My research focuses on philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, emotion theory, and aesthetics. I mainly work on emotions, fiction, art and implicit attitudes, such as implicit racist and sexist prejudices and stereotypes.
(Invited) Fiction & Implicit bias. Routledge Companion to Fiction & Belief. (with Moors, A.).
(2022b) Biased Emotions: Implicit Bias, Emotion & Attributability. Review of Philosophy and Psychology. (published online)
(2022a) Learning Implicit Biases from Fiction. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 80 (2), 129-139. (with Friend, S.)
(2021b) Better Scared Then Sorry: The Pragmatic Account of Emotional Representation. Erkenntnis. (published online)
(2021a) 100 x Congo. A Century of Congolese Art in Antwerp: Exhibition Review. British Journal of Aesthetics, 61 (3), 387-389.
(2019b) An empirical investigation of guilty pleasures. Philosophical Psychology, 32 (7), 1129-1155. (with Cova, F.)
(2019a) The affective experience of aesthetic properties. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 100, 283–300.
(2018) Philosophical aesthetics and cognitive science. WIREs Cognitive Science, 9 (1), (with Meskin, A., Robson, J., Ichino, A., and Monseré, A.).
(2014) Music feels like moods feel. Frontiers in Psychology 5, 327.
(2012) The poems are finding words for us, in Geert Grote Alliantie(ed.) Nederlandstalige master scripties van vijf jonge filosofen, Deventer: Deventer University Press, 67–129.
Some Papers In Progress
(1) A paper on recalcitrant emotions.
(2) Emotional experience is complex. (With Jerry Viera.)
(3) Emotion and implicit bias.
(4) Emotional content is complex.
(5) A new account of implicit bias. (With Agnes Moors.)
(6) Teleosemantics and implicit bias.
(7) Moral psychology and autism. (With Eliane Deschrijver.)