Pierre Jacob - Selected Publications#

Jacob, P. (1997) What Minds Can Do (Cambridge University Press)

Jacob, P. & Jeannerod, M. (2003) Ways of Seeing, the Scope and Limits of Visual Cognition (Oxford University Press)

Jacob, P. L’Intentionnalité, problèmes de philosophie de l’esprit (Paris, Odile Jacob, 2004).

Jacob, P. et Jeannerod, M. (2005) The motor theory of social cognition : a critique. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, 1, 21-25.

Jacob, P. (2008) What do mirror neurons contribute to human social cognition ? Mind and Language, 23, 2, 190-223.

Jacob, P. (2009) The tuning-fork model of human social cognition : a critique. Consciousness and Cognition, 18, 1, 229-243.

Jacob, P. (2012) Sharing and ascribing goals. Mind and Language, 27, 2, 200-227.

De Vignemont, F. et Jacob, P. (2012) What is it like to feel another’s pain ? Philosophy of Science, 79, 2, 295-316.

Gergely, G. et Jacob, P. (2012) Reasoning about instrumental and communicative agency in infancy. In J. Benson (Serial Ed.) & F. Xu

Jacob, P. (2013) How from action-mirroring to intention-ascription? Consciousness and Cognition, 22(3):1132-41,

Buon, M., Jacob, P. Loissel, E. & Dupoux, E. (2013) A non-mentalistic cause-based heuristic in human social
evaluations. Cognition, 126, 149–155.

Helming, K., Strickland, B. & Jacob, P. (2014) Making sense of early false-belief understanding. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 18, 4, 167-170.

Jacob, P. (2015) Millikan’s teleosemantics and communicative agency. In Metzinger, T. & Windt, J.M. (eds.) Open MIND, Frankfurt on the Main. MIND Group. doi:10.15502/9783958570160

Dezecache, G. Jacob, P. & Grèzes, J. (2015) Emotional contagion: its scope and limits. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19, 6, 297-299.

Jacob, P. (2015) Action-based accounts of perception. In: The Oxford handbook of philosophy of perception. Matthen, Mohan (Ed); Publisher: Oxford University Press; 2015, pp. 217-236.

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