Volume 40, Number 1, Winter 2019
The Fallacy of the Impaired Brain in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD) Continues:
A Critical Review of Recent Neuroimaging Studies

J. Carmelo Visdómine–Lozano, Instituciones Penitenciarias, Ministerio del Interior, Spain

What is Scientific Definition?
Fiona J. Hibberd, University of Sydney

Transgenerational Trauma: The Role of Epigenetics
Stanley Krippner, Saybrook University, and Deirdre Barrett, Harvard University Medical School

A Note on Active Panpsychism
Eric Lindell, New York City

Critical Notices

Semiotics and Phenomenality
Richard Kenneth Atkins, Boston College

A Portrait of a Scientist as a Young Mind
Gigi Foster, University of New South Wales


Volume 40, Number 2, Spring 2019
A No-Go Theorem for the Mind–Body Problem: An Informal Proof that No Purely Physical System Can Exhibit All the Properties of Human Consciousness
Catherine M. Reason, London
Learning How to Represent: An Associationist Account
Nancy A. Salay, Queen’s University

Critical Notices

Beyond Neurocentric Psychiatry: An Analysis of Fuchs’ Enactive–Ecological
Concept of the Mind

Susana Ramírez–VizcayaNational Autonomous University of Mexico

Christopher Stephens, University of British Columbia

Book Review

The Psychology of Chess
Book Author: Fernand Gobet
Reviewed by Neil Charness, Florida State University


Volume 40, Numbers 3 and 4, Summer and Autumn 2019

CHANging Consciousness Epistemically (CHANCE): An Empirical Method to
Convert the Subjective
Content of Consciousness into Scientific Data
Daisuke H. Tanaka and Tsutomu Tanabe, Tokyo Medical and Dental University

Extended Passive/Active Duality
Eric Lindell, New York City

Animals Suffer Too — A Response to Akhtar’s  “Animal Pain and Welfare:
Can Pain Sometimes Be Worse for
Them than for Us?”
Sam S. Rakover, Haifa University

Thorndike’s Valuations Revisited
Tracy B. Henley, Texas A & M University – Commerce and Stephen T. Paul, Robert Morris University

Quantum Physics and the Future of Psychology
Daniel M. Campagne, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)

Critical Notice

How Chance, Environment, and Genes Determine Neurodevelopment
D.V. M. Bishop, University of Oxford