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1. Galin, D. Implications for psychiatry of left and right cerebral specialization. Archives of General Psychiatry, 31:572-583, 1974.
2. Galin, D. and Ornstein, R.E. Lateral cerebral specialization and the duality of consciousness. In Human Behavior and Brain Function: Walnut Creek Symposium, Springfield, IL: C.C. Thomas, 1975.
3. Galin, D. Hemispheric specialization: Implications for psychiatry. In R.G. Grenell and S. Gabay (eds.) Biological Foundations of Psychiatry. 1976.
4. Ornstein, R.E. and Galin, D. Physiological studies of consciousness. AAAS Symposium on Consciousness, New York: Viking Press, 1976.
5. Galin, D. Two modes of consciousness and two halves of the brain. AAAS Symposium on Consciousness, New York: Viking Press, 1976.
6. Galin, D. Duality of the brain: Implications for education. Childhood Education, 53(1):17-20, 1976. Reprinted in Readings in Early Childhood Education 78/79, Annual Editions, 1979.
7. Galin, D., Diamond, R., and Braff, D. Lateralization of conversion symptoms: More frequent on the left. American Journal of Psychiatry, 134(5):578-580, 1977.
8. Galin, D. Lateral specialization in psychiatric issues: Speculations on development and the evolution of consciousness. In S.J. Dimond and D.A. Blizard (eds.), Evolution and Lateralization of the Brain, New York Academy of Sciences, N.Y. 299:397-411, 1977.
9. Galin, D., Ornstein, R.E., Adams, J.E., and Rutkin, B.B. Unilateral driving of olfactory spindles in the human amygdala. Journal of Altered States of Consciousness, 3(2):103-110, 1977.
10. Galin, D., Johnstone, J., Nakell, L., and Herron, J. Development of the capacity for tactile information transfer between hemispheres in normal children. Science, 1979, 204, 1330, 1332.
11. Galin, D. "This week’s Citation Classic: Getting yourself together; hemispheric autonomy and/or integration"; Current Contents 19(42):10, 1991.
12. Galin, D. The blind wise men and the elephant of consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition., 1:8-11., 1992.
13. Galin, D. Theoretical reflection on awareness, monitoring, and self in relation to anosognosia. Consciousness and Cognition., 1:152-162, 1992.
14. Galin, D. Beyond the fringe. Consciousness and cognition., 2:113-118, 1993.
15. Galin, D. The structure of awareness: contemporary applications of William James's forgotten concept of "the fringe." Journal of Mind and Behavior., 15(4):375-400, 1994.
16. Galin, D. What is the difference between a duck? In J. Cohen and J. Schooler (eds), Scientific Approaches to the Question of Consciousness. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1995, pp. 445-450.
17. Galin, D. The structure of subjective experience: sharpen the concepts and terminology. In S. R. Hameroff, A.W. Kaszniak, and A. C. Scott, (eds), Toward a Science of Consciousness. 1996, pp. 121-140.
18. Galin, D. Separating First-Personness from the other problems of Consciousness. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 6 (2-3), 222-229.
19. Galin, D. Comments on Epstein's Neurocognitive Interpretation of William James's Model of Consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition, 9, 576-583, 2000.
20. Galin, D. The concepts of Self and Person in Buddhism and in Contemporary Western Science. In B. A. Wallace (ed), Breaking New Ground: Essays on Tibetan Buddhism and Modern Science. Columbia Univ. Press (in press, 2002