The Physiology of Psychological Type, Part II

Bibliography on Jung's Four Functions

For those wishing to read more in-depth and technical sources, the following bibliography is recommended.

Benziger, Katherine. The Physiological and Psycho-Physiological Bases for Jungian Concepts: An Annotated Bibliography KBA 1996.

Haier, Richard. Cortical Glucose Metabolic Rate Correlates of Abstract Reasoning and Intelligence, Studied with Positron Emission, by Haier et al. unpublished paper from January 1988.

Haier, Richard. The Study of Personality With Positron Emission Tomography in Personality Dimensions & Arousal, ed. by Jan Stvelan & Hans J. Eyesenck. Plenum Publishing Company, 1987.

Konner, Melvin. The Tangled Wing 1982.

Loye, David. The Sphinx and The Rainbow 1983.

Persinger, Michael. The Neuro-psychological Bases of God Experiences. 1987.

Pribram, Karl. Brain Systems and Cognitive Learning Processes, in Proceedings from the Harry Frank Guggenheim Conference, 1982.

Pribram, Karl. Emotion: A Neurobehavioral Analysis, In Approaches to Emotion. 1984.

Pribram, Karl. Frequency Encoding in the Motor System, by Karl Pribram et. al. In Human Motor Actions - Berstein Reassessed. 1984.

Pribram, Karl. Localization and Distribution of Function in the Brain, In Neurology After Lashley. 1982.

Pribram, Karl. Object Perception, by Karl Pribrarn, E.H.Carlton. unpublished paper July 1984

Pribram, Karl. Psychoanalysis and the Natural Sciences: The Brain-Behavior Connection from Freud to the Present, an unpublished paper May 1981.

Pribram, Karl. Psychology as a Science. In Psycholoey's Second Century: Enduring Issues. 1981.

Science And The Mind-Brain Issue, by Karl Pribram.

Pribram, Karl. Temporal Variables in Speech from an unpublished paper presented at The Hague, 1980.

Pribram, Karl. The Role of Cortical Connections, an unpublished paper Nov 1984.

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