A listing of many of the articles directly related to Julian Jaynes’s theory.
There Is Only Awe
Consciousness Began When the Gods Stopped Speaking
- Introduction to The Julian Jaynes Collection Kuijsten, Marcel, in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.
- New Evidence for Jaynes’s Neurological Model: A Research Update Kuijsten, Marcel, The Jaynesian, 2009, 3, 1.
- The Quest for Jaynes’s Unpublished Writings Kuijsten, Marcel, The Jaynesian, 2008, 2, 1.
- Voice of Reason: Julian Jaynes’s Enduring Ideas on Hearing Voices and Our Emerging Consciousness Kuijsten, Marcel (interviewed by John Soderlund), New Therapist Magazine, July/August 2004, 32.
- The Lost Voices of the Gods Leo, John, Time, March 14, 1977, 51-53.
- Language and Consciousness: Jaynes’s ‘Preposterous Idea’ Reconsidered Limber, John, in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.
- The Oral Aesthetic and the Bicameral Mind Lindahl, Carl, Oral Tradition, January 1991, 6, 1.
Reprinted in Gilgamesh: A Reader, John Maier (ed.) (Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1997, pp. 328-36).
- From Ancient Greece to the Present Day: How the Development of the Modern Mind Distanced Us from Genuine Dialogue Livingstone, Louise, The Role, Nature and Difficulties of Dialogue in Transformative Learning (Proceedings, 2016).
- Talking Moai? MacIntyre, Ferren, Rapa Nui Journal, 1999, 13, 3, 107–113.
- Psychologist Concentrates on How We Think (Interview with Julian Jaynes) Macklin, Beth, Tulsa World, October 7, 1980.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.
- Vestiges of the Gods: The Influence of Julian Jaynes on North American Literature Matrone, Robert Vincent, Bachelor's Thesis, New College of Florida, 2006.
- Eternal Rome: Subjective Consciousness and Immortality Maxwell, Ross R. The Psychohistory Review, 1985, 14, 35-43.
- The Bicameral Mind McCandless, Richard L., Religious Education, July-August 1980, 75, 4, 436-440.
- Beyond Confusion: Culture, Cognition, and Consciousness McVeigh, Brian J., Cross Culture, March 1993, 11.
- Elephants in the Psychology Department: Overcoming Intellectual Barriers to Understanding Julian Jaynes’s Theory McVeigh, Brian J., in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.
- Humility as a Profession: A Memorial to Julian Jaynes McVeigh, Brian J., in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), The Julian Jaynes Collection.
- Mental Imagery and Hallucinations as Adaptive Behavior: Divine Voices and Visions as Neuropsychological Vestiges McVeigh, Brian J., The International Journal of the Image, 2013, 3, 1, 25-36.
- Society In the Self: Towards An Anthropology of Agency McVeigh, Brian J., Toyo Gakuen University, March 1995.
- The Self as Interiorized Social Relations: Applying a Jaynesian Approach to Problems of Agency and Volition McVeigh, Brian J., in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.
- What About The Bicameral Mind? Moffic, H. S., American Journal of Psychiatry, May 1987, 144, 5, 696.
- Reflections on Julian Jaynes’s The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind Morriss, James E., ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1978, 35, 3.
Reprinted in Marcel Kuijsten (ed.), Gods, Voices, and the Bicameral Mind.
- The Metaphoric Origins of Objectivity, Subjectivity, and Consciousness in the Direct Perception of Reality Mulaik, Stanley A., Philosophy of Science, June 1995, 62, 2.
- Julian Jaynes and Ezekiel’s Wheel Novak, Peter, Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, January 2002, 25, 1.
- Brain Mechanisms for Consciousness and Conscious Experience Ojemann, George, Canadian Psychology, April 1986, 27, 2, 158-168.
- Auditory Hallucinations and the Bicameral Mind Olin, Robert, Lancet, 1999, 354, 166.