Nos 1 and 2. Winter and Spring 2009
Science and the Nature of Mind
Appearance of the Child Prodigy 10,000 Years Ago: An Evolutionary
and Developmental Explanation
The Access Paradox
in Analogical Reasoning and Transfer: Whither Invariance?
in Life: Biology, Phenomenology, and the Sciences of Mind
and its Place in Nature: Does Physicalism Entail Panpsychism?
Horses — Wild Horses in the Great Basin
Reviewed by Nat T. Messer IV, University of Missouri
Me: The Food and Philosophy of Kenny Shopsin
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Indiana State University
30 No. 3 Summer 2009
(Special Issue - The Modern
Legacy of William James’s A Pluralistic Universe)
Introduction: The Modern Legacy of William James’s A Pluralistic
Pluralistic Universe: An Overview and Implications for Psychology
Visions and Values:
Ethical Reflections in a Jamesian Key
Pluralism: An Antidote
for Fanaticism, the Delusion of Our Age
and Religion: An Invitation to Jamesian Pluralism
William James and
Methodological Pluralism: Bridging the Qualitative and Quantitative
Recent Calls for
Jamesian Pluralism in the Natural and Social Sciences: Will
Psychology Heed the Call?
30 No. 4 Autumn 2009
The Layering of the Psyche: Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Difference
On the Methodology of Physics: Cognizing Physical Phenomena and the Genesis and Termination of Time
Distributed Mental Models: Mental Models in Distributed Cognitive Systems
Consciousness and Self-Regulation
Guidance, Selection, and Representation: Response to Anderson and Rosenberg
Affordances and Intentionality: Reply to Roberts
Supersizing the Mind:
Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension.
Reviewed by Robert D. Rupert,
University of Colorado, Boulder
The Case Against Adolescence: Rediscovering the Adult in Every Teen..
Reviewed by Hans A. Skott–Myhre, Brock University
Cambridge Handbook of Computational Psychology.