Tuesday, February 26, 2013

February 26, 2013

Medical Law Review, Vol. 20, #4, 2012
Metascience, Vol. 22, #1, 2013
Political Studies, Vol. 61, #1, 2013
Psychological Research, Vol. 77, #2, 2013
Politics & Gender, Vol. 9, #1, 2013
Public Choice, Vol. 154, #3-4, 2013
Social Policy and Society, Vol. 12, #2, 2013
Studia Logica, Vol. 101, #1 2013
Studies in American Political Development, Vol. 26, #2, 2012
Syntax, Vol. 16, #1, 2013

Medical Law Review, Vol. 20, #4, 2012
Special Issue: Regulatory ‘Desirables’ for New Health Technologies
Anne-Maree Farrell, Sarah Devaney, Tamara K. Hervey, and Therese Murphy.  Regulatory ‘desirables’ for new health technologies.
Elen Stokes.  Demand for command: Responding to technological risks and scientific uncertainties.
Mark L. Flear and Martyn D. Pickersgill.  Regulatory or regulating publics?  The European Union’s regulation of emerging health technologies and citizen participation.
Barbara Prainsack and Alena Buyx.  A solidarity-based approach to the governance of research biobanks.
Tracy Evans Chan.  Legal and regulatory responses to innovative treatment.
John Harris.  In search of blue skies: Science, ethics, and advances in technology.
Dr. Sheelagh McGuinness.  Health, human rights, and the regulation of reproductive technologies in S.H. and others V Austria.
Book Reviews
Fiona Haines.  The Paradox of Regulation: What Regulation Can Achieve and What It Cannot.  Review by Judith Healy.
Sheila Jasanoff.  Reframing Rights: Bioconstitutionalism in the Genetic Age.  Review by Emilie Cloatre.
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Metascience, Vol. 22, #1, 2013
Book Symposium
Matthew Stuart, Keith Campbell, Michael Jacovides, and Peter Anstey.  Locke’s experimental philosophy.
E. Weber, T.A.C. Reydon, M. Boon, W. Houkes, and P.E. Vermaas.  The ICE-theory of technical functions.
Survey Reviews
Gurol Irzik and A. Faik Kurtulmus.  Votes and lab coats: democratizing scientific research and science policy.
Naomi Pasachoff.  Radioactivity redux.
Essay Reviews
Hans Halvorson.  Ruetsche on the pristine and adulterated in quantum field theory.
Detlef Durr.  The wrong, the good, and the better.
J. Michael Dunn.  A guide to the Florida keys.
Willard McCarty.  Getting into the driver’s seat.
C. Mantzavinos.  Faye’s naturalistic reconstruction of the humanities.
Athanassios Raftopoulos.  Getting the world right: Cognitive maps and pictures of universals.
Jean Christianidis.  The Archimedes palimpsest: The definitive edition.
Filipe Castro.  The earliest surviving treatise on shipbuilding.
Rose-Mary Sargent.  The Vickers key to Bacon’s (English) works.
Sacha Loeve.  From setting the distance to adjusting the focus.
Book Reviews
Tian Yu Cao.  From Current Global Algebra to Quantum Chromodynamics: A Case for Structural Realism.  Review by Dean Rickles.  History and hadrontology.
Toby Handfield.  A Philosophical Guide to Chance: Physical Probability. Review by Joshua Luczak.  On chance.
Gordon Fraser.  The Quantum Exodus: Jewish Fugitives, the Atomic Bomb, and the Holocaust. Review by Naomi Pasachoff.  A provocative thesis unproven.
Steve Fuller.  Humanity 2.0: What It Means to Be Human – Past, Present, and Future.  Review by Jamie Morgan.  A humanist narrative less than the sum of its parts.
Lisa M. Osbeck, Nancy J. Nersessian, Kareen R. Malone, and Wendy C. Newstetter.  Science as Psychology: Sense-Making and Identity in Science Practice.  Review by Paul Thagard.  The role of psychology in science studies.
Linda W. Brakel.  Unconscious Knowing and Other Essays in Psycho-Philosophical Analysis.  Review by Brian Garvey.  Psychoanalysis meets analytic philosophy.
Fernando Vidal.  The Science of the Soul: The Early Modern Origins of Psychology.  Review by C.F. Goodey.  Psychology: a physics of the soul?
Craig Martn.  Renaissance Meteorology: Pomponazzi to Descartes.  Review by Lucian Petrescu.  Renaissance meteorology and modern science.
Steven French and Juha Saatsi.  The Continuum Companion to the Philosophy of Science.  Review by Martin Curd.  The future of philosophy of science: Armchair philosophers need not apply.
Darrell P. Rowbottom.  Popper’s Critical Rationalism: A Philosophical Investigation.  Review by Sorin Bangu.  Popper: yet again.
Anastasios Brenner. Raison scientifique et valeurs humaines: Essai sur les criteres du choix objectif.  Review by Howard Sankey.  On the evolution of criteria of theory choice.
Alexis G. Burgess and John P. Burgess.  Truth.  Review by Andreas Karitzis.  Truth and paradoxes.
Dagmar Schafer.  The Crafting of the 10,000 Things: Knowledge and Technology in Seventeenth-Century China.  Review by Pamela O. Long.  The crafts and knowledge in late Ming China.
Audrey T. Carpenter.  John Theophilus Desaguliers: A Natural Philosopher, Engineer, and Freemason in Newtonian England.  Review by Jeffrey R. Wigelsworth.  The freemason who explained Newton.
Michael Hoskin.  Discoverers of the Universe: William and Caroline Herschel.  Review by Robert Alan Hatch.  Discoverers, inventors, outsiders.
William H. Brock.  The Case of the Poisonous Socks: Tales from Chemistry.  Review by Georgette Taylor.  Concerning the disciplinary identity of chemistry.
Sofie Lachapelle.  Investigating the supernatural: From Spiritism and Occultism to Psychical Research and Metaphysics in France, 1853-1931. Review by John Warne Monroe.  The problem of the paranormal.
Richard G. Compton, Alexander S. Kabakaev, Michael T. Stawpert, Gregory T. Wildgoose, and Elza A. Zakharova.  A.G. Stromberg – First Class Scientist, Second Class Citizen: Letters from the Gulag and a History of Electroanalysis in the USSR.  Review by Dan Healey.  Science and ethnic discrimination in the Soviet Union.
Peter-Paul Verbeek.  Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things.  Review by Simone van der Burg.  Material morality: Towards a posthumanist ethics of technology.
Anne Balsamo.  Designing Culture: The Technological Imagination at Work.  Review by Lisa Swanstrom.  Deterring technological determinism through a culture of design.
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Mikel Burley, Contemplating Religious Forms of Life: Wittgenstein and D. Z. Phillips. Reviewed by Brian R. Clack.
Timothy M. Costelloe (ed.), The Sublime: From Antiquity to the Present. Reviewed by Jeanette Bicknell.
Anton Ford, Jennifer Hornsby, and Frederick Stoutland (eds.), Essays on Anscombe's Intention. Reviewed by Philip Clark.  
Keith Frankish and William Ramsey (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Science. Reviewed by Eric Mandelbaum.
Thomas E. Hill, Jr., Virtue, Rules, and Justice: Kantian Aspirations. Reviewed by Samuel J. Kerstein.
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Political Studies, Vol. 61, #1, 2013
Vivien A. Schmidt.  Democracy and legitimacy in the European Union revisited: Input, output, and ‘throughput.’
Varun Uberoi and Tariq Modood.  Inclusive Britishness: A multiculturalist advance.
Dietlind Stolle and Allison Harell.  Social capital and ethno-racial diversity: Learning to trust in an immigrant society.
Keith Dowding.  The role of political argument in justice as impartiality.
Lucy Barnes.  Does median voter income matter?  The effects of inequality and turnout on government spending.
Ruben Ruiz-Rufino.  Satisfaction with democracy in multi-ethnic countries: The effect of representative political institutions on ethnic minorities.
Shane P. Singh and Kris P. Dunn.  Veto players, the policy-making environment, and the expression of authoritarian attitudes.
Christopher J. Finlay.  Fairness and liability in the just war: Combatants, non-combatants, and lawful irregulars.
Judi Atkins and Alan Finlayson.  ‘…A 40-year old black man made the point to me’: Everyday knowledge and the performance of leadership in contemporary British politics.
Philip Cook and Conrad Heilmann.  Two types of self-censorship: Public and private.
Peter Wilkin.  George Orwell: The English dissident as Tory anarchist.
Richard Vernon.  Lockean toleration: Dialogical not theological?
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Psychological Research, Vol. 77, #2, 2013
Gillian Dale and Karen M. Arnell.  How reliable is the attentional blink?  Examining the relationships within and between attentional blink tasks over time.
Bettina Olk.  Measuring the allocation of attention in the Stroop task: Evidence from eye movement patterns.
Valerie Dormal and Mauro Presenti.  Processing numerosity, length, and duration in a three-dimensional Stroop-like task: Towards a gradient of processing automaticity?
Renate Reisenauer and Gesine Dreisbach.  The impact of task rules on distracter processing: Automatic categorization of irrelevant stimuli.
Steven B. Most.  Setting sights higher: Category-level attentional set modulates sustained inattentional blindness.
Sharon Zmigrod, Leo M.J. de Sonneville, Lorenza S. Colzato, Hanna Swaab, and Bernhard Hommel.  Cognitive control of feature bindings: Evidence from children with autistic spectrum disorder.
Julian Wiemer, Antje B.M. Gerdes, and Paul Pauli.  The effects of an unexpected spider stimulus on skin conductance responses and eye movements: An inattentional blindness study.
Sarah V. Stevenage, Greg J. Neil, Jess Barlow, Amy Dyson, Catherine Eaton-Brown, and Beth Parsons.  The effect of distraction on face and voice recognition.
Bradley R. Sturz, Katherine A. Gaskin, and Kent D. Bodily.  Overtraining and the use of feature and geometric cues for reorientation.
Brian C. Fidali, Eve Poudrier, and Bruno H. Repp.  Detecting perturbations in polyrhythms: Effects of complexity and attentional strategies.
Beste Kalender, Sandra E. Trehub, E. Glenn Schellenberg.  Cross-cultural differences in meter perception.
Francesco Sella, Mario Bonato, Simone Cutini, and Carlo Umilta.  Living on the edge: Strategic and instructed slowing in the stop signal task.
James A. Grange, Ion Juvina, and George Houghton.  On costs and benefits of n-2 repetitions in task switching: Towards a behavioral marker of cognitive inhibition.
Dennis Runger, F. Gregory Ashby, Nathalie Picard, and Peter L. Strick.  Response-mode shifts during sequence learning of macaque monkeys.
Lorenza S. Colzato, Wery P.M. van den Wildenberg, Sharon Zmigrod, and Bernhard Hommel.  Action video gaming and cognitive control: Playing first person shooter games is associated with improvement in working memory but not action inhibition.
Roman Liepelt, Dorit Wenke, and Rico Fischer.  Effects of feature integration in a hands-crossed version of the social Simon paradigm.
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Politics & Gender, Vol. 9, #1, 2013
Jennifer Hayes Clark and Veronica Caro.  Multimember districts and the substantive representation of women: An analysis of legislative cosponsorship networks.
Suzanna M. Crage, Melanie M. Hughes, Pete Mohanty and Terri E. Givens.  Gendered jobs: Integrating immigrants versus controlling immigration in the European Union.
Ine Vanlangenakker, Bram Wauters, and Bart Maddens.  Pushed toward the exit?  How female MPs leave parliament.
Melody Ellis Valdini.  Electoral institutions and the manifestation of bias: The effect of the personal vote on the representation of women.
Elina Penttinen.  Posthumanism and feminist international relations.
Jesse Crane-Seeber and Betsy Crane.  What does evolution have to do with legal enclaves?
Gopika Solanki.  The retelling of tales: Disentangling the feminist evolutionary analytic approach, legal pluralism, and gender justice.
Rose McDermott.  A feminist scientific approach to the analysis of politics and gender.
Debra L. DeLaet.  The limitations of law as a tool for responding to violence against women.
Meghana Nayak.  The false choice between universalism and religion/culture.
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Public Choice, Vol. 154, #3-4, 2013
David Lowery.  Remembering Vincent Ostrom: Unhorsing a dominant paradigm.
Estela Saenz, Marcela Sabate, M. Dolores Gadea.  Trade openness and public expenditure: The Spanish case, 1960-2000.
Karolina Kaiser and Emmanuelle Taugourdeau.  The timing of elections in federations: A disciplining device against soft budget constraints?
Ross Hickey.  Bicameral bargaining and federation formation.
Andrew Abbott and Philip Jones.  Procyclical government spending: A public choice analysis.
Che-Yuan Liang.  Is there an incumbency advantage or cost of ruling in proportional election systems?
Eoin F. McGuirk.  The illusory leader: Natural resources, taxation and accountability.
Marek Hanusch.  Islam and democracy: A response.
Niklas Potrafke.  Democracy and countries with Muslim majorities: A reply and update.
Book Reviews
Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Robert D. Tollison.  Economic Origins of Roman Christianity. Review by Charles M. North.
Dennis M.P. McCarthy.  Economic History of Organized Crime: A National and Transnational Approach.   Review by Nicholas A. Snow.
Timur Kuran. The Long Divergence: How Islamic Law Held Back the Middle East.  Review by Mark Koyama.
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Social Policy and Society, Vol. 12, #2, 2013
Angela Spinney and Amy Nethery.  ‘Taking our houses’: Perceptions of the impact of asylum seekers, refugees and new migrants on housing assistance in Melbourne.
Alison Hosie and Michele Lamb.  Human rights and social policy: Challenges and opportunities for social research and its use as evidence in the protection and promotion of human rights in Scotland.
Nicky Hoghes and Sarah Cemlyn.  The accommodation experiences of older gypsies and travelers: Personalization of support and coalition policy.
Rogert Patulny and Melissa Wong.  Poor mothers and lonely single males: The ‘essentially’ excluded women and men of Australia.
Rachela Colosi.  Over ‘sexed’ regulation and the disregarded worker: An overview of the impact of sexual entertainment policy on lap-dancing club workers.
Jens O. Zinn.  Introduction: Risk, social inclusion, and the life course.
Dan Woodman and Johanna Wyn.  Youth policies and generations: Why youth policy needs to ‘rethink youth.’
Dina Bowman, Eve Bodsworth, and Jens O. Zinn.  Gender inequalities and risk during the ‘rush hour’ of life.
Simon Biggs and Helen Kimberley.  Adult ageing and social policy: New risks to identify.
Anne-Maree Sawyer and David Green.  Social inclusion and individualized service provision in high risk community care: Balancing regulation, judgment, and discretion.
Marine Boehm, Dina Bowman, and Jens O. Zinn.  Survey research and the production of evidence for social policy.
Jens O. Zinn.  Risk, social inclusion, and the life course – review of developments in policy and research.
Jens O. Zinn, Simon Biggs, Dina Bowman, Anne-Maree Sawyer, and Dan Woodman.  Some useful sources.
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Studia Logica, Vol. 101, #1 2013
Andrew Bacon.  Curry’s paradox and w-inconsistency.
Matteo Bianchi.  The variety generated by all the ordinal sums of perfect MV-chains.
Vedran Cacic and Domagoj Vrgoc.  A note on bisimulation and modal equivalence in provability logic and interpretability logic.
Jaime Gaspar.  Negative translations not intuitionistically equivalent to the usual ones.
Marel Jackson and Belinda Trotta.  Constraint satisfaction, irredundant axiomtisability and continuous colouring.
Edmond W.H. Lee.  Finite basis problem for semigroups of order five or less: Generalization and revisitation.
J. Rasga, A. Sernadas, and C. Sernadas.  Importing logics: Soundness and completeness preservation.
Ryo Takemura.  Proof theory for reasoning with Euler diagrams: A logic translation and normalization.
Satoko Titani, Heiji Kodera, and Hiroshi Aoyama.  Systems of quantum logic.
Book Review
Ewa Orlowska and Joanna Golinska-Pilarek.  Dual Tableaux: Foundations, Methodology, Case Studies.  Review by Walter Carnielli.
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Studies in American Political Development, Vol. 26, #2, 2012
Sarah Binder and Mark Spindel.  Monetary politics: Origins of the Federal Reserve.
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Syntax, Vol. 16, #1, 2013
Benjamin Bruening.  By phrases in passives and nominal.
Norvin Richards.  Lardil “case stacking” and the timing of case assignment.
Edwin Williams.  Generative semantics, generative morphosyntax.
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