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BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

B-1. MILLER, G. A., GALANTER, E. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) Plans and the Structure of Behavior. New York: Henry Holt, 1960. (Russian trans; also in Japanese, German, Spanish, Italian.)

B-2. PRIBRAM, K. H. (Ed.) (1969) Brain and Behavior, Volumes I-IV. London: Penguin, Ltd.

B-2a. HYDÉN, H., LORENZ, K., MAGOUN, H.W., PENFIELD, W., PRIBRAM, K.H. (Eds) (1969) On the Biology of Learning. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc.

B-3. PRIBRAM, K. H., & BROADBENT, D. (Eds.) (1970) Biology of Memory. New York: Academic Press.

B-4. HAMBURG, D. A., PRIBRAM, K. H. & STUNKARD, A. J. (Eds.) (1970) Perception and Its Disorders. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins.

B-5. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) What Makes Man Human. (39th James Arthur Lecture on the Evolution of the Human Brain, 1970). New York: American Museum of Natural History.

B-6. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) Languages of the Brain: Experimental Paradoxes and Principles in Neuropsychology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall; Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1977; New York: Brandon House, 1982. (Translations in Russian, Japanese, Italian, Spanish)

B-7. PRIBRAM, K. H. & LURIA, A. R. (Eds.) (1973) Psychophysiology of the Frontal Lobes. New York: Academic Press.

B-8. PRIBRAM, K. H. (Ed.) (1974) Central Processing of Sensory Input. The Neurosciences: Third Study Program. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

B-9. ISAACSON, R. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (Eds.) (1975) The Hippocampus, Volumes I and II. New York: Plenum.

B-10. PRIBRAM, K. H. & GILL, M. M. (1976) Freud’s `Project’ Re-Assessed: Preface to Contemporary Cognitive Theory and Neuropsychology. New York: Basic Books.

B-10a. PRIBRAM, K.H. & RAMÍREZ, J.M. (1980) Cerebro, Mente y Holograma. Madrid: Alhambra.

B-11. ISAACSON, R. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (Eds.) (1986) The Hippocampus, Volumes III and IV. New York: Plenum.

B-12. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1991) Brain and Perception: Holonomy and Structure in Figural Processing. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

B-13. PRIBRAM, K.H. (Ed.) (1993) Rethinking Neural Networks: Quantum Fields and Biological Data. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

B-14. PRIBRAM, K.H. (Ed.) (1994) Origins: Brain & Self Organization. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

B-15 KING, JOSEPH S. & PRIBRAM, K.H., (Eds.) (1995) Scale in Conscious Experience: Is the Brain Too Important to be Left to Specialists to Study?, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

B-16 PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Cerebro Y Conciencia. Madrid, Spain: Diaz de Santos.

B-17 PRIBRAM, K.H. & KING, J.S. (Eds.) (1996) Learning as Self-Organization. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

B-18 PRIBRAM, K.H. (Ed.) (1998) Brain and Values: Is a Biological Science of Values Possible. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

DATA PAPERS

BEHAVIOR

D-81. KOEPKE, J. E. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) Effect of milk on the maintenance of sucking in kittens from birth to six months. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 75, pp. 363-377.

D-89. MACKWORTH, N. H., GRANDSTAFF, N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1974) Orientation to pictorial novelty by speech-disordered children. Neuropsychologia, 11, pp. 443-450.

CLASSICAL MOTOR CORTEX

D-1. BUCY, P. C. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1943) Localized sweating as part of a localized convulsive seizure. Arch. Neurology & Psychiatry, 50, pp. 456-461 (ALSO SEE LS)

D-14. MALIS, L. I., PRIBRAM, K. H., & KRUGER, L. (1953) Action potential in “motor” cortex evoked by peripheral nerve stimulation. J. Neurophysiol., 16, pp. 161-167.

D-26. PRIBRAM, K. H., KRUGER, L., ROBINSON, F. & BERMAN, A. J. (1955-56) The effects of precentral lesions on the behavior of monkeys. Yale J. Biol. & Med., 28, pp. 428-443.

D-27. CHOW, K. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1956) Cortical projection of the thalamic ventrolateral nuclear group in monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol., 104, pp. 37-75. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-111. PRIBRAM, K. H., SHARAFAT, A. & BEEKMAN, G. J. (1984) Frequency encoding in motor systems. In H. T. A. Whiting (Ed.), Human motor actions: Bernstein reassessed. North-Holland, pp. 121-56.

EEG & Field Potentials

D-63. PRIBRAM, K. H., SPINELLI, D. N. & KAMBACK, M. C. (1967) Electrocortical correlates of stimulus, response and reinforcement. Science, 157, p. 3784.

D-66. PRIBRAM, K. H. & SPINELLI, D. N. (1967) Average evoked responses and learning. Science, 158, pp 394-395.

D-75. SPINELLI, D. N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) Neural correlates of stimulus response and reinforcement. Brain Res., 17, pp. 377-385.

D-82. DONCHIN, E., OTTO, D., GERBRANDT, L. K. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) While a monkey waits: Electrocortical events recorded during the foreperiod of a reaction time study. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 31, pp. 115-127.

D-88. DONCHIN, E., OTTO, D., GERBRANDT, L. K & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1973) Studies in the physiology of CNV. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 33, pp. 257-261.

D-90. PRIBRAM, K. H., DAY, R. U. & JOHNSTON, V. S. (1976) Selective attention: Distinctive brain electrical patterns produced by differential reinforcement in monkey and man. In D. I. Mostofsky (Ed.), Behavior control and modification of physiological activity. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, pp. 89-114.

D-112. SPIEGEL, D., CUTCOMB, S. D., REN, C. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) Hypnotic hallucination alters evoked potentials. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Vol. 94, pp. 249-255.

D-114. SABOURIN, M. E., CUTCOMB, S D., CRAWFORD, H. J., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) EEG correlates of hypnotic susceptibility and hypnotic trance. Spectral analysis and coherence. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 10, 125-142. [Awarded Henry Guze Award for Best Hypnosis Research Article in 1990.]

D-115. HUDSPETH, W. J. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Stages of brain and cognitive maturation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82(4), pp. 881-884.

D-116. HUDSPETH, W. J. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1992) Psychophysiological indices of cognitive maturation. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 12, 19-29.

D-118. BERGER, D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1993) From Stochastic Resonance to Gabor Functions. In: K. Pribram (Ed.) Rethinking Neural Networks: Quantum Fields and Biological Data, 47-66.

D-119. BOLSTER, B. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1993) Cortical Involvement in Visual Scan in the Monkey. In Perception & Psychophysics, 1993, 53 (5) (pp. 505-518). Austin, Texas: The Psychonomic Society, Inc.

D-120. CRAWFORD, H.J., PRIBRAM, K., KUGLER, P., XIE, M., ZHENG, B., & KNEBEL, T. (1993) EEG and somatosensory evoked potential brain topographical changes during suggested hypnotic anesthesia. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, p. 141.

D-121. CRAWFORD, H.J., PRIBRAM, K., XIE, M. & ZHENG, B. (1993) Far frontal “executive” control over disattention to pain during hypnotic analgesia: Evidence from somatosensory event-related potential research. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 39, pp. 337-338. ( SEE PFC)

D-122. CRAWFORD, H.J., PRIBRAM, K., XIE, M. & ZHENG, B. (1993) Somatosensory event-related potentials and preparatory processing to painful stimuli: Effects of hypnotically suggested analgesia as moderated by hypnotic level. Psychophysiology, 30, (Suppl. 1), 21.

D-126. PRIBRAM, K.H., KING, J.S., PIERCE, T.W., & WARREN, A. (1996) Some Methods for Dynamic Analysis of the Scalp Recorded EEG. Brain Topography, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 367-377.

Limbic Systems

D-1. BUCY, P. C. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1943) Localized sweating as part of a localized convulsive seizure. Arch. Neurology & Psychiatry, 50, pp. 456-461 (ALSO SEE CMC)

D-2. KAADA, B. R., PRIBRAM, K. H. & EPSTEIN, J. A. (1949) Respiratory and

vascular responses in monkeys from temporal pole, insula, orbital surface and congulate gyrus. J. Neurophysiol., 12, pp. 347-356.

D-3. FULTON, J. F., PRIBRAM, K. H., STEVENSON, J. A. F., & WALL, P. (1949) Interrelations between orbital gyrus, insula, temporal tip and anterior cingulate gyrus. Trans. Am. Neurol. Assoc., pp. 175-179. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-5. PRIBRAM, K. H., LENNOX, M. A., & DUNSMORE, R. H. (1950) Some connections of the orbito-fronto-temporal limbic and hippocampal areas of Macaca Mulatta. J. Neurophysiol., 13, pp. 127-135.

D-7. LENNOX, M. A., DUNSMORE, R. H., EPSTEIN, K. A., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) Electrocorticographic effects of stimulation of posterior orbital, temporal, and cingulate areas of Macaca Mulatta. J. Neurophysiol., 13, pp. 383-388. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-8. WALL, P. D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) Trigeminal neurotomy and blood pressure responses from stimulation of lateral central cortex of Macaca Mulatta. J. Neurophysiol., 13, pp. 409-412. (ALSO SEE CMC)

D-12. PRIBRAM, K. H. & BAGSHAW, M. (1953) Further analysis of the temporal lobe syndrome utilizing front-temporal ablations. J. Comp. Neurol., 99, pp. 347-375. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-15. MACLEAN, P. D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1953) Neuronographic analysis of medial and basal cerebral cortex. I. Cat. J. Neurophysiol., 16, pp. 312-323.

D-16. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MACLEAN, P. D. (1953) Neuronographic analysis of medial and basal cerebral cortex. II. Monkey. J. Neurophysiol., 16, pp. 324-340. D-21.

D-17. BAGSHAW, M. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1953) Cortical organization in gustation (Macaca Mulatta). J. Neurophysiol., 16, pp. 399-508.

D-19. PRIBRAM, K. H. & FULTON, J. F. (1954) An experimental critique of the effects of anterior cingulate ablations in monkey. Brain, 77, pp. 34-44.

D-21. ROSVOLD, H. E., MIRSKY, A. J., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1954) Influence of amygdalectomy on social behavior in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 47, pp. 173-178.

D-22. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1954) Concerning three rhinencephalic systems. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 6, pp. 708-709.

D-31. FULLER, J. L., ROSVOLD, H. E., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1957) The effect on affective and cognitive behavior in the dog of lesions of the pyriform-amygdala-hippocampal complex. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 50, pp. 89-96.

D-32. PRIBRAM, K. H. & WEISKRANTZ, L. (1957) A comparison of the effects of medial and lateral cerebral resections on conditioned avoidance behavior in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 50, pp. 74-80.

D-33. MIRSKY, A. J., ROSVOLD, H. E., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1957) Effects of cingulectomy on social behavior in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 20, pp. 588-601.

D-33. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1957) On the neurology of values. In Proceedings of the fifteenth international congress of psychology. North-Holland Publishing Company: Amsterdam, pp. 77-82, and pp. 230-231.

D-37. SCHWARTZBAUM, J. S. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) The effects of amygdalectomy in monkeys on transposition along a brightness continuum. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 53, pp. 396-399.

D-45. KIMBLE, D. P. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1963) Hippocampectomy and behavior sequences. Science, 139, pp. 824-825.

D-47. HEARST, E. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1964) Facilitation of avoidance behavior of unavoidable shocks in normal and amygdalectomized monkeys. Psych. Reports, 14, pp. 39-42.

D-48. HEARST, E. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1964) Appetitive and aversive generalization gradients in normal and amygdalectomized monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 58, pp. 296-298.

D-50. BAGSHAW, M. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1965) Effect of amygdalectomy on transfer of training in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 59, pp. 118-121.

D-52. BAGSHAW, M. H., KIMBLE, D. P. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1965) The GSR of monkeys during orienting and habituation after ablation of the amygdala, hippocampus and inferotemporal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 11, pp. 111-119.

D-56. DOUGLAS, R. J. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1966) Learning and limbic lesions. Neuropsychologia, 4, pp. 197-220.

D-57. PRIBRAM, K. H., LIM, H., POPPEN, R., & BAGSHAW, M. H. (1966) Limbic lesions and the temporal structure of redundancy. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 61, pp. 365-373.

D-58. KOEPKE, J. E. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1966) Habituation of the GSR as a function of stimulus duration and “spontaneous activity.” J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 61, pp. 442-448.

D-65. KOEPKE, J. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Habituation of the vasoconstriction response as a function of stimulus duration and anxiety. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 64, pp. 502-504.

D-69. DOUGLAS, R. J., BARRETT, T. W., PRIBRAM, K. H. & CERNY, M. C. (1969) Limbic lesions and error reduction J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 68, pp. 437-441.

D-70. DOUGLAS, R. J. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Distraction and habituation in monkeys with limbic lesions. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 69, pp. 473-480.

D-72. PRIBRAM, K. H., DOUGLAS, R. & PRIBRAM, B. J. (1969) The nature of non-limbic learning. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 69, pp. 765-772.

D-73. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) DADTA III: Computer control of the experimental analysis of behavior. Percept. & Motor Skills, 29, pp. 599-608.

D-84. BAGSHAW, M. H., MACKWORTH, N. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) The effect of resections of the amygdala on visual orienting and habituation. Neuropsychologia, 10, pp. 153-162.

D-85. CROWNE, D. P., KONOW, A., DRAKE, K. J. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Hippocampal electrical activity in the monkey during delayed alternation problems. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 33, pp. 567-577.

D-87. SPEVAK, A. A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1973) A decisional analysis of the effects of limbic lesions on learning in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 82, pp. 211-226.

D-91. CHIN, J., PRIBRAM, K. H., DRAKE K. H. & GREEN, J. (1976) Disruption of temperature discrimination during limbic forebrain stimulation in monkeys. Neuropsychologia, 14, pp. 293-310.

D-102. PRIBRAM, K. H., REITZ, S., MCNEIL, M. & SPEVACK, A. A. (1979) The effect of amygdalectomy on orienting and classical conditioning. Pavlovian J. Biol. Sci., 14, pp. 203-217.

Parietal & Temporal Corteces

D-4. BLUM, J. S., CHOW, K. L., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) A behavioral analysis of the organization of the parieto-temporo-preoccipital cortex. J. Comp. Neurol., 93, pp. 53-100.

D-18. PRIBRAM, K. H., ROSNER, B. S. & ROSENBLITH, W. A. (1954) Electrical responses to acoustic clicks in monkeys: Extent of neocortex activated. J. Neurophysiol., 17, pp. 366-344.

D-20. MISHKIN, M. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1954) Visual discrimination performance following partial ablations of the temporal lobe. I. Ventral vs. lateral. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 47, pp. 14-20.

D-23. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MISHKIN, M. (1955) Simultaneous and successive visual discrimination by monkeys with inferotemporal lesions. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 48, pp. 198-202.

D-27. CHOW, K. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1956) Cortical projection of the thalamic ventrolateral nuclear group in monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol., 104, pp. 37-75. (ALSO SEE CMC)

D-30. PRIBRAM, H. & BARRY, J. (1956) Further behavioral analysis of the parieto-temporo-preoccipital cortex. J. Neurophysiol., 19, pp. 99-106.

D-32. PRIBRAM, K. H. & WEISKRANTZ, L. (1957) A comparison of the effects of medial and lateral cerebral resections on conditioned avoidance behavior

in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 50, pp. 74-80. (ALSO SEE LS)

D-33a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1957) The neurology of perception. In Proceedings of the fifteenth international congress of psychology. North-Holland Publishing Company: Amsterdam, pp. 77-82, and pp. 230-231.

D-34. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1959) On the neurology of thinking. Behav. Sci., 4, pp. 265-287. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-38. WILSON, M., STAMM, J. S., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) Deficits in roughness discrimination after posterior parietal lesions in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 53, pp. 535-539.

D-40. STAMM, J. S. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1961) Effects of epileptogenic lesions in infero-temporal cortex on learning and retention in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 54, pp. 614-618.

D-55. SPINELLI, D. N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1966) Changes in visual recovery functions produced by temporal lobe stimulations in monkeys. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 20, pp. 44-49.

D-60. DEWSON, J. H., III, NOBEL, K. W. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1966) Corticifugal influence at cochlear nucleus of the cat: Some effects of ablation of insular-temporal cortex. Brain Res., 2, pp. 151-159.

D-61. PRIBRAM, K. H., BLEHERT, S. R. & SPINELLI, D. N. (1966) Effects on visual discrimination of crosshatching and undercutting the inferotemporal cortex of monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 62, pp. 358-364.

D-62. SPINELLI, D. N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Changes in visual recovery functions and unit activity produced by frontal and temporal cortex stimulation. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 22, pp. 143-149. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-68. PRIBRAM, K. H., SPINELLI, D. N. & REITZ, S. L. (1969) The effects of radical disconnexion of occipital and temporal cortex on visual behavior of monkeys. Brain, 92, pp. 301-312.

D-71. DEWSON, J. H., III, PRIBRAM, K. H. & LYNCH, J. (1969) Effects of ablations of temporal cortex on speech sound discrimination in monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 24, pp. 579-591.

D-74. REITZ, S. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Some subcortical connections of the inferotemporal gyrus of monkey. Exp. Neurol., 25, pp. 632-645.

D-76. GERBRANDT, L. K., SPINELLI, D. N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) The interaction of visual attention and temporal cortex stimulation on electrical recording in the striate cortex. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 29, pp. 146-155.

D-80. BAGSHAW, M. H., MACWORTH, N. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) The effect of inferotemporal cortex ablations on eye movements of monkeys during discrimination training. Int. J. Neurosci., 1, pp. 153-158.

D-83. ROTHBLAT, L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Selective attention: Input filter or response selection? Brain Res., 39, pp. 427-436.

D-96. CHRISTENSEN, C. A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) The visual discrimination performance of monkeys with foveal prestriate and inferotemporal lesions. Physiol. & Behav., 18, pp. 403-407.

D-97. UNGERLEIDER, L., GANZ, L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Size Constancy in Rheusus Monkeys: Effects of Pulvinar, Prestriate, & Inferotemporal Lesions. Exp. Brain Res., 27, pp. 251-269.

D-98. BRODY, B. A., UNGERLEIDER, L. G. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) The effects of instability of the visual display on pattern discrimination learning by monkeys: Dissociation produced after resections of frontal and inferotemporal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 15, pp. 439-448. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-99. UNGERLEIDER, L. G. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Inferotemporal versus combined pulvinar-prestriate lesions in the rhesus monkey: Effects on color, object and pattern discrimination. Neuropsychologia, 15, pp. 481-498.

D-100. BRODY, B. A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) The role of frontal and parietal cortex in cognitive processing: Tests of spatial and sequence functions. Brain, 101, pp. 607-633. (ALSO SEE PFC)

D-101. CHRISTENSEN, C. A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) The effect of inferotemporal or foveal prestriate ablation on serial reversal learning in monkeys. Neuropsychologia, 17, pp. 1-10.

D-103. NUWER, M. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) Role of the inferotemporal cortex in visual selective attention. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 46, pp. 389-400.

D-104. PRIBRAM, K. H., SPEVACK, A., BLOWER, D. & MCGUINNESS, D. (1980) A decisional analysis of the effects of inferotemporal lesions in the rhesus monkey. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 94, pp. 675-690.

D-108. RUFF, R. M., HERSH, N. A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Auditory spatial deficits in the personal and extrapersonal frames of reference due to cortical lesions. Neuropsychologia, 19, pp. 435-443.

D-110. PRIGATANO, G. P. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Perception and memory of facial affect following brain injury. Percep. & Motor Skills, 54, pp. 859-869. (ALSO SEE PFC).

D-123. KING, J., XIE, M., ZHENG, B. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1994) Spectral Density Maps of Receptive Fields in the Rat’s Somatosensory Cortex, Origins: Brain & Self Organization. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

D-125. SANTAMARIA, M., KING, J.S., PRIBRAM, K.H., XIE, M., ZHENG, B., & DOHERTY, D. (1995) Responses of Somatosensory Cortical Neurons to Spatial Frequency and Orientation: A Progress Report. In J.S. King & K.H. Pribram (Eds.) Scale in Conscious Experience: Is the Brain Too Important to be Left to Specialists to Study, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 155-168.

Prefrontal Cortex

D-3. FULTON, J. F., PRIBRAM, K. H., STEVENSON, J. A. F., & WALL, P. (1949) Interrelations between orbital gyrus, insula, temporal tip and anterior cingulate gyrus. Trans. Am. Neurol. Assoc., pp. 175-179. (ALSO SEE LS)

D-6. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) Some physical and pharmacological factors affecting delayed response performance of baboons following frontal lobotomy. J. Neurophysiol., 13,pp. 373-382.

D-7. LENNOX, M. A., DUNSMORE, R. H., EPSTEIN, K. A., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) Electrocorticographic effects of stimulation of posterior orbital, temporal, and cingulate areas of Macaca Mulatta. J. Neurophysiol., 13, pp. 383-388. (ALSO SEE LS)

D-8. WALL, P. D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) Trigeminal neurotomy and blood pressure responses from stimulation of lateral central cortex of Macaca Mulatta. J. Neurophysiol., 13, pp. 409-412. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-9. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1951) Some aspects of experimental psychosurgery: The effect of scarring frontal cortex on complex behavior. Surgical Forum, 36, pp.

D-10. PRIBRAM, K. H., MISHKIN, M., ROSVOLD, H. E., & KAPLAN, S. J. (1952) Effects on delayed-response performance of lesions of dorso-laterial and ventromedial frontal cortex of baboons. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 45, pp. 566-575.

D-11. PRIBRAM, K. H., CHOW, K. L., & SEMMES, J. (1953) Limit and organization of the cortical projection from the medial thalamic nucleus in monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol., 95, pp. 433-440.

D-12. PRIBRAM, K. H. & BAGSHAW, M. (1953) Further analysis of the temporal lobe syndrome utilizing front-temporal ablations. J. Comp. Neurol., 99, pp. 347-375. (ALSO SEE LS)

D-13. MISHKIN, M., ROSVOLD, H. E., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1953) Effects of nembutal in baboons with frontal lesions. J. Neurophysiol., 16, pp. 155-159.

D-24. MISHKIN, M. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1955) Analysis of the effects of frontal lesions in monkey: I. Variations of delayed alternation. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 48, pp. 492-495.

D-25. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1955) Lesions of “frontal eye fields” and delayed response of baboons. J.Neurophysiol., 18, pp. 105-112.

D-28. MISHKIN, M. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1956) Analysis of the effects of frontal lesions in monkey: II. Variation of delayed response. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 49, pp. 36-40.

D-29. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MISHKIN, M. (1956) Analysis of the effects of frontal lesions in monkey: III. Object alternation. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 49, pp. 41-45.

D-36. STAMM, J. S. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) Effects of epileptogenic lesions on frontal cortex on learning and retention in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 23, pp. 552-563.

D-39. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1961) A further experimental analysis of the behavioral deficit that follows injury to the primate frontal cortex. Exp. Neurol., 3, pp. 432-466.

D-41. PRIBRAM, K. H., WILSON, W.A. & CONNERS, J. (1962) The effects of lesions of the medial forebrain on alternation behavior of rhesus monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 6, pp. 36-47.

D-46. LURIA, A. R., PRIBRAM, K. H. & HOMSKAYA, E. D. (1964) An experimental analysis of the behavioral disturbance produced by a left frontal arachnoid endothelioma (meningioma). Neuropsychologia, 4, pp. 257-280.

D-49. PRIBRAM, K. H., AHUMADA, A., HARTOG, J., & ROOS, L. (1964) A progress report on the neurological process disturbed by frontal lesions in primates. In S. M. Warren & K. Akart (Eds.), The frontal granular cortex and behavior. New York: McGraw-Hill, pp. 28-55.

D-51. KIMBLE, D. P., BAGSHAW, M. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1965) The GSR of monkeys during orienting and habituation after selective partial ablations of cingulate and frontal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 3, pp. 121-128.

D-53. POPPEN, R., PRIBRAM, K. H. & ROBINSON, R. S. (1965) The effects of frontal lobotomy in man on performance of a multiple choice task. Exp. Neurol., 11, pp. 218-229.

D-59. PRIBRAM, K. H., KONRAD, K. & GAINSBURG, D. (1966) Frontal lesions and behavioral instability. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 62, pp. 123-214.

D-62. SPINELLI, D. N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Changes in visual recovery functions and unit activity produced by frontal and temporal cortex stimulation. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 22, pp. 143-149. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-64. PRIBRAM, K. H. & TUBBS, W. (1967) Short-term memory, parsing and primate frontal cortex. Science, 156, p. 1765.

D-67. GRUENINGER, W. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The effects of spatial and nonspatial distractors on performance latency of monkeys with frontal lesions. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 68, pp. 203-204.

D-77. KONOW, A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) Error recognition and utilization produced by injury to the frontal cortex in man. Neuropsychologia, 8, pp. 489-491.

D-94. ANDERSON, R. M., HUNT, S. C., VANDER STOEP, A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Object permanency and delayed response as spatial context in monkeys with frontal lesions. Neuropsychologia, 14, pp. 481-490.

D-95. PRIBRAM, K. H., PLOTKIN, H. C., ANDERSON, R. M. & LEONG, D. (1977) Information sources in the delayed alternation task for normal and “frontal” monkeys. Neuropsychologia, 15, pp. 329-340.

D-98. BRODY, B. A., UNGERLEIDER, L. G. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) The effects of instability of the visual display on pattern discrimination learning by monkeys: Dissociation produced after resections of frontal and inferotemporal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 15, pp. 439-448. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-100. BRODY, B. A. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) The role of frontal and parietal cortex in cognitive processing: Tests of spatial and sequence functions. Brain, 101, pp. 607-633. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-109a. PRIGATANO, G.P. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1981) Humor and episodic memory following frontal versus posterior brain lesions. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 53, pp. 999-1006. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-110. PRIGATANO, G. P. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Perception and memory of facial affect following brain injury. Percep. & Motor Skills, 54, pp. 859-869. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

D-121. CRAWFORD, H.J., PRIBRAM, K., XIE, M. & ZHENG, B. (1993) Far frontal”executive” control over disattention to pain during hypnotic analgesia: Evidence from somatosensory event-related potential research. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 39, pp. 337-338. (ALSO SEE EEG)

SOCIAL

D-127. BRADLEY, R.T. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) Communication and Stability in Social Collectives. Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems 21(1), pp. 29-81.

TECHNOLOGY

D-42. PRIBRAM, K. H., GARDNER, K. W., PRESSMAN, G. L., & BAGSHAW, M. H. (1962) An automated discrimination apparatus for discrete trial analysis (DADTA). Psychol. Reports, 11, pp. 247-250.

D-43. SHERER, G. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1962) Serial frozen section of whole brain. Psych. Reports, 11, pp. 209-210.

D-44. PRIBRAM, K. H., GARDNER, K. L., PRESSMAN, G. L., & BAGSHAW, M. H. (1963) Automated analysis of multiple choice behavior. J. Exp. Anal. Behav., 6, pp. 123-124.

D-78. BAGSHAW, M. H., MACKWORTH, N. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) Method for recording and analyzing visual fixations in the unrestrained monkey. Percept. & Motor Skills, 31, pp. 219-222.

D-92. DRAKE, K. U. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) DADTA IV: A computer based video display and recording system for behavioral testing. In P. B. Brown (Ed.), Computer terminology in Neuroscience. New York: Wiley, pp. 509-528.

D-93. PTITO, M., HEATON, G. H., LASSONDE, M. C. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) A recording procedure for chronic microelectrodes in the cat. Can. Rev. Psychol., 35, pp. 43-47.

D-105. SHARAFAT, A. R., RAMIREZ, J. M., BOLSTER, B. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Dispositivo de fijacion para registro de unidades neuronales en animales no anestesioados. [Holding device for registering neuronal units in unasthetized animals.] Revista Espanola de Fisiologia, 36, pp. 347-348.

D-109. CUTCOMB, S., BOLSTER, R. B. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) DADTA VI: A minicomputer-based video control system for the analysis of behavioral and electrophysiological data. Behavior Res. Meth. & Instr., 13, pp. 337-340.

D-124. XIE, M., PRIBRAM, K.H. & KING, J., (1994) Are Neural Spike Trains Deterministically Chaotic or Stochastic Processes? Origins: Brain & Self Organization. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., pp. 253-267.

VISUAL CORTEX

D-35. KRAFT, M., OBRIST, W. D., & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) The effect of irritative lesions of the striate cortex on learning of visual discrimination in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 53, pp. 17-22.

D-54. SPINELLI, D. N., PRIBRAM, K. H. & WEINGARTEN, M. (1965) Centrifugal optic nerve response evoked by auditory and somatic stimulation. Exp. Neurol., 12, pp. 303-319.

D-79. SPINELLI, D. N., PRIBRAM, K. H. & BRIDGEMAN, B (1970) Visual receptive field organization of single units in the visual cortex of monkey. Int. J. Neuroscience, 1, pp. 67-74.

D-86. GRANDSTAFF, N. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Habituation: Electrical changes in the visual system. Neuropsychologia, 10, pp. 125-132.

D-106. PRIBRAM, K. H., LASSONDE, M. & PTITO, M. (1981) Classification of receptive field properties in cat visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res., 43, pp. 119-130.

D-107. LASSONDE, M., PTITO, M. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Intracerebral influences on the microstructure of receptive fields of cat visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res., 43, pp. 131-144.

D-113. BERGER, D., PRIBRAM, K. H., WILD, H., & BRIDGES, C. (1990) An analysis of neural spike-train distributions: determinates of the response of visual cortex neurons to changes in orientation and spatial frequency. Experimental Brain Research, 80(1), 129-134.

D-117. BERGER, D. H. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1992) The relationship between the Gabor Elementary Function and a stochastic model of the inter-spike interval distribution in the responses of visual cortex neurons. Biological Cybernetics, 67, 191-194.

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY LABORATORY PUBLICATIONS WITHOUT MY NAME

1950 TO DATE

AUDITORY CORTEX

NLP-26. GUMNIT, R. J. (1960) D.C. potential changes from auditory cortex of cat. J. Neurophysiol., 23, pp. 667-675. (ALSO SEE EEG)

NLP-30. GUMNIT, R. J. (1961) The distribution of direct current responses evoked by sounds in the auditory cortex of the cat. EEG Clin. Neurophysio., 13, pp. 889-895. (ALSO SEE EEG)

NLP-47c. DEWSON III, J.H. and CHOW, K.L. (1966) Changes in Phonetically-Evoked Potentials in Lateral Geniculate Body During Retrograde Degeneration, J. Comp. Neurol, 128, pp. 75-84.

NLP-56. DEWSON, J. H., III. (1968) Efferent olivocochlear bundle: Some relationships to stimulus discrimination in noise. J. Neurophysiol., 31, pp. 122-130.

NLP-57. DEWSON, J. H., III, WERTHEIN, G. A. & LYNCH, J. C. (1968) Acquisition of successive auditory discrimination in monkeys. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 43, pp. 162-163.

NLP-58. REYNOLDS, P. C. (1968) Evolution of primate vocal-auditory communication systems. Amer. Anthropologist, 70, pp. 300-308.

NLP-60. WEGENER, J. G. (1968) The effect of cortical lesions on auditory and visual discrimination behavior in monkeys. Cortex, IV, pp. 203-232. (ALSO SEE VC, P&TC)

NLP-66. DEWSON, J. H., III, & COWEY, A. (1969) Discrimination of auditory sequences by monkeys. Nature, 222, pp. 695-697.

NLP-82. GORDON, W IGARASHI, M. et al (1972) Behavioral auditory function after transection of the crossed olivo-cochlear bundle in the cat: 1. pure-tone thresholds and perceptual signal-to-noise ratio. Acta Otolaryngologia, 72, pp. 455-466.

NLP-84. BARRETT, T. W. (1973) Uncertainty relations in inter-aural parameters of acoustical stimulation: An evoked potential study of the auditory cortex in the anesthetized cat. Behavior. Biol., 8(3): 299-323.

NLP-89. GORDON, W., IGARASHI, M. et al (1974) Behavioral auditory function after transection of the crossed olivo-cochlear bundle in the cat: 2. conditioned visual performance with intense white noise. Acta Otolaryngologia, 77, pp. 311-317.

NLP-90. GORDON, W., (1975) Cerebral dominance and word-deafness: a case history. Brain Information Services, University of California, Los Angeles, 17, pp. 227-232.

NLP-92. DEWSON, J. H., III, & BURLINGAME, A. C. (1975) Auditory discrimination and recall in monkeys. Science, 187, pp. 267-268.

BEHAVIOR

NLP-7. WEISKRANTZ, L. & WILSON, W. A. Jr. (1955) The effects of reserpine on emotional behavior of normal and brain-operated monkeys. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 61, pp. 36-55. (ALSO SEE LS)

NLP-9. WEISKRANTZ, L. & WILSON, W. A. Jr. (1956) Effect of reserpine on learning and performance. Science, 123, pp. 1110-1118.

NLP-24. WILSON, W. A. Jr. (1959) The role of learning, perception, and reward in monkeys’ choices of food. Amer. J. Psychol., 72, pp. 560-565.

NLP-29. ETTLINGER, G. (1961) Lateral preferences in monkeys. Behaviour, 17, pp. 275-287.

NLP-33. STAMM, J. S. (1961) Social facilitation in monkeys. Psychol. Reports, 8, pp. 479-484.

NLP-42. BLEHERT, S. R. (1966) Pattern discrimination learning with rhesus monkeys. Psychol. Reports, 19, pp. 311-324.

NLP-47a. DOUGLAS, R.J. (1966) Cues for Spontaneous Alteration. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 62, pp. 171-183.

NLP-70. KONRAD, K. W. & BAGSHAW, M. H. (1970) Effect of novel stimuli on cats reared in a restricted environment. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 70, pp. 157-164.

NLP-71. MACKWORTH, N. H & BAGSHAW, M. H. (1970) Eye catching in adults, children and monkeys: Some experiments on orienting and observing responses. Perception and Its Disorders, 48, pp. 201-213.

NLP-72. MACKWORTH, N. H. & OTTO, D. A. (1970) Habituation of the visual orienting response in young children. Percept. Psychophys., 7, pp. 173-178.

NLP-73. REYNOLDS, P. C. (1970) Social communication in the chimpanzee: A review. The Chimpanzee, 3, pp. 369-394.

NLP-81. MCGUINNESS, D. (1972) Hearing: Individual differences in perceiving. Perception, 1, pp. 465-473.

NLP-82a. MAXIM, PETER EDWARD (1972) Behavioral Effects of Telestimulating Hypothalamic Reinforcement sites in Freely Moving Rhesus Monkeys, Brain Research, 42, 243-262. (ALSO SEE LS)

NLP-83. MCGUINNESS, D. (1973) Cardiovascular responses during habituation and mental activity in anxious and non-anxious men and women. Biol. Psychol., 1, pp. 115-123.

NLP-87. MCGUINNESS, D. (1974) Equating individual differences for auditory input. Psychophysiol., 11, pp. 113-120.

NLP-88. MCGUINNESS, D. (1974) The PhD’s dilemma: A reply to Dr. Watson. Bull. British Psychol. Soc., 27, pp. 425-454.

NLP-91. MCGUINNESS, D. (1975) The impact of innate perceptual differences between the sexes on the socializing process. Educ. Rev., 27, pp. 229-239.

NLP-94. PATTERSON, F. G., BONVILLIAN, J. D., REYNOLDS, P. C., & MACCOBY, E (1975) Mother and peer attachment under conditions of fear in rhesus monkeys (Macaca Mulatta). Primates, 16, pp. 75-81.

NLP-95. MCGUINNESS, D. (1976) Away from a unisex psychology: Individual differences in visual sensory and perceptual processes. Perception, 5, pp. 279-294.

NLP-96. MCGUINNESS, D. & LEWIS, I. (1976) Sex differences in visual persistence: Experiments on the Ganzfeld and afterimages. Perception, 5, pp. 295-301.

NLP-97. MCGUINNESS, D. (1976) Sex differences in the organization of perception and cognition. In: B. Lloyd and J. Archer (Eds.) Exploring Sex Differences. New York: Academic Press.

NLP-99. MCGUINNESS, D. & SYMONDS, J. (1977) Sex differences in choice behavior: The object-person dimension. Perception, 6, pp. 691-694.

NLP-100. MCGUINNESS, D. & COX, R. J. (1977) The effect of chronic anxiety level upon self control of heart rate. Biol. Psychol., 5, pp. 7-14.

NLP-101. MCGUINNESS, D. (1978) Sensory-motor biases in cognitive development. In R. Hall (Ed.) Male-Female Differences: A Biocultural Perspective. New York: Praeger. (ALSO SEE MC)

NLP-102. GORDON, W., M. NAESER (1977) Frequency discrimination deficits in three word-deaf patients with bilateral temporal lobe lesions. Proceedings of the Academy of Aphasia, 7, pp. 54-57.

NLP-103. GORDON, W., LAUGHLIN, S. & NAESER, M. (1979) Effects of three syllable durations using the melodic intonation therapy technique. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 22, pp. 311-320.

NLP-104. BRABYN, L. B. & MCGUINNESS, D. (1979) Gender differences in response to spatial frequency and stimulus orientation. Perception and Psychophysics, 26, pp. 319-324.

NLP-106. MCGUINNESS, D. (1979) How schools discriminate against boys. Human Nature, 2, February.

NLP-107. MCGUINNESS, D. (1980) When is music noisy? Biological constraints on perception and performance. In: W. V. May (Ed.) Proceedings on the Research Symposium on the Psychology and Acoustics of Music. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Press.

NLP-109. GORDON, W. (1981) Lesions related to deficits of immediate and long-term memory in aphasia. International Journal of Neuroscience, 12, pp. 185-186.

NLP-110. GORDON, W. (1981) Human Psychobiology: A Student Workbook, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C.

NLP-111. MCGUINNESS, D. (1981) Auditory and motor aspects of language development. In: A. Ansara, N. Geschwind, A. Galaburda, M. Albert, and N. Gartrell (Eds.) Sex Differences in Dyslexia, Baltimore, MD: The Orton Society.

NLP-112. MCGUINNESS, D. (1981) The nature of aggression and dominance systems. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences. New York: I.C.F. Press.

NLP-113. MCGUINNESS, D. (1981) Sex related syndromes. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Seminar of the American Montessori Society. New York: The American Montessori Society.

NLP-114. MCGUINNESS, D. (1981) What science education researchers can tell the developmental community. Proceedings of the Science Education and Development Conference. Washington D.C.: The National Science Foundation.

NLP-115. MCGUINNESS, D. & MCLAUGHLIN, L. (1982) An investigation of sex differences in visual recognition and recall. J. Ment. Imagery, 6, pp. 203-212.

NLP-116. MCGUINNESS, D. & BARTELL, T. E. (1982) Lateral asymmetry: Hard or simple minded? Neuropsychologia, 20, pp. 629-639.

NLP-117. MCGUINNESS, D. (1982) Was Darwin conscious of his mother? Reprinted in: Sir J. Eccles (Ed.) Mind and Brain, The Many Faceted Problems. New York: Paragon House Press.

NLP-118. MCGUINNESS, D. & COURTNEY, A. (1983) Sex differences in visual and phonetic search. J. Ment. Imagery, 7, pp. 95-104.

NLP-119. GORDON, W. (1983) Memory disorders in aphasia: 1. auditory immediate recall. Neuropsychologia, 4, pp. 325-339.

NLP-120. GORDON, W. (1983) Cerebral Dominance: A Guide for Health Professionals. Institute for Cortext Research and Development, Palo Alto.

NLP-121. ILLES, J., GORDON, W. (1983) Neurolinguistic defects in Huntington’s Disease. Professional Academy of Aphasia, Vo. 23, Los Angeles.

NLP-122. MCGUINNESS, D., & SPARKS, J. (1983) Cognitive style and cognitive maps: Sex differences in representations of a familiar terrain. J. Ment. Imagery, 7, pp. 91-100.

NLP-123. MCGUINNESS, D. (1983) Les codes de manipulation et de communication dans la culture humaine. In: J. Charon (Ed.) L’Esprit et la Science. Paris: Albin Michel.

NLP-124. MCGUINNESS, D. & BRABYN, L. B. (1983) Males and females and the learning process. Visual systems. J. Ment. Imagery, 8, pp. 1-12.

NLP-125. MCGUINNESS, D. (1984) Sex and the developing brain: A female classroom in a male world. In: K. E. Boulding & L. Senesh (Eds.) The Optimum Utilization of Knowledge. Boulder: Westview Press.

NLP-126. MCGUINNESS, D. (1984) Sex, Symbols and Sensation. In: D. Kerckhove & A. A. Iannuci (Eds.) McLuhan and the Metamorphosis of Man. Rome: Bulzoni Editore.

NLP-127. MCGUINNESS, D. (1985) When Children Don’t Learn. New York: Basic Books.

NLP-128. GORDON, W. (1985) Neuropsychological Assessment of Aphasia. In J. K. Darby (Ed.) Speech and Language Evaluation in Neurology: Adult Disorders. Grune & Stratton, New York, pp. 161-196.

NLP-129. GORDON, W. (1986) Sleep Disorders: A Guide for Health Professionals. Institute for Cortext Research and Development, Palo Alto.

NLP-129a. MCGUINESS, D. (1986) Geschlechtsunterschiede im kommunikativen Verhalten der Menschen. Zeitschrift fur Semiotik, Band 8, Heft 3, pp. 287-299.

NLP-129b. MCGUINESS, D. (1986) The sensory-motor cogs in cognition. Human Memory and Cognitive Capabilities, pp. 469-482.

NLP-130. ILLES, J., METTER, E. J., HANSON, W. R., IRITANI, S. (1986) Interplay of acoustic and linguistic variables in Parkinson’s Disease. Proceedings of the Clinical Dysarthria Conference, Tucson, Arizona.

NLP-131. ILLES, J. (1987). The structure of spontaneous language production in Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s Disease. Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

NLP-132. GORDON, W., & ILLES, J. (1987) Neurolinguistic deficits in Huntington’s Disease: Preliminary analysis. Brain and Language, 31(1), pp. 1-10.

NLP-133b. MCGUINNESS, D. (Ed.) (1987) Dominance and Inter-Male Aggression. New York: Paragon House Press.

NLP-133. MCGUINNESS, D. (1987) Introduction. In M.A. Baker’s (Ed.) Sex Differences in Human Performance. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., pp. 1-4.

NLP-134. ILLES, J., METTER, E. J., HANSON, W. R., IRITANI, S. (1988) Language production in Parkinson’s Disease: Linguistic and acoustic considerations. Brain and Language, 33(1), pp. 146-161.

NLP-135. SPIEGEL, D., BIERRE, P., & ROOTENBERG, J. (1989) Hypnotic alternation of somatosensory perception. American Journal of Psychiatry, 146(6). (ALSO SEE EEG)

NLP-136. ILLES, J., METTER, E. J., HANSON, W.R., & IRITANI, S. (1989) Language production in Parkinson’s Disease: Linguistic and acoustic considerations. In M. Taylor-Sarno (Ed.), Yearbook of Rehabilitation. Chicago, IL: Yearbook Medical Publishers.

NLP-137. ILLES, J. (1989) Neurolinguistic features of spontaneous language production distinguish three forms of neurodegenerative disease: Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s. Brain and Language, 37(4), pp. 628-642.

NLP-144. BRADLEY, R.T. (1996) The Anticipation of Order in Biosocial Collectives. In World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution. Special Issue in Honor of David Loye.

CLASSICAL MOTOR CORTEX

NLP-8. KRUGER, L. (1956) Characteristics of the somatic afferent projection to the precentral cortex in the monkey. Amer. J. Physiol., 186, pp. 475-482.

NLP-16. KRUGER, L. & PORTER, PHYLLIS. (1958) A behavioral study of the functions of the Rolandic cortex in the monkey. J. Comp. Neurol., 109, pp. 439-470.

NLP-101. MCGUINNESS, D. (1978) Sensory-motor biases in cognitive development. In R. Hall (Ed.) Male-Female Differences: A Biocultural Perspective. New York: Praeger. (ALSO SEE BEH)

EEG

NLP-5. HENRY, C. & KRUGER, L. (1955) Extra- and intra-cerebral recording of seizure discharges in the experimental epileptic monkey. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 7, p. 145.

NLP-26. GUMNIT, R. J. (1960) D.C. potential changes from auditory cortex of cat. J. Neurophysiol., 23, pp. 667-675. (ALSO SEE AC)

NLP-30. GUMNIT, R. J. (1961) The distribution of direct current responses evoked by sounds in the auditory cortex of the cat. EEG Clin. Neurophysio., 13, pp. 889-895. (ALSO SEE AC)

NLP-34. STAMM, J. S. (1961) Electrical stimulation of frontal cortex in monkeys during learning of an alternation task. J. Neurophysiol., 24, pp. 414-426. (ALSO SEE PFC)

NLP-38. STAMM, J. S & KNIGHT, MARCIA. (1963) Learning of visual tasks by monkeys with epileptogenic implants in temporal cortex. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 56, pp. 254-260. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

NLP-49. SPINELLI, D. N. (1967) Evoked responses to visual patterns in area 17 of the rhesus monkey. Brain Res., 5, pp. 511-514. (ALSO SEE VC)

NLP-67. GRANDSTAFF, N. W. (1969) Frequency analysis of EEG during milk drinking. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 27, pp. 57-65.

NLP-135. SPIEGEL, D., BIERRE, P., & ROOTENBERG, J. (1989) Hypnotic alternation of somatosensory perception. American Journal of Psychiatry, 146(6). (ALSO SEE BEH)

NLP-138. CRAWFORD, H.J. (1991) Hypnotic analgesia: EEG changes during cold pressor pain as moderated by hypnotic susceptibility level. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 11, p. 18.

NLP-139. HUDSPETH, W. J. (1993) Neuroelectric Concepts — Form-Color Classification. In Brain and Cognition, Vol. 21, Issue 2, pp. 226-246.

NLP-140. DE PASCALIS, V., CRAWFORD, H.J., & Marucci, F.S. (1993) Effects of hypnosis and hypnotic analgesia on somatosensory evoked potentials during painful stimulations. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, p. 141.

NLP-141. BARABASZ, A., CRAWFORD, H.J., & Barabasz, M. (1993) EEG topographical map differences in attention deficit disordered and normal children: Moderating effects from focused active alert instructions during reading, math and listening tasks. Psychophysiology, 30, (Suppl. 1), p. 15.

NLP-142. HUDSPETH, W. J. (1994) Neuroelectric Eigenstructures of Mental Representation. In D.S. Levine and M. Aparicio IV (Eds.), Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 419-446.

NLP-143. CRAWFORD, H.J. (1994) Brain Dynamics and Hypnosis: Attentional and dissattentional processes. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 52, pp. 204-232.

NLP-145. CRAWFORD, H.J. (1996) Cerebral Brain Dynamics of Mental Imagery: Evidence and Issues for Hypnosis. Hypnosis and Imagination. New York: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc., pp. 258-282.

NLP-146. CRAWFORD, H.J., CORBY , J.C., & KOPELL, B.S. (1996) Auditory event-related potentials while ignoring tone stimuli: Attentional differences reflected in stimulus intensity and latency responses in low and highly hypnotizable persons. International Journal of Neuroscience, 1996, Vol. 85, pp. 57-69.

NLP-147. CRAWFORD, H.J., CLARKE, S.W., KITNER-TRIOLO, M. (1996) Self-generated happy and sad emotions in low and highly hypnotizable persons during waking and hypnosis: laterality and regional EEG activity differences. International Journal of Pschophysiology, Vol 24, pp. 239-266.

NLP-148. CRAWFORD, H.J., KNEBEL, T., KAPLAN, LYLA & VANDEMIA, J.M., XIE, M., JAMISON, S. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) Hypnotic Analgesia: 1. Somatosensory Event-Related Potential Changes to Noxious Stimuli and 2. Transfer Learning to Reduce Chronic Low Back Pain. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, Vol. XLVI, No. 1, pp. 92-132.

NLP-149. CRAWFORD, H.J., KNEBEL, T. & VENDEMIA, M.C. (1998) The Nature of Hypnotic Analgesia: Neurophysioloical Foundation and Evidence. Contemporary Hypnosis, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 22-33.

NLP-150. PIERCE, T.W. & KING, J.S. (1998) Using EEG to Study Alzheimer’s Disease and Aging. The Virginia Psychologist, Vol. 42(3), p. 5.

LIMBIC SYSTEMS

NLP-3. MISHKIN, M. (1954) Visual discrimination performance following partial ablations of the temporal lobe: II. Ventral surface vs. hippocampus. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 47, pp. 187-193. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

NLP-7. WEISKRANTZ, L. & WILSON, W. A. Jr. (1955) The effects of reserpine on emotional behavior of normal and brain-operated monkeys. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 61, pp. 36-55. (ALSO SEE BEH)

NLP-11. WEISKRANTZ, L. (1956) Behavioral changes associated with ablation of the amygdaloid complex in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 49, pp. 381-391.

NLP-17. McKEGNEY, F. P. (1958) Telencephalic projections of the midline and intralaminar nuclei in the cat. Yale J. Biol. Med., 30, pp. 415-428.

NLP-20. WEISKRANTZ, L. & WILSON, W. A. Jr. (1958) The effect of ventral rhinencephalic lesions on avoidance thresholds in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 51, pp. 167-171.

NLP-23. GANONG, W. F. & SMULEKOFF, ELAINE. (1959) Discussion of endocrine effects of bilateral amygdalectomy in four dogs. In A. Simon (Ed.), The physiology of emotions. New York: Thomas, p. 70.

NLP-27. SCHWARTZBAUM, J. S. (1960) Response to changes in reinforcing conditions of bar-pressing after ablation of the amygdaloid complex in monkeys. Psychol. Reports, 6, pp. 215-221.

NLP-28. SCHWARTZBAUM, J. S. (1960) Changes in reinforcing properties of stimuli following ablation of the amygdaloid complex in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 53, pp. 388-395.

NLP-31. SCHWARTZBAUM, J. S. (1961) Some characteristics of `amygdaloid hyper-phagia’ in monkeys. Amer. J. Psychol., 74, pp. 252-259.

NLP-32. SCHWARTZBAUM, J. S., WILSON, W. A. Jr., & MORRISETTE, J. R. (1961) The effects of amygdalectomy on locomotor activity in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 54, pp. 334-336.

NLP-43. DOUGLAS, R. J. (1966) The hippocampus and behavior. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 62, pp. 416-442.

NLP-44. DOUGLAS, R. J. (1966) Transposition, novelty, and limbic lesions. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 62, pp. 354-357.

NLP-51. BAGSHAW, M. H. & BENZIES, S. (1968) Multiple measures of the orienting reaction and their dissociation after amygdalectomy in monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 20, pp. 175-187.

NLP-52. BAGSHAW, M. H. & COPPOCK, H. W. (1968) Galvanic skin response conditioning deficit in amygdalectomized monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 20, pp. 188-196.

NLP-53. BAGSHAW, M. H. & PRIBRAM, J. D. (1968) Effect of amygdalectomy in stimulus threshold of the monkey. Exp. Neurol., 20, pp. 197-202.

NLP-64. BARRETT, T. W. (1969) Studies of the function of the amygdaloid complex in Macaca Mulatta. Neuropsychologia, 7, pp. 1-12.

NLP-65. BARRETT, T. W. (1969) A theoretical analysis of the effects of amygdalectomy and of organismic motivation. Math. Biosci., 4, pp. 153-178. (ALSO SEE THEORY)

NLP-82. MAXIM, PETER EDWARD (1972) Behavioral Effects of Telestimulating Hypothalamic Reinforcement sites in Freely Moving Rhesus Monkeys, Brain Research, 42, 243-262. (ALSO SEE BEH)

PARIETAL & TEMPORAL CORTECES

NLP-1. CHOW, K. H. (1950) A retrograde cell degeneration study of the cortical cell degeneration study of the cortical projection field of the pulvinar in the monkey. J. Comp. Neurol., 93, pp. 313-340.

NLP-3. MISHKIN, M. (1954) Visual discrimination performance following partial ablations of the temporal lobe: II. Ventral surface vs. hippocampus. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 47, pp. 187-193. (ALSO SEE LS)

NLP-6. MISHKIN, M. & HALL, MARTHA. (1955) Discrimination along a size continuum following ablation of the inferior temporal convexity in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 48, pp. 97-101.

NLP-10. PRIBRAM, H. & BARRY, J. (1956) Further behavioral analysis of parieto-temporo-preoccipital cortex. J. Neurophysiol., 19, pp. 99-106.

NLP-12. ETTLINGER, G. (1957) Visual discrimination following successive unilateral temporal excisions in monkeys. J. Physiol., 140, (Eng.), pp. 38-39.

NLP-14. WILSON, MARTHA (1957) Effects of circumscribed cortical lesions upon somesthetic discrimination in the monkey. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 50, pp. 630-635.

NLP-15. ETTLINGER, G. & WEGNER, J. (1958) Somaesthetic alternation, discrimination and orientation after frontal and parietal lesions in the monkeys. Q. J. Exp. Psychol., 10, pp. 177-186. (ALSO SEE PFC)

NLP-19. WEISKRANTZ, L. & MISHKIN, M. (1958) Effects of temporal and frontal cortical lesions on auditory discrimination in monkeys. Brain, 81, pp. 406-414. (ALSO SEE PFC)

NLP-21. ETTLINGER, G. (1959) Visual discrimination with a single manipulandum following temporal ablations in the monkeys. Q. J. Exp. Psychol., 11, pp. 164-174.

NLP-22. MISHKIN, M. & WEISKRANTZ, L. (1959) Effects of cortical lesions in monkeys on critical flicker frequency. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 52, pp. 660-666. (ALSO SEE PFC)

NLP-25. WILSON, W. A. Jr. & MISHKIN, M. (1959) Comparison of the effects of inferotemporal and lateral occipital lesions on visually guided behavior in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 52, pp. 10-17. (ALSO SEE VC)

NLP-35. STAMM, J. S. & WARREN, ANN. (1961) Learning and retention by monkeys with epileptogenic implants in posterior parietal cortex. Epilepsia, 2, pp. 229-242.

NLP-38. STAMM, J. S & KNIGHT, MARCIA. (1963) Learning of visual tasks by monkeys with epileptogenic implants in temporal cortex. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 56, pp. 254-260. (ALSO SEE EEG)

NLP-60. WEGENER, J. G. (1968) The effect of cortical lesions on auditory and visual discrimination behavior in monkeys. Cortex, IV, pp. 203-232. (ALSO SEE AC, VC)

NLP-77. REITZ, S. L. & GERBRANDT, L. K. (1971) Pre- and post-trial temporal lobe seizures in monkeys and memory consolidation. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 74, pp. 179-184.

NLP-98. UNGERLEIDER, L. G. & BRODY, B. A. (1977) Extrapersonal spatial orientation: The role of posterior parietal, anterior frontal, and inferotemporal cortex. Exp. Neurol., 56, pp.265-280. (ALSO SEE PFC)

NLP-98a. UNGERLEIDER, L.G. & CHRISTENSEN, C.A. (1977) Pulvinar lesions in monkeys produce abnormal eye movements during visual discrimination training. Brain Research, 136, pp. 189-196.

NLP-105. UNGERLEIDER, L. G. & CHRISTENSEN, C. A. (1979) Pulvinar lesions in monkeys produce abnormal scanning of a complex visual array. Neuropsychologia, 17, pp. 493-501.

PREFRONTAL CORTEX

NLP-2. BRODY, E. B. & ROSVOLD, H. E. (1952) Influence of prefrontal lobotomy on social interaction in a monkey group. Psychosom. Med., 14, pp. 406-415.

NLP-13. MISHKIN, M. (1957) Effects of small frontal lesions on delayed alternation in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 20, pp. 615-622.

NLP-15. ETTLINGER, G. & WEGNER, J. (1958) Somaesthetic alternation, discrimination and orientation after frontal and parietal lesions in the monkeys. Q. J. Exp. Psychol., 10, pp. 177-186. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

NLP-18. MISHKIN, M & WEISKRANTZ, L. (1958) Effects of delaying reward on visual- discrimination performance in monkeys with frontal lesions. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 51, pp. 276-281.

NLP-19. WEISKRANTZ, L. & MISHKIN, M. (1958) Effects of temporal and frontal cortical lesions on auditory discrimination in monkeys. Brain, 81, pp. 406-414. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

NLP-22. MISHKIN, M. & WEISKRANTZ, L. (1959) Effects of cortical lesions in monkeys on critical flicker frequency. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 52, pp. 660-666. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

NLP-34. STAMM, J. S. (1961) Electrical stimulation of frontal cortex in monkeys during learning of an alternation task. J. Neurophysiol., 24, pp. 414-426. (ALSO SEE EEG)

NLP-36. WILSON, W. A. Jr. (1962) Alternation in normal and frontal monkeys as a function of response and outcome of the previous trial. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 55, pp. 701-704.

NLP-37. STAMM, J. S. (1963) Function of prefrontal cortex in timing behavior of monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 7, pp. 87-97.

NLP-39. STAMM, J. S. (1964) Function of cingulate and prefrontal cortex in frustrative behavior. Acta Biol. Exper., 24, pp. 27-36.

NLP-40. GRUENINGER, W. E., KIMBLE, D. P., BRUENINGER, J. & LEVINE, S. (1965) GSR and corticosteroid response in monkeys with frontal ablations. Neuropsychologia, 3, pp. 205-216.

NLP-41. PINTO-HAMUY, T. & LINCK, P. (1965) Effect of frontal lesions on performance of sequential tasks by monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 12, pp. 96-107.

NLP-69. TUBBS, W. E. (1969) Primate frontal lesions and the temporal structure of behavior. Behav. Sci., 14, pp. 347-356.

NLP-98. UNGERLEIDER, L. G. & BRODY, B. A. (1977) Extrapersonal spatial orientation: The role of posterior parietal, anterior frontal, and inferotemporal cortex. Exp. Neurol., 56, pp.265-280. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

TECHNOLOGY

NLP-4. COX, R. R. & KRUGER, L. (1955) A device for observing animals in darkness. Amer. J. Psychol., 68, pp. 666-668.

NLP-74. SPINELLI, D. N. (1970) OCCAM: A computer model for a content addressable memory in the central nervous system. In K. H. Pribram & D. Broadbent (Eds.), Biology in Memory, pp. 293-306.

NLP-76. SPINELLI, D. N., BRIDGEMAN, B. & OWENS, S. (1970) A simple single-unit microelectrode recording system. Med. & Biol. Engr., 8, pp. 599-602.

NLP-80a. BRIDGEMAN, B. (1972) A simple system for extracellular micro-electrode recording from awake animals. Electroensephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 33, pp. 116-118.

THEORY

NLP-54. BARRETT, T. W. (1968) Prolegomena to an aesthetic. Math. Biosci., 3, pp. 431-461.

NLP-55. BARRETT, T. W. (1968) The relation of mind to brain. Confin. Psychiat., 11, pp. 133-153.

NLP-61. BARRETT, T. W. (1969) The cerebral cortex as a diffractive medium. Math. Biosci., 4, pp. 311-350.

NLP-62. BARRETT, T. W. (1969) The cortex as interferometer: The transmission of amplitude, frequency and phase in cortical structures. Neuropsychologia, 7, pp. 135-148.

NLP-63. BARRETT, T. W. (1969) Entropy and symmetry — Their relation to thought processes in the biological system. Kybernetik, 6, pp. 102-112.

NLP-65. BARRETT, T. W. (1969) A theoretical analysis of the effects of amygdalectomy and of organismic motivation. Math. Biosci., 4, pp. 153-178. (ALSO SEE LS)

NLP-79. BARRETT, T. W. (1972) On vibrating strings and information theory. J. Sound and Vibration, 20(3), pp. 407-412.

NLP-85. BARRETT, T. W. (1973) Structural information theory. J. Acoustical Soc. of America, 54(4): 1092-1098.

NLP-86. BARRETT, T. W. (1973) Comparing the efficiency of sensory systems: A biophysical approach. J. Biol. Physics, 1(3): 175-192.

NLP-108. OSHINS, E. & MCGOVERN, D. (1980) Thoughts about logic about thoughts…: The question “Schizophrenia?” In B. H. Banathy (Ed.), Systems science and science, Proc. 24th Annual Meeting, General Systems Research with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, January.

VISUAL CORTEX

NLP-25. WILSON, W. A. Jr. & MISHKIN, M. (1959) Comparison of the effects of inferotemporal and lateral occipital lesions on visually guided behavior in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 52, pp. 10-17. (ALSO SEE P&TC)

NLP-45. SPINELLI, D. N. (1966) Visual receptive fields in the cat’s retina: Complications. Science, 152, pp. 1768-1769.

NLP-46. SPINELLI, D. N. & WEINGARTEN, M. (1966) Afferent and efferent activity in single units of the cat’s optic nerve. Exp. Neurol., 15, pp. 347-362.

NLP-47. WEINGARTEN, M. & SPINELLI, D. N. (1966) Retinal receptive field changes produced by auditory and somatic stimulation. Exp. Neurol., 15, pp. 363-376.

NLP-47a. CHOW, K.L. and DEWSON III, J.H. (1966) Numerical Estimates of Neurons and Glia in Lateral Geniculate Body During Retroglade Degeneration, J. Comp. Neurol. 128, pp. 63-74.

NLP-48. DEWSON, J. H., III. (1967) Progressive acquisition of relevant cues in visual pattern discrimination by monkeys. Perceptual Motor Skills, 24, pp. 451-454.

NLP-49. SPINELLI, D. N. (1967) Evoked responses to visual patterns in area 17 of the rhesus monkey. Brain Res., 5, pp. 511-514. (ALSO SEE EEG)

NLP-50. SPINELLI, D. N. (1967) Receptive field organization of ganglion cells in the cat’s retina. Exp. Neurol., 19, pp. 291-351.

NLP-59. SPINELLI, D. N., STARR, A. & BARRETT, T. W. (1968) Auditory specificity in unit recordings from cat’s visual cortex. Exp. Neurol., 22, pp. 75-84.

NLP-60. WEGENER, J. G. (1968) The effect of cortical lesions on auditory and visual discrimination behavior in monkeys. Cortex, IV, pp. 203-232. (ALSO SEE AC, P&TC)

NLP-68. SPINELLI, D. N. & BARRETT, T. W. (1969) Visual receptive field organization of single units in the cat’s visual cortex. Exp. Neurol., 24, pp. 76-98.

NLP-75. SPINELLI, D. N. (1970) Recognition of visual patterns. Perception and Its Disorders, 48, pp. 139-149.

NLP-78. HIRSCH, H. V. B. & SPINELLI, D. N. (1971) Modification of the distribution of receptive field orientation in cats by selective visual exposure during development. Exp. Brain Res., 13, pp. 509-527.

NLP-80. BRIDGEMAN, B. (1972) Visual receptive fields sensitive to absolute and relative motion during tracking. Science, 178, pp. 1106-1108.

NLP-93. SUTTER, E. (1975) A revised conception of visual receptive fields based on pseudorandom spatio-temporal pattern stimuli. In Proc. Conf. on Testing and Identification of Nonlinear Systems. California Institute of Technology/National Science Foundation.

NLP-126a. GANZ, L. & FELDER, R. (1984) Mechanism of directional selectivity in simple neurons of the cat’s visual cortex analyzed with stationary flash sequences. Journal of Neurophysiology, 51 (2), 294-324.

NLP-126b. GANZ, L. (1984) Visual cortical mechanism responsible for direction selectivity. Vision Res., 24(1), 3-11.

THEORY PAPERS

BEHAVIOR

T-4. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1958) Neocortical function in behavior. In H. F. Harlow & C. N. Woolsey (Eds.), Biological and biochemical bases of behavior. Madison: Univ. Wisconsin Press, 1953. pp. 151-172.

T-5. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1958) Comparative neurology and the evolution of behavior. In A. Roe & G. G. Simpson (Eds.), Behavior and evolution. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 140-164.

T-16. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1963) The new neurology: Memory, novelty, thought and choice. In G. H. Glaser (Ed.), EEG and behavior. New York: Basic Books, pp. 149-173. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-19. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1964) Commitment to dreams. In S. Farber & R. Wilson (Eds.), Man and civilization: The family’s search for survival. New York: McGraw-Hill, pp. 167-172.

T-26. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) The limbic systems, efferent control of neural inhibition and behavior. In W. R. Adey & T. Tokizane (Eds.), Progress in brain research. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 318-336. (ALSO SEE LF)

T-30. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1968) Toward a neuropsychological theory of person. In E. Norbert, D. Price-Williams, & W. McCord (Eds.), The study of personality: An interdisciplinary approach. New York: Holt, Rinehard & Winston, pp. 150-160. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-31. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1968) Mind, brain and behavior: Excursions into paradox. Psychological Scene, 2, pp. 30-33. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-37. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Neural servosystems and the structure of personality. J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 149, pp. 30-39. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-43. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Psychology tomorrow: The immediate future. In Proceedings of the XIX International Congress of Psychology, London, England.

T-60. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1973) Operant behaviorism: Fad, Fact-ory and Fantasy? In H. Wheeler (Ed.), Beyond the punitive society — operant conditioning: Social and political aspects. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, pp. 101-112.

T-88. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Alternate states of consciousness: Some observations on the organization of studies of mind, brain and behavior. In N. E. Zinberg (Ed.), Alternate states of consciousness. New York: The Free Press, pp. 220-229. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-107. MCGUINNESS, D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) The origins of sensory bias in the development of gender differences in perception and cognition. In M. Bortner (Ed.), Cognitive growth and development: Essays in memory of Herbert G. Birch. New York: Bruner/Mazel, pp. 3-56.

T-109. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) Behaviorism, phenomenology and holism in psychology: A scientific analysis. J. Soc. & Biol. Struc., 2, pp. 65-72. (ALSO SEE HOL)

T-120. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Image, information and episodic modes of central processing. In R. F. Thompson, L. H. Hicks, & V. B. Shvyrkov (Eds.), Neural mechanisms of goal-directed behavior and learning. New York: Academic Press, pp. 319-340. (ALSO SEE M&L, NPS)

T-123. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Behaviorism, phenomenology and holism in psychology: A scientific analysis. In R. Valle & R. von Eckartsberg (Eds.), The Metaphors of Consciousness. York: Plenum, pp. 141-151. (ALSO SEE HOL)

T-133. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Psychoanalysis and the natural sciences: The brain-behavior connection from Freud to the present. Freud Memorial Lecture, University College, London.

T-151. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) Brain, behavioral operants, cognitive operations, and holonomic transformations. In R. Gandelman (Ed.), Perspectives in Psychology. New York: Erlbaum, pp. 63-97. (ALSO SEE HOL)

T-155. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) The Socio-biology of man, Evolution und die Zukunft der Menschhift, Alpbach Forum, Austria, pp. 407-426.

T-156. PRIBRAM, K. H. & ROBINSON, D. (1985) Biological contributions to the development of psychology. In C. Buxton (Ed.), A history of modern psychology: Concepts, methods, viewpoint. New York: Academic Press, pp.345-377.

T-169. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1989) Psychoanalysis and the natural sciences: the brain-behavior connection from Freud to the present. In J. Sandler (Ed.), Dimension of Psychoanalysis, (pp. 139-163). London: Karnac Books. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-187. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) The Enigma of Reinforcement. Neurobehavioral Plasticity: Learning, Development and Response to Brain Insults. Proceedings of the Bob Isaacson Symposium in Clearwater, FL, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, NJ, pp. 381-403. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-189. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Psychology as a Single Versus A Cross Level Science, APA Symposium “Unified Theory Perspectives–Cognitivism, Psychobiology, Psychometric Theory and Behaviorism”, International Newsletter of Uninomic Psychology, Cyril M. Franks, Ph.D.(ed.), Volume 15. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-191. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Neural Circuitry and Behavior; Synaptodendritic Microprocesses and Conscious Experience: Data and Theory. The proceedings of the INNS Meeting in Washington, D.C. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-205. PRIBRAM, K.H. & BRADLEY, R. (1998) The Brain, the Me, and the I. In M. Ferrari and R.J. Sternberg (Eds.) Self-Awareness: Its Nature and Development. New York: The Guilford Press, pp. 273-307.

CONSCIOUSNESS

T-78. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Problems concerning the structure of consciousness. In G. Globus, G. Maxwell, & I. Savodnik (Eds.), Consciousness and brain: A scientific and philosophical inquiry. New York: Plenum, pp. 297-313.

T-82. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Self-consciousness and intentionality: A model based on an experimental analysis of the brain mechanisms involved in the Jamesian theory of motivation and emotion. In G. S. Schwartz & D. Shapiro (Eds.), Consciousness and self-regulation: Advances in research. Vol. 1. New York: Plenum, pp. 51-100. (ALSO SEE EMO)

T-88. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Alternate states of consciousness: Some observations on the organization of studies of mind, brain and behavior. In N. E. Zinberg (Ed.), Alternate states of consciousness. New York: The Free Press, pp. 220-229. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-91. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Brain Mechanisms in Language, Cognition and Consciousness. In B. B. Wolman (Ed.), International encyclopedia of neurology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychology. (ALSO SEE L&C)

T-101. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) Consciousness and neurophysiology. Federation Proceedings, 37, pp. 2271-2274.

T-103. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) Consciousness: A scientific approach. J. Indian Psychol., 1, pp. 95-118.

T-106. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) Conscious and unconscious processes: A neurophysiological and neuropsychological analysis. In The unconscious: Its nature, functions, and methods of study. Vol. 1. USSR: Georgian Acad. Sci./Metsniereva Pub. House, pp. 3-56. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-110. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) Transcending the mind/brain problem. Zygon, 14, pp. 19-30. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-116. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Mind, brain and consciousness: The organization of competence. In J. M. Davidson & R. J. Davidson (Eds.), Psychobiology of consciousness. New York: Plenum, pp. 47-62.

T-142. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1983) Brain, consciousness and reality. In J. E. Charon (Ed.), L’Esprit et la Science. Paris: Albin Michel, (French trans.).

T-152. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) Complexity and causality. The Science and Praxis of Complexity. The United Nations University, pp. 119-132.

T-176. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Introduction: Brain and consciousness. A wealth of data. In: E.R. John (Ed.), Machinery of the Mind: Data, Theory, and Speculations about higher brain function, (pp. xxi-xxxvi). Cambridge, MA: Birkhauser-Boston.

T-177. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Brain, Mind, and Consciousness: The science of neuropsychology. In: A. Bocaz (Ed.), Proceedings: First Symposium on Cognition, Language and Culture: Crossdisciplinary Dialog in Cognitive Sciences (pp. 9-38). Santiago, Chile: Universidad de Chile. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-191. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Neural Circuitry and Behavior; Synaptodendritic Microprocesses and Conscious Experience: Data and Theory. The proceedings of the INNS Meeting in Washington, D.C. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-193. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) The Varieties of Conscious Experience: Biological Roots and Social Usages. In S.R. Hameroff, A.W. Kaszniak, and A.C. Scott (Eds.) Toward a Science of Consciousness: The First Tucson Discussions and Debates. Cambridge: The MIT Press, pp. 141-164.

T-194a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Traitement quantique dans les systèmes cérébraux et nature spirituelle de l’humanité. In Michel Random (Ed.) La Mutation Du Futur. Paris: Albin Michel, pp. 57-76.

T-194b. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Quantum information processing in brain systems and the spiritual nature of mankind. In Science and Culture: A Common Path for the Future. Final Report of the UNESCO/UNU Tokyo Symposium held September 1995, pp. 155-168. (Translation into Japanese 1999; editor: Eiji Hattori; publisher: Reitaku University, pp. 217-244).

T-194c. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Quantum information processing in brain systems and the spiritual nature of mankind. In Frontier Perspectives, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 7-16.

T-211. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) On Brain, Conscious Experience, and Human Agency. In David Loye (Ed.) The Evolutionary Outrider: The Impact of the Human Agent on Evolution. Westport, CT: Praeger, pp. 67-91.

T-215. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) The Primacy of Conscious Experience. In R.L. Amoroso, R. Antunes, C. Coelho, M. Farias, A. Leite, & P. Soares (Eds.) Science and the Primacy of Consciousness. Orinda, CA: The Noetic Press, pp. 1-7.

T-218. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Brain and the Composition of Conscious Experience. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 6, No. 5, pp. 19-42.

T-220. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Brain and the Configuration of Conscious Experience. In T. Slunecko, O. Vitouch, C. Korunka, H. Bauer, B. Flatschacher Psychologie des Bewusstseins, Bewusstsein der Psychologie. Wein: WUV, pp. 57-77.

EMOTION

T-27. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) The new neurology and the biology of emotion. American Psychologist, 10, pp. 830-838.

T-28. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Emotion: Steps toward a neuropsychological theory. In D. C. Glass (Ed.), Neurophysiology and emotion. New York: Rockfeller Univ. Press & Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 3-39. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-33. PRIBRAM, K. H., & MELGES, F. T. (1969) Psychophysiological basis of emotion. In P. J. Vinkey & G. S. Gruyn (Eds.), Handbook of clinical neurology. Vol. 3. Amsterdam: North-Holland, pp. 316-342.

T-44. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) Feelings as monitors. In M. B. Arnold (Ed.), Feelings and emotions. New York: Academic Press, pp. 41-53.

T-82. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Self-consciousness and intentionality: A model based on an experimental analysis of the brain mechanisms involved in the Jamesian theory of motivation and emotion. In G. S. Schwartz & D. Shapiro (Eds.), Consciousness and self-regulation: Advances in research. Vol. 1. New York: Plenum, pp. 51-100. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-90. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Brain: emotion and motivation. In B. B. Wolman (Ed.), International encyclopedia of neurology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychology.

T-113. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) The biology of emotions and other feelings. In R. Plutchik & H. Kellerman (Eds.), Emotion: Theory, research and experience, Vol. I: Theories of emotion. New York: Academic Press, pp. 245-269.

T-115. MCGUINNESS, D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) The neuropsychology of attention: Emotional and motivational controls. In M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), The brain and psychology. New York: Academic Press, pp. 95-139. (ALSO SEE LF)

T-124. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Emotions. In S. B. Filskov & T. J. Boll (Eds.), Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology. New York: Wiley Interscience Series, pp. 102-134.

T-147. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1984) Emotion: A neurobehavoral analysis. In P. Ekman (Ed.), Approaches to Emotion. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 13-38.

T-192. TUCKER, D.M., LUU, P. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Social and Emotional Self-Regulation. In J. Grafman, k. Holyoak, and F. Boller (Eds.) Structure and Functions of the Human Prefrontal Cortex. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 769, pp. 213-239.

T-198b. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Brain, Motivation, and Emotion. In B.B. Wolman (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychoanalysis, 1. New York: Henry Holt & Co., pp. 85-86.

HOLOGRAPHY / HOLONOMY

T-52. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) The brain. Psychology Today, 5, pp. 44-90.

T-62. PRIBRAM, K. H., NUWER, M., & BARON, R. J. (1973) The holographic hypothesis of memory structure in brain function and perception. In R. C. Atkinson, D. H. Krantz, R. C. Luce, & P. Suppes (Eds.), Contemporal developments in mathematical psychology. New York: W. H. Freeman, pp. 416-457.

T-73. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Toward a holonomic theory of perception. In Gestalttheorie in der modern psychologie. (Metzger Festschrift), pp. 161-184.

T-95. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Holonomy and structure in the organization of perception. In J. M. Nicholas (Ed.), Images, perception and knowledge. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel. (ALSO SEE PER)

T-105. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) What the fuss is all about. Re-Vision, 1, pp. 14-18.

T-109. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) Behaviorism, phenomenology and holism in psychology: A scientific analysis. J. Soc. & Biol. Struc., 2, pp. 65-72. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-111. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) A progress report on the scientific understanding of paranormal phenomena. In B. Shapin & L. Coley (Eds.), Brain/mind and parapsychology. New York: Parapsychology Foundation, pp. 143-176.

T-112. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) From infinities to no-thing: An exploration of brain function. In T. Hanna (Ed.), Explorers of humankind. San Francisco: Harper & Row, pp. 106-118.

T-123. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Behaviorism, phenomenology and holism in psychology: A scientific analysis. In R. Valle & R. von Eckartsberg (Eds.), The Metaphors of Consciousness. York: Plenum, pp. 141-151. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-125. PRIBRAM, K. H. & RAMIREZ, J. M. (1981) El functionamiento holonomico del cerebro. Revista Latinoamericana de Psicologia, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 187-246.

T-131. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) The brain, the telephone, the thermostat, the computer, and the hologram. Cognition and Brain Theory, 4, pp. 105-122.

T-148. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1984) The holographic hypothesis of brain function: A meeting of minds. Proc. 7th Ann. Conf. of the Int’l. Transpersonal Association. Bombay, India, 1982, pp. 167-179.

T-151. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) Brain, behavioral operants, cognitive operations, and holonomic transformations. In R. Gandelman (Ed.), Perspectives in Psychology. New York: Erlbaum, pp. 63-97. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-153. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) `Holism’ could close the cognition era. APA Monitor, 16, pp. 5-6.

T-164. PRIBRAM, K. H. & CARLTON, E. H. (1987) Holonomic brain theory in imaging and object perception. Acta Psychologica, 63, pp. 175-210.

T-167. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1988) Holography and brain function. In G. Adelman (Ed.) Encyclopedia of neuroscience. Boston: Birkhauser.

T-173. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Prolegomenon for a holonomic brain theory. In H. Haken & M. Stadler (Eds.), Synergetics of Cognition, (pp. 150-184). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

T-204. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) Non-locality and Localization: A Holographic Hypothesis About Brain Functioning in the Processes of Perception and Memory. In Synergetics and Psychology: Issue 1: Methodological Issues. Moscow: MGSU Union, pp. 156-183. (Russian translation of T-157) (ALSO SEE PER, M&L)

T-214. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Quantum Holography: Is it Relevant to Brain Function? Information Sciences, 115, pp. 97-102.

T-216. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Status Report: Quantum Holography and the Brain. Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica: Emergence Complexit, Hierarchy, Organization, Vol. 2, pp. 33-60.

T-217. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Holography, Holonomy and Brain Function. In George Adelman & Barry H. Smith (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd Edition. New York: Elsevier Science, pp. 899-900.

LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION

T-24. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) How the brain controls its input. In L. Thayer (Ed.), Communication, concepts and perspectives. Washington, D.C.: Spartan Books, pp. 191-205.

T-52a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1971) Education: An Enterprise in Language Learning. In M.C. Reynolds (Ed.) Proceedings of the Conference on Psychology and the Process of Schooling in the Next Decade: Alternative Conceptions. Minneapolis, Minnesota: U. of Minnesota, pp. 141-146. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-61. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1973) The comparative psychology of communication: The issue of grammar and meaning. In E. Tobach, H. E. Adler, & L. L. Adler (Eds.), Comparative psychology at issue. Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 223, pp. 135-143.

T-75. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Neurolinguistics: The study of brain organization in grammar and meaning. TOTUS HOMO, 6, pp. 20-30.

T-84. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Language in a sociobilogical frame. In Origins and evolution of language and speech. Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 280, pp. 798-809.

T-91. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Brain Mechanisms in Language, Cognition and Consciousness. In B. B. Wolman (Ed.), International encyclopedia of neurology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychology. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-99. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) In search of the elusive semeiotic. In G. H. Bourne (Ed.), Progress in ape research. New York: Academic Press.

T-104. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) The linguistic act. In J. H. Smith (Ed.), Psychiatry and the humanities, vol. 3: Psychoanalysis and language. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, pp. 75-98.

T-121. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) The place of pragmatics in the syntactic and semantic organization of language. In Temporal variables in speech: Studies in honour of Frieda Goldman/Eisler. Janua Linguarum. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 13-20.

T-126. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) The distributed nature of the memory store and the localization of linguistic competencies. Toronto Semiotic Circle — Proceedings of a Symposium on the Neurological Basis of Signs in Communication Processes. Toronto: Victoria Univ., pp. 127-147. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-127. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Context sensitive coding in speech. In T. Myers, J. Laver, & J. Anderson (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Cognitive Representation of Speech, Edinburgh, Scotland. Amsterdam: N. Holland, pp. 255-262. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-149a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1984) Space-time and duration in the organization of language. In M.Olivetti Belardinelli (Ed.), Communicaziono scientifiche di Psicologia Generale, 12, pp. 107-119.

T-180. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1993) Brain and the structure of narrative. In: D. S. Levine and M. Aparicio (Eds.), Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 375-417.

T-190. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Erzählende Funktionen des Gehirns. Zentralnervöse Grundlagen der narrativen Strukturierung von Erleben, Sprache und Handeln, Auf den Schultern von Gutenberg, Quintessenz: München, Germany, pp. 34-45.

T-198a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Brain and Language. In B.B. Wolman (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychoanalysis, 1. New York: Henry Holt & Co., pp. 83-85.

T-199. BRADLEY, R. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1997) Communication and Optimality in Biosocial Collectives. In D. S. Levine & W.R. Elsberry (Eds.) Optimality in Biological and Artificial Networks, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., pp. 449-487.

T-203. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) Musica y Cerebro. In Paxti del Campo (Ed.) La Musica Como Proceso Humano. Salamanca: Amaru Ediciones, pp. 49-57.

LIMBIC SYSTEMS

T-3. PRIBRAM, K. H. & KRUGER, L. (1954) Function of the ‘olfactory’ brain. Ann. N. Y. Acadm. Sci., 54, pp. 109-138.

T-9. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1961) Limbic System. In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1961. pp. 311-320.

T-26. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) The limbic systems, efferent control of neural inhibition and behavior. In W. R. Adey & T. Tokizane (Eds.), Progress in brain research. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 318-336. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-36. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The neurobehavioral analysis of limbic forebrain mechanisms: Revision and progress report. In D. S. Lehrman, R. A. Hinde, & E. Shaw (Eds.), Advances in the study of behavior. New York: Academic Press, pp. 297-332.

T-41. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Overview of biological contributions made at the XVIII International Congress of Psychology, 4-11 August, 1966. Proceedings of the Congress, Moscow, pp. 171-175.

T-68. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MCGUINNESS, D. (1975) Arousal, activation, and effort in the control of attention. Psychol. Rev., 82, pp. 116-149.

T-69. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MCGUINNESS, D. (1975) Arousal, activation, and effort: Separate neural systems. In D. H. Ingvar & N. A Lassen (Eds.), Brain work: The coupling of function, metabolism and blood flow in the brain. Copenhagen: Alfred Benzon Foundation, pp. 428-451.

T-76. ISAACSON, R. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Introduction. The Hippocampus, Vol. I. New York: Plenum, pp. 1-4.

T-77. ISAACSON, R. L. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Summary Statement. The Hippocampus, Vol. II. New York: Plenum, pp. 429-441.

T-87. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MCGUINNESS, D. (1977) Arousal, aktivierung und austrengung: Gesonderte neurale systeme. Zeitschrift fur Psychologies, 184, pp. 382-403.

T-92. MCGUINNESS, D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Arousal and Activation of the Brain. In B. B. Wolman (Ed.), International encyclopedia of neurology, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and psychology.

T-93. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Peptides and protocritic processes. In L. H. Miller, C. L. Sandman, & A. J. Kastin (Eds.), Neuropeptide influences on the brain and behavior. New York: Raven Press, pp. 213-232.

T-96. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Values: A sociobiological analysis. In The search for absolute values: Harmony among the sciences. New York: ICF Press, pp 641-651.

T-115. MCGUINNESS, D. & PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) The neuropsychology of attention: Emotional and motivational controls. In M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), The brain and psychology. New York: Academic Press, pp. 95-139. (ALSO SEE EMO)

T-134. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Psychophysiology and the study of protocritic processes. In N. P. Bechtereva (Ed.), Psychophysiology Today and Tomorrow. London: Pergammon Press, pp. 155-170.

T-160. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) Introduction to Vol. IV, The Hippocampus.

T-161. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) The hippocampal system and recombinant processing. In R. Isaacson & K. H. Pribram (Eds.), The Hippocampus, Vol. III and IV. New York: Plenum.

T-179. PRIBRAM, K. H. & MCGUINNESS, D. (1992) Attention and para-attentional processing: Event-related brain potentials as tests of a model. In: D. Friedman & G. Bruder (Eds.), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 658 (pp. 65-92). New York: New York Academy of Sciences.

T-206. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) On Brain and Value: Utility, Preference, Play and Creativity. In K.H. Pribram (Ed.) Brain and Values: Is a Biological Science of Values Possible. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 43-54.

T-207. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) Foreword and Afterword to Brain and Values: Is a Biological Science of Values Possible. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 25-27, 551-558.

MEMORY & LEARNING

T-14. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1963) Reinforcement revisited: A structural view. In M. Jones (Ed.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press, pp. 113-159.

T-16. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1963) The new neurology: Memory, novelty, thought and choice. In G. H. Glaser (Ed.), EEG and behavior. New York: Basic Books, pp. 149-173. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-18. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1964) Neurological notes on the art of educating. In E. Hilgard (Ed.), Theories of learning and instruction. (63rd Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education.) Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, pp. 78-110.

T-22. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1966) Some dimensions of remembering: Steps toward a neuropsychological model of memory. In J. Gaito (Ed.), Macromolecules and behavior. New York: Academic Press, pp. 165-187.

T-25. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Delving into memory. In Literary Gazette, Moscow, July 26 (Russian trans.).

T-29. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Neurophysiology and learning: Memory and organization of attention. In D. B. Lindsley & A. A. Lumsdaine (Eds.), Brain function and learning. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, pp. 79-122.

T-34. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The neurophysiology of remembering. Scientific American, pp. 73-86.

T-35. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The physiology of remembering. The future of brain sciences. New York: Plenum, pp. 65-87.

T-39. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Four R’s of remembering. In K. H. Pribram (Ed.), The biology of learning. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, pp. 191-225.

T-40. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The amnestic syndromes: Disturbance in coding? In G. A. Talland & M. Waugh (Eds.), The psychopathology of memory. New York: Academic Press, pp. 127-157.

T-42. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The physiology of remembering. In S. Bogoch (Ed.), The future of the brain sciences. New York: Plenum, pp. 65-87.

T-47. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) The primate brain and human learning. In J. Linhart (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Psychology of Human Learning. Vol. I. Prague: Czech. Acad. Sci., pp. 27-61.

T-48. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) Summary. In J. Linhart (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Psychology of Human Learning. Vol. II. Prague: Czech Acad. Sci., pp. 395-403.

T-50. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) Autism: A deficiency in context-dependent processes? Proc. Conf. & Ann. Mtg. of Soc. for Autistic Children, Public Health Service Bull. #3164, pp. 42-50.

T-51. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) The training of the brain. In Encyclopedia of Education. Vol. 1. New York: MacMillan, pp. 478-486. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-52a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1971) Education: An Enterprise in Language Learning. In M.C. Reynolds (Ed.) Proceedings of the Conference on Psychology and the Process of Schooling in the Next Decade: Alternative Conceptions. Minneapolis, Minnesota: U. of Minnesota, pp. 141-146. (ALSO SEE L&C)

T-53. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Meaning in education. In T. L. Cooper (Ed.), The future now: Concepts for education. New York: Simon & Schuster.

T-55. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Some dimensions of remembering: Steps toward a neuropsychological model of memory. In J. Gaito (Ed.), Macromolecules and behavior. New York: Appleton-Century Crofts, pp. 367-393. (ALSO SEE NPS)

T-56. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Neurological investigations of the associative structure of memory. Clin. Neurosurg., 19, pp. 397-420.

T-71. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Introduction. In J. Linhart (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2nd Prague Conference on the Psychology of Human Learning and Problem Solving. Prague: Czech. Acad. Sci., pp. 4-13.

T-72. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Summary. In J. Linhart (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2nd Prague conference on the Psychology of Human Learning and Problem Solving. Prague: Czech. Acad. Sci., pp. 529-538.

T-86. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Die anaminestischen syndrome: kodierungstorungen. Zeitschrift fur Psychologie, 184, pp. 404-431.

T-94. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Modes of central processing in human learning and remembering. In T. J. Teyler (Ed.), Brain and learning. Stamford, Conn.: Greylock Press, pp. 147-163.

T-98. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) The organization of memory by the brain. In I. A. Taylor (Ed.), Psychological parallaxes. Thunder Bay, Ontario: Lakehead Univ. Review, pp. 63-67.

T-100a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1977) Modes of central processing in human learning and remembering. In J. Linhart (Ed.) Proceedings of the 3rd Prague Conference on the Psychology of Human Learning and Development, held in Prague, July 11-15, 1977. Prague: Psychologický ústav SAV, pp. 593-605.

T-114. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) The orienting reaction: Key to brain representational mechanisms. In H. D. Kimmel (Ed.), The orienting reflex in humans. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 3-20.

T-117. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Cognition and performance: The relation to neural mechanisms of consequence, confidence and competence. In A. Routtenberg (Ed.), Biology of reinforcement: Facets of brain stimulation reward. New York: Academic Press, pp. 11-36.

T-120. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Image, information and episodic modes of central processing. In R. F. Thompson, L. H. Hicks, & V. B. Shvyrkov (Eds.), Neural mechanisms of goal-directed behavior and learning. New York: Academic Press, pp. 319-340. (ALSO SEE NPS, BEH)

T-126. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) The distributed nature of the memory store and the localization of linguistic competencies. Toronto Semiotic Circle — Proceedings of a Symposium on the Neurological Basis of Signs in Communication Processes. Toronto: Victoria Univ., pp. 127-147. (ALSO SEE L&C)

T-127. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Context sensitive coding in speech. In T. Myers, J. Laver, & J. Anderson (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Cognitive Representation of Speech, Edinburgh, Scotland. Amsterdam: N. Holland, pp. 255-262. (ALSO SEE L&C)

T-129. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) The brain as the locus of cognitive controls on action. In G. d’Ydewalle & W. Lens (Eds.), Cognition in Human Motivation and Learning. Leuven, Belgium: Univ. of Leuven Press, pp. 82-92; also, New Jersey: Erlbaum, 1981, pp. 141-157.

T-130. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Computations and representations. In T. W. Simon (Ed.), Proc. Symp. on Language, Mind and Brain, Gainesville, Fla., 1978. New York: Erlbaum, pp. 213-224.

T-145. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1984) Brain systems and cognitive learning processes. In H. L. Roitblat, T. G. Bever, & H. S. Terrace (Eds.), Animal Cognition. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 627-656.

T-158. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) The organization of memory in non-human primate model system. In N. Butters & L. Squire (Eds.), Neuropsychology of memory. New York: Erlbaum.

T-163. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) Convolution and matrix systems as content addressable distributed brain processes in perception and memory. In F. Klix & H. Hagendorf (Eds.), Human Memory and Cognitive Capabilities. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (ALSO SEE PER)

T-163a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1986) Convolution and matrix systems as content addressable distributed brain processes in perception and memory. In Journal of Neurolinguistics, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 349-364. (ALSO SEE PER)

T-171. MCGUINNESS, D., PRIBRAM, K. H., & PIRNAZAR, M. (1990) Upstaging the stage model. In C. N. Alexander & E. Langer (Eds.), Higher Stages of Human Development, (pp. 97-113). New York: Oxford University Press.

T-187. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) The Enigma of Reinforcement. Neurobehavioral Plasticity: Learning, Development and Response to Brain Insults. Proceedings of the Bob Isaacson Symposium in Clearwater, FL, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, NJ, pp. 381-403. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-196. JIBU, M., PRIBRAM, K.H., & YASUE, K. (1996) From conscious experience to memory storage and retrieval: The role of quantum brain dynamics and boson condensation of evanescent photons. International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 10, Nos. 13 & 14, pp. 1735-1754.

T-202. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) The Deep and Surface Structure of Memory and Conscious Learning: Toward A 21st Century Model. In Robert L. Solso (ed.) Mind and Brain Sciences in The 21st Century. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 127-156.

T-204. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) Non-locality and Localization: A Holographic Hypothesis About Brain Functioning in the Processes of Perception and Memory. In Synergetics and Psychology: Issue 1: Methodological Issues. Moscow: MGSU Union, pp. 156-183. (Russian translation of T-157) (ALSO SEE PER, HOL)

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY: MIND / BRAIN ISSUES

T-2. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1954) Toward a science of neuropsychology (method and data). In R. A. Patton (Ed.), Current trends in psychology and the behavioral sciences. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 115-142.

T-6. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) The intrinsic systems of the forebrain. In J. Field, H. W. Magoun, & V. E. Hall (Eds.) Handbook of physiology, neurophysiology II. Washington, D.C.: American Physiological Soc., pp. 1323-1324.

T-7. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1960) A review of theory in physiological psychology. Ann. Rev. Psychol., 11, pp. 1-40.

T-8. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1961) Regional physiology of the central nervous systems (The search for the engram—decade of decision). In E. A. Spiegel (Ed.), Progress in neurology and psychiatry. New York: Grune & Stratton, pp. 45-57.

T-10. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1961) Implications of studies involving brain stimulation for systematic studies of behavior. In D. E. Sheer (Ed.), Electrical stimulation of the brain. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, pp. 563-574.

T-11. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1962) Control systems and behavior. In M. A. B. Brazier (Ed.), Brain and behavior (Vol. II). Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Biological Sciences, pp. 371-387.

T-12. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1962) Interrelations of psychology and the neurological disciplines. In S. Koch (Ed.), Psychology: A study of a science. New York: McGraw-Hill, pp. 119-157.

T-13. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1962) The neuropsychology of Sigmund Freud. In A. J. Bachrach (Ed.), Experimental foundation of clinical psychology. New York: Basic Books, pp. 442-468.

T-15. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1963) A neuropsychological model: Some observations on the structure of psychological processes. In P. H. Knapp (Ed.), Expression of the emotions of man. New York: International Universities Press, pp. 209-229.

T-17. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1963) Neuropsychology in America. In E. Berelson (Ed.), The behavioral sciences today. New York: Basic Books, pp. 101-111.

T-20. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1965) Proposal for a structural pragmatism: Some neuropsychological considerations of problems in philosophy. In B. Wolman & E. Nagle (Eds.), Scientific psychology: Principles and approaches. New York: Basic Books, pp. 426-459.

T-21. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1965) Freud’s Project: An open biologically based model for psychoanalysis. In N. S. Greenfield & W. C. Lewis (Eds.), Psychoanalysis and current biological thought. Madison Univ. of Wisconsin Press, pp. 81-92.

T-23. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1966) A neuropsychological analysis of cerebral function: An informal progress report of an experimental program. Canadian Psychologist, 72, pp. 324-367.

T-28. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1967) Emotion: Steps toward a neuropsychological theory. In D. C. Glass (Ed.), Neurophysiology and emotion. New York: Rockfeller Univ. Press & Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 3-39. (ALSO SEE EMO)

T-30. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1968) Toward a neuropsychological theory of person. In E. Norbert, D. Price-Williams, & W. McCord (Eds.), The study of personality: An interdisciplinary approach. New York: Holt, Rinehard & Winston, pp. 150-160. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-31. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1968) Mind, brain and behavior: Excursions into paradox. Psychological Scene, 2, pp. 30-33. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-37. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) Neural servosystems and the structure of personality. J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 149, pp. 30-39. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-45. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) The biology of mind: Neurobehavioral foundations. In R. A. Gilgen (Ed.,), Scientific psychology: Some perspectives. New York: Academic Press, pp. 45-70.

T-49. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) The realization of mind. Synthese, 22, pp. 313-322.

T-51. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1971) The training of the brain. In Encyclopedia of Education. Vol. 1. New York: MacMillan, pp. 478-486. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-54. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Neurological notes on knowing. In J. Royce (Ed.), The Second Banff Conf. on Theoretical Psych. New York: Gordon & Breach, pp. 449-480.

T-55. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Some dimensions of remembering: Steps toward a neuropsychological model of memory. In J. Gaito (Ed.), Macromolecules and behavior. New York: Appleton-Century Crofts, pp. 367-393. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-57. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1972) Association: Cortico-cortical and/or cortico-subcortical. In T. Frigyesi, E. Rinvik, & M. D. Yahr (Eds.), Corticothalamic projections and sensorimotor activities. New York: Raven Press, pp. 525-549.

T-58. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1973) Brain and spinal cord. In L. L. Bram (Ed.), Compton’s Encyclopedia. Chicago: F. E. Compton.

T-63. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1974) The case for a brain electrodiagnostic in “functional” disorders. In S. Bogoch (Ed.), The future of the brain sciences. Vol. III. New York: Plenum, pp. 61-73.

T-64. PRIBRAM, K. H., DAY, R., & GLICK, J. (1974) Some current methods in neuropsychological research. In S. Bogoch (Ed.), The future of the brain sciences. Vol. III. New York: Plenum, pp. 316-342.

T-65. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1974) The isocortex. In D. A. Hamburg, & H. K. H. Brodie (Eds.), American handbook of psychiatry. Vol. 6. New York: Basic Books.

T-66. PRIBRAM, K. H., ROTHBLAT, L., DRAKE, K. H., & GLICK, J. (1974) Selective attention: A neurophysiological contribution to the problem. In Major problems of brain electrophysiology. (Rustinov Festschrift).

T-70. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) Psychosurgery. In P. B. Bradley (Ed.), Methods in brain research. New York: Wiley, pp. 531-544.

T-77a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1975) Revue de Psychologie Appliquée, Centre de Psychologie Appliquée, Paris.

T-79. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology. In R. G. Grenell (Ed.), Biological foundations of psychiatry. New York: Raven Press, pp. 1005-1013.

T-80. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Mind — it does matter. In S. F. Spicker & H. T. Englehardt, Jr. (Eds.), Philosophical dimensions of the neuromedical sciences. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel, pp. 97-111.

T-81. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Closing remarks. In S. F. Spicker & H. T. Engelhardt, Jr. (Eds.), Philosophical dimensions of the neuromedical sciences. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel, pp. 246-252.

T-97. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Hemispheric specialization: Evolution or revolution. In Evolution and lateralization of the brain. Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 29, pp. 18-22.

T-100. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology. J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 165, pp. 375-380.

T-102. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) The mind/brain issue as a scientific problem. In The search for absolute values in a changing world. New York: ICF Press, pp. 797-985.

T-106. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1978) Conscious and unconscious processes: A neurophysiological and neuropsychological analysis. In The unconscious: Its nature, functions, and methods of study. Vol. 1. USSR: Georgian Acad. Sci./Metsniereva Pub. House, pp. 3-56. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-110. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) Transcending the mind/brain problem. Zygon, 14, pp. 19-30. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-118. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) The role of analogy in transcending limits in the brain sciences. Daedalus, 109, pp. 19-38.

T-119. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Unpacking some dualities inherent in a mind/brain dualism. Philosophy of the social sciences, 10, pp. 295-308.

T-120. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1980) Image, information and episodic modes of central processing. In R. F. Thompson, L. H. Hicks, & V. B. Shvyrkov (Eds.), Neural mechanisms of goal-directed behavior and learning. New York: Academic Press, pp. 319-340. (ALSO SEE M&L, BEH)

T-122. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) The neurobiologic paradigm. In C. Esidorfer, D. Cohen, A. Kleinman, & P. Maxim (Eds.), Conceptual bases for psychopathology. New York: Spectrum, pp. 117-128.

T-128. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Reflections on the place of brain in the ecology of mind. In W. B. Weimer & D. S. Palermo (Eds.), Cognition and the Symbolic Processes, Vol. II. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 361-381.

T-132. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) The brain. In A. Villoldo & K. Dychtwald (Eds.), Millennium: Glimpses into the 21st century. Los Angeles: Tarcher, pp. 91-103.

T-135. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1981) Psychology as a science: Three fundamental approaches. In R. A. Kasschau & C. W. Cofer (Eds.), Psychology’s Second Century, Houston Symposium 2. New York: Praeger, pp. 218-241.

T-136. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Localization and distribution of function in the brain. In J. Orbach (Ed.), Neuropsychology after Lashley. New York: Erlbaum, pp. 273-296.

T-137. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Brain mechanisms in music: Prolegomena for a theory of the meaning of meaning. In M. Clynes (Ed.), Music, Mind, and Brain. New York: Plenum, pp. 21-35.

T-138. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Scientist vs. philosopher on the mind/brain issue and induction. In P. Levinson (Ed.), In Pursuit of Truth. New Jersey: Humanities Press, pp. 193-200.

T-139. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) The mind/brain issue as a scientific problem. In Sir John Eccles (Ed.), Mind and Brain: The many-faceted problems. Washington, DC: Paragon House, pp. 247-254.

T-140. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1982) Functional organization of the cerebral isocortex. In G. Schaltenbrand & A. E. Walker (Eds.), Stereotaxy in the Human Brain. Stuttgart, Germany: Verlag, pp. 306-328.

T-143. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1983) Brain, cognitive commodities and the enfolded order. In K. E. Boulding & L. Senesh (Eds.), The Optimum Utilization of Knowledge: Making knowledge serve human betterment. Boulder, Co.: Westview Press, pp. 29-40.

T-144. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1983) Brain mechanisms: Recent research. In B. B. Wolman (Ed.), Progress Volume: International encyclopedia of psychiatry, psychology, psychoanalysis and neurology. Aexculapius Publishing, pp. 24-25.

T-146. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1984) Synchronicity. In La synchronicite l’ame et la science. France: Editions Poiesis, 35 rue Juge, 75015 Paris. (In French).

T-149. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1984) Brain as a medium for the sciences of mind. In D. de Kerchove (Ed.), Technology and the Metamorphoses of Man, pp. 183-196.

T-150. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) A scientist’s approach to the mind/brain issue. Krisis (the Journal of the International Circle for Research in Philosophy), Houston, TX, pp. 14-31.

T-154. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1985) Mind and brain, psychology and neuroscience, the eternal verities. In S. Koch & D. E. Leary (Eds.), A Century of Psychology as a Science. New York: McGraw-Hill, pp. 700-720.

T-156a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1985) The mind/brain issue as a scientific problem. In Sir John Eccles (Ed.), Mind and Brain, Second Edition. New York: Paragon House Publishers, pp. 61-68.

T-157. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) Non-locality and localization in the primate forebrain. In T. J. Boll & S. B. Filskov (Eds.), Handbook of clinical neuropsychology.

T-159. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) The role of cortico-cortical connections. In F. Lepore, M. Ptito and H. Jasper (Eds.) Two Hemispheres – One Brain; functions of the Corpus Callosum. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.

T-162. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) The cognitive revolution and mind/brain issues. American Psychologist, Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 507-520.

T-166. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1987) Bergson and the Brain: A bio-logical analysis of certain intuitions. In A. Papanicolaou and P.A.Y. Gunter (Eds.) The Legacy of Henri Bergson: Towards Unification of the Sciences. New York: Gordon & Breach Science Publishers.

T-166a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1987) The implicate brain. In B.J. Hiley and F.D. Peat (Eds.) Quantum Implications: Essays in Honour of David Bohm. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, pp. 365-371.

T-168. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1988) Brain and meaning. Drama as a Meaning Maker, papers from the Rutgers Symposium.

T-169. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1989) Psychoanalysis and the natural sciences: the brain-behavior connection from Freud to the present. In J. Sandler (Ed.), Dimension of Psychoanalysis, (pp. 139-163). London: Karnac Books. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-170. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Science and the mind/brain issue. In M. L. Maxwell & C. W. Savage (Eds.) Science, mind and psychology: Essays in honor of Grover Maxwell, (pp. 285-310). Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Inc.

T-174. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) From metaphors to models: the use of analogy in neuropsychology. In: D. E. Leary (ed.), Metaphors in the history of psychology. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

T-177. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Brain, Mind, and Consciousness: The science of neuropsychology. In: A. Bocaz (Ed.), Proceedings: First Symposium on Cognition, Language and Culture: Crossdisciplinary Dialog in Cognitive Sciences (pp. 9-38). Santiago, Chile: Universidad de Chile. (ALSO SEE CON)

T-178. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1992) Explorations in Experimental Neuropsychology. In: Samson & Adelman (Eds.), The Neurosciences: Paths of Discovery II (pp. 307-3250. Cambridge, MA: Birkhäuser Boston Inc.

T-181. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1993) Neuropsychology. Collier’s Encyclopedia, pp.332-335. P.F. Collier Inc., New York.

T-182. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1993) Preface and Afterword to Rethinking Neural Networks: Quantum Fields and Biological Data. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. xi-xiv, 531-536.

T-183a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1994) The Mind/Brain Relation: I. Science and Metascience, Contemporary Philosophy, 16(1), 15-18.

T-183b. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1994) The Mind/Brain Relation: II. An Epistemic Plurality, Contemporary Philosophy, Vol. XVI, No.2, 4-10.

T-183c. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1994) The Mind/Brain Relation: III. A Scientifically Neutral Monism, Contemporary Philosophy, Vol. XVI, No.3, 17-22.

T-184. JIBU, M., HAGAN, S., HAMEROFF, S.R., PRIBRAM, K.H., & YASUE, K., (1994) Quantum Optical Coherence in Cytoskeletal Microtubules: Implications for Brain Function, BioSystems, 32, 195-209, Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd.

T-185. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1994) Synapses not neurons as computational elements: how to reconcile real and artificial computing, Hints from Life to AI, Artificial Neural Networks and Artificial Life Symposium Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, Ugur Halici (ed.).

T-185a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1994) Foreword and Afterword to Origins: Brain & Self Organization. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., pp. v-vii; 707-708.

T-186. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1995) Brain Models of Mind. Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, Williams & Wilkens, NY, pp. 328-335.

T-189. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Psychology as a Single Versus A Cross Level Science, APA Symposium “Unified Theory Perspectives–Cognitivism, Psychobiology, Psychometric Theory and Behaviorism”, International Newsletter of Uninomic Psychology, Cyril M. Franks, Ph.D.(ed.), Volume 15. (ALSO SEE BEH)

T-195. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Inter-facing complexity at a boundary between the natural and social sciences. In Elias L. Khalil & Kenneth E. Boulding (Eds.) Evolution, Order and Complexity. London: Routledge, pp.40-60.

T-197. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Neurobehavioral science, neuropsychology, and the philosophy of mind. In W. O’Donohue and R.F. Kitchener (Eds.) The Philosophy of Psychology. London: Sage Publications, pp. 207-226.

T-200. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) What is Mind that the Brain May Order It?. In V. Mandrekar & P.R. Masani (Eds.) Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics, Vol. 2: Proceedings of the Norbert Wiener Centenary Congress, 1994. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, pp. 301-329. Reprinted: The Noetic Journal, Vol. 1, June 1997, pp. 2-5.

T-208. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) Thoughts on the Meaning of Brain Electrical Activity. International Journal of Psychology, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 213-225.

T-209. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) A Century of Progress? In Robert M. Bilder and F. Frank LeFever (Eds.) Neuroscience of the Mind: On the Centennial of Freud’s Project for a Scientific Psychology. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 843, pp. 11-19.

T-210. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) Karl H. Pribram. In Robert Bilder (Ed.) The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography. San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 306-349.

T-219. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Brain and the Creative Act. In M.A. Runco & S.R. Pritzker Encyclopedia of Creativity, Vol. 1, A-H. San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 213-217.

PERCEPTION

T-46. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1970) Looking to see: Some experiments on the brain mechanisms of attention in perceptions. In Perception and Its Disorders. Res. Pub. A.R.N.M.D., vol. XLVIII. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, pp. 150-162.

T-67. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1974) How is it that sensing so much we can do so little? In K. H. Pribram (Contrib. Ed.), Central processing of sensory input, F. O. Schmitt & F. G. Worden (Eds.), The Neurosciences Third Study Program. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp. 249-261.

T-85. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Some comments on the nature of the perceived universe. In R. E. Shaw & J. Bransford (Eds.), Perceiving, acting and comprehending: Toward an ecological psychology. Hillsdale, N. J.: Erlbaum/Wiley, pp. 83-101.

T-89. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) New dimensions in the functions of the basal ganglia. In C. Shagass, S. Gershon, & A. J. Friedhoff (Eds.), Psychopathology and brain dysfunction. New York: Raven Press, pp. 77-95.

T-95. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1977) Holonomy and structure in the organization of perception. In J. M. Nicholas (Ed.), Images, perception and knowledge. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel. (ALSO SEE HOL)

T-141. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1983) Brain and the perception of objective reality. Proc. 10th Intern’l Conf. on the Unity of the Sciences, Philadelphia, Nov. 25-28, 1982. New York: ICF Press, pp. 1373-1401.

T-163. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1986) Convolution and matrix systems as content addressable distributed brain processes in perception and memory. In F. Klix & H. Hagendorf (Eds.), Human Memory and Cognitive Capabilities. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-163a. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1986) Convolution and matrix systems as content addressable distributed brain processes in perception and memory. In Journal of Neurolinguistics, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 349-364. (ALSO SEE M&L)

T-175. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Transformational Realism: The optic array, the optical image, and the retinal process. Three Dimensional Media Technology: Proceeding of the 1989 International Conference, (pp. 61-74). Montreal: 3Dmt Research and Information Center.

T-188. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1995) Brain in Perception: From Köhler’s Fields to Gabor’s Quanta of Information, Proceeding of the 39th Congress of German Society for Psychology, pp. 53-69.

T-212. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) Comprehension: The contribution of the posterior cerebral convexity in enhancing processing span. In C. Taddei-Ferretti & C. Musio (Eds.) Downward Processes in the Perception Representation Mechanisms. Istituto Italiano per Gli Studi Filosofici Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics, Vol. 6. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., pp. 521-545.

T-204. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) Non-locality and Localization: A Holographic Hypothesis About Brain Functioning in the Processes of Perception and Memory. In Synergetics and Psychology: Issue 1: Methodological Issues. Moscow: MGSU Union, pp. 156-183. (Russian translation of T-157) (ALSO SEE M&L, HOL)

PREFRONTAL CORTEX

T-1. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1950) Psychosurgery in midcentury. Surgery, Gynecology Obstetrics, 91, pp. 364-367.

T-32. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1968) The primate frontal lobe. In A. I. Shumilina (Ed.), Systems approach in studies of the brain functional organization. Moscow: Jubilee Committee Honoring P. K. Anokhin.

T-38. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1969) The primate frontal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 7, pp. 259-266.

T-59. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1973) The primate frontal cortex — executive of the brain. In K. H. Pribram & A. R. Luria (Eds.), Psychophysiology of the frontal lobes. New York: Academic Press.

T-74. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1975) The primate frontal cortex: Progress report. Acta Neurobiol. Exp., 35, pp. 609-625.

T-83. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1976) Executive functions of the frontal lobe. In Desiraju (Ed.), The transmission of signals for conscious behavior. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 303-322.

T-108. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1979) Le cerveau frontal des primates. La Recherche, 10, pp. 31-38.

T-165. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1987) The subdivisions of the frontal cortex revisited. In E. Brown and Perecman (Eds.) The Frontal Lobes Revisited, IRBN Press, pp. 11-39.

T-172. PRIBRAM, K. H. (1990) Frontal cortex – Luria/Pribram rapproachment. In: E. Goldberg (Ed.), Contemporary Neuropsychology and the Legacy of Luria, (pp. 77-97). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

T-201. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) The Work in Working Memory: Implications for Development. In N.A. Krasnegor, G.R. Lyon, & P.S. Goldman-Rakic (Eds.) Development of the Prefrontal Cortex: Evolution, Neurobiology, and Behavior. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company, pp. 359-378.

T-213. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1998) The far frontal cortex as executive processor: Proprieties, priorities and practical inference. In C. Taddei-Ferretti & C. Musio (Eds.) Downward Processes in the Perception Representation Mechanisms. Istituto Italiano per Gli Studi Filosofici Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics, Vol. 6. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., pp. 546-578.

COMMENTARIES AND BOOK REVIEWS

C-1. (1948) Diagrams of the unconscious by Werner Wolff, in J. Neurophysiol.

C-2. (1949) Language and language disturbances by Kurt Goldstein, in J. Neurophysiol.

C-3. (1949) The organization of behavior: A neuropsychological theory by D. O. Hebb, in J. Neurophysiol.

C-4. (1950) Essay on the cerebran cortex by Gerhardt von Bonin, M.D., in J. Neurophysiol.

C-5. (1950) Correlations entre le system nerveux vegatatif et le system de la vie de relation. La region medullaire et bulbo-protuberantielle by J. Colle; Dan le rhinencephale by H. Gestaut; Masencephale, diencephale et cortex cerebral by P. Dell, in J. Neurophysiol.

C-6. (1952) The human diencephalon: A summary of development, structure, function and pathology by Hartwig Kuhlbnbeck, in J. Neurophysiol.

C-7. (1954) Studies in schizophrenia: A multidisciplinary approach to mind-brain relationships, by the Tulane Dept. of Psychiatry and Neurology, in Am. J. Psychol.

C-8. (1954) The act as creation by Arthur Koestler, in Wormrunners Digest.

C-9. (1958) The brain and human behavior, Proceeding of ARNMD, 1956, in Contemporary Psychology.

C-9a. (1961) Karl H. Pribram’s Contributions to Pavlovian Conference on Higher Nervous Activity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 2, Article 3, pp. 890-891; 1193-1195.

C-9b. (1961) Control of the Mind Series Panel No. 6: The Physical Background of Mental Processes. Karl Pribram, Moderator. In The Voice of America Forum Lectures. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Information Agency.

C-10. (1961) Design for a brain by W. Ross Ashby. “The mechanology of the homeostat”, in Contemporary Psychology.

C-10a.(1962) Discussion of Young’s Paper, in V.B. Mountcastle (Ed.), Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance (p.107), Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

C-11. (1964) The brain as a computer by F. H. George. “Too much on too little”, in Contemporary Psychology.

C-12. (1965) The frontal granular cortex and behavior. J. M. Warren & K. Akert (Eds.), in Neuropsychologia.

C-13. (1965) A model of the brain by J. Z. Young. “A model of a model”, in Contemporary Psychology.

C-14. (1965) Preface to Higher Cortical Functions in Man, by A. R. Luria. New York: Basic Books.

C-15. (1966) Preface to Human Brain and Psychological Processes, by A. R. Luria. New York: Harper & Row, pp. xiii-xv.

C-16. (1966) Embodiments of mind by Warren S. McCulloch, in Contemporary Psychology.

C-17. (1967) Brain and conscious experience, J. Eccles (Ed.), reviewed with J. Dewson, III, in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 145(8), pp. 171-172.

C-18. (1968) A textbook of physiological psychology by S. P. Grossman, in Current Contents.

C-19. (1969) The shape of intelligence by H. C. Elliott, in American Scientist.

C-20. (1970) Commentary: “The Skinnerian analysis of behavior”, in R. A. Boakes & M. S. Halliday (Eds.), Explanations in the behavioral sciences. England: Cambridge University Press, pp. 375-380.

C-21. (1971) Facing reality by Sir John Eccles, in Social Research.

C-22. (1972) Chance and necessity by J. Monod, in Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.

C-23. (1972) Beyond freedom and dignity by B. F. Skinner, in Am. J. Orthopsychiatry.

C-24. (1973) Preface to The Working Brain, by A. R. Luria. New York: Basic Books.

C-25. (1974) A triune concept of the brain by P. MacLean, in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis.

C-26. (1974) Handbook of general psychology by B. Wolman, for Macmillan Book Clubs.

C-27. (1975) The limbic system by R. L. Isaacson, in Quarterly Review of Biology.

C-28. (1975) Emotion in man and animal by P. T. Young. “Enjoying life”, in Contemporary Psychology, 20, pp. 553-554.

C-29. (1975) Limbic and autonomic nervous systems research, L. V. DiCara (Ed.), in Science, 189, pp. 451-452.

C-29b (1978) Core Brain Electrical Activity and Language. Review of N.P. Bechtereva’s The Neurophysiological Aspects of Human Mental Activity, 2nd Edition. In Contemporary Psychology, Vol. 24, No. 11, pp. 924-926.

C-29a(1977) Hans-Lukas Teuber, 1916-1977. American Journal of Psychology, 90(4), pp. 705-707.

C-30. (1978) The unconscious as infinite sets by J. M. Blanco, in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 166, pp. 671-672.

C-31. (1978) Freud’s `Project’ re-assessed by K. H. Pribram and M. Gill. “Freud’s `Project’ and the mind-brain issue — Comment on commentaries”, in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 166, pp. 743-752.

C-32. (1978) How adaptive behavior is produced: A perceptual-motivational alternative to response reinforcement by D. Bindra, in The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, p. 72.

C-33. (1978) Computational models and empirical constraints by Z. Pylyshyn, in The Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 1, p. 72.

C-34. (1978) Sensory feedback to the cerebral cortex during voluntary movement in man by P. E. Roland, in The Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 1, p. 158.

C-34a.(1978) Profile – Karl Pribram’s Changing Reality (by Marilyn Ferguson), Human Behavior, May.

C-34b.(1979) Holographic Memory. Karl Pribram interviewed by Daniel Goleman. In Psychology Today, February Edition, pp. 71-76.

C-35. (1979) The self and its brain by K. R. Popper and J. Eccles, in SISTM Quarterly, December; in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., April; in Philosophy of the Social Sciences.

C-35a.(1980) Review of Minscapes, social patterns and future development of scientific theory types, by M. Maruyama, in Current Anthropology, p. 604.

C-36. (1980) Review of The mindful brain: Cortical organization and the group-selective theory, by G. M. Edelman & V. Mountcastle, in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 168, pp. 122-123.

C-37. (1981) Review of Imagery and imagination: Sensory aspects of perception and its motoric significance, by E. Hilgard, in J. Mental Imagery, 5, pp. 53-54.

C-37a.(1981) Commentary on coarticulation. In G.E. Stelmach and P.A. Vroon (Eds.), The Cognitive Representation of Speech. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, p. 141.

C-38. (1982) Commentary on Webster and Goodwin’s “The origin of species: A structuralist approach”, in J. Soc. Biol. Struct., 5, pp. 49-68.

C-39. (1982) Comments on McClain’s “Structure in the ancient wisdom literature”, in J. Soc. Biol. Struct., 5, pp. 249-253.

C-40. (1982) Commentary on Jeffrey A. Gray’s “The neuropsychology of anxiety: An inquiry into the functions of the septo-hippocampal system”, (with D. McGuinness) in The Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 5, pp. 496-498.

C-41. (1983) Comments on A. J. Fendanzo’s “Short articles on unsolved problems: All things are full of gods — or information”, in J. Soc. Biol. Struct., 6, pp. 147-154.

C-42. (1984) Comment on The Sphinx and the Rainbow, by D. Loye, in The Humanist, Sept/Oct, pp. 33-34.

C-43. (1984) Review of Functions of the nervous system, Vol. 4: Psycho-Neurobiology, by M. Monnier & M. Meulders (Eds.), in J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 172, pp. 699-700.

C-44. (1984) Commentary on M. Henle’s “Isomorphism: Setting the record straight”. “What is Iso and what is Morphic in Isomorphism?” Psychological Research, 46, pp. 329-332.

C-45. (1984) Review of Biobehavioral aspects of Aggression, by D. Hamburg & M. Trudeau (Eds.): “Yes, Virginia, there are biological roots to aggression”, (with D. McGuinness), in Contemporary Psychology, 30, p. 34.

C-46. (1986) Review of Mind, Brain, Body: Toward a convergence of psychoanalysis and neurobiology, by M. Reiser. In J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 174, pp. 372-374.

C-47. (1987) Review of Handbook of cognitive, social & neuropsychological aspects of learning disabilities, Vol. 2, by S. J. Ceci (Ed.) (with D. McGuinness): “Brain Function & Learning Disabilities”. In Handbook, Section IV, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 369-373.

C-48. (1987) Review of Nobel Prize Conversations, by N. Cousins (Ed.): “Nobel Intentions”, in Contemporary Psychology, 32, April.

C-49. (1987) Review of Neurophilosophy: Toward a Unified Science of the Mind/Brain, by P. S. Churchland: “From the Sublime to the Particulate”, in Contemporary Psychology, 32, August.

C-50. (1988) Review of Vision, by D. Marr, in J. Soc. & Biol. Struct., also in Imagination, Cognition and Personality.

C-51. (1991) Review of The Remembered Present by Gerald Edelman, in The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease.

C-52. (1992) Campuses in the decade of the brain: Radford establishes research center. Decade of the Brain, Winter 1991-92, 2(4), pp. 2-5.

C-53. (1992) Review of The Lopsided Ape: Evolution of the Generative Mind by Michael E. Corballis, in The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 180(7), pp. 470.

C-54. (1992) Preface for Science, Systems, and Psychoanalysis by Robert Langs. London, Great Britian: Karnac Books 1992, pp. xxi-xxv.

C-55. (1993) Foreword for The Creative Cosmos by Ervin Laszlo, Edinburgh: Floris Books, pp.11-14. [Reprinted in 1995 as the Afterward to The Interconnected Universe: Conceptual foundations of transdisciplinary unified theory by Ervin Laszlo, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., pp. 143-146.]

C-56. (1993) Review of Self and process: Brain states and the Conscious Present by Jason W. Brown. In: Contemporary Psychology 39(8), pp. 807-809.

C-57. (1995) Commentary on Chaos Theory in Psychology by A. Gilgen and F. Abraham. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, pp. 307-310.

C-58. (1995) Interview of Karl H. Pribram: Ràfagas: Karl Pribram by Francisco López-Seivane. In Mas Alla.

C-59. (1995) Position is everything? Review of The origin and use of positional frames of reference in motor control by Anatol G. Feldman & Mindy F. Levin, in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 776-778.

C-60. (1996) Of Russians and Russia. In Post Soviet Perspectives on Russian Psychology, edited by V. Koltsova,Y. Oleinik, Al Gilgen, and C. Gilgen; Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport, CT, pp. 229-235.

C-61. (1996) Chaos Edge. In W. Sulis & A. Combs (Eds.) Nonlinear Dynamics in Human Behaviour. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., pp. v-x.

C-62. (1997) Review of The Neurological Boundaries of Reality by Edmund Critchley. In The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 185, No. 2, p. 124.

C-63. (1997) In Memorium: Nobel Laureate Sir John Eccles. The Noetic Journal, Vol. 1, June 1997, pp. 2-5.

C-64. (1997) NAHM, F.D. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1997) Heinrich Klüver 1897-1979. In Biographical Memoirs, Vol. 73. Washington, D.C.: The National Academy Press.

C-65. (1998) PRIBRAM, K.H. Review of Metaphorical Brain 2 by Michael Arbib. In Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 101, pp. 315-321.

C-66. (1998) PRIBRAM, K.H. Consulting Editor for Raymond Corsini (Ed.) Dictionary of Psychology.

C-67 (1999) PRIBRAM, K.H. The Self as Me and I. In Consciousness and Cognition, 8, pp. 385-386.

FOREIGN PUBLICATIONS

B-1. MILLER, G.A., GALANTER, E. & PRIBRAM, K.H. (1960) Planes Y Estructura De La Conducta. Madrid: Clásicos de la Psicología Editorial Debate.

B-10. PRIBRAM, K.H. & GILL, M. (1976) El «Proyecto» de Freud. Argentina: Ediciones Marymar.

B-10a. PRIBRAM, K.H. & RAMÍREZ, J.M. (1980) Cerebro, Mente y Holograma. Madrid: Alhambra.

B-16. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1995) Cerebro Y Conciencia. Madrid, Spain: Diaz de Santos.

T-194a PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Traitement quantique dans les systèmes cérébraux et nature spirituelle de l’humanité. In Michel Random (Ed.) La Mutation Du Futur. Paris: Albin Michel, pp. 57-76.

T-194b. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1996) Quantum information processing in brain systems and the spiritual nature of mankind. In Science and Culture: A Common Path for the Future. Final Report of the UNESCO/UNU Tokyo Symposium held September 1995, pp. 155-168. (Translation into Japanese 1999; editor: Eiji Hattori; publisher: Reitaku University, pp. 217-244)

T-220. PRIBRAM, K.H. (1999) Brain and the Configuration of Conscious Experience. In T. Slunecko, O. Vitouch, C. Korunka, H. Bauer, B. Flatschacher Psychologie des Bewusstseins, Bewusstsein der Psychologie. Wein: WUV, pp. 57-77.

Pribram, K.H. (1999) Mozek a Mysl. Praha: Gallery. (On the occasion of the VIZE 97 Award.)

IN PRESS

Review and Theory Chapters In Press

Autobiography in Anecdote: The Founding of Experimental Neuropsychology. To appear in Pathways to Prominence: Reflections of 20th Century Neuropsychologists.

The Adventures of MacLean and Pribram. To be published in the proceedings of the MacLean Festschrift, 1999.

Philosophy of Mind. To appear in The Encyclopedia of Psychology. APA Books.

Brain Models of Mind. To appear in the Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, 7th Edition.

PRIBRAM, K.H. & BRADLEY, RAY. Generation of Collective Order. To appear in Alfonso A. Montuori and Ronald E. Purser (Eds.) The Social Dimensions of Creativity. Hampton Press.

PRIBRAM, K.H. The Reality of Conscious Experience. To be published in the Proceedings of the Smithsonian Institute’s Seminars on Consciousness

PRIBRAM, K.H. Conscious Awareness: Processing in the Synaptodendritic Web. To be published in a special issues of New Ideas in Psychology.

Commentaries In Press

Logogenesis. Festschrift for Manfred Clynes.