The Journal of Mind and Behavior (JMB) is a refereed journal now in its 31st year. Long before the term “interdisciplinary” became fashionable, JMB offered an ecumenical approach of perspectives and research methodologies. Under the strict guidance of its founding editor, JMB has maintained high standards demanding both substantive and stylistic excellence. Since JMB is not published by any of the major commercial or university presses, its subscriptions tariff offers very good value for money. If your college or university doesn’t carry JMB, I’d urge you to put in a request that they do so - $176 per year could not be better spent especially since psychologists, neuroscientists, philosophers of mind, sociologists and any discipline that is now wed to cognition – cognitive sociology, neuroeconomics, cognitive anthropology, cognitive archaeology, cognitive linguistics, and the cognitive science of religion – would all find much of interest in JMB.