Where is your pain? A cross-cultural comparison of the concept of pain in Americans and South Koreans, Studia Philosophical Estonia, forthcoming, with H. Kim, N. Poth, & J. Sytsma, PDF.
Inferring Sensory Experiences, In M. Knauff et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 35th CogSci Conference, 1217-1222, 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, 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
No knowledge required. Episteme, forthcoming, with Peter Brössel.
How not to characterize a hard case. Ratio, 2017, with Michael Messerli.
Experimental Philosophy of Pain. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, 2017, with Justin Sytsma.
Stereotypes, conceptual centrality and gender bias: An empirical investigation.Ratio, 2017, with Guillermo Del Pinal, & Alex Madva. PDF
Hard cases of comparison. Philosophical Studies, 2017, with Michael Messerli. Read here.