Some Recent Papers

 

Recent papers are listed here by author(s) and title only.

Publication details are provided on subsequent pages.


Four papers on delusions, with Max Coltheart

For details, see The ‘Peircean pathway’ account of abduction, belief formation and delusions on the Cognitive Science page.


Coltheart, M. and Davies, M.

What is Capgras delusion? (in press)


Coltheart, M. and Davies, M.

Failure of hypothesis evaluation as a factor in delusional belief. (2021)


Coltheart, M. and Davies, M.

How unexpected observations lead to new beliefs: A Peircean pathway. (2021)


Davies, M. and Coltheart, M.

A Peircean pathway from surprising facts to new beliefs. (2020)



de Silva, J., Chen, H., Isaac, S., White, R.C., Davies, M. and Aimola Davies, A.M.

Effects of symmetry and apparent distance in a parasagittal-mirror variant of the rubber hand illusion paradigm. (2021)

For details and related papers, see Rubber hand illusion on the Empirical Collaborations page.


Davies, M., McGill, C.L. and Aimola Davies, A.M.

Anosognosia for motor impairments as a delusion:

Anomalies of experience and belief evaluation. (in press)   

For details and related papers, see Anosognosia and other delusions on the Cognitive Science page.


White, R.C., Davies, M. and Aimola Davies, A.M.

Inattentional blindness on the full-attention trial:

Are we throwing out the baby with the bathwater? (2018)

For details and related papers, see Inattentional blindness on the Empirical Collaborations page.