Cognitive neuroscience of vision and action



(1999) With M. Jeannerod. Quand voir, c'est faire. Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 53, 209, 293-319.

(2002) Seeing, perceiving and knowing, Paper for the Summer School in Analytic Philosophy on Knowledge and Cognition, July 1-7.Paris Summer School/Carleton University at Ottawa.

(2005) With M. Jeannerod. Visual cognition: a new look at the two-visual systems model. Neuropsychologia, 43(2),

(2005) Grasping and perceiving objects. In K. Akins and A. Brooks (eds.) Cognition and the Brain: The philosophy and Neuroscience Movement. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 241-283.

(2006) Portée et limites des théories énactives de l'expérience visuelle, Intellectica, 43, 11-26.

(2006) Réponse aux commentaires : Sur le contenu de l'expérience visuelle (On the Content of Visual Experience), Intellectica, 43, 117-123.

(2007) Book Symposium / Tribune du livre Précis of Ways of Seeing. Dialogue, 46, 2, 335-340.

(2007) With M. Jeannerod. Précis of Ways of Seeing, the Scope and Limits of Visual Cognition. PSYCHE, 13, 2.

(2008) The scope and limits of enactive approaches to visual experience. Perception, 37, 3, 446-461.

(2010) With F. de Vignemont. Spatial coordinates and phenomenology in the two-visual systems model. In N. Gangopadhyay, M. Madary, and F. Spicer (eds), Perception, Action and Consciousness, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 125-144.

(2013) Does the claim that phenomenology overflows cognitive access rest on an illusion? In M. Frauchiger (ed.) Themes from Putnam, de Gruyter.

(2014) The legacy of Marc Jeannerod, Neuropsychologia, 53, 3-5.

(2015) Action based accounts (of perception) in M. Matthen (ed.) Handbook of the Philosophy of Perception, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 217-236.