List of contributors. Foreword (R.L. Gregory). Preface. I. Visual Pathways. 1. Developmental plasticity of photoreceptors (B.E. Reese). 2. Morphology and physiology of primate M- and P- cells (L.C.L. Silveira, C.A. Saito et al.). 3. Identifying corollary discharges for movement in the primate brain (R.H. Wurtz, M.A. Sommer). 4. Visual awareness and the cerebellum: possible role of decorrelation control (P. Dean, J. Porrill, J.V. Stone). II. Cortical visual systems. 5. Some effects of cortical and callosal damage on conscious and unconscious processing of visual information and other sensory inputs (G. Berlucchi). 6. Consciousness absent and present: a neurophysiological exploration (E.T. Rolls). 7. Rapid serial visual presentation for the determination of neural selectivity in area STSa (P. Földiák, D. Xiao et al). 8. Cortical interactions in vision and awareness: hierarchies in reverse (C.-H. Juan, G. Campana, V. Walsh). 9. Two distinct modes of control for object-directed action (M.A. Goodale, D.A. Westwood, A.D. Milner). III. Perception and attention. 10. Color contrast: a contributory mechanism to color constancy(A. Hurlbert, K. Wolf). 11. The primacy of chromatic edge processing in normal and cerebrally achromatopsic subjects(R.W. Kentridge, G.G. Cole, C.A. Heywood). 12. Neuroimaging studies of attention and the processing of emotion-laden stimuli(L. Pessoa, L.G. Ungerleider). 13. Selective visual attention, visual search and visual awareness (C.M. Butter). 14. First-order and second-order motion: neurological evidence for neuroanatomically distinct systems (L.M. Vaina, S. Soloviev).15. Reaching between obstacles in spatial neglect and visual extinction (A.D. Milner, R.D. McIntosh). IV. Blindsight and visual awareness. 16. Roots of blindsight (L. Weiskrantz). 17. "Double-blindsight" revealed through the processing of color and luminance contrast defined motion signals (J.L. Barbur). 18. Stimulus cueing in blindsight (A. Cowey, P. Stoerig). 19. Visually-guided behavior after V1 lesions in young and adult monkeys and its relation to blindsight in humans (C.G. Gross, T. Moore, H.R. Rodman). 20. Is blindsight in normals akin to blindsight following brain damage? (C.A. Marzi, A. Minelli, S. Savazzi). 21. Auras and other hallucinations: windows on the visual brain (F. Wilkinson). 22. Theories of visual awareness(A. Zeman). Subject Index.