Bureau, Y.R.J., & Persinger, M.A. Transient blocking of persistent gnawing by haloperidol in rats with seizure-induced multifocal brain damage. Life Science, 1993, 52, 869-876.

Bureau, Y.R.J., & Persinger, M.A. Extreme hypothermia induced by a synergism of acute limbic seizures, physical restraint, and acepromazine: implications for survival following brain injury. Psychological Reports, 1993, 72, 248-250.

Persinger, M.A. Transcendental meditation and general meditation are associated with enhanced complex partial epileptic-like signs: Evidence for "cognitive" kindling? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 76, 80-82.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXXI. Differential contribution of geomagnetic activity to paranormal experiences concerning death and crisis: An alternative to the ESP hypothesis. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 76, 555-562.

Gillis, C., & Persinger, M.A. Shifts in the Plutchik Emotion Profile Indices following three weekly treatments with pulsed vs continuous cerebral magnetic fields. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 76, 168-170.

Persinger, M.A. Paranormal and religious beliefs may be mediated differentially by subcortical and cortical phenomenological processes of the temporal (limbic) lobes. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 76, 247-251.

Persinger, M.A. Average diurnal changes in melatonin levels are associated with hourly incidence of bereavement apparitions: Support for the hypothesis of temporal (limbic) lobe microseizuring. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 76, 444-446.

Persinger, M.A. & Makarec, K. Complex Partial Epileptic-like Signs as a Continuum from Normals to Epileptics: Normative Data and Clinical Populations. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1993, 49, 33-45.

Persinger, M.A. Personality changes following brain injury as a grief response to the loss of sense of self: Phenomenological themes as indices of local lability and neurocognitive structuring as psychotherapy. Psychological Reports, 1993, 72, 1059-1068.

Persinger, M.A. Vectorial cerebral hemisphericity as differential sources for the sensed presence, mystical experiences and religious conversions. Psychological Reports, 1993, 76, 915-930.

Persinger, M.A., Bureau, Y.R.J., Kostakos, M., Peredery, O., & Falter, H. Behaviors of rats with insidious brain damage induced by seizures following single peripheral injections of lithium and pilocarpine. Physiology and Behavior, 1993, 53, 849-866.

Persinger, M.A., Balance, S., & Moland, M. Snow fall and heart attacks. Journal of Psychology, 1993, 127, 243-252.

Richards, P., Persinger, M.A., & Koren, S.A. Modification of activation and evaluation properties of narratives by weak complex magnetic field patterns that simulate limbic burst firing. International Journal of Neuroscience, 1993, 71, 71-85.

Skirda, R.J., & Persinger, M.A. Positive associations between dichotic listening errors, complex partial epileptic-like signs and paranormal beliefs. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 1993, 181, 663-667.

Kostakos, M., Persinger, M.A., & Peredery, O. Deficits in working but not reference memory in adult rats in which limbic seizures had been induced before weaning: Implications for early brain injuries. Neuroscience Letters, 1993, 158, 209-212.

Makarec, K., & Persinger, M.A. Bilingual men but not women display verbal memory but not figural memory weaknesses compared to monolinguals. Personality and Individual Differences, 1993, 15, 531-536.

Persinger, M.A., & Derr, J.S. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXXIV. Man-made fluid injections into the crust and reports of luminous phenomena (UFO reports)--Is the strain field an aseismically propagating hydrological pulse? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 77, 1059-1065.

Derr, J.S., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXXVI. Seasonal hydrological load and regional luminous phenomena (UFO reports) within river systems, The Mississippi River test. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 77, 1163-1170.

Dittburner, T.-L., & Persinger, M.A. Intensity of amnesia during hypnosis is positively correlated with estimated prevalence of sexual abuse and alien abductions: implications for the false memory syndrome. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 77, 895-898.

Persinger, M.A., & Makarec, K. Reinforcement generalization as interaction between processes rather than events: absence of schedule-induced hyperdispsia in rats with histories of minimal food-water contiguity. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 77, 751-774.

Bisson, C., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: XXX. Possible increased incidence of brain tumors in a population following a significant episode of tectonic strain-related luminous phenomena. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1993, 77, 1088-1090.

Persinger, M.A. Seizure suggestibility may not be an exclusive differential indicator between psychogenic and partial complex seizures: the presence of a third factor. Seizure, 1994, 3, 215-219.

Fleming, J.L., Persinger, M.A., & Koren, S.A. Magnetic pulses elevate nociceptive thresholds: Comparisons with opiate receptor compounds in normal and seizure-induced brain-damaged rats. Electric and Magnetobiology, 1994, 13(1), 67-75.

Persinger, M.A. Maintained hypersexuality between male rats following chronically induced limbic seizures: implications for bisexuality in complex partial epileptic seizures. Psychological Reports, 1994, 74, 647-652.

Persinger, M.A. Elicitation of "childhood memories" in hypnosis-like settings is associated with complex partial epileptic-like signs for women but not for men: implications for the false memory syndrome. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1994, 78, 643-651.

Persinger, M.A., Bureau, Y.R.J., Peredery, O.P., & Richards, P.M. The sensed presence as right hemispheric intrusions into the left hemispheric awareness of self: an illustrative case. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1994, 78, 999-1009.

Persinger, M.A., Bureau, Y.R., & Peredery, O. Dissociation between conditioned taste aversion and radial maze learning following seizure-induced multifocal brain damage: quantitative tests of serial vs. parallel circuit models of memory. Physiology and Behavior, 1994, 56(2), 225-235.

Bureau, Y.R.J., Peredery, O., & Persinger, M.A. Concordance of quantitative damage within the diencephalon and telencephalon following systemic pilocarpine (380 mg/kg) or lithium (3 mEq/kg)/pilocarpine (30 mg/kg) induced seizures. Brain Research, 1994, 648, 265-269.

Harrigan, T., Bureau, Y.R.J., Persinger, M.A., & Parker, G.H. Prevention of sudden cardiac death by the atypical neuroleptic acepromazine following status epilepticus in rats. Life Sciences, 1994, 54(24), 457-462.

Chellew, G., & Persinger, M.A. Women but not men exhibit a positive correlation between complex partial epileptic-like signs and tactile-visual cross-modal matching: implications for hemispheric intercalation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1994, 78, 1312-1314.

Persinger, M.A., & Richards, P.M. Alterations in pleasantness but not activation when long-term memories are reconstructed during contextual versus noncontextual settings. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1994, 79, 95-98.

Persinger, M.A. Sense of a presence and suicidal ideation following brain injury: implications of right hemispheric intrusions from neuropsychological profiles. Psychological Reports, 1994, 75, 1059-1070.

Persinger, M.A., & Richards, P.M. Quantitative electroencephalographic (QEEG) validation of left and right temporal lobe indicators in normal people. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1994, 79, 1571-1578.

Churchill, D.R., Persinger, M.A., & Thomas, A.W. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXXVII. Increased geomagnetic activity and decreased pleasantness of spontaneous narratives for percipients but not agents. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1994, 79, 387-392.

Persinger, M.A., Richards, P.M., & Koren, S.A. Differential ratings of pleasantness following right and left hemispheric application of low energy magnetic fields that stimulate long-term potentiation. International Journal of Neuroscience, 1994, 79, 191-197.

Tiller, S.G., & Persinger, M.A. Enhanced hypnotizability by cerebrally applied magnetic fields depends upon the order of hemispheric presentation: an anistropic effect. International Journal of Neuroscience, 1994, 79, 157-163.

Roberts, M.A., Persinger, M.A., Grote, C., Evertowski, L.M., Springer, J.A., Tuten, T., Moulden, D., Franzen, K.M., Roberts, R.J., & Baglio, C.S. The Dichotic Word Listening Test: Preliminary observations in American and Canadian samples. Applied Neuropsychology, 1994, 1, 45-56.

Persinger, M.A., & Richards, P.M. Women reconstruct more details than men for a complex five-minute narrative: implications for right hemispheric factors in the serial memory effect. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 80, 403-410.

Persinger, M.A. Complex partial epileptic-like signs contribute differential sources of variance to low self-esteem and imaginings. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 80, 427-431.

Baker, P., & Persinger, M.A. Early genital stimulation of rats lowers limbic seizure latencies for females but increases latencies for males. Psychological Reports, 1995, 76, 547-552.

Bureau, Y.R.J., & Persinger, M.A. Decreased incidence of limbic motor seizures following twenty pairings of subclinical lithium-pilocarpine injections and a putative opiate-releasing magnetic field. Electro- and Magnetobiology, 1995, 14, 1-6.

Makarec, K., & Persinger, M.A. Complex partial epileptic-like signs and differential visual search times for normal men and normal women: implications for functional lateralization. Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, 1995, 18, 643-651.

Bédard, A.W., & Persinger, M.A. Prednisolone blocks extreme intermale social aggression in amygdaloid-damaged rats: implications for the central nucleus, corticotrophin releasing factor and electrical seizures. Psychological Reports, 1995, 80, 791-799.

Persinger, M.A. Out-of-body-like experiences are more probable in people with elevated complex partial epileptic-like signs during periods of enhanced geomagnetic activity: a nonlinear effect. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 80, 563-569.

Persinger, M.A. The possibility of directly accessing every human brain by electromagnetic induction of fundamental algorithms. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 80, 791-799.

Carrey, N.J., Butter, H.J., Persinger, M.A., & Bialik, R.J. Physiological and cognitive correlates of child abuse. Journal of American Academy of Adolescent Child Psychiatry, 1995, 34, 1067-1075.

Bureau, Y.R., & Persinger, M.A. Decreased latencies for lithium/pilocarpine-induced limbic seizures in rats when daily average geomagnetic activity exceeds 20 nT. Neuroscience Letters, 1995, 192, 142-144.

Persinger, M.A., & Richards, P.M. Vestibular experiences during brief periods of partial sensory deprivation are enhanced when daily geomagnetic activity exceeds 15-20 nT. Neuroscience Letters, 1995, 194, 69-72.

Persinger, M.A. Neuropsychologica Principia Brevita: an application to traumatic (acquired) brain injury. Psychological Reports, 1995, 77, 707-724.

Persinger, M.A. Sudden unexpected death in epileptics following sudden, intense increases in geomagnetic activity: Prevalence of effect and potential mechanisms. International Journal of Biometeorology, 1995, 38, 180-187.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: Overt limbic seizures are associated with concurrent and pre-midscotophase geomagnetic activity: synchronization by prenocturnal feeding. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 81, 83-93.

Desjardins, D., & Persinger, M.A. Strong quantitative associations between biting behavior and cellular density within the central amygdaloid nucleus in male rats with lithium/pilocarpine-induced seizures. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 81, 635-641.

Persinger, M.A., & Richards, P.M. Foot agility and toe gnosis/graphaesthesia as potential indicators of integrity of the medial cerebral surface: normative data and comparison with clinical populations. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 80, 1011-1024.

Dubois, S. L., & Persinger, M. A. Personality profiles of women who report and who do not report physical and sexual harassment: comparisons with traumatic brain injury. Social Behavior and Personality, 1996, 24, 87-94.

Freeman, J., & Persinger, M. A. Intermittent instructions (disruption) during exposure to transcerebral magnetic fields that elevate nociceptive thresholds elicits irritability: implications for opiate effects. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1996, 82, 639-642.

Michon, A., Persinger, M.A., & Koren, S.A. Attempts to simulate the association between geomagnetic activity and spontaneous seizures in rats by experimentally generated by magnetic fields. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1996, 82, 619-626.

Moulden, J.A., & Persinger, M.A. Visuospatial/vocabulary differences in boys and girls and a potential age-dependent drift in vocabulary norms. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1996, 82, 472-474.

Persinger, M.A., Hart, B., & Thomas, A.W. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXXX. Periodicities and energetic characteristics of a strobe-light luminosity during a geomagnetic storm. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1996, 82, 683-688.

Richards, P., Persinger, M.A., & Koren, S.A. Modification of semantic memory in normal subjects by application across the temporal lobes of a weak (1 microT) magnetic field structure that promotes long-term potentiation in hippocampal slices. Electro- and Magnetobiology, 1996, 15(2), 141-148.

Baker, L., & Persinger, M.A. Weak, but complex pulsed magnetic fields may reduce depression following traumatic brain injury. Psychological Reports (1996, in press).

Bureau, Y. R. J., Persinger, M. A., & Parker, G. Enhanced geomagnetic activity interferes with hypothermia and increases mortality in rats. International Journal of Biometeorology (1996, in press).

O'Connor, R.P., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior??: A strong association between sudden infant death (SIDs) and increments of geomagnetic activity. Possible support for the melatonin hypothesis. Perceptual and Motor Skills (1996, in press).

Persinger, M.A. Clinical neurological indicators are only moderately correlated with quantitative neuropsychological test scores in patients who display mild-moderate brain impairment following closed head injury. Psychological Reports, 1996, in press.

Persinger, M. A. Subjective pseudocyesis in normal women who exhibit enhanced imaginings and elevated indicators of electrical lability within the temporal lobes: implications of the "Missing Embryo Syndrome". Social Behavior and Personality, 1996, 24, 101-112.

Salmoni, A., Richards, P.M., & Persinger, M.A. Absence of frontal lobe dysfunction indicators in healthy elderly subjects: Comparisons with verified frontal lobe damage. Developmental Neuropsychology, 1996, 12, 199-204.

Persinger, M.A. Enhancement of limbic seizures by nocturnal application of experimental magnetic fields that simulate the magnitude and morphology of increases in geomagnetic activity. International Journal of Neuroscience (1996, in press).

Cook, L. L. & Persinger, M. A. Demands during maze learning in limbic epileptic rats: selective damage in the thalamus? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1996, in press.

Persinger, M. A. Hypnosis and the brain: the relationship between subclinical complex partial epileptic-like symptoms, imagination, suggestibility, and changes in self-identity. In R. G. Kunzendorf, N. P. Spanos & B. Wallace (eds). Hypnosis and Imagination. Amityville: Baywood Publishing, 1996, pp. 283-305.