Greyson Abid [home page]
(B.A., Philosophy and Cognitive Science, University of Pennsylvania, 2014) Greyson is primarily interested in philosophy of mind and foundational issues in cognitive science. His secondary interests include metaphysics, Arabic philosophy, philosophy of race, and philosophy of language. His dissertation is on the recognition of familiar people, places, and things.
Recognition and the Perception-Cognition Divide in Mind & Language, forthcoming.
Deflating inflation: the connection (or lack thereof) between decisional and metacognitive processes and visual phenomenology in Neuroscience of Consciousness, 2019 (See here for reply piece by J.D. Knotts, Matthias Michel, and Brian Odegaard)