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Here is a sample of our recent publications on the topic of inner experience: 

Simons, J. S., Ritchey, M., & Fernyhough, C. (2022). Brain mechanisms underlying the subjective experience of remembering. Annual Review of Psychology, 73, 159-186.

Folville, A., Simons, J. S., D'Argembeau, A., & Bastin, C. (2022). I remember it like it was yesterday: Age-related differences in the subjective experience of remembering. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 29, 1223-1245.

Humphreys, G.F., Lambon-Ralph, M. A., & Simons, J. S. (2021). A unifying account of angular gyrus contributions to episodic and semantic cognition. Trends in Neurosciences, 44, 452-463.

Simons, J. S., Mitrenga, K., & Fernyhough, C. (2020). Towards an interdisciplinary science of the subjective experience of remembering. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 32, 29-34.

Liikkanen, L. A., & Jakubowski, K. (2020). Involuntary musical imagery as a component of ordinary music cognition: A review of empirical evidence. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 27, 1195-1217.

Jakubowski, K. (2020). Musical imagery. In A. Abraham (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Imagination (pp. 187-206). Cambridge University Press.

Jakubowski, K., Bashir, Z., Farrugia, N., & Stewart, L. (2018). Involuntary and voluntary recall of musical memories: A comparison of temporal accuracy and emotional responses. Memory & Cognition, 46, 741-756.

Jakubowski, K., Finkel, S., Stewart, L., & Müllensiefen, D. (2017). Dissecting an earworm: Melodic features and song popularity predict involuntary musical imagery. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 11, 122-135. 

Krueger, J., Osler, L., & Roberts, T. (Forthcoming). Loneliness and absence in psychopathology. Topoi, "Loneliness", eds. Emily Hughes, Joel Krueger, Tom Roberts, & Axel Seemann.

Krueger, J. (2022). Affordances and absence in psychopathology. In Affordances in Everyday Life - A Multidisciplinary Collection of Essays, ed. Zakaria Djebbara. Springer Nature: 141-147

Krueger, J. (2021). Enactivism, other minds, and mental disorders. Synthese. 198: 365-389.

Krueger, J. (2020). Watsuji, intentionality, and psychopathology. Philosophy East and West. 70.3:757-780.

Krueger, J. (2020). Schizophrenia and the scaffolded self. Topoi. 39: 597-609. 

Krueger, J. (2019). Music as affective scaffolding. In Music and Consciousness II, eds. David Clarke, Ruth Herbert, and Eric Clarke. Oxford University Press: 48-63

Lyne, R. (2020). Shakespeare and the wandering mind. Journal of the British Academy, 8, 1-27.

Lyne, R. (2019). Reading for evidence of faith in Herbert’s poems. Review of English Studies, 71, 74-92.

Mac Cumhaill, C., & Wiseman, R. (2022). The Importance of Murdoch's early encounters with Anscombe and Marcel. In The Murdochian Mind (eds. Hopwood, M., & Panizza, S.). Routledge 

Mac Cumhaill, C. (2020). Co-seeing and seeing through: reimagining Kant’s subtraction argument with Stumpf and Husserl. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 28, 1217-1239. 

Mac Cumhaill, C. (2020). Still life, a mirror: Phasic memory and re-encounters with artworks. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 11, 423-446. 

Mac Cumhaill, C. (2017). Night fight. In The Ontology of Emotion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 187-208. 

Mingon, M., & Sutton, J. (2021). Why robots can’t haka: Skilled performance and embodied knowledge in the Māori haka. Synthese, 199 (1/2) (special issue, ‘Minds in Skilled Performance’), 4337-4365.
Sutton, J. (2018). Shared remembering and distributed affect: Varieties of psychological interdependence. In Kourken Michaelian, Dorothea Debus, and Denis Perrin (eds), New Directions in the Philosophy of Memory (pp. 181-199). London: Routledge.
Sutton, J. (2011). Time, experience, and Descriptive Experience Sampling. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 18, 118-129.

Kavedžija, I. (2019). “I move my hand and then I see it”: sensing and knowing with young artists in Japan". Asian Anthropology, 18, 222–37.

Wilkinson, S. (in press). Psychiatric fictionalism and narratives of responsibility. Philosophical Explorations. 

Rappe, S., & Wilkinson, S. (in press). Counterfactual cognition and psychosis: Adding complexity to predictive processing accounts. Philosophical Psychology. 

Wilkinson, S., Alderson-Day, B., Green, H., Hare, S., Humpston, C., &. Houlders, J. (2022). Thinking about hallucinations: Why philosophy matters. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 27, 219-235.

Wilkinson, S. (2021). What can predictive processing tell us about the contents of perceptual experience? in Purpose and Procedure in the Philosophy of Perception (Logue and Richardson eds.). Oxford University Press.

Deane, G., Miller, M., & Wilkinson, S. (2020). Losing ourselves: Active inference, depersonalisation and meditation. Frontiers in Psychology

Clark, A., Friston, K., & Wilkinson, S. (2019). Bayesing qualia: Consciousness as inference, not raw datum. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 26, 19-33. 

Bernini, M., & Fernyhough, C. (2022). Resampling (narrative) stream of consciousness: Mind wandering, inner speech, and reading as reversed introspection. Modern Fiction Studies, 68, 639-667.

Bernini, M. (2018). Affording innerscapes: Dreams, introspective imagery and the narrative exploration of personal geographies. Frontiers of Narrative Studies, 4, 291-311.

 Alderson-Day, B., Bernini, M., & Fernyhough, C. (2017). Uncharted features and dynamics of reading: Voices, characters, and crossing of experiences. Consciousness and Cognition, 49, 98-109.

Bernini, M. (2022). Personification as Élanification: Agency combustion and narrative layering in worlding perceived relations. In Worlding the Brain, eds. Besser, Stephan, Goede, Nim & Lysen, Flora Leiden: Brill.

Bernini, M. (2020). The Heterocosmic Self: Analogy, temporality and structural couplings in Proust's 'Swann's Way'. In Distributed Cognition in Victorian Culture and Modernism, eds. Anderson, M., Garratt, P. & Sprevak, M. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Moseley, P., Alderson-Day, B., Common, S., Dodgson, G., Lee, R., Mitrenga, K., Moffatt, J., and Fernyhough, C. (2022). Continuities and discontinuities in the cognitive mechanisms associated with clinical and non-clinical auditory verbal hallucinations. Clinical Psychological Science, 10, 752-766.

Moseley, P., Aleman, A., Allen, P., Bell, V., Bless, J., Bortolon, C., Cella, M., Garrison, J., Hugdahl, K., Kozáková, E., Larøi, F., Moffatt, J., Say, N., Smailes, D., Suzuki, M., Toh, W. L., Woodward, T., Zaytseva., Y., Rossell, S., and Fernyhough, C. (2021). Correlates of hallucinatory experiences in the general population: An international multi-site replication study. Psychological Science, 32, 1024-1037.

Moseley, P., Powell, A., Woods, A., Fernyhough, C., and Alderson-Day, B. (2022). Voice-hearing across the continuum: A phenomenology of spiritual voices. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 48, 1066-1074.

Powell, A. J., & Moseley, P. (2021). When spirits speak: Absorption, attribution, and identity among spiritualists who report “clairaudient” voice experiencesMental Health, Religion & Culture, 23, 841-856. 

Toh, W. L., Moseley, P., & Fernyhough, C. (2022). Hearing voices as a feature of typical and psychopathological experience. Nature Reviews Psychology, 1, 72-86.

Dudley, R., Watson, F., O’Grady, L., Aynsworth, C., Dodgson, G., Common, S., Alderson-Day, B., and Fernyhough, C. (2023). Prevalence and nature of multi-sensory and multi-modal hallucinations in people with first episode psychosis. Psychiatry Research, 319, 114988.

Borghi, A. M., & Fernyhough, C. (2022). Concepts, abstractness, and inner speech. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 378, 20210371.

Moffatt, J., Mitrenga, K., Alderson-Day, B., Moseley, P., & Fernyhough, C. (2020). Inner experience differs in rumination and distraction without a change in electromyographical correlates of inner speech. PLoS One, 15(9), e0238920. 

Fernyhough, C., Alderson-Day, B., Hurlburt, R. T., & Kühn, S. (2018). Investigating multiple streams of consciousness: Using Descriptive Experience Sampling to explore internally and externally directed streams of thought. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, 494.

Hurlburt, R. T., Alderson-Day, B., Fernyhough, C., & Kühn, S. (2017). Can inner experience be apprehended in high fidelity? Examining brain activation and experience from multiple perspectives. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 43.

Hurlburt, R. T., Alderson-Day, B., Kühn, S., & Fernyhough, C. (2016). Exploring the ecological validity of thinking on demand: Neural correlates of elicited vs. spontaneously occurring inner speech. PLOS ONE, 11(2): e0147932.