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Articles from Consciousness and Cognition, 32
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1. Foley RT, Kentridge RW (2015) Type-2 blindsight: empirical and philosophical perspectives. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:1-5
    [NBArticle #42603]
2. Celeghin A, Barabas M, Mancini F, Bendini M, Pedrotti E, Prior M, Cantagallo A, Savazzi S, Marzi CA (2015) Speeded manual responses to unseen visual stimuli in hemianopic patients: what kind of blindsight? Consciousness and Cognition, 32:6-14
    [NBArticle #42604]
3. Silvanto J (2015) Why is “blindsight” blind? a new perspective on primary visual cortex, recurrent activity and visual awareness. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:15-32
    [NBArticle #42605]
4. Overgaard M, Mogensen J (2015) Reconciling current approaches to blindsight. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:33-40
    [NBArticle #42606]
5. Kentridge RW (2015) What is it like to have type-2 blindsight? drawing inferences from residual function in type-1 blindsight. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:41-44
    [NBArticle #42607]
6. Elliott MA, Seifert D, Poggel DA, Strasburger H (2015) Transient increase of intact visual field size by high-frequency narrow-band stimulation. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:45-55
    [NBArticle #42608]
7. Foley RT (2015) The case for characterising type-2 blindsight as a genuinely visual phenomenon. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:56-67
    [NBArticle #42609]
8. Heeks F, Azzopardi P (2015) Thresholds for detection and awareness of masked facial stimuli. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:68-78
    [NBArticle #42610]
9. Balsdon T, Azzopardi P (2015) Absolute and relative blindsight. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:79-91
    [NBArticle #42611]
10. Brogaard B (2015) Type 2 blindsight and the nature of visual experience. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:92-103
    [NBArticle #42612]
11. Macpherson F (2015) The structure of experience, the nature of the visual, and type 2 blindsight. Consciousness and Cognition, 32:104-128
    [NBArticle #42613]