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Jake Quilty-Dunn
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Against dispositionalism: Belief in cognitive science
J Quilty-Dunn, E Mandelbaum
Philosophical Studies 175, 2353-2372, 2018
1222018
Perceptual pluralism
J Quilty‐Dunn
Nos 54 (4), 807-838, 2020
1152020
What is an object file?
EJ Green, J Quilty-Dunn
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 2021
922021
The best game in town: The reemergence of the language-of-thought hypothesis across the cognitive sciences
J Quilty-Dunn, N Porot, E Mandelbaum
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46, e261, 2023
862023
Polysemy and thought: Toward a generative theory of concepts
J Quilty‐Dunn
Mind & Language 36 (1), 158-185, 2021
812021
Inferential transitions
J Quilty-Dunn, E Mandelbaum
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 96 (3), 532-547, 2018
702018
Iconicity and the format of perception
J Quilty-Dunn
Journal of Consciousness Studies 23 (3-4), 255-263, 2016
472016
Perceptual attribution and perceptual reference
J Quilty‐Dunn, EJ Green
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 106 (2), 273-298, 2023
442023
Problems and mysteries of the many languages of thought
E Mandelbaum, Y Dunham, R Feiman, C Firestone, EJ Green, D Harris, ...
Cognitive Science 46 (12), e13225, 2022
392022
Sensory binding without sensory individuals
J Quilty-Dunn
Sensory Individuals: Unimodal and Multimodal Perspectives, 77, 2023
332023
Believing in perceiving: Known illusions and the classical dual‐component theory
J Quilty‐Dunn
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 96 (4), 550-575, 2015
332015
Believing without reason, or: Why liberals shouldn’t watch Fox News
E Mandelbaum, J Quilty-Dunn
The Harvard Review of Philosophy 22, 42-52, 2015
302015
Is iconic memory iconic?
J Quilty‐Dunn
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 101 (3), 660-682, 2020
272020
The outlier paradox: The role of iterative ensemble coding in discounting outliers.
ML Epstein, J Quilty-Dunn, E Mandelbaum, TA Emmanouil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 46 (11…, 2020
252020
Attention and encapsulation
J Quilty‐Dunn
Mind & Language 35 (3), 335-349, 2020
252020
Concepts and predication from perception to cognition
J Quilty-Dunn
242020
Syntax and semantics of perceptual representation
JK Quilty-Dunn
City University of New York, 2017
192017
Believing our eyes: The role of false belief in the experience of cinema
J Quilty-Dunn
British Journal of Aesthetics 55 (3), 269-283, 2015
172015
Unconscious perception and phenomenal coherence
J Quilty-Dunn
Analysis 79 (3), 461-469, 2019
162019
Non-inferential transitions: Imagery and association
J Quilty-Dunn, E Mandelbaum
Inference and consciousness, 151-171, 2019
13*2019
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