Wednesday, March 20, 2013

March 20, 2013

American Political Science Review, Vol. 107, #1, 2013
Behavioral and Brain Science, Vol. 36, #2, 2013
British Journal of Poltical Science, Vol. 43, #2, 2013
Business Ethics: A European Review, Vol. 22, #2, 2013
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 22, #2, 2013
Development and Change, Vol. 44, #2, 2013
European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 21, #1, 2013
Hume Studies, Vol. 37, #2, 2011
International Journal for the Study of Skepticism, Vol. 3, #1, 2013
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 10, #1, 2013
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 49, #3, 2013
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #4, 2013

American Political Science Review, Vol. 107, #1, 2013
Thomas Hegghammer.  Should I stay or should I go?  Explaining variation in western Jihadists’ choice between domestic and foreign fighting.
Lisa Blaydes and Eric Chaney.  The feudal revolution and Europe’s rise: Political divergence of the Christian West and the Muslim world before 1500CE.
Thad Dunning and Janhavi Nilekani.  Ethnic quotas and political mobilization: Caste, parties, and distribution in Indian village councils.
James N. Druckman, Erik Peterson, and Rune Slothuus.  How elite partisan polarization affects public opinion formation.
Yotam Margalit.  Explaining social policy preferences: Evidence from the great recession.
Josiah Ober.  Democracy’s wisdom: An Aristotelian middle way for collective judgment.
Jeffrey Edward Green.  Rawls and the forgotten figure of the most advantaged: In defense of reasonable envy toward the superrich.
David Ciepley.  Beyond public and private: Toward a political theory of the corporation.
Jens Hainmueller and Dominik Hangartner.  Who gets a Swiss passport?  A natural experiment in immigrant discrimination.
Daryl G. Press, Scott D. Sagan, and Benjamin A. Valentino.  Atomic aversion: Experimental evidence on taboos, traditions, and the non-use of nuclear weapons.
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Behavioral and Brain Science, Vol. 36, #2, 2013
Target Article
Nicolas J. Bullot and Rolf Reber.  The artful mind meets art history: Toward a psycho-historical framework for the science of art appreciation.
Open Peer Commentary
Anjan Chatterjee.  Neuroaesthetics: Range and restrictions.
Stephen Davies.  Artists’ intentions and artwork meanings: Some complications.
Johan De Smedt and Helen De Cruz.  The artistic design stance and the interpretation of Paleolithic art.
W. Tecumseh Fitch and Gesche Westphal-Fitch.  Fechner revisited: Towards an inclusive approach to aesthetics.
Norman H. Freeman and Melissa L. Allen.  Educating the design stance: Issues of coherence and transgression.
Susan A. Gelman, Meredith A. Meyer, and Nicholaus S. Noles.  History and essence in human cognition.
Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr.  Artistic understanding as embodied simulation.
Jonathan Gilmore.  Normative and scientific approaches to the understanding and evaluation of art.
Daniel J. Graham.  Integrating holism and reductionism in the science of art perception.
William Hirstein.  Memories of art.
Patrick Colm Hogan.  Art appreciation and aesthetic feeling as objects of explanation.
Aaron Kozbelt and Justin Ostrofsky.  Extending the psycho-historical framework to understand artistic production.
Helmut Leder.  Acknowledging the diversity of aesthetic experiences: Effects of style, meaning, and context.
Jerrold Levinson.  Causal history, actual and apparent.
Lambros Malafouris.  Mindful art.
Chris McManus.  “The anti-developmental, the anti-narrative, the anti-historical”: Mondrian as a paradigmatic artist for empirical aesthetics.
George E. Newman.  The duality of art: Body and soul.
Glenn Parsons and Allen Carlson.  Distinguishing intention and function in art appreciation.
Mark Rollins.  Exposure, experience, and intention recognition: Take it from the bottom.
Stephanie Ross.  Context, causality, and appreciation.
Elisabeth Schellekens.  A bridge too far: From basic exposure to understanding in artistic experience.
Paul J. Silvia.  Aesthetic meanings and aesthetic emotions: How historical and intentional knowledge expand aesthetic experience.
Shigeko Takahashi and Yoshimichi Ejima.  Contextual information processing of brain in art appreciation.
William Forde Thompson and Mark Antliff.  Bridging two worlds that care about art: Psychological and historical approaches to art appreciation.
Katherine Tullmann.  Questioning the necessity of the aesthetic modes.
Oshin Vartanian and James C. Kaufman.  Psychological and neural responses to art embody viewer and artwork histories.
Robert A. Wilson.  Extended artistic appreciation.
Authors’ Response
Nicolas J. Bullot and Rolf Reber.  A psycho-historical research program for the integrative science of art.
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British Journal of Poltical Science, Vol. 43, #2, 2013
Sebastian Dellepiane-Avellaneda.  Gordon unbound: The heresthetic of central bank independence in Britain.
Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan and Eran Halperin.  Making a difference: Political efficacy and policy preference construction.
Robert Jan van der Veen and Wouter van der Brug.  Three worlds of social insurance: On the validity of Esping-Andersen’s welfare regime dimensions.
Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz.  Information and ethnic politics in Africa.
Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom and Gizem Arikan.  Religion and support for democracy: A cross-national test of mediating mechanisms.
James Melton, Zachary Elkins, Tom Ginsburg, and Kalev Leetaru.  On the interpretability of law: Lessons from the decoding of national constitutions.
Skyler J. Cranmer and Jeff Gill.  We have to be discrete about this: A non-parametric imputation technique for missing categorical data.
Tetsuya Matsubayashi.  Do politicians shape public opinion?
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Business Ethics: A European Review, Vol. 22, #2, 2013
Toke Bjerregaard and Jakob Lauring.  Managing contradictions of corporate social responsibility: The sustainability of diversity in a frontrunner firm.
Roni Factor, Amalya L. Oliver, and Kathleen Montgomery.  Beliefs about social responsibility at work: Comparisons between managers and non-managers over time and cross-nationally.
Qi Li, Wei Luo, Yaping Wang, and Liansheng Wu.  Firm performance, corporate ownership, and corporate social responsibility disclosure in China.
Dan Munter.  Codes of ethics in the light of fairness and harm.
Yvonne Stedham and Rafik I. Beekun.  Ethical judgment in business: Culture and differential perceptions of justice among Italians and Germans.
Anne Toppinen and Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki.  Global reporting initiative and social impact in managing corporate responsibility: A case study of three multinationals in the forest industry.
Yi-Ju Wang, Yuan-Hui Tsai, and Chieh-Peng Lin.  Modeling the relationship between perceived corporate citizenship and organizational commitment considering organizational trust as a moderator.
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Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 22, #2, 2013
Special Section: Open Forum

Lynn A. Jansen, Jessica S. Fogel, and Mark Brubaker.  Experimental philosophy, clinical intentions, and evaluative judgment.
Michele Loi.  Normal functioning and public reason.
Kristin Voigt.  Appeals to individual responsibility for health – reconsidering the luck egalitarian perspective.
Alister Browne.  Blood in a time of scarcity.
Leigh Turner.  Transnational medical travel – ethical dimensions of global healthcare.
Sara Fovargue.  The (ab)use of those with no other hope?  Ethical and legal safeguards for recipients of experimental procedures.
Walter Glannon.  The moral insignificance of death in organ donation.
Bioethics and Biotechnology
Zubin Master and David B. Resnik.  Incorporating exclusion clauses into informed consent for biobanking.
Renee C. Fox and Judith P. Swazey.  Observing Bioethics.  Review by Laura Stark and Rosemary Pierson.
Bioethics Education
Thomas Morgenstern and Gerd Richter.  Experimental learning in clinical ethics consultation.
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Development and Change, Vol. 44, #2, 2013
Wendy Wolford, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones, and Ben White.  Governing global land deals: The role of the state in the rush for land.
Jacobo Grajales.  State involvement, land grabbing, and counter-insurgency in Colombia.
Liza Grandia.  Road mapping: Megaprojects and land grabs in the northern Guatemalan lowlands.
Gustavo de L.T. Oliveira.  Land regularization in Brazil and the global land grab.
Dana J. Graef.  Negotiating environmental sovereignty in Costa Rica.
Michael B. Dwyer.  Building the politics machine: Tools for ‘resolving’ the global land grab.
Madeleine Fairbairn.  Indirect dispossession: Domestic power imbalances and foreign access to land in Mozambique.
Perrine Burnod, Mathilde Gingembre, and Rivo Andrianirina Ratsialonana.  Competition over authority and access: International land deals in Madagascar.
Michael Levin.  Regimes of dispossession: From steel towns to special economic zones.
Jennifer Baka.  The political construction of wasteland: Governmentality, land acquisition, and social inequality in South India.
Lila Buckley.  Chinese land-based interventions in Senegal.
LaShandra Sullivan.  Identity, territory, and land conflict in Brazil.
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European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 21, #1, 2013
Julian Wuerth.  Sense and sensibility in Kant’s practical agent: Against the intellectualism of Korsgaard and Sidgwick.
Ian M. Church.  Getting ‘lucky’ with Gettier.
Simon D. Feldman and Allan Hazlett.  What’s bad about bad faith?
Rory Madden.  Could a brain in a vat self-refer?
Sean Enda Power.  Perceiving external things and the time-lag argument.
Brian Milstein.  Kantian cosmopolitanism beyond ‘perceptual peace’: Commercium, critique, and the cosmopolitan problematic.
Mark Sacks Lecture
John McDowell.  Perceptual experience: Both relational and contentful.
Review Article
Tom Stern.  Theatre and philosophy.
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Hume Studies, Vol. 37, #2, 2011
Tatsuya Sakamoto.  Hume’s “early memoranda” and the making of his political economy.
Michael B. Gill.  Humean sentimentalism and non-consequentialist moral thinking.
Yumiko Inujai.  Perceptions and objects: Hume’s radical empiricism.
Tim Black.  Hume’s epistemic naturalism in the Treatise.
Helen Beebee.  Hume’s two definitions: The procedural interpretation.
Book Reviews
Thomas Reid.  Essays on the Active Powers of Man.  Review by Esther Kroeker.
Annette C. Baier.  The Cautious, Jealous Virtue: Hume on Justice.  Review by Gerald J. Postema.
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International Journal for the Study of Skepticism, Vol. 3, #1, 2013
Shaul Tor.  Sextus Empiricus on Xenophanes’ skepticism.
Danny Frederick.  Doxastic voluntarism: A skeptical defense.
Hamid Vahid.  Skepticism and the liberal/conservative conceptions of perceptual justification.
Lorenzo Corti.  Scepticisme et langage.  Review by Guillaume Dye.
Gianni Paganini.  Skepsis: Le debat des modernes sur le scepticisme.  Review by John Christian Laursen.
Sven Bernecker and Duncan Pritchard.  The Routledge Companion to Epistemology.  Review by Aidan McGlynn.
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Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 10, #1, 2013
Symposium: Public Health Ethics and Non-Communicable Diseases
Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby.  From personal misfortune to public liability.
Letter to the Editor
Subrata Chattopadhyay, Catherine Myser, and Raymond de Vries.  Bioethics and its gatekeepers: Does institutional racism exist in leading bioethics journals?
Recent Developments
Bernadette Richards and Cameron Stewart.  Professional conduct and making decisions for minors.
Stacy M. Carter and Lucie Rychetnik.  A public health ethics approach to non-communicable diseases.
Ross Upshur.  What does public health ethics tell (or not tell) us about intervening in non-communicable diseases?
Jan Deckers.  Obesity, public health, and the consumption of animal products.
Peter Geoffrey Sainsbury.  Ethical considerations involved in constructing the built environment to promote health.
Lenny R. Vartanian and Joshua M. Smyth.  Primum non nocere: Obesity stigma and public health.
Jennifer Moore.  Proposed changes to New Zealand’s medicines legislation in the Medicines Amendment Bill 2011.
Christopher F.C. Jordens, Kathleen Montgomery, and Rowena Forsyth.  Trouble in the gap: A bioethical and sociological analysis of informed consent for high-risk medical procedures.
Drew Carter, Amber M. Watt, Annette Braunack-Mayer, Adam G. Elshaug, John R. Moss, and Janet E. Hiller.  Should there be a female age limit on public funding for assisted reproductive technology?
Hanne Irene Jensen, Jette Ammentorp, Helle Johannessen, and Helle Ording.  Challenges in end-of-life decisions in the intensive care unit: An ethical perspective.
Ines M. Barrio-Cantalejo, Pablo Simon-Lorda, Adoracion Molina-Ruiz, Fatima Herrera-Ramos, Encarnacion Martinez-Cruz, Rosa Maria Bailon-Gomez, Antonio Lopez-Rico, and Patricia Peinado Gorlat.  Stability over time in the preferences of older persons for life-sustaining treatment.
Book Review
Ruth W. Grant.  Strings Attached: Untangling the Ethics of Incentives.  Review by Maude Laliberte.
Film Review
And If We All Lived Together?  Review by Katrina A. Bramstedt.
Case Studies
Anita Nivens and Janet Buelow.  Moral distress in uninsured health care.
Amanda Clacy, Rachael Sharman, and Geoff Lovell.  Return-to-play confusion: Considerations for sport-related concussion.
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Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 49, #3, 2013
Joel Cooper.  On fraud, deceit and ethics.
Gordon Hodson, Becky L. Choma, Jacqueline Boisvert, Carolyn L. Hafer, Cara C. MacInnis, and Kimberly Costello.  The role of intergroup disgust in predicting negative outgroup evaluations.
Rodica Ioana Damian and Jeffrey W. Sherman.  A process-dissociation examination of the cognitive processes underlying unconscious thought.
Joseph Cesario, Katherine S. Corker, and Sara Jelinek.  A self-regulatory framework for message framing.
Keon West and Susanne Bruckmuller.  Nice and easy does it: How perceptual fluency moderates the effectiveness of imagined contact.
Aaron C. Kay, Martin V. Day, Mark P. Zanna, and A. David Nussbaum.  The insidious (and ironic) effects of positive stereotypes.
Florette Cohen, Melissa Soenke, Sheldon Solomon, and Jeff Greenberg.  Evidence for a role of death thought in American attitudes toward symbols of Islam.
Alison Blodorn and Laurie T. O’Brien.  Evaluations of white American versus black American discrimination claimants’ political views and prejudicial attidues.
Shigehiro Oishi, Selin Kesebir, Felicity F. Miao, Thomas Talhelm, Yumi Endo, Yukiko Uchida, Yasufumi Shibanai, and Vinai Norasakkunkit.  Residential mobility increases motivation to expand social network: But why?
Sarah E. Gaither and Samuel R. Sommers.  Living with an other-race roommate shapes whites’ behavior in subsequent diverse settings.
Steven J. Frenda, Eric D. Knowles, William Saletan, and Elizabeth F. Loftus.  False memories of fabricated political events.
Maya Tamir, Brett Q. Ford, and Erin Ryan.  Nonconscious goals can shape what people want to feel.
Liane Young and A.J. Durwin.  Moral realism as moral motivation: The impact of meta-ethics on everyday decision-making.
Courtney K. Soderberg and Jeffrey W. Sherman.  No face is an island: How implicit bias operates in social scenes.
Jonathan B. Freeman, Yina Ma, Shihui Han, and Nalini Ambady.  Influences of culture and visual context on real-time social categorization.
Youssef Hasan, Laurent Begue, Michael Scharkow, and Brad J. Bushman.  The more you play, the more aggressive you become: A long-term experimental study of cumulative violent video game effects on hostile expectations and aggressive behavior.
Stephanie J. Tobin and Judy Tidwell.  The role of task difficulty and affect activation level in the use of affect as information.
Benjamin E. Hilbig and Corinna M. Hessler.  What lies beneath: How the distance between truth and lie drives dishonesty.
Paul W. Eastwick, Brian M. Wilkey, Eli J. Finkel, Nathaniel M. Lambert, Grainne M. Fitzsimons, Preston C. Brown, and Frank D. Fincham.  Act with authority: Romantic desire at the nexus of power possessed and power perceived.
Noah Eisenkraft.  Accurate by way of aggregation: Should you trust your intuition-based first impressions?
Kyle G. Ratner and David M. Amodio.  Seeing “us vs. them”: Minimal group effects on the neural encoding of faces.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #4, 2013
The Concise Argument
Thomas Douglas.  Biosecurity and the division of cognitive labour.
Feature Article
Allen Buchanan and Maureen C. Kelley.  Biodefence and the production of knowledge: Rethinking the problem.
Michael J. Selgelid.  Biodefense and dual-use research: The optimization problem and the value of security.
Thomas May.  Dual use opportunity and public health infrastructure.
Nicholas B. King.  Commentary on ‘biodefence and the production of knowledge: Rethinking the problem.’
Public Health Ethics
Nicholas G. Evans.  Great expectations: ethics, avian flu, and the value of progress.
Thomas Ploug and Soren Holm.  Informed consent and routinisation.
Reproductive Ethics
H. Catarina M.L. Rodrigues, Paul P. Van den Berg, and Marcus Duwell.  Dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s: autonomy and/or beneficence?  The ‘fetus as a patient’ in maternal-fetal surgery.
Research Ethics
Robert Klitzman.  How IRBs view and make decisions about coercion and undue influence.
Sharon Kaur.  How IRBs make decisions: Should we worry if they disagree?
Bridget G. Haire.  Ethics of medical care and clinical research: A qualitative study of principal investigators in biomedical HIV prevention research.
Jean Philippe de Jong, Myra C.B. van Zwieten, and Dick L. Willems.  Research monitoring by US medical institutions to protect human subjects: Compliance or quality improvement?
Jeremy Sugarman.  Monitoring research with human subjects.
Theoretical Ethics
Stewart Justman.  Placebo: the lie that comes true?
Ethics Abstract
Mahsa Ghajarzadeh, Kiana Hassanpour, Seyed-Mohammad Fereshtehnejad, Arsia Jamali, Saharnaz Nedjat, and Kiarash Aramesh.  Attitude towards plagiarism among Iranian medical students.
Brief Reports
Matteo Gulino, Arianna Pacchiarotti, Gianluca Montanari Verallo, and Paola Frati.  Is age the limit for human-assisted reproduction techniques?  ‘Yes,’ said an Italian judge.
Libby Topp, M.Mofizul Islam, and Carolyn Ann Day.  Relative efficacy of cash versus vouchers in engaging opioid substitution treatment clients in survey-based research.
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Wiep van Bunge, Spinoza Past and Present: Essays on Spinoza, Spinozism, and Spinoza Scholarship. Reviewed by Steven Nadler.
Jill Gordon, Plato's Erotic World: From Cosmic Origins to Human Death. Reviewed by Josh Wilburn.
Ishtiyaque Haji, Reason's Debt to Freedom: Normative Appraisals, Reasons, and Free Will. Reviewed by Derk Pereboom.
Topi Heikker√∂, Ethics in Technology: A Philosophical Study. Reviewed by Robert C. Scharff.
John Heil, The Universe As We Find it. Reviewed by Chad Carmichael.
Jamie Terence Kelly, Framing Democracy: A Behavioral Approach to Democratic Theory. Reviewed by Christian Schemmel.
Howard Wettstein, The Significance of Religious Experience. Reviewed by Jerome Gellman.
John W. Woell, Peirce, James, and a Pragmatic Philosophy of Religion. Reviewed by Michael L. Raposa.
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