1.1 Self-awareness and higher-order thought.
- Intersubjective Consciousness and Self- or I-awareness. Eduard Marbach, University of Bern, Switzerland
- Implicit self-understanding and the problem of phenomenal consciousness. Robert Van Gulick, Syracuse University, USA
- Vehicle Externalism and Higher-Order Monitoring Theories of Consciousness: Is the *Conscious* Self Outside the Head? Timothy J. Bayne, University of Arizona, USA
- Relaxing Higher Order Thoughts. Erik Myin, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
1.2 Attention and Imagery.
- Link Between Brain Learning, Attention, and Consciousness. Stephen Grossberg, Boston University, USA
- Capacity Limits in Change Blindness Estimated Using Psychophysical Stimuli. Patrick Wilken, Monash University, Australia
- Voluntary Control of Negative Afterimage Fragmentation. Lianggang Lou, University of Hong Kong, China
- Interfering with Imagery. Jackie Andrade, University of Sheffield, UK
1.3 Brain Imaging and Neurochemistry.
- Can Functional Brain Imaging Discover Consciousness in the Brain? Antti Revonsuo, University of Turku, Finland
- fMRI of Semantic Incongruence in the Implicit Association Test. N. Sriram, The National University of Singapore
- Evidence that Self-Face Recognition is Correlated with Right Hemisphere Activity: An Overview of Recent Neuroimaging Investigations. Julian Keenan, Harvard University, USA
- Neurochemical Bases of Consciousness. John Smythies, University of California at San Diego, USA
1.4 Varieties of Memory.
- Explicit Memory in Rhesus Macaques. Robert Hampton, NIMH-NIH, USA
- False Fame and Recognition Memory Predicted Without Unconscious Components. William Banks, Pomona College, California, USA
- Ventral Prefrontal Contributions to Autonoetic Awareness and Self-Regulation. Brian Levine, University of Toronto, Canada
- Variance Rather than Strength is Important for Metacognition. Sverker Sikström, University of Toronto, Canada
2.1 Explanatory Gap.
- Kripke and the Illusion of Contingent Identity. Thomas Polger, Duke University, USA
- Why Is It So Hard to Give a Positive and Informative Account of Phenomenal Consciousness and Qualia? Filip Radovic, Göteborg University, Sweden
- Phenomenal Conscious and Godel’s Theorem. Natika Newton, Nassau County Community College, USA
- Why the Hard Problem of Phenomenal Consciousness Runs So Deep? Liam Dempsey, University of Western Ontario, Canada
2.2 Conscious and Unconscious Perceptual Processes.
- Can Visual Masking be Used to Simulate Blindsight?: Confounds and Possibilities. Mark Price, University of Bergen, Norway
- How a Conscious Percept can Inherit a Property of an Invisible Prime. Michael H. Herzog, Caltech, USA
- Subliminal Priming and Persuasion. Erin J. Strahan, Steven J. Spencer, & Mark P. Zanna, University of Waterloo, Canada
- Intentional Movements and Tactile Awareness. Sandeep Vaishnavi, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
2.3 Self and Action.
- Recognising One’s Own Actions: The Neural Correlates of Self-Monitoring. Sarah Blakemore, University College London, UK
- Recognition of Self-Generated Actions. Guenther Knoblich, Max-Planck Institute for Psychological Research, Germany
- Prefrontal Cortex and Monitoring of Actions. Andrea Slachevsky, Inserm U 289 et Fédèration de Neurologie, Hôpital de la Salpêtrière, Paris, France
- The Action Test. Ian Whishaw, University of Lethbridge, Canada
2.4 Cognitive Models of Consciousness.
- Consciousness, Executive Function and the Self in an Approximate Model of Cognition. Jon May, University of Sheffield, UK
- Locating the Self in a Multi-Track Model of Consciousness. Gerard O’Brien, University of Adelaide, Australia
- Feelings in the Fringe: How Non-Feature Awareness Functions in the Global Workspace, or Why Self-Monitoring Results in Feelings in Consciousness. Katharine McGovern, Wright Institute at Berkeley, USA
- Emotion and the Extended Reticular Thalamic Activating Systems (ERTAS): Global Workspace and the Neglected Contributions of Midbrain Periaquiductal Gray. Douglas Watt, Quincy Hospital, Mass., USA
3.1 Meaning, Language, and Consciousness.
- Language and Conscious Experience. Gordon Lyon, Florida State University, USA
- Consciousness, Self, and Meaning. Don Perlis, University of Maryland, USA
- Why the Self Needs Language. Maxim Stamenov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
3.2 Visual Consciousness.
- Consciousness and Ultra-Rapid Serial Visual Presentation. Christian Keysers, University of St. Andrews, UK
- On the Explicit and Implicit in Visual Awareness. Ken Mogi, Sony Computer Science Laboratory, Japan
- Conscious Decisions Can Be Based on Unconscious Coding. Bruce Bridgeman, University of California at Santa Cruz, USA
- Personal Identity and Schizophrenia: A Cognitive Model of Immunity to Error Through Misidentification. Shaun Gallagher, Canisius College, USA
- Delusions, First Rank Symptoms and Agency. Henrik Walter, Universitätsklinikum Ulm, Germany
- Disorders of the Self in Schizophrenia: Personal Identity and Episodic Memory. Georg Northoff, University of Magdeburg, Germany
3.4 Pain and Consciousness.
- Attention Modulation of Interference Effects are not Dependent Upon Conscious Awareness of Distracting Stimuli: Evidence From Striate, Parietal and Cingulate Lesions. James Danckert, La Trobe University, Australia
- The Experience of Pain in Infants and Children. Patricia McGrath, University of Western Ontario, Canada
- Two Issues Concerning Consciousness and Pain. Harold Merskey, University of Western Ontario, Canada
- Suffering and Chronic Pain: The Role of the Self. Richard Chapman, University of Washington, USA
4.1 Evolution and Epistemology of Consciousness.
- Can Science Know When You’re Conscious? Verbal Reports and the Simulation Heuristic. Alvin Goldman, University of Arizona, USA
- The Epistemology of Qualia. Andrew R. Bailey, University of Calgary, Canada.
- The Phenomenal Phenotype: Evolution and Ontology. Steven M. Miller, University of Queensland, Australia
- Dretske’s Representational Theory of the Mind on Qualia and Self-Knowledge. Jorge Fernandez, Brown University, USA
4.2 Contents of Visual Consciousness.
- Attention Modulation of Interference Effects are not Dependent Upon Conscious Awareness of Distracting Stimuli: Evidence from Striate, Parietal and Cingulate Lesions. James Danckert, La Trobe University, Australia
- The Importance of Unattended Information for Change Detection. Daniel Smilek, University of Waterloo, Canada
- On the Structure of Visual Qualia. John Beeckmans, University of Western Ontario, Canada
- Anisochronic Processing: Are Dennett and Zeki in Synchrony? David Rose, University of Surrey, UK
4.3 Self and Agency.
- Extending Self-Consciousness Into the Future. John Barresi, Dalhousie University, Canada
- Cospecification and Conscious Agency: Instantiated Goals and Specification of Self. Richard Carlson, Penn State University, USA
- Misinterpreting the Mirrored Self. Nora Breen, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australia
- The Concept “Self” in Buddhism and in Western Psychology. David Galin, University of California at San Francisco, USA
4.4 Unconscious Processes.
- Subliminal Oddball P300 ERP Component. Edward Bernat, University of Michigan Medical Center, USA
- Dissociating Conscious and Unconscious Influences in Sequence Learning. Axel Cleeremans, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
- The Strategic Unconscious: Some Problem-Solving and Game-Playing Evidence. Kenneth Kotovsky, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Disambiguating Conscious and Unconscious Influences: Theory and Experimental Methods. J. Michael Snodgrass, University of Michigan, USA