Stephen Gadsby
TitleCited byYear
Distorted body representations in anorexia nervosa
S Gadsby
Consciousness and cognition 51, 17-33, 2017
272017
Anorexia nervosa and oversized experiences
S Gadsby
Philosophical Psychology 30 (5), 594-615, 2017
122017
Explaining body size beliefs in anorexia
S Gadsby
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 22 (6), 495-507, 2017
102017
Action, affordances, and anorexia: body representation and basic cognition
S Gadsby, D Williams
Synthese 195 (12), 5297-5317, 2018
72018
Biased belief in the Bayesian brain: A deeper look at the evidence
BM Tappin, S Gadsby
Consciousness and cognition 68, 107-114, 2019
52019
How are the spatial characteristics of the body represented? A reply to Pitron & de Vignemont
S Gadsby
Consciousness and cognition 62, 163-168, 2018
52018
Taxonomising delusions: content or aetiology?
P Clutton, S Gadsby, C Klein
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 22 (6), 508-527, 2017
22017
Manipulating body representations with virtual reality: Clinical implications for anorexia nervosa
S Gadsby
Philosophical Psychology, 1-25, 2019
12019
Why use predictive processing to explain psychopathology? The case of anorexia nervosa
S Gadsby, J Hohwy
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
Delusions, harmful dysfunctions, and treatable conditions
P Clutton, S Gadsby
Neuroethics 11 (2), 167-181, 2018
12018
Self-Deception and the Second Factor: How Desire Causes Delusion in Anorexia Nervosa
S Gadsby
Erkenntnis, 1-18, 2018
12018
Body Representations and Cognitive Ontology: Drawing the boundaries of the body image
S Gadsby
Consciousness and cognition 74, 102772, 2019
2019
Is the sense of bodily ownership related to pre-reflective bodily awareness? A reply to Kuhle
S Gadsby
Philosophical Psychology 31 (4), 629-637, 2018
2018
Anorexia nervosa and body representation
S Gadsby
Sydney, Australia: Macquarie University, 2016
2016
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