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Journal of Mind and Behavior

I’ve recently become the Associate Reviews Editor of the Journal of Mind and Behavior (JMB). JMB is a well-regarded refereed journal, now in its 27th year, with an impressive subscription base. What I find congenial is that JMB appeals to a multidisciplinary audience, offering a healthy and ecumenical dialogue. Subject areas include: The psychology, philosophy,and sociology of experimentation and…

CFP: Religion and Biotechnology

I don’t normally make CFP announcements for projects I’m not involved in, but I’m making an exception for a mate of mine. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The continuous and constantly accelerated introduction of advanced new technologies allowing an unprecedented variety of novel applications is inundating our social and private life. One important species of these technological breakthroughs biotechnology, concerns a…

Perspectives on Social Cognition: Contents

Special Issue of Cognitive Systems Research – Perspectives on Social Cognition Some papers are now available as pre-press versions. 1. Introduction to Perspectives on Social Cognition – Leslie Marsh & Christian Onof 2. Functionalism and mental boundaries – Lawrence Shapiro 3. Consciousness and the social mind – Philip Robbins 4. Social relationships and groups: New…

Extended Mind II

 Update This issue is scheduled to appear in the Autumn of 2008. All accepted papers will  subject to the usual refereeing process. The contributors:  Leonard Angel (Douglas College) Lynne Baker (UMass Amherst)  Matthew Day (Florida State)  Joel Krueger (Copenhagen) Leslie Marsh (Sussex)  Teed Rockwell (Sonoma State) Mark Rowlands (Miami)