: 1024-1026. [brain] [thalamus]
Abelard, Peter (1120) Sic et Non or Aye and Nay. Cluny. [epistemology]
Abelard, Peter (1121 to 1125) Dialectica or Dialectics. Cluny. [epistemology]
Abelard, Peter (1132) Historia Calamitatum or Story of My Misfortunes. Cluny.
[history]
Abelard, Peter (1136 to 1140) Introductio ad Theologiam or Introduction to
Theology. Cluny. [religion]
Abeles, Moshe (1991) Corticonics: Neural Circuits of the Cerebral Cortex.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [cortex] [neural circuits]
Abeles, Moshe; Bergman, Hagai; Margalit, Eyal; and Vaadia, Eilon (1993)
Spatiotemporal firing patterns in the frontal cortex of behaving monkeys.
Journal of Neurophysiology 70: 1629-1638. [behavior] [coding] [frontal lobe]
[primates]
Abelson, Robert P. (1981) Psychological status of the script concept. American
Psychologist 36: 715-729. [psychology] [script]
Aberle, David F. (1966) The Peyote Religion among the Navajo. Chicago: Aldine.
[drug] [religion]
Abhari, Athir al-Din (1264) al-Isaghugi fi al-Mantiq or Commentary on the
Isagoge. Abhar, Zanjan, Persia. [philosophy]
Abhinavagupta (975 to 1025) Abhinavabharati or Commentary on Bharata Muni's
Natyasastra. Kashmir. [religion]
Abhinavagupta (975 to 1025) Shakti of Vairocana or Locana or Eye or Divine Power
of the Great Illuminator. Vairocana is a Buddhist god. Kashmir. [religion]
Abhinavagupta (975 to 1025) Tantraloka or Light on the Tantras. Kashmir.
[religion]
Aboitiz, Francisco; Rodriguez, Eugenio; Olivares, Ricardo; and Zaidel, Eran
(1996) Age-related changes in fibre composition of the human corpus callosum:
Sex differences. NeuroReport 7(11): 1761-1764. [aging] [split brain]
Aboitiz, Francisco; Scheibel, Arnold B.; Fisher, Robin S.; and Zaidel, Eran
(1992) Fiber composition of the human corpus callosum. Brain Research 598: 143-
153. [corpus callosum]
Abraham, Karl (1921) Contributions to the Theory of the Anal Character. Berlin.
[psychoanalysis]
Abraham, Karl (1924) Short Study of the Development of the Libido. Berlin.
[psychoanalysis]
Abrams, Murray H. (1953) The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the
Critical Tradition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [criticism]
Abrams, Richard A.; and Landgraf, Jonathan Z. (1990) Differential use of
distance and location information for spatial localization. Perception and
Psychophysics 47: 349-359. [vision]
Abrams, Richard L.; and Greenwald, Anthony G. (2000) Parts outweigh the whole
(word) in unconscious analysis of meaning. Journal of Psychological Science 11:
118-124. [language] [unconsciousness]
Abrams, Richard L.; Klinger, Mark R.; and Greenwald, Anthony G. (2002)
Subliminal words activate semantic categories (not automated motor responses).
Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 9: 100-106. [language]
Accursius, Franciscus (1230) Glossa Ordinaria or Great Gloss. Bologna. [law]
Achaan Chah (1985) A Still Forest Pool. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books. [meditation]
Achim, Amélie M.; and Lepage, Martin (2005) Episodic memory-related activation
in schizophrenia: Meta-analysis. British Journal of Psychiatry 187(12): 500-509.
[memory] [schizophrenia]
Ackerman, Diane (1990) A Natural History of the Senses. New York: Random House.
[sensation]
Ackerman, Steven J.; Hilsenroth, Mark J.; Clemence, Amanda J.; Weatherill,
Robin; and Fowler, J. Christopher (2000) The effects of social cognition and
object representation on psychotherapy continuation. Bulletin of the Menninger
Clinic 64: 386-408. [cognition] [representation] [therapy]
Aczel, Amir D. (2000) Mystery of the Aleph. New York: Four Walls/Eight Windows.
[mathematics]
Adam, Barbara (1994) Perceptions of time. In: Tim Ingold (ed.), Companion
Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 503-526. London: Routledge. [anthropology]
[culture] [perception] [time]
Adams, Fred C. (2002) Our Living Multiverse. New York: Pi Press. [astronomy]
[physics]
Adams, J. Hume; Graham, David I.; and Jennett, Brian (2000) The neuropathology
of the vegetative state after acute insult. Brain 123: 1327-1338. [brain damage]
[thalamic intralaminar nuclei] [vegetative state]
Adams, James Truslow (1921) The Founding of New England. New York: Atlantic
Monthly Press. [history]
Adams, John K. (1957) Laboratory studies of behavior without awareness.
Psychological Bulletin 54: 383-405. [behavior] [unconsciousness]
Adams, Lewis; and Guz, Abraham (ed.) (1996) Respiratory Sensation. New York:
Dekker. [sensation]
Adams, Robert (2006) Idealism vindicated. In: Dean Zimmerman and Peter van
Inwagen (ed.), Persons: Human and Divine. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
[idealism]
Addams, Robert (1834) An account of a peculiar optical phenomenon seen after
having looked at a moving body. London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and
Journal of Science 5: 373-374. [vision]
Adelard of Bath (1137) Quaestiones Naturales or Natural Questions. Bath,
England. [philosophy]
Adelman, George; and Smith, Barry H. (ed.) (1987, 1999, and 2003) Encyclopedia
of Neuroscience, 1st edn., 2nd edn., 3rd edn. Amsterdam: Elsevier. [brain]
[neurons]
Adelson, Edward H. (1993) Perceptual organization and the judgment of
brightness. Science 262: 2042-2044. [vision]
Adelson, Edward H.; and Bergen, James R. (1985) Spatiotemporal energy models
perception of motion. Journal of the Optical Society of America A: Optics, Image
Science, and Vision 2: 284-299. [vision]
Adler, Alfred (1912) Über den nervösen Charakter or The Neurotic Constitution.
Wiesbaden: Bergmann. [mental illness]
Adler, Alfred (1922) Praxis und Theorie der Individual Psychologie or Practice
and Theory of Individual Psychology. Munich. [psychology] [self]
Adler, Alfred (1927) Menschenkenntnis or Understanding Human Nature. Translated
by Walter Beran Wolfe. Leipzig/New York: Hirzel/Greenberg. [psychology]
Adler, Mortimer J. (1952 and 1990) A Synopticon: An Index to the Great Ideas,
2nd edn. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica. [philosophy]
Adler, Mortimer J. (1958) The Idea of Freedom: A Dialectical Examination of the
Conceptions of Freedom. New York: Doubleday. [political science]
Adler, Mortimer J. (1992) The Great Ideas: A Lexicon of Western Thought. La
Salle, IL: Open Court. [philosophy]
Adolphs, Ralph A. (2003) Cognitive neuroscience of human social behavior. Nature
Reviews Neuroscience 4: 165-178. [behavior] [cognition]
Adolphs, Ralph A.; Damasio, Hanna; Tranel, Daniel; Cooper, Greg; and Damasio,
Antonio R. (2000) A role for somatosensory cortices in the visual recognition of
emotion as revealed by 3-D lesion mapping. Journal of Neuroscience 20: 2683-
2690. [brain lesion] [cognition] [emotion] [perception]
Adolphs, Ralph A.; Gosselin, Frederic; Buchanan, Tony W.; Tranel, Daniel;
Schyns, Philippe; and Damasio, Antonio R. (2005) A mechanism for impaired fear
recognition following amygdala damage. Nature 433: 68-72. [cognition]
Adolphs, Ralph A.; Tranel, Daniel; Damasio, Hanna; and Damasio, Antonio R.
(1994) Impaired recognition of emotion in facial expressions following bilateral
damage to the human amygdala. Nature 372: 669-672. [cognition] [emotion]
Adolphs, Ralph A.; Tranel, Daniel; Damasio, Hanna; and Damasio, Antonio R.
(1995) Fear and the human amygdala. Journal of Neuroscience 15: 5879-5891.
[amygdala] [emotion]
Adolphs, Ralph A.; Tranel, Daniel; Hamann, Stephan B.; Young, Andrew W.; Calder,
Andrew J.; Phelps, Elizabeth A.; Anderson, Adam K.; Lee, Gregory P.; and
Damasio, Antonio R. (1999) Recognition of facial emotion in nine individuals
with bilateral amygdala damage. Neuropsychologia 37: 1111-1117. [amygdala]
[brain damage] [emotion]
Adorno, Theodor W. (1933) Kierkegaard: Construction of the Aesthetic. Frankfurt.
[aesthetics]
Adorno, Theodor W. (1937) Against Epistemology: A Metacritique. Frankfurt.
[epistemology]
Adorno, Theodor W. (1951) Minima Moralia or Minimum Morals. Frankfurt. [ethics]
Adorno, Theodor W. (1965) Jargon of Authenticity. Frankfurt. [epistemology]
Adorno, Theodor W. (1966) Negative Dialectics. Frankfurt. [epistemology]
Adorno, Theodor W.; and Horkheimer, Max (1947) Dialectic of the Enlightenment.
Frankfurt. [epistemology]
Adrian, Edgar D. (1928) Basis of Sensation: The Action of the Sense Organs.
London: Christophers. [perception] [sensation]
Adrian, Edgar D.; Bremer, Frederic; and Jasper, Herbert H. (ed.) (1954) Brain
Mechanisms and Consciousness. Springfield, IL: Thomas. [brain] [consciousness]
Adrian, Richard H. (1980) The Nerve Impulse. Burlington, NC: Carolina Biological
Supply. [neurons]
Aenesidemus of Knossos (-100 to -50) Hypot posis eis ta pyrróneia or Outline of
Pyrrhonism. Knossos. [epistemology]
Aenesidemus of Knossos (-100 to -50) Katá sophías or Against wisdom. Knossos.
[epistemology]
Aenesidemus of Knossos (-100 to -50) Perí dzetéseos or On the search (for
truth). Knossos. [epistemology]
Aenesidemus of Knossos (-100 to -50) Perí sophías or On wisdom. Knossos.
[epistemology]
Aenesidemus of Knossos (-100 to -50) Pyrrhonian thoughts or Pyrrhonian
statements. Knossos. [epistemology]
Aertsen, Ad; and Braitenberg, Valentin (ed.) (1992) Information Processing in
the Cortex: Experiments and Theory, 139-173. Berlin: Springer. [coding]
[neurons]
Aftanas, Ljubomir I.; and Golocheikine, Simon A. (2002) Non-linear dynamic
complexity of the human EEG during meditation. Neuroscience Letters 330(2): 143-
146. [electroencephalography] [meditation]
Agassiz, Louis (1840) Études sur les glaciers or Study of Glaciers. Neuchâtel.
[earth science]
Agassiz, Louis (1851) Essay on Classification. Boston: Gould and Lincoln.
[biology] [evolution]
Aggelopoulos, Nikolaos C.; Franco, Leonardo; and Rolls, Edmund T. (2005) Object
perception in natural scenes: Encoding by inferior temporal cortex
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[coding] [perception] [temporal lobe]
Aggleton, John P. (ed.) (2000) The Amygdala: A Functional Analysis, 2nd edn.
Oxford: Oxford University Press. [amygdala]
Aghajanian, George K.; and Marek, Gerard J. (1999) Serotonin and hallucinogens.
Neuropsychopharmacology 21(Suppl. 1): S16-S23. [drug] [hallucinations]
Aglioti, Salvatore J.; DeSouza, Joseph F. X.; and Goodale, Melvyn A. (1995)
Size-contrast illusions deceive the eye but not the hand. Current Biology 5:
679-685. [binocular rivalry] [touch] [vision]
Agnesi, Maria Gaetana (1748 to 1749) Instituzioni analitiche ad uso della
gioventù Italiana or Analytic Institutions for Use by Italian Youth. Bologna.
[mathematics]
Agranoff, Bernard W. (1967) Memory and protein synthesis. Scientific American
216(6): 115-122. [cell] [memory]
Agricola, Rudolf (1479) De inventione dialectica or On dialectical inventions.
Dilligen. [epistemology]
Agrippa (50 to 90) Five Modes or Five Tropes. Rome. [epistemology]
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius (1506 to 1533) Epistles. Paris.
[philosophy]
Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius (1531) De occulta philosophia or On
occult philosophy. Antwerp. [mystical experience] [philosophy]
Aguirre, Geoffrey K.; Zarahn, Eric; and D'Esposito, Mark (1998) The variability
of human blood hemodynamic responses. Neuroimage 8: 360-369. [blood]
[perception]
Ahissar, Merav; and Hochstein, Shaul (2004) The reverse hierarchy theory of
visual perceptual learning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 8: 457-464. [vision]
Ahmed, Bashir; Anderson, John C.; Douglas, Rodney J.; Martin, Kevan A. C.; and
Nelson, J. Charmaine (1994) Polyneuronal innervation of spiny stellate neurons
in cat visual cortex. Journal of Comparative Neurology 341: 39-49. [vision]
Ahmes (-1650) Rhind papyrus or Ahmes Papyrus. Fayum, Egypt. [mathematics]
Aiello, Leslie C.; and Dunbar, Robin I. M. (1993) Neocortex size, group size,
and the evolution of language. Current Anthropology 34: 184-193. [cortex]
[evolution] [language]
Aiello, Leslie C.; and Wheeler, Peter (1995) The expensive-tissue hypothesis:
The brain and the digestive system in human and primate evolution. Current
Anthropology 36: 199-221. [brain] [evolution] [primates]
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y.; and Dixon, Robert M. W. (ed.) (2003) Studies in
Evidentiality. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [epistemology]
Ajdukiewicz, Kazimierz (1935) Die syntaktische konnexität or Syntactic
connexion. Studia Philosophica 1: 1-27. [epistemology]
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Akelaitis, Andrew J. (1941) Studies on corpus callosum: Higher visual functions
in each homonymous visual field following complete section of corpus callosum.
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 45: 788-798. [split brain]
Akelaitis, Andrew J. (1944) A study of gnosis, praxis and language following
section of the corpus callosum and anterior commissure. Journal of Neurosurgery
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