Neurologist. Psychiatrist. Author

Publications

Selected articles and chapters by Todd E. Feinberg

Selected Articles and Chapters

The Neuropathologies of the Self

Feinberg, T.E. Neuropathologies of the self: Clinical and anatomical features. Consciousness and Cogntition (2011)

Feinberg, TE, Venneri, A, Simone, AM, Fan, Y, Northoff, G. The neuroanatomy of asomatognosia and somatoparaphrenia. J Neurol Neurosurg, Psychiat, 81: 276-281; 2010.

Feinberg,TE Neuropathologies of the self: A general theory. Neuropsychoanalysis, 12:133-158; 2010

Feinberg TE,Venneri A, Simone AM et al.The neuroanatomy of asomatognosia and somatoparaphrenia.The Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. In press; online version available at http://jnnp.bmj.com/cgi/rapidpdf/jnnp.2009.188946v1

Feinberg TE Confabulation, the self, and ego functions: The Ego Dysequilibrium Theory. In W Hirstein, ed.Confabulation: views from neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology (in press).

Feinberg TE. Our brains, our selves. Daedalus, Fall 2006, 72-80.

Feinberg TE. Four fictional Odysseys Through Life With a Disordered Brain. Cerebrum: The Dana Forum on Brain Science, 51-64, 2005.

Feinberg TE, Roane DM. Delusional misidentification syndromes. In: S Riggio (ed.) Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Neuropsychiatry.28:2005.

Feinberg, TE, DeLuca J, Giacino, JT, Roane, DM, and Solms, M. Right Hemisphere Pathology and the Self: Delusional Misidentification and Reduplication. In: TE Feinberg and JP Keenan. The Lost Self: Pathologies of the Brain and Identity. Oxford University Press, New York, 2005.

Feinberg TE. Commentary on "The Pleasantness of False Beliefs". In: Neuro-Psychoanalysis, 6:22-26; 2004.

Feinberg TE, Keenan JP. Not What, but Where, is your "Self". Cerebrum: The Dana Forum on Brain Science,6:49-62, 2004.

Feinberg TE Giacino JT. Confabulation. In: Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. 2nd Edition. TE Feinberg and MJ Farah (eds.) McGraw-Hill: New York 2003.

Feinberg TE Roane DM. Misidentification Syndromes. In: Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. 2nd Edition. TE Feinberg and MJ Farah (eds.) McGraw-Hill: New York 2003.

Feinberg TE Roane DM. Anosognosia. In: Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. 2nd Edition. TE Feinberg and MJ Farah (eds.) McGraw-Hill: New York 2003.

Meador KJ, Loring DW, Feinberg TE, Lee GP, Nichols ME. Anosognosia and asomatognosia during intracarotid amobarbital inactivation. Neurology 55:816-820; 2000.

Feinberg TE, Roane DM, Ali J. Illusory limb movements in anosognosia for hemiplegia. J Neurol, Neurosurg, Psychiatry 68:511-513; 2000.

Feinberg TE, Eaton LA, Roane DM, Giacino JT. Multiple Fregoli delusions after traumatic brain injury. Cortex 35:373-387; 1999.

Feinberg TE, Roane DM. Anosognosia, completion and confabulation: The neutral - personal dichotomy. Neurocase 3:73-85; 1997.

Feinberg TE, Roane D, Schindler RJ, Kwan PC, Haber LD. Anosognosia and visuoverbal confabulation. Arch Neurol 51:468-473; 1994.

Feinberg TE, Schindler RJ, Flanagan NG, Haber LD: Two alien hand syndromes. Neurology 42:19-24; 1992.

Feinberg TE, Haber LD, Leeds NE: Verbal asomatognosia. Neurology 40:1391-1394; 1990.

Feinberg TE, Shapiro R: Misidentification-Reduplication and the right hemisphere. J Neuropsychiat, Neuropsychol and Behav Neurol 2:39-48; 1989.

Neural Models of the Self and Consciousness. Feinberg, T.E. The nested neural hierarchy and the self. Consciousness and Cognition (2011)

Neural Models of the Self and Consciousness

Feinberg, T.E. The nested neural hierarchy and the self. Consciousness and Cognition (2011)

Feinberg TE. Neural Hierarchies and the Self. In: TE Feinberg and JP Keenan The Lost Self: Pathologies of the Brain and Identity Oxford University Press, New York, 2005.

Feinberg TE, Keenan JP. Where in the brain is the self? Consciousness and Cognition 14: 661–678; 2005.

Feinberg TE. Mental Causation: Facing up to ontological subjectivity. Journal of Consciousness Studies 9:35-37; 2002.

Feinberg TE. Why the mind is not a radically emergent feature of the brain. J Consciousness Studies 8:123-145; 2001.

Feinberg TE. The nested hierarchy of consciousness: A neurobiological solution to the problem of mental unity. Neurocase 6:75-81; 2000.