2019 & forthcoming
Dual character concepts. Philosophy Compass, Read here.
Causal Attributions and Corpus Analysis, with Justin Sytsma, Roland Bluhm & Pascale Willemsen, and Kevin Reuter, in E. Fischer and M. Curtis (Eds.), Methodological Advances in Experimental Philosophy, Bloomsbury. Read here.
Transformative decisions. Journal of Philosophy, with Michael Messerli. Read here. PDF.
Putting pain in its proper place. Analysis, with Michael Sienhold & Justin Sytsma. Read here. PDF.
Estimating the reproducibility of experimental philosophy, Philosophical Psychology. with many others. Read here.
No knowledge required. Episteme, with Peter Brössel. Read here. PDF.
Unfelt pain. Synthese, with Justin Sytsma. Read here. PDF.
The developmental challenge to the paradox of pain. Erkenntnis. Read here. PDF.
Hard cases of comparison. Philosophical Studies, with Michael Messerli. Read here.
Stereotypes, conceptual centrality and gender bias. Ratio, with Guillermo Del Pinal, & Alex Madva. Read here. PDF
Experimental philosophy of pain. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, with Justin Sytsma. Read here.
How not to characterize a hard choice. Ratio, with Michael Messerli. Read here.
Dual character concepts in social cognition: Commitments and the normative dimension of conceptual representation.Cognitive Science, with Guillermo Del Pinal. Read here. PDF.
Is there really an omission effect? Philosophical Psychology, with Pascale Willemsen. Read here. PDF.
Reading words hurts: The impact of pain sensitivity on people's ratings of pain-related words. Language and Cognition, with M. Werning, L. Kuchinke, & E. Cosentino. Read here. PDF.
Where is your pain? A cross-cultural comparison of the concept of pain in Americans and South Koreans. Studia Philosophical Estonia, with H. Kim, N. Poth, & J. Sytsma. Read here. PDF.
What is the relation between content and representation? In: D. Hommen, T. Osswald, C. Kann (Eds.) Concepts and Categorization, mentis, PDF
The good, the bad, the timely: How temporal order and moral judgment influence causal selection. Frontiers in Psychology, with L. Kirfel, R. van Riel & L. Barlassina. Read here. PDF
Hallucinating pain. In J. Sytsma (Ed.) Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind, 2014 Bloomsbury Academic, PDF
The importance of intentions in introspection. In: B. Garvey (Ed.) Austin on Language, Palgrave Macmillan. PDF
Inferring sensory experiences. In M. Knauff et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 35th CogSci Conference, 1217-1222, PDF
Distinguishing the appearance from the reality of pain. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 18(9-10), 94-109. Read here. PDF
Is imagination introspective? Philosophia, 39, 31-38. Read here. PDF