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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. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
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. Galin, D. "This week’s Citation Classic: Getting yourself together; hemispheric autonomy and/or integration"; Current Contents 19(42):10, 1991.
8. Galin, D. Theoretical reflection on awareness, monitoring, and self in relation to anosognosia. Consciousness and Cognition., 1:152-162, 1992.
9. 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.
10. 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.
11. Galin, D. Separating First-Personness from the other problems of Consciousness. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 6 (2-3), 222-229.
12. 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)