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From: Mark Turner <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 2:05 AM
Subject: invitation to post to the Cognitive Science Network
To: Mark Turner <[log in to unmask]>


The Cognitive Science Network (CSN), a branch of the Social Science Research
Network (SSRN), invites researchers to post working papers, papers in
preparation, published papers, and abstracts of papers, conference
presentations, and other scholarly contributions.  More than 250,000 authors
have posted papers to SSRN.  There have been more than 27 million downloads
from the network.  Several disciplinary organizations have established a
principal affiliation with SSRN.  Most recently, the American Political
Science Association, with 35,000 members, has arranged for SSRN to be the
repository for presentations delivered at its annual meetings.  The APSA is
additionally posting its library of papers from past meetings to SSRN.  SSRN
presently hosts large meetings in finance and law, including the annual
Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (with about 400 participants).  SSRN
never takes copyright.  Registration is free.  The network provides
individual authors with dedicated pages for their work, free.  It is always
free to upload papers to CSN, to search for papers, and to download papers
uploaded by authors.  Authors may publish their work elsewhere as they
prefer and may remove their papers at any time. Submissions are accepted in
any language if the author provides a translation into English of the title
and abstract.  CSN now allows viewers to post comments on material they find
on CSN.  CSN has been conceived as a service directed by cognitive
scientists to provide rapid dissemination of research in cognitive science
and a stable, searchable repository of research papers.

The Cognitive Science Network is presented at
http://www.ssrn.com/csn/index.html .
The organization of the network is presented at
https://sites.google.com/a/case.edu/csnkeywords/.

Very truly yours,
Mark Turner
Institute Professor
and Professor of Cognitive Science
Case Western Reserve University
607 Crawford Hall
10900 Euclid Avenue
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland OH 44106
http://markturner.org

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Consider uploading your papers to CSN, the Cognitive Science Network, at
http://ssrn.com/csn/index.html.  Authors retain copyright.  It is always
free to upload and search papers and to download papers authors have
uploaded.  My papers are available on CSN at http://ssrn.com/author=1058129.