"Gorillas in the missed (but not the unseen): Reevaluating the evidence for attention being necessary for consciousness," forthcoming in Mind and Language

"Consciousness and mental causation: Contemporary empirical cases for epiphenomenalism," forthcoming in Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Consciousness  

"The received method for ruling out brain areas from being NCC undermines itself," Journal of Consciousness Studies (2015)

"Dislocation, not dissociation: The neuroanatomical argument against visual consciousness driving motor action," Mind and Language (2015)

"Prefrontal lesion evidence against higher-order theories of consciousness," Philosophical Studies (2014) 167, 721-746

"Review of Elizabeth Irvine's Consciousness as a scientific concept: A philosophy of science perspective, by Elizabeth Irvine," British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2014) 65, 651-55

"Free will, moral responsibility, and mental illness: The relation between mild forms of mental illness and competent moral agency," (with Michael McKenna) Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives (2015)

"Correlation, Causation, Constitution: On the Interplay between the Science and Philosophy of Consciousness," (with Uriah Kriegel) (2015) The Constitution of Consciousness

"Awareness of unawareness: Folk psychology and introspective transparency," (with Shaun Nichols) Journal of Consciousness Studies (2011) 18(11-12),135-160

In my view, the philosophical and scientific studies of consciousness have much to learn from one another. My work focuses on forging connections between the two, using philosophical methods to further empirical research into consciousness, and empirical data to confirm or disconfirm philosophical theories of consciousness.