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Dewey, A. R. (May 2023). Pressing Christie et al.’s (2023) objection: Why single out selected effects? Forthcoming in Australasian Philosophical Review. [pdf]

Dewey, A. R. (Mar 2023). Metacognitive control in single- vs. dual-process theory. Thinking & Reasoning, 29(2): 177–212. [doi] [pdf]

Dewey, A. R. (Nov 2022). Categorizing judgments as likely to be selected by intuition or deliberation. Forthcoming in Behavioral & Brain Sciences. [pdf]

Dewey, A. R. (Nov 2022). Arbitrating norms for reasoning tasks. Synthese, 200: 502. [doi] [pdf]

Dewey, A. R. (Jul 2021). Reframing single- and dual-process theories as cognitive models: Commentary on De Neys (2021). Perspectives on Psychological Science, 16(6): 1428–31. [doi] [pdf]

Dewey, A. R. (May 2017). Anthropomorphism and anthropectomy as friendly competitors. Philosophical Psychology, 30(7): 970–991. [doi]

Dewey, A. R. (May 2017). A dual systems theory of incontinent action. Philosophical Psychology, 30(7): 925–944. [doi]


Paper with Rhys Borchert on praiseworthiness of non-human animal action (conditionally accepted at Biology & Philosophy)

Paper on a mechanistic approach to moral reasoning (under review)

Paper on irreducible normativity in biological functions (under review)

Paper on neural relevance in explaining behaviour (preparing for submission)

Paper on neural basis for cognitive control in reasoning (in preparation)

Paper with Travis Quigley on navigating complexity in political planning (in preparation)

Paper with Anna Bella Sicilia on consistency and compartmentalization in ideology (in preparation)