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Journal Articles

  • Gadsby, S (in press). Manipulating body representations with virtual reality: clinical implications for anorexia nervosa. Philosophical Psychology. (Final Draft)

  • Gadsby, S. (2018). Self-deception and the second factor: How desire causes delusion in anorexia nervosa. Erkenntnis. (Online First | Final Draft)

  • Gadsby, S., & Williams, D. (2018). Action, affordances, and anorexia: body representation and basic cognition. Synthese. 195(12), 5297–5317. (Published | Final Draft)

  • Clutton, P., & Gadsby, S. (2018). Delusions, harmful dysfunctions, and treatable conditions. Neuroethics, 11(2), 167-181 (Published)

  • Clutton, P., Gadsby, S., & Klein, C. (2017). Taxonomising delusions: content or aetiology?. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 22(6), 508-527. (Published)

  • Gadsby, S. (2017). Explaining body size beliefs in anorexia. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 22(6), 495-507. (Published | Final Draft)

  • Gadsby, S. (2017). Anorexia nervosa and oversized experiences. Philosophical Psychology, 30, 594-615. (Published | Final Draft)

  • Gadsby, S. (2017). Distorted body representations in anorexia nervosa. Consciousness and Cognition, 51, 17-33. (Published | Final Draft)


Commentaries

  • Gadsby, S. (2018). How are the spatial characteristics of the body represented? A reply to Pitron & de Vignemont. Consciousness and Cognition, 62, 183-168. (Published | Final Draft)

  • Gadsby, S. (2018). Is the sense of bodily ownership related to pre-reflective bodily awareness? A reply to Kuhle. Philosophical Psychology, 31(4), 629-637. (Published | Final Draft)