Number Year Volume Issue Pages Title Authors
255 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 i-iii
JCS Vol19 No 3 Cover and Book (LCAM)/Conference (ICCS 2019) Announcement
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Editorial assistant
254 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 401-416
Oriental Painting and Cortical Motor Activation: An EEG Oscillation Study
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Joung A Eom, Sung-Eun Lee
253 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 377-400
Effects of lexical accent type on rendaku in noun compounds: evidence from production experiments
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Masaki Sone, Yuki Hirose
252 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 357-375
Implicit Translation during Second Language Lexical Processing
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Jinah Kim, Ji Hyon Kim
251 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 331-355
Expressing Ignorance in Japanese: Contrastive wa versus sukunakutomo
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Hitomi Hirayama, Adrian Brasoveanu
250 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 291-329
A Minimalist Parsing Account of Attachment Ambiguity in English and Korean
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So Young Lee
249 2018 Volume 19 Issue 3 285-290
Introduction- Psycholinguistics expanding eastward
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Nayoung Kwon
248 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 283-284
Complexity and Possible Emerging Intelligence in Bacterial Collectives
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Martin Robert
247 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 253-281
The Four Great Mysteries of the Mind-Brain Problem
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Steven Lehar
246 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 229-251
Relation between Observers and Effects of Number Valuation in Science
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Paul Benioff
245 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 195-228
Mind, Agency, and Biosemiotics
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Alexei A. Sharov
244 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 165-193
Time and Space as Unpredictable Biological Constructions
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John M. Myers, F. Hadi Madjid
243 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 125-163
Acting in the World: A Physical Model of Free Choice
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Kathryn Blackmond Laskey
242 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 115-124
Coherent Energy Transfer and the Potential Implications for Consciousness
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J. Tory Toole, P. Kurian, T. J. A. Craddock
241 2018 Volume 19 Issue 2 109-114
Electric Conduction Effects in the Neuronal Cytoskeleton Hold the Key to Our Understanding of the Biophysics of Consciousness
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Jack A. Tuszyński