11, Number 1, Winter 1990
the Relation Between Psychology and Physics. Douglas M.
Snyder, Berkeley, California.
Mentalism, Privacy, and Behaviorism. Jay Moore, University
Reversal of Temporality of Human Cognition and Dialectical
Self. Suchoon S. Mo, University of Southern Colorado.
Expressiveness: Philosophical and Psychological Foundations. Alan S. Waterman, Trenton State College.
in Quantum Physics and The Mind-Body Problem. Amit Goswami,
University of Oregon.
the Theory and Application of Third Person Analysis in the
Practice of Psychotherapy. Lauren Lawrence, The New School
for Social Research.
in Behavior Therapy: Present and Promise. Daniel B. Fishman.
Reviewed By William O'Donohue, University of Maine.
Adventure of Self Discovery. Stanislav Grof. Reviewed
by Anton F. Koote, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville.
Jung and Christian Spirituality. Robert L. Moore (Editor).
Reviewed by Victor H. Jones, Indiana State University.
Man. Stuart Schneiderman. Reviewed by Michael Walsh, University
Last Intellectuals. Russell Jacoby. Reviewed by Robert
E. Haskell, University of New England.
11, Number 2, Spring 1990
the Social and Political Implications of Cognitive Psychology. Isaac Prilleltensky, University of Manitoba.
Consciousness. Benny Shanon, The Hebrew University.
Models of Consciousness: Part I. Jean E. Burns, Consciousness
Research, San Leandro, California.
Pluralistic Approach to the Nature of Feelings. Thomas
Natsoulas, University of California, Davis.
and the Relation Between. Neuropysiological Phenomena.
Moon Is Not There When I See It: A Response to Snyder. Mark Garrison, Kentucky State University.
Judgments of Change. Linda Silka. Reviewed by Reid Hastie,
University of Colarado.
Theories of Psychological Development. John M. Broughton.
Reviewed by Geoff Goodman, Northwestern University.
of the Night: A Feminist Study of Nineteenth-Century Gothic.
Eugenia C. Delamotte. Reviewed by Matthew C. Brennan, Indiana
Hugh Kenner. Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Indiana State
11, Numbers 3 and 4, Summer and Autumn 1990 ~ Special Issue,
Challenging the Therapeutic State
The Medical Model as the Ideology of the Therapeutic State. Ronald Leifer, Ithaca, New York.
the Obsolescence of the Schizophrenia Hypothesis. Theodore
R. Sarbin, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Mental Health and Social Control: The Ravages of Epistemological
Hubris. Seth Farber, Network Against Coercive Psychiatry.
Cycles of Despair. Andrew Scull, University of California,
Years Since Women and Madness: Toward a Feminist Institute
of Mental Health and Healing. Phyllis Chesler, College
of Staten Island, CUNY.
Ex-Patients' Movement: Where We've Been and Where We're Going. Judi Chamberlin, Ruby Rogers Advocacy and Drop-In Center.
and the Psycho-Social Diciplines: The Social Control of "Dangerous"
Behavior. Mark S. Kaplan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Professions and the Diffusion of Deficit. Kenneth J. Gergen,
Futility of Psychotherapy. George W. Albee, University
Name Game: Toward a Sociology of Diagnosis. Phil Brown,
Brown University and Harvard Medical School.
Boundaries and Combinations in Psychiatric Diagnoses. John Mirowsky, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Damage, Dementia and Persistent Cognitive Dysfunction Associated
With Neuroleptic Drugs: Evidence, Etiology, Implications. Peter R. Breggin, Center for the Study of Psychiatry and George
Political Economy of Tardive Dyskinesia: Asymmetries in Power
and Responsibility. David Cohen, Universite de Montreal
and Michael McCubbin, York University.
Death, Brain damage, Memory Loss, and Brainwashing. Leonard
Roy Frank, San Francisco, California.
in a Vacuum: Social-Psychological Theories of Addiction That
Deny the Social and Psychological Meanings of Behavior. Stanton Peele, Mathematica Policy Research.
Conceptual Bind in Defining the Volitional Component of Alcoholism:
Consequences for Public Policy and Scientific Research. Richard E. Vatz, Towson State University and Lee S. Weinberg,
University of Pittsburg.
Accusations of Sexual Abuse: Psychiatry's Latest Reign of
Error. Lee Coleman, Berkely, California.
and Psychiatry: The Problems That Will Not Go Away. Thomas
Szasz, State University of New York.