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Altheide, David L. Creating Fear: News and the Construction of Crisis. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 2002.
Keywords: crises | fear | journalism | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Archdeacon, Anthony R. “’Things Which Are Not’: Poetic and Scientific Attitudes to Non-entities in the Seventeenth Century.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 25-42.
Keywords: John Donne | literature—17th C | Margaret Cavendish | philosophy | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Robert Boyle | Thomas Hobbes | William Shakespeare
  
Aunger, Robert. The Electric Meme: A New Theory of How We Think. New York: Free Press, 2002.
Keywords: memetics | perception | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | thought
  
Barber, Nigel. The Science of Romance: Secrets of the Sexual Brain. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | genetics | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Bock, Martin. Joseph Conrad and Psychological Medicine. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Joseph Conrad | literature--19th C | medicine | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Bowman, Marcus. The Last Resistance: The Concept of Science as a Defense against Psychoanalysis. Albany: State University New York Press, 2002.
Keywords: psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud
  
Campbell, Anne. A Mind of Her Own: The Evolutionary Psychology of Women. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | genetics | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Candy, Linda. “Creativity and Cognition Part I: Perspectives from the Third Symposium.” Leonardo 35:1 (2002): 55-7.
Keywords: cognition | Ernest Edmonds | Harold Cohen | psychological and cognitive sciences | technology | visual arts—20th C
  
Comini, Alessandra. “Toys in Freud's Attic: Torment and Taboo in the Child and Adolescent Themes of Vienna's Image-makers.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 167-188.
Keywords: childhood | John Singer Sargent | literature—17th-18th-19th C | photography | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud | taboos | technology | visual arts--17th-18th-19th C
  
Cooke, Brett. Human Nature in Utopia: Zamyatin's We. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2002.
Keywords: dystopia | Evgenii Ivanovich Zamiatin | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | utopia
  
Cordulack, Shelley Wood. Edvard Munch and the Physiology of Symbolism. Madison, WI; Cranbury, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; Associated University Presses, 2002.
Keywords: Edvard Munch | psychological and cognitive sciences | visual arts--19th-20th C
  
DeLancey, Craig, Passionate Engines: What Emotions Reveal about Mind and Artificial Intelligence. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: artificial intelligence | Computers & Digital Technology | emotions | philosophy | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Demastes, William W. Staging Consciousness: Theater and the Materialization of Mind. Ann Arbor: University Michigan Press, 2002.
Keywords: consciousness | drama | mind | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Douthwaite, Julia V. The Wild Girl, Natural Man, and the Monster: Dangerous Experiments in the Age of Enlightenment. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | literature--18th C | philosophy | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Dundes, Alan. Bloody Mary in the Mirror: Essays in Psychoanalytic Folkloristics. Jackson: University Press Mississippi, 2002.
Keywords: folklore | music | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Eisner, Elliot W. The Arts and the Creation of Mind. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, 2002.
Keywords: assessment | pedagogy | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | visual arts--20th-21st C
  
Elleström, Lars. Divine Madness: On Interpreting Literature, Music, and the Visual Arts Ironically. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2002.
Keywords: allegory | ambiguity | Charles Dickens | Charles Dickens | Cleanth Brooks | deconstruction | Dmitry Shostakovich | drama | Eduard Hanslick | film | Friedrich Schlegel | hermeneutics | humor | hyperbole | irony | Linda Hutcheson | literature--general | Ludwig von Beethoven | Marcel Duchamp | metaphor | music | mysticism | myths | paradox | parody | postmodernism | psychological and cognitive sciences | René Magritte | rhetoric of science | Rudolf Arnheim | sarcasm | satire | semiotics | Socrates | Søren Kierkegaard | surrealism | symbolism | visual arts—general | William Shakespeare
  
Fulton, Alice. “Unordinary Passions: Margaret Cavendish, the Duchess of Newcastle.” In Post (Collections): pp. 191-219.
Keywords: Anne Bradstreet | Duchess of Newcastle | John Clare | John Keats | Kathleen Jones | literature—17th-18th-19th C | Margaret Cavendish | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Robert Burns | Sir Walter Raleigh | T. S. Eliot
  
Greenwald, Rachel T. “Models of Identity Exploration in Film: A Letter Without Words and How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman.” Radical History Review 83 (2002): 175-179.
Keywords: film | identity | psychological and cognitive sciences | race studies | technology
  
Hadley, Karen. “The Commodification of Time in Wordsworth's ‘Tintern Abbey’ 1500-1900.” Studies English Literature 42.4 (2002): 693-706.
Keywords: literature--18th C | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | time | William Wordsworth
  
Halpern, Richard. Shakespeare's Perfume: Sodomy and Sublimity in the Sonnets, Wilde, Freud, and Lacan. Philadelphia: University Pennsylvania Press, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | Jacques Lacan | Oscar Wilde | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Hass, Robert. “Edward Taylor: What Was He Up To?” In Post (Collections): pp. 257-288.
Keywords: Anne Bradstreet | Edward Taylor | George Herbert | literature—17th C | literature—biblical | Louis Mertz | medicine | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Robert Herrick | Samuel Taylor Coleridge | Wallace Stevens | William Blake
  
Hernandez, Marie Theresa Delirio. The Fantastic, the Demonic, and the Reel: The Buried History of Nuevo Leon. Austin: University Texas Press, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | folklore | native Americans | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Hills, Matt. Fan Cultures. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: film | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | technology | television
  
Hird, Myra J. Engendering Violence: Heterosexual Interpersonal Violence from Childhood to Adulthood. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2002.
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | violence
  
Hirsch, Edward. The Demon and the Angel: Searching for the Source of Inspiration. New York: Harcourt, 2002.
Keywords: Billie Holiday | creativity | Federico Garcia Lorca | inspiration | psychological and cognitive sciences | visual arts—20th C
  
Hollywood, Amy M., Sensible Ecstasy: Mysticism, Sexual Difference, and the Demands of History. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: mysticism | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | psychologyical & cognitive sciences | theology
  
Horwitz, Allan V. Creating Mental Illness. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | science & technology studies
  
Humphrey, Nicholas. The Mind Made Flesh: Essays from the Frontiers of Psychology and Evolution. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: evolution | genetics | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Johns, Elizabeth. Winslow Homer: The Nature of Observation. Berkeley, CA: University California Press, 2002.
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | visual arts--19th C | Winslow Homer
  
Jones, Gerard. Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes, and Make-believe Violence. New York: Basic Books, 2002.
Keywords: fantasy | imagination | monsters | psychological and cognitive sciences | super heroes | violence
  
Judson, Janis L., and Donna M. Berlazzoni. Law, Media, and Culture: The Landscape of Hate. New York: Peter Lang, 2002.
Keywords: Carol Gilligan | Charles Lawrence | crime | Eminem | gender studies | hate | Jack Levin | Kathleen Blee | Ku Klux Klan | law | Mari Matsuda | Matt Hale | media | Monte Paulson | music | Nell Carter | politics | psychological and cognitive sciences | race studies | religion | stereotype | Steven Best | Stuart Hall | Toni Morrison | William Pierce
  
Juslin, Patrik N., and Roland S. Persson. Emotional Communication. In Parncutt (Collections): pp. 219-236.
Keywords: cognition | computers | emotion | metaphor | music | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | statistics
  
Kemp, Anthony E., and Janet Mills. Musical Potential. In Parncutt (Collections): pp. 3-16.
Keywords: music | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Kinyon, Kamila. “Laughter in Zamiatin’s We: Passageways into the Irrational.” Extrapolation 43:2 (Summer 2002): 204-218.
Keywords: chaos | Charles Baudelaire | dystopias | humor | insanity | laughter | medicine | psychological and cognitive sciences | semiotics | Yevgeny Zamiatin
  
Lau, Beth. “Wordsworth and Current Memory Research.” Studies English Literature 1500-1900 42:4 (2002): 675-692.
Keywords: literature--18th C | memory | psychological and cognitive sciences | William Wordsworth
  
Lewis-Williams, J. David. The Mind in the Cave: Consciousness and the Origins of Art. London; New York: Thames & Hudson, 2002.
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | visual arts--prehistory
  
Logan, William. “Milton in the Modern: The Invention of Personality.” In Post (Collections): pp. 160-175.
Keywords: George Herbert | John Milton | literature—16th-17th C | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Robert Lowell | theory | William Shakespeare
  
Luckhurst, Roger. The Invention of Telepathy: 1807-1901. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Henry James | literature--19th C | Oscar Wilde | psychological and cognitive sciences | Robert Louis Stevenson | Sigmund Freud | telepathy | Thomas Huxley
  
Luckhurst, Roger. "’Going Postal’: Rage, Science Fiction, and the Ends of the American Subject.” In Hollinger (Collections): pp. 124-141.
Keywords: popular sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | rage | science fiction
  
Mair, Jan. “Rewriting the ‘American Dream’: Postmodernism and Otherness in Independence Day.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 34-50.
Keywords: Discover | exploration discovery & travel | film | H.G. Wells | literature—20th C | popular sciences | postmodernism | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | technology
  
Marshall, Cynthia. “The Shattering of the Self.” Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Barnabe Barnes | body | catharsis | Elizabeth J. Bellamy | gender studies | George Herbert | Gilles Deleuze | Heather Dubrow | identity | Jacob Burckhardt | Jacques Lacan | Jean Laplanche | John Ford | John Foxe | Julia Kristeva | Kaja Silverman | Leo Bersani | Leopold von Sacher-Masoch | literature—general | Marquis de Sade | Maurice Merleau-Ponty | Michael Drayton | Nicholas Coeffeteau | Ovid | Petrarch | pornography | postmodernism | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | Richard Boothby | Roland Barthes | Samuel Daniel | Sigmund Freud | Slavoj Žižek | Stanley Cavell | Stephen Greenblatt | Timothy Bright | William Shakespeare
  
Massumi, Brian. Parables for the Virtual: Movement, Affect, Sensation. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002.
Keywords: affect | computers & digital sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | senses | technology | virtual reality
  
McCandless, David. “A Tale of Two Tituses: Julie Taymor's Vision on Stage and Screen.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53:4 (2002): 487-511.
Keywords: drama | film | horror | psychological and cognitive sciences | trauma | William Shakespeare
  
McCauley, Robert N., and E. Thomas Lawson. Bringing Ritual to Mind: Psychological Foundations of Cultural Forms. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: cognition | psychological and cognitive sciences | religion | ritual
  
McHugh, Heather. “Naked Numbers: A Curve from Wyatt to Rochester.” In Post (Collections): pp. 59-85.
Keywords: Earl of Rochester | John Donne | John Wilmot | Lady Katherine Aubigny | literature—17th C | literature—Renaissance | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Richard Lovelace | Robert Herrick | Sir Thomas Wyatt | Thomas Carew
  
Minter, Catherine J. The Mind-body Problem in German Literature, 1770-1830. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Jean Paul | Johann Karl Wezel | Karl Philipp Moritz | literature--17th-18th C | mind | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Morgan, Jack. The Biology of Horror: Gothic Literature and Film. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2002.
Keywords: gothic | horror | literature--19th C | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Mucher, Walter J. “Being Martian: Spatiotemporal Self in Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles.” Extrapolation 43:2 (Summer 2002): 171-187.
Keywords: Claude Lévi-Strauss | Edmund Husserl | identity | Jacques Lacan | Martin Heidegger | modernism | postmodernism | psychological and cognitive sciences | Ray Bradbury | science fiction | space-time | unconsciousness
  
Opdahl, Keith M. Emotion as Meaning: The Literary Case for How We Imagine. Lewisburg, PA; Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell University Press; University Presses, 2002.
Keywords: dystopia | emotions | Henry James | imagination | Jane Austen | John Updike | literature: 19th-20th C | Mark Twain | popular sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | science fiction | Toni Morrison
  
Pesic, Peter. Seeing Double: Shared Identities in Physics, Philosophy, and Literature. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002.
Keywords: literature--general | philosophy | physical & mathematical sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Phillips, Carl. “Anomaly, Conundrum, ‘Thy-Will-Be-Done’: On the Poetry of George Herbert.” In Post (Collections): pp. 136-159.
Keywords: anomaly | conundrum | Emily Dickinson | George Herbert | Gerard Manley Hopkins | literature—17th-18th-19th C | literature—biblical | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Porter, Roy. Madness: A Brief History. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: mental illness | psychiatry | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Post, Jonathan F.S. “Introduction: Green Thoughts, Green Shades.” In Post (Collections): pp. 3-16.
Keywords: Anne Bradstreet | Ben Johnson | Duchess of Newcastle | Edward Taylor | Elizabeth Bishop | George Herbert | John Donne | John Milton | literature—17th C | literature—Renaissance | Margaret Cavendish | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences | T.S. Eliot | Thom Gunn
  
Price, Bronwen. “Journeys Beyond Frontiers: Knowledge, Subjectivity and Outer Space in Margaret Cavendish’s The Blazing World (1666).” In Jowitt (Collections), pp. 127-145.
Keywords: gender studies | literature—17th C | Margaret Cavendish | narrative | psychological and cognitive sciences | subjectivity
  
Roeckelein, Jon E. The Psychology of Humor: A Reference Guide and Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 2002.
Keywords: cognition | humor | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Sacks, Peter. “The Face of the Sonnet: Wyatt and Some Early Features of the Tradition.” In Post (Collections): pp. 17-40.
Keywords: Bernard Williams | Dante Alighieri | Earl of Surrey | Henry Howard | literature—medieval | literature—Renaissance | Niccolo Degli Abbizi | Petrarch | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sir Thomas Wyatt | William Shakespeare
  
Scala, Elizabeth. “Historicists and Their Discontents: Reading Psychoanalytically in Medieval Studies.” Texas Studies Literature and Language. 44:1 (2002): 108-131.
Keywords: literature—medieval | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Shields, Stephanie A. Speaking From the Heart: Gender and the Social Meaning of Emotion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: emotions | gender studies | interdisciplinarity | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences | symbolism
  
Sirotkina, Irina. Diagnosing Literary Genius: A Cultural History of Psychiatry in Russia, 1880-1930. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.
Keywords: literature--19th-20th C | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Smyth, John Vignaux. The Habit of Lying: Sacrifical Studies in Literature, Philosophy, and Fashion Theory. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002.
Keywords: literature—general | psychological and cognitive sciences | Psychology
  
Solomon-Godeau, Abigail. “Going Native.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 139-154.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | Paul Gauguin | psychological and cognitive sciences | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th C
  
Stanistreet, Paul. Hume's Scepticism and the Science of Human Nature. Aldershot, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.
Keywords: David Hume | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Starks, Lisa S. “Cinema of Cruelty: Powers of Horror in Julie Taymor’s Titus.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 121-142.
Keywords: Carol Clover | drama | film | gender studies | horror | Julia Kristeva | Julie Teymor | literature—20th C | psychological and cognitive sciences | technology | visual arts—20th C | William Shakespeare
  
Starks, Lisa S. "’Remember Me’: Psychoanalysis, Cinema, and the Crisis of Modernity.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53:2 (2002): 181-200.
Keywords: film | literature--20th C | modernity | postmodernism | psychoanalysis | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud | William Shakespeare
  
Stedman, Gesa. Stemming the Torrent: Expression and Control in the Victorian Discourses on Emotions, 1830-1872. Aldershot, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.
Keywords: emotions | gender studies | literature--19th C | psychological and cognitive sciences | social sciences
  
Sugg, Richard. “’Adding to the World’: Colonial Adventure and Anxiety in the Writings of John Donne.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 217-231.
Keywords: anxiety | Aristotle | colonialism | Discover | exploration discovery & travel | John Donne | literature—17th C | philosophy | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Sugiera, Malgorzata. “Theatricality and Cognitive Science: The Audience's Perception and Reception.” SubStance 31:2&3 (2002): 225-235.
Keywords: cognitive science | drama | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Theoharis, Constantine Theoharis. “’I Had Had One Craving….’” In Stang (Collections): pp. 17-24.
Keywords: aesthetics | literature—20th C | psychological and cognitive sciences | T.E. Lawrence
  
Turner, Stephen P., Brains/Practices/Relativism: Social Theory after Cognitive Science. Chicago: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: philosophy | psychological and cognitive sciences | relativism | social sciences | theory
  
Walsh, Jessica. "’The Strangest Pain to Bear’: Corporeality and Fear of Insanity in Charlotte Mew's Poetry.” Victorian Poetry 40:3 (2002): 217-240.
Keywords: Charlotte Mew | insanity | literature—20th C | poetry | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Watts, Fraser N. Theology and Psychology. Aldershot, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | religion
  
Weatherall, Ann. Gender, Language and Discourse. Hove, UK; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | language | psychological and cognitive sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Whitaker, Robert. Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002.
Keywords: alchemy | Bedlam | brain | Charles Davenport | Egas Moniz | electroshock | eugenics | gender studies | healing | intelligence | medicine | mental illness | narrative | pharmacology | psychological and cognitive sciences | psychosis | race studies | social sciences | Sylvia Plath | therapy | William Carpenter
  
White, Mimi. “Television, Therapy, and the Social Subject; or, the TV Therapy Machine.” In Friedman (Collections): pp. 313-322.
Keywords: psychological and cognitive sciences | technology | television
  
Whited, Lana A., and M. Katherine Grimes. “What Would Harry Do? J.K. Rowling and Lawrence Kohlberg's Theories of Moral Development.” In Whited (Collections): pp. 182-210.
Keywords: J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | psychological and cognitive sciences
  
Willis, Deborah. "’The Gnawing Vulture’": Revenge, Trauma Theory, and Titus Andronicus.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53:1 (2002): 21-52.
Keywords: gender studies | psychological and cognitive sciences | revenge | social sciences | trauma | William Shakespeare
  
Wolfthall, Diane. “Imaging the Self: Ritual and Representation in a Yiddish Book of Customs.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 21-36.
Keywords: imagery | psychological and cognitive sciences | race studies | religion | rhetoric of science | ritual | visual arts—medieval