The Brain and its Self

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Editorial:

Varieties of self-system worth having

Pascal Boyer, Philip Robbins, Anthony Jack

Contents:

1.  Varieties of self-systems worth having • EDITORIAL
Pages 647-660
Pascal Boyer, Philip Robbins and Anthony I. Jack
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2.
Where in the brain is the self? ARTICLE
Pages 661-678
Todd E. Feinberg and Julian Paul Keenan
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3.
Being a self: Considerations from functional imaging ARTICLE
Pages 679-697
Debra A. Gusnard
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4.
Responding to the emotions of others: Dissociating forms of empathy through the study of typical and psychiatric populations ARTICLE
Pages 698-718
R.J.R. Blair
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5.
Egocentrism, allocentrism, and Asperger syndrome ARTICLE
Pages 719-738
Uta Frith and Frederique de Vignemont
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6.
Meta-perception for pathological personality traits: Do we know when others think that we are difficult? ARTICLE
Pages 739-751
Thomas F. Oltmanns, Marci E.J. Gleason, E. David Klonsky and Eric Turkheimer
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7.
The self in action: Lessons from delusions of control ARTICLE
Pages 752-770
Chris Frith
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8.
Agency, authorship, and illusion ARTICLE
Pages 771-785
Eddy Nahmias
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