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    The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations
    with Baylis John and Owens Patricia
    Oxford University Press. 2011.
    Working from a unique non-U.S. perspective, this market-leading text provides a coherent, accessible, and engaging introduction to the globalization of world politics. Now in its fifth edition, this internationally successful text has been fully revised and updated in light of recent developments in world politics. New chapters on post colonialism and post structuralism ensure that it will remain the most comprehensive introduction to international relations available. This exceptional text is i…Read more
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    International Relations Theory Today
    with Ken Booth
    Penn State Press. 1995.
    ContentsThe Self-Images of a Discipline: A Genealogy of International Relations Theory/Steve SmithThe End of the Cold War and International Relations: Some Analytic and Theoretical Conclusions/Fred HallidayInternational Relations and the Triumph of Capitalism/Richard LittleInternational Political Theory and the Idea of World Community/Chris BrownThe Political Theory of International Society/Robert H. JacksonInternational Political Theory and the Global Environment/Andrew HurrellPolitical Economy…Read more
  •  47
    International Theory: Positivism and Beyond
    with Stephen Murray Smith, Ken Booth, Stephen Anthony Smith, and Marysia Zalewski
    Cambridge University Press. 1996.
    This book provides a major review of the state of international theory. It is focused around the issue of whether the positivist phase of international theory is now over, or whether the subject remains mainly positivistic. Leading scholars analyse the traditional theoretical approaches in the discipline, then examine the issues and groups which are marginalised by mainstream theory, before turning to four important new developments in international theory (historical sociology, post-structurali…Read more
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    Resolving repression
    Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (5): 534-535. 2006.
    The feuding factions of the memory wars, that is, those concerned with the validity of recovered memories versus those concerned with false memories, are unified by Erdelyi's theory of repression. Evidence shows suppression, inhibition, and retrieval blocking can have profound yet reversible effects on a memory's accessibility, and deserve as prominent a role in the recovered memory debate as evidence of false memories. Erdelyi's theory shows that both inhibitory and elaborative processes cooper…Read more
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    Many (dirty) hands make light work: Martin Hollis's account of social action
    Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 4 (4): 123-148. 2001.
    No abstract
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    Triggering memory recovery: Effects of direct and incidental cuing
    with Justin D. Handy
    Consciousness and Cognition 21 (4): 1711-1724. 2012.
    The present study examined forgetting and recovery of narrative passages varying in emotional intensity, using what we refer to as the “dropout” method. Previous studies of this dropout procedure have used word lists as to-be-remembered material, but the present experiments used brief story vignettes with one-word titles . These vignettes showed a strong dropout forgetting effect in free recall. Both text and picture cues from the vignettes eliminated the forgetting effect on a subsequent cued r…Read more
  •  23
    Memory and the brain: A retrospective
    with Heather Bortfeld and Louis G. Tassinary
    Cognition and Emotion 20 (7): 1027-1045. 2006.
    No abstract
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    Environmental context and recognition memory reconsidered
    Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 23 (3): 173-176. 1985.
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    The Cambridge companion to Leo Strauss (edited book)
    Cambridge University Press. 2009.
    The essays of The Cambridge Companion to Leo Strauss provide a comprehensive and non-partisan survey of the major themes and problems that constituted Strauss's work.
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    The Constitution & the Pride of Reason
    Oxford University Press on Demand. 1998.
    Observing that standard accounts of constitutional law - both the "conservative" and "liberal" varieties - have lost their power to illuminate, The Constitution and the Pride of Reason explores how constitutional law hangs together (and how it falls apart) by investigating the perennial claim that the Constitution and its interpretation somehow embody a commitment to governance by "reason". What does this claim mean, and is it valid? In confronting these queries, Smith offers revealing and icono…Read more