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Researcher Karina Vold published in Synthese, PLOS ONE and Philosophy and Society

Karina Vold’s research on extended cognition and on framing effects on legal decision-making has recently been published in the academic journals Synthese, PLOS ONE, and Philosophy and Society.

Here are links to these papers:

1. Paper in Synthese, “Extended Mathematical Cognition” 

2. Paper in PLoSONE, "Reconciling the opposing effects of neurobiological evidence on criminal sentencing judgments

3. Paper in Philosophy and Society, “Overcoming Deadlock: Scientific and ethical reasons to embrace the extended mind” 

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