Volume 16, Number 1, Winter

Introduction to “Newton’s Legacy for Psychology”
Brent D. Slife, Brigham Young University

Waiting for Newton
Thomas H. Leahey, Virginia Commonwealth University

Ripples of Newtonian Mechanics: Science, Theology, and the Emergence of the Idea of Development
Brian Vandenberg, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Psychology and Newtonian Methodology
Piers Rawling, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Newtonian Time and Psychological Explanation
Brent D. Slife, Brigham Young University

Temporality and Psychological Action at a Distance
Richard N. Williams, Brigham Young University

Newton, Science, and Causation
James E. Faulconer, Brigham Young University

Can Post-Newtonian Psychologists Find Happiness in a Pre-Paradigm Science?
Paul A. Roth, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Book Reviews

Changing the World: A Framework for the Study of Creativity
Book Authors: David Henry Feldman, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and Howard Gardner
Reviewed by Paul G. Muscari, SUNY at Glens Falls

The Astonishing Hypothesis: The Scientific Search for the Soul
Book Author: Francis Crick
Reviewed by Larry Vandervert, American Nonlinear Systems

Madness, Heresy, and the Rumor of Angels: The Revolt Against the Mental Health System
Book Author: Seth Farber
Reviewed by Mychael Gleeson, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada

Volume 16, Number 2, Spring

Some Developmental Issues in Transpersonal Experience
Harry T. Hunt, Brock University

Monistic Idealism May Provide Better Ontology for Cognitive Science: A Reply to Dyer
Amit Goswami, University of Oregon, Eugene

On the Quantum Mechanical Wave Function as a Link Between Cognition and the Physical World: A Role for Psychology
Douglas M. Snyder, Los Angeles, California

Consciousness and Commissurotomy: VI. Evidence for Normal Dual Consciousness?
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Book Reviews

Evolving Ecological Universe
Book Author: Sally J. Goerner
Reviewed by Larry Vandervert, American Nonlinear Systems

The Morals and Politics of Psychology: Psychological Discourse and the Status Quo
Book Author: Isaac Prilleltensky
Reviewed by Ken Barney, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Volume 16, Number 3, Summer

Consciousness, Thought, and Neurological Integrity
Grant Gillett, University of Otago Medical School

Unsolvable Problems, Visual Imagery and Explanatory Satisfaction
Marc F. Krellenstein, New School for Social Research

Postmodernity and Consciousness Studies
Stanley Krippner, Saybrook Institute and Michael Winkler, University of Denver

A Radical Reversal in Cortical Information Flow as the Mechanism for Human Cognitive Abilities: The Frontal Feedback Model
Raymond A. Noack, San Diego, California

Consciousness and Gibson’s Concept of Awareness
Thomas Natsoulas, University of California, Davis

Book Reviews

The Postmodern Brain
Book Author: Gordon Globus
Reviewed by Robert E. Haskell, University of New England

Darwin’s Dangerous Idea
Book Author: Daniel C. Dennett
Reviewed by Larry R. Vandervert, American Nonlinear Systems

Volume 16, Number 4, Autumn

The Internet and Research: Explanation and Resources
David A. Allie, Phoenix Systems

Body Image and Body Schema in a Deafferented Subject
Shaun Gallagher, Canisius College and Jonathan Cole, University of Southampton and Poole Hospital, Dorset.

The Completeness of Systems and the Behavioral Repertoire
Robert E. Lana, Temple University

The Linguistic Network of Signifiers and Imaginal Polysemy: An Essay in the Co-dependent Origination of Symbolic Forms
Harry Hunt, Brock University

Psychiatric Drugging: 40 Years of Pseudo-Science, Self-Interest, and Indifference to Harm
David H. Jacobs, Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology – West

Book Reviews

The Correspondence of John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte
Book Translator: Oscar A. Haac, with an introduction by Angele Kreme-Marietti
Reviewed by Robert C. Scharff, University of New Hampshire

Dream Reader: Contemporary Approaches to the Understanding of Dreams
Book Author: Anthony Shafton
Reviewed by Robert E. Haskell, University of New England