Volume 4, Number 1, Winter

Hypothetical Constructs, Circular Reasoning, and Criteria
Austen Clark, University of Tulsa

Concepts of Consciousness
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Towards a Reinterpretation of Consciousness: A Study in Humanistic Psychological Theory in the Perspective of Oriental Mystic Thought
Moazziz Ali Beg, Muslim University

The Relativity of Psychological Phenomena
Douglas A. Snyder, The Professional School

Operationism and Ideology: Reply to Kendler
Thomas H. Leahey, Virginia Commonwealth University

Operationism: A Recipe for Reducing Confusion and Ambiguity
Howard H. Kendler, University of California, Santa Barbara

Operationism and the Source of Meaning in Bridging the Theory/Method Bifurcation
Joseph F. Rychlak, Purdue University

Book Reviews

The Sex Contract: The Evolution of Human Behavior
Book Author: Helen E. Fisher
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Ph.D., Indiana State University

Holiday of Darkness. A Psychologist’s Personal Journey Out of His Depression
Book Author: Norman S. Endler
Reviewed by Mark S. Senak, J.D., The Institute of Mind and Behavior

The Sinister First Baseman and Other Observations
Book Author: Eric Walker
Reviewed by Eoin St. John, Physical Therapy Systems

John Donne Biathanatos: A Modern-Spelling Edition
Book Editors: Michael Rudick and M. Pabst Battin
Reviewed by Richard C. Frushell, Ph.D., Indiana State University

The Unique Animal
Book Author: Don D. Davis
Reviewed by Richard C. Frushell, Ph.D., Indiana State University

Volume 4, Number 2, Spring

Deconstructing Psychology’s Subject
Edward E. Sampson, The Wright Institute

Heuristic Model of Synthetic Behavior: Rationale, Validation, and Implications
Sandra L. Tunis and Ralph L. Rosnow, Temple University

The Poverty of Paradigmaticism: A Symptom of the Crisis in Sociological Explanation
Gerard A. Postiglione, University of Hong Kong, and Joseph A. Scimecca, George Mason University

Social Change Versus Perceived Villainy
Albert Lauterbach, Sarah Laurence College

Left and Right in Personality and Ideology: An Attempt at Clarification
William F. Stone, University of Maine at Orono

Benefic Autonomy: Thomas More as Exemplar
Steven E. Salmony, The John Unstead Hospital, and Richard Smoke, Peace and Common Security

Toward a Science of Experience
A. Kukla, University of Toronto

Retrospective Phenomenological Assessment: Mapping Consciousness in Reference to Specific Stimulus Conditions
Ronald J. Pekala, Coatesville V.A. Medical Center, and Cathrine F. Wenger, City College of Detroit

Toward Pepitone’s Vision of a Normative Social Psychology: What is a Social Norm? 
Leigh S. Shaffer, West Chester State College

Book Reviews

Paddy’s Lament: Ireland 1846-1847, Prelude to Hatred
Book Author: Thomas Gallagher
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Ph.D., Indiana State University

The Mind in Sleep: Psychology and Psychophysiology
Book Editors: A. Arkin, J. Antrobus, and S. Ellman
Reviewed by Terence M. Hines, Ph.D., Pace University

The Universe Within: A New Science Explores the Human Mind
Book Author: Morton Hunt
Reviewed by Eoin St. John, Physical Therapy Systems

The Mindful Brain: Cortical Organization and the Group Selective Theory
Book Authors: Gerald M. Edelman and Vernon B. Mountcastle
Reviewed by Anne L. Hess, Ph.D.

Book Author: Hugh Kenner
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Ph.D., Indiana State University

Volume 4, Number 3, Summer

Von Osten’s Horse, Hamlet’s Question, and the Mechanistic View of Causality: Implications for a Post-Crisis Social Psychology
Ralph L. Rosnow, Temple University

Functionalism and the Definition of Theoretical Terms
Austen Clark, University of Tulsa

The Theory of “Formative Causation” and its Implications for Archetypes, Parallel Inventions, and the “Hundreth Monkey Phenomenon”
Carolin S. Keutzer, University of Oregon

Synthesizing the Everyday World
Andrew R. Fuller, The College of Staten Island, C.U.N.Y.

On the Nature of Relationships Involving the Observer and the Observed Phenomenon in Psychology and Physics
Douglas M. Snyder, The Professional School

Homeopathy and Psychiatry
Daphna Slonim, UCLA – Sepulveda V.A. Medical Center and Kerrin White, McLean Hospital

Book Reviews

Names for Things: A Study of Human Learning
Book Author: John Macnamara
Reviewed by Michal R. Hughes, The Institute of Mind and Behavior

Journey Through the Dark Woods
Book Author: Wayne Burns
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly,Indiana State University

Literacy and Social Development in the West: A Reader
Book Editor: Harvey J. Graff
Reviewed by Tom Morris, Trent University

Mental Images and Their Transformations
Book Author: R.N. Shepard and L.A. Cooper
Reviewed by Terence Hines, Pace University

Dichotomies of Mind
Book Author: W. Lowen
Reviewed by Terence Hines, Pace University

Volume 4, Number 4, Autumn

The Opening of the Black Box: Is Psychology Prepared? 
Uriel G. Foa and David L. Margules, Temple University

The Experience of a Conscious Self
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Causal Attributions: Phenomenological and Dialectical Aspects
Robert E. Lana and Marianthi Georgoudi, Temple University

The Implications of Langer’s Philosophy of Mind for a Science of Psychology
Joseph R. Royce, University of Alberta

General Contextualism, Ecological Science and Cognitive Research
Robert R. Hoffman, Adelphi University and James M. Nead, University of Minnesota

Book Reviews

Theories of the Chakras: A Bridge to Higher Consciousness
Book Author: Hiroshi Motoyama
Reviewed by Barbara Ivanova, Moscow, USSR

Robert Lowell: A Biography
Book Author: Ian Hamilton
Reviewed by Gordon Patterson, Florida Institute of Technology

On Literacy
Book Author: Robert Pattison
Reviewed by William J. Hampton, Tempo Advertising and Public Relations.

Saints, Scholars, and Schizophrenics: Mental Illness in Rural Ireland
Book Author: Nancy Scheper-Hughes
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Indiana State University