Higher Mental Processes Now Available!

AJP_CTcover2We are excited to announce the release of a new e-book Higher Mental Processes, the first volume in the newest series Common Threads. Compiled by the editor of the American Journal of Psychology, Robert W. Proctor, this volume contains ten highly regarded articles from the Journal that discuss higher order thinking. The articles span the 125 year history and are authored by the most prominent names in the field. Each volume of Common Threads will bring together related content from our catalog of journals into e-book format, allowing the reader to experience several thematically-related scholarly articles at one time.  E-books are available for order in paperback. See the link for further details.

Check out Higher Mental Processes on Amazon and keep an eye out for new titles to appear under the series Common Threads!

COMING SOON!!! Announcing COMMON THREADS, a new series from the University of Illinois Press.

AJP_CTcover2This series brings together related journal content into e-book format, allowing the reader to experience several thematically-related scholarly articles at one time. This innovative new series aims to gather hand-selected material by leading scholars in an easy-to-digest format that will appeal to a wider audience than before.

Our first e-book in this series, Higher Mental Processes, was curated by Robert W. Proctor, editor of The American Journal of Psychology. The idea for this collection originated with an article by R .A. Carlson that was featured in the 125th anniversary issue of the Journal. Starting with this piece, which categorizes processes of higher-order thinking, Proctor added nine related articles from different issues throughout the Journal’s history that complemented the theme and resulted in a ten article e-book with a special introduction from the editor.

Look for future Common Threads from our other titles!

Common Threads: Higher Mental Processes will be on our website at http://www.press.uillinois.edu/common_threads.html