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Michael I. Jordan. 1995. Computational aspects of motor control and motor learning. In press:Heuer & Keele, Handbook of Perception and Action. [COG] google scholar
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Matthew A. Wilson and Bruce L. McNaughton. 1994. Reactivation of hippocampal ensemble memories during sleep. Science, vol 265, pp 676-679, July. [COG] google scholar
Pablo Alvarez and Larry R. Squire. 1994. Memory consolidation and the medial temporal lobe: A simple network model. In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol 91, pp 7041-7045, July. [COG] google scholar
Daniel Dennett. 1994. The path not taken: Commentary on Ned Block, On a confusion about a function of consciousness, July. [COG] google scholar
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Martha J. Farah. 1994. Neuropsychological inference with an interactive brain: A critique of the locality assumption. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol 17, pp 43-104. [COG] google scholar
Patricia S. Churchland, V.S. Ramachandran and Terrence J. Sejnowski. 1994. A critique of pure vision, pp 23-60. From:Koch & Davis, Large-scale neuronal theories of the brain, Chap.2. [COG] google scholar
Don C. Mitchell. 1994. Sentence parsing, pp 375-409. From:Handbook of Psycholinguistics, chap 11. [COG] google scholar
Marc D. Hauser. 1994. How monkeys feel about how they see the world. Language and Communication, vol 14, no 1, pp 31-36. [COG] google scholar
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Michael Petrides. 1994. Frontal lobes and working memory: Evidence from investigations of the effects of cortical excisions in nonhuman primates, vol 9, pp 59-82. From: Handbook of Neuropsychology, vol. 9. [COG] google scholar
Jeremy M. Wolfe. 1994. Guided search 2.0: A revised model of visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, vol 1, no 2, pp 202-238. [COG] google scholar
Leslie G. Ungerleider and James V. Haxby. 1994. What and where in the human brain. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, vol 4, pp 157-165. [COG] google scholar
Mark H. Ashcraft. 1994. Human memory and cognition. chapters 4 and 6 from the harper-collins book. [COG] google scholar
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Edward H. Adelson and Alex P. Pentland. 1994. The perception of shading and reflectance. MIT Media Lab, Vision and Modeling Group, TR 268. To appear in: Knill & Richards, Perception as Bayesian Inference. [COG] google scholar
Arthur P. Shimamura. 1994. Neuropsychological perspectives on memory and cognitive decline in normal human aging. Seminars in the Neurosciences, vol 6, pp 387-394. [COG] google scholar
Marlene Behrmann and Morris Moscovitch. 1994. Object-centered neglect in patients with unilateral neglect: Effects of left-right coordinates of objects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol 6, no 1, pp 1-16. [COG] google scholar
Lars Nyberg. 1994. A structural equation modeling approach to the multiple memory systems question. Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol 20, no 2, pp 485-491. [COG] google scholar
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Mark S. Cohen and Susan Y. Bookheimer. 1994. Localization of brain function using magnetic resonance imaging. Trends in Neuroscience, vol 17, no 7, pp 268-277. [COG] google scholar
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Steven Pinker. 1994. Talking heads, pp 192-230. From:Pinker, The Language Instinct, Chap 7. [COG] google scholar
Elisabeth A. Murray, David Gaffan and Mortimer Mishkin. 1993. Neural substrates of visual stimulus-stimulus association in rhesus monkeys. The Journal of Neuroscience, vol 13, no 10, pp 4549-4561, October. [COG] google scholar
Robert K.J. Killheffer. 1993. The consciousness. Omni, vol 16, no 1, pp 50-59, October. [COG] google scholar
Matthew A. Wilson and Bruce L. McNaughton. 1993. Dynamics of the hippocampal ensemble code for space. Science, vol 261, pp 1055-1058, August. [COG] google scholar
James Shreeve. 1993. Touching the phantom. Discover, pp 35-42, June. [COG] google scholar
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HDCRG . 1993. A novel gene containing a trinucleotide repeat that is expanded and unstable on Huntington's disease chromosomes. Cell, vol 72, pp 971-983, March. [COG] google scholar
John E. Hoover and Peter L. Strick. 1993. Multiple output channels in the basal ganglia. Science, vol 259, pp 819-821, February. [COG] google scholar
Rodney Allen Brooks and Lynn Andrea Stein. 1993. Building brains for bodies. AI Memo. MIT. [COG] google scholar
Stephen M. Kosslyn, et al. 1993. Visual mental imagery activates topographically organized visual cortex: PET investigations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol 5, no 3, pp 263-287. [COG] google scholar
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Richard Mayeux, Norman L. Foster, Martin Rossor and Peter J. Whitehouse. 1993. The clinical evaluation of patients with dementia, pp 92-129. From:Whitehouse, Dementia, chap 4. [COG] google scholar
Sandra Blakeslee. 1993. Seeing and imagining: Clues to the workings of the mind's eye. The New York Times, 31 August. [COG] google scholar
L.R. Squire, B. Knowlton and G. Musen. 1993. The structure and organization of memory. Annual Review of Psychology, vol 44, pp 453-495. [COG] google scholar
Dana H. Ballard and Christopher M. Brown. 1993. Principles of animate vision, pp 245-282. From:Aloimonos, Active Perception, Chap.7. [COG] google scholar
Arthur P. Shimamura. 1993. Neuropsychological analyses of implicit memory: History, methodology and theoretical interpretations, pp 265-285. From:Graf & Masson, Implicit memory, chap 12. [COG] google scholar
Roger N. Shepard. 1993. On the physical basis, linguistic representation, and conscious experience of colors, pp 217-245. From:Harman, Conceptions of the Mind, Chap 12. [COG] google scholar
Mary C. Potter. 1993. Very short-term conceptual memory. Memory and Cognition, vol 21, no 2, pp 156-161. [COG] google scholar
Walter Schneider. 1993. Varieties of working memory as seen in biology and in connectionist control architectures. Memory and Cognition, vol 21, no 2, pp 184-192. [COG] google scholar
Harold Pashler. 1993. Doing two things at the same time. American Scientist, vol 81, pp 48-55. [COG] google scholar
David McFarland and Thomas Bosser. 1993. Intelligent behavior in animals and robots, pp 215-255. chaps 9,10 from mit press book. [COG] google scholar
Francis Crick and Edward Jones. 1993. Backwardness of human neuroanatomy. Nature, vol 361, pp 109-110, January. [COG] google scholar
Marc D. Hauser. 1992. Costs of deception: Cheaters are punished in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, vol 89, pp 12137-12139, December. [COG] google scholar
Oliver Braddick, et al. 1992. Possible blindsight in infants lacking one cerebral hemisphere. Nature, vol 360, pp 461-463, December. [COG] google scholar
Robert Fendrich, C. Mark Wessinger and Michael S. Gazzaniga. 1992. Residual vision in scotoma: Implications for blindsight. Science, vol 258, pp 1489-1491, November. [COG] google scholar
Marcia Barinaga. 1992. Unraveling the dark paradox of blindsight. Science, vol 258, pp 1438-1439, November. [COG] google scholar
Eric R. Kandel and Robert D. Hawkins. 1992. The biological basis of learning and individuality. Scientific American, pp 79-86, September. [COG] google scholar
Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic. 1992. Working memory and the mind. Scientific American, pp 111-117, September. [COG] google scholar
Antonio R. Damasio and Hanna Damasio. 1992. Brain and language. Scientific American, pp 89-95, September. [COG] google scholar
Gerald D. Fischbach. 1992. Mind and brain. Scientific American, pp 48-57, September. [COG] google scholar
Francis Crick and Christof Koch. 1992. The problem of consciousness. Scientific American, pp 153-159, September. [COG] google scholar
Gregg H. Recanzone, Michael M. Merzenich and Christoph E. Schreiner. 1992. Changes in the distributed temporal response properties of SI cortical neurons reflect improvements in performance on a temporally based tactile discrimination task. Journal of Neurophysiology, vol 67, no 5, pp 1071-1090, May. [COG] google scholar
David C. Van Essen, Charles Anderson and Daniel C. Felleman. 1992. Information processing in the primate visual system: An integrated systems perspective. Science, vol 255, pp 419-423, January. [COG] google scholar
Howard Eichenbaum and Tim Otto. 1992. The hippocampus: What does it do?. Behavioral and neural biology, vol 57, pp 2-36. [COG] google scholar
Daniel Dennett and Marcel Kinsbourne. 1992. Time and the observer: The where and when of consciousness in the brain. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol 15, pp 183-247. [COG] google scholar
Paulina V. Arriagada, K. Marzloff and Bradley T. Hyman. 1992. Distribution of Alzheimer-type pathologic changes in nondemented elderly individuals matches the pattern in Alzheimer's disease. Neurology, vol 42, pp 1681-1688. [COG] google scholar
Stephen M. Kosslyn and Olivier Koenig. 1992. Visual cognition, pp 128-166. From:Kosslyn & Koenig, Wet Mind. [COG] google scholar
Donna Williams. 1992. Nobody Nowhere: The extraordinary autobiography of an autistic, pp 1-29,199-210. excerpts from the times books edition,later abridged, avon books, 1994. [COG] google scholar
Annette Karmiloff-Smith. 1992. Beyond modularity: A developmental perspective on cognitive science, pp 1-29,165-193. chapters 1,7-9. [COG] google scholar
Zafar I. Bashir and Graham L. Collingridge. 1992. Synaptic plasticity: Long-term potentiation in the hippocampus. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, vol 2, pp 328-335. [COG] google scholar
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Alice Cronin-Golomb, Suzanne Corkin and T. John Rosen. 1992. Neuropsychological assessment of dementia, pp 130-164. From:Whitehouse, Dementia, chap 5. [COG] google scholar
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Peter R. Rapp and David G. Amaral. 1992. Individual differences in the cognitive and neurobiological consequences of normal aging. Trends in Neuroscience, vol 15, pp 340-345. [COG] google scholar
Seth Roberts and Saul Sternberg. 1992. The meaning of additive reaction-time effects: Test of three alternatives. From:Meyer & Korblum, Attention and Performance XIV, Chap. 26. [COG] google scholar
M. Atkinson. 1992. Children's syntax. chapters 1 and 3. [COG] google scholar
Donald R. Griffin. 1992. Animal Minds, pp 142-260. chaps 7-12 of the book,univ of chicago press. [COG] google scholar
John R. Searle. 1992. The rediscovery of the mind. chapters 1,4-6 from the book. [COG] google scholar
Larry R. Squire. 1992. Memory and the hippocampus: A synthesis from findings with rats, monkeys and humans. Psychological Review, vol 99, no 2, pp 195-231. [COG] google scholar
Steven Pinker. 1991. Rules of language. Science, vol 253, pp 530-535, August. [COG] google scholar
Rodney Allen Brooks. 1991. Intelligence without reason. AI Memo, April. MIT. Prepared for Computers and Thought, IJCAI-91. [COG] google scholar
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Lucien Cote and Michael D. Crutcher. 1991. The basal ganglia, pp 647-659. From:Kandel and Schwartz, Principles of Neural Science, 3rd ed, Chap 42. [COG] google scholar
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John H. Martin, John C.M. Brust and Sadek Hilal. 1991. Imaging the living brain, pp 309-324. From:Kandel & Schwartz, Principles of Neural Science, 3rd ed, chap 22. [COG] google scholar
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