Volume 8, Number 1, Winter

Roger W. Sperry’s Interactionism
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Roger Sperry’s Science of Values
Willam A. Rottschaefer, Lewis and Clark College

Structure and Significance of the Consciousness Revolution
R.W. Sperry, California Institute of Technology

Consciousness as a Field: The Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi Program and Changes in Social Indicators
Michael C. Dillbeck, Maharishi International University, Kenneth L. Cavanaugh, University of Washington, Thomas Glenn, Maharishi International University, David W. Orme-Johnson, Maharishi International University and Vicki Mittlefehldt, University of Minnesota

Transcending Medicalism; An Evolutionary Alternative
Seth Farber, Family Therapy Institute of Washington, D.C.

The “Primal Scene” as a Culture-Specific Phenomenon: A Speculative Rereading of Freudian – or Freud’s – Psychology
Gaile McGregor, York University

Ibn Khaldun and Vico: The Universality of Social History
Robert E. Lana, Temple University

Book Reviews

Contextualism and Understanding in Behavioral Science
Book Editors: R.L. Rosnow and M. Georgoudi
Reviewed by Robert R. Hoffman, Adelphi University

Behaviorism and Logical Positivism. A Reassessment of the Alliance
Book Author: Laurence D. Smith
Reviewed by S.R. Coleman, Cleveland State University

Thought and Language
Book Author: Lev S. Vygotsky
Reviewed by Rene van der Veer, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Volume 8, Number 2, Spring: Teleology and Cognitive Science (Special Issue)

Questions Posed by Teleology for Cognitive Psychology: Introduction and Comments
C. William Tageson, University of Notre Dame

Can the Strength of Past Associations Account for the Direction of Thought?
Joseph F. Rychlak, Loyola University of Chicago

Can Cognitive Psychology Account for Metacognitive Functions of Mind?
Brent D. Slife, Baylor University

Can Cognitive Psychology Offer a Meaningful Account of Meaningful Human Action?
Richard N. Willams, Brigham Young University

Whence Cognitive Prototypes in Impression Formation? Some Empirical Evidence for Dialetical Reasoning as a Generative Process
James T. Lamiell and Patricia K. Durbeck, Georgetown University

Comment Upon the Teleological Papers
Leona E. Tyler, University of Oregon

Is Dialectical Cognition Good Enough To Explain Human Thought?
Paul G. Muscari, State University of New York at Glens Falls

On Having Purpose and Explaining It, Too
Thomas H. Leahey, Virginia Commonwealth University

Can We Construct Kantian Mental Machines?
Colin Martindale, University of Maine

On The Thoughtfulness of Cognitive Psychologists
William F. Chaplin, Auburn University

Minds, Machines, Models, and Metaphors: A Commentary
Malcom R. Westcott, York University

Social Interaction, Goals, and Cognition
Michael A. Westerman, New York University

The Human and the Cognitive Models: Criticism and Reply
Richard N. Williams, Brigham Young University

The Insufficiency of Mechanism and Importance of Teleology
Brent D. Slife, Baylor University

On Ersatz Teleologists and the Temptations of Rationalism: Some Reactions to Some of the Reactions
James T. Lamiell, Georgetown Univesity

Are We All Clear On What A Mediational Model Of Behavior Is?
Joseph F. Rychlak, Loyola University of Chicago

Book Reviews

Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving
Book Authors: William H. Masters, Virginia E. Johnson, and Robert C. Kolodny
Reviewed by William L. Benzon, Troy, New York

The Dream: 4,000 Years of Theory and Practice
Book Author: Nancy Parsifal-Charles
Reviewed by Matthew C. Brennan, Indiana State University

A Critical Dictionary of Jungian Analysis
Book Authors: Andrew Samuels, Bani Shorter and Fred Plaut
Reviewed by Victor H. Jones, Indiana State University

Memories of a Tourist
Book Author: Stendahl [Marie Henri Beyle]
Reviewed by Steven E. Connelly, Indiana State University

Volume 8, Number 3, Summer

Emerging Views of Health: A Challenge to Rationalist Doctrines of Medical Thought
William J. Lyddon, University of California, Santa Barbara

Information, Communication and Organisation: A Post-Structural Revision
Robert Cooper, University of Lancaster, England

How Thoughts Affect the Body: A Metatheoretical Framework
Irving Kirsch, University of Connecticut and Michael E. Hyland, Plymouth Polytechnic

Consciousness and Commissurotomy: I. Spheres and Streams of Consciousness
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Book Reviews

Dream Life, Wake Life: The Human Condition Through Dreams
Book Author: Gordon G. Globus
Reviewed by Robert E, Haskell, University of New England

Risk Acceptability According to the Social Sciences [Social Research Perspectives, Occasional Reports on Current Topics, No. 11.]
Book Author: Mary Douglas
Reviewed by Barry J. Martin, University of Toronto

Profiles of Social Research: The Scientific Study of Human Interactions
Book Author: Morton Hunt
Reviewed by Barry J. Martin, University of Toronto

Volume 8, Number 4, Autumn (Special Issue)

Inhibition in the Brain by Charles E. Ribak (Editor), University of California, Irvine

Part I: Molecular Biology and Localization of GABA and Glycine

Biochemistry of Glycinergic Neurons
Edward C. Daly, Roudebush VA Medical Center and Indiana University Medical Center.

Immunocytochemical Characterization of Glycine and Glycine Receptors
R.J. Wenthold, National Institutes of Health and R.A. Altschuler, University of Michigan

Distribution of Inhibitory Amino Acid Neurons in the Cerebellum With Some Observations on the Spinal Cord: An Immunocytochemical Study With Antisera Against Fixed GABA, Glycine, Taurine, and ß-Alanine
Ole P. Otterson and Jon Storm-Mathisen, University of Oslo

GABA-Peptide Neurons of the Primate Cerebral Cortex
Edward G. Jones, University of California, Irvine

Part II: Functional Role of GABA and Glycine

GABAergic Inhibition in the Neocortex
K. Krnjevic, McGill University

Physiology of GABA Inhibitions in ths Hippocampus
R.C. Malenka, R. Andrade and R.A. Nicoll, University of California, San Francisco

Inhibitory Processes in the Thalamus
M. Steriade and M. Deschenes, Universite Laval

Neurotransmitter Modulation of Thalamic Neuronal Firing Pattern
David A. McCormick and David A. Prince, Stanford University Schoolof Medicine

What Do GABA Neurons Really Do? They Make Possible Variability Generation in Relation to Demand
Eugene Roberts, Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope

Part III: Functional Aspects of Inhibition Related to Neurological Diseases

GABAergic Abnormalities Occur in Experimental Models of Focal and Genetic Epilepsy
Charles E. Ribak, University of California, Irvine

Inhibition, Local Excitatory Interactions and Synchronization of Epileptiform Activity in Hippocampal Slices
F. Edward Dudek, Tulane University School of Medicine and Edward P. Christian, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Inhibition in Huntington’s Disease
M. Flint Beal, David W. Ellison and Joseph B. Martin, Massachusetts General Hospital