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  1. Proceedings of the Twenty-first Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

    Edited by Martin Hahn, Scott C. Stoness

    This book presents the complete collection of peer-reviewed presentations at the 1999 Cognitive Science Society meeting, including papers, poster abstracts, and descriptions of conference symposia. For students and researchers in all areas of cognitive science....

    Published July 31st 1999 by Psychology Press

  2. The Moral Self

    By Pauline Chazan

    Series: Problems of Philosophy

    The Moral Self addresses the question of how morality enters into our lives. Pauline Chazan draws upon psychology, r ral philosophy and literary interpretation to rebut the view that morality's role is to limit desire and control self-love. Perserving the ancients' connection between what is good...

    Published April 8th 1998 by Routledge

  3. Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology

    Volume III

    Edited by Michael Wertheimer, Gregory A. Kimble

    This third volume in a series devoted to luminaries in the history of psychology--features chapter authors who are themselves highly visible and eminent scholars. They provide glimpses of the giants who shaped modern cognitive and behavioral science, and shed new light on their contributions and...

    Published December 31st 1997 by Psychology Press

  4. Ethical Issues in the Use of Animals in Research

    A Special Issue of ethics and Behavior

    Edited by Kenneth D. Pimple, F. Barbara Orlans, John P. Gluck, Jr.

    The articles collected in this special issue were originally presented at two workshops entitled "Ethical Issues of Animal Research" sponsored by Georgetown University's Kennedy Institute of Ethics and Indiana University's Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institution. Some of the...

    Published August 31st 1997 by Psychology Press

  5. Experienced Cognition

    By Richard A. Carlson

    This volume presents a theoretical framework for understanding consciousness and learning. Drawing on work in cognitive psychology and philosophy, this framework begins with the observation that to be conscious is literally to have a point of view. From this starting point, the book develops a...

    Published August 31st 1997 by Psychology Press

  6. Scientific Approaches to Consciousness

    Edited by Jonathan D. Cohen, Jonathan W. Schooler

    Series: Carnegie Mellon Symposia on Cognition Series

    There are many ways to approach the understanding of consciousness. Questions about these ways have occupied philosophers and metaphysicians for centuries. During the early growth of cognitive science the problem of consciousness remained taboo, but an increasing number of studies have either...

    Published October 31st 1996 by Psychology Press

  7. Fundamentals of Argumentation Theory

    A Handbook of Historical Backgrounds and Contemporary Developments

    By Frans H. van Eemeren, Rob Grootendorst, Ralph H. Johnson, Christian Plantin, Charles A. Willard

    Argumentation theory is a distinctly multidisciplinary field of inquiry. It draws its data, assumptions, and methods from disciplines as disparate as formal logic and discourse analysis, linguistics and forensic science, philosophy and psychology, political science and education, sociology and law,...

    Published February 29th 1996 by Routledge

  8. Values and Knowledge

    Edited by Edward S. Reed, Elliot Turiel, Terrance Brown

    Series: Jean Piaget Symposia Series

    It is widely recognized that a person's values will profoundly affect what that person attends to, thinks about, and remembers. Yet, despite this, psychologists have only begun to study and think about the deep connections between values and knowledge. This volume explores this important area in...

    Published February 29th 1996 by Psychology Press

  9. Metaphor and Philosophy

    A Special Issue of metaphor and Symbolic Activity

    Edited by Mark Johnson

    During the last 15 years, cognitive scientists have discovered things about the nature and importance of metaphor that are startling because of their radical implications for metaphor research and because they require us to rethink some of our most fundamental received notions of meaning, concepts,...

    Published November 30th 1995 by Psychology Press

  10. Argumentation Schemes for Presumptive Reasoning

    By Douglas Walton

    Recent concerns with the evaluation of argumentation in informal logic and speech communication center around nondemonstrative arguments that lead to tentative or defeasible conclusions based on a balance of considerations. Such arguments do not appear to have structures of the kind traditionally...

    Published October 31st 1995 by Routledge