Friday, October 12, 2007

OODA Alpha, Part XIV: Bibliography

Bibliographical entries starting with "A" are above the fold. The rest are below.



Adler, A. (1956). The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler. H. L. Ansbacher and R. R. Ansbacher (Eds.). New York: Harper Torchbooks.
Alex, C. (2000). Process and procedure: The tactical decision-making process and decision point tactics. Unpublished master’s thesis, Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS.
Alford, J. & Hibbing, J. (2004) .The Origin of Politics: An evolutionary theory of political behavior. Perspectives on Politics, 2(4), 707-723.
Alford, J., Funk, C., & Hibbing, J. (2005) Are Political Orientations Genetically Transmitted? American Political Science Review, 99(2), 154-168.
Anderson, J.R. (1980). Cognitive psychology and its implications. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman.
Andrews, P. (2007). The curricular importance of mathematics: a comparison of English and Hungarian teachers' espoused beliefs. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 39(3), 317-338.
Arnold, M.L. (2000). Stage, sequence, and sequels: Changing conceptions of morality, post-Kohlberg. Educational Psychology Review, 12, 365-383.
Atran, S., Medin, D., & Ross, N. (2005). The cultural mind: Environmental decision making and cultural modeling within and across populations. Psychological Review, 112, 744-776.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Adolescent Psychological Development, Part V: Bibliography

The works cited in the four reaction papers to Moshman's Adolescent Psychological Development appear below. While the bibliography to my previous series, Cognitive Development, ran five single-spaced pages in my word processor, this document only takes up one. The A's appear above the fold. The rest appear below.



Alford, J., Funk, C., & Hibbing, J. (2005) Are Political Orientations Genetically Transmitted? American Political Science Review, 99(2), 154-168.
Ashburn-Nardo, L., Knowles, M.L., & Monteith, M.J. (2003). Black Americans' implicit racial associations and their implications for intergroup judgement. Social Cognition, 21(1), 61-87.

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Friday, August 03, 2007

Cognitive Development, Part X: Bibliography

I've fallen into the pattern of posting my bibliographies for class projects second, after the blog-exclusive introduction and the first section of whatever I'm presenting. When they are put up after the conclusion of a series, they are always a let down (a bunch of articles? who cares!) However, when they come early, they're sure impressive (wow! so many articles!)



So, with that I present the bibliography for Cognitive Development THe A's are above the fold. The rest are below.

Aldridge, M.A., Braga, E.S., Walton, G.E., & Bower, T.G.R. (1999). The intermodal representation of speech in newborns. Developmental Science, 2, 42-46.
Alford, J., Funk, C., & Hibbing, J. (2005) Are Political Orientations Genetically Transmitted? American Political Science Review, 99(2), 154-168.
Anderson, J.R. (1980). Cognitive psychology and its implications. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman.
Antel, S.E. & Keating, D.P. (1983). Perception of numerical invariance in neonates. Child Development, 54, 695-701.

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Saturday, June 02, 2007

The Wary Student, Part 11: Bibliography

Works alphabetically beginning with "A" above the fold. Everyone else below:



Alford, J. & Hibbing, J. (2004) .The Origin of Politics: An Evolutionary Theory of Political Behavior. Perspectives on Politics, 2(4), 707-723.
Alford, J. , & Hibbing, J. (2006a). The Neural Basis of Representative Democracy. Paper presented at the Hendricks Conference on Biology, Evolution, and Political Behavior.
Alford, J., & Hibbing, J. (2006b). Could Political Attitudes Be Shaped by Evolution Working Through Genes? Tidsskriftet Politik: August 2006 edition.
Ariely, D. (2000). Controlling the information flow: Effects on consumer's decision making and preferences. The Journal of Consumer Research, 27(2), 233-248.

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Thursday, February 08, 2007

In Search Of... The Wary Student, Part V: Bibliography

Pack your bags, look to the stars, and prepare to go in search of...



... THE WARY STUDENT.



According to John of Salisbury (via Wikipedia)

"Bernard of Chartres used to say that we are like dwarfs on the shoulders of giants, so that we can see more than they, and things at a greater distance, not by virtue of any sharpness on sight on our part, or any physical distinction, but because we are carried high and raised up by their giant size."


The same thought was parroted by Niccolo Machiavelli, though perhaps more to please his intended audience:

those who make maps of countries place themselves low down in the plains to study the character of mountains and elevated lands


But regardless of motive, there is truth in this. Science is a collective enterprise, and we would be nowhere without those who have gone before. A list of works cited just in this series is below. A fuller reading list for issues concerning punitive alturism is available in The Wary Guerrilla, Part ?: Bibliography.

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Saturday, January 20, 2007

Evolutionary Cognitivism, Part VII: Bibliography

This series, which Mark of ZenPundit kindly described as a book review, is really nothing so organized. It is a collection of six reaction papers over one book for a seminar I am taking. The topics jump from the unconscious mind, to children as a hive-like worker caste, and height based segregation to other fascinating topics. Thus I listed my works cited at the bottom of every page, so that if someone was searching for information on that particular topic, the info would be immediately available and they wouldn't have to go somewhere else.



However, a recent comment on polisci blog made me realize how important it is to have a central bibliographical resource on the blog for those who want to go deeper. A "bibliography" page is easier to navigate for these researchers than page after page after page. Therefore, below the fold, is the bibliography for Evolutionary Cognitivism, citing every journal article, newspaper story, and book referenced in this series.

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Monday, December 18, 2006

The Wary Guerrilla, Part X: Bibliography

I've posted a number of bibliographies on this blog -- for my Computer Science Master's thesis, for my work Redefining the Gap, and on the variations of John Boyd's OODA loop. This semester alone I've posted a number of worked cited, for such series as Classroom Democracy, Learning Evolved, and Student Nature, in addition to papers I did not post. The bibliography for this series, however, is more substantive than any of those.



Above the fold are the "As."

Abrahamian, E. (2002). The US Media, Samuel Huntington and September 11. Middle East Report 223: 62-63.
Alford, J. & Hibbing, J. (2004) .The Origin of Politics: An Evolutionary Theory of Political Behavior. Perspectives on Politics 2(4), 707-723

Alford, J., & Hibbing, J. (2006a). Could Political Attitudes Be Shaped by Evolution Working Through Genes? Tidsskriftet Politik: August 2006 edition.

Alford, J. R., & Hibbing, J.R. (2006b). The Neural Basis of Representative Democracy. Paper presented at the Hendricks Conference on Biology, Evolution, and Political Behavior.

Allen, L. 2002. There are Many Reasons Why: Suicide Bombers and Martyrs in Palestine. Middle East Report 223: 34-37.

Andoni, L. (1997). Searching for Answers: Gaza's Suicide Bombers. Journal of Palestine Studies 26(4): 33-45.

Arfi, B. (2000). “Spontaneous” interethnic order: the emergence of collective, path-dependent cooperation. International Studies Quarterly 44(4): 563-590.

Atran, S. 2003. Genesis of Suicide Terrorism. Science 299: 1534-1539.


Below the fold, everything else:

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Sunday, December 17, 2006

Classroom Democracy, Part V: Bibliography

I was going through some papers and posts, preparing for the next installment of The Wary Guerrilla, when I realized I had not posted a bibliography for my Classroom Democracy series. Throughout the series I cite chapters and journal articles but never state where I got them from. Thus, without further ado, my long occulted sources:



Bruning, R. (1995). The College Classroom from the Perspective of Cognitive Psychology. Handbook of College Teaching: Theory and Applications.

Dawson, J.D. (1996) Relations of mutual trust and objects of common interest. In J.K. Roth (Ed.) Inspiring Teaching: Carnegie Professors of the Year Speak. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company, Inc. (pp. 44-53).

Halonen, J.S. (2002). Classroom presence. In S. Davis & W.Buskist (Eds.). The teaching of psychology: Essays in honor of William J. McKeachie and Charles Brewer. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. (pp. 41-55).

Ley, K. and Young, D. (1998). Self-Regulation Behaviors in Underprepared (Developmental) and Regular Admission College Students. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 1998, Vol. 23, 42-64.

Roth, J.K. (1996). What teaching teaches me: How the Holocaust informs my philosophy of education. In J.K. Roth (Ed.) Inspiring Teaching: Carnegie Professors of the Year Speak. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company, Inc. (pp. 199-210).

Royse, D. (2001). The mental groundwork. In D. Royse (Ed.). Teaching Tips for College and University Instructors: A Practical Guide. Needham Heights, MA.: Allyn & Bacon. (pp. 1-24).

Ruiz, T.F.(1996). Teaching as subversion. In J.K. Roth (Ed.) Inspiring Teaching: Carnegie Professors of the Year Speak. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company, Inc.(pp. 158-165).

Smith, K. (2006). "Representational Altruism: The Wary Cooperator as Authoritative Decision Maker," American Journal of Political Science, October 2006, Vol. 50 No. 4, pp 1013-1022.

Smith, K. et al. (2004). Evolutionary Theory and Political Leadership: Why Certain People Do Not Trust Decision-Makers. Presented at the 2004 Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago, 2004, 1-42.





Classroom Democracy, a tdaxp series
1. A Parliament of Scholars
2. A Defense of Republics
3. The Life of Constitutions
4. The Evolution of Learning
5. Bibliography

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Development Biology: Even Quicker and Dirtier Than Usual

If you felt that my quick and dirty literature reviews on learning disabled students and ultimatum game were too polished, too coherent, and too well written, this is the post for you! Below the fold are some sloppily thrown together notes, for my benefit only. I'll try to write an actually readable post later in the day.

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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Student Nature, Part IV: Bibliography

As with the bibliography for Learning Evolved, the citations are close to APA Style. Entries starting with "A" are above the fold, and the rest are below



Albanese, Robert, & van Fleet, David D. (1985). Rational Behavior in Groups: The Free-Riding Tendency. The Academy of Management Review 10(2):244-255.
Alford, J., Funk, C., & Hibbing, J. (2005) Are Political Orientations Genetically Transmitted? American Political Science Review, 99(2), 154-168.
Alford, J. & Hibbing, J. (2004) .The Origin of Politics: An Evolutionary Theory of Political Behavior. Perspectives on Politics, 2(4), 707-723
Alford, J., & Hibbing, J. (2006). Could Political Attitudes Be Shaped by Evolution Working Through Genes? Tidsskriftet Politik: August 2006 edition.
Allen, Joseph P., et al. (2005). The Two Faces of Adolescents' Success with Peers: Adolescent Popularity, Social Adaption, and Deviant Behavior. Child Development 76(3):747-.760.
Atran, Scott. (2003). Genesis of Suicide Terrorism. Science 299:1534-1539.

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