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Lettvin, J. Y., Maturana, H. R., McCulloch, W. S. & Pitts, W. H.(1959) ‘What the Frog’s Eye Tells the Frog’s Brain’, Proceedings of the IRE 47 (11): 1940–1951. Link to estate-archived article on the ‘Papers’ page of Jerry Lettvin’s wiki (now maintained by his son, the neuroscientist Jonathan Lettvin. Permission to link externally to this article was given by Jonathon Lettvin). The pdf is available at this link: http://jerome.lettvin.info/lettvin/Jerome/WhatTheFrogsEyeTellsTheFrogsBrain.pdf Licence: © 1959 Lettvin et al.

Thompson, E. (2005) ‘Sensorimotor subjectivity and the enactive approach to experience’, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 4 (4):  407–427). Link to self-archived copy of the article on the author's website Licence: © 2005 Thompson.

Thompson, E. (1995) ‘Colour Vision, Evolution, and Perceptual Content]’, Synthese 104: 1–32. Link to self-archived copy of the article on the author's website.Licence: © 1995 Thompson.

Noë, A. (2006) 'Experience without the head’, Perceptual Experience,  (ed) Gendler, T.S., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 411-433. Link to a self-archived copy of the article on the author's website.
Licence: © 2006 Noë.

Gallese, V. & Keysers, C. (2001) ‘Mirror Neurons: A Sensorimotor Representation System]’, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5): 983–4. Link to a self-archived copy of the article on the University of Parma, Italy, research repository.
Licence: © 2001 Gallese & Keysers. Made available here via a link to the University of Parma, Italy, repository.

Martinez-Conde, S., Macknik, S.L. & Hubel, D.H. (2004) ‘The Role of Fixational Eye Movements in Visual Perception’ Nature Neuroscience 5: 229–240. Link to a self-archived copy of the article on David Hubel's publications' page. Permission to link ot the article provided by David Hubel. 
Licence: © 2004 Nature Publishing Group. After clicking on the link, scroll down to ‘2004’ and select the article.

Ulanovsky, N. & Moss, C.F. (2008) 'What the Bat's Voice Tells the Bat's Brain', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (25) June 24: 8491-8498. Published online before print June 18, 2008, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0703550105. http://www.pnas.org/content/105/25/8491.full.
Licence: © 2008 PNAS USA. This is an external link to a free access, full text version of this article, which is available on the PNAS website.

Pineda, J.A. (2008) 'Sensorimotor Cortex as a Critical Component of an 'Extended' Mirror Neuron System: Does it Solve the Development, Correspondence, and Control Problems in Mirroring?' Behavioral and Brain Functions 4 (47). http://www.behavioralandbrainfunctions.com/content/pdf/1744-9081-4-47.pdf
Licence: © 2008 Pineda. This article is distributed under conditions of open access.

Catmur, C. (2011) 'Contingency is Crucial for Creating Imitative Responses', Frontiers in Neuroscience, 5. http://www.frontiersin.org/human_neuroscience/10.3389/fnhum.2011.00015/full
Licence: © 2011 Catmur. This article is distributed under conditions of open access.

Battaglia, F., Lisanby, S.H., & Freedberg, D. (2011) ‘Corticomotor Excitability During Observation and Imagination of a Work of Art]’, Frontiers in Neuroscience 5. http://www.frontiersin.org/human_neuroscience/10.3389/fnhum.2011.00015/full
Licence: © 2011 Battaglia et al. This article is distributed under conditions of open access.

Rucci, M. & Desbordes, G. (2003) ‘Contributions of Fixational Eye Movements to the Discrimination of Briefly Presented Stimuli’, Journal of Vision 3 (11). http://www.journalofvision.org/content/3/11/18.full
Licence: © 2003 Rucci & Desbordes. This is an external link to a free access, full text version of this article, which is available on the Journal of Vision website.

Forsythe, W. & Noë, A. (2009), 'LIVE at the New York Public Library', October 9. http://www.nypl.org/audiovideo/william-forsythe-alva-noë
This is a link to a free access video of a conversation between Alva Noe and William Forsyth on perception as something we do; that is, enactive perception not something that is simply inside our heads

Macknick, S. (2007) 'Visual Illusions', http://macknik.neuralcorrelate.com/node/6
Link to Macknick's website. Macknick is a neuroscientist who has worked on relations betwen the brain, vision and magic/illusion. The site allows you to interact with visual illusions.
Licence: © 2007 Macknick


Link to Garrison Institute Interview with Evan Thompson, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmwm8tFnmNk ( 2011). This is a freely accessible interview on YouTube with Evan Thompson on the contribution of phenomenologies of experience to the neuroscience of perception.

Link to Neuroculture.org, a freely accessible website that provides examples of artists and scholars working at the intersection of art and neuroscience. Many of these works are critical of the hype surrounding neuroscience, others actively explore the relations between neuroscience, art and perception.

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