1 Production of Threshold Levels of Conscious Sensation by Ectrical Stimulation of Human Somatosensory Cortex (1964).- 2Cortical Activation in Conscious and Unconscious Experience (1965).- 3Brain Stimulation and the Threshold of Conscious Experience (1966).- 4Responses of Human Somatosensory Cortex to Stimuli below Threshold for Conscious Sensation (1967).- 5Electrical Stimulation of Cortex in Human Subjects, and Cscious Sensory Aspects (1973).- 6Cortical Representation of Evoked Potentials Relative to Conscious Ssory Responses, and of Somatosensory Qualitites - in Man (1975).- 7Cortical and Thalamic Activation in Conscious Sensory Eerience (1972).- 8Neuronal vs. Subjective Timing for a Conscious Sensory Eerience (1978).- 9Subjective Referral of the Timing for a Conscious Sensory Experience: Aunctional Role for the Somatosensory Specific Projection Stem in Man (1979).- 10 Retroactive Enhancement of a Skin Sensation by a Delayed Cortical Smulus in Man: Evidence for Delay of a Conscious Ssory Experience (1992a) 196.- 11 The Experimental Evidence for Subjective Referral of a Ssory Experience Backwards in Time: Reply to P.S. Churchland (1981).- 12 Brain Stimulation in the Study of Neuronal Functions for Cscious Sensory Experiences (1982a).- 13 Readiness -Potentials Preceding Unrestricted "Spontaneous" vs. P-Planned Voluntary Acts (1982b).- 14 Preparation- or Intention-to-Act, in Relation to Pre-Event Potentials Rorded at the Vertex (1983a).- 15 Time of Conscious Intention to Act in Relation to Onset oCerebral Activity (Readiness-Potential): The Unconscious Itiation of a Freely Voluntary Act (1983b).- 16 Unconscious Cerebral Initiative and the Role of Cscious Will in Voluntary Action (1985).- 17 Are the Mental Experiences of Will and Self-Control Significant for the Pformance of a Voluntary Act? Response to Commentaries bL. Deecke and by R.E. Hoffman and R.E. Kravitz (1987a).- 18 Consciousness: Conscious, Subjective Experience (1987b).- 19 The Timing of a Subjective Experience. Response to a Cmentary by D. Salter (1989a).- 20 Conscious Subjective Experience vs. Unconscious Mental Functions: Aheory of the Cerebral Processes Involved (1989b).- 21 Control of the Transition from Sensory Detection to Sensory Awareness in May by the Duration of a Thalamic Stimulus: The Cerebral "Time-On" Factor (1991).- 22 The Neural Time-Factor in Perception, Volition and Free Will (1992b).- Elogue I: Some Implications of "Time-On"Theory.- Elogue II: A Testable Field Theory of Mind-Brain Interaction.- Permissions.
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