Determinism papers

 

Here is a list of items concerning determinism and reductionism

 

Adams, M. (2006) Hybridizing Habitus and Reflexivity: Towards an Understanding of Contemporary Identity? Sociology, 40(3): 511–528

 

Andrews, K. (2008) It’s in your nature: a pluralistic folk psychology, Synthese, 165: 13–29.

 

Ariely, D. & Cameron, Z. (2000) Gestalt Characteristics of Experiences: The Defining Features of Summarized Events, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 13: 191-201.

 

Barendregt M. and van Rappard J.F.H (2004) Reductionism Revisited: On the Role of Reduction in Psychology, Theory and Psychology 14(4): 453–474.

 

Avdi, E. (2005) Negotiating a pathological identity in the clinical dialogue: Discourse analysis of a family therapy, Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice , 78: 493–511

 

Bering, J. (2006) The folk psychology of souls, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29: 453-498.

 

Blanchard, S. (2006) Obscurantist Holism Versus Clear-Cut Analysis: Will Anthropology Obviate the Biology-Culture Divide?, Dialectical Anthropology, 30: 1–25.

 

Couture, S.J. (2006) Transcending a Differend: Studying Therapeutic Processes Conversationally, Contemporary Family Therapy, 28: 285–302.

 

Colman, A.M. (2003) Cooperation, psychological game theory, and limitations of rationality in social interaction, The Behavioural and brain Sciences, 26: 139–198.

 

Crow, T.J. (2008) The emperors of the schizophrenia polygene have no clothes, Psychological Medicine, 38: 1681–1685.

 

Dunn, K.M., Cherkas, L.F. and Spector, T.D. (2005) Genetic influences on variation in female orgasmic function: a twin study, Biology Letters, 1, (3): 260-263

 

Ehrenstein, W.H., Spillman, L. and Sarris, V. (2003) Gestalt issues in modern neuroscience, Axiomathes 13: 433–458.

 

Fehr, C. (2004) Feminism and Science: Mechanism Without Reductionism, National Women’s Studies Association Journal, 16, (1): 136-156.

 

Fullagar S (2009) Negotiating the Neurochemical Self: Anti-Depressant Consumption in Women’s Recovery from Depression. Health: 13, (4): 389–406.

 

Furnham, A. (2009) Psychiatric and Psychotherapeutic Literacy: Attitudes To, and Knowledge of, Psychotherapy, International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 55: 525-537.

 

Geisinger, J. (2010) Free Will and Education, Journal of Philosophy of Education, 44, (4): 515-528.

 

Gomes, G. (2007) Free Will, the Self, and the Brain, Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 25: 221–234.

 

Grim, P. (2007) Free Will in Context: A Contemporary Philosophical Perspective, Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 25: 183–201

 

Hwang, K.K. & Chang, J. (2009) Self-Cultivation: Culturally Sensitive Psychotherapies in Confucian Societies, The Counseling Psychologist, 37, (7): 1010-1032.

 

Job, V., Dweck, C.S. and Walton, G.M. (2010) Ego Depletion—Is It All in Your Head? Implicit Theories About Willpower Affect Self-Regulation, Psychological Science, 21, (11): 1686–1693.

 

Kalant, H. (2009) What neurobiology cannot tell us about addiction, Addiction, 105: 780–789.

 

Kashima, Y., Bain, P., Haslam, N., Peters, K., Laham, S., Whelan, J., Bastian, B., Loughnan, S., Kaufmann, L., and Fernando, J. (2009) Folk theory of social change, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 12: 227–246.

 

Kauffman, S. & Clayton, P. (2006) On emergence, agency, and organization, Biology and Philosophy, 21:501-521.

 

Kerr, A. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (2000) On Ambivalence and Risk: Reflexive Modernity and the New Human Genetics, Sociology. 34, (2): 283–304.

 

Kockelman, P. (2006) Agent, person, subject, self, Semiotica 162: 1-18.

 

Llorens, M. (2009) The Search for a Politically Reflective Clinical-Community Approach, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43:100–110.

 

Martens, W.H.J. (2007) Free Will and Psychosis: Theoretical and Therapeutic Implications, Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 37: 95-10.

 

Meynen, G. (2010)  Free will and mental disorder: Exploring the relationship, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 31: 429–443.

 

Meynen, G. (2010) Free will and psychiatric assessments of criminal responsibility: a parallel with informed consent, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 13: 313–320.

 

Morse, S.J. (2007) The Non-Problem of Free Will in Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 25: 203–220.

 

Murphy, M.J., Cheng, W.-J. &. Werner-Wilson, R.J. (2006) Exploring Master Therapists’ Use of Power in Conversation, Contemporary Family Therapy, 28: 475–484.

 

Nafstad, H.E., Blakar, R.M., Carlquist, E., Phelps, J.M. & Hendriksen, K.R. (2009) Globalization, Neo-Liberalism and Community Psychology, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43:162–175

 

Pitts-Taylor, V. (2009) The plastic brain: Neoliberalism and the neuronal self, Health, 14, (6): 635–652.

 

Quiroga, R.Q., Reddy, L., Kreiman, G., Koch, C. & Fried, I. (2005) Invariant visual representation by single neurons in the human brain, Nature, l 435, (23): 1102-1107.

 

Rose, S. (1999) Précis of Lifelines: Biology, freedom, determinism, Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 22: 871-921.

 

Roskies, A. (2006) Neuroscientific challenges to free will and responsibility, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10 (9): 419-423.

 

Sanabria, E. (2009) Alleviative Bleeding: Bloodletting, Menstruation and the Politics of Ignorance in a Brazilian Blood Donation Centre, Body and Society, 15, (2): 123–144.

 

Sanders, T., Campbell, R., Donovan, J. & Sharp, D. (2007) Narrative Accounts of Hereditary Risk: Knowledge About Family History, Lay theories of Disease, and “Internal” and “External” Causation, Qualitative Health Research, 17: 510-520.

 

Scott-Baumann, A. (2003) Reconstructive hermeneutical philosophy Return ticket to the human condition, Philosophy and Social Criticism, 29: 703-727.

 

Stempsey,. W.E. (2006) The geneticization of diagnosis, Medicine, Health care and Philosophy, 9: 193-200.

 

Täljedal, I.B. (2004) Strong holism, weak holism, and health Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 7: 143–148.

 

Tsang, H.W.H., Angell, B., Corrigan, P.W., Lee, Y.T., Shi, K., Lam, C.S., Jin, S. & Fung, K.M.T. (2007) A cross-cultural study of employers’ concerns about hiring people with psychotic disorder: implications for recovery, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 42: 723–733.

 

Turner, F. (2001) Transcending Biological and Social Reductionism, Substance, 94/95: 220-235.

 

Uchida, Y., Townsend, S.S.M., Markus, H.R. and Bergsieker, H.B. (2009) Emotions as Within or Between People? Cultural Variation in Lay Theories of Emotion Expression and  inference, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35: 1427-1439.

 

Vohs, K.D. & Schooler, J.W. (2008) The Value of Believing in Free Will : Encouraging a Belief in Determinism Increases Cheating, Psychological Science, 19: 49-54.

 

Wellard, I., Pickard, A. and Bailey, R. (2007)  ‘A shock of electricity just sort of goes through my body’: physical activity and embodied reflexive practices in young female ballet dancers, Gender and Education, 19 (1): 79-91.

 

Weller, S. & Bruegel, I. (2009) Children’s ‘Place’ in the Development of Neighbourhood Social Capital, Urban Studies, 46, (3): 629–643.

 

Willaschek, M. (2009) Non-Relativist Contextualism about Free Will, European Journal of Philosophy, 18, (4): 567–587.

 

Wong, Y.J., Tran, K.K., Kim, S.H., Kerne, V.V.H. and Calfa, N.A. (2009) Asian Americans’ Lay Beliefs About Depression and Professional Help Seeking, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 66, (3): 317–332.

 

Zahle, J. (2003) The Individualism-Holism Debate on Intertheoretic Reduction and the Argument from Multiple Realization Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 33 (1): 77-99.