BIBLI0GRAPHY (chronologically numbered) 1988 - present
of Joseph E. Bogen, M.D.

107. Bogen, J.E., Schultz, D.H., Vogel, P.J. Completeness of Callosotomy Shown by Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Long Term. Arch. Neurol. 45:1203-1205, 1988.

108. Bogen, J.E. Ameliorating Hydromyelia. Bull. Clin. Neurosci. 53:165-169, 1988.

109. Bogen, J.E., and Bogen, G.M. Creativity and the Corpus Callosum Psychiat. Clin. No.Amer. 11:293-301,1988

110. Zaidel, E, Zaidel, D. W., and Bogen, J. E. Testing the Commissurotomy Patient. pp. 147-201 in Boulton, A.A., Baker, G.B., and Hiscock, M., (eds.). Neuromethods, Vol.17, Neuropsychhology. Clifton, NJ: The Humana Press, Inc., 1990.

111. Bogen, J.E. Partial Hemispheric Independence with the Neocommissures Intact. In Trevarthen, C. (ed.). Brain Circuits and Functions of the Mind: Essays in Honor o R.W. Sperry. London: Cambridge University Press, 1990.

112. Bogen, J.E., and Van Lancker, D.L. Right Hemisphere Cognition Does Not Require Right Hemisphere Language. Proc. Soc, Neurosci. 18:746, 1992.

113. Bogen, J.E. Mild closed head injury and seizures. J. Neurosurg. 77:654,1992.

114. Bogen, J.E. The Callosal Syndromes. In Heilman, K.M., and Valenstein, E, (eds.). Clinical Neuropsychology. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1993.

115. Bogen, J.E. Intralaminar Nuclei and the Where of Awareness. Proc. Soc. Neurosci . 19:1446, 1993.

116. Bogen, J. E. Intralaminar Nuclei and the Where of Awareness. Proc, Soc, Neurosci. 19:1446, 1993.

117. Bogen, J.E. Descartes' Fundamental Mistake. Behay, Brain Sci. 17:175-176, 1994.

118. Bogen, J. E. On the neurophysiology of consciousness. Part 1: Overview. Consciousness and Cognition. 4:52-62 (1995).

119. Bogen, J.E. On the neurophysiology of consciousness. Part 2:Constraining the semantic problem. Consciousness and Cognition. 4:137-158,1995.

120. Bogen, J.E. Some historical aspects of callosotomy for epilepsy. In A.G. Reeves and D.W.Roberts (eds.). Epilepsy and the Corpus Callosum 2. New York: Plenum, 1995.

121. Zaidel, E., Zaidel, D.W. and Bogen, J.E. Disconnection Syndrome in J.G. Beaumont, R. Kenealy and M. Rogers (eds.) Blackwell Dictionary of Neuropsychology . Oxford: Blackwell, 1996.

122. Bogen, J.E. An example of access consciousness without phenomenal consciousness? Behav. Brain Sci. 20:144, 1997.

123. Bogen, J.E. Does cognition in the disconnected right hemisphere require right hemisphere possession of language? Brain & Lang . 57:12-21, 1997.

124. Bogen, J.E. Physiological consequences of complete or partial commissural section. In M.J.M.Apuzzo (ed.). Surgery of the Third Ventricle , 2nd Ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1997.

125. Bogen, J.E. Memory: A neurosurgeon's perspective. In M.L.J.Apuzzo. Surgery of the Third Ventricle . 2nd Ed. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1997.

126. Bogen, J.E. The neurosurgeon's interest in the corpus callosum. Chapter 24 (pp. 489-498) in S.H.Greenblatt, T.F. Dagi, and M.H. Epstein (eds.). A History of Neurosurgery . Park Ridge, IL: Amer. Assoc. Neurol. Surg., 1997.

127. Bogen, J.E. Some neurophysiologic aspects of consciousness. Seminars in Neurology . 17:95-103, 1997.

128. Bogen, J.E. My developing understanding of Roger Wolcott Sperry's philosophy. Neuropsychologia . 36:1089-1096,1998.

129. Bogen, J.E. Roger Wolcott Sperry (August 20, 1913-April 17, 1994). Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc . In Press,1999

130. Zaidel, E., Zaidel, D.W. and Bogen, J.E. The Split Brain. In G.Adelman and B.H.Smith(eds.) Encyclopedia of Neuroscience . 1930-, 1999

131. Bogen, J.E. Split-brains: interhemispheric exchange as a source of creativity. In M.A.Runco and S. Pritzker (eds.). Encyclopedia of Creativity . In press, 1999

132. Bogen, J.E. Split-brain basics: Relevance for the concept of one's other mind. J Am Acad Psychoanal. 2000 Summer;28(2):341-69.

133. Bogen, J.E. Roller coaster headache and subdural hematoma. Neurology. 2000 Sep 26;55(6):903.