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WRITINGS AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES IN PROGRESS

  • Dassonville, P. & Bridgeman, B. The Roelofs Effect: History and Mechanisms. In preparation.
  • Bridgeman, B. & Cooke, I. Effect of eye height on estimated slopes of hills. In preparation.

PUBLISHED WRITINGS AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

Books and Monographs

  • 2003 Bridgeman, B. Psychology and Evolution: The Origins of Mind. Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Sage Publications.
  • 1988 Bridgeman, B. The Biology of Behavior and Mind. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Edited Books

  • 2009 Banks, W., Baars, B., Banaji, M., Bridgeman, B., Gallagher, S., Rees, G., Schooler, J. and Wegner, D. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Consciousness. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • 1995 Prinz, W. and Bridgeman, B. (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Action Vol. 2: Perception, London: Academic Press.
  • 1994 Prinz, W. and Bridgeman, B. (Eds.), Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, Wahrnehmung, Band 1: Kognition, Göttingen: Hogrefe.
  • 1977 Bridgeman, D.L., Baer, M., and Bridgeman, B. (Eds.), Readings on Fundamental Issues in Learning and Memory. Wheeling, IL: Whitehall.
  • 1977 Bridgeman, B., Translator; Bridgeman, B. and Stark, L. (Eds.), Ewald Hering's Theory of Binocular Vision (Die Lehre vom Binokularen Sehen). New York: Plenum Press.

Articles in Professional Journals

Some articles are copyrighted by the publisher; links are for personal academic use only.

  • 2014 Bridgeman, B. Restoring adult stereopsis: A vision researcher's personal experience. Optometry and Visual Science, 91, 135-139.
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  • 2014 Chiu, E., Thomas, K. A., Persike, M., Quan, J. R. & Bridgeman, B. A slippery slope; Estimated slant of hills increases with distance. Perception, 43, 631-646.
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  • 2014 Gaunt, J. & Bridgeman, B. Visual vs. spatial contributions to microsaccades and visual-spatial working memory. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 7, 1-14.
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  • 2014 Bridgeman, B., Blaesi, S. & Campusano, R. Optical correction reduces simulator sickness in a driving environment. Human Factors, 0018720814533992
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  • 2013 Bridgeman, B. Consciousness. Oxford Bibliographies, 9780199828340
  • 2012 Gaunt, J. & Bridgeman, B. Microsaccades and visual-spatial working memory. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 5, 1-16.
  • 2012 Tseng, P., Bridgeman, B. & Juan, C-H. Take the matter into your own hands: A brief review of the effect of nearby-hands on visual processing. Vision Research, 72, 74-77.
  • 2012 Bacon, M. P., Bridgeman, B. & Ramachandran, V. S. Metacontrast masking is processed before grapheme-color synesthesia. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75, 5-9.
  • 2012 Cooper, A. D., Sterling, C. P., Bacon, M. P. & Bridgeman, B. Does action affect perception or memory? Vision Research, 62, 235-240.
  • 2011 Lathrop, B. & Bridgeman, B. Perception in the Absence of Attention: Evidence of Perceptual Processing in the Roelofs Effect During Inattentional Blindness. Perception, 40, 1104-19.
  • 2011 Tseng, P. & Bridgeman, B. Improved change detection with nearby hands. Experimental Brain Research, 209, 257-69.
  • 2011 Pannasch, S., Selden, D., Velichkovsky, B. M. & Bridgeman, B. Apparent Phi-motion in sequences of Eisenstein's "October". Gestalt Theory, 33, 69-80.
  • 2011 Bridgeman, B. Functions of consciousness. Cognitive Neuroscience, 2, 115-116.
  • 2011 Benedetto, S., Pedrotti, M. & Bridgeman, B. Microsaccades and Exploratory Saccades in a Naturalistic Environment. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 4, 1-10.
  • 2011 Bridgeman, B. & Tseng, P. Embodied cognition and the perception-action link. Physics of Life Reviews, 8, 73-85.
  • 2010 Bridgeman, B. How the brain makes the world appear stable. iPerception, 1, 69-72.

  • 2010 Paramei, G., Bertamini, M. & Bridgeman, B. Eye movements: Spatial and temporal aspects. iPerception, 1, 31-32.
  • 2010 Bridgeman, B. & Roberts, S. G. The 4-3-2 Method for Kegel Exercises. American Journal of Men's Health, 4, 75-76.
    • Download Article as PDF file: Kegel (128k)
  • 2010 Tseng, P., Tuennerman, J., Roker-Knight, N., Winter, D., Scharlau, I. & Bridgeman, B. Enhancing implicit change detection through action. Perception, 39, 1311.1321.
  • 2010 Bridgeman, B., Winter, D. & Tseng, P. Dynamic phenomenology of grapheme-color synesthesia. Perception, 39, 671-676.
  • 2010 Deubel, H., Koch, C. & Bridgeman, B. Landmarks facilitate visual space constancy across saccades and during fixation. Vision Research 50, 249-259.
  • 2009 Macramalla, S. & Bridgeman, B. Anticipated effort in imagined self-rotation. Perception, 38, 79-91.
  • 2009 Bridgeman, B. Mathematical theology. Connection Science, 21, 379-381.
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  • 2009 Bridgeman, B. No fishhooks. The Pelican Web's Journal of Sustainable Development, 5, #10.
  • 2009 Bridgeman, B. What is truly unsustainable? The Pelican Web's Journal of Sustainable Development, 5, #8.
  • 2008 Bridgeman, B. & Hoover, M. Processing spatial layout by perception and sensorimotor interaction. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61, 851-859.
  • 2008    Bridgeman, B., Gaunt, J., Plumb, E., Quan, J. Chiu, E. and Woods, C. A test of the sensorimotor account of vision and visual perception. Perception, 37, 811 – 814.
  • 2007  Bridgeman, B. Common-onset masking simulated with a distributed-code model. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 3, 33-40.
  • 2007 Bridgeman, B. efference copy and its limiations. Computers in Biology and Medicine 37, 924-929 (Festschrift for Lawrence Stark).
  • 2006 Bridgeman, B. Contributions of lateral inhibition to object substitution masking and attention. Vision Research, 46, 4075-4082.
  • 2005 Bridgeman, B. Influence of visually-induced expectation on perceived motor effort: A visual-proprioceptive interaction at the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 12, 549-522.
  • 2005 Bridgeman, B. Action planning supplements mirror systems in language evolution. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 129-130.
  • 2005 Turatto, M. & Bridgeman, B. Change perception using visual transients: object substitution and deletion. Experimental Brain Research, 167, 595-608.
  • 2004 Bridgeman, B. Violations of sensorimotor theories of visual experience. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 904-905.
  • 2004 Di Lollo V. von Muhlenen A. Enns JT. Bridgeman B. Decoupling stimulus duration from brightness in metacontrast masking: Data and models. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 30, 733-745.
  • 2004 Deubel, H. Bridgeman, B. & Schneider W. X. Different effects of eyelid blinks and target blanking on saccadic suppression of displacement. Perception & Psychophysics, 66, 772-778.
  • 2004 Weissgerber, D., Bridgeman, B. & Pang, A. Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems. HAPTICS '04 Proceedings, 12th International Symposium, 50-57.
  • 2004 Weissgerber, D., Bridgeman, B. & Pang, A. Feel the information with VisPad: A large area vibrotactile device. Information Visualization, 3, 36-48.
  • 2004 Turatto M. Galfano G. Bridgeman B. & Umilta C. Space-independent modality-driven attentional capture in auditory, tactile and visual systems. Experimental Brain Research, 15, 301-310.
  • 2004 Dassonville, P., Bridgeman, B., Bala, J., Thiem, P., & Sampanes, A. C. The induced Roelofs effect: Two visual systems or the shift of a single reference frame? Vision Research 44, 603-611.
  • 2004 Bridgeman, B. Grammar originates in action planning, not in cognitive and sensorimotor visual systems. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 287-288.
  • 2004 Bridgeman, B. Defining visuomotor dissociations and an application to the oculomotor system. [commentary] Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 27, 27-28.
  • 2003 Turatto, M., Betella, S., Umilta', C. and Bridgeman, B. Perceptual conditions necessary to induce change blindness. Visual Cognition, 10, 233-255.
  • 2003 Bridgeman B. Artifacts and cognition: Evolution or cultural progress?. Behavioral& Brain Sciences. 25, 403-404
  • 2002 Bridgeman, B. The grand illusion and petit illusions; Interactions of perception and sensory coding. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 9, 29-34. (Reprinted in O'Regan, K. & Noë, A. Is the Visual World a Grand Illusion? Thorverton, UK: Imprint Academic.)
  • 2002 Anand, S. and Bridgeman, B. An unbiased measure of the contributions of chroma and luminance to saccadic suppression of displacement. Experimental Brain Research, 142, 335-341.
  • 2001 Bridgeman, B. A Comparison of two inhibitory models of metacontrast. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 45, 780-788.
  • 2000 Bridgeman, B., Gemmer, A., Forsman, T. and Huemer, V. Properties of the sensorimotor branch of the visual system. Vision Research, 40, 3539-3552.
  • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Neither strong nor weak space constancy is coded in striate cortex. Psychological Research, 62, 261-265.
  • 1998 Bridgeman, B. Cortical Models and the Neurological Gap. Consciousness and Cognition, 7, 157-158.
  • 1998 Bridgeman, B. Models and Theories of Cognition are Algorithms. psycoloquy.98.9.22.connectionist-explanation.19.bridgeman (refereed electronic journal).
  • 1998 Bridgeman, B. and Huemer, V. A spatially oriented decision does not induce consciousness in a motor task. Consciousness and Cognition, 7, 454-464.
  • 1998 Welch, R. B., Bridgeman, B., Williams, J. A., and Semmler, R. Dual adaptation and adaptive generalization of the human vestibulo-ocular reflex. Perception & Psychophysics, 60, 1415-1425.
  • 1998 Deubel, H., Bridgeman, B., and Schneider, W.X., Immediate post-saccadic information mediates space constancy. Vision Research, 38, 3147-3159.
  • 1998 Bridgeman, B. Durations of stimuli displayed on video display terminals: (n-1)/f + Persistence. Psychological Science, 9, 232-233.
  • 1997 Bridgeman, B., Aiken, W.H., Allen, J., and Maresh, T., Influence of acoustic context on sound localization: An auditory Roelofs effect. Psychological Research, 60, 238-243.
  • 1997 Montegut, M.J., Bridgeman, B., and Sykes, J., High refresh rate and oculomotor adaptation facilitate reading from video displays. Spatial Vision , 10, 305-322.
  • 1997 Bridgeman, B., Peery, S., and Anand, S., Interaction of cognitive and sensorimotor maps of visual space. Perception and Psychophysics, 59, 456-469.
  • 1996 Bridgeman, B., van der Heijden, A.H.C., and Velichkovsky, B., Relationship of saccadic suppression to space constancy. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 551-554.
  • 1996 Deubel, H. Schneider, W., and Bridgeman, B., Postsaccadic target blanking prevents saccadic suppression of image displacement, Vision Research, 36, 985-996.
  • 1995 Direction constancy in rapidly refreshed video displays. Journal of Vestibular Research, 5, 393-398.
  • 1995 Macknik, S. and Bridgeman, B., Saccadic suppression relies on luminance information. Psychological Research, 58, 163-168.
  • 1995 Blouin, J., Bridgeman, B., Teasdale, N., Bard, C., and Fleury, M., Visual stability with goal-directed eye and arm movemen during saccadic suppression. Psychological Research, 58, 169-176.
  • 1995 Deubel, H. and Bridgeman, B., Perceptual consequences of ocular lens overshoot during saccadic eye movements. Vision Research, 35, 2897-2902.
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  • 1995 Bridgeman, B. A review of the role of efference copy in sensory and oculomotor control systems. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 23, 409-422.
  • 1995 Anand, S. and Bridgeman, B., Chromatic and luminance cues about motion during fixation and saccadic eye movements. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, 36, 356.
  • 1995 Deubel, H. and Bridgeman, B., Ocular lens overshoots after saccadic eye movements cause retinal image motion. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, 36, 685.
  • 1995 Bridgeman, B., Deubel, H. and Schneider, W. Visual context affects the saccadic suppression of a briefly blanked target. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, 36, 686.
  • 1995 Deubel, H. and Bridgeman, B., Fourth Purkinje image signals reveal eye-lens deviations and retinal image distortions during saccades Vision Research, 35, 529-538.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B. and Aiken, W., Attentional 'popout' and parallel search are separate phenomena. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, 35, 1623.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B. and Blouin, J., Extending reference signal theory to rapid movements Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17, 315-316.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B. Spatial and cognitive vision differentiate at low levels, but not in language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16, 240.
  • 1994 Van der Heijden, A.H.C. and Bridgeman, B., Action and attention. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17, 225-226.
  • 1994 Deubel, H., Schneider, W.X., and Bridgeman, B., Stimulus blanking diminishes saccadic suppression of image displacement. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 35, 2033.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B., van der Heijden, A.H.C., and Velichkovsky, B., Visual stability and saccadic eye movements. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17, 247-258.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B., van der Heijden, A.H.C., and Velichkovsky, B., How our world remains stable despite disturbing influences. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17, 282-292.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B. and Nardello, C., Conflict between aftereffects of retinal and vectional motion. Psychological Research, 56, 78-82.
  • 1993 Welch, R.B., Bridgeman, B., Anand, S., and Browman, K., Alternating prism exposure causes dual adaptation and generalization to a novel displacement, Perception and Psychophysics. 54, 195-204.
  • 1993 Spivey-Knowlton, M. and Bridgeman, B., Spatial context affects the Poggendorff illusion. Perception and Psychophysics, 53, 467-474.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. Varieties of conscious experience, reply to Reidbord on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy., 92.3.42.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. The social bootstrapping of human consciousness, reply to Barlow on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.20.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. The ontogeny of consciousness, reply to Fielding on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.22.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. The co-development of consciousness and planning, reply to Zelazo on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.39 .
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. Plans and the structure of consciousness, reply to Andreae on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.18.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. On the origin of consciousness and language. Psycoloquy (refereed electronic journal) psycoloquy.92.consciousness.1.bridgeman.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. On defining consciousness. reply to Wasserman on Bridgeman, Psycoloquy.92.3.37.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. Language and plans in the analysis of consciousness, reply to Murre on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.26.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. Language and planning: One mechanism or two? reply to Noble on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.28.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. Consciousness: What's the use? reply to Velmans on Bridgeman on Consciousness. Psycoloquy.92.3.35.
  • 1992 Bridgeman, B. Conscious vs. unconscious processes: The case of vision. Theory and Psychology, 2, 73-88.
  • 1991 Bridgeman, B. and Stark, L., Ocular proprioception and efference copy in registering visual direction. Vision Research, 31, 1903-1913.
  • 1991 Macknik, S., Fisher, B., and Bridgeman, B., Flicker distorts visual space constancy. Vision Research, 31, 2057-2064.
  • 1991 Nemire, K., Goettsche, M., and Bridgeman, B., Automated system for ball launching, visual occlusion, and data acquisition in a ball-hitting talk. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 23, 36-44.
  • 1990 Bridgeman, B. and Fisher, B., Saccadic suppression of displacement is strongest in central vision. Perception, 19, 103-111.
  • 1989 Bridgeman, B. The psychophysics of the pursuit oculomotor system. Perception and Psychophysics, 46, 220-226.
  • 1989 Artim, J. and Bridgeman, B.,The physiology of attention: Participation of cat striate cortex in behavioral choice. Psychological Research, 50, 223-228.
  • 1989 Ilg and, U., Bridgeman, B., and Hoffman, K.-P., Influence of mechanical disturbance on oculomotor behavior. Vision Research, 29, 545-551.
  • 1989 Bridgeman, B. and Graziano, J., Effect of context and extraretinal signals on visual straight ahead. Vision Research, 29, 1729-1736.
  • 1988 Bridgeman, B. Visual evoked potentials: Concomitants of meta-contrast in late components, Perception and Psychophysics, 401-403.
  • 1988 Nemire, K. and Bridgeman, B., Oculomotor and skeletal motor systems share one map of visual space, Vision Research, 27, 393-400.
  • 1987 Gibson, J.J. and Bridgeman, B., The visual perception of surface texture in photographs Psychological Research, 49, 1-5.
  • 1986 Bridgeman, B. Relations between the physiology of attention and the physiology of consciousness, Psychological Research special issue, Visual Attention and Action (A. Allport. O. Neumann, A. Van der Heijden, Eds.), Psychological Research, 48, 259-266.
  • 1986 Bridgeman, B. Multiple sources of outflow in processing spatial information, Acta Psychologica, 63, 35-48.
  • 1986 Van der Heijden, A.H.C., Bridgeman, B., and Mewhort, D., Is stimulus persistence affected by eye movements? Psychological Research, 48, 179-182.
  • 1986 Bridgeman, B. Implikationen des Augendruckens für die visuelle Wahrnehmung (Implications of the eye press for visual perception), Die Umschau, 86, 185-189.
  • 1985 Bridgeman, B. and Fishman, R., Dissociation of corollary discharge from gaze direction does not induce a straight-ahead shift. Perception and Psychophysics, 7, 523-528.
  • 1984 Bridgeman, B. and Delgado, D., Sensory effects of eye press are due to efference Perception and Psychophysics,36, 482-484.
  • 1983 Schor, C., Bridgeman, B., and Tyler, C.W., Spatial characteristics of static and dynamic stereo acuity in strabismus. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 24, 1572-1579.
  • 1983 Stark, L. and Bridgeman, B., Role of corollary discharge in space constancy, Perception and Psychophysics, 34, 371-380.
  • 1983 Bridgeman, B. Phasic eye movement control appears before tonic control in human fetal development, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 24, 658-659.
  • 1983 Bridgeman, B. and Klassen, H., On the origin of stroboscopic induced motion, Perception and Psychophysics, 34, 149-154.
  • 1983 Bridgeman, B. and Mayer, M., Failure to Integrate Visual Information from Successive Fixations,Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 21, 285-286.
  • 1983 Nagle, M. and Bridgeman, B., Afferent signal and efference copy need not be synchronized, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Supplement, 24, 82.
  • 1982 Delgado, D. and Bridgeman, B., Foreground/background constancy during visual fixation, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Supplement, 21, 86.
  • 1982 Bridgeman, B. and Staggs, D., Plasticity in human blindsight, Vision Research, 22, 1199-1203.
  • 1982 Bridgeman, B. Multiplexing in single cells of the alert monkey's visual cortex during brightness discrimination, Neuropsychologia, 20, 33-42.
  • 1981 Bridgeman, B., Kirch, M., and Sperling, A., Segregation of cognitive and motor aspects of visual function using induced motion, Perception and Psychophysics, 29, 336-342.
  • 1981 Nelken, N., Heit, G., and Bridgeman, B., Saccadic suppression and saccade dynamics in the cat, Behavior Analysis Letters, 1, 259-265.
  • 1981 Bridgeman, B. and Stark, L., Efferent copy and visual direction, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Supplement, 20, 55.
  • 1981 Bridgeman, B. Cognitive Factors in Subjective Stabilization of the Visual World, Acta Psychologia, 48, 111-121.
  • 1980 Nagle, M., Bridgeman, B., and Stark, L., Voluntary nystagmus, saccadic sup-pression, and stabilization of the visual world, Vision Research, 20, 1195-1198.
  • 1980 Bridgeman, B. Temporal Response Characteristics of Cells in Monkey Striate Cortex Measured with Metacontrast Masking and Brightness Discrimination, Brain Research, 196, 347-364.
  • 1980 Bridgeman, B. and Palca, J., Role of microsaccades in high-acuity observational tasks,Vision Research, 20, 813-817.
  • 1979 Bridgeman, B. Temporal aspects of coding in single cells of monkey striate cortex, Society for Neuroscience, Abstracts, 5, 778.
  • 1979 Bridgeman, B, Lewis, S., Heit, G., and Nagle, M., Relation Between Cognitive and Motor-Oriented Systems of Visual Position Perception, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 5, 692-700.
  • 1979 Bridgeman, B. and Stark, L., Omnidirectional increase in threshold for image shifts during saccadic eye movements, Perception and Psychophysics, 25, 241-243.
  • 1979 Bridgeman, B. and Leff, S., Interaction of stimulus size and retinal eccentricity in metacontrast masking, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 5, 101-109. Figure republished in W. Uttal, A Taxonomy of Visual Processes. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ.
  • 1978 Bridgeman, B. Distributed coding applied to simulations of iconic storage and metacontrast, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 40, 605-623.
  • 1978 Smetana, J., Bridgeman, D.L., and Bridgeman, B., A field study of interpersonal distance in early childhood,Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4, 309-313.
  • 1977 Reply to Brooks and Fuchs: Exogenous and endogenous contributions to saccadic suppression, Vision Research, 17, 323-324.
  • 1977 Bridgeman, B. Masking of vernier acuity -- a test of the sustained-transient theory of metacontrast, Brain Theory Newsletter, Spring, 62-63.
  • 1977 Bridgeman, B. A correlation model applied to metacontrast: Reply to Weisstein, Ozog, and Szoc, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 10, 85-88.
  • 1976 Stark, L., Kong, R., Schwartz, S., Hendry, D., and Bridgeman, B., Saccadic suppression of image displacement,Vision Research 16, 1185-1187.
  • 1975 Bridgeman, B., Mayer, M., and Glen, L., Figure distortion accompanying pursuit eye movements, Vision Research, 16, 431-433.
  • 1975 Bridgeman, B., Hendry, D., and Stark, L., Failure to detect displacement of the visual world during saccadic eye movements, Visual Research, 15, 719-722.
  • 1975 Bridgeman, B. Correlates of metacontrast in single cells of the cat visual system, Vision Research, 15, 91-99.
  • 1973 Bridgeman, B. Receptive fields in single cells of monkey visual cortex during visual tracking, International Journal of Neurosciences, 6, 141-152.
  • 1973 Bridgeman, B. Background activity in single cells of monkey visual cortex during visual tracking, International Journal of Neurosciences, 6, 153-158.
  • 1972 Visual receptive fields sensitive to absolute and relative motion during tracking, Science, 178, 1106-1108.
  • 1972 Bridgeman, B. A simple system for extracellular micro-electrode recording from awake animals, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 33, 116-118.
  • 1971 Bridgeman, B. Metacontrast and lateral inhibition, Psychological Review, 78, 528-539.
    • Figures republished in W. Uttal, A Taxonomy of Visual Processes. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, and in B. Breitmeyer, Visual Masking: An Integrated Approach. Oxford University Press.
  • 1970 Spinelli, D.N., Pribram, K.H., and Bridgeman, B., Visual receptive field organization of single units in the visual cortex of monkey, International Journal of Neurosciences, 1, 67-74.
  • 1970 Spinelli, D.N., Bridgeman, B., and Owens, S., A simple single-unit micro-electrode recording system, Medical and Biological Engineering, 8, 599-602.

Chapters in Books

  • 2014 Bridgeman, B. Visual Stability. Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements.
  • 2012 Bridgeman, B. Eye Movements. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.). The Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, Vol. 2, pp. 160-166. San Diego, Ca.: Academic Press.
  • 2011 Bridgeman, B. Visual Stability. In S. Liversedge, I. Gilchrist & S. Everling (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements, pp. 511-521. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2011 Bridgeman, B. In P. Robbins & D. Mulvaney (Eds.). Green Technology. Entries:
    • Batteries
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    • Bicycles
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    • Common sense about fuel
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    • Hybrid cars
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    • Plug-in hybrid
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  • 2011 Coleman, J. S. & Bridgeman, B. In P. Robbins & D. Mulvaney (Eds.). Green Technology.
  • 2010 Bridgeman, B. Space Constancy: The Rise and Fall of Perceptual Compensation. In R. Nijhawan & B. Khurana (Eds); Space and time in Perception and Action (pp. 94-108). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • 2008 Bridgeman, B. Consciousness and Conscious Awareness. In R. E. Hoffman (Ed.). McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • 2007 Bridgeman, B. & Lathrop, B. Interactions Between Cognitive Space and Motor Activity. In F. Mast & L. Jäncke (Eds); Spatial Processing in Navigation, Imagery and Perception (pp. 107-117). New York: Springer.
  • 2003 Post, R. B, Welch, R. B & Bridgeman, B. Perception and action: Two modes of processing visual information. In J. Andre & D. A. Owens (Eds). Visual perception: The influence of H. W. Leibowitz. Decade of behavior (pp. 143-154). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.
  • 2003 Bridgeman, B., Common Mechanisms in Perception and Action. In W. Prinz & B. Hommel (Eds.). Attention and Performance Volume XIX. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2002 Bridgeman, B. Attention and Visually Guided Behavior in Distinct Systems. In W. Prinz & B. Hommel, Common Mechanisms in Perception and Action - Attention and Performance Volume XIX. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2002 Deubel, H., Schneider, W.X., & Bridgeman, B. Transsaccadic memory of position and form. In J. Hyönä, D. Munoz, W. Heide, & R. Radach (Eds.). The Brain's Eye: Neurobiological and Clinical Aspects of Oculomotor Research (pp. 165-180). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.
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  • 2002 Bridgeman, B. The grand illusion and petit illusions; Interactions of perception and sensory coding. In O'Regan, K. & Noë, A. (Eds.). Is the Visual World a Grand Illusion? Thorverton, UK: Imprint Academic.
  • 2000 Bridgeman, B., Cellerier, G., Paillard, J. and Velichkovsky, B. M. Prerational intelligence from the perspective of psychology, pp. 89-134. In J. Dean, H. Ritter & H. Cruse (Eds.). Prerational Intelligence, Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.
  • 2000 Bridgeman, B., Interactions between vision for perception and vision for behavior., pp. 17-40. In Y. Rossetti & A. Revonsuo (Eds.). Dissociation but Interaction between Conscious and Unconscious Processing. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing.
  • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Separate representations of visual space for perception and visually guided behavior in G.Aschersleben, T. Bachmann, & J. Müsseler (Eds.). Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial and Temporal Events. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Efference copy and intention: Old wine in new bottles? In G.Aschersleben, T. Bachmann, & J. Müsseler (Eds.). Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial and Temporal Events. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Vertical Modularity in the Visual System. In B.M. Velichkovsky & B. Challis (Eds.). Stratification in Cognition and Consciousness, John Benjamins Publishing (Amsterdam/ Philadelphia).
  • 1999 Van der Heijden, A. H. C., Müsseler, J. & Bridgeman, B., On the Perception of Position. In G.Aschersleben, T. Bachmann, & J. Müsseler (Eds.). Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial and Temporal Events. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • 1998 Bridgeman, B. Biography of Tim Shallice. In Biographical Dictionary of Psychology, London: Routledge.
  • 1998 Bridgeman, B. Perception. In McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology 1999 , 8th Ed., 279-281. New York: McGraw-Hill (invited contribution).
  • 1996 Bridgeman, B. Extraretinal signals in visual orientation. In W. Prinz and B. Bridgeman (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Action Vol. 1: Perception. London: Academic Press.
  • 1995 Prinz, W. and Bridgeman, B. Introduction, In W. Prinz and B. Bridgeman (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Action Vol. 1: Perception,, London: Academic Press.
  • 1995 Bridgeman, B. Dissociations between processing modes. In M.A. Arbib (Ed.), The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Cambridge: Bradford Books/MIT Press.
  • 1994 Bridgeman, B. Visual neural processing. In M. Adams (Ed.), Magill's Survey of Social Science: Psychology. Pasadena, California: Salem Press.
  • 1994 Pattern recognition as a cognitive process. In M. Adams (Ed.), Magill's Survey of Social Science: Psychology. Pasadena, California: Salem Press.
  • 1994 Pattern vision. In M. Adams (Ed.), Magill's Survey of Social Science: Psychology. Pasadena, California: Salem Press.
  • 1994 Eye movements. In Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, Vol. 2, Orlando: Academic Press.
  • 1994 Extraretinale Signale bei visueller 0rientierung. In W. Prinz and B. Bridgeman (Eds.), Enzyklopaedie der Psychologie, Wahrnehmung. Band 1: Kognition. Gottingen: Hogrefe.
  • 1994 Prinz, W. and Bridgeman, B. Einleitung. In W. Prinz and B. Bridgeman (Eds.), Enzyklopaedie der Psychologie, Wahrnehmung. Band 1: Kognition. Gottingen: Hogrefe.
  • 1993 Bridgeman, B. Efferent programming of the striate cortex. In K.H. Pribram (Ed.), Rethinking Neural Networks, 487-503. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • 1991 Bridgeman, B. Complementary cognitive and motor image processing. In G. Obrecht and L. Stark (Eds.), Presbyopia Research: From Molecular Biology to Visual Adaptation. New York: Plenum Press, 189-198.
  • 1990 Bridgeman, B. The physiological basis of the act of perceiving In O. Neumann and W. Prinz (Eds.), Between perception and action: Current approaches V. Berlin: Springer Verlag.
  • 1989 Bridgeman, B. Separate visual representations for perception and for visually guided behavior. In S. Ellis (Ed.), Proceedings, NASA Conference on Spatial Displays.
  • 1984 Schor, C., Bridgeman, B., and Tyler, C.W., The spatial organization of stereopsis in strabismus. In L. Spillman and B. Wooten (Eds.), Sensory Experience, Adaptation, and Perception: Festschrift for Ivo Kohler. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 623-632.
  • 1983 Bridgeman, B. Mechanisms of space constancy. In A. Hein and M. Jeannerod (Eds.), Spatially Oriented Behavior, 263-279. New York & Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  • 1979 Bridgeman, B. Detection without detectors: A correlation model of stimulus coding. In W.G. Vogt and M.H. Mickle (Eds.), Modeling and Simulation. 10(1), 241-247, Pittsburgh, Pa: Instrument Society of America.
  • 1974 Bridgeman, B. Influence of visual attention on background activity in single cells of monkey visual cortex. In J. Rose (Ed.), Advances in Systems and Cybernetics. Vol. II, London: Gordon and Breach.

Book Reviews

  • 2012 Bridgeman B. Review of Why We See What We Do Redux: A Wholly Empirical Theory of Vision. Quarterly Review of Biology 87, p. 64.
  • 2005 Bridgeman B. Review of Evolution and the Psychology of Thinking: the Debate edited by D. E. Over. Human Nature Review, 5, 2005, 31-33
  • 2005 Bridgeman B. Review of Zenon Pylyshyn's Seeing and Visualizing: It's Not What You Think. Quarterly Review of Biology 80, p. 98.
  • 2005 Bridgeman B. Review of Martha Farah's Visual Agnosia (2nd Ed.). Quarterly Review of Biology 80, p.143.
  • 2004 Bridgeman B. Philosophy of mind fails in generating progress toward understanding the mind. Review of Schwartz (Ed.): Perception (Blackwell Readings in Philosophy Series) Perception. 33, 379-381.
  • 2003 Bridgeman B. Review of Dale Purves and R. Lotto's Why We See What We Do: An empirical Theory of Vision. Quarterly Review of Biology 78, p.381.
  • 2004 Philosophy of mind fails in generating progress in understanding the mind. A Review of R. Schwartz (Ed.), Perception (Blackwell Readings in Philosophy Series). Perception, 33, 379-381.
  • 2003 Is Mental Life Possible Without the Will?A Review of Daniel M. Wegner's The Illusion of Conscious Will. PSYCHE, 9(13), May 2003
  • 2003 Probabilistic models of the brain: Perception and neural function, R. P. N. Rao, B. A. Olshausen, & M. S. Lewicki, eds. The Quarterly Review of Biology 78, 124-125.
  • 2003 Why every perceptual psychologist should know about eye movements. Review of S. Ebenholtz, Oculomotor Systems and Perception. American Journal of Psychology 116, 315-318.
  • 2002 Dual Book Review, Human Nature Review 2
  • 2002 Evolution and Human Origins: Dual Book Review, Human Nature Review 2, 340-342.
  • 2001 From Neuron to Brain by J. G. Nicholls, A. R. Martin, B. G. Wallace & P. A. Fuchs. Science Books and Films, 37
  • 2000 The undiscovered Mind: How the Human Brain Defies Replication, Medication, and Explanation by John Horgan. Science Books and Films, 36, 163-164.
  • 1999 The Power of Placebos; review of Transforming Trauma EMDR: The Revolutionary New Therapy, for Freeing the Mind, Clearing the Body, and Opening the Heart by L. Parnell. American Journal of Psychology 112, 465-469.
  • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Two Visual Brains In Action, Psyche: An Interdisciplinary Journal Of Research On Consciousness, 5(18) (refereed electronic journal) http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v5/psyche-5-18-bridgeman.html
  • 1999 Phantoms in the Brain: Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind (Ramachandran and Blakeslee), Science Books and Films, 35, 67.
  • 1998 An Introduction to the Biology of Vision (J. T. McIlwain), The Quarterly Review of Biology, 73, 386.
  • 1998 Simple conscious percepts require complex unconscious processing: Review
  • of Indirect Perception (Irvin Rock), Psyche (refereed electronic journal).
  • 1997 Binocular Vision and Stereopsis (I. Howard and B. Rogers), Quarterly Review of Biology, 72, 495.
  • 1997 Physical Sciences: Chaos, Order, and Associative Memory (videotape), Science Books and Films, 33, 214-215.
  • 1997 Dialogues on Perception (B. Julesz), Quarterly Review of Biology, 72, 106.
  • 1996 Sight by Touch (video), Science Books and Films, 32, 279.
  • 1996 In the Eye's Mind: Vision and the Helmholtz-Hering Controversy, Quarterly Review of Biology, 71, 149-151.
  • 1995 Expertise and Technology: Cognition and Human-Computer Cooperation (J.-M. Hoc, P. Cacciabue, and E. Hollnagel), Science Books and Films, 31, 132.
  • 1994 Consciousness and Behavior (B. Wallace and L.E. Fisher), Psyche: psyche-94-1-7-review-1-bridgeman (electronic journal).
  • 1994 The Neuroscience of Animal Intelligence (E.M. McPhail), in Science Books and Films, 30, 101.
  • 1994 Cognitive neuroscience research directions in cognitive science: Vol. 4. European perspectives (G. Orban, W. Singer, and N. Bernsen, Eds.), American Journal of Psychology, 106, 144-147.
  • 1993 The computational brain, (P.S. Churchland and T.J. Sejnowski, Eds.), in Psyche, 1, 24-28. Also distributed electronically.
  • 1992 The brain has a mind of its own: Insights from a practicing neurologist (Richard Restak), Science Books and Films, 28, 104.
  • 1991 Two kinds of models, many kinds of souls: Shallice on neuropsychology, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 14, 440-441.
  • 1991 Regions of the mind (Susan Leigh Star), American Journal of Psychology, 104, 150-153.
  • 1991 Perception and control of self-motion (R. Warren and A.H. Wertheim, Eds.), American Journal of Psychology, 104, 625-630.
  • 1991 Comparative perception. V. 1 -- Basic mechanisms (M.A. Berkley and W.C. Stebbins, Eds.), American Journal of Psychology, 104, 463-466.
  • 1990 Methods in neuronal modeling: From synapses to networks (C. Koch and I. Segev, Eds.), Science Books and Films, 25, 247.
  • 1989 Neuropsychology of eye movement (C. W. Johnston and F. J. Pirozzolo, Eds.), American Journal of Psychology, 576-581.
  • 1989 Mind, brain and behavior (2nd Ed.), (F. Bloom and A. Lazerson), Contemporary Psychology, 34, 784.
  • 1989 Fire in the crucible: The alchemy of creative genius (J. Briggs), Science Books and Films, 24, 268.
  • 1988 The exceptional brain: Neuropsychology of talent and special abilities (L. Obler and D. Fein, Eds.), Science Books and Films, 24, 68.
  • 1987 The society of mind (Minsky, M.), Science Books and Films, 23, 7.
  • 1987 Mind and brain: Dialogues in cognitive neuroscience (J. LeDoux and W. Hirst), Science, 235, 373-374.
  • 1986 The mind's eye (J.M. Wolfe), Science Books and Films, 22, 82.
  • 1986 Models and mechanisms in visual masking (review of B. Breitmeyer, Visual Masking: An Integrative Approach), Contemporary Psychology, 31, 439-441.
  • 1986 Left brain, right brain(S. Springer & G. Deutsch), Science Books and Films 21,156.
  • 1986 Functions of the right cerebral hemisphere (A.W. Young, Ed.), American Journal of Psychology, 99, 564-567.
  • 1985 New approaches to neurobiology (F. Bloom et al., Brain, Mind and Behavior; J.W. Kalat, Biological Psychology, 2nd ed.; and S. Kuffler et. al., From Neuron to Brain: A Cellular Approach to the Function of the Nervous System, 2nd ed.), Contemporary Psychology, 30, 956-958.
  • 1984 Sensory experience, adaptation, and perception: Festschrift for Ivo Kohler (L. Spillman and B. Wooten, Eds.). Science Books and Films, 20, 10.
  • 1983 Biological aspects of schizophrenia (K. Flekkoy), Science Books and Films, 18, 137.
  • 1982 The inquisitive eye (M. Fineman), Science Books and Films, 17, 129.
  • 1981 Concepts in neurophysiology (W. Stephenson), Science Books and Films, 16, 210-211.
  • 1980 Seeing: Illusion, brain and mind (J.P. Frisby), Science Books and Films (AAAS), 16, 81-82.
  • 1980 Seeing is deceiving: The psychology of visual illusions (S. Coren & J. Girgus), Science Books and Films (AAAS), 15, 191.
  • 1978 The purposive brain (R. Granit), Science Books and Films (AAAS) 14/1, p. 3.
  • 1978 Out of sight and into vision, Science Books and Films (AAAS).
  • Other

    • 2011 Scher, S., Gaunt, J., Bridgeman, B., Swaminarayan, S. & Davis, J. Eye tracking based saliency for automatic content aware image processing ICIP Proceedings.
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    • 2010 Obituary: Richard Langton Gregory. American Journal of Psychology, 123, 503-504.
    • 2009  Bridgeman, B. ‘Baby boomlet’ not a healthy trend. Santa Cruz Sentinel, Mar. 29.
    • 2008 What is truly sustainable? Small World (Population connection Monterey Bay Chapter newsletter), December, 1-4.
    • 2007  Bridgeman, B. Ethanol -- solution or boondoggle? Santa Cruz Sentinel, Dec. 23.
    • 2006 Bridgeman, B: A different look at the population issue by including world growth as part of the whole equation. Santa Cruz Sentinel, June 11, p. A19.
    • 2006 Bridgeman, B. review of "One with Nineveh", address by Paul Ehrlich. Population Connection Newsletter, April 2006, 4.
    • 2005 Bridgeman, B. Demographics and the Culture War. Evolutionary Psychology Newsletter, Mon, 21 Mar.
    • 2003 Bridgeman, B. & Lathrop, W. B. Looking Without Seeing: Evidence of Visual Processing During Inattentional Blindness. Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting
    • 2001 Bridgeman, B. Polarity reversal does not destroy the Poggendorff illusion. Optics Express (a journal of the Optical Society), GV3
    • 2000 Bridgeman, B. & Thiem, P. Limits of the sensorimotor visual system, Journal of Vision
    • 2001 Bridgeman, B. Intelligent design is a hoax, Santa Cruz Sentinel, May 3, p. A11
    • 2000 Bridgeman, B., Neuroanatomy and function in two visual systems , Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 535-536.
    • 2000 Bridgeman, B., Attention and visually guided behavior in distinct systems. Attention and Performance XIX proceedings, Irsee, Germany.
    • 2000 Bridgeman, B., The two visual systems and their interactions. Society for Cognitive Sciences Tutorial, Aug. 12.
    • 2000 Bridgeman, B., A Sensorimotor Map of Visual Space. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 22
    • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Fluoride's benefits outweigh the risks. Santa Cruz Sentinel, Feb. 28, p. A12
    • 1999 Bridgeman, B. Implicit and explicit representations of visual space, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22, 759-760.
    • 1999 Bridgeman, B., Deubel, H., Haarmeier, T. Perception and oculomotor behavior in a patient who cannot compensate for eye movements. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Suppl. 40, 380.
    • 1999 Deubel, H., Bridgeman, B. & Schneider, W. X. Eye blinks and postsaccadic target blanking have different effects on saccadic suppression of displacement. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Suppl. 40, 380.
    • 1998 The dynamical model is a perceptron (Commentary). Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
    • -1998 Bridgeman, B., Sustainable populations, EcoAdvocate, 83, 8.
    • 1998 Bridgeman, B., Perception and Motor Activity: Reality is Always Virtual. Proceedings, SPIE
    • 1998 Bridgeman, B., The Causes of Environmental Problems. Environmental Council Newsletter invited essay.
    • 1998 Bridgeman, B., Attention shuts out irrelevant stimuli (Commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20, 769-771.
    • 1997 Bridgeman, B., Williams, J.A., and Welch, R.B., Adaptive generalization and dual adaptation in the human vestibular-ocular revlex (VOR), Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 38, #3071, S655.
    • 1997 Williams, J.A., Bridgeman, B., and Welch, R.B., Frequency vs. acceleration specificity in human VOR adaptation, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 38, #3072, S655.
    • 1997 Separate cognitive and motor maps in vision, Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 19, 874.
    • 1995 Bridgeman, B., Deubel, H. and Schneider, W. X., Amodal completion in intrasaccadic motion: Stimulus or event? In: Proceedings of the VIIIth International Conference of Perception and Action, p. 26. Marseille: University of the Mediterranean.
    • 1995 Bridgeman, B. and Deubel, H. Retinal image motion due to ocular lens overshoot after saccadic eye movements. Perception 24 (suppl.), p. 27.
    • 1994 Bridgeman, B. and Blouin, J., Extending reference signal theory to rapid movements, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17, 315-316.
    • 1993 Spatial and cognitive vision differentiate at low levels, but not in language, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16, 240.
    • 1993 Bridgeman, B. and Montegut, M., Faster flicker rate increases reading speed on CRTs, SPIE Proceedings 1913, 134-145.
    • 1993 Bridgeman, B. and Azmitia, M., Mimetic culture and modern sports: A synthesis, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16, 751-752.
    • 1993 Taking distributed coding seriously, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16, 240.
    • 1992 What is consciousness for, anyway? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 15, pp. 26-207 (commentary).
    • 1992 Bridgeman, B., Ross, T., and Nardello, C., Motion aftereffect (MAE) can follow vectional, and not retinal, direction, Investigative Ophthalmology, 33, 1138.
    • 1991 Macknik, S., Switkes, E., and Bridgeman, B., Saccadic suppression of displacement at isoluminance, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement), 32, 899.
    • 1991 Looking for computers that are easy to read, The Informant, 1, (University of California, Santa Cruz), 3-4.
    • 1991 Spivey, M., Fisher, B., and Bridgeman, B., Attention and automaticity: The interaction of two modes of visual attention, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement.), 32, 1040.
    • 1990 What connectionists learn: Comparisons of model and neural nets, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, 491-492.
    • 1990 Fisher, B., Bridgeman, B., and Biederman, I., Task differences in visual search: Does attention aid detection,? Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement), 31, 563.
    • 1990 Macknik, S., Fisher, B., and Bridgeman, B., Space constancy in flickering fields, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement), 31, 603.
    • 1990 Intention itself will disappear when its mechanisms are known, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, 598-599.
    • 1990 Empirical work on conscious vs. unconscious processes, Report No. 54/1990, Research Group on Mind and Brain, Perspectives in theoretical Psychology and the Philosophy of Mind (ZiF), University of Bielefeld, Germany.
    • 1989 Commentary: Skeletal and Oculomotor Control Systems Compared, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 212.
    • 1989 Modeling Separate Processing Pathways for Spatial and Object Vision (Commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 398.
    • 1989 Faulty Reasoning? (letter), The Scientist, May 1, 11-12.
    • 1989 Effect of eye press on straight ahead depends upon visual context, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement), 30, 326.
    • 1988 The adequate stimulus for pursuit eye movements, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement). 29, 165.
    • 1987 Two separate representations of visual space in normal humans, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Supplement), 28, 362.
    • 1987 Is the dual-route theory possible in phonetically regular languages? (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 10, 331-332.
    • 1986 Theories of visual masking (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 9, 25-26.
    • 1986 The Lightstick (invited letter), Leonardo 19, p. 356.
    • 1986 Bridgeman, B., Dorn, R., and Tetlock, P., Potential contributions of psychology to public policy, Psychological Research on International Conflict and Nuclear Arms Issues: Possible Directions, IGCC.
    • 1986 Bridgeman, B. and Nemire, K., Oculomotor and skeletal motor systems share one map of visual space, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Supplement. 27, 333.
    • 1986 Multiple sources of outflow in processing spatial information, Technical Report #101, and Action, Zentrum für Interdisziplinare Forschung, Universität Bielefeld.
    • 1985 The visual perception of surface texture, Technical report #46, Perception and Action, Zentrum fr Interdisziplinare Forschung, Universitt Bielefeld, W. Germany.
    • 1985 The sustained-transient theory of visual masking, Technical report #31, Perception and Action, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung, Universität Bielefeld.
    • 1985 Relations between the physiology of attention and the physiology of consciousness, Technical report #69, Perception and Action, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung, Universität Bielefeld.
    • 1985 Is stimulus persistence affected by eye movements? A critique of Davidson, Fox, and Dick (1973) (with A. Van der Heijden and D. Mewhort), Technical report #50, Perception and Action, Zentrum für Interdisziplinare Forschung, Universität Bielefeld.
    • 1985 Imitationsfahigkeit bei Kleinkindern; Helmholtz auf die Füsse gestellt: Implikation des Augendruckens für die visuelle Wahrnehmung, (Wahrnehmung und Bewegung. Eine Forschungsgruppe am Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Forschung ZiF.) Mit einer Einleitung von Herbert Heuer (with A. Vinter). Technical report #90, Perception and Action, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung, Universität Bielefeld, W. Germany.
    • 1985 Free will and the functions of consciousness (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 540.
    • 1983 Isomorphism is where you find it, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6, 658-659.
    • 1983 Independent Evidence for Neural Systems Mediating Blindsight, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6, 450-451.
    • 1983 Bridgeman, B. and Mayer, M., Iconic storage and saccadic eye movements (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6, 16-17.
    • 1982 The Role of Concepts in Imagery, (commentary), Journal of Mental Imagery, 6, 35-38.
    • 1980 Direct Perception and a call for Primary Perception, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 3, 382-383.
    • 1980 Brains + Programs = Minds (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 427-428. Reprinted in Foundations of Cognitive Sciences: The Essential Readings, (J. Gorfield, ed.), New York: Paragon House, 1990.
    • 1979 Toward a Neurological Theory of Eidetic Imagery (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 598.
    • 1979 Temporal Aspects of Coding in Single Cells of Monkey Striate Cortex, Neuroscience Abstracts, 5, 778.
    • 1979 Neurologizing Mental Imagery: The Physiological Optics of the Mind's Eye (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 550.
    • 1979 Events and process in neural stimulus coding: Some limitations and an application to metacontrast (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Science, 2, 257-258.
    • 1979 Adaptation and the Two-Visual-Systems Hypothesis (commentary), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 64-65.
    • 1978 The similarity of the sensory cortices: Problem or solution? (commentary), Behavior and Brain Sciences,3, 349-350.
    • 1976 Bridgeman, B. and Lewis, S., How the eye knows where the world is (abstract ), Neuroscience Abstracts, 2, 276.
    • 1975 Beyond feature detectors, Proceedings, International Conference on Cybernetics and Society (IEEE), 108-109.
    • 1975 Autism, stress and ethology (letter with D. Bridgeman), Science ,188, 402-403.
    • 1972 The function of single cells of the monkey visual cortex in visual stabilization (abstract), Eur. J. Physiol. Supplement. 332, R97.
    • 1972 A search for neurophysiological correlations of metacontrast in the cat visual system (abstract), Eur. J. Physiol. Supplement. 337, R81.
    • 1970 Spinelli, D.N., Bridgeman, B., and Phelps, R., Inhibitory interactions of principal cells in the lateral geniculate body of the cat (abstract), Fed. Proc., 29, 3347

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