Useful References

Names of authors who are involved in the workshop are highlighted in bold.

Adelstein, J. S., Shehzad, Z., Mennes, M., Deyoung, C. G., Zuo, X. N., Kelly, C., Margulies, D.S., . . . Milham, M. P. (2011) Personality is reflected in the brain’s intrinsic functional architecture. PloS One6(11), e27633. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.002763

Barad, K. (2007) Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.

Beaulieu, A. (2000) The Space inside the Skull: Digital representations, brain mapping, and cognitive neuroscience in the decade of the brain. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.

Biswal, B. B., Mennes, M., Zuo, X. N., Gohel, S., Kelly, C., Smith, S. M., . . ., Margulies, D.S., … Milham, M. P. (2010). Toward discovery science of human brain function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America107(10), 4734-9. doi:10.1073/pnas.091185510

Blackman, L. (2012) Immaterial Bodies: Affect, embodiment, mediation. London and New York: Sage.

Blackman, L. and Venn, C. (2010) Special issue on Affect. Body & Society, 16(1) (includes articles by Blackman, Venn, Featherstone, Callard and Papoulias, Walkerdine, Manning and Clough).

Blackman, L. (2001) Hearing Voices: Embodiment and experience. London and New York: Free Association Books.

Callard, F., Smallwood, J. & Margulies, D.S. (2012) Default positions: how neuroscience’s historical legacy has hampered investigation of the resting mindFrontiers in Psychology 3: 321.

Callard, F., Margulies, D.S. (2011) The subject at rest: novel conceptualizations of self and brain from neuroscience’s study of the ’resting state’, Subjectivity, 4(3), 227–257.

Choudhury, S., and Slaby, J. (eds) (2011) Critical Neuroscience: A Handbook of the Social and Cultural Contexts of Neuroscience. Chicester: Wiley-Blackwell. (Especially Chapter 1: ‘Proposal for a critical neuroscience’, pp. 29-51.)

Choudhury, S., Nagel, S.K. and Slaby, J. (2009) Critical neuroscience: linking neuroscience and society through critical practice, BioSocieties, 4, 61-77.

Christoff, K., Gordon, A.M., Smallwood, J., Smith, R., Schooler, J.W. (2009) Experience sampling during fMRI reveals default network and executive system contributions to mind wandering. PNAS 106, 8719-8724.

Christoff, K., Ream, J.M., Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2004) Neural basis of spontaneous thought processes. Cortex, 40, 623-630.

Cohn, S. (2008) Making Objective Facts from intimate relations: the case of neuroscience and its entanglement with volunteers, History of the Human Sciences 21(4): 86-103.

Delamillieure, P., Doucet, G. l., Mazoyer, B., Turbelin, M.-R. e., Delcroix, N., Mellet, E., et al. The resting state questionnaire: An introspective questionnaire for evaluation of inner experience during the conscious resting state, Brain Research Bulletin, 81(6), 565-573.

Fernyhough, C. (2008) Getting Vygotskian about theory of mind: mediation, dialogue, and the development of social understanding, Developmental Review, 28, 225-262.

Fleming, S.M., Weil, R.S., Nagy, Z., Dolan, R.J., Rees, G. (2010) Relating introspective accuracy to individual differences in brain structure. Science, 329, 1541-1543.

Fotopoulou, A. (2012). Towards psychodynamic neuroscience. In  A. Fotopoulou, M. Conway, & D. Pfaff. (Eds.) From the Couch to the Lab: Trends in Psychodynamic Neuroscience. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Fotopoulou, A., Jenkinson, P.M., Tsakiris, M., Haggard, P., Rudd, A. & Kopelman, M. (2011) Mirror-view reverses somatoparaphrenia: dissociation between first- and third-person perspectives on body ownership. Neuropsychologia, 49; 3946-55.

Hurlburt, R.T. (2011) Investigating Pristine Inner Experience: Moments of truth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hurlburt, R. T. (2009)  Iteratively apprehending pristine experience,  Journal of Consciousness Studies, 16(10-12), 156-188.

Hurlburt, R. T., and Akhter, S.A. (2008) Unsymbolized thinking, Consciousness and Cognition, 17, 1364-1374.

Hurlburt, R.T. and Heavy, C.L. (2006) Exploring Inner Experience. John Benjamins.

Jasanoff, S., Markle, G.E., Peterson, J.C. and Pinch, T.J. (2002) Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. London: Sage.

Jones, S.R. and Fernyhough, C. (2007) Neural correlates of inner speech and auditory verbal hallucinations: a critical review and theoretical integration. Clinical Psychology Review 27(2), 140–154.

Kühn, S., Schmiedek, F., Brose, A., Schott, B.H., Lindenberger, U., Lövden, M. (in press) The neural representation of intrusive thoughts, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Kühn, S., and Brass, M. (2009) Retrospective construction of the judgement of free choice, Consciousness and Cognition, 18(1), 12-21.

Margulies, D. S., Vincent, J. L., Kelly, C., Lohmann, G., Uddin, L. Q., Biswal, B. B., . . . Petrides, M. (2009) Precuneus shares intrinsic functional architecture in humans and monkeys. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(47), 20069-74. doi:10.1073/pnas.090531410

Mason M.F., Norton, M.I., Van Horn, J.D., Wegner, D.M., Grafton, S.T., Macrae, C. (2007) Wandering minds: The default network and stimulus-independent thought, Science 315, 393.

McCarthy-Jones, S. R., and Fernyhough, C. (2011) The varieties of inner speech: links between quality of inner speech and psychopathological variables in a sample of young adults, Consciousness and Cognition20, 1586-1593.

Morawski, J.G. (2011) The location of our debates: finding, fixing and enacting Reality. Theory and Psychology, 21(2): 260-274.

Morawski, J.G. (2007) Scientific selves: Discerning the subject and the experimenter in experimental psychology in the United States, 1900-1935. In M. Ash & T. Stern (Eds.), Psychology’s Territories: Historical and contemporary perspectives from different disciplines (pp. 129-148). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Morawski, J.G. (2005) Reflexivity and the psychologist. History of the Human Sciences, 18(4), 77–105.

Papoulias, C. and Callard, F. The rehabilitation of the drive in neuropsychoanalysis: from sexuality to self-preservation. In: Kirchhoff, C. & Scharbert, G. Freuds Referenzen. Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos; 2012:189-215.

Papoulias, C., and Callard, F. (2010) Biology’s gift: interrogating the turn to affect, Body & Society, 16(1), 29-56.

Roepstorff, A. (2004) Mapping brain mappers: an ethnographic coda. In Human Brain Function. London: Elsiever.

Sambo, C., Howard, M., Williams, S., Kopelman, M., & Fotopoulou, A. (2010) Knowing that you care: effects of perceived empathy and attachment style on pain, Pain, 151, 687–693.

Schilbach, L., Timmermans, B., Reddy, V., Costall, A., Bente, G., Schlicht, T., Vogeley, K. (In press) Toward a second-person neuroscience, Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Schilbach, L. (2010) A second-person approach to other minds, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11(6), 449.

Schmid, U. (2013) Becoming aware of one another: two routes towards joint attention. In: Kobow, B., Schmid, H.B., Schmitz, M. (Eds), The Background of Social Reality, Springer.

Schmid, U. (2011) Where individuals meet society. The collective dimensions of self-evaluation and self-knowledge. In: Ziv, A.K., Lehrer, K., Schmid, H.B. (Eds), Self-Evaluation: affective and social grounds of intentionality. Springer, pp. 253-73.

Slaby, J. (2010) Steps towards a critical neuroscience, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 9, 397-416.

Slaby, J., Haueis, P., and Choudhury, S. (2012) Neuroscience as applied hermeneutics: towards a critical neuroscience of political theory. In: F. Vander Valk (ed.), Essays on Neuroscience and Political Theory (pp. 50-73). New York: Routledge.

Smallwood, J., Beach, E., Schooler, J.W., Handy, T.C. (2008) Going AWOL in the brain: Mind wandering reduces cortical analysis of external events, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 458-469.

Smallwood, J. and Schooler, J.W. (2006) The restless mind, Psychol Bull, 132(6), 946-58.


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