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Volume 24, Number 1, Winter

The Case for Intrinsic Theory: VII. An Equivocal Remembrance Theory
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Broken Brains or Flawed Studies? A Critical Review of ADHD Neuroimaging Research
Jonathan Leo, Western University of Health Sciences and David Cohen, Florida International University

Instructionism is Impossible Due to the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Halvor Naess, Haukeland University Hospital

Genetic Explanation in Psychology
Marko Barendregt, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

Human Consciouness: A Systems Approach to the Mind/Brain Interaction
Martin L. Lonky, The Trylon Corporation


Book Review

Human Consciouness: A Systems Approach to the Mind/Brain Interaction
Book Editors: Edward L. Deci and Richard M. Ryan
Reviewed by Daryl S. Paulson, BioScience Laboratories

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Volume 24, Number 2, Spring

Altered States and the Study of Consciousness — The Case of Ayahuasca
Benny Shanon, The Hebrew University

Schema, Language, and Two Problems of Content
Deborah K. Heikes, University of Alabama, Huntsville

Intrinsic Theory and the Content of Inner Awareness
Uriah Kriegel, Brown University

Agent Causation, Functional Explanation, and Epiphenomenal Engines: Can Conscious Mental Events Be Causally Efficacious?
Stuart Silvers, Clemson University

What Is This Autonoetic Consciousness?
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

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Volume 24, Numbers 3 and 4, Summer and Autumn

The Bystander Effect and the Passive Confederate: On the Interaction Between Theory and Method
Joseph W. Critelli and Kathy W. Keith, University of North Texas

“Viewing the World in Perspective, Noticing the Perspectives of Things”: James J. Gibson’s Concept
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

The Case for Intrinsic Theory: VIII. The Experiential in Acquiring Knowledge Firsthand of One’s Experiences
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Integrating Indexicals in Simian Semiotics: Symbolic Development and Culture
Seth Surgan, Clark University and Eastern Connecticut State University and Simone de Lima, Clark University and Universidade de Brasilia

Book Reviews

I-69 Does Not Stop
Book Author: Sean Connelly
Reviewed by Constance Winchester The Institute of Mind and Behavior

Special Section

A Logico-mathematic, Structural Methodology: Part I, The Analysis and Validation of Sub-literal (SubLit) Language and Cognition
Robert E. Haskell, University of New England

A Logico-mathematic, Structural Methodology: Part II, Experimental Design and Epistemological Issues
Robert E. Haskell, University of New England


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