In interactionism, there has been a long-standing interest in the relationship between cognitive processes and the social. This is reflected, for example, in the recent publication of book reviews by Simon Gottschalk on Rose and Abi-Rachette’s “Neuro”, Patrick Watson’s review of Alač’s “Handing Digital Brains” or Andrew Balmer’s review of Pickersgill and van Keulen’s “Sociological Reflections on the Neurosciences”.
On Early View now there is a new article y Ryan McVeigh who addresses recent developments in the cognitive sciences by linking them back to George Herbert Mead’s work. McVeigh’s article “Basic-Level Categories, Mirror Neurons, and Joint-Attention Schemes: Three Points of Intersection Between G.H. Mead and Cognitive Science” can be downloaded by subscribers by clicking on the image below.