Supervision

Primary supervisor – PhD

Dates Name, thesis Discipline
2015-2017 Catherine Deans
Early Embodied Emotional Experience
Psychology
2013-2019 Sarah Pini
Dancing Bodies, Shaped Minds: An ecological approach to kinaesthetic intelligence
Cognitive Science
2013-2016 Mirko Farina
Plasticity, Embodiment, and Learning: an integrative approach to sensory substitution devices and embodied, enculturated skills,
Cognitive Science
2012-2016 Chris McCarroll
Point of View in Personal Memory: a philosophical investigation
Cognitive Science
2011-2015 Marina Trakas
Personal Memories
Co-tutelle with Insitut Jean Nicod, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris – Jérôme Dokic (Insitut Nicod)
Cognitive Science
2010-2014 Richard Heersmink
The Varieties of Situated Cognitive Systems: embodied agents, cognitive artifacts, and scientific practice
Cognitive Science
2008-2012 Stephane (Stef) Savanah
The Threshold of Self-Consciousness
Cognitive Science
2008-2012 Melanie Rosen
Dream Pluralism: a philosophy of the dreaming mind
Cognitive Science
2008-2011 Wes Rajkowski
Conceptualising Experience: what human expressions suggest about cognition
Art, Griffith University
2007-2009 Glenn Carruthers
A Cognitive Model of Self-Consciousness         
Cognitive Science
2007-2009 Celia Harris (supervised with Amanda Barnier)
Social Aspects of Memory: costs and benefits of collaborative recall               
Cognitive Science
2004-2008 Anne Monchamp
Ilewerr: a philosophical and ethnographic study of autobiographical remembering in the Central Desert of Australia
Philosophy & Anthropology
2003-2008 Russell Downham
The Significance of Experiential Memory                       
Philosophy
2000-2008 Carl Windhorst
Believing the Past: the psychological mechanisms responsible for the construction of autobiographical memories
Philosophy
1999-2008 John Buckmaster
Cinematic Memories: cinema as a metaphor of memory
Philosophy
2002-2006 Meta Regis
Mood Enhancing Fictions: a model of daydreaming and fantasy immersion
Philosophy
2003-2006 Andres Vaccari
Machine Metaphysics: Descartes, the mechanization of life, and the dawn of the posthuman
Philosophy

Primary supervisor – Masters

Dates Name, thesis Discipline
2017
MRes
McArthur Mingon
Cultural Learning, Embodied Cognition, and Music: a cognitive ethnography of Maori Kapa Haka
Cognitive Science
2010-2012 MPhil Jordan Taylor
Emotions across Three Phases: a theory of a dynamic emotion system
Cognitive Science
2010-2012 MPhil Kellie Williamson
Naturalising the Group Mind: the cognitive life of small groups and teams
Cognitive Science
2011-2012
MPsych
Andrew Attard (supervised with Amanda Barnier)
The Impact of Knowledge on the Collaborative Recall Performance of Experienced Firefighters
Psychology
2007-2008
MA (Hons)
Kevin Sinclair
Perception and Action
Philosophy
2003-2005
MA (Hons)
Monte Pemberton
Collective Memory       
Philosophy
2002-2004
MA (Hons)
Peter Farleigh
The Ideal of Mechanism: its strengths and limitations
Philosophy
1993-1994
MA (Hons)
David Jess
What happens when language games come into conflict?
Philosophy

Active associate supervisor

Date Name, thesis Degree
2013-2017 Doménique van Gennip
Materialising Memories in Interactive Media
PhD in Design
University of Technology, Sydney and Eindhoven
2012-2016 Adam Hreschuk
Ritual, Religion, and Magic: a neurocognitive approach to religious practice in Roman Egypt
PhD
Ancient History
2012-2016 Aline Cordonnier
Autobiographical Thinking: processes and outcomes of thinking about personal past and future events
PhD
Cognitive Science
2010-2015 Li Mei Chew
A Direct Realist Understanding of Memory Errors
PhD
Psychology
2010-2015 Misia Temler
Autobiographical Memory Variation Across Retellings: social and individual factors
PhD
Cognitive Science
2010-2015 Amanda Selwood
Collaborative and Autobiographical Memory in Strangers, Friends, Siblings, and Twins
PhD
Cognitive Science
2011-2013 Michael Kirchhoff
Diachronic Metaphysical Building Relations: towards the metaphysics of extended cognition
PhD
Philosophy
2010-2013 Kay Leiper
Education, Literacy, and its Cognitive Effects: problem-solving and decision-making in Homer and archaic and 5th-century BC Athens
PhD

Ancient History

 2010-2013 Andrew Geeves
Seeing Yellow: a grounded theory of the experience of music performance for the professional musician
PhD
Psychology
2008-2012 Lincoln Colling
Joint Action in Music
PhD
Cognitive Science
2007-2011 Paul Mason
Music and Movement: a comparison of capoeira and pencak silat
PhD
Anthropology
2008-2011 Susan Green
Representations of Consciousness in the Novels of Virginia Woolf and Ian McEwan,
PhD
English
2007-2011 Charlie Stone
From Autobiographical Memory to Collective Memory
PhD
Cognitive Science
2008-2011 Lucas Bietti
Memory, Discourse, and Interaction: remembering in context and history
PhD
Linguistics
2007-2011 Wilson Cooper
Mental Causation
PhD
Philosophy
2000-2006 Maria Trochatos
Concepts and Categorization in Common Sense Psychology
PhD
Philosophy
2003-2004 Tom Evans
The Metaphysics of Free Will
MA Hons
Philosophy

Primary supervisor – Honours students

Date Name, thesis Discipline
2012 Daniel Kilov
Knowing How: a contemporary re-evaluation
Philosophy
2009 Andrew Attard
The impact of process interventions on transactive memory systems when the distribution of knowledge is controlled.
Psychology
2009 Kellie Williamson
(Not So) Ruthless Reductionism: reduction and emergence
Philosophy
2002 Sindhu Summers
Philosophy of Psychiatry, Depersonalization, and the Unity of Self
Philosophy
2001 Oliver Granger
Bodily Constitution and the Capacity to Act
Philosophy
2001 Adam Holland
Extended Cognition, Philosophy of Religion, and Resurrection Theology 
Philosophy
1994 Ben Hall
Supervenience
Philosophy
1992 Kim Atkins
Aristotle’s Rhetoric
Philosophy