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Volume 25, Number 1, Winter

An Indirect Defense of Direct Realism
Ryan Hickerson, University of California, San Diego

The Case for Intrinsic Theory: IX. Further Discussion of an Equivocal Remembrance Account
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Consciousness was a “Trouble-Maker”: On the General Maladaptiveness of Unsupported Mental Representation
Jesse M. Bering, University of Arkansas

Biological Motion: An Exercise in Bottom–Up vs. Top–Down Processing
Basileios Kroustallis, University of Crete

Book Review

An Atlas of Interpersonal Situations
Book Authors:
Harold H. Kelley, John G. Holmes, Norbert L. Kerr, Harry T. Reis, Caryl E. Rusbult, and Paul A.M. Van Lange
Reviewed by Daniel Friedrich, University of Hamburg

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Volume 25, Number 2, Spring

On the Reclamation of a Certain Swampman
Mazen Maurice Guirguis, Kwantlen University College

The Case for Intrinsic Theory: X. A Phenomenologist’s Account of Inner Awareness
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Why Psychology Hasn’t Kept Its Promises
Henry D. Schlinger, California State University, Northridge and University of California, Los Angeles

Unconscious Cognition and Behaviorism
Philip N. Chase, West Virginia University and Anne C. Watson, Illinois Wesleyan University

An Update on ADHD Neuroimaging Research
David Cohen, Florida International University and Jonathan Leo, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Bradenton

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Volume 25, Number 3, Summer

Two Paradigms for Clinical Science
William L. Hathaway, Regent University

The Case for Intrinsic Theory: XI. A Disagreement Regarding the Kind of Feature Inner Awareness Is
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Biological Markers: Search for Villains in Psychiatry
Lawrence Greenman, Hudson Valley Health Care System

The Mind’s Direction of Time
Eliaz Segal, Temple University

Extending the Medium Hypothesis: The Dennett–Mangan Controversy and Beyond
Karl F. MacDorman, Osaka University

Book Reviews

Mein Körper Sagt Mir, Er Will Nicht Mehr Tanzen
Book Author: Krankheit als Signal und Chance [My Body Tells Me It Doesn’t Want to Dance Anymore. Illness as Signal and Chance] Barbara Klose–Ullmann
Reviewed by Eva Brams, New York City

Collision of Wills
Book Author: Roger V. Gould
Reviewed by Scott R. Stalcup, Indiana State University

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Volume 25, Number 4, Autumn

The Emperor is Naked Again: Comments on Schlinger’s Assessment of Psychological Theory
Robert E. Lana, Temple University

How Psychology Can Keep Its Promises: A Response to Lana
Henry D. Schlinger, California State University, Northridge and Los Angeles and University of California, Los Angeles

A Logico-mathematic, Structural Methodology: Part III, Theoretical, Evidential, and Corroborative Bases of a New Cognitive Unconscious for Sub-literal (SubLit) Cognition and Language
Robert E. Haskell, University of New England

“To See Things Is To Perceive What They Afford”: James J. Gibson’s Concept of Affordance
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Naturalized Perception Without Information
John Dilworth, Western Michigan University

Book Review
Dimensions of Apeiron: A Topological Phenomenology of Space, Time and Individuation
Book Author: Steven M. Rosen
Reviewed by John R. Wikse, Shimer College


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