Part 1 Association lecture: hypermnesia, incubation, and mind popping - on remembering without really trying, George Mandler. Part 2 Visual processes: visual perception and visual awareness after brain damage - a tutorial overview, Martha J. Farah; the organization of sensory motor representations in the neocortex - a hypothesis based on temporal coding, Wolf Singer; the role of parallel pathways in visible persistence, C.A. Marzi et al; motor responses to nonreportable, masked stimuli - where is the limit of direct parameter specification?, Odmar Neumann and Werner Klotz. Part 3 Face recognition: conscious and nonconscious recognition of familiar faces, Andrew W. Young; repetition priming of face recognition, Vicki Bruce et al; structural and functional organization of knowledge about faces and proper names - a positron emission tomography study, Justine Sergent et al. Part 4 Spatial attention: space and selective attention, Giacomo Rizzolatti et al; multiple sources of spatial information for aimed limb movements, Richard A. Abrams et al; visual attention and the control of eye movements in early infancy, Mark H. Johnson; spatial synergies between auditory and visual attention, Jon Driver and Charles J. Spence; does oculomotor readiness mediate cognitive control of visual attention? revisited!, Raymond M. Klein and Amanda Pontefract; object-based attentional mechanisms - evidence from patients with unilateral neglect, Marlene Behrmann and Steven P. Tipper; awareness of contralesional information in unilateral neglect - effects of verbal cueing, tracing and vestibular stimulation, Giuseppe Vallar et al. Part 5 Control processes: multiple levels of control processes, Tim Shallice; shifting intentional set - exploring the dynamic control of tasks, Alan Allport et al; progress in the use of interactive models for understanding attention and performance, Jonathan D. Cohen and Therese A. Huston; interhemispheric control in the normal brain - evidence from redundant bilateral presentations, Eran Zaidel and Janice Rayman. Part 6 Semantic memory: of cabbages and things - semantic memory from a neuropsychological perspective - a tutorial review, Eleanor M. Saffran and Myrna F. Schwartz; category specificity and informational specificity in neuropsychological impairment of semantic memory, Giuseppe Sartori et al; semantic processing of ignored stimuli - the role of attention in memory, Shlomo Bentin; the effect of orthographic-semantic systematicity on the acquisition of new words, Jay G. Rueckl and Itiel E. Dror; semantic effects on syntactic ambiguity resolution - evidence for a constraint-based resolution process, Patrizia Tabossi et al. Part 7 Explicit and implicit memory: memory without conscious recollection - a tutorial review from a neuropsychological perspective, Morris Moscovitch et al; measuring recollection - strategic versus automatic influences of associative context, Larry L. Jacoby; explicit and implicit memory. (Part contents).