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Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition Impact Factor: 1.523 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) The purposes of Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition are to (a) publish research on both the normal and dysfunctional aspects of cognitive development in adulthood and aging, and (b) promote the integration of theories, methods, and research findings between the fields of cognitive gerontology and neuropsychology. The primary emphasis of the journal is to publish original empirical research. Occasionally, theoretical or methodological papers, critical reviews of a content area, or theoretically relevant case studies will also be published. Emphases of interest include information processing mechanisms, intellectual abilities, the impact of injury or disease on performance, cognitive training, cognitive and pharmacological approaches to treatment and rehabilitation, metacognition, and the social and personal aspects of cognitive functioning. Articles on both normal and dysfunctional development that are relevant to the interface between cognitive gerontology and neuropsychology are particularly welcome. Multiple approaches to issues of aging and cognition (e.g., basic, applied, clinical), and multiple methodologies (e.g., cross-sectional, longitudinal, experimental, multivariate correlation) are appropriate.

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SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES The Relationship between Contrast Sensitivity, Gait, and Reading Speed in Parkinson's Disease: Elisabeth Moes, Kathryn M. Lombardi Differential Age Effects in Load-dependent Memory Processing: Susanne M. Jaeggi, Corinne Schmid, Martin Buschkuehl, Walter J. Perrig An Arts Intervention for Older Adults Living in Subsidized Retirement Homes: Helga Noice, Tony Noice Expertise and Age Differences in Pilot Decision Making: Daniel G. Morrow, Lisa M. Soederberg Miller, Heather E. Ridolfo, Clifford Magnor, Ute M. Fischer, Nina K. Kokayeff, Elizabeth A.L. Stine-Morrow Reliance on Schemas in Source Memory: Age Differences and Similarity of Schemas: Miri Besken, Sami Gülgöz Aging and Stereotype Suppression: Gabriel A. Radvansky, Nicholas A. Lynchard, William von Hippel EDITORS Linas A. Bieliauskas, University of Michigan Health System, MI, USA Martin Sliwinski, Syracuse University, NY, USA CONSULTING EDITORS Kaarin Anstey • Lars Bäckman • Ute Bayen • Thomas Benke • Fergus I.M. Craik • Roger A. Dixon • Phil Fastenau • Peter Graf • Mark Haut • Christopher Hertzog Thomas M. Hess • Darlene V. Howard • William J. Hoyer Felicia A. Huppert • Roger J. Ivnik • Alfred W. Kaszniak Susan Kemper • Reinhold Kliegl • Glenn J. Larrabee Ulman Lindenberger • David J. Madden • Michael Marsiske • Alex Martin • Michael Martin • Kimford J. Meador • Cathy L. McEvoy • Robert D. Nebes • Denise C. Park • Brent Small • Donald T. Stuss • Holly Tuokko R. Scott Turner • Sandra Weintraub • Kathleen A. WelshBohmer • Robin L. West • Robert S. Wilson • John Woodard

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The Handbook of Aging and Cognition Third Edition Fergus I.M. Craik & Tim Salthouse (Eds.) October 2007: 6x9: 672pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5990-4: £67.50 $125.00 Cognitive Gerontology: Cognitive Change in Old Age Patrick Rabbitt (Ed.) January 2008: 7½x10: 192pp Pb: 978-1-84169-850-2: £39.95 $77.95 A special issue of the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology - See page 40. Mild Cognitive Impairment: International Perspectives Holly A. Tuokko & David F. Hultsch (Eds.) September 2006: 6x9: 336pp Hb: 978-1-84169-466-5: £55.00 $100.00 Studies on Neuropsychology, Neurology and Cognition Series www.psypress.com/nnc

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Cognition & Emotion 2007 Impact Factor 1.511 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®)

Cognition & Emotion is devoted to the study of emotion, especially to those aspects of emotion related to cognitive processes. The journal aims to bring together work on emotion undertaken by researchers in cognitive, social, clinical, and developmental psychology, neuropsychology, and cognitive science. Examples of topics appropriate for the journal include the role of cognitive processes in emotion elicitation, regulation, and expression; the impact of emotion on attention, memory, learning, motivation, judgements, and decisions; the interplay between cognition and emotion in psychopathology, social behaviour, and healthrelated behaviours; cultural, developmental, psychophysiological, and neuropsychological aspects of the relation between cognition and emotion; and the nature of particular emotions or emotionality in general. Cognition & Emotion publishes theoretical papers, original research reports, and literature reviews. Submissions can be considered for publication as regular articles or brief reports. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are regularly published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for nonsubscribers. Order yours either through the journal’s website (and for a 10% discount) below, or by completing the Order Form on page 40 of this brochure. Child Anxiety Theory and Treatment Guest Editors: Andy P. Field, Sam Cartwright-Hatton, Shirley Reynolds and Cathy Cresswell Volume 22 Issue 3 (2008) Hardback ISBN 978-1-84169-851-9 £39.95 $69.95

How Distinctive is Affective Processing? Guest Editors: Andreas B. Eder, Bernhard Hommel and Jan De Houwer Volume 21, Issue 6 (2007) Hardback ISBN 978-1-84169-814-4 £39.95 $80.00

Magda B. Arnold's Contributions to Emotion Research and Theory Guest Editors: Stephanie Shields and Arvid Kappas Volume 20, Issue 7 (2006) Hardback ISBN 978-1-84169-986-8 £29.95 $53.95

Autobiographical Memory Specificity and Psychopathology Guest Editors: Dirk Hermans, Filip Raes, Pierre Philippot and Ismay Kremers Volume 20, Issues 3-4 (2006) Hardback ISBN 978-1-84169-987-5 £39.95 $71.95

Associative Learning of Likes and Dislikes Guest Editors: Jan de Houwer, Frank Baeyens and Andy Field Volume 19, Issue 2 (2005) Hardback ISBN 978-1-84169-949-3 £45.00 $70.00

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Attack, Disapproval, or Withdrawal? The Role of Honour in Anger and Shame Responses to being Insulted: Patricia M. Rodriguez Mosquera, Agneta H. Fischer, Antony S.R. Manstead, Ruud Zaalberg

Jan De Houwer Ghent University, Belgium Dirk Hermans University of Leuven, Belgium

The Affect Disruption Hypothesis: The Effect of Analytic Thought on the Fluency and Appeal of Art: Jamin Halberstadt, Katherine Hooton

ASSOCIATE EDITORS Naz Derakshan, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK Boris Egloff, University of Leipzig, Germany Iris Engelhard, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Andy Field, University of Sussex, UK Agneta Fischer, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Eva Gilboa-Schechtman, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Jutta Joormann, Stanford University, USA Elizabeth Kensinger, Boston College, USA Sander Koole, Vrije University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Linda J. Levine, University of California, Irvine, USA John Roberts, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA Michael Robinson, North Dakota State University, USA Ulrich Schimmack, University of Toronto, Canada Gerhard Stemmler, Philipps-Universitat, Germany Bethany Teachman, University of Virginia, USA

Dysphoria and Memory for Emotional Material: A Diffusion-model Analysis: Corey White, Roger Ratcliff, Michael Vasey, Gail McKoon The Analysis of Intuition: Processing Fluency and Affect in Judgements of Semantic Coherence: Sascha Topolinski, Fritz Strack I Like You, I Like You Not: Understanding the Formation of Context-dependent Automatic Attitudes: Robert J. Rydell, Bertram Gawronski Do Anxiety-related Attentional Biases Mediate the Link between Maternal Over Involvement and Separation Anxiety in Children?: Gisela Perez-Olivas, Jim Stevenson, Julie A. Hadwin Implicit Evaluation Bias Induced by Approach and Avoidance: Marcella L. Woud, Eni S. Becker, Mike Rinck On the Relative Effectiveness of Affect Regulation Strategies: A Meta-analysis: Adam A. Augustine, Scott H. Hemenover Independent Effects of Emotion and Attention on Sensory and Affective Pain Perception: Ramona Kenntner-Mabiala, Peter Weyers, Paul Pauli

BOARD OF ADVISORS Bruno G. Bara • Eni Becker • Chris Brewin • Manuel Calvo Sam Cartwright-Hatton • Meredith Coles • Roland Deutsch Andreas Eder • Hillary Anger Elfenbein • Barbara Fredrickson Nico Frijda • Eddie Harmon-Jones • Rob Holland • Alice Isen • Jeff Larsen • Arvid Kappas • Ernst Koster • Peter Kuppens • Andrew MacLeod• Warren Mansell • Andrew Mathews • David Matsumoto • Iris Mauss • Karin Mogg • Agnes Moors • Keith Oatley • Brian Parkinson • W. Gerrod Parrott (honorary) • Pierre Philippot • Filip Raes • Reiner Reisenzein • Stephanie Rude • Ulrich Schimmack • Todd Shackelford • Craig Smith (honorary) • Adriaan Spruyt • Jack van Honk • Ed Watkins • Fraser Watts (honorary) • Bernard Weiner • Ineke Wessel • Frank Wilhelm • Sabine Windmann • Jenny Yiend

ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: ASSIA; Elsevier Science B.V; Embase; Focus on Cognitive Psychology; ISI Current Contents; PsycINFO; Research Alert; SCOPUS; Social Sciences Citation Index; Social SciSearch; Sociological Abstracts and UnCover. For books and journals in Cognitive Psychology, request a copy of our current Cognition catalogue by emailing Julie.Norton@informa.com

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Emotional Information Processing in Repressors: The Vigilance-avoidance Theory: Nazanin Derakshan, Michael W. Eysenck, Lynn B. Myers

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Cognition and Emotion From Order to Disorder, 2nd Edition by Mick Power and Tim Dalgleish October 2007: 6¾x9¾: 456pp Hb: 978-0-415-37353-1: £45.00 $90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37354-8: £22.50 $44.95 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. Applying Emotional Intelligence: A Practitioner's Guide by Joseph Ciarrocchi and John D. Mayer (Eds.) January 2007: 6x9: 184pp Hb: 978-1-84169-461-0: £47.50 $85.00

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Cognitive Neuropsychiatry Cognitive Neuropsychiatry encourages the exploration of new frontiers and the integration and application of theories, methods and research findings from related fields of clinical psychiatry, behavioural neurology and cognitive neuropsychology. The journal seeks to promote the study of cognitive processes underlying psychological and behavioural abnormalities, including psychotic symptoms, with and without organic brain disease. The journal will publish original papers, short reports and case studies which address timely issues in clinical and cognitive neuropsychiatry, and which may have a bearing on the understanding of normal cognitive processes. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are regularly published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers, either via the website below, or using the Order Form on page 40 of this catalogue. FORTHCOMING SPECIAL ISSUES Confabulation and Delusions Guest Editors: Martha Turner, Robyn Langdon Volume 14, 2009 Genetics and Cognition Guest Editors: Danny Weinberger and Brita Elvevaag Volume 14, 2009 CURRENT SPECIAL ISSUES The Cognitive Neuropsychiatry of Emotion and Emotional Disorders Guest Editors: André Aleman, Nick Medford, Anthony S. David Volume 11, Issue 3, 2006, HB ISBN 978-1-84169-990-5 £29.95 $53.95 Clinical conditions that are addressed include amygdala damage, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, social phobia, psychopathy and alexithymia. Pathologies of Body, Self and Space Guest Editors: Sean A. Spence, Peter W. Halligan Volume 7, Issue 3, 2002, HB ISBN 978-1-84169-933-2 £39.95 $71.95 What happens when the physical body and the subjective sense of self part company? This Special Issue is primarily concerned with those bizarre and disturbing syndromes that arise when 'body' and 'self', soma and psyche are dissociated from each other, within or beyond the body's surface.

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PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 14 (2009) 6 issues per year Print ISSN: 1354-6805 Online ISSN: 1464-0619 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print and online): 2009: £227 / $379 / €302 Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com/ librarians. Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. SPECIAL RATES Members of the following academic societies are entitled to a discount on the cost of a personal subscription to this journal: AACN, APA, APA Div. 40, APS CCN, ANPA, APS, BNPA, BNS, BPS DoN, EBIS, EPS, ESCOP, INS, NAN. Email Journals@psypress.com for details. ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Elsevier Sciences BV; Embase; MEDLARS; MEDLINE; PsycBITE; PsycINFO; SCOPUS.


Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITORS Anthony S. David, King's College London, UK Peter W. Halligan, Cardiff University, UK BOOK REVIEW EDITOR Ryan Mckay, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, University of Zurich, Blümlisalpstrasse 10, Zurich CH – 8006, Switzerland EDITORIAL BOARD Alan Baddeley • Simon Baron-Cohen • Richard Bentall • Max Coltheart • Rhiannon Corcoran John Cutting • Antonio Damasio • Sergio Della Sala • Ray Simon Fleminger • Richard Frackowiak Chris Frith • James Gold • Terry Goldberg Michael Green • Philip Harvey • John Hodges Ralph Hoffman • Yoshiharu Kim • Marcel Kinsbourne • Michael Kopelman Alwyn Lishman John McGrath Peter McKenna • Ronan O.Carroll Chris Pantelis • Maria Ron • Sean Spence Manfred Spitzer • Daniel Weinberger

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Thought Suppression and Persecutory Delusion-like Beliefs in a Nonclinical Sample: Simon R. Jones, Charles Fernyhough An Orbitofrontostriatopallidal Pathway for Morality: Evidence from Postlesion Antisocial and Obsessive-compulsive Disorder: Claude M.J. Braun, Cathy Léveillé, Anik Guimond Hypersociability in Williams Syndrome: A Role for the Amygdala?: Ali Jawaid, Heike Schmolck, Paul E. Schulz Theory of Mind, Schizotypy, and Persecutory Ideation in Young Adults: Charles Fernyhough, Simon R. Jones, Chantelle Whittle, Jodie Waterhouse, Richard P. Bentall Context, Complexity, and Cognitive Processing in Schizophrenia: Carmi Schooler, Bruce Roberts, Rudolf Cohen Belief Inflexibility in Schizophrenia: Todd S. Woodward, Steffen Moritz, Mahesh Menon, Ruth Klinge Editorial: In Praise of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry: Chris Frith Attention Bias for Paranoia-relevant Visual Stimuli in Schizophrenia: Steffen Moritz, Anna Laudan Jumping to Delusions? Paranoia, Probabilistic Reasoning, and Need For Closure: Ryan McKay, Robyn Langdon, Max Coltheart Context, Complexity, and Cognitive Processing in Schizophrenia: Carmi Schooler, Bruce Roberts, Rudolf Cohen

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Understanding Developmental Language Disorders by Courtenay Frazier Norbury, J. Bruce Tomblin and Dorothy V.M Bishop July 2008 Hb: 978-1-84169-666-9: £39.95 $90.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-667-6: £22.50 $44.95 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. RELATED RESOURCES For Journals, Books and other Resources in Neuropsychology visit www.neuropsychologyarena.com. For Journals, Books and other Resources in Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, visit www.clinicalpsychologyarena.com For brochures in Neuropsychology or Clinical Psychology, email Susannah.Brown@informa.com

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Cognitive Neuropsychology Impact Factor: 1.925 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) The journal aims to promote the study of cognitive processes from a neuropsychological perspective. Cognition is understood broadly as including perception, attention, object recognition, planning, language, thinking, memory and action. It covers neuropsychological work bearing on our understanding of normal and pathological cognitive processes at any stage of lifespan. It also covers neuroimaging and computational modelling research that is informed by consideration of neuropsychological phenomena. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are regularly published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers, either via the website below, or using the Order Form on page 40 of this catalogue. Integrative Approaches to Perception and Action Guest Editors: Nicola Bruno and Paolo Battaglini Volume 25, Issue 7-8, 2008 Paperback ISBN 978-1-84872-702-1 £34.95 $56.95 This special issuel includes contributions by some participants in the XIV Kanizsa Lecture and Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition. It will include empirical as well as theoretical studies with neuropsychological implications (broadly conceived), and papers on any aspect of the integration of perceptual systems with motor systems, CURRENT SPECIAL ISSUES Inhibitory After-effects in Spatial Processing: Experimental and Theoretical Issues on Inhibition of Return Guest Editors: Paolo Bartolomeo and Juan Lupiáñez Volume 23, Issue 7, 2006, Paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-812-0, £29.95 $53.95 This special issue provides state-of-the-art information about the current debate on the functional mechanisms and the neural bases of Inhibition of Return. Selective Deficits in Developmental Cognitive Neuropsychology Guest Editor: Bradley C. Duchaine Volume 23, Issue 5, 2006, Paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-813-7, £29.95 $53.95 The papers in this issue cover a diverse range of disorders affecting spatial orientation, face recognition, reading, and memory.

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PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 26 (2009) 8 issues per year Print ISSN: 0264-3294 Online ISSN: 1464-0627 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print and online): 2009: £354 / $588 / €469 Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com/ librarians. Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. SPECIAL RATES Members of the following academic societies are entitled to a discount on the cost of a personal subscription to this journal: AAA, AACN, APA, APA Div. 40, APS, APS, BAS, BNPA, BNS, BPS DoN, CS, EBIS, EPS, ESCOP, INS, NAN. Email Journals@psypress.com for details.


Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Alfonso Caramazza, Harvard University, USA and University of Trento, Italy ASSISTANT EDITOR Bradford Z. Mahon, Harvard University, USA BOOK REVIEWS EDITOR Tim Shallice, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, Alexandra House, 17 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3AR, UK ACTION EDITORS G. W. Humphreys • M. Lambon Ralph • A. Martin • Brenda Rapp G. Vallar • A. W. Young BOARD OF ASSOCIATE EDITORS R. Adolphs • M. Behrmann D. Bishop • E. Capitani D. Caplan • A. Chatterjee L. Cipolotti • M. Coltheart B. Coslett • J.R. Crawford G. Dell • S. Dehaene B. Duchaine J. Duncan E. Dupoux • M. J. Farah E. Funnell • M. Goodale R. Hanley • C. A. Heywood A. Hillis • J. Hodges • D. Howard N. Kanwisher • D. Kemmerer G. Miceli • M. Moscovitch L. Mottron • I. Peretz • M. Piazza C. Price • M.J. Riddoch C. Romani • R. J. Rumiati • D. L. Schacter • M. F. Schwartz D. Tranel • L. K. Tyler • J. Ward M. Zorzi ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: ASSIA; Biosciences Information Service; CDAB; Current Contents; EMBASE; Linguistics Abstracts; LLBA; MEDLINE; MLA International Bibliography; Neuroscience Citation Index; PsycINFO; Research Alerts; SciSearch; SCOPUS; Social Science Citation Index; Social SciSearch; Social Services Abstracts; Sociological Abstracts; UnCover.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Expertise with Characters in Alphabetic and Nonalphabetic Writing Systems Engage Overlapping Occipito-temporal Areas: Alan C.-N. Wong, Gael Jobard, Karin H. James, Thomas W. James, Isabel Gauthier Rehearsal Strategy Use in Alzheimer's Disease: Celine Souchay, Chris J. A. Moulin, Michel Isingrini, Martin A. Conway Superior Discrimination of Speech Pitch and its Relationship to Verbal Ability in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Pamela Heaton, Kristelle Hudry, Amanda Ludlow, Elizabeth Hill Action-dependent Plasticity in Peripersonal Space Representations: Elisabetta Ládavas, Andrea Serino The Long Learning Route to Abstract Letter Units: G. Brian Thompson Testing Computational Models of Letter Perception with Item-level Event-related Potentials: Arnaud Rey, Stêphane Dufau, Stêphanie Massol, Jonathan Grainger Grasping Visual Illusions: Consistent Data and No Dissociation: Volker H. Franz, Karl R. Gegenfurtner RELATED JOURNALS Aphasiology - www.psypress.com/aphasiology Brain Injury - www.informaworld.com/tbin The Clinical Neuropsychologist - www.psypress.com/tcn Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology www.psypress.com/jcen Neuropsychological Rehabilitation - www.psypress.com/neurorehab For more information on these and other journals, visit www.neuropsychologyarena.com RELATED BOOKS Delusion and Self-Deception: Affective and Motivational Influences on Belief Formation Tim Bayne & Jordi Fernández (Eds.) January 2009: 6x9: 310pp Hb: 978-1-84169-470-2: £36.95 $65.00 Macquarie Monographs in Cognitive Science Series

Neuropsychological Research: A Review Peter Mariën & Jubin Abutalebi February 2008: 6x9: 568pp Hb: 978-1-84169-620-1: £49.95 $90.00 Executive Functions and the Frontal Lobes: A Lifespan Perspective Vicki Anderson, Rani Jacobs & Peter Anderson (Eds.) May 2008: 6x9: 544pp Hb: 978-1-84169-490-0: £55.00 $99.00 Studies on Neuropsychology, Neurology and Cognition Series

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European Journal of Cognitive Psychology The official journal of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP) The European Journal of Cognitive Psychology is the official journal of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, which aims to encourage the exchange and integration of ideas, research and training in cognitive psychology. The journal publishes reports of empirical work (including brief reports), theoretical contributions and reviews of the literature in all areas of cognitive psychology including applied cognitive psychology. Peer commentaries sometimes accompany theoretical papers in an attempt to stimulate lively debate about controversial issues within cognitive psychology. The European Journal of Cognitive Psychology is an international journal, with increasing numbers of submissions from outside Europe, especially North America and Japan. The Editor is anxious to publish high quality papers from authors both within and outside Europe. This journal is of interest to experimental cognitive psychologists, applied psychologists, psycholinguists, computer scientists, cognitive neuropsychologists and those working in allied disciplines. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are regularly published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers, either via the website below, or using the Order Form on page 40 of this catalogue. Ageing, Cognition, and Neuroscience Guest Editors: Soledad Ballesteros, Lars-Göran Nilsson and Patrick Lemaire Volume 21, Issues 2-3 (May 2009) HB ISBN 978-1-84872-707-6 £39.95 $64.95 Ageing is a universal complex multifaceted process that profoundly affects mind and brain of all individuals. Important discoveries are being made at different levels of research on cognitive aging: from the molecular/genetic level, to the cell, the synapse, the network, and the processing of information at the cognitive level. The ultimate goal in cognitive neuroscience is to understand this whole set of stages. We are not yet there. Most studies conducted so far have collected data at single levels only. One ambition with this Special Issue is to encourage researchers to report cognitive data that are related to neural data at other levels. The research reported may be empirical, theoretical or computational. It may focus on normal cognitive aging or pathology. Verbalizing Visual Memories Guest Editors: Toby J. Lloyd-Jones, Maria A. Brandimonte and Karl-Heinz Bäuml Volume 20, Issue 3, 2008 HB ISBN: 978-1-84169-853-3 £29.95 $58.95 The Special Issue examines the role of verbalization in visual memory. It is clear that verbal processes influence the encoding, storage and retrieval of visual information. The state-of-the-art is that we are just beginning to understand the rich complexity of the problem. Bridging Cognitive Science and Education: Learning, Memory, and Metacognition Guest Editors: Lisa Son and André Vandierendonck Volume 19, Issue 5 (September 2007) HB ISBN 978-1-84169-835-9 £49.95 $90.00 This Special Issue brings together researchers aiming to bridge laboratory data with real world learning practices, each providing recent and crucial information concerning the improvement of learning.

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PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 21 (2009) 8 issues per year Print ISSN: 0954-1446 Online ISSN: 1464-0635 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print and online): 2009: £386 / $641 / €512 Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com/ librarians. SPECIAL RATES Members of the following academic societies are entitled to a discount on the cost of a personal subscription to this journal: APA, APS, EPS, ISRE. Email Journals@psypress.com for details. SOCIETY JOURNAL Members of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP) receive a personal subscription to this journal as part of their membership. Find out more about the society at www.escop.org.


Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR André Vandierendonck, University of Ghent, Belgium ASSOCIATE EDITORS Soledad Ballesteros • Karl-Heinz Bäuml • Marc Brysbaert • Andrew Conway • Nelson Cowan JoAnne LeFevre • Patrick Lemaire Henry Markovits • Jochen Müsseler • Philippe Peigneux Klaus Rothermund EDITORIAL BOARD Maria Teresa Bajo • Guido Band Tim Brennen • Valérie Camos Anne Castles • Axel Cleeremans Cesare Cornoldi • Markus Damian Anik de Ribaupierre Ludovic Ferrand • Markus Knauff Iring Koch • Juhani Lehto Sander Los • Juan Lupianez Timo Mäntylä • Nachshon Meiran Edward Necka • Manolo Perea Louise Phillips • Kathy Rastle Maxwell Roberts • Elisabet Service Paul Verhaegen • Johannes Ziegler Hubert Zimmer ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: BIOBASE; Biosciences Information Service; CDAB; Current Contents; EMBASE; Ergonomics Abstracts; LLBA; Neurosciences Citation Index; PsycINFO; Research Alerts; SCOPUS; Social Sciences Citation Index; Sociological Abstracts; Social SciSearch; Social Services Cover.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Assessing the Role of Orthography in Speech Perception and Production: Evidence from Picture-word Interference Tasks: Markus F. Damian, Jeffrey S. Bowers Is Milkman a Superhero like Batman? Constituent Morphological Priming in Compound Words: Jon Andoni Duntildeabeitia, Itziar Laka, Manuel Perea, Manuel Carreiras Selective Effects of Number Processing Context on Number Naming: Jamie I.D. Campbell The Personalisation Method applied to a Working Memory Task: Evidence of Longterm Working Memory Effects: Alessandro Guida, Hubert Tardieu, Serge Nicolas Internal Number Magnitude Representation Is Not Holistic, Either: K. Moeller, H.-C. Nuerk, K. Willmes Invited Address at the Occasion of the Bertelson Award 2007 Methodological and Empirical Developments for the Ratcliff Diffusion Model of Response Times and Accuracy: Eric-Jan Wagenmakers Avoidance of Overlearning Characterises the Spacing Effect: Doug Rohrer Adore-able not Adorable? Orthographic Underspecification Studied with Masked Repetition Priming: Samantha F. McCormick, Kathleen Rastle, Matthew H. Davis

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Authors are encouraged to submit papers electronically to expedite the peer review process. Please email your paper, saved in a standard document format type such as Word or PDF, to reviews@psypress.co.uk. You may also contact the Editorial Assistant by phone on (0)2070 177730. Manuscripts submitted as Brief Articles will receive a simple accept or reject disposition in the shortest possible time. Brief Articles should be restricted to empirical or methodological papers (not theoretical ones) of up to 4000 words with maximally 20 references and 4 tables or figures (e.g., 3 tables, 1 figure). A word count should be included on the title page. Your covering email/letter must include full contact details (including email), the title of the journal to which you are submitting, and the title of your article and should also clearly specify whether you are submitting a Full or Brief Article. All manuscripts must be accompanied by a statement confirming that it has not been previously published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the journal’s website (see foot of page 10).

RELATED BOOKS New Edition Coming in 2010! Cognitive Psychology: A Student’s Handbook Fifth Edition Michael Eysenck & Mark Keane April 2005: 7½x10: 656pp Hb: 978-1-84169-358-3: £54.95 $99.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-359-0: £29.95 $55.00 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. Fundamentals of Cognition Michael Eysenck November 2006: 7½x10: 520pp Hb: 978-1-84169-373-6: £39.95 £70.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-374-3: £23.50 £45.00 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours.

An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders Second Edition David Groome et al. August 2006: 7x10: 472pp Hb: 978-1-84169-543-3: £49.95 $88.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-544-0: £18.95 $37.50 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. RELATED JOURNALS Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology See page 28. European Journal of Social Psychology www.psypress.com/ersp European Journal of Developmental Psychology www.psypress.com/edp

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Infancy The official journal of the International Society on Infant Studies (ISIS) Impact Factor: 1.388 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) Infancy emphasizes the highest quality original research on normal and aberrant infant development during the first two years. Research from children older than two years of age may be included if the results add to an understanding of infant development. Most of the research will involve human infants, although some infant animal work may also be included. The criteria for acceptance will be rigorous science with logical arguments and conclusions. Any theoretical approach is welcome; the reporting and discussion of statistical effect size when appropriate, as recommended in the APA publication manual, is required. The emphasis of Infancy is on original research articles and brief reports, but target articles with peer commentary will also be included, as well as thematic collections with peer commentary. A unique aspect of Infancy is that authors will have the opportunity to submit additional archival material such as color photographs, sound files, QuickTime movies, and large data sets to the companion web page, Infancy Archives – www.infancyarchives.com.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Infancy publishes four classes of articles: Research Articles: Original research articles that present recent research findings (typically multiple experiments) related to infancy or infant development. Brief Reports: Short research articles (up to 3,000 words of text) that present recent research findings related to infancy or infant development. Target Articles With Peer Commentary: Theoretical or research-based articles that present recent research findings and/or theoretical ideas related to infancy or infant development. Peer commentary will follow target articles; authors are invited to submit suggestions for peer commentators. Thematic Collections With Peer Commentary: Three or four research-based articles from independent laboratories that contribute new findings on a common topic related to infancy or infant development. Thematic collections will include peer commentary as well. Authors are invited to submit suggestions for commentators along with the submitted collection of articles. Blinded manuscripts are to be prepared according to the most recent edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association and submitted electronically as a single PDF file (to ensure that all special symbols are formatted correctly) to Dr. Martha Ann Bell at infancy@vt.edu. The title page should carry only the title, a running head, and the abstract (no more than 200 words). In the accompanying email message the corresponding author should provide his/her full contact information and the following elements: title; full authorship with affiliations; abstract; a statement that the paper has neither been published nor simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere; and a statement that the research complied with American Psychological Association (APA) ethical standards for the treatment of participants. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 14 (2009) 6 issues per year Print ISSN: 1525-0008 Online ISSN: 1532-7078 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print and online): 2009: £64 / $108 / €86 Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com/ librarians. Email Journals@psypress.com for details. SOCIETY JOURNAL Members of the International Society on Infant Studies (ISIS) receive a personal subscription to this journal as part of their membership. Find out more about the society at www.isisweb.org.


Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Martha Ann Bell Virginia Tech, USA ASSOCIATE EDITORS Celia A. Brownell University of Pittsburg, USA Thierry Nazzi Université Paris Descartes, France Lisa M. Oakes University of California, Davis, USA EDITORIAL BOARD Richard N. Aslin • Lorraine E. Bahrick • Renée Baillargeon • Yair Bar-Haim • Rachel Barr Elizabeth M. Brannon • Julia M. Braungart-Rieker • Kristin A. Buss Linda A. Camras • Susan Carey Leslie B. Cohen • John Colombo Daniela Corbetta • Susan C. Crockenberg • Gergely Csibra Michelle de Haan • Scania de Schonen • Marissa Diener • Janet A. DiPietro • Ruth Feldman Christopher Fennell Janet E. Frick LouAnn Gerken • Rick O. Gilmore Harlene Hayne Barbara Höhle • Scott P. Johnson David J. Lewkowicz • Peter J. Marshall Karen Mattock • Daniel S. Messinger • Debra L. Mills Ginger Moore • Amy Needham Robin Panneton • David H. Rakison • J. Steven Reznick Philippe Rochat • Tracy L. Spinrad Daniel Swingley • Janet F. Werker Teresa Wilcox ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: BIOBASE PsycINFO/Psychological Abstracts; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica; ISI: Social Sciences Citation Index, Social SciSearch, Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, Journal Citation Reports Social Science; Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts; ScienceDirect Navigator; EBSCOhost Products; Family Index Database; Cabell' Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Psychology; Scopus.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES The Cat is out of the Bag: The Joint Influence of Previous Experience and Looking Behavior on Infant Categorization: Kristine A. Kovack-Lesh, Jessica S. Horst, Lisa M. Oakes Changes in the Ability to Detect Ordinal Numerical Relationships Between 9 and 11 Months of Age: Sumarga H. Suanda, Whitney Tompson, Elizabeth M. Brannon Mother-Infant Person- and Object-Directed Interactions in Latino Immigrant Families: A Comparative Approach: Linda R. Cote, Marc H. Bornstein, O. Maurice Haynes, Roger Bakeman How Mothers Encourage and Discourage Infants' Motor Actions: Lana B. Karasik, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Karen E. Adolph, Katherine A. Dimitropoulou Comparison at 32-37 Weeks Postconception of Infants Born 1983-1989 and 1995-2004 on the Neurobehavioral Assessment of the Preterm Infant: Josephine V. Brown, Roger Bakeman, Jackie S. Sampers, Anneliese F. Korner, K.J.S. Anand RELATED JOURNALS Fundamentals of Development: The Psychology of Childhood Peter Mitchell & Fenja Ziegler April 2007: 7½x10: 248pp Hb: 978-0-86377-793-6: £39.95 $90.00 Pb: 978-0-86377-644-7: £16.50 $26.95 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. Developmental Perspectives on Embodiment and Consciousness Willis Overton et al. (Eds.) November 2007: 6x9: 384pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5069-7: £49.95 $75.00 Jean Piaget Symposia Series

www.psypress.com/jean-piaget-symposia Early Experience, the Brain, and Consciousness: An Historical and Interdisciplinary Synthesis Thomas Dalton & Victor Bergenn May 2007: 6x9: 272pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4084-1: £38.95 $69.95 Pb: 978-0-8058-4085-8: £19.95 $34.50 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours.

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Journal of Cognition and Development The official journal of the Cognitive Development Society (CDS) The Journal of Cognition and Development is the official journal of the Cognitive Development Society (CDS). Some CDS members are concerned with basic research or theory; others focus on policy issues and practical applications. The range of interests includes cognitive development during all stages of life, and we seek to understand ontogenetic processes in both humans and nonhumans. Finally, their interests encompass typical as well as atypical development, and we attempt to characterize both biological and cultural influences on cognitive change and continuity. The relationship between the journal and the society is symbiotic in that the journal enhances the field of cognitive development by providing a prestigious forum for innovative research and theory. It publishes the very best articles on all aspects of cognitive development. In addition to empirical reports, it features theoretical essays (occasionally accompanied by peer commentaries), and essay reviews of new and significant books. Criteria for acceptance of submitted manuscripts include: • Relevance of the work to issues of broad interest • Substance of the argument (including methodological rigor and support for conclusions drawn) • Ingenuity of the ideas or approach • Quality of expression. The Journal is of particular interest to psychologists, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, linguists, anthropologists, and anyone else interested in the origins and development of cognition.

PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 10 (2009) 4 issues per year Print ISSN: 1524-8372 Online ISSN: 1532-7647 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print and online): 2009: £43 / $73 / €58 Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com /librarians. Email Journals@psypress.com for details.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Contributors should submit 4 copies of manuscripts for review to the Editor at the following address: Patricia J. Bauer, Editor, Journal of Cognition and Development, Department of Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA. Alternatively, authors may submit both a masked and an unmasked version of the manuscript (.pdf format preferred) to jcogdev@emory.edu. Manuscripts that are currently under consideration by another journal, or that have been published previously, in whole or in part, may not be submitted. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Patricia J. Bauer Emory University, USA ASSOCIATE EDITORS James P. Byrnes Temple University, USA Maureen A. Callanan University of California at Santa Cruz, USA

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Eye Gaze Provides a Window on Children's Understanding of Verbal Irony: Emma A. Climie, Penny M. Pexman Implicit and Explicit Knowledge of Linear and Exponential Growth in 5- and 9-Year-Olds: Mirjam Ebersbach, Wilma C.M. Resing Developmental Changes in Young Children's Spatial Memory and Language in Relation to Landmarks: Alycia M. Hund, Amber R. Naroleski Developmental Continuity in Teleo-Functional Explanation: Reasoning about Nature Among Romanian Romani Adults: Krista Casler, Deborah Kelemen Do Korean Fraction Names Promote Part-Whole Reasoning? Kelly S. Mix, Jae H. Paik

CONSULTING EDITOR Philip Zelazo

A Mutually Facilitative Relationship Between Learning Names and Learning Concepts in Preschool Children: The Case of Artifacts: Deborah G. Kemler Nelson, Kelly A. O'Neil, Yvonne M. Asher

EDITORIAL BOARD David Bjorklund • Leslie Carver Gedeon Deak • Judy Dunn • Robyn Fivush • John Flavell • Douglas Frye • Paul Klaczynski • Ellin Kofsky Jean Mandler • Kevin Miller Chris Moore • Ulrich Muller Laura Namy • Amy Needham • Katherine Nelson Nora Newcombe • Daniela O'Neill • J Steven Reznick Robert Siegler • Marjorie Taylor • Martha Wagner Alibali • Henry Wellman Janet Werker

Order of Presentation Effects in Learning Color Categories: Catherine M. Sandhofer, Leonidas A.A. Doumas

ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica; EBSCOhost Products; ISI: Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, Cabell' Directories; Family Index Database; Contents Pages in Education; Education Research Abstracts; Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts; ScienceDirect Navigator; Social Sciences Citation Index; Social SciSearch and Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition; and PsycINFO/ Psychological Abstracts.

RELATED BOOKS Cognitive Development: The Learning Brain Usha Goswami January 2008: 7½x10: 480pp Hb: 978-1-84169-530-3: £49.95 $90.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-531-0: £24.95 $40.00 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours www.psypress.com/goswami Theory of Mind: How Children Understand Others' Thoughts and Feelings Martin Doherty August 2008: 7x10: 264pp Hb: 978-1-84169-570-9: £39.95 $71.95 Pb: 978-1-84169-571-6: £17.50 $31.95 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. The Development of Memory in Infancy and Childhood Second Edition Mary Courage & Nelson Cowan (Eds.) August 2008: 6x9: 384pp Hb: 978-1-84169-642-3: £39.95 $71.95 Studies in Developmental Psychology Series

Cognitive Development: Neo-Piagetian Perspectives Sergio Morra et al. November 2007: 6x9: 430pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4358-3: £63.95 $99.95 Pb: 978-0-8058-6350-5: £22.95 $39.95 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. RELATED JOURNALS Infancy - See page 12. European Journal of Developmental Psychology - www.psypress.com/edp Language Acquisition - See page 16. Language Learning and Development - See page 20. RELATED LINK www.developmentalpsychologyarena.com

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Language Acquisition A Journal of Developmental Linguistics The research published in Language Acquisition: A Journal of Developmental Linguistics makes a clear contribution to linguistic theory by increasing our understanding of how language is acquired. The journal focuses on the acquisition of syntax, semantics, phonology, and morphology, and considers theoretical, experimental, and computational perspectives. Coverage includes solutions to the logical problem of language acquisition, as it arises for particular grammatical proposals; discussion of acquisition data relevant to current linguistic questions; and perspectives derived from theorydriven studies of second language acquisition, language-impaired speakers, and other domains of cognition. In addition to brief and full-length research articles, the editors invite authors of recent dissertations on language acquisition to submit a synopsis for publication in Language Acquisition. This journal will appeal to researchers and professionals in linguistics and psycholinguistics, and developmentalists. PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 16 (2009) 4 issues per year Print ISSN: 1048-9223 Online ISSN: 1532-7317 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print and online): 2009: ÂŁ37 / $62 / â‚Ź49 Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION An article should be submitted electronically according to the instructions available on the journal's manuscript-submission web site (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/language). The preferred format is Microsoft Word. Please prepare the article according to the style sheet (www.languageacquisition.org/StyleSheet.html). Articles based on laboratory experimentation should include complete experimental stimuli in an appendix. The manuscript should not exceed 60 double-spaced pages of text (excluding references, tables, figures, and mandatory abstract); manuscripts longer than this will ordinarily be returned to the author for reduction without review. The submitted full-length article manuscript must be anonymous. The authors' names and affiliations must be omitted, any acknowledgments and identifying information regarding the location of data sources must be removed, and in general every effort should be made by the authors to ensure that the manuscript contains no clue to their identities. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Diane Lillo-Martin, University of Connecticut, USA EDITOR William Snyder, University of Connecticut, USA MANAGING EDITOR Carole T. Boster, University of Connecticut, USA ASSOCIATE EDITORS Heather Goad • Maria Teresa Guasti Donna Lardiere • Jeannette Schaeffer Bonnie D. Schwartz • Angeliek van EDITORS OF BRIEF ARTICLES Colin Phillips • Jeffrey Lidz EDITORIAL BOARD Sergey Avrutin • Robin Clark • Jill DeVilliers • Kenneth F. Drozd • Paula Fikkert • Nina Hyams • Kyle Johnson Claartje Levelt • Dana McDaniel • Tetsuya Sano • Carson T. Schütze • Rex Sprouse Karin Stromswold • Virginia Valian ADVISORY BOARD Susan Carey • Noam Chomsky • Stephen Crain • Elan Dresher • Roberta Golinkoff Jane Grimshaw • Bruce Hayes • Irene Heim • Richard Kayne • Howard Lasnik Alec Marantz • Elissa Newport • Yukio Otsu • David Pesetsky • Steven Pinker Mabel Rice • Luigi Rizzi • Jürgen Weissenborn • Janet Werker Lydia White FOUNDING EDITORS Robert Berwick • Thomas Roeper Kenneth Wexler ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: PsycINFO/Psychological Abstracts; Linguistics Abstracts; MLA International Bibliography; Current Index to Journals in Education/Educational Resources Information Center; Linguistics Abstracts; Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts; EBSCOhost Products; Family Index Database; Cabell' Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Educational Curriculum and Methods.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES The Role of Paradigm Formation in Lexical Acquisition: Towards a Unified Account of Overgeneralization and Transfer Effects: Marco Tamburelli Early Acquisition of Basic Word Order in Japanese: Koji Sugisaki The Acquisition of Inflection: A Parameter-Setting Approach: Nina Hyams Language Variation and Child Language Acquisition: Laying Ground for Evaluating Parametric Proposals: Miwa Isobe Minimal Answers: Ellipsis, Syntax, and Discourse in the Acquisition of European Portuguese: Ana Lúcia Santos Binding Interpretations of Anaphors by Korean Heritage Speakers: Ji-Hye Kim, Silvina Montrul, James Yoon Focus Particles in Children’s Language: Production and Comprehension of auch ‘also’ in German Learners from 1 Year to 4 Years of Age: Barbara Höhle, Frauke Berger, Anja Müller, Michaela Schmitz, Jürgen Weissenborn The Fleeting Isomorphism Effect: Anastasia Conroy, Jeffrey Lidz, Julien Musolino RELATED BOOKS Infant Pathways to Language: Methods, Models, and Research Directions John Colombo et al. (Eds.) August 2008: 6x9: 312pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6063-4: £39.99 $84.95 Routes to Language: Studies in Honor of Melissa Bowerman Virginia C. Mueller-Gathercole (Ed.) June 2008: 6x9: 304pp Hb: 978-1-84169-716-1: £50.00 $90.00 Handbook of Child Language Disorders Richard G. Schwartz (Ed.) September 2008: 7x10: 432pp Hb: 978-1-84169-433-7: £50.00 $95.00 RELATED JOURNALS Language Learning and Development - See page 20. Language and Cognitive Processes - See page 18. European Journal of Developmental Psychology www.psypress.com/edp RELATED LINK www.psycholinguisticsarena.com www.languagedisordersarena.com

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Language and Cognitive Processes Language and Cognitive Processes provides an international forum for the publication of theoretical and experimental research into the mental processes and representations involved in language use. The psychological study of language has attracted increasing research interest over the past three decades, and Language and Cognitive Processes provides a common focus for this enterprise. The journal is also interested in fostering the relationship between cognitive theoretical accounts of language and its neural bases, From 2009 two issues per year will be devoted to the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language to highlight the strong interest and growing influence of cognitive neuroscience methodologies.

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The journal emphasises the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of language. Apart from research in experimental and developmental psychology, Language and Cognitive Processes publishes work derived from linguistics, philosophy, cognitive neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience and computational modelling. Contributions are accepted in the form of experimental and observational studies, theoretical discussions, short notes and replies, and review articles. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are regularly published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers, either via the website below, or using the Order Form on page 40 of this catalogue. FORTHCOMING SPECIAL ISSUE Language Production: Sublexical, Lexical, and Supralexical Information Guest Editors: Jens Boelte, Matthew Goldrick and Pienie Zwitserlood Processing the Chinese Language Guest Editors: Xiaolin Zhou, Zheng Ye and Him Cheung, Hsuan-Chih Chen Papers in this special issue will report new, unpublished empirical research on cognitive/neural processes of the Chinese language, using either behavioural and/or cognitive neuroscience methods. CURRENT SPECIAL ISSUES Speech-accompanying Gestures Guest Editor: Dr. Sotaro Kita Volume 24, Issue 2 (January 2009) ISBN 978-1-84872-706-9 £34.95 $64.95 This forthcoming special issue will aim to provide the state-of-the art on the rapidly developing field of speech-accompanying gestures (typically performed by hands). We seek papers reporting quantitative studies on any aspects of speech-accompanying gestures, including developmental, neuropsychological, and neuroscientific studies. Cracking the Orthographic Code Guest Editors: Jonathan Grainger Volume 23, Issue 1 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84169-846-5 £49.95 $103.00 Taking a much broader approach to the subject than is usually possible, this special issue includes papers on the development of speech in childhood, adolescence and adulthood to determine how each group’s speech production is affected by one another. Language Production Guest Editors: Niels O. Schiller, Victor S. Ferreira and F.-Xavier Alario Volume 22, Issue 8 (2007) Paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-840-3 £29.95 $60.95 This special issue on language production is based on a selection of contributions to the Second International Workshop on Language Production held in August 2005 in Maastricht. The volume is an overview of new directions within language production research and includes papers on word selection and its modelling, the production of pauses in sentence production, the interaction between spontaneous gestures and speech, and changes in language production behaviour in ageing.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITORS Lorraine K. Tyler, Coordinating Editor, University of Cambridge, UK David Poeppel, Co-Editor, Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Section, New York University, USA Paul Bloom, Yale University, USA Jeff Bowers, University of Bristol, UK David Caplan, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA Manuel Carreiras, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain Gareth Gaskell, University of York Edward Gibson, MIT, Cambridge, USA Martin Pickering, University of Edinburgh, UK Michael Spivey, Cornell University, USA Patrick Sturt, University of Edinburgh, UK Pienie Zwitserlood, University of Münster, Germany EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD G. Altmann • E. Bates I. Bornkessel-Schlesewsky M. Brysbaert • C. Burani A. Caramazza • H.C. Chen E. Clark • H.H. Clark • M. Damian G. Dell • A. Deutsch • J. Elman V. Ferreira • J.A. Fodor J.D. Fodor K. Forster • R. Frost • A. Garnham M. Garrett S. Garrod • S. Gennari R. Hartsuiker • P. Johnson-Laird A. Karmiloff-Smith • M. Kutas W. Levelt • W. Marslen-Wilson J. McClelland • A. Meyer D. Mitchell D. Poeppel • D. Plaut K. Plunkett K. Rastle • M. Schwartz M. Shafto M. Steedman • P. Sturt M. Tanenhaus • X. Zhou ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Biosis; CINAHL Information Systems; Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences; DDAB; Ergonomics Abstracts; ERA; ERIC; Focus On: Cognitive Psychology; Linguistics Abstracts; MLA International Bibliography; PsycINFO; SCOPUS; Sociological Abstracts; SSCI.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Advance planning of form properties in the written production of single and multiple words: Markus F. Damian, Hans Stadthagen-Gonzalez Reading aloud pseudo-characters by individuals with acquired dyslexia: Evidence for lexically mediated processes in reading Chinese: Sam-Po Law, Brendan S. Weekes, Winsy Wong, Karen Chiu The role of neighbourhood density in transposed-letter priming: Sachiko Kinoshita, Anne Castles, Chris Davis Are CORNER and BROTHER morphologically complex? Not in the long term: Jay G. Rueckl, Karen A.Aicher Grammatical morpheme effects on sentence processing by school-aged adolescents with specific language impairment: Laurence B. Leonard, Carol A. Miller, Denise A. Finneran Neighbourhood density and frequency effects in speech production: A case for interactivity: Cristina Baus, Albert Costa, Manuel Carreiras Early decomposition in visual word recognition: dissociating morphology, form, and meaning: William D. Marslen-Wilson, Mirjana Bozic, Billi Randall

NEW SPECIAL SECTION ANNOUNCEMENT In 2009 Language and Cognitive Processes (LCP) will broaden its remit by publishing two additional issues a year devoted to the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language (co-edited by David Poeppel and Lorraine K. Tyler). The development of cognitive neuroscience methodologies has significantly broadened the empirical scope of experimental language studies. Both hemodynamic imaging and electrophysiological approaches provide new perspectives on the representation and processing of language, and add important constraints on the development of theoretical accounts of language function.

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CALL FOR PAPERS AND SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS In light of the strong interest in and growing influence of these new tools LCP will publish two issues a year on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language. All types of articles will be considered, including reviews, whose submission is encouraged. Submissions should exemplify the subject in its most straightforward sense: linking good cognitive science and good neuroscience to answer key questions about the nature of language and cognition. See below for manuscript submission instructions. Make sure your paper is clearly marked ‘Cognitive Neuroscience of Language’. MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Papers should consist of original work which has not been published or presently submitted elsewhere. All submissions should be made online at the Language and Cognitive Processes Manuscript Central site: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/plcp. New users should first create an account. Once a user is logged onto the site submissions should be made via the Author Centre. All submissions should be in Word format. Authors should stipulate whether their paper should be considered as a full paper, a position paper, a short paper, or a commentary. Short papers and commentaries should not exceed 3000 words (excluding bibliography). Papers will be reviewed by a minimum of two referees, at least one of whom will be a member of the Editorial Advisory Board. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the journal’s website (see foot of page 18).

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Language Learning and Development The official journal of the Society for Language Development (SLD) Language Learning and Development serves as a vehicle for interaction among the broad community of scholars and practitioners who investigate language learning, including language learning in infancy, childhood, and across the lifespan; language in both typical and atypical populations and in both native- and second-language learning. Language Learning and Development welcomes scholars who pursue diverse approaches to understanding all aspects of language acquisition, including biological, social, and cross-cultural influences, and who employ experimental, observational, ethnographic, comparative, neuroscientific, and formal methods of investigation. The journal is multidisciplinary and seeks to examine language development in all of its many guises. Among the many issues Language Learning and Development explores are biological versus environmental factors in language development; learning in humans versus animals; learning of signed versus spoken language; computer models of learning; and how neurotechnology and visualization of the brain inform our understanding of language learning and development. This journal will appeal to scholars in psychology, linguistics, computer science, cognitive science, education, speech and hearing sciences/communication disorders, and anthropology.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Language Learning and Development welcomes papers that take diverse approaches to the problem of language learning and development (including biological, cognitive, linguistic, social, and cross-cultural perspectives) and that employ whatever methods work to answer the question (e.g., experimental, observational, computational, ethnographic, comparative, neuroscience, or formal methods of investigation). Authors are encouraged to frame the facts they present in such a way that their significance for the language learning problem is clear, not only to those in the particular area, but to all readers. Papers will also need to articulate the assumptions on which they rest. To foster interdisciplinary exchange, we also welcome short commentaries on papers that appear in the journal to be published at the discretion of the editors. Submissions should be e-mailed to lld@uchicago.edu. Include in the e-mail the title of the paper, the authors, and the abstract. The preferred form of submission of the manuscript is a PDF file including all tables and figures, with special fonts (e.g., IPA) embedded. It is also possible to submit the manuscript and tables as a Word .doc or .rtf file, with figures in a separate file (see illustrations information below). After acceptance, a final version of the article will be required on diskette/CD as well as in hard copy. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 5 (2009) 4 issues per year ISSN Print: 1547-5441 ISSN Online: 1547-3341 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print only): 2009: ÂŁ51 / $85 / â‚Ź68 Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com /librarians. SOCIETY JOURNAL Members of the Society for Language Development receive a personal subscription to this journal as part of their membership. Find out more about the society at www.bcs.rochester.edu /sld. Email Journals@psypress.com for details.


Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago, USA ASSOCIATE EDITORS LouAnn Gerken, University of Arizona, USA EDITORIAL BOARD Laura Bosch • Melissa Bowerman • Anne Christophe • Michel DeGraff Ghislane Dehaene-Lambertz Katherine Demuth • Jill DeVilliers • Cynthia Fisher Nuria Sebastián Gallés Susan A. Gelman • Dedre Gentner Judith Gierut Rebecca Gómez • Geoffrey Hall • Marc Hauser • Jana Iverson • Barbara Landau Brian MacWhinney • Gary Marcus Nobuo Masataka Jessica Maye • Reiko Mazuka Richard Meier • James Morgan • David Plaut David Poeppel • Jenny Saffran • Ann Senghas Dan I. Slobin • Linda Smith Karin Stromswold • Daniel Swingley • Michael Tomasello Virginia Valian • Daniel Weiss Juergen Weissenborn • Amanda Woodward ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: PsycINFO/Psychological Abstracts; Family Index Database; Cabell' Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Educational Curriculum and Methods; and MLA International Bibliography.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Hard Words: Lila R. Gleitman, Kimberly Cassidy, Rebecca Nappa, Anna Papafragou, John C. Trueswell Regularizing Unpredictable Variation: The Roles of Adult and Child Learners in Language Formation and Change: Carla L. Hudson Kam, Elissa L. Newport Early Speech Perception and Later Language Development: Implications for the "Critical Period": Patricia K. Kuhl, Barbara T. Conboy, Denise Padden, Tobey Nelson, Jessica Pruitt Input Filtering in Syntactic Acquisition: Answers From Language Change Modeling: Lisa Pearl, Amy Weinberg If They're So Good at Grammar, Then Why Don't They Talk? Hints From Apes' and Humans' Use of Gestures: Michael Tomasello A Statistical Associative Account of Vocabulary Growth in Early Word Learning: Chen Yu Speech Segmentation in a Simulated Bilingual Environment: Daniel J. Weiss, Chip Gerfen, Aaron D. Mitchel RELATED BOOKS Coming Soon! Talking the Talk: Language, Psychology and Science Trevor Harley January 2010: 7x10: 272pp Hb: 978-1-84169-339-2: £39.95 $71.95 Pb: 978-1-84169-340-8: £17.50 $31.95 60-day examination copy available email: Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. The Psychology of Language: From Data to Theory, Third Edition Trevor Harley January 2008: 7½x10: 624pp Hb: 978-1-84169-381-1: £54.95 $105.00 Pb: 978-1-84169-382-8: £27.50 $45.00 60-day examination copy available email: Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. www.psypress.com/harley The Syllable in Speech Production: Perspectives on the Frame Content Theory Barbara Davis & Krisztina Zajdo (Eds.) February 2008: 6x9: 480pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5479-4: £110.00 $195.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5480-0: £49.99 $89.95 Situation Models and Levels of Coherence: Toward a Definition of Comprehension Isabelle Tapiero July 2007: 6x9: 224pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5550-0: £45.00 $69.95 Order books online, or use the Order Form on page 37 of this catalogue. RELATED JOURNALS Metaphor and Symbol - See page 24. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology - See page 28. RELATED LINKS www.psycholinguisticsarena.com

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Memory Impact Factor: 1.403 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) Memory publishes high quality papers in all areas of memory research. This includes experimental studies of memory (including laboratory-based research, everyday memory studies, and applied memory research), developmental, educational, neuropsychological, clinical and social research on memory. By representing all significant areas of memory research, the journal cuts across the traditional distinctions of psychological research. Memory therefore provides a unique venue for memory researchers to communicate their findings and ideas both to peers within their own research tradition in the study of memory, and also to the wider range of research communities with direct interest in human memory. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are regularly published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers, either via the website below, or using the Order Form on page 40 of this catalogue. Episodic Memory and Healthy Aging Guest Editors: Celine Souchay, Moshe Naveh-Benjamin and Chris Moulin Volume 17, Issue 2 (2009) ISBN 978-1-84872-708-3 £39.95 $64.00 This volume provides interesting and novel findings on different aspects of episodic memory, including patterns of decline and sparing, heterogeneity in older adults’ memory performance, and cognitive and non-cognitive factors that potentially improve older adults’ memory performance. From Individual to Collective Memory: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives Guest Editors: Amanda Barnier and John Sutton Volume 16, Issue 3 (2008) paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-582-6 £42.95 $84.95 The three major questions this issue addresses: (1) what is collective memory; (2) how do groups work to process information, especially memories; and (3) what are the pathways to, and between, individual and collective memory. New Insights in Trauma and Memory Guest Editors: Elke Geraerts and Marko Jelicic Volume 16 Issue 2 (February 2008) Paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-847-2 £42.95 $64.95 This special issue highlights studies examining remembering and forgetting in people who report having experienced traumatic events. Autobiographical Memory and Emotional Disorder Guest Editors: Tim Dalgleish and Chris R. Brewin Volume 15, Issue 3 (2007) Hardback ISBN 978-1-84169-833-5 £25.00 $49.95 For those suffering from emotional disorders such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or depression aspects of the personal past can dominate conscious experience in tenacious and toxic ways. This volume draws together the world’s leading theorists and researchers on these varied issues to provide a broad overview of the cutting-edge work in this field. Memory Editing Mechanisms Guest Editors: James Michael Lampinen and Timothy N. Odegard Volume 14, Issue 6 (2006) Paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-815-1 £35.95 $65.00 This special issue is devoted to an investigation of those mechanisms by which memory is edited for inaccuracies and inconsistencies.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Susan E. Gathercole, University of York, UK Martin A. Conway, University of Leeds,UK CONSULTING EDITORS Alan D. Baddeley York, UK Fergus I.M. Craik Toronto, Canada Henry L. Roediger III St. Louis, USA Daniel L. Schacter Cambridge, USA EDITORIAL BOARD Dorthe Berntsen Karl-Heinz Bäuml Steve Dewhurst David Gallo Reed Hunt Katherine Rawson Michelle Moulds ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Current Contents; Elsevier Science B.V.; Ergonomics Abstracts; Focus on Cognitive Psychology; MEDLINE; PsycBITE; PsycINFO; Research Alerts; SCOPUS; Social Sciences Citation Index, Sociological Abstracts.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Pictorial Encoding Effects and Memory Confusions in the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm: Evidence for the Activation of Spontaneous Imagery: Mary Ann Foley, Jeffrey Foy Differentiated Forgetting Rates of Spatial Knowledge in Humans in the Absence of Repeated Testing: Luca Latini Corazzini, Catherine Thinus-Blanc, Marie-Pascale Nesa, Giuliano Carlo Geminiani, Patrick Péruch When We Feel good and Bad About Ourselves: Self-esteem Memories Across Cultures: Zorana Ivcevic, David B. Pillemer, Qi Wang, Yubo Hou, Huizhen Tang, Tamara Mohoric, Vladimir Taksic Dissociating Word Stem Completion and Cued Recall as a Function of Divided Attention at Retrieval: A. J. Benjamin Clarke, Laurie T. Butler Manipulating Recall Vantage Perspective of Intrusive Memories in Dysphoria: Alishia D. Williams, Michelle L. Moulds “Hotspots” in Trauma Memories in the Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Replication: Nick Grey, Emily A. Holmes MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION The journal welcomes all forms of original work of a high quality on memory. In addition to full reports of research, short reports (for example, containing single experiments, or comments on other papers) will also be considered for publication, provided that they are of significant empirical or theoretical impact. Alternative forms of manuscript, such as theoretical papers or reviews, are also welcome if they are of a high standard of scholarship and originality. New manuscripts should be submitted in either Word or PDF files to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/pmem. If you wish to submit a revision of a manuscript that was not previously submitted through the Manuscript Central website, please send it and your covering letter to the editorial assistant, Duncan Nicholas, at reviews@psypress.co.uk. List the following information in the body of your covering letter: full contact details, the title of your article, the abstract, and whether you wish to submit the manuscript for publication as a regular article or as a brief report. All manuscripts must be accompanied by a statement confirming that it has not been previously published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Submission of a paper is taken as acceptance by the author that it contains nothing libellous or infringes copyright. When a paper is accepted for publication the copyright will belong to the publisher. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the journal’s website (see foot of page 22).

Call for Papers! Special Issue on Silence and Memory Memory researchers often focus on what is spoken, but silences are also important elements in memory. Recent work suggests that what is not told, not rehearsed, and not spoken has implications for later memory, self, and identity. Moreover, that work further suggests that those implications are evident for both individuals and groups. We are seeking contributions to a special issue of Memory considering the implications of silence for memory. We are interested in a wide range of contributions, ranging from laboratory and experimental work to theoretical considerations, and on phenomena ranging

from retrieval-induced forgetting to cultural and social factors that influence the nature of silences. Interested individuals should submit an electronic copy of their manuscript through our online submissions website at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/pmem (selecting ‘Silence and Memory’ as the manuscript type). All manuscripts will be subject to editorial and peer-review before acceptance for the special issue. If you have any questions about the special issue, contact the Guest Editors Monisha Pasupathi (monisha.pasupathi@psych.utah.edu) and Kate McLean (Kate.McLean@wwu.edu).

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Metaphor and Symbol Impact Factor: 1.040 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) This innovative journal is dedicated to the study of figurative language and the cognitive processes behind it. By applying a variety of perspectives to their investigations, contributors provide a broad spectrum of unique and thoughtprovoking articles - theoretical essays, original empirical research, and literature and book reviews. Its international editorial board is composed of scholars and experts in linguistics, education, artificial intelligence, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, and psychology. This journal appeals to the broad range of scholars and researchers in the field of metaphor.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Contributors should send three copies of their manuscripts by mail or one copy by E-mail (recommended) to Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., Editor, Metaphor and Symbol, Department of Psychology, University of California–Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, E-mail: gibbs@ucsc.edu. Manuscripts should be prepared according to the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). All manuscript copy should be double-spaced. The cover letter should include a complete mailing address for each author and the telephone number and E-mail address of the author to whom editorial correspondence is to be addressed.

PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 23 (2009) 4 issues per year ISSN Print: 1092-6488 ISSN Online: 1532-7868

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To set off printed figurative text from nonfigurative use of (a) italicization (underlining in manuscripts) for indicating emphasis, (b) quotation marks for indicating quotations, and (c) capitalization for indicating headings and subheadings, authors should abide by the following conventions: Any sentence or phrase in which a word or words are intended as figurative should be set in quoted lower-case italics (e.g., “My soul is an enchanted boat,” “to let the cat out of the bag,” etc.). What are called metaphor themes or metaphor formulas should be set in quoted upper-case italics (e.g., “LIFE IS A JOURNEY,” “LOVE IS INSANITY,” etc.), with italicization indicated by underlining in the manuscript. Subordinate instances of these two sample themes should be set in quoted lower-case italics (“Our relationship has come a long way” and “He was madly in love with her,” respectively). In experimental reports that involve figurative and nonfigurative material or stimulus items, figurative material should be set as indicated above; nonfigurative material (e.g., literal “control” sentences) should be set in unquoted italics (e.g., This is a literal sentence). Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA ASSOCIATE EDITORS Zoltán Kövecses Dedre Gentner Albert N. Katz Gerard Steen Ellen Winner BOOK REVIEW EDITORS Charles J. Forceville, University of Amsterdam, Dept. of Media Studies, Turfdraagsterpad 9, 1012 XT Amsterdam, The Netherlands Robert R. Hoffman, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, University of West Florida, 40 S. Alcaniz Street, Pensacola, FL 32501, USA ABSTRACTING & INDEXING This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: PsycINFO /Psychological Abstracts; ISI: Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Current Contents/Arts & Humanities; Linguistics Abstracts; MLA International Bibliography; Sociological Abstracts; MLA Directory of Periodicals; Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts; Cabell' Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Educational Psychology and Administration; EBSCOhost Products; Communication Abstracts.

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES The Journeys of Life: Examining a Conceptual Metaphor with Semantic and Episodic Memory Recall: Albert N. Katz, Tamsen E. Taylor X IS A JOURNEY: Embodied Simulation in Metaphor Interpretation: L. David Ritchie On Metaphors for Emotion: A Reply to Ayako Omori (2008): Zoltán Kövecses Hair of the Frog and other Empty Metaphors: The Play Element in Figurative Language: L. David Ritchie, Valrie Dyhouse Rembrandt's Creation of the Pictorial Metaphor of Self: Albert Rothenberg Emotion as a Huge Mass of Moving Water: Ayako Omori RELATED BOOKS Coming Soon! The Psychology of Communication Zazie Todd January 2010: 232pp Hb: 978-1-84169-693-5: £39.95 $71.95 Pb: 978-1-84169-694-2: £19.95 $35.95 60-day examination copy available: email Julie.Norton@informa.com to request yours. Irony in Language and Thought: A Cognitive Science Reader Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr. & Herbert L. Colston (Eds.) May 2007: 6x9: 624pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6061-0: £45.00 $80.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6062-7: £18.99 $34.95 From Inkmarks to Ideas: Current Issues in Lexical Processing Sally Andrews (Ed.) October 2006: 6x9: 392pp Hb: 978-1-84169-607-2: £49.95 $90.00 Order books online, or use the Order Form on page 37 of this catalogue. RELATED JOURNAL Language and Cognitive Processes - See page 18. RELATED LINK www.psycholinguisticsarena.com

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Neurocase The Neural Basis of Cognition Impact Factor: 1.505 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) Neurocase is a rapid response journal of both adult and child case studies in neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology. Four types of manuscript are considered for publication: single case investigations that bear directly on issues of relevance to theoretical issues or brain-behavior relationships; group studies of subjects with brain dysfunction that address issues relevant to the understanding of human cognition; reviews of important topics in the domains of neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology; and brief reports (up to 2500 words) that replicate previous reports dealing with issues of considerable significance. Topic reviews are included in most issues. Neurocase also maintains a database that includes all patients reported in the journal as well as an extensive listing of patients that have been identified in topic reviews published in the journal. The database includes information regarding lesion location, methods of assessment and primary diagnosis of interest for all patients. SPECIAL ISSUE Neuroscience and Crime Guest Editor: Hans Markowitsch Volume 14, Issue 1, June 2008, Paperback ISBN 978-1-84169-854-0 £9.95 $35.95 MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Manuscripts should be submitted to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/nncs If you wish to view details of a paper which you submitted previously, or you have any other queries regarding papers submitted to the previous site, please contact the journals editorial assistant, Duncan Nicholas, at reviews@psypress.co.uk Each manuscript must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher. All parts of the manuscript should be typewritten, double-spaced, with margins of at least one inch on all sides. Number manuscript pages consecutively throughout the paper. Authors should also supply a shortened version of the title suitable for the running head, not exceeding 50 character spaces. Each article should be summarized in an abstract of not more than 100 words. Avoid abbreviations, diagrams, and reference to the text in the abstract. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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PUBLICATION DETAILS Volume 15 (2009) 6 issues per year ISSN Print: 1355-4794 ISSN Online: 1465-3656 SUBSCRIPTIONS Personal (print only): 2009: £251 / $417 / €333 Subscribe to this journal online or using the form on page 40. Institutional (print / online access): For library or institutional access go to www.informaworld.com /librarians. Email Journals@psypress.com for details.


Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITORS Bruce L. Miller University of California, USA

RECENT AND FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Dissociation Between Nonpropositional and Propositional Speech: A Single Case Study: Paola Marangolo, Dario Marin, Fabrizio Piras

Hans J. Markowitsch University of Bielefeld, Germany

Effect of Propranolol on Verbal Problem Solving in Autism Spectrum Disorder: David Q. Beversdorf, Allen L. Carpenter, Regan F. Miller, Jacquelyne S. Cios, Ashleigh Hillier

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Indre Viskontas, University of California, San Francisco, USA

Rehabilitation of Gesture Imitation: A Case Study with fMRI: Anna Maria Barbarulo, Sabina Pappatà, Gianfranco Puoti, Anna Prinster, Dario Grossi, Roberto Cotrufo, Marco Salvatore, Luigi Trojano

EDITORIAL BOARD Marlene Behrmann Alfonso Caramazza Max Coltheart Mark D'Esposito John Hart Kenneth Heilman Michael D. Kopelman Matt A. Lambon Ralph Jason B. Mattingley Joel E. Morgan Stewart H. Mostofsky Tim Shallice Don T. Stuss Elizabeth K. Warrington Richard Wise ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Chemical Abstracts; CINAHL; EMBASE; MEDLINE; Neuroscience Citation Index; PsycINFO; Research Alerts; SciSearch.

fMRI of Alcohol Craving After Individual Cues: A follow-up Case Report: Stephanie Kunz, Thomas Beblo, Martin Driessen, Friedrich Woermann Word Deafness as a Cortical Auditory Processing Deficit: A Case Report with MEG: Silke Jörgens, Katja Biermann-Ruben, Martin W. Kurz, Claudia Flügel, Kathinka Daehli Kurz, Christina Antke, Hans-Peter Hartung, Rüdiger J. Seitz, Alfons Schnitzler

RELATED BOOKS Neuropsychology of Malingering Casebook Jerry J. Sweet & Joel E. Morgan (Eds.) November 2008: 7x10: 696pp Hb: 978-1-84169-478-8: £55.00 $89.95 AACN/Psychology Press Continuing Education Series

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Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Published for the Experimental Psychology Society Impact Factors: 2.449 & 4.667 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports

2008®) Previously published in two sections, Human Experimental Psychology (Section A) and Comparative and Physiological Psychology (B) the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology merged in 2006 to form a single journal. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (QJEP) is a leading international journal that publishes original articles on any topic within the field of experimental psychology. The journal publishes Short Articles (under 4,000 words) as well as substantial experimental reports. Authoritative Review Articles and Theoretical Papers are also welcome. The journal offers an Open Access option, approved by the Wellcome Trust and other funders. The journal is keen to encourage submissions across a broad range of areas in experimental psychology, including those reporting work on human and animal subjects. Manuscripts including the use of functional brain imaging are also encouraged, as are papers reporting computational modelling of behavioural data. QJEP offers a competitive publication time-scale. Accepted Short Articles have priority in the publication, and usually appear within a few months. Full articles appear on-line, through the iFirst system, making them available to readers several months prior to paper publication.

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Grounding Cognition in Perception and Action Guest Editors: Martin Fischer and Rolf A. Zwaan Volume 61, Issue 6 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84169-843-4 £24.95 $47.95 This collection of papers is a timely and exciting document that highlights the benefits and advantages of a multi-disciplinary investigation of human cognition. Cognitive Gerontology Guest Editor: Patrick Rabbitt Volume 58, Issue 1 (January 2008 - updated edition) ISBN 978-1-84169-981-3 £59.95 $107.95 Highlights the important practical and theoretical advances in the understanding of the impact of changes in the ageing brain on the ageing of our cognition. Neurocognitive Approaches to Developmental Disorders: A Festschrift for Uta Frith Guest Editors: Dorothy V.M. Bishop, Margaret J. Snowling and SarahJayne Blakemore Volume 61, Issue 1 (December 2007) ISBN 978-1-84169-839-7 £30.00 $60.95 Uta Frith has been an outstandingly influential figure in the field of developmental neuropsychology for over 40 years, and is internationally renowned for her work on developmental cognitive disorders. Her scholarly influence has defined contemporary research on atypical development, notably in the fields of autism and dyslexia. Human Contingency Learning: Recent Trends in Research and Theory Guest Editors: Tom Beckers, Jan de Houwer and Helena Matute Volume 60, Issue 3 (March 2007) ISBN 978-1-84169-824-3 £39.95 $71.95 Attests to the richness and diversity of current research on human contingency learning and identifies key issues to be addressed in future research. SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES

Interpreting conjunctions: Lewis Bott, Steven Frisson, Gregory L. Murphy Think, Blink or Sleep On It? The Impact of modes of Thought on Complex Decision Making: Ben R. Newell, Kwan Yao Wong, Jeremy C. H. Cheung, Tim Rakow Exploring the time course of semantic interference and associative priming in the picture-word interference task: Kevin Sailor, Patricia J. Brooks, Paul R. Bruening, Liat Seiger-Gardner, Mark Guterman Valuing intervention and observation: David W. Green, David E. Over Processing ambiguous Spanish se in a minimal chain: Enrique Meseguer, Carlos Acuña-Fariña, Manuel Carreiras The Role of Attention During Retrieval in Working-memory Span: A DualTask Study: M. Karl Healey, Akira Miyake Surface but not volumetric part structure mediates three-dimensional shape representation: Evidence from part-whole priming: E. Charles Leek, Irene Reppa, Elly Rodriguez, Martin Arguin

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Social Neuroscience Now selected for inclusion in the Science Citation Index (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) Social Neuroscience features original empirical articles that examine how the brain mediates social cognition, interpersonal exchanges, affective/cognitive group interactions, and related topics that deal with social/personality psychology. The goal of the journal is to provide a place to publish empirical articles that intend to further our understanding of the role of the central nervous system in the development and maintenance of social behaviors. Submissions from all branches of neuroscience are encouraged, including (but not limited to) bio/neuropsychology, evolution, psychiatry, neurology, and neuroscience. Further, submissions that have brain-based empirical data in the fields of social and cognitive psychology, including social cognitive neuroscience, philosophy, or other humanities areas are encouraged. Articles published in Social Neuroscience cover all neuroscience techniques including neuroimaging methods (e.g., fMRI, PET, ERP, TMS), as well as more traditional neuroscience techniques (e.g., animal studies, case studies, psychiatric populations, post-mortem studies, pharmaceutical, agonist /antagonist). Social Neuroscience does not publish articles that report only behavioral data. The journal focuses on both molar (i.e., regional cortical localization, neural networks) and molecular (i.e., neurotransmitter) research. All social behaviors are covered including all aspects of inter- and intra-personal relationships. Both environmental and genetic influences are presented. Abnormal behaviors and populations are focused on in terms of understanding social/brain relationships. Language, memory, attention and perception are appropriate topics if they relate to specific social behaviors or cognitions. Studies that approach social neuroscience from an environmental or genetic approach are equally appropriate, and related topics that deal with the interface of neuroscientific and social/personality investigations. SPECIAL ISSUES The Mirror Neuron System Guest Editors: Christian Keysers and Luciano Fadiga Volume 3, Issues 3-4 (2008) ISBN: 978-1-84169-865-6 £49.95 $89.95 This special issue collects some of the most representative works on the mirror-neuron system to give a panoramic view on current research and to stimulate new experiments in this exciting field. MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Authors are encouraged to submit papers electronically to expedite the peer review process. Please email your paper, saved in a standard document format type such as Word or PDF, to Duncan.Nicholas@psypress.co.uk. You may also contact the Editorial Assistant by phone on (0)20 7017 7730. Social Neuroscience articles have a maximum limit of 9000 words. This 9000 words is to include main text and references, but excludes title, author's contact details, abstract, figures, tables, captions and footnotes. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the website below.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Professor Jean Decety University of Chicago, USA ASSOCIATE EDITORS David Amodio • John Bargh Simon Baron-Cohen • James Blair • Sarah-Jayne Blakemore Olaf Blanke • John T. Cacioppo • Turhan Canli James A. Coan • William A. Cunningham • Anthony S. David • Luciano Fadiga Susan T. Fiske • Shaun Gallagher • Giorgio Ganis Joshua Greene • Ruben Gur Peter W. Halligan • Shihui Han • Marc Hauser • Todd F. Heatherton • Marco Iacoboni • Michael Inzlicht • Tiffany Ito • Ryuta Kawashima Julian Keenan • Christian Keysers • Gunther Knoblich Stephen M. Kosslyn • Claus Lamm • Bertram F. Malle Jorge Moll • Lawrence M. Parsons Tomas Paus • David Perrett Joëlle Proust • Kinh Luan Phan • Rebecca Saxe Simone G. Shamay-Tsoory Valerie Stone • Kai Vogeley ABSTRACTING & INDEXING This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition; MEDLINE; Neuroscience Citation Index; PsycINFO; Science Citation Index (SciSearch)

SPECIAL ISSUES continued Interpersonal Sensitivity Guest Editors: Jean Decety and Daniel Batson Volume 2, Issues 3-4 (2007) ISBN 978-1-84169-838-0 £39.95 $70.00 Brings togther new research findings from empirical studies, including work with adults and children, genetics, functional neuroimaging, individual differences, and behavioral measures, which examine how we process and respond to information about our fellow individuals. Theory of Mind Guest Editors: Rebecca Saxe and Simon Baron-Cohen Volume 1, Issues 3-4 (2006) ISBN 978-1-84169-816-8 £49.95 $88.00 The articles in this special issue use a wide range of techniques and subject populations to address fundamental questions about the cognitive and neural structure of theory of mind.

RECENT AND FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Sharing Secrets: Oxytocin and Trust in Schizophrenia: Szabolcs Kéri, Imre Kiss, Oguz Kelemen Types of Deception Revealed by Individual Differences in Cognitive Abilities: Charity J. Morgan, Julia B. Lesage, Stephen M. Kosslyn Atypical Frontal-posterior Synchronization of Theory of Mind Regions in Autism During Mental State Attribution: Rajesh K. Kana, Timothy A. Keller, Vladimir L. Cherkassky, Nancy J. Minshew, Marcel Adam Just Emotional States Influence the Neural Processing of Affective Language: Nikki L. Pratt, Spencer D. Kelly Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Temporally Distinct Responses to Emotional Facial Expressions: Brian W. Haas, R. Todd Constable, Turhan Canli Towards Clinical Trials of Lie Detection with fMRI: J.G. Hakun, K. Ruparel, D. Seelig, E. Busch, J.W. Loughead, R.C. Gur, D.D. Langleben

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COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE EDITOR Jamie Ward, University of Sussex, UK Launching in 2010, Cognitive Neuroscience aims to publish high quality empirical and theoretical papers on any topic in the field of cognitive neuroscience including, but not limited to: perception, attention, memory, language, action, decision-making, emotions, and social cognition. See the journal’s website for further details and submission instructions:

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Thinking & Reasoning Impact Factor: 1.097 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) Thinking & Reasoning is an international journal dedicated to the understanding of human thought processes, with particular emphasis on studies on reasoning. Whilst the primary focus is on psychological studies of thinking, contributions are welcome from philosophers, artificial intelligence researchers and other cognitive scientists whose work bears upon the central concerns of the journal. Topics published in the journal include studies of deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, problem solving, decision making, probability judgement, conceptual thinking and the influence of language and culture on thought. Papers will be accepted for publication on the basis of scientific quality, clarity of exposition and contribution to theoretical understanding of human thinking. Contributions may take any of the following forms: • Empirical studies using any methodology appropriate to questions addressed, including experimental or observational methods and utilising either quantitative or qualitative analyses. • Theoretical contributions pertinent to issues in the empirical study of human thought but not reporting new data. • Critical reviews of research literatures which synthesise findings reported by different authors and which derive new insights or permit conclusions which enhance understanding of theoretical issues. • Critical discussion of papers published in Thinking & Reasoning and short reports or notes on other relevant issues. • Essay-style extended book reviews, for books of unusual interest to the readership. Normally commissioned, but proposals can be sent to the editor. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are occasionally published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers. Judgment and Choice: Perspectives on the Work of Daniel Kahnerman Guest Editors: David A. Lagnado and Daniel Read Volume 13, Issue 1 (February 2007) ISBN 978-1-84169-825-0 £29.95 $53.95 This special issue presents ongoing research inspired by both Kahneman and Tversky. It covers many of the central themes – the heuristics and biases of judgment and prediction, framing effects, assessments and predictions of utility – that made their work so innovative. Development and Reasoning Guest Editors: Henry Markovits and Pierre Barouillet Volume 10, Issue 2 (April 2004) ISBN 978-1-84169-979-0 £19.75 $32.95 The study of deductive reasoning is one of the key areas in cognitive psychology. This issue presents some of the more important developmental perspectives on the development of reasoning. SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES On the Failure of Cognitive Ability to Predict Myside and One-sided Thinking Biases: Keith E. Stanovich, Richard F. West What Makes Us Believe a Conditional? The Roles of Covariation and Causality: Klaus Oberauer, Andrea Weidenfeld, Katrin Fischer The Structure and Function of Spontaneous Analogising in Domain-based Problem Solving: Christopher R. Bearman, Linden J. Ball, Thomas C. Ormerod Use of Heuristics: Insights from Forecasting Research: Nigel Harvey

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Visit www.thinking-and-reasoning-arena.com for our full range of thinking and reasoning journals, books and other resources. EDITOR Jonathan St. B.T. Evans, Centre for Thinking and Language, Department of Psychology, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, UK ASSOCIATE EDITORS Ken Gilhooly, University of Hertfordshire, UK Ben Newell, University of New South Wales, Australia David Over, Durham University, UK Valerie Thompson, University of Saskatchewan, Canada EDITORIAL BOARD Maya Bar-Hillel • Patricia Cheng • Michael Doherty • David Green Vittorio Girotto • Simon Handley • Nigel Harvey Keith Holyoak • Philip Johnson-Laird • Daniel Kahneman • Henry Markovits • Ken Manktelow • Raymond Nickerson • Mike Oaksford • Dan Sperber Keith Stanovich ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Current contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences; Elsevier Sciences B.V.; EMBASE; Ergonomic Abstracts; ISI Alerting Services; PsycINFO; SCOPUS; Social Science Citation Index; Social Scisearch.

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Papers should consist of original work not previously published or presently submitted elsewhere. Authors are encouraged to submit papers electronically to expedite the peer review process. Please email your paper, saved in a standard document format type such as Word or PDF, to reviews@psypress.co.uk. You may also contact the Editorial Assistant by phone on (0)2070 177 730. Your covering email/letter must include full contact details (including email), the title of the journal, and the title of your article. All manuscripts should be submitted in American Psychological Association (APA) format following the latest edition of Publication Manual of the APA (currently 5th edition). Papers will be reviewed by a minimum of two referees. Open Peer Review is the preferred process of operation for Thinking & Reasoning but it is not mandatory. If an author wishes to have his or her manuscript reviewed blind, the manuscript should be prepared in such a way that after detachment of the title page no clues remain as to the identity of the author. Additionally, a request for blind review should be included in a covering letter. Copyright. It is a condition of publication that authors vest or license copyright in their articles, including abstracts, in Psychology Press, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa business. This enables us to ensure full copyright protection and to disseminate the article, and the journal, to the widest possible readership in print and electronic formats as appropriate. Authors may, of course, use the material elsewhere after publication providing that prior permission is obtained from Taylor & Francis. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources. To view the Copyright Transfer Frequently Asked Questions please visit www.tandf.co.uk/journals/copyright.asp. The publishers strongly encourage the submission of final, accepted manuscripts on disk (accompanied by hard copy). Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the journal’s website (see foot of page 32).

RELATED BOOKS Coming Soon! Mathematical Reasoning Raymond Nickerson January 2010: 6x9: 352pp Hb: 978-1-84872-827-1: £37.50 $69.95 Judging Merit Warren Thorngate et al. November 2008: 6x9: 200pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5835-8: £37.50 $69.95 Straight Choices: The Psychology of Decision Making Benjamin R. Newell, David Lagnado & David Shanks June 2007: 6x9: 264pp Hb: 978-1-84169-588-4: £29.95 $53.95 Order books online, or use the Order Form on page 37 of this catalogue.

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Visual Cognition Impact Factor: 1.727 (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®) Visual Cognition publishes new empirical research that increases theoretical understanding of human visual cognition. Studies may be concerned with any aspect of visual cognition such as perceptual organization; Object, face, and scene recognition; visual attention and search; short-term and long-term visual memory; visual word recognition and reading; eye movement control and active vision; dynamic vision; and visual imagery. The typical study will use behavioral methods, but papers reporting studies of alternative populations or based on methods such as neuroimaging (e.g., fMRI, ERP, MEG) or modeling (computational or mathematical) that bear on visual cognition are also published. Articles take two forms. Full Articles typically involve multiple experiments and a relatively in-depth discussion of the theoretical implications of the work. There are no length restrictions though authors should strive for brevity. Brief Articles report new and unexpected empirical findings of broad interest and will be favored for novelty of approach or method. Manuscripts submitted as Brief Articles will receive a simple accept or reject disposition in the shortest possible time, and when accepted will receive priority for publication. Brief Articles have a maximum of 3000 words including abstract, notes, captions, and appendices, but excluding bibliography. The bibliography for a Brief Article should not exceed 30 references, and figures and tables should be used sparingly. A word count should be included on the title page. SPECIAL ISSUES Issues devoted to a single topic are occasionally published in this journal; these are sent free to subscribers in that year, and are also available to purchase separately as books for non-subscribers. See the Order Form on page 40. Visual Search and Attention Guest Editors: Hermann Muller and Joseph Krummenacher Vol 14, Issues 4/5/6/7 (September 2006) Hardback 978-1-84169-806-9 £95.00 $170.00 This special issue collects some 30 articles on Visual Search and Attention by leading experts from a variety of disciplines, including experimental psychology, neuropsychology, neurophysiology and computational modelling. Age of Acquisition Effects in Word and 0bject Processing Guest Editors: Chris Barry and Robert Johnston Vol 13, Issues 7/8 (June 2006) Hardback 978-1-84169-804-5 £50.00 $90.00 Covers the lively ongoing debate about the operation of AoA and word frequency in word and object processing, and how these effects might be modelled in connectionist architectures.

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Visit www.cognitivepsychologyarena.com for our full range of Cognition Psychology journals, books and other resources. EDITOR John M. Henderson University of Edinburgh, UK

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES The Role of Reentrant Processes in Feature Binding: Evidence From Neuropsychology and TMS on Late Onset Illusory Conjunctions: Wouter Braet, Glyn W. Humphreys

ASSOCIATE EDITORS Charles L. Folk Villanova University, USA Alan Kingstone University of British Columbia, Canada James Tanaka University of Victoria, Canada

Face Adaptation to Gender: Does Adaptation Transfer Across Age Categories?: Susan E. Barrett, Alice J. O'Toole

CONSULTING EDITORS James R. Brockmole • Laura Carlson • Kyle R. Cave Marvin M. Chun • James T. Enns • John M. Findlay Steven L. Franconeri Bradley S. Gibson • Robert D. Gordon • Jukka Hyonav David E. Irwin • Arthur F. Kramer • Stephen R. Mitroff Cathleen M. Moore Alexander Pollatsek • Mary C. Potter • Jay Pratt • Keith Rayner • Erik D. Reichle Eyal Reingold • Bruno Rossionv • Thomas Sanocki Brian Scholl • Daniel J. Simons • Michael J. Tarr Benjamin Tatler • Jan Theeuwes • Shaun P. Vecera Carrick C. Williams • Geoffrey F. Woodman • Jeremy M. Wolfe ABSTRACTING INFORMATION This journal is abstracted and indexed in the following publications and databases: Biobase; Communication Abstracts; Current Contents; EMBASE; Ergonomics Abstracts; INSPEC; LLBA; PsycINFO; Research Alerts; SCOPUS; Social Science Citation Index; Social SciSearch; Social Services Abstracts.

When an Object is More Than a Binding of its Features: Evidence for Two Mechanisms of Visual Feature Integration: Bernhard Hommel, Lorenza S. Colzato Learned Prediction Affects Body Perception: Benjamin Balas, Pawan Sinha Training Attention: Interactions Between Central Cues and Reflexive Attention: Michael D. Dodd, Daryl Wilson Building Visual Representations: The Binding of Relative Spatial Relations Across Time: Jennifer D. Ryan, Christina Villate MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION Articles take two forms. Full Articles typically involve multiple experiments and a relatively in-depth discussion of the theoretical implications of the work. There are no length restrictions though authors should strive for brevity. Brief Articles report new and unexpected empirical findings of broad interest and will be favored for novelty of approach or method. Manuscripts submitted as Brief Articles will receive a simple accept or reject disposition in the shortest possible time, and when accepted will receive priority for publication. Brief Articles have a maximum of 3000 words including abstract, notes, captions, and appendices, but excluding bibliography. The bibliography for a Brief Article should not exceed 30 references, and figures and tables should be used sparingly. A word count should be included on the title page. Please email your paper to the editorial assistant, saved in a standard document format type such as Word or PDF, at Camilla.Barnard@psypress.co.uk. Your covering email/letter must include full contact details (including email), the title of the journal to which you are submitting, the title of your article and whether the manuscript is submitted as a Brief Article or a Full Article. A word count should be included for Brief Articles. All manuscripts must be accompanied by a statement confirming that it has not been previously published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts should be submitted in American Psychological Association (APA) format following the latest edition of Publication Manual of the APA (currently 5th edition). Papers will be reviewed by a minimum of two referees. Copyright: It is a condition of publication that authors assign copyright or license the publication rights in their articles, including abstracts, to Taylor & Francis. This enables us to ensure full copyright protection and to disseminate the article, and of course the Journal, to the widest possible readership in print and electronic formats as appropriate. Authors retain many rights under the Taylor & Francis rights policies, which can be found at www.informaworld.com/authors_journals_copyright_position. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources. Before submitting, read the Instructions for Authors at the journal’s website (see foot of page 34).

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Research Methods Journals

Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspective EDITORS Mark Wilson, University of California, Berkeley, USA Paul DeBoeck, K.U. Leuven, Belgium Pamela Moss, University of Michigan, USA

Multivariate Behavioral Research

Structural Equation Modeling

The journal of the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology

2007 Impact Factor 3.051 – First in Two Categories! (© Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports 2008®)

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Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal publishes theoretical and applied scholarly work from all academic disciplines interested in structural equation modeling. These include, but are not limited to, psychology, sociology, educational research, political science, economics, management, and business/marketing.

Joseph Lee Rodgers University of Oklahoma

Measurement is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of measurement in the human sciences. Each issue of the journal features a focus article, along with commentaries that embody dialogue and debate across multiple perspectives. The journal's overarching theme is to promote the development, critique, and enrichment of the concepts and practices of measurement. Through peer commentary and authors'responses, Measurement provides an opportunity for discussion that is largely unavailable outside the specific authors and reviewers of a particular manuscript.

Multivariate Behavioral Research is an outstanding applied research journal dedicated to the development, evaluation, and application of new and innovative approaches to quantitative methods. Statistical and mathematical models provide the basic support structure for behavioral and social science research. MBR is at the cutting edge in publishing articles on new methodological approaches and innovative applications of existing methodology.

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Simulating Multivariate Nonnormal Data Using an Iterative Algorithm: John Ruscio, Walter Kaczetow

Lead Article: Historical Perspectives on Invariant Measurement, Guttman, Rasch, and Mokken: George Engelhard Jr. Commentary: Other Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Invariance in Measurement: William P. Fisher Jr. Model-Implied Invariance in Psychometrics, Be Skeptical When Theory Suggests Data are not Needed: Roger E. Millsap A Note on Measurement Scales and Statistical Testing: Rob R. Meijer, Sebie J. Oosterloo Invariance, Artifact, and the Psychological Setting of Rasch's Model, Comments on Engelhard: Joel Michell A Commentary on Historical Perspectives on Invariant Measurement, Guttman, Rasch, and Mokken: R.J. De Ayala Rejoinder: Continuing the Dialogue on Invariant Measurement: George Engelhard Jr. Full details, subscription rates, notes for authors, submission procedures and full online contents available at: www.psypress.com/measurement

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Sample Size Calculation for Estimating or Testing a Nonzero Squared Multiple Correlation Coefficient: K. Krishnamoorthy, Yanping Xia Item Selection for the Development of Short Forms of Scales Using an Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm: Walter L. Leite, I-Chan Huang, George A. Marcoulides Postmodeling Sensitivity Analysis to Detect the Effect of Missing Data Mechanisms: Mortaza Jamshidian, Matthew Mata Detecting Outliers in Factor Analysis Using the Forward Search Algorithm: Dimitris Mavridis, Irini Moustaki Investigating Ceiling Effects in Longitudinal Data Analysis: Lijuan Wang, Zhiyong Zhang, John J. McArdle, Timothy A. Salthouse Full details, subscription rates, notes for authors, submission procedures and full online contents available at:

George A. Marcoulides University of California, Riverside

SELECTED RECENT ARTICLES Comparisons of Four Methods for Estimating a Dynamic Factor Model: Zhiyong Zhang, Ellen L. Hamaker, John R. Nesselroade A Graphical Method for Assessing the Identification of Linear Structural Equation Models: Paolo Eusebi Coding and Centering of Time in Latent Curve Models in the Presence of Interindividual Time Heterogeneity: Shelley A. Blozis, Young Il Cho A Note on the Use of Missing Auxiliary Variables in Full Information Maximum LikelihoodBased Structural Equation Models: Craig K. Enders Testing Time-Invariance of Variable Specificity in Repeated Measure Designs Using Structural Equation Modeling: Tenko Raykov, Yasuo Amemiya Avoiding and Correcting Bias in Score-Based Latent Variable Regression With Discrete Manifest Items: Irene R.R. Lu, D. Roland Thomas Full details, subscription rates, notes for authors, submission procedures and full online contents available at: www.psypress.com/sem Published by Psychology Press.

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