JCP contents

R. A. Neimeyer, U of Memphis (neimeyerra@MSUVX1.MEMPHIS.EDU)
Thu, 02 Feb 1995 08:35:32 -0600

If I remember correctly, you indicated an interest in previewing for NAPCN
Newsletter readers the contents of upcoming issues of JCP, space
permitting. Herewith, the contents of the next two issues; 8,1 will
probably already be in their hands by the time the next Newsletter goes
out. Keep up the good work!

Journal of Constructivist Psychology

Volume 8 Number 2


Treatment Preference and Acceptability: Epistemology and Locus of Control
(EA 28)
Norah Vincent and Michael LeBow

Assessment of Self and Others during Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa (EA 36)
Mary Marsh and Robb Stanley

Negotiating Shared Meanings of the Management Process: A Discourse in Two
Voices (TA 17)
A. D. Jankowicz

Professional Practice

Reconstruction of Self: Lifespan-Oriented Group Psychotherapy
(TA 25)
Judith Stewart


Substituting: A Preparatory Step for the use of Grid Technique in
Counseling (PP 21)
Martin Fromm

Book Reviews

Sociality Lost: The Schizophrenic's Neurocognitive Dilemma [Review of
Frith's Cognitive Neuropsychology of Schizophrenia] (BK 8)
Kenneth W. Sewell

Software Survey

Ratimer (1)
April E. Metzler

Journal of Constructivist Psychology

Volume 8 Number 3


Self and Modernity on Trial: A Reply to Gergen's Saturated Self (TA 22)
Michael F. Mascolo & Carol Ann Dalto

Child Molesters' Construal of Themselves, Other Adults, and Children (EA 30)
James Horley and Vernon L. Quinsey

Content Analysis of Changes in Self Construing during a Career Transition
(EA 26)
Maureen Burke & Patricia Noller

The Ordinal Relationship between Constructs (TA/BR 14)
Trevor Butt


Constructivist Psychology and Knowledge Elicitation (TA 20)
Jack Adams-Webber

The Organization of Personal Knowledge: Convergent Validity of
Implications Grids and Repertory Grids as Measures of System Structure (EA
David J. Dempsey & Robert A. Neimeyer

Book Review

Self-Reflection and Examination in the Complex Postmodern World [Review of
Orientation to Inquiry in a Reflective Professional Psychology by Lisa Tsoi
Hoshmand] (BK 5)
Joel M. Martin and Barry V. Fortner

Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
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