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Imagination, Cognition and Personality

Consciousness in Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice

Editors
James M. Honeycutt, Ph.D. Louisiana State University, USA
Keith D. Markman, Ph.D. Ohio University, USA
Jennifer Cumming, Ph.D. University of Birmingham, UK


eISSN: 15414477 | ISSN: 02762366 | Current volume: 37 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: Quarterly

Imagination, Cognition and Personality is dedicated to the study of the human imagination and publishes work that focuses on cognition and mental simulation, subjective aspects of personality, and consciousness itself. Thus, topics such as retrospection and prospection, creativity, dreaming, morality, motor imagery, health-promoting imagery, sport-related imagery, archetypal imagery, the development of imaging ability, the neuroscience of memory, dissociated and false memories, memory construction, narrative construction, spatial and temporal cognition, regret and counterfactual thinking, intrapersonal communication, emotion, and individual differences in cognitive style, temperament, or personality, as well as the neural and physiological underpinnings of conscious imagery all fall within the purview of Imagination, Cognition and Personality.

Since 1981, Imagination, Cognition and Personality has presented thoughtful investigations of mental images and fantasies, memory fragments and future anticipations, sensations and emotions, intrapersonal communication, and narrative constructions—all of which constitute our stream of consciousness. It has presented original scientific essays exploring the flow of conscious experience in relation to human cognition and personality, as well as to applications in psychotherapy and medicine, in education and psychological testing, and in the fine arts and other liberal arts.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Articles in Imagination, Cognition and Personality examine the stream of consciousness and the flow of human experience in relationship to human development and behavior, imagery and creativity, fantasy and imagination, brain structure and function, aesthetics and the humanities, and social and cultural influences. A variety of authorities examine the uses of imagery, fantasy and other resources of consciousness in psychotherapy, behavior modification, hypnosis, medicine, education, and other applied fields.

Advisory Board
Eric Klinger, Ph.D. University of Minnesota, USA
Robert G. Kunzendorf University of Massachusetts Lowell, Department of Psychology, USA
Jerome L. Singer Yale University, USA
Editorial Board
Elinor Amit, Ph.D. Harvard University, USA
Dierdre Barrett, Ph.D. Harvard Medical School, USA
Kristen Berkos, Ph.D. Bryant University, USA
Alfredo Campos, Ph.D. University of Santiago De Compostela, Spain
Patrick Carroll, Ph.D. The Ohio State University, USA
Sylvie Chokron, Ph.D. Foundation Ophtalmologique Rothschild, Paris, France
Cesare Cornoldi, Ph.D. Universitiá degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Kristi Costabile, Ph.D. Iowa State University, USA
Jim Davies, Ph.D. Carleton University, Canada
Philip De Brigard, Ph.D. Duke University, USA
Daniel Eaves, Ph.D. Teesside University, UK
Cornelia Frank, Ph.D. Bielefeld University, Germany
Peter Giacobbi, Ph.D. West Virginia University, USA
Thalia Goldstein, Ph.D. Pace University, USA
Melanie Green, Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo, USA
Azriel Grysman, Ph.D. Hamilton College, USA
Mark Hamilton, Ph.D. University of Connecticut, USA
Ernest Hartmann, M.D. Tufts Medical School
Mardi Horowitz, M.D. University of California, San Francisco, USA
Timothy L. Hubbard, Ph.D. Texas Christian University, USA
Marcia K. Johnson, Ph.D. Yale University, USA
Tracey Kahan, Ph.D. Santa Clara University, USA
Shaughan Keaton, PhD Young Harris College, USA
Steven J. Lynn, Ph.D. Binghamton University, USA
Tadhg Mac Intyre, Ph.D. University of Limerick, Ireland
T. Philip Madison, Ph.D. Stephen F. Austin State University, USA
Samuel Maglio, Ph.D. University of Toronto, Canada
John D. Mayer, Ph.D. University of New Hampshire, USA
Allyssa McCabe, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
Sheree A. McCormick, Ph.D. Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Sanna Nordin-Bates, Ph.D. Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Sweden
Jenny O, Ph.D. California State University, East Bay, USA
Wendy M. Rodgers, Ph.D. University of Alberta, Canada
Jonathan Schooler, Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Michael Schredl, Ph.D. Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany
Paul Silvia, Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Jefferson Singer, Ph.D. Connecticut College, USA
Karl Szpunar, Ph.D. University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Marjorie Taylor, Ph.D. University of Oregon, USA
Roni Beth Tower, Ph.D. Tarrytown, New York, USA
Dylan Wagner, Ph.D. The Ohio State University, USA
Candace Wakefield, Ph.D. Liverpool Hope University, UK
Benjamin Wallace, Ph.D. Cleveland State University, USA
Ellen Winner, Ph.D. Boston College and Harvard Project Zero, USA
Barbara Woike, Ph.D. Barnard College, Columbia University, USA
Former Editor
Robert G. Kunzendorf University of Massachusetts Lowell, Department of Psychology, USA
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