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Articles Directly Related to Julian Jaynes's Theory

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A listing of many of the articles directly related to Julian Jaynes's theory. See also the Indirectly Related Articles and Supporting Evidence sections.

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There Is Only Awe
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A Systems Approach to the Bimodal, Interactive Nature of Human Consciousness and the Reintegration of the Bicameral Mind Through Education
Allen, John D. Dissertation Abstracts International, June 1983, Vol. 43 (12-A): 3886.

Consciousness, Plasticity, and Connectomics: The Role of Intersubjectivity in Human Cognition
Allen, Micah and Gary Williams. Frontiers in Psychology, 2011, 2.

Ramifications of Julian Jaynes's Theory of Consciousness for Traditional General Semantics
Ardery, Philip. ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 2004, 61.

The Interpretation of Dreams, the Origin of Consciousness, and the Birth of Tragedy
Atwan, Robert. Research Communications in Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavior, 1981, 6 (2): 163-182.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

The Consciousness of John's Gospel: A Prolegomenon to a Jaynesian-Jamesonian Approach
Bernier, Jonathan. The Bible and Critical Theory, 2010, 6 (10).

The Making of the Modern Mind
Campbell, Anthony. The Philosophers' Magazine, 2000, 11: 17–18.

The Shi 'Corpse/Personator' Ceremony in Early China
Carr, Michael. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

The *K'ôg 'To Dead Father' Hypothesis
Carr, Michael. Journal of Liberal Arts, 1989, 77: 51-117.

Big Heads in Old Chinese
Carr, Michael. Paper presented at the 18th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, August 27-29 1985, Bangkok

Personation of the Dead in Ancient China
Carr, Michael. Computational Analyses of Asian and African Languages, March 1985, 24: 1-107.

Sidelights of Xin "Heart, Mind" In the Shijing
Carr, Michael. Proceedings of the 31st CISHAAN, 1983, Tokyo and Kyoto, 824-825.

The "Bicameral Mind" 30 Years On: A Critical Reappraisal of Julian Jaynes' Hypothesis
Cavanna, A.E., M. Trimble, F. Cinti, and F. Monaco. Functional Neurology, 2007, 22 (1): 11-15.

Hypnosis in the Theory of the Bicameral Mind
Casiglia, Edoardo. The Jaynesian, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 1.

The Ghost of the Corpus Callosum: Doppelgänger as Bicameral Brain Function in Poe's "William Wilson"
Dietrich, Bryan D. Semiotics, 1992.

Terror and the Bicameral Mind: Joyce Carol Oates's Use of Julian Jaynes in Her Pseudonymous Fiction
Dean, Sharon L. Clues: A Journal of Detection, Spring-Summer 1994, 15 (1).

Julian Jaynes' Software Archeology
Dennett, Daniel. Canadian Psychology, April 1986, 27 (2): 149-154.

A Quantitative Philology of Introspection
Diuk, Carlos G., D. Fernandez Slezak, I. Raskovsky, M. Sigman, and G. A. Cecchi, Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 2012, 6: 80.

Souls, Gods, Kings, and Mountains: Julian Jaynes's Theory of the Bicameral Mind in Tibet, Part One
Gibson, Todd. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Listening for Ancient Voices: Julian Jaynes's Theory of the Bicameral Mind in Tibet, Part Two
Gibson, Todd. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Julian Jaynes and the Ancient Mindgods
Gliedman, John. Science Digest, April 1982, 90: 84-87.

The Last Modern Psychologist: Julian Jaynes' Search for Consciousness in the Natural World
Greer, Scott. Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics, 2016, 4 (1): 13–25.

A Knowing Noos and a Slippery Psychê: Jaynes's Recipe for an Unnatural Theory of Consciousness
Greer, Scott. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind: The Theories of Julian Jaynes
Hampden-Turner, Charles. Maps of the Mind, 1981, New York, Macmillan, 90-94.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Auditory Hallucinations in Nonverbal Quadriplegics
Hamilton, John. Psychiatry, November 1985, 48 (4): 382-92.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness .

Vico and Jaynes: Neurocultural and Cognitive Operations in the Origin of Consciousness
Haskell, Robert E. New Vico Studies, 1993, Volume XI.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Odd Man Out
Hilts, Philip. Omni, January 1981, 3 (4): 68-88.

The Ordering of Relations: Jaynesian Psycho-History, Bicameralism and Post-Individual Digital Subjectivity
Housley, William. Cardiff University, 2009.

Did 'Voices' of Gods Guide the Ancients?
Ingram, J. The Toronto Star, September 25 1994, E10.

Chinese Pictograms and the Bicameral Mind
Ishimori, Masanori and Takashi X. Fujisawa. The Jaynesian, 2007, Vol. 1, Issue 1.

The Brain-Mind Relation, Religious Evolution, and Forms of Consciousness: An Exploratory Statement
Johnson, Doyle Paul. Sociological Analysis, Spring 1988, 49 (1): 52-65.

Poetry as Right-Hemispheric Language
Kane, Julie. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2004, 11 (5-6): 21-59.

The Lost Voices of the Gods (Interview with Julian Jaynes)
Keen, Sam. Psychology Today, November 1977, 11: 58-64.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.

Julian Jaynes: Portrait of the Psychologist as a Maverick Theorizer
Keen, Sam. Psychology Today, November 1977, 11: 66-67.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.

Bicameral Mind and the Narcissan Conspiracy
Kinsbourne, Marcel. Contemporary Psychology, November 1977, 22 (11): 801-2.

The Evolution of Self-Awareness: Advances in Neurological Understandings Since Julian Jaynes' 'Bicameral Mind'
Kretz, Robert K. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, 2000, Vol. 60 (12-B), pp. 6413.

Voice of Reason: Julian Jaynes's Enduring Ideas on Hearing Voices and Our Emerging Consciousness
Kuijsten, Marcel (interviewed by John Soderlund). New Therapist Magazine, July/August 2004, 32.

Consciousness, Hallucinations, and the Bicameral Mind: Three Decades of New Research
Kuijsten, Marcel. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness: Julian Jaynes's Bicameral Mind Theory Revisited.

The Quest for Jaynes's Unpublished Writings
Kuijsten, Marcel. The Jaynesian, 2008, Volume 2, Issue 1.

New Evidence for Jaynes's Neurological Model: A Research Update
Kuijsten, Marcel. The Jaynesian, 2009, Volume 3, Issue 1.

Close-Mindedness and Mysticism in Science: Commentary on John Smythies's Review
Kuijsten, Marcel. The Jaynesian, 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2.

Consciousness and Dreams
Kuijsten, Marcel. The Jaynesian, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 1.

Introduction to Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind
Kuijsten, Marcel. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Introduction to The Julian Jaynes Collection
Kuijsten, Marcel. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.

Introduction to Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness
Kuijsten, Marcel. In Kuijsten, M. (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

Hypnosis as a Vestige of the Bicameral Mind
Kuijsten, Marcel, Contemporary Hypnosis & Integrative Therapy, September 2012, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p. 213.

The Oral Aesthetic and the Bicameral Mind
Lindahl, Carl. 1991. Oral Tradition, January, 6 (1).
Reprinted in Gilgamesh: A Reader, ed. John Maier. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci. 1997, pp. 328-36.

The Lost Voices of the Gods
Leo, John. Time, March 14 1977, 51-53.

Language and Consciousness: Jaynes's "Preposterous Idea" Reconsidered
Limber, John. In Kuijsten, M. (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

Talking Moai?
MacIntyre, Ferren. Rapa Nui Journal, 1999, 13 (3): 107–113.

Psychologist Concentrates of How We Think (Interview)
Macklin, Beth. Tulsa World, October 7, 1980.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.

Vestiges of the Gods: The Influence of Julian Jaynes on North American Literature
Matrone, Robert Vincent. Bachelor's Thesis, New College of Florida, 2006.

Eternal Rome: Subjective Consciousness and Immortality
Maxwell, Ross R. The Psychohistory Review, 1985, 14: 35-43.

The Bicameral Mind
McCandless, Richard L. Religious Education, July-August 1980, Vol. 75 (4): 436-440.

Elephants in the Psychology Department: Overcoming Intellectual Barriers to Understanding Julian Jaynes's Theory
McVeigh, Brian J. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Mental Imagery and Hallucinations as Adaptive Behavior: Divine Voices and Visions as Neuropsychological Vestiges
McVeigh, Brian J. The International Journal of the Image. 2013, 3 (1): 25-36.

The Self as Interiorized Social Relations: Applying a Jaynesian Approach to Problems of Agency and Volition
McVeigh, Brian J. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

Society In the Self: Towards An Anthropology of Agency
McVeigh, Brian J. Toyo Gakuen University, March 1995.

Beyond Confusion: Culture, Cognition, and Consciousness
McVeigh, Brian J. Cross Culture, March 1993, Vol. 11.

What About the Bicameral Mind? [letter]
Moffic, H. S. American Journal of Psychiatry, May 1987, 144 (5): 696.

Reflections on Julian Jaynes's The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind
Morriss, James E. ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1978, 35, 3.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

The Metaphoric Origins of Objectivity, Subjectivity, and Consciousness in the Direct Perception of Reality
Mulaik, Stanley A. Philosophy of Science, June 1995, 62 (2).

Julian Jaynes and Ezekiel's Wheel
Novak, Peter. Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, January 2002, 25 (1).

Brain Mechanisms for Consciousness and Conscious Experience
Ojemann, George. Canadian Psychology, April 1986, 27 (2): 158-168.

Auditory Hallucinations and the Bicameral Mind
Olin, Robert. Lancet, 1999, 354: 166.

The Feeling of A Presence and Verbal Meaningfulness in Context of Temporal Lobe Function: Factor Analytic Verification of the Muses?
Persinger, Michael, A. and Katherine Makarec. Brain and Cognition, November 1992, 20 (2): 217-226.

Presence, Poetry, and the Collaborative Right Hemisphere
Platt, Carole Brooks. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2007, 14 (3): 36–53.

The Evolution of Self-Talk
Pos, Robert. The Jaynesian, 2007, Volume 1, Issue 2.

Auditory Hallucinations of Hearing Voices in 375 Normal Subjects
Posey, Thomas B. and Mary E. Losch. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 1983, 3 (2).

Romanticism, Bicamerality, and the Evolution of the Brain
Proffitt, Edward. The Wordsworth Circle, 1978, 9: 98-105.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

The Emergence of the Modern Concept of Introspection: A Quantitative Linguistic Analysis
Raskovsky, I., D. Fernandez Slezak, C.G. Diuk and G.A. Cecchi. Young Investigators Workshop on Computational Approaches to Languages of the Americas, June 6, 2010, pgs. 68–75.

Echoes of the Gods: Towards a Jaynesian Understanding of Rhetoric
Remington, Ted. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

The Origin of Rhetoric in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind
Remington, Ted. The Jaynesian, 2007, Volume 1, Issue 1.

Alone in the Country of the Mind: The Origin of Julian Jaynes
Rhodes, Richard. Quest, 1978, 2, 71-78.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.

Auditory Hallucinations in Princeton University Undergraduates
Rosenburg, Michael E. Senior thesis at Princeton University on file in the Mudd Library, 1988.

Jaynes' Chimeric Faces: Another Look into the Mirror
Roszkowski, Michael J., Glenn E. Snelbecker and Robert S. Rosen. Personality and Individual Differences, 1986, 7 (6).

Voices Become Gods
Rowe, Bill. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

The Ancient Dark Age
Rowe, Bill. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Two Origins of Consciousness
Rowe, Bill. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Retrospective: Julian Jaynes and The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind
Rowe, Bill. American Journal of Psychology, Spring 2012, (1-4).

Julian Jaynes's Bicameral Mind Theory as a Metaphor for Alcoholism
Sandoz, Jeff. The Jaynesian, 2007, Volume 1, Issue 2.

The Lonely Odyssey of Julian Jaynes: Searching for Inner Voices
Schorr, Steven. Harvard Crimson, May 1977, 12, 2-3.

Neuroimaging, Auditory Hallucinations, and The Bicameral Mind
Sher, Leo. Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 2000, 25 (3): 239-40.

Poe's Longing for a Bicameral Mind
Skaggs, Merrill Maguire. The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South, 1981, 19 (2).

Greek Zombies: On the Alleged Absurdity of Substantially Unconscious Greek Minds
Sleutels, Jan. In Kuijsten, M. (ed.) Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

Jaynes' Ideas About Consciousness
Stevens, Richard. In Richard Stevens, Social Psychology: Development, Experience and Behaviour in a Social World, 1983, Milton Keynes; Open Unversity Press, p. 87-92.

The Oracles and Their Cessation: A Tribute to Julian Jaynes
Stove, David C. Encounter, April 1989, Vol. 72: 30-38.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.

Engogenous Hallucinations and Bicamerality
Strassman, Rick. The Jaynesian, 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2.

The "Sensed Presence" in Unusual Environments
Suedfeld, Peter and Jane S. Mocellin. Environment and Behavior, Vol. 19 (1), Jan. 1987, pp. 33-52.

A Research Note on Becoming What We Do in Career Development
Tiedeman, David V. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 1978, 26 (4): 361-364.

Rationality and Consciousness from a Genetic Perspective
Weber, Michel. Balkan Journal of Philosophy, 2015, Vol.7, Issue 1.

Evolution and Inspiration
Weissman, Judith. Introduction to Of Two Minds: Poets Who Hear Voices (1993).
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Somewhere in Earshot: Yates' Admonitory Gods
Weissman, Judith. Pequod, 1982, 14: 16-31.

"Who Can Rule and Dare Not Lie" — Tennyson's Bicameral King
Weissman, Judith. Syracuse Scholar, 1984, Vol. 5 (1).

Vision, Madness, and Morality: Poetry and the Theory of the Bicameral Mind
Weissman, Judith. The Georgia-Review, 1979, 33 (1): 118-148.

Schizophrenic Process, the Emergence of Consciousness in Recent History and Phenomenological Causality: The Significance for Psychotherapy of Julian Jaynes
Wilkinson, Heward. International Journal of Psychotherapy, March 1999, 4 (1): 49-66.

What Is It Like To Be Nonconscious? A Defense of Julian Jaynes
Williams, Gary. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, October 2010.

The Origin of Consciousness, Gains and Losses: Walker Percy vs. Julian Jaynes
White, Laura Mooneyham. Language and Communication, July 1993, 13 (3).
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.

Julian Jaynes: Introducing His Life and Thought
Woodward, William and June Tower. In Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.