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Volume 7, Number 1, Winter

Formalism and Psychological Explanation

Biological Theories, Drug Treatments, and Schizophrenia: A Critical Assessment

Understanding Surprise-Ending Stories: Long-Term Memory Schemas Versus Schema-Independent Content Elements

Mechanist and Organicist Parallels between Theories of Memory and Science

On the Radical Behaviorist Conception of Cosciousness

Book Reviews

Learning and BehaviorJames E. Mazur
Reviewed by Charles I. Abramson,
 Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York

The Minimal Self: Psychic Survival in Troubled Times
hristopher Lasch
Reviewed by Marc F. Bertonasco,
 California State University, Sacramento

Motivated Irrationality
David Pears
Reviewed by Eric G. Freedman,
 University of Maine at Orono

The Politics of Schizophrenia: Oppression in the United States
David Hill
Reviewed by David Cohen,
 University of California, Berkeley

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Volume 7, Numbers 2 and 3, Spring and Summer (Special Issue)

Cognitive Psychology and Dream Research

Cognitive Psychology and Dream Research: Historical, Conceptual, and Epistemological Considerations

An Empirical Foundation for a Self Psychology of Dreaming

Dreaming: Cortical Activation and Perceptual Thresholds

Some Relations Between the Cognitive Psychology of Dreams and Dream Phenomenology

REM Slep and Neural Nets

Lucid Dreaming: Physiological Correlates of Consciousness during REM Sleep

Effects of Environmental Context and Cortical Activation on Thought

Lucid Dreaming Frequency in Relation to Vestibular Sensitivity as Measured by Caloric Stimulation

The Dream-Scriptor and the Freudian Ego: “Pragmatic Competence” and Superordinate and Subordinate Cognitive Systems in Sleep

Structural Anthropology and the Psychology of Dreams

Logical Structure and the Cognitive Psychology of Dreaming

Subliminal Perception and Dreaming

Evaluating Dream Function: Emphasizing the Study of Patients With Organic Disease

Affect and Dream Work from an Information Processing Point of View

Dreaming and the Dream: Social and Personal Perspectives

Dreams and the Development of a Personal Mythology

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Volume 7, Number 4, Autumn

Consciousness and Memory

Is Mental Illness Ineradicably Normative? – A Reply To W. Miller Brown

The Differential Organization of the Structures of Consciousness during Hypnosis and a Baseline Condition

Body Image and Body Schema: A Conceptual Clarification

William James on Free Will and Determinism

Light as an Expression of Mental Activity

The Paradoxical Implications of the () Phenomenological Reduction in Sartre’s Psychoanalysis

Book Reviews

Behaviorism and Logical Positivism: A Reassessment of the Alliance
Laurence D. Smith
Reviewed by Kurt Danziger,
 York University

Is That It? 
Bob Geldof
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly,
 Indiana State University

Night Life: The Interpretation of Dreams
Liam Hudson
Reviewed by Matthew C. Brennan,
 Indiana State University


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