Kosslyn, S. M., K. E. Sukel, and B. M. Bly. “Squinting with the mind's eye: Effects of stimulus resolution on imaginal and perceptual comparisons”. Memory and Cognition 27 (1999): , 27, 276-287. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., F. Mast, and A. Berthoz. “Visual mental imagery interferes with allocentric orientation judgments”. NeuroReport 10 (1999): , 10, 3549-3553. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.Visual mental images as re-presentations of the world”. Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design. Ed. J. S. Gero & B. Tversky. Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney Press, 1999. 83-92. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., E. Itiel, and I. Dror. “Age degradation in top-down processing: Recognizing objects from canonical and noncanonical viewpoints”. Experimental Aging Research 24 (1998): , 24, 203-216. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., I. E. Dror, and H. D. Brown. “Aging and scanning of imagined and perceived visual images”. Experimental Aging Research 24 (1998): , 24, 181-194. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., R. Rouw, and R. Hamel. “Aspects of mental images: Is it possible to get the picture?”. Cognition 66 (1998): , 66, 103-107. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., and C. F. Chabris. “How do the cerebral hemispheres contribute to encoding spatial relations?”. Current Directions in Psychological Science 7 (1998): , 7, 8-14. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Imagery and hypnotizability revisited”. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 46 (1998): , 46, 363-370. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.The judgement of absence in neglect”. Neuropsychologia 36 (1998): , 36, 797-802. Print.Abstract

Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Mental rotation of objects versus hands: Neural mechanisms revealed by positron emission tomography”. Psychophysiology 35 (1998): , 35, 151-161. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., M. Wexler, and A. Berthoz. “Motor processes in mental rotation”. Cognition 68 (1998): , 68, 77-94. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Neural systems that encode categorical vs. coordinate spatial relations: PET investigations”. Psychobiology 26 (1998): , 26, 333-347. Print.
Kosslyn, S. M.Preface”. Image mentale et development. Ed. J. Bideaud & Y. Courbois. Paris, France: Presses Universitaires de France, 1998. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., R. Hamell, and R. Rouw. “Detecting high-level and low-level properties in percepts and mental images”. Cognition 63 (1997): , 63, 209-226. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Field-specific deficits in visual imagery following hemianopia due to unilateral occipital infarcts”. Brain 120 (1997): , 120, 217-228. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., and B. M. Bly. “Functional anatomy of object recognition in humans: evidence from PET and fMRI”. Current Opinion in Neurology 10 (1997): , 10, 5-9. Print.
Kosslyn, S. M.Mental imagery”. Conversations in the Cognitive Neurosciences. Ed. M. S. Gazzaniga. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., W. L. Thompson, and N. M. Alpert. “Neural systems shared by visual imagery and visual perception: A positron emission tomography study”. NeuroImage 6 (1997): , 6, 320-334. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.A positron emission tomographic study of symptom provocation in PTSD”. The Psychobiology of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 821 (1997). Print.
Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Visual imagery and perception in posttraumatic stress disorder: A positron emission tomographic investigation”. Archives of General Psychiatry 54 (1997): , 54, 233-241. Print.