In press, expected December, 2021: "Adoptees Online: Collective Grief, Shared Recognition, and a New Wave of Adoption Reform," Adoption and Culture.
2021: (University of Georgia Press) "Minding Dogs: Humans, Canine Companions, and a New Philosophy of Cognitive Science" (pre-order here: https://ugapress.org/book/9780820359533/minding-dogs/) .
2021: "Dances with Dogs: Interspecies Play and a Case for Sympoietic Enactivism", Animal Cognition, 24: 353-69. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10071-020-01468-y
In production, "Toward a Phenomenology of Pre-verbal Trauma: The case of Adoption"
"Stereotype Threat and the Female Athlete: Swimming, Surfing, and Sport Martial Arts," with Audrey Yap (U. Victoria) , Cassie Comley (U. Oregon), and Caren Diehl (U.A.E. University) In M. Cappuccio, ed. The MIT Press Handbook of Embodied Cognition and Sports Psychology, 2019. (https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/handbook-embodied-cognition-and-sport-psychology). Read a pre-print version here.
Biology and Philosophy: "Dismantling Standard Cognitive Science: It's Time the Dog has Its Day", 2015.
Book Review for K. Andrews, "The Animal Mind: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Animal Cognition", Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences. 2015.
Making (Non)Sense of Gender (In T. Froese & M. Cappuccio, eds: "Making Sense of NonSense", Palgrave-MacMillan), 2014
Thinking is Movement: Dance, Agency, and a Radically Enacted Mind (Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, November 2014)
Instituting Impairment (Cognitive Systems Research, August, 2013)
Editorial Introduction: Socially Extended Cognition (Special Edition, Cognitive Systems Research, August, 2013)
The Cure for the Cure: Networked Cognition (Philosophical Psychology, 2011)