Mack, A. Inattentional Blindness: Looking Without Seeing.
Behrmann, M. The Mind’s Eye Mapped Onto the Brain’s Matter.
Martino, G. & Marks, L. E. Synesthesia: Strong and Weak.
Garry, M. & Polaschek, D. L. L. Imagination and Memory.
McNally, R. J. Recovering Memories of Trauma: A View from the Laboratory.
Wells, G. L., Olson, E. A., & Charman, S. D. The Confidence of Eyewitnesses in Their Identifications from Lineups.
Brown, V. R. & Paulus, P. B. Making Group Brainstorming More Effective: Recommendations from an Associative Memory Perspective.
ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING AND CAUSAL REASONING
Öehman, A. & Mineka, S. The Malicious Serpent: Snakes as a Prototypical Stimulus For an Evolved Module of Fear.
Thompson, S. C. Illusions of Control: How We Overestimate Our Personal Influence.
Spellman, B. A. & Mandel, D. R. When Possibility Informs Reality: Counterfactual Thinking as a Cue to Causality.
Norenzayan, A. & Nisbett, R. E. Culture and Causal Cognition.
SOLVING PROBLEMS AND MAKING DECISIONS
Klahr, D. & Simon, H. A. What Have Psychologists (and Others) Discovered About the Process of Scientific Discovery?
Siegler, R. S. Unconscious Insights.
Mellers, B. A. & McGraw, A. P. Anticipated Emotions as Guides to Choice.
Yaniv, I. The Benefit of Additional Opinions.
Saffran, J. R. Statistical Language Learning: Mechanisms and Constraints.
Landauer, T. K. Learning and Representing Verbal Meaning: The Latent Semantic Analysis Theory.
Ferreira, F., Bailey, K. G. D., & Ferraro, V. Good-enough Representations In Language Comprehension.
Zwaan, R. A. Situation Models: The Mental Leap Into Imagined Worlds.
MINDS AND BRAINS
Miller, G. A. & Keller, J. Psychology and Neuroscience: Making Peace.
Roser, M. & Gazzaniga, M. S. Automatic Brains–Interpretative Minds.
Povinelli, D. J. & Bering, J. M. The Mentality of Apes Revisited.
Nickerson, R. S. The Projective Way of Knowing: A Useful Heuristic That Sometimes Misleads.