Kosslyn, S. M.A science of the divine?”. Edge World Question Center (2006). Print.Abstract

Reprinted in J. Brockman (Ed.), What is your dangerous idea? Today's leading thinkers on the unthinkable. New York: Harper. pp 162-166.

M., Kosslyn. S., D. M. Merfeld, and F. W. Mast. “Visual mental imagery during caloric vestibular stimulation”. Neuropsychologia 44 (2006): , 44, 101-109. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.You can play 20 questions with nature and win: Categorical versus coordinate spatial relations as a case study”. Neuropsychologia 44 (2006): , 44, 1519-1523. Print.
Kosslyn, S. M., and R. S. Rosenberg. “The brain and our students: How to explain why neuroscience is relevant psychology”. Voices of Experience: Memorable Talks from the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. Ed. B. Perlman, L. I. McCann, & W. Buskist. Washington, DC: American Psychological Society, 2005. 71-82. Print.
Kosslyn, S. M.Mental images and the brain”. Cognitive Neuropsychology 22 (2005): , 22, 333-347. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.Reflective thinking and mental imagery: A perspective on the development of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder”. Development and Psychopathology 17 (2005): , 17, 851-863. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., and C. F. Chabris. “Representational correspondence as a basic principle of diagram design”. Knowledge and Information Visualization, LNCS 3426. Ed. S-O. Tergan & T. Keller. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2005. 36-57. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., M. Kozhevnikov, and J. M. Shephard. “Spatial versus object visualizers: A new characterization of visual cognitive style”. Memory and Cognition 33 (2005): , 33, 710-726. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., G. Ganis, and W. L. Thompson. “Understanding the effects of task-specific practice in the brain: Insights from individual-differences analyses”. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 5 (2005): , 5, 235-245. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., W. L. Thompson, and S. D. Slotnick. “Visual Mental Imagery Induces Retinotopically Organized Activation of Early Visual Areas”. Cerebral Cortex 15 (2005): , 15, 1570-1583. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.What I believe but cannot prove”. What we believe but cannot prove: Today's leading thinkers on science in the age of certainty. Ed. J. Brockman. London, UK: The Free Press, 2005. 154-155. Print.Abstract

(Reprinted in D. Eggers (2006), The best American nonrequired reading. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin. pp. 17-18.)

Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Imagined rotations of self versus objects: An fMRI study”. Neuropsychologia 43 (2005): , 43, 1351-1361. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., and J. M. Shephard. “The MiniCog Rapid Assessment Battery: Developing a "blood pressure cuff for the mind."”. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 76.(6, Suppl.) (2005): , 76, (6, Suppl.), B192-B197. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Two types of image generation: Evidence from PET”. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 5 (2005): , 5, 41-53. Print.Abstract


Ganis, G., W. L. Thompson, and S. M. Kosslyn. “Brain areas underlying visual mental imagery and visual perception: an fMRI study”. Cognitive Brain Research 20 (2004): , 20, 226-241. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Brain rCBF and performance in visual imagery tasks: Common and distinct processes”. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 16 (2004): , 16, 696-716. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., E. Mellet, and M. Denis. “Neuroimaging of mental imagery: An introduction”. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 16 (2004): , 16, 625-630. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Placebo-induced changes in fMRI in the anticipation and experience of pain”. Science 303 (2004): , 303, 1162-1167. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.Preface”. B. Libet, Mind time: The temporal factor in consciousness. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2004. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.The relationship between male testosterone and components of mental rotation”. Neuropsychologia 42 (2004): , 42, 782-790. Print.