Celia B. Harris, Amanda J. Barnier, John Sutton, Paul G. Keil, and Roger A. Dixon. Going episodic: collaborative inhibition and facilitation when long-married couples remember together. Memory. Published online 10 January 2017
Wayne Christensen, John Sutton, and Doris J.F. McIlwain. Cognition in skilled action: meshed control and the varieties of skill experience. Mind & Language 31 (1), 37-66. To be reprinted with a new introduction in Massimiliano L. Cappuccio (Ed.), The MIT Handbook of Embodied Cognition and Sport Psychology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, forthcoming late 2017.
Andrew Geeves, Doris J.F. McIlwain, and John Sutton. Seeing yellow: ‘connection’ and routine in professional musicians’ experience of music performance. Psychology of Music 44 (2), 183-201.
Aline Cordonnier, Amanda J. Barnier, and John Sutton. Scripts and information units in future planning: interactions between a past and a future planning task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (2), 324-338.
Sarah Pini, Doris J.F. McIlwain, and John Sutton. Re-tracing the encounter: interkinaesthetic forms of knowledge in Contact Improvisation. Antropologia e Teatro 7, 225-243.
Wayne Christensen, John Sutton, and Doris J.F. McIlwain. Putting pressure on theories of choking: towards an expanded perspective on breakdown in skilled performance. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 14 (2), 253-293.
Wayne Christensen, Kath Bicknell, Doris J.F. McIlwain, and John Sutton. The sense of agency and its role in strategic control for expert mountain bikers. Psychology of Consciousness: theory, research, and practice 2 (3), 340-353.
Celia B. Harris, Akira O’Connor, & John Sutton. Cue generation and memory construction in direct and generative autobiographical memory retrieval. Consciousness & Cognition 33, 204-215.
Lucas M. Bietti and John Sutton. Interacting to remember at multiple timescales: coordination, collaboration, cooperation and culture in joint remembering. Interaction Studies 16 (3), 419-450.
Celia B. Harris, Amanda J. Barnier, John Sutton, and Paul G. Keil. Couples as socially distributed cognitive systems: remembering in everyday social and material contexts. Memory Studies 7 (3), 285-297.
Andrew Geeves, Doris J.F. McIlwain, John Sutton, and Wayne Christensen. To think or not to think: the apparent paradox of expert skill in music performance. Educational Philosophy and Theory 46 (6), 674-691. Reprinted in David Simpson & David Beckett (Eds.), Expertise, Pedagogy and Practice (pp. 111-128). London: Routledge, 2016.
Doris J.F. McIlwain and John Sutton. Yoga from the mat up: how words alight on bodies. Educational Philosophy and Theory 46 (6), 655-673. Reprinted in David Simpson & David Beckett (Eds.), Expertise, Pedagogy and Practice (pp. 92-110). London: Routledge, 2016.
Andrew Geeves, Doris J.F. McIlwain, and John Sutton. The performative pleasure of imprecision: a diachronic study of entrainment
Andrew Geeves and John Sutton. Embodied cognition, perception, and performance in music. Empirical Musicology Review 9 (3/4), 247-253.
Lincoln J. Colling, William F. Thompson, and John Sutton. The effect of movement kinematics on predicting the timing of observed actions. Experimental Brain Research 232 (4), 1193-1206.
John Sutton. Skill and collaboration in the evolution of human cognition. Biological Theory 8 (1), 28-36.
Kourken Michaelian and John Sutton. Distributed cognition and memory research: history and current directions. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 4 (1), 1-24.
Melanie Rosen and John Sutton. Self-representation and perspectives in dreams. Philosophy Compass 8 (11), 1041-1053 (video abstract).
Celia B. Harris, Amanda J. Barnier, and John Sutton. Shared encoding and the costs and benefits of collaborative recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (1), 183-195.
Charles B. Stone, Amanda J. Barnier, John Sutton, and William Hirst. Forgetting our personal past: socially-shared retrieval-induced forgetting of autobiographical memories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 42 (4), 1084-1099.
Celia B. Harris, Amanda J. Barnier, and John Sutton. Consensus collaboration enhances group and individual recall accuracy. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (1), 179-194.
John Sutton. Memory before the game: switching perspectives in imagining and remembering sport and movement. Journal of Mental Imagery 36 (1/2), 85-95.
Evelyn B. Tribble and John Sutton. Minds in and out of time: memory, embodied skill, anachronism, and performance. Textual Practice 26 (4), 587-607.
John Sutton and Evelyn B. Tribble. Materialists are not merchants of vanishing. Early Modern Culture: an electronic seminar 9 (online journal, http://emc.eserver.org/).
John Sutton, Doris J.F. McIlwain, Wayne Christensen, and Andrew Geeves. Applying intelligence to the reflexes: embodied skills and habits between Dreyfus and Descartes. JBSP: Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 42 (1), 78-103.
John Sutton. Time, experience, and Descriptive Experience Sampling. Journal of Consciousness Studies 18 (1), 118-129.
Celia B. Harris, Paul G. Keil, John Sutton, Amanda J. Barnier, and Doris J.F. McIlwain. We remember, we forget: collaborative remembering in older couples. Discourse Processes 48 (4), 267-303.
Evelyn B. Tribble and John Sutton. Cognitive ecology as a framework for Shakespearean studies. Shakespeare Studies 39, 94-103.
John Sutton. Observer perspective and acentred memory: some puzzles about point of view in personal memory. Philosophical Studies 148 (1), 27-37.
Max Coltheart, Peter Menzies, and John Sutton. Abductive inference and delusional belief. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 15 (1), 261-287.
John Sutton, Celia B. Harris, Paul G. Keil, & Amanda J. Barnier. The psychology of memory, extended cognition, and socially distributed remembering. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 9 (4), 521-560.
Celia B. Harris, Amanda J. Barnier, John Sutton, and Paul G. Keil. ‘How did you feel when the Crocodile Hunter died?’: voicing and silencing in conversation influences memory for an autobiographical event. Memory 18 (2), 185-197.
Charles B. Stone, Amanda J. Barnier, John Sutton and William Hirst. Building consensus about the past: schema-consistency and convergence in socially-shared retrieval-induced forgetting. Memory 18 (2), 170-184.
John Sutton and Carl Windhorst. Extended and constructive remembering: two notes on Martin and Deutscher. Crossroads: an interdisciplinary journal for the study of history, philosophy, religion, and classics 4 (1) [special issue on Max Deutscher’s work], 79-91. Citations: 9.
John Sutton. Between individual and collective memory: coordination, interaction, distribution. Social Research 75 (1), 23-48.
Amanda J. Barnier, John Sutton, Celia B. Harris, and Robert A. Wilson. A conceptual and empirical framework for the social distribution of cognition: the case of memory. Cognitive Systems Research 9 (1), 33-51.
John Sutton. Batting, habit, and memory: the embodied mind and the nature of skill. Sport in Society 10, 763-786. Reprinted in Robert Dale, Denis Burnham, & Catherine Stevens (Eds.), Human Communication Science: a compendium (pp. 473-495). Sydney: ARC Research Network in Human Communication Science, 2011.
John Sutton. Distributed cognition: domains and dimensions. Pragmatics and Cognition, 14, 235-247. Reprinted in I. Dror & S. Harnad (Eds.), Cognition Distributed: how cognitive technology extends our minds (pp.45-56). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2008.
John Sutton. Representation, levels, and context in integrational linguistics and distributed cognition. Language Sciences, 26, 503-524.
John Sutton. Cognitive conceptions of language and the development of autobiographical memory. Language and Communication 22, 375-390.
Editorials and introductions
Michelle Meade, Celia B. Harris, Penny van Bergen, John Sutton, & Amanda J. Barnier. Collaborative remembering: background and approaches, (in press, forthcoming mid-2017). In Meade et al (Eds.), Collaborative Remembering: theories, research, applications. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Laurie Johnson, John Sutton, & Evelyn B. Tribble. Introduction: re-cognising the body-mind in Shakespeare’s theatre. In Johnson, Sutton, & Tribble (Eds.), Embodied Cognition and Shakespeare’s Theatre: The Early Modern Body-Mind (pp. 1-11). London: Routledge.
John Sutton. Memory perspectives. Editorial, Memory Studies 7 (2), 141-145.
John Sutton. Influences on memory. Editorial, Memory Studies 4 (4), 355-359.
John Sutton. Looking beyond memory studies: comparisons and integrations. Editorial, Memory Studies 2 (3), 299-302.
Amanda J. Barnier and John Sutton. From individual to collective memory: theoretical and empirical perspectives. Memory 16 (3), 177-182.
Andrew Hoskins, Amanda J. Barnier, Wulf Kansteiner, & John Sutton. Editorials. Memory Studies 1 (1), 5-7; 1 (2), 147-8; 1 (3), 259-260.
John Sutton. Memory, embodied cognition, and the extended mind. Philosophical Psychology, 19, 281-9.
John Sutton. Introduction to the special section: the extended mind and the foundations of cognitive science. Cognitive Processing, 7, 1-2.
John Sutton. Memory and the extended mind: embodiment, cognition, and culture. Cognitive Processing, 6, 223-226.
Stephen Gaukroger, John Schuster, and John Sutton, Introduction. In S. Gaukroger, J. Schuster, & J.Sutton (Eds.), Descartes’ Natural Philosophy (pp. 1-25). London: Routledge.
John Sutton. Introduction to the symposium on perceptual cognition. In S. Gaukroger, J. Schuster, & J. Sutton (Eds.), Descartes’ Natural Philosophy (pp. 524-527). London: Routledge.
Refereed commentaries and responses
Amanda J. Barnier, Celia B. Harris, and John Sutton. The hows and whys of ‘we’ (and ‘I’) in groups. Commentary on Baumeister, Ainsworth, & Vohs, ‘Are Groups More or Less than the Sum of their Members? The moderating role of individual identification’ Behavioral & Brain Sciences 39.
John Sutton. Central and peripheral perspectives in autobiographical memory. Hagar: studies in culture, polity, and identities 12, 163-164. Special issue: Memory and Periphery.
John Sutton. Commentary on Mette Løvschal, ‘Emerging Boundaries: social embedment of landscape and settlement divisions in Northwestern Europe during the first millennium BC’. Current Anthropology 55 (6), 725-750, at pp.744-745.
Georg Theiner and John Sutton. The collaborative emergence of group cognition. Commentary on Smaldino, ‘The cultural evolution of emergent group-level traits’. Behavioral & Brain Sciences 37 (3), 277-278.
John Sutton and Evelyn B. Tribble. Traffickers in transformation: reply to Hawkes. Early Modern Culture: an electronic seminar 9 (online journal).
John Sutton. Adaptive misbeliefs and false memories. Commentary on McKay & Dennett, ‘The Evolution of Misbelief’. Behavioral & Brain Sciences 32 (6), 535-536.
John Sutton. How to connect with the past: author’s response. Symposium on Philosophy and Memory Traces. Metascience, 9 (2), 226-237.
John Sutton. The Churchlands’ neuron doctrine: both cognitive and reductionist. Commentary on Gold and Stoljar, ‘A neuron doctrine in the philosophy of neuroscience’. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 22, 850-851.
Edited special issues
Kourken Michaelian and John Sutton. Editors of Special Issue of Review of Philosophy and Psychology 4 (1), 1-184: “Distributed cognition and memory research”: 8 papers plus introduction.
Amanda J. Barnier and John Sutton. Editors of Special Issue of Memory 16 (3), 177-326: “From Individual to Collective Memory: theoretical and empirical perspectives”: 10 papers plus introduction.
John Sutton. Editor of Special Issue of Philosophical Psychology, 19(3), 281-416: “Memory and Embodied Cognition”: 7 papers plus introduction.
John Sutton. Editor of Special Section of Cognitive Processing, 7(1), 1-41: “Extended Mind and the Foundations of Cognitive Science”: 3 papers plus introduction.
John Sutton. Editor of Special Issue of Cognitive Processing, 6(4), 223-281: “Memory and the Extended Mind: Embodiment, Cognition, and Culture”: 6 papers plus introduction.
John Sutton. Editor of Special Issue of Scan: Journal of Media, Arts, Culture, 2(2): “Memory, Media, and Embodied Cognition”: 9 papers plus introduction.