|aAgency and self-awareness :|bissues in philosophy and psychology /|cedited by Johannes Roessler and Naomi Eilan.
|aOxford :|bClarendon Press ;|aNew York :|bOxford University Press,|c2003.
|axi, 415 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aConsciousness and self-consciousness
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|tAgency and self-awareness: mechanisms and epistemology|rNaomi Eilan and Johannes Roessler --|tSense of agency: awareness and ownership of action|rAnthony Marcel --|tAction: awareness, ownership, and knowledge|rChristopher Peacocke --|tConscious awareness of intention and of action|rPatrick Haggard --|tConsciousness of action and self-consciousness: a cognitive neuroscience approach|rMarc Jeannerod --|tRole of demonstratives in action-explanation|rJohn Campbell --|tExperimental approaches to action|rWolfgang Prinz --|tPerception and agency|rThomas Baldwin --|tFractionating the intentional control of behaviour: a neuropsychological analysis|rGlyn W. Humphreys and M. Jane Riddoch --|tDual control and the causal theory of action: the case of non-intentional action|rJosef Perner --|tDevelopment of young children's action control and awareness|rDouglas Frye and Philip David Zelazo --|tChildren's action control and awareness: comment on Frye and Zelazo|rJennifer Hornsby --|tDevelopment of self-consciousness|rMichael Lewis --|tPerceiving intentions|rJoelle Proust --|tSense of ownership: an alalogy between sensation and action|rJerome Dokic --|tEpistemologyof physical action|rBrian O'Shaughneessy --|tOn knowing one's own actions|rLucy O'Brien --|tIntentional action and self-awareness|rJohannes Roessler.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0620/2004269705-t.html