Attention and Perception
Koralus, P. (2016) “Can visual cognitive neuroscience learn anything from the philosophy of language? Ambiguity and the topology of neural network models of multistable perception.” Synthese, 193(5), pp. 1409-32.
Koralus, P. “The erotetic theory of attention: Questions, focus, and distraction.” (2014). Mind & Language, 29(1), pp. 26-50. (selected for symposium at www.philosophyofbrains.com, replies by Chris Mole, Felipe de Brigard, Sebastian Watzl, et al.)
Decision-making and moral judgment
Burgess, M. Drexler, M., Axtell, R., et al., Koralus, P., et al. (submitted). “The role of agent-based modeling in systems-based fishery management.”
Koralus, P. (under review) “Decisions, illusory reasons, and erotetic equilibrium.”
Parkinson, C. Sinnott-Armstrong, W., Koralus, P., Mendelovici, A., McGeer, V. and Wheatley, T. (2011). “Is morality unified? Evidence that distinct neural systems underlie moral judgments of harm, dishonesty, and disgust.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 23(10), pp. 3162-80.
Reasoning and delusional thinking
Koralus, P. and Mascarenhas, S. (forthcoming). “Illusory inferences in a question-based theory of reasoning.” In: Horn, L. and Turner, K. (Eds.) An Atlas of Meaning (Current Research in the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface). Brill.
Parrott, M. and Koralus, P. (2015) “The Erotetic Theory of Delusional Thinking.” Journal of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. 20(5), pp. 398-415. (commentary by John McKay and symposium on http://imperfectcognitions.blogspot.co.uk)
Mascarenhas, S. and Koralus, P. (2015). “Illusory inferences: disjunctions, indefinites, and the erotetic theory of reasoning.” In: Noelle, D. C., et al. (Eds.) (2015). Proc. 37th Meeting of the Cognitive Science Soc, Cognitive Science Society.
Koralus, P. and Mascarenhas, S. (2013). “The erotetic theory of reasoning: Bridges between formal semantics and the psychology of propositional deductive inference.” Philosophical Perspectives, 27, pp. 312-365.