Kosslyn, S. M.Mental imagery”. The Social Science Encyclopedia--Edition 2. Ed. A. Kuper & J. Kuper. London: Routledge, 1995. 532-533. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.Mental imagery”. An Invitation to Cognitive Science: Visual Cognition. 2nd ed. Ed. S. M. Kosslyn & D. N. Osherson. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., C. F. Chabris, and D. P. Baker. “Neural network models as evidence for different types of visual representation”. Cognitive Science 19 (1995): , 19, 575-579. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., S. E. Hamilton, and J. H. Bernstein. “The perception of curvature can be selectively disrupted in prosopagnosia”. Brain and Cognition 27 (1995): , 27, 36-58. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Reactivity of magnetic parieto-occipital alpha rhythm during visual imagery”. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 95 (1995): , 95, 453-62. Print.Abstract


Appollonio, I., et al.Spatial perception and imagery in Parkinson's Disease”. Brain & Cognition 28 (1995): , 28, 108-109. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.Through the glass lightly (Viewpoint: The future; section on psychology).”. Science 267 (1995): , 267, 1615. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Topographical representations of mental images in primary visual cortex”. Nature 378 (1995): , 378, 496-498. Print.Abstract

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Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Two types of image generation: Evidence for left- and right-hemisphere processes”. Neuropsychologia 33 (1995): , 33, 1485-1510. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., D. Mijovic-Prelec, and S. H. Wray. “Visual processing in migraineurs”. Brain 118 (1995): , 118, 25-35. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Can patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder discriminate between percepts and mental images? A signal detection analysis.”. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 103 (1994): , 103, 445-454. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M.On cognitive neuroscience”. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 6 (1994): , 6, 297-303. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., and R. Jacobs. “Encoding shape and spatial relations: A simple mechanism for coordinating complementary representations”. Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks: Steps Toward Principled Integration. Ed. V. Honavar & L. Uhr. New York: Academic Press, 1994. 373-385. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., and R. A. Jacobs. “Encoding shape and spatial relations: The role of receptive field size in coordinating complementary representations”. Cognitive Science 18 (1994): , 18, 361-386. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Form-specific explicit and implicit memory in the right cerebral hemisphere”. Neuropsychology 8 (1994): , 8, 588-597. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Hemispheric differences in sizes of receptive fields or attentional biases?”. Neuropsychology 8 (1994): , 8, 139-147. Print.Abstract


Kosslyn, S. M., et al.Identifying objects seen from different viewpoints: A PET investigation”. Brain 117 (1994): , 117, 1055-1071. Print.
Kosslyn, S. M., and K. Ochsner. “In search of occipital activation during visual mental imagery”. Trends in Neurosciences 17 (1994): , 17, 290-292. Print.
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Kosslyn, S. M., and A.L. Sussman. “Roles of imagery in perception: Or, there is no such thing as immaculate perception”. The Cognitive Neurosciences. Ed. M. S. Gazzaniga. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994. 1035-1042. Print.Abstract