Volume 3, Number 1, Winter

Cognitive Therapies: A Comparison of Phenomenological and Mediational Models and their Origins
Howard Goldstein, Case Western Reserve University

After Oedipus: Lauis, Medea, and Other Parental Myths
Nancy Datan, West Virginia University

The Myth and Realities of Genital Herpes
Stanley M. Bierman, M.D., F.A.C.P., University of California at Los Angeles

Models in Natural and Social Sciences
Manfred J. Holler, Ph.D., Department of Economics, University of Munich

Reconstructing Accounts of Psychology’s Past
Bronwen Hyman, University of Toronto

Technical Note: Earthworm Behavior in a Modified Running Wheel
Robert W. Marian and Charles I. Abramson, Department of Psychology, Boston University

From Coprolalia to Glossolalia: Structural Similarities Between Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome and Speaking in Tongues
Sheila A. Womack, Ph.D., University City Science Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Piaget’s Theory: A Primer, by John L. Phillips, Jr. 
Reviewed by R.J. Russac, Department of Psychology, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida 32216

Bursting the Foundations: A Bibliographic Primer on the Criticism of Culture, by Tom Morris
Reviewed by David Downing, Ph.D., English Department, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois 61920

Volume 3, Number 2, Spring

Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects of Experienced Freedom
Malcolm R. Westcott, York University

The Story As The Engram: Is It Fundamental To Thinking? 
Renée Fuller, Ball-Stick-Bird Publications

What Does the Mind’s Eye Look At? 
John Heil, University of California

An Olfactory Shuttle Box and Runway for Insects
Charles I. Abramson, Josef Miler, and Dan W. Mann, Boston University

A Note on the Mythological Character of Categorization Research in Psychology
Robert Epstein, Harvard University

Book Reviews

The Exorcism of Anneliese Michel
Book Author: Felicitas D. Goodman
Reviewed by Sheila A. Womack, Ph.D., Institute of Mind and Behavior

Archetypes: The Persistence of Unifying Patterns
Book Author: Elemire Zolla
Reviewed by Victor H. Jones, Ph.D., Indiana State University

Self and Cinema
Book Authors: Beverle Houston and Marsha Kinder
Reviewed by Warren H. Loveless, Ph.D., Indiana State University

The Gravity Guiding System
Book Author: Robert M. Martin, M.D.
Reviewed by Eoin St. John, Physical Therapy Systems

Social Learning and Change
Book Author: Howard Goldstein
Reviewed by Leslie H. Krieger, University of North Florida

Human Navigation and the Sixth Sense
Book Author: R. Robin Baker
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Ph.D., Indiana State University

Stuff of Sleep and Dreams: Experiments in Literary Psychology
Book Author: Leon Edel
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Ph.D., Indiana State University

Volume 3, Number 3, Summer: Part 1 (Special Issue)

Arthur Efron, State University of New York at Buffalo

Introduction: Metaphor in Philosophy
Stephen Pepper

Pepper and Recent Metaphilosophy
Andrew J. Reck, Tulane University

What Pepperian Response to Rorty is Possible? 
Peter H. Hare, State University of New York at Buffalo

The Social Basis of Root Metaphor: An Application to Apocalypse Now and The Heart of Darkness
Bill J. Harrell, S.U.N.Y. College of Technology

Pepper’s Philosophical Approach to Metaphor: the Literal and the Metaphorical
Earl R. MacCormac, Davidson College

Basic Metaphors and the Emergence of Root Metaphors
Antonio S. Cua, The Catholic University of America

The Psychology of David Hartley and the Root Metaphor of Mechanism: A Study in the History of Psychology
Joan Walls, Appalachian State University

Paradigms, Puzzles and Root Metaphors: Georg Christoph Lichtenberg and the Exact Sciences
Gordon Patterson, Florida Institute of Technology

The Concept of Puzzle: Unrecognized Root Metaphor in Analytical Aesthetics
Arthur Efron, State University of New York at Buffalo

Radical Historicity’ and Common Sense: On the Poetics of Human Nature
David B. Downing, Eastern Illinois University

Volume 3, Number 4, Autumn: Part 2 (Special Issue)

Kenneth Burke’s Systemless System: Using Pepper to Pigeonhole an Elusive Thinker
Richard Y. Duerden, Brigham Young University

Notes on Experience and Teaching of Film
Barry K. Grant, Brock University

Root Metaphor and Interdisciplinary Curriculum: Designs for Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools
James Quina, Wayne State University

World Hypotheses and their Relevance to Curriculum
Brent Kilbourn, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

Teaching: A Study in Evidence
Arthur N. Geddis, East York Collegiate Institute

Toward Root Metaphor: Pepper’s Writings in the University of California Publications in Philosophy
Elmer H. Duncan, Baylor University

Comment on Duncan’s Paper: Further Reflections on the Intellectual Biography of Stephen Pepper
Joan Boyle, Dowling College

Construing the Knowledge Situation: Stephen Pepper and a Deweyan Approach to Literary Experience and Inquiry
Brian G. Caraher, Indiana University

Arabella, Jude, or the Pig? Selectivism and a New Definition of Aesthetic Quality
John Herold, Mohawk Valley Community College

Mimesis, Scandal, and the End of History in Mondrian’s Aesthetics
Terrell M. Butler, Brigham Young University

The New Faustian Music: Its Mechanistic, Organic, Contextual, and Formist Aspects
David B. Richardson, Edinboro State College