Wednesday, January 16, 2013

January 16, 2013

International Political Science Review, Vol. 34, #1, 2013
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 25, #1, 2013
Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 50, #4, 2012
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 40, #4, 2012
Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 120, #5, 2012
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 22, #4, 2012
Politics, Vol. 33, #1, 2013
Psychological Research, Vol. 77, #1, 2013
Public Reason, Vol. 4, #1-2, 2012
Review of Law & Economics, Issue 3, 2012
Review of Policy Research, Vol. 30, #1, 2013
Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 29, 2012

International Political Science Review,  Vol. 34, #1, 2013
Willem de Koster, Peter Achterberg, and Jeroen van der Waal.  The new right and the welfare state: The electoral relevance of welfare chauvinism and welfare populism in the Netherlands.
Shona Hawkes and Jagjit Kaur Plahe.  Worlds apart: The WTO’s agreement on agriculture and the right to food in developing countries.
Emmett Macfarlane.  Dialogue or compliance? Measuring legislatures’ policy responses to court rulings on rights.
Jeroen van der Heijden.  Different but equally plausible narratives of policy transformation: A plea for theoretical pluralism.
Daniel Stockemer, Bernadette LaMontagne, and Lyle Scruggs.  Bribes and ballots: The impact of corruption on voter turnout in democracies.
Jessica Fortin.  Measuring presidential powers: Some pitfalls of aggregate measurement.
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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 25, #1, 2013
Bram B. Zandbelt, Mirjam Bloemendaal, Janna Marie Hoogendam, Rene S. Kahn, and Matthijs Vink.  Transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional MRI reveal cortical and subcortical interactions during stop-signal response inhibition.
Jihoon Oh, Jae Hyung Kwon, Po Song Yang, Jaeseung Jeong.  Auditory imagery modulates frequency-specific areas in the human auditory complex.
Viola S. Stormer, Shu-Chen Li, Hauke R. Heekeren, and Ulman Lindenberger.  Normal aging delays and compromises early multifocal visual attention during object tracking.
Andrew J. Butler and Karin Harman James.  Active learning of novel sound-producing objects: Motor reactivation and enhancement of visuo-motor connectivity.
Emilie T. Reas and James B. Brewer.  Retrieval search and strength evoke dissociable brain activity during episodic memory recall.
Eva H. Telzer, Kathryn L. Humphreys, Mor Shapiro, and Nim Tottenham.  Amygdala sensitivity to race is not present in childhood but emerges over adolescence.
Sonia Doallo, Eva Zita Patai, and Anna Christina Nobre.  Reward associations magnify memory-based biases on perception.
Leonie Koban, Corrado Corradi-Dell’Acqua, and Patrik Vuilleumier.  Integration of error agency and representation of others’ pain in the anterior insula.
John Lisman and Eliezer J. Sternberg.  Habit and nonhabit systems for unconscious and conscious behavior: Implications for multitasking.
Adriana Galvan and Kristine M. McGlennen.  Enhanced striatal sensitivity to aversive reinforcement in adolescents versus adults.
Avery A. Rizio and Nancy A. Dennis.  The neural correlates of cognitive control: Successful remembering and intentional forgetting.
Rachel M. Brown, Joyce L. Chen, Avrum Hollinger, Virginia B. Penhune, Caroline Palmer, and Robert J. Zatorre.  Repetition suppression in auditory-motor regions to pitch and temporal structure in music.
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Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 50, #4, 2012
Kevin Lang and Jee-Yeon K. Lehmann.  Racial discrimination in the labor market: Theory and practice.
Yacine Ait-Sahalia and Jean Jacod.  Analyzing the spectrum of asset returns: Jump and volatility components in high frequency data.
Esther Duflo.  Women empowerment and economic development.
Andrei Shleifer.  Psychologists at the gate: A review of Daniel Kahneman’s Thinknig, Fast and Slow.
Alan M. Taylor.  Global financial stability and the lessons of history: A review of Carmen M. Reinhart and Kenneth S. Rogoff’s This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly.
Book Reviews
Unable to access at the time of this writing. Be sure and check journal if you are interested in the reviews.
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Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 40, #4, 2012
Symposium 1 Articles
Susan M. Wolf.  Introduction: The challenge of nanomedicine human subjects research: Protecting participants, workers, bystanders, and the environment.
Leili Fatehi, Susan M. Wolf, Jeffrey McCullough, Ralph Hall, Frances Lawrenz, Jeffrey P. Kahn, Cortney Jones, Stephen A. Campbell, Rebecca S. Dresser, Arthur G. Erdman, Christy L. Haynes, Robert A. Hoerr, Linda F. Hogle, Moira A. Keane, George Khushf, Nancy M. P. King, Efrosini Kokkoli, Gary Marchant, Andrew D. Maynard, Martin Philbert, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Ronald A. Siegel and Samuel Wickline.  Recommendations for nanomedicine human subjects research oversight: An evolutionary approach for an emerging field.
Laura Fleege and Frances Lawrenz.  An empirical examination of the current state of publically available nanotechnology guidance materials.
Rebecca M. Hall, Tong Sun, and Mauro Ferrari.  A portrait of nanomedicine and its bioethical implications.
George Khushf and Ronald A. Siegel.  What is unique about nanomedicine?  The significance of the mesoscale.
Melissa A. Maurer-Jones and Christy L. Haynes.  Toward correlation in In Vivo and In Vitro nanotoxicology studies.
Rebecca Dresser.  Building an ethical foundation for first-in-human nanotrials.
Linda F. Hogle.  Concepts of risk in nanomedicine research.
Nancy M. P. King.  Nanomedicine first-in-human research: Challenges for informed consent.
Gary E. Marchant and Rachel A. Lindor.  Prudent precaution in clinical trials of nanomedicines.
Jonathan Kimmelman.  Beyond human subjects: Risk, ethics, and clinical development of nanomedicines.
David B. Resnik.  Responsible conduct in nanomedicine research: Environmental concerns beyond the common rule.
Gurumurthy Ramachandran, John Howard, Andrew Maynard, and Martin Philbert.  Handling worker and third-party exposures to nanotherapeutics during clinical trials.
Symposium 2 Articles
Nancy M.P. King and Ana S. Iltis.  Introduction: Research ethics: Reexamining key concerns.
James H. Jones and Nancy M.P. King.  Bad Blood thirty years later: A Q&A with James H. Jones.
Jonathan Kahn.  The troubling persistence of race in pharmacogenomics.
Lisa S. Parker and Valerie B. Satkoske.  Ethical dimensions of disparities in depression research and treatment in the pharmacogenomics era.
Malika Roman Isler and Giselle Corbie-Smith.  Practical steps to community engaged research: From inputs to outcomes.
Rebecca Dresser.  Alive and well: The research imperative.
Steven Joffe.  Revolution or reform in human subjects research oversight.
Alex John London.  A non-paternalistic model of research ethics and oversight: Assessing the benefits of prospective review.
Jeremy Sugarman.  Questions concerning the clinical translation of cell-based interventions under an innovation pathway.
Emily E. Anderson and James M. DuBois.  IRB decision-making with imperfect knowledge: A framework for evidence-based research ethics review.
Lois Shepherd and Margaret Foster Riley.  In plain sight: A solution to a fundamental challenge in human research.
Ryan Spellecy and Thomas May.  More than cheating: Deception, IRB shopping, and the normative legitimacy of IRBs.
David Perlman.  Rethinking local institutional review board (IRB) review at state health departments: Implications for a consolidated, independent public health IRB.
Gail E. Henderson, Eric T. Juengst, Nancy M.P. King, Kristine Kuczynski, and Marsha Michie.  What research ethics should learn from geonomics and society research: Lessons from the ELSI Congress of 2011.
Marsha Regenstein, Ellie Andres, Dylan Nelson, Stephanie David, Ruth Lopert, and Richard Katz.  Medication information for patietns with limited English proficiency: Lessons from the European Union.
James G. Hodge Jr.  Public health and the law.
Amy L. McGuire, Melody J. Wang, and Frank J. Probst.  Currents in contemporary bioethics.
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Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 120, #5, 2012
Yiting Li, Guillaume Rocheteau, and Pierre-Olivier Weill.  Liquidity and the threat of fraudulent assets.
Roger B. Myerson.  A model of moral-hazard credit cycles.
Daniel F. Garrett and Alessandro Pavan.  Managerial turnover in a changing world.
David M. Arseneau and Sanjay K. Chugh.  Tax smoothing in frictional labor markets.
John Morgan and Felix Vardy.  Mixed motives and the optimal size of voting bodies.
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Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 22, #4, 2012
Marian Verkerk and Hilde Lindemann.  Toward a naturalized clinical ethics.
Alex B. Neitzke.  On the genetic modification of psychology, personality, and behavior.
J.S. Blumenthal-Barby.  Between reason and coercion: Ethically permissible influence in health care and health policy contexts.
Patrick A. Tully.  Cryopreserved embryos and dignitas personae: another option?
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Politics, Vol. 33, #1, 2013
Fergal Davis.  The jury as a political institution in an age of counterterrorism.
Brian J. Fogarty.  National news attention to the 106th Senate.
Chris Mills.  Why nudges matter: A reply to Goodwin.
Jason Rich.  Adding some context: The systemic constraints on coercion.
Ben Saunders.  Scottish independence and the all-affected interests principle.
Dominic Welburn.  Rawls, the well-ordered society, and intergenerational justice.
Learning and Teaching in Politics and International Studies
Alasdair Blair, Steven Curtis, Mark Goodwin, and Sam Shields.  What feedback do students want?
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Psychological Research, Vol. 77, #1, 2013
Daniele Caligiore, Anna M. Borghi, Domenico Parisi, Rob Ellis, Angelo Cangelosi, and Gianluca Baldassarre.  How affordances associated with a distractor object affect compatibility effects: A study with the computational model TRoPICALS.
Manuel de Vega, Vicente Moreno, and Dolores Castillo.  The comprehension of action-related sentences may cause interference rather than facilitation on matching actions.
Rob Ellis, Dan Swabey, John Bridgeman, Benjamin May, and Mike Tucker.  Bodies and other visual objects: The dialectics of reaching toward objects.
Claudia Gianelli, Claudia Scorolli, and Anna M. Borghi.  Acting in perspective: The role of body and language as social tools.
Hiroyuki Iizuka, Davide Marocco, Hideyuki Ando, and Taro Maeda.  Experimental study on co-evolution of categorical perception and communication systems in humans.
Barbara F.M. Marino, Patricia M. Gough, and Vittorio Gallese.  How the motor system handles nouns: A behavioral study.
Kevin S. Weiner and Kalanit Grill-Spector.  Neural representations of faces and limbs neighbor in human high-level visual cortex: Evidence for a new organization principle.
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Public Reason, Vol. 4, #1-2, 2012
Special issue containing papers presented at the “Global Justice: Norms and Limits”  (Conference, Bucharest, May 2012).
Chong Un Choe.  Just international normative structure.
Mats Volberg.  Understanding the global ethic project.
Elizabeth Kahn.  Global justice: A structural approach.
Jonathan Kuyper.  The limits of design for cosmopolitan democracy.
Ivan Teimil Garcia.  Challenges for a new global order: A two-dimensional approach to global justice.
Gottfried Schweiger.  Globalizing recognition: Global justice and the dialectic of recognition.
David Alvarez.  Individual membership in a global order: Terms of respect and standards of justification.
Uwe Steinhoff.  Why ‘we’ are not harming the global poor: A critique of Pogge’s leap from state to individual responsibility.
Valentin Stoian.  Global or national justice?  An analysis of Pogge’s Buchanan’s reply to Rawls’ law of peoples.
Andrei Poama.  The globalization of what?  Some neo-Rawlsian remarks on the justificatory limits for global criminal justice.
Kostas Koukouzelis.  Sustainable development, liberty, and global social justice.
Cristian Timmermann and Henk van den Belt.  Global justice considerations for a proposed climate impact fund.
Monica Stefanescu and Constantin Vica.  Climate change, intellectual property, and global justice.
Mihail-Valentin Cernea and Radu Uszkai.  The clash between global justice and drug patents: A critical analysis.
Vihren Bouzov.  Global injustice as a threat to world security.
Cristian Iftode.  Philosophy, terror, and biopolitics.
Roxana Marin.  A Singerian reading of the global strategies to eradicate famine in Africa (2005-2010).
Yusuf Yuksekdag.  Moral cosmopolitanism and the right to immigration.
Book Reviews
Axel Gosseries and Yannick Vanderborght.  Arguing About Justice.  Review by Ileana Dascalu and Adrian-Paul Iliescu.
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Review of Law & Economics, Issue 3, 2012
Joao Ramos and Benno Torgler.  Are academics messy?  Testing the broken windows theory with a field experiment in the work environment.
Noam Shamir and Julia Shamir.  The role of prosecutor’s incentives in creating congestion in criminal courts.
Scott Wentland.  Political beliefs and tort awards: Evidence of rationally political jurors from two data sets.
Joshua Anyangah.  Mitigating judgment proofness: Information acquisition vs. extended liability.
Satish K. Jain.  Decoupled liability and efficiency: An impossibility theorem.
Timothy Fitzgerald.  Natural resource production under divided ownership: Evidence from coalbed methane.
Ali M. al-Nowaihi and Sanjit Dhami.  The hyperbolic punishment function.
Gerard Llobet and Javier Suarez.  Patent litigation and the role of enforcement insurance.
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Review of Policy Research, Vol. 30, #1, 2013
Jonathan Craft and Michael Howlett.  Policy capacity and the ability to adapt to climate change: Canadian and U.S. base studies.
Joshua Newman, Anthony Perl, Adam Wellstead, and Kathleen McNutt.  Policy capacity for climate change in Canada’s transportation sector.
Jonathan Craft, Michael Howlett, Mark Crawford, and Kathleen McNutt.  Assessing policy capacity for climate change adaptation: Governance arrangements, resource deployments, and analytical skills in Canadian infrastructure policy making.
Jeremy Rayner, Kathleen McNutt, and Adam Wellstead.  Dispersed capacity and weak coordination: The challenge of climate change adaptation in Canada’s forest policy sector.
Russell Alans and Kathleen McNutt.  Climate change adaptation and policy capacity in the Canadian finance sector: A meso analysis.
Dallas J. Elgin and Christopher M. Weible.  A stakeholder analysis of Colorado climate and energy issues using policy analytical capacity and the advocacy coalition framework.
Book Reviews
Tom Delreux.  The EU as International Environmental Negotiator.  Review by Rudiger Wurzel.
Daniel J. Sherman.  Not Here, Not There, Not Anywhere: Politics, Social Movements, and the Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste.  Review by Barry G. Rabe.
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Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 29, 2012
Austin Harrington and Thomas M. Kemple.  Introduction: Georg Simmel’s ‘Sociological Metaphysics’: Money, sociality, and precarious life.
Donald N. Levine.  Soziologie and Lebensanschauung: Two approaches to synthesizing ‘Kant’ and ‘Goethe’ in Simmel’s work.
Robert William Button.  Fate, experience and tragedy in Simmel’s dialogue with modernity.
Olli Pyyhtinen.  Life, death, and individuation: Simmel on the problem of life itself.
Efraim Podoksik.  In search of unity: Georg Simmel on Italian cities as works of art.
Monica Lee and Daniel Silver.  Simmel’s law of the individual and the ethics of the relational self.
Nigel Dodd.  Simmel’s perfect money: Fiction, socialism and utopia in The Philosophy of Money
Gregor Fitzi.  A ‘transnormative’ view of society building: Simmel’s sociological epistemology and philosophical anthropology of complex societies.
Isabelle Darmon and Carlos Frade.  Beneath and beyond the fragments: The charms of Simmel’s philosophical path for contemporary subjectivities.
Charles Barbour.  The maker of lies: Simmel, mendacity, and the economy of faith.
Georg Simmel.  The fragmentary character of life.
Hans Blumenberg.  Money or life?  Metaphors of Georg Simmel’s philosophy.
Georg Simmel.  Selections from Simmel’s writings for the journal Jugend.
David Kettler.  Introduction to ‘Soul and Culture’.
Karl Mannheim.  Soul and culture.
Otthein Rammstedt.  On the genesis of a collected edition of Simmel’s works, 1918-2012.
Thomas M. Kemple.  A chronology of Simmel’s works in English.
Global Public Life
Ryan Bishop.  The threat of space: A discussion between Bashir Makhoul and Gordon Hon.
John Beck.  In and out of the box: Bashir Makhoul’s forbidden city.
Huimin Jin.  Bashir Makhoul’s installation Enter Ghost, Exit Ghost: The revenge of images or imaging.
Ken Friedman.  Freedom?  Nothingness?  Time? Fluxus and the laboratory of ideas.
Nicholas Gane and Les Back.  C. Wright Mills 50 years on: The promise and craft of sociology revisited.
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