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Fri 26 Jun 1992

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  1. "Stevan Harnad", The Frame Problem: PSYC Book Review Call (Ford/Hayes)

Message 1: The Frame Problem: PSYC Book Review Call (Ford/Hayes)

Date: Thu, 25 Jun 92 17:50:15 EDThe Frame Problem: PSYC Book Review Call (Ford/Hayes)
From: "Stevan Harnad" <harnadPrinceton.EDU>
Subject: The Frame Problem: PSYC Book Review Call (Ford/Hayes)

Call For Multiple Book Reviews: Ford/Hayes: "The Frame Problem"

PSYCOLOQUY is calling for multiple electronic book reviews. Qualified
professionals from the spectrum of disciplines covered by PSYCOLOQUY
(psychology, the cognitive sciences, neuroscience, behavioral and
evolutionary biology, computer science, linguisitics and philosophy)
are invited to submit reviews (~500 lines) on the volume below (or on
other books you would like to see reviewed in PSYCOLOQUY). All
submissions are subject to editorial review.

If book authors wish to submit a summary of their recent books and to
send review copies to the PSYCOLOQUY editorial office, a Call for
Reviewers like this one will be posted, and the copies will be
distributed to selected reviewers. Note that what appears below is just
a brief synopsis of an edited volume, and hence will NOT be archived
but will only appear in PSYC's newsletter section; if a monograph's
authors submit an article-length author's Precis, however (~500 lines),
it will be refereed and may appear in the archival journal portion of
PSYCOLOQUY.

For the article below, please let us know if you wish to review it,
indicating your qualifications (and including a CV). If you already
have the book and wish to submit a review directly without checking
first, that is fine too (but publication is in no case guaranteed).

Send queries and reviews to:
 psycpucc.bitnet or psycpucc.princeton.edu
or to: sci.psychology.digest (Usenet)
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