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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. Hemispheric specialization: Implications for psychiatry. In R.G. Grenell and S. Gabay (eds.) Biological Foundations of Psychiatry. 1976.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. Galin, D. Cerebral lateral asymmetry and psychiatric issues. The Western Journal of Medicine, 129(6):490, 1978.
6. 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.
7. Dark, K.A., Ellman, G., Peeke, H.V.S., Galin, D.,and Reus, V. Sex differences and asymmetries of brain catecholamines: relation to turning preferences in rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 20, 327-330, 1984.
8. Galin, D. Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Neuropsychological Studies of Depression: An optimistic overview. In M. Kinsbourne (ed.), Cerebral Hemisphere Function in Depression, Progress in Psychiatry Series; Wash., D.C.: Amer. Psychiat. Press, 1988, pp. 165-190
9. Galin, D., Rodgers, V., and Merrin, E.L. Story recall under monaural and binaural conditions in psychiatric patients. Biol. Psychiatry., 28:794-806, 1990.
10. Galin, D. Theoretical reflection on awareness, monitoring, and self in relation to anosognosia. Consciousness and Cognition., 1:152-162, 1992.
12. 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.
13. 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.
14. Galin, D. Separating First-Personness from the other problems of Consciousness. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 6 (2-3), 222-229.
15. 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).
The following are in progress or under review:
Galin, D. Rehabilitating the concept “Spirit” for the non-religious
and the scientifically-minded.