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Forthcoming Consciousness & Cognition Books

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Forthcoming Books

  1. The Mind and the Brain (Psychology Revivals)

    By Alfred Binet

    Series: Psychology Revivals

    Originally published in 1907, this book explores the distinction between mind and matter. Although Alfred Binet is best known for his contributions to the study of intelligence he had other extensive research interests and published widely in many areas of psychology. This reissue is an...

    To Be Published May 7th 2015 by Routledge

  2. The Sensory Basis and Structure of Knowledge

    By Henry J. Watt

    Series: Routledge Library Editions: Epistemology

    Originally published in 1925. If we are to know what intelligence is, how the brain can think, and what place mind holds in the scheme of things, we must first have a science of the sensory basis and structure of knowledge. This book supplies that need; it also serves as a short introduction to the...

    To Be Published May 11th 2015 by Routledge

  3. Skepticism and the Definition of Knowledge

    By Gilbert Harman

    Series: Routledge Library Editions: Epistemology

    Originally published in 1990. This study argues that scepticism is an intelligible view and that the issue scepticism raises is whether or not certain sceptical hypotheses are as plausible as the ordinary views we accept. It discusses psychological concepts, definitions of knowledge, belief and...

    To Be Published May 11th 2015 by Routledge

  4. The A B C of Nerves (Psychology Revivals)

    By D.F. Fraser-Harris

    Series: Psychology Revivals

    Originally published in 1928, the preface reads: "It is almost impossible to distinguish between what is ‘elementary’ and what is ‘advanced’ in regard to the nervous system. The constitution and functions of that system are so little matters of common knowledge that it would be safe to assume that...

    To Be Published June 10th 2015 by Psychology Press

  5. Handbook of Imagination and Mental Simulation

    Edited by Keith D. Markman, William M. P. Klein

    Over the past thirty years, and particularly within the last ten years, researchers in the areas of social psychology, cognitive psychology, clinical psychology, and neuroscience have been examining fascinating questions regarding the nature of imagination and mental simulation – the...

    To Be Published June 12th 2015 by Psychology Press

  6. Implicit Learning and Consciousness

    An Empirical, Philosophical and Computational Consensus in the Making

    Edited by Axel Cleeremans, Robert French

    Can you learn without knowing it? This controversial and much debated question forms the basis of this collection of essays as the authors discuss whether the measurable changes in behaviour that result from learning can ever remain entirely unconscious. Three issues central to the topic of...

    To Be Published June 12th 2015 by Psychology Press

  7. Daydreaming and Fantasy (Psychology Revivals)

    By Jerome L. Singer

    Series: Psychology Revivals

    To Be Published June 17th 2015 by Routledge

  8. Anxiety and Self-Focused Attention

    Edited by Ralf Schwarzer, Robert A. Wicklund

    Series: Routledge Library Editions: Anxiety

    First published in 1991, this book consists of 13 articles that were originally published in the journal Anxiety Research. They address the topic of anxiety and self-focused attention from a variety of perspectives, representing recent advances in social, clinical and personality psychology at the...

    To Be Published September 10th 2015 by Routledge

  9. Rethinking the Mind-Body Relationship in Early Modern Literature, Philosophy, and Medicine

    The Renaissance of the Body

    By Charis Charalampous

    Series: Routledge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture

    This book explores a neglected feature of intellectual history and literature in the early modern period: the ways in which the body was theorized and represented as an intelligent cognitive agent, with desires, appetites, and understandings independent of the mind. It considers the works of early...

    To Be Published September 15th 2015 by Routledge