Benjamin Libet

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University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
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Pockett S, Shevrin H, Ghannam JH, et al. (2002) Commentary on Shevrin, Ghannam, and Libet, "A neural correlate of consciousness related to repression" Consciousness and Cognition. 11: 342-346
Shevrin H, Ghannam JH, Libet B. (2002) A neural correlate of consciousness related to repression. Consciousness and Cognition. 11: 334-41; discussion 3
Haggard P, Libet B. (2001) Conscious intention and brain activity Journal of Consciousness Studies. 8: 47-63
Libet B, Searle JR. (2001) Consciousness, free action and the brain Journal of Consciousness Studies. 8: 59-65
Libet B, Gleason CA. (1994) The human locus coeruleus and anxiogenesis. Brain Research. 634: 178-80
Libet B, Wright EW, Feinstein B, et al. (1992) Retroactive enhancement of a skin sensation by a delayed cortical stimulus in man: Evidence for delay of a conscious sensory experience Consciousness and Cognition. 1: 367-375
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
Libet B, Mochida S. (1991) Long-term enhancement (LTE) of muscarinic postsynaptic potentials after preganglionic nerve conditioning inputs Journal of the Autonomic Nervous System. 33: 161-162
Mochida S, Libet B. (1990) Postsynaptic long-term enhancement (LTE) by dopamine may be mediated by Ca2+ and calmodulin. Brain Research. 513: 144-8
Feinstein B, Gleason CA, Libet B. (1989) Stimulation of locus coeruleus in man. Preliminary trials for spasticity and epilepsy. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery. 52: 26-41
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