Philosophical Psychology is an international journal devoted to developing and strengthening the links between philosophy and the psychological sciences, both as basic sciences and as employed in applied settings, by publishing original, peer-refereed contributions to this expanding field of study and research.
Published articles deal with issues that arise in the cognitive and brain sciences, and in areas of applied psychology. Emphasis is placed on articles concerned with cognitive and perceptual processes, models of psychological processing, including neural network and dynamical systems models, and relations between psychological theories and accounts of neural underpinnnings or environmental context. The journal also publishes theoretical articles concerned with the nature and history of psychology, the philosophy of science as applied to psychology, and explorations of the underlying issues — theoretical and ethical — in contemporary educational, clinical, occupational and health psychology.
As well as psychologists and philosophers, the journal’s readers and contributors include neuroscientists, linguistics, computer scientists, biologists, and sociologists — reporting experimental, theoretical, and clinical work which relates to underlying philosophical interests.
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