Benjamin Libet

University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
"Benjamin Libet"
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Libet B. (2006) The timing of brain events: reply to the "Special Section" in this journal of September 2004, edited by Susan Pockett. Consciousness and Cognition. 15: 540-7
Libet B. (2006) Reflections on the interaction of the mind and brain. Progress in Neurobiology. 78: 322-6
Libet B. (2003) Timing of conscious experience: reply to the 2002 commentaries on Libet's findings. Consciousness and Cognition. 12: 321-31
Libet B, Pearl DK, Morledge DE, et al. (1993) Control Of The Transition From Sensory Detection To Sensory Awareness In Man By The Duration Of A Thalamic Stimulus Brain. 114: 340-366
Libet B. (1992) Introduction to slow synaptic potentials and their neuromodulation by dopamine. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. 70: S3-11
Libet B, Pearl DK, Morledge DE, et al. (1991) Control of the transition from sensory detection to sensory awareness in man by the duration of a thalamic stimulus. The cerebral 'time-on' factor. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 114: 1731-57
Mochida S, Libet B. (1990) Postsynaptic long-term enhancement (LTE) by dopamine may be mediated by Ca2+ and calmodulin. Brain Research. 513: 144-8
Mochida S, Libet B. (1988) Secondary late components of the muscarinic postsynaptic potentials, in rabbit superior cervical ganglion. Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System. 24: 41-9
Libet B, Mochida S. (1988) Long-term enhancement (LTE) of postsynaptic potentials following neural conditioning, in mammalian sympathetic ganglia. Brain Research. 473: 271-82
Mochida S, Kobayashi H, Libet B. (1987) Stimulation of adenylate cyclase in relation to dopamine-induced long-term enhancement (LTE) of muscarinic depolarization in the rabbit superior cervical ganglion. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 7: 311-8
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