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    Brief report
    with Paul Bennett and Kyla Honey
    Cognition and Emotion 17 (3): 511-520. 2003.
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    Background: Alexithymia is a personality trait which is characterized by an inability to identify and describe conscious emotions of oneself and others.Aim: The present study aimed to determine whether various measures of mental health, interoception, psychological flexibility, and self-as-context, predicted through linear associations alexithymia as an outcome. This also included relevant mediators and non-linear predictors identified for particular sub-groups of participants through cluster an…Read more
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    Embodied anticipation in neurocomputational cognitive architectures for robotic agents
    with Alberto Montebelli and Tom Ziemke
    The Swedish Ai Society Workshop May 27-28, 2009 Ida, Linköping University. forthcoming.
  • How Inherently Non-Autonomous Are Robots?
    Constructivist Foundations 13 (3): 379-381. 2018.
    Open peer commentary on the article “What Is a Cognizing Subject? Construction, Autonomy and Original Causation” by Niall Palfreyman & Janice Miller-Young. Upshot: Palfreyman and Miller-Young claim that their theory should be capable of accounting for whether robots are inherently autonomous or not. Unfortunately, they fail to elaborate on how and to what extent they consider robotic autonomy to fit within their framework. I allude to what phenomena and modelling approaches may contribute to the…Read more
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    Open peer commentary on the article “Homeostats for the 21st Century? Simulating Ashby Simulating the Brain” by Stefano Franchi. Upshot: The target article has addressed core concepts of Ashby’s generalized homeostasis thesis as well as its relevance to building complex artificial systems. In this commentary, I discuss Ashby-inspired approaches to designing for ultrastable behaviour in robots and the extent to which complex adaptive behaviour can be underdetermined by heteronomous constraints