The inaugural issue of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science is out, including
- Leyre Castro and Edward A. Wasserman (Iowa): Animal Learning;
- Phil Johnson-Laird Princeton): Deductive reasoning;
- Michael C. Corballis (Auckland): The gestural origins of language;
- Elizabeth E. Price and Andrew Whiten (St. Andrews) and Christine A. Caldwell (Stirling): Comparative cultural cognition;
- Greg J. Norman and Gary G. Bernston (OSU) and John T. Cacioppo (Chicago):Social neuroscience;
- Annabelle Belcher (NIH) and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke): Neurolaw.
Brian T. Edwards in Watching Shrek in Tehran: The seen and the unseen in Iranian cinema. "Econo-Jihad": Jihadist terror organizations have set economic terrorism as their new target, intending to harm and paralyze Western economies, the United States in particular.
Warning: Your reality is out of date: Samuel Arbesman introduces the mesofact.
How locavores could save the world: The latest yuppie craze could do more than just cut emissions — it might also help feed the poor.
Dress Code: Tony Perrottet goes behind the rumor that Hoover wore women's clothing.
The Tribe That Bites: Allison Gaudet Yarrow on the unlikely rise of the Jewish vampire.
Modernizing the idea of the great French salons — elegant gatherings of intelligentsia — a Toronto businessman's soirees are provoking thought about how city and country can be run.