|Major and Recent Publications
Talks and Posters (Outlines, slides,
or written talk)
Barresi,J. (1987). Prospects for the cyberiad: Certain
limits on human self-knowledge in this cybernetic age. Journal for the
Theory of Social Behaviour, 17, 1, 19-46.
Barresi,J. (1989). Prolegomena towards a causal
theory of mind and meaning.(Review of J.Fodor, Psychosemantics: The problem
of meaning in the philosophy of the mind). American Journal of psychology,
Juckes,T. & Barresi,J. (1993).
dimension in the individual-society connection: A duality perspective.
for the Theory of Social Behavior, 23,2,197-216.
Moore, C. & Barresi, J. (1993)
Knowledge of the
psychological states of self and others is not only theory-laden but also
data-driven. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16, 61-62.
Barresi, J. & Moore, C. (1993)
Sharing a perspective precedes the
understanding of that perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16,
Morton Prince and B.C.A.: A historical
footnote on the confrontation between dissociation theory and Freudian
psychology in a case of multiple personality. In R.Klein and B.Doane, Psychological
Concepts and dissociative disorders: Reverberation and Implications,
Bolivar,V. & Barresi,J. (1995). Giving meaning
to movement: A developmental study. Ecological Psychology, 7,
Barresi, J (1995)
You can cheat people, but not nature!
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18, 544-545.
Barresi,J. (1995). Building persons: Some rules
for the game. Book review of Bringsjord on robot-consciousness, Psycoloquy.95.6.12.robot
Martin,R. & Barresi,J. (1995).
Hazlitt on the
future of the self. Journal of the History of Ideas.
Barresi,J. & Moore,C. (1996).
relations and social understanding. Behavioral
and Brain Sciences, 19(1), 107-122.
Barresi, J. & Moore, C. (1996). Understanding self and other. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 142-149 [Reply to Commentaries].
Barresi, J. (1996). Group selection and the pious gene. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 777-778.
Barresi, J. & Juckes, T. (1997)
and the narrative interpretation of lives. Journal of Personality,
Thompson, C., Barresi, J. and Moore, C. (1997)
development of future-oriented prudence and altruism in preschool children.
Development, 12, 199-212.
Rioux, D. & Barresi, J. (1997)
science and religion alone and in conflict. Journal for the Scientific
Study of Religion, 36, 411-428.
Martin, R., Barresi, J. & Giovanelli, A. (1998)
Fission examples in eighteenth and early nineteenth century personal identity
debate. History of Philosophy Quarterly, 15, 323-348.
C., Barresi, J., and Thompson, C. (1998)
The cognitive basis of prosocial
Social Development, 7, 198-218.
Barresi, J. (1999) On becoming
a person. Philosophical Psychology, 12, 79-98.
Martin, R. & Barresi, J. (2000) Naturalization
of the Soul: Self and Personal Identity in the Eighteenth Century.
Barresi, J. (2001)
self-consciousness into the future. In C. Moore & K
Lemmon (Eds.), The Self in Time: Developmental Perspectives. Hillsdale,
Erlbaum, (pp. 141-161).
Barresi, J. (2002)
"the thought is the thinker" to "the voice is the speaker": William James
and the Dialogical Self. Theory & Psychology,12,
Christie, J. & Barresi, J. (2002) Using
illusory line motion to differentiate misrepresentation (Stalinesque) and
misremembering (Orwellian) accounts of consciousness. Consciousness
& Cognition, 11, 2, 347-365.
Christie, J. & Barresi, J. (2002) Consciousness
and Information Processing: A Reply to Durgin, 372-374.
Martin, R. & Barresi, J. (Eds.) (2002)
Identity. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Barresi, J. & Martin, R. (2003)
from Priestley to Hazlitt, British Journal for the History of Philosophy,
11, 3, 499-507.
Barresi, J. (2000/2004) Intentional
relations and divergent perspectives in social understanding. In S.
Gallagher and S. Watson (Eds.) Ipseity and Alterity: Interdisciplinary
Approaches to Intersubjectivity. Rouen: Presses Universitaires de Rouen
Barresi, J. (2004)
Intentionality, consciousness and intentional relations: From constitutive
phenomenology to cognitive science. In L. Embree, ed., Gurwitsch’s
Relevancy for Cognitive Science, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Barresi, J. & Moore, C. (2004) Even an “epistemic triangle” has
three sides. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 98-99.
Barresi, J. (2005) Review of Baars, et al., Essential Sources in the Scientific Study of Consciousness. Philosophical Psychology, 18, 800-804.
Barresi, J. (2006) The identities of Malcolm X.
In D. P. McAdams, R. Josselson, and A. Lieblich, (Eds.),
Identity and Story: Creating
Self in Narrative. (The Narrative Study of Lives, Vol. 4), Washington, DC:
American Psychological Association Press.
Barresi, J. (2006) On
earth as it is in heaven: Trinitarian influences on Locke's account of
personal identity. The Pluralist, 1, 110-128.
Martin, R. & Barresi, J. (2006) The Rise
and Fall of Soul and Self: An Intellectual History of Personal Identity.
New York: Columbia University Press.
Barresi, J. (2007)
Consciousness and intentionality.
Journal of Consciousness Studies, 14, 77-93.
Barresi, J. (2007) The Origins of Autism: Commentary on
“Autism as a downstream effect of primary difficulties in intersubjectivity
going with abnormal development of brain connectivity” by Filippo Muratori and
Sandra Maestro. International Journal for Dialogical Science, 2, 119-124.
Barresi, J. & Moore, C. (2008)
The neuroscience of social
understanding. In J. Zlatev, T. Racine, C. Sinha and E. Itkonen (Eds.) The
Shared Mind: Perspectives on Intersubjectivity, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John
Barresi, J. (2008)
Some boundary conditions on embodied
agents sharing a common world. In I. Wachsmuth, M Lenzen and G. Knoblich (Eds.)
Embodied Communication in Humans and Machines (pp. 29-52). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Barresi, J. (2008) Black and white like me. Studia
Psychologica, 8, 11-21.
Moore, C. & Barresi, J. (2009) The construction of commonsense psychology in infancy. In P.D. Zelazo, M. Chandler and E. Crone (Eds.) Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience (pp. 43-62). New York: Psychological Press.
Barresi, J. & Martin, R. (2011) History as prologue: Western theories of the self. In: S. Gallagher (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Self (33-56). New York: Oxford University Press.
Barresi, J. (2012). On seeing our selves and others as persons, New Ideas in Psychology, 30, 120–130.
Barresi, J. (2012). Time and the dialogical self. In H. Hermans & T. Gieser, eds. Handbook of Dialogical Self Theory. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Barresi, J., Moore, C., &
Martin, R. (2013) Conceiving of Self and Others as Persons: Evolution
and Development. In J. Martin and M. Bickhard, The Psychology of Personhood: Philosophical, Historical, Social-Developmental, and Narrative Perspectives (127-146). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
- Moore, C. & Barresi, J. (2013) Imagination and the Self. In M. Taylor (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Development of Imagination (288-302). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Barresi, J. (2002) The
consciousness of self in time. Presented at: Toward a Science of
Consciousness "Tucson 2002", Thurs. April, 11.
Barresi, J. & Moore, C. (2002) Consciousness
and intentional relations: A developmental perspective. Presented at:
Piaget Society Meeting, Philadelphia, June 8, 2002.
Barresi, J. (2002) A three
dimensional model of the dialogical self. Presented at the Second
International Conference on the Dialogical Self (Link to pictures taken
by Vincent Hevern), Ghent, Oct. 19.
Barresi, J. (2005)
The neuroscience of social
understanding (Poster presented at the final McDonnell Conference, Pasadena,
Barresi, J. (2005)
naturalized (Poster presented at Association for the Scientific Study of
Consciousness meeting ASSC9, Pasadena, June 24-28).
Barresi, J. (2006)
The rise and fall of the conscious self: A history of western concepts of self
and personal identity. Presented at: Consciousness and Experiential
Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society Tenth Annual Conference;
Exploring The Boundaries Of Experience And Self: St Anne’s College, Oxford, UK,
- Barresi, J. (2011) Unity versus Multiplicity of Self: Where do we go from here? Presented as an invited speaker to a conference titled “The complex self: reflections on interdisciplinarity” put on by Center for Subjectivity Research, Copenhagen, November 30.
- Barresi, J. (2012) British
psychology as an empirical science in the eighteenth century:
Pneumatological lectures of Grove, Doddridge, Reid and Belsham. Presented at The International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (HOPOS) meeting, Kings College, Halifax, June 23.