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We recommend a look at Norman Holland's new book, "Literature and the Brain," published by the PsyArt Foundation, and available at: http://www.literatureandthebrain.com
Keith Oatley, Kirsten Cadieux, Maja Djikic, and the rest of the group at OnFiction has an excellent blog/online-magazine about the psychology of fiction, located at http://www.onfiction.ca.
U.C. Santa Barbara's Aranye Fradenburg is developing an approach within the English Department there called "Literature and the Mind," and that exciting program can be explored here: http://mind.english.ucsb.edu/
Jonathan Gottschall, the Center for Cognitive Literary Studies' first guest speaker, has a home page at http://www.washjeff.edu/users/jgottschall
Merlin Donald's home page can be reached at http://www.case.edu/artsci/cogs/donald.html
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