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Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines


Inquiry is now edited by a team at Sam Houston State University. Information regarding submissions is available on the university's website here -

Managing Editor

All submissions and related correspondence should be addressed to the managing editor:

Dr. Thomas Brommage
Department of Psychology and Philosophy
Sam Houston State University
P. O. Box 2447, SHSU
Huntsville, Texas 77341
Tel: 936-294-1509
E-mail: [email protected]

Associate Editors

  • Valerie Muehsam, Department of Economics and International Business
  • John Miller, Department of Economics and International Business
  • Michael S. Vaughn, College of Criminal Justice
  • Marcus Gillespie, Department of Geology and Geography
  • Daphne Johnson, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Jeff Anastasi, Department of Psychology and Philosophy
  • Matthew Rowe, Department of Biological Sciences
  • Chris White, Department of Mass Communication

Production Editor

Janet Fair, SAM Center, SHSU

Founding Editors

Wendy Oxman
Robert Michael Esformes

Editorial Advisory Board

  • J. Anthony Blair, Philosophy, University of Windsor
  • Linda Elder, Educational Psychology, Foundation for Critical Thinking
  • Robert Ennis, Education and Philosophy, University of Illinois
  • Daniel Fasko, Educational Psychology, Bowling Green State University
  • Alec Fisher, Philosophy, University of East Anglia
  • Donald Hatcher, Philosophy, Baker University
  • Ralph Johnson, Philosophy, University of Windsor
  • Richard Mayer, Psychology, University of California-Santa Barbara
  • Gerald Nosich, Philosophy, Buffalo State College
  • Kevin Possin, Philosophy, Winona State University
  • Richard Paul, Foundation for Critical Thinking
  • Michael Scriven, Psychology and Evaluation, Claremont Graduate School / Western Michigan University
  • Harvey Siegel, Philosophy, University of Miami
  • Keith Stanovich, Psychology, University of Toronto
  • James Trefil, Physics, George Mason University
  • Mark Weinstein, Philosophy, Montclair State University