Readership: Psychologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers of mind.
Edited by Lawrence Weiskrantz, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Oxford, UK, and Martin Davies, Wilde Professor of Mental Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK
1: Martin Davies: Consciousness and explanation
2: David Papineau: Explanatory gaps and dualist intuitions
3: Joseph Le Doux: Emotional coloration of consciousness: how feelings came about
4: Edmund T Rolls: Emotion, higher order syntactic thoughts and consciousness
5: A D Milner: Conscious and unconscious visual processing in the human brain
6: Manos Tsakiris & Patrick Haggard: Vision, action and awareness
7: Chris D Frith: The social functions of consciousness
8: Hakwan Lau: Are we studying consciousness yet?
9: Cecilia Heyes: Beast machines? Questions of animal consciousness
10: Anthony Dickinson: Why a rat is not a beast machine
11: Adam Zeman: Does consciousness spring from the brain? Dilemmas of awareness in practice and theory
12: Lawrence Weiskrantz: On the ubiquity of conscious-unconscious dissociations in neuropsychology