Re: [xmca] Finding info in prior messages

From: deborah downing-wilson <ddowningw who-is-at>
Date: Sun Apr 15 2007 - 13:50:40 PDT

Perfect. This kind of advice is exactly what I lurk around hoping to find.
Thanks again.

On 4/15/07, Mike Cole <> wrote:
> Folks-
> Deborah's message asking about the article co-authored by Demasio
> motivates
> me to remind folks that information that appears on XMCA is in principle
> always retrievable by a couple of means. If you can remember a key word,
> googling lchc at the home page will get you there. If you
> cannot
> but remember that the topic came up "last week" (or in this case, last
> month) you can go to the xmca home page ( I
> think,
> follow
> the red brick road) and get prior discussions. I remembered the Gordon had
> posted the information about this and other articles on xmca and after a
> false
> start with current discussions, checked march, search by author, and
> voila!
> Deborah-- I think the entire issue the article was taken from will be of
> interest to you. I retrieved them all at <
> which is a new journal that is not yet available online here so far as I
> could tell. The editors' intro provides the rationale for why a journal on
> mind, brain
> and education now. Of relevance to anyone who takes seriously LSV's idea
> of
> the development of humans as the emergent outcome of phylogenetic,
> cultural, ontogenetic, and microgenetic history!!
> mike
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Deborah Downing Wilson
Laboratory for Comparative Human Cognition
University of California San Diego
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Received on Sun Apr 15 14:52 PDT 2007

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