- Aphantasia: In Search of a Theory (2022). Mind and Language. https://doi.org/10.1111/mila.12432
- Imagination as a Skill: A Bayesian Proposal. (2022) Synthese 200, 119. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-022-03550-z
- Direct Social Perception of Emotions in Close Relations (2017). Phenomenology and Mind, 12. Issue on New Trends in Philosophy. 184-195. https://doi.org/10.13128/Phe_Mi-21117
Drafts available on request.
Some of my research is also published as accessible blog posts on the Junkyard of the Mind – I have one on aphantasia, and one on affective forecasting.
- Parting with Perceptualism: the Neuroscience of Visual Imagery (Imagination and Belief workshop, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 2022)
- Imagery and Memory in Aphantasia (Harvard University's Schacter Memory Lab, 2022)
- Imagine that! Aphantasia is an Episodic Memory Condition (Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 2021)
- Aphantasia: In Search of a Theory (Second Annual C.O.V.I.D. Gathering, online)
- Great Expectations: Imagining Future Moods and Emotions (European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Athens, 2019)
- Improving Imagination (The Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society & the Mind Association, University of Oxford, 2018)
- Knowledge Through Controlled Imagination (White Rose Philosophy Forum, University of York, 2018)
- Memory as the Route to Imagination: A Simulationist Account of Affective Forecasting (Cognition and Philosophy, University of Sheffield, 2017)