165. Hohwy, J., and Seth, A.K. (in press). Predictive processing as a systematic basis for identifying the neural correlates of consciousness. Philosophy and the Mind Sciences.


164. Seth, A.K., and Hohwy, J. (in press). Predictive processing as a theory for consciousness science. Cognitive Neuroscience


163. Lush, P., Botan, V., Scott, R.B., Seth, A.K., Ward, J., and Dienes Z. (2020). Trait phenomenological control predicts experience of mirror synaesthesia and the rubber hand illusion. Nature Communications. 11, 4853. [neurobanter]


162. Rosas, F.E., Mediano, P.A.M., Jensen, H.J., Seth, A.K., Barrett, A.B., Carhart-Harris, R.L., and Bor, D. (in press). Reconciling emergences: An information-theoretic approach to identify causal emergence in multivariate data. PLoS Computational Biology [preprint]


161. Andermane, N., Bosten, J., Seth, A.K., and Ward J. (2020). Individual differences in the tendency to see the expected. Consciousness and Cognition. 85:102989

160. Bayne, T., Seth, A.K., and Massimini, M. (2020). From complexity to consciousness: Reply to Cecconi et al. Trends in Neurosciences. 43(8):546-547

159. Boonstra, E.A., van Schowenburg, M.R., Seth, A.K., Bauer, M., Zantvoord, J.B., Kemper, E.M., Lansink, C., and Slagter, H.A. (2020). Conscious perception and the modulatory role of dopamine: no effect of the dopamine D2 agonist cabergoline on visual masking, the attentional blink, and probabilistic discrimination. Psychopharmacology. 237:2855-2872

158. Seth, A.K., Millidge, B., Buckley, C.L., and Tschantz, A. (2020). Curious inferences: Reply to Sun & Firestone. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 24(9):681-683 [preprint]

157. Tschantz, A., Seth, A.K., and Buckley, C.L. (2020). Learning action-oriented models through active inference. PLoS Computational Biology. 16(4):e1007805

156. Skora, L., Livermore, J., Dienes, Z., Seth, A.K., and Scott, R.B. (in principle accepted). Feasibility of unconscious instrumental conditioning: A registered replication. Cortex [preprint]

155. De Haan, E., Pinto, Y., Corballis, P., Hillyard, S., Marzi, C., Seth, A.K., Lamme, V.A.F., Volz, L., Fabri, M., Schecter, E., Bayne, T., and Corballis, M. (2020). Split-brain: What we know about cutting the corpus callosum now and why this is important for understanding consciousness. Neuropsychological Review. 30(2):224-233


154. Dienes, Z., Lush, P., Palfi, B., Roseboom, W., Scott, R.B,, Parris, B, Seth, A.K., and Lovell, M. (2020). Phenomenological control as cold control: Hypnosis and beyond. APA Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice

153. Barnett, L.C., Carhart-Harris, R., Muthukumaraswamy, S., and Seth, A.K. (2020). Decreased directed functional connectivity in the psychedelic state. Neuroimage. 209:116462

152. Bayne, T., Seth, A.K., and Massimini, M. (2020). Are there islands of awareness? Trends in Neurosciences. 34(1):6-16 [cover article][comment][response]

151. Seth, A.K., and Hohwy, J. (2019). Editorial: Open science in consciousness research. Neuroscience of Consciousness. niz018.

150. Suárez-Pinilla, M., Nikiforou, K., Fountas, Z., Seth, A.K., and Roseboom, W. (2019). Perceptual content, not physiological signals, determines perceived duration when viewing dynamic, natural scenes. Collabra: Psychology 5(1):55

149. Rothen, N., Berry, C., Seth, A.K., Oligschläger, S., and Ward, J. (2020). A single system account of enhanced recognition memory in synaesthesia. Memory and Cognition. 48(2)188-199.

148. Schwartzman, D., Bor, D., Rothen, N., and Seth, A.K. (2019). Neurophenomenology of induced and natural synaesthesia. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 374(1787):2019.0030

147. Seth, A.K. (2019). Too many ghosts in the machine. Nature Machine Intelligence. 1:294-295.

146. Suzuki, K., Lush, P., Seth, A.K., and Roseboom, W. (2019). Intentional binding without intentional action. Psychological Science. [neurobanter]


145. Lush, P., Roseboom, W., Cleeremans, A., Scott, R.B., Seth, A.K., and Dienes. Z. (2019). Intentional binding as Bayesian cue combination: testing predictions with trait individual differences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 45(9):1206-1217.

144. Suzuki, K., Schwartzman, D.S., Augusto, R., and Seth, A.K. (2019). Sensorimotor contingency modulates breakthrough of virtual 3D objects during a breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm. Cognition. 187:95-107.

143. Rae, C.L., Critchley, H.D., and Seth, A.K. (2019). A Bayesian account of the sensorimotor interactions underlying symptoms of Tourette syndrome. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 10:29.

142. Andermane, N., Bosten, J., Seth, A.K., and Ward, J. (2019). Individual differences in change blindness are predicted by top-down visual stability not bottom-up visual ability. Neuroscience of Consciousness 5(1):1-12.

141. Michel, M., Seth, A.K.*, Lau, H., and Fleming, S.M. (2019). Opportunities and challenges for a maturing science of consciousness. (*among 53 additional co-authors). Nature Human Behaviour. 3(2):104-107.

140. Mediano, P.A.M., Seth, A.K., and Barrett, A.B. (2019). Measuring integrated information. Comparison of candidate measures in theory and in simulation. Entropy, 21:17. [neurobanter]

139. Roseboom, W., Fountas, Z., Nikiforou, K., Bhowmik, D., Shanahan, M.P., and Seth, A.K. (2019). Activity in perceptual classification networks as a basis for human subjective time perceptionNature Communications. 10:267. [neurobanter]

138. Seth, A.K. (2019). Consciousness: the last 50 years (and the next)Brain and Neuroscience Advances

137. Broad, R., Gabel, M., Dowell, N., Schwartzman, D., Seth, A.K., Zhang, H., Alexander, D., Cercicgnani, M., and Leigh, P.N. (2018). Neurite orientation and dispersion density imaging (NODDI) detects cortical and corticofugal tract degeneration in ALS.  Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry.

136. Seth, A.K.and Tsakiris, M. (2018). Being a beast machine: The somatic basis of conscious selfhoodTrends in Cognitive Sciences. 22(11):969-981 [cover article][preprint]

135. Rothen, N., Seth, A.K., and Ward, J. (2018). Synaesthesia improves sensory memory, when perceptual awareness is high. Vision Research [preprint]


134. Suarez-Pinilla, M., Seth, A.K., and Roseboom, W. (2018). The illusion of uniformity does not depend on low-level vision: evidence from sensory adaptation. i-Perception. 9(5):2041669518800507


133. Rae, C.L., Polyanska, L., Gould van Praag, C.D., Parkinson, J., Bouyagoub, S., Nagai, Y., Seth, A.K., Harrison, H., Garfinkel, S.N., and Critchley, H.D. (2018). Face perception enhances insula and motor network reactivity in Tourette Syndrome. Brain, 141:3249-3261 [preprint]

132. Carpenter, J., Sherman, M.T., Kievit, R.A., Seth, A.K., Lau, H., and Fleming, S.M. (2019). Domain general enhancements of metacognitive ability through adaptive training. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 148(1):51-64. 

131. Bor, D., Barrett, A.B., Schwartzman, D., and Seth, A.K. (2018). Response to Ruby et al: On a “failed” attempt to manipulate conscious perception with transcranial magnetic stimulation to prefrontal cortex. Consciousness and Cognition.62:34-41.

130. Barnett, L.C., Barrett, A.B., and Seth, A.K. (2018). Solved problems for Granger causality analysis for neuroscience: A response to Stokes and Purdon. Neuroimage 178:744-748.


129. Barnett, L.C., Barrett, A.B., and Seth, A.K. (2018). Misunderstandings regarding the application of Granger causality in neuroscience. Proc. Nat. Acad Sci USA, 115(29):E6676-E6677.

128. Suarez-Pinilla, M., Seth, A.K., and Roseboom, W. (2018). Serial dependence in the perception of visual variance. Journal of Vision 18(7)4:1-24.

127. Davies, G., Rae, C.L., Garfinkel, S.N., Seth, A.K., Medford, N., Critchley, H.D., and Greenwood, K. (2018). Impairment of perceptual metacognitive accuracy and reduced prefrontal grey matter volume in first-episode psychosis. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 23(3):165-179.

126. Rothen, N., Schwartzman, D., Bor, D., and Seth, A.K. (2018). Coordinated neural, behavioural, and phenomenological changes in training-induced synesthetic experience. Neuropsychologia. 111:151-162.

125. Bola, M., Barrett, A.B., Pigorini, A., Nobili, L., Seth, A.K., and Marchewka, A. (2018). Loss of consciousness is related to hyper-correlated gamma-band activity in anaesthetised macaques and sleeping humans. Neuroimage. 167:130-142.

124. Seth, A.K. and Dienes, Z. (2017). The value of Bayesian statistics for assessing credible evidence for animal sentience. Animal Sentience [Commentary on Jonathan Birch: Precautionary Principle.] 16(22).

123. Suzuki, K., Roseboom, W., Schwartzman, D.J., and Seth, A.K. (2017). The hallucination machine: A novel method for studying the phenomenology of visual hallucination. Scientific Reports 7(1):15982.

122. Buckley, C., Kim, C.-S., McGregor, S., and Seth, A.K. (2017). The free energy principle for action and perception: A mathematical review. Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 81:55-79.

121. Seth, A.K. (in press). From unconscious inference to the Beholder’s share: Predictive perception and human experience. European Review.

120. Chang, A.Y-C., Schwartzman, D., Vanrullen, R., Kanai, R., and Seth, A.K. (2017). Perceptual echo reflects learning of temporal regularities in rapid luminance sequences. Journal of Neuroscience. 37(35):8486-8497

119. Schartner, M., Cahart-Harris, R., Barrett, A.B., Seth, A.K.*, and Muthukumaraswamy, S. (2017). Increased spontaneous MEG signal diversity for psychoactive doses of ketamine, LSD, and psylocibin. Scientific Reports. 7:46421 (*corresponding author)

118. Rae, C.L., Davies, G., Garfinkel, S.N., Gabel, M.C.E., Dowell, N.G., Cercicgnani, M., Seth, A.K., Greenwood, K.E., Medford, N., and Critchley, H.D. (in press). Deficits in neurite density underlie white matter structure abnormalities in first-episode psychosis. Biological Psychiatry

117. Bor, D., Schwartzman, D., Barrett, A.B., and Seth, A.K. (2017). Theta-burst transcranial magnetic stimulation to the prefrontal or parietal cortex does not impair metacognitive visual awareness. PLoS One. 12(2): e017193

116. Schartner, M., Pigorini, A., Gibbs, S., Sarasso, S., Barnett, L.C., Nobili, L., Massimini, M., Seth, A.K., and Barrett, A.B. (2017). Global and local complexity of intracranial EEG decreases during NREM sleep. Neuroscience of Consciousness. 3(1):niw022

115. Parkinson, J., Garfinkel, S.G., Critchley, H.D., Dienes, Z., and Seth, A.K. (2017). Don’t make me angry, you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry: Manipulating volitional choices to act or inhibit with subliminal emotional faces. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience. 17(2):252-268

114. Barnett, L.C., and Seth, A.K. (2017). Granger-causal analysis for subsampled continuous-time neurophysiological processes. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 275:90-121.

113. Pinto, Y., Vandenbroucke, A.R., Otten, M., Sligte, I.G., Seth, A.K., and Lamme, V.A.F. (2017). Conscious visual memory with minimal attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 146(2):214-226.

112. Otten, M., Pinto, Y., Pfaffen, C., Seth, A.K., and Kanai, R. (2017). The uniformity illusion: central stimuli can determine peripheral perception. Psychological Science. 28(1):56-68


111. Stephan, K.E.,  Manjaly, Z.M., Mathys, C.D., Weber, L.A., Paliwal, S., Gard, T., Tittgemeyer, M., Fleming, S.M., Haker, H., Seth, A.K., and Petzchner, F. (2016). Metacognition of allostatic control – a theory of dyshomeostasis-induced fatigue and depression. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10:550

110. Kwisthout, J., Phillips, B., Seth, A.K., van Rook, I., and Clark, A. (2016). Editorial to the special issue on Perspectives on human probabilistic inference and the ‘Bayesian Brain’. Brain and Cognition. 112:1-2.

109. Sherman, M.T., Seth A.K., and Kanai, R. (2016). Predictions shape confidence in right inferior frontal gyrus. Journal of Neuroscience. 36(40):10323-10336.

108. Seth, A.K. and Friston, K.J. (2016). Active interoceptive inference and the emotional brain. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 371(1708):20160007

107. Reveley, C., Gruslys, A., Ye, F.Q., Samaha, J., Glen, D., Russ, B., Saad, Z., Seth, A.K., Leopold, D.A., and Saleem, K.S. (2016). Three-dimensional digital template atlas of the macaque brain. Cerebral Cortex. 27(9):4463-4477

106. Schauer, G., Chang, A., Schwartzman, D., Rae, C., Iriye, H., Seth, A.K., and Kanai, R. (2016). Fractionation of parietal function in bistable perception probed with concurrent TMS-EEG. Scientific Data. 3:160065

105. Otten, M., Seth, A.K., and Pinto, Y. (2016). A social Bayesian brain: how social knowledge can shape early visual perception. Brain and Cognition. 112:69-77

104. Gould, C., Garfinkel, S., Ward, J., Bor, D., and Seth, A.K. (2016). Automaticity and localization predict colour area activity in grapheme-colour synaesthesia. Neuropsychologia 88:5-14


103. Sherman, M.T., Kanai, R., Seth, A.K., and VanRullen, R. (2016). Rhythmic influence of top-down perceptual priors in the phase of ongoing occipital alpha oscillations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience: 28(9):1318-30.

102. Malekshahi, R., Seth, A.K., Papanikolauo, A., Mathews, Z., Papnikolau, A., Birbaumer, N., Verschure, P.F.M.V., and Caria, A. (2016). Differential neural mechanisms for early and late prediction error detection. Scientific Reports 6:24350.


101. Garfinkel, S.N., Tilly, C., O’Keefe, S., Harrison, N.A., Seth, A.K., and Critchley, H.D. (2016) Discrepancies between interoceptive dimensions in autism: Implications for emotion and anxietyBiological Psychiatry. 114:117-126.100.

100. Seth, A.K. (2016). Infer yourself: Interoception and internal action in conscious selfhood. Behavioural and Brain Sciences. [Commentary on Ezequiel Morsella et al.]

99. Seth. A.K. (2016).  Why fish pain cannot and should not be ruled out.  Animal Sentience. 020 [Commentary on Brian Key: Why fish do not feel pain.]

98. Schartner, M., Seth, A.K., Noirhomme, Q., Boly, M., Bruno, M.-A., Laureys, S., and Barrett, A.B. (2015) Complexity of multi-dimensional spontaneous EEG decreases during propofol induced anaesthesia. PLoS One 10(8):e0133532


97. Reveley, C., Seth, A.K., Silva, A., Yu., D., Saunders, R.C., Leopold, D., and Ye, F. (2015). Superficial white-matter fiber systems impede detection of long-range connections in diffusion MR tractography. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences USA. 112(21)E2820-8 [neurobanter]


96. Pinto, Y., van Gaal, S., de Lange, F.P., Lamme, V.A.F., and Seth, A.K. (2015). Expectations accelerate entry of visual stimuli into awareness. Journal of Vision. 15(8):13


95. Sherman, M., Seth, A.K., Barrett, A.B., and Kanai, R. (2015). Prior expectation facilitates metacognition for perceptual decision. Consciousness and Cognition 35:53-65.


94. Barnett, L.C., and Seth, A.K. (2015). Granger causality for state-space models. Physical Review E (rapid communication) 91: 040101(R) (see also http://arxiv.org/abs/1501.06502)

93. Palmer, C., Seth, A.K., and Howhy, J. (2015). The felt presence of other minds: predictive processing, counterfactual predictions, and mentalising in autism. Consciousness and Cognition   [doi:10.1016/j.concog.2015.04.007]


92. Fatoorechi, M., Parkinson, J., Prance, R.J., Prance, H., Seth, A.K., and Schwartzman, D. (2015). A comparative study of electric potential sensors and Ag/AgCl electrodes for spontaneous and event-related EEG measurements. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 251:7-16


91. Seth, A.K. (2015). Presence, objecthood, and the phenomenology of predictive perception. Cognitive Neuroscience. 7:1-7.


90. Seth, A.K., He, B.J., and Hohwy, J. (2015). Editorial. Neuroscience of consciousness. 1-3. [doi].


89. Seth, A.K., Barrett, A.B., and Barnett, L.C. (2015). Granger causality analysis in neuroscience and neuroimaging. Journal of Neuroscience 35(8):3293-3297


88. Seth, A.K. (2015). Neural coding: rate and time codes work together. Current Biology. 25(3):R111-113.


87. Fatoorechi, M., Schwartzman, D., Prance, H., Parkinson, J., Seth, A.K., and Prance, R.J. (2015). New directions in EEG: An investigation into the fidelity of electric potential sensor signals. Sensors and Transducers. 184(1):101-107.


86. Chang, A., Kanai, R., and Seth, A.K. (2015). Cross-modal prediction changes the timing of conscious access during motion-induced blindness. Consciousness and Cognition. 31:139-147.


85. Garfinkel, S.N., Seth, A.K., Barrett, A.B., Suzuki, K., and Critchley, H.D. (2014). Knowing your own heart: Distinguishing interoceptive accuracy from interoceptive awareness. Biological Psychology. 104C:65-74.


84. Bor, D., Rothen, N., Schwartzman, D., Clayton, S., and Seth, A.K. (2014). Adults can be trained to acquire synaesthetic experiences. Scientific Reports 4:7089. [neurobanter]


83. Scott, R., Dienes, Z., Barrett, A.B., Bor, D., and Seth, A.K. (2014). Blind insight: Metacognitive discrimination despite chance task performance. Psychological Science 25(12):2199-208. [neurobanter]


82. Seth, A.K. (2014). Darwin’s neuroscientist: Gerald M. Edelman, 1929-2014. Frontiers in Psychology: Consciousness Research. 5:896


81.  Gould, C., Froese, T., Barrett, A., and Seth, A.K. (2014). An extended case study on the phenomenology of spatial form synaesthesia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8:433  [with commentary by M. Price]


80. Seth, A.K. (2014). Response to Gu and FitzGerald: Interoceptive inference: from organism integrity to decision making. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18(6):270-1.


79. Garfinkel, S., Minati, L., Gray, M.A., Seth, A.K., Dolan, R.J., and Critchley, H.D. (2014). Fear from the heart: sensitivity to fear stimuli depends on individual heartbeats. Journal of Neuroscience 34(19): 6573-28.


78. Samu, D., Seth, A.K., and Nowotny, T. (2014). Influence of wiring cost on the large-scale architecture of human cortical connectivity. PLoS Computational Biology 10(4): e1003557


77. Seth, A.K. (2014). A predictive processing theory of sensorimotor contingencies: Explaining the puzzle of perceptual presence and its absence in synaesthesia. Cognitive Neuroscience (target article) 5(2):97-118


76. Vandenbroucke, A., Sligte, I., Barrett, A., Seth, A.K., Fahrenfort, J., and Lamme, V. (2014). Accurate metacognition for visual sensory memory representations. Psychological Science 25(4):861-73


75. Anderson, H., Seth, A.K., Dienes, Z., and Ward, J. (2014). Can grapheme-colour synaesthesia be induced by hypnosis? Frontiers in Human Neurosciences 8:220


74. Barnett, L.C., and Seth, A.K. (2014). The MVGC multivariate Granger causality analysis toolbox: A new approach to Granger causal inference. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 223:50-68.


73. Seth, A.K. (2014). What behaviourism can (and cannot) tell us about brain imaging. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18(1):5-6


72. Barnett, L.C., Lizier, J., Harre, M., Seth, A.K., Bossomaier, T. (2013). Information flow in a kinetic Ising model peaks in the disordered phase. Physical Review Letters 111:177203


71. Seth, A.K. (2013).  Interoceptive inference, emotion, and the embodied selfTrends in Cognitive Sciences 17(11):565–573


70. Boly, M., Seth, A.K., Wilke, M., Ingmundson, P., Baars, B., Laureys, S., Edelman, D., and Tsuchiya, N. (2013). Consciousness in humans and non-human animals: Recent advances and future directions. Frontiers in Psychology: Consciousness Research 4:625


69. Suzuki, K., Garfinkel, S., Critchley, H.D., and Seth, A.K. (2013). Multisensory integration across exteroceptive and interoceptive domains modulates self-experience in the rubber-hand illusion.  Neuropsychologia 51(13):2909-2917


68. Barrett, A., Dienes, Z., and Seth, A.K. (2013). Measures of metacognition on signal-detection theoretic models. Psychological Methods 18(4):535-52


67. Rothen, N., Seth, A.K., Witzel, C., and Ward J. (2013). Diagnosing synaesthesia with online colour pickers: Maximising sensitivity and specificity. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 215(1):156-60.


66. Garfinkel, S., Barrett, A., Minati. L., Dolan, R., Seth, A.K., and Critchley, H.D. (2013). What the heart forgets: Cardiac timing influences memory for words and is modulated by metacognition and interoceptive sensitivity. Psychophysiology. 50(6):505-12


65. Friston, K., Moran, R., and Seth, A.K. (2013). Analyzing connectivity with Granger causality and dynamic causal modeling. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 23(2):172-8.


64. Seth, A.K., Chorley, P., and Barnett, L.C. (2013). Granger causality analysis of fMRI BOLD signals is invariant to hemodynamic convolution but not downsampling. Neuroimage. 65:540-555.


63. Seth, A.K., and Critchley, H.D. (2013). Extending predictive processing to the body: A new view of emotion? Behavioural and Brain Sciences. 36(3):227-8.


62. Holle, H., Warne, K., Seth, A.K., Critchley, H.D., and Ward, J. (2012). The neural basis of contagious itch and why some people are more prone to it. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA. 109(48):19816-21


61. Harris, C.A., Buckley, C.L., Nowotny, T., Passaro, P.A., Seth, A.K., Kemenes, G., and O’Shea, M. (2012). Multi-neuronal refractory period adapts centrally generated behaviour to reward. PLoS ONE 7(7):e42493


60. Seth, A.K. (2012). Putting Descartes before the horse: Quantum theories of consciousness. Physics of Life Reviews. 9(3):297-8.


59. Critchley, H.D., and Seth, A.K. (2012). Will studies of macaque insula reveal the neural mechanisms of self-awareness? Neuron. 74(3):423-424.


58. Bor, D., and Seth, A.K. (2012). Consciousness and the prefrontal-parietal network: Insights from attention, working memory, and chunking. Frontiers in Psychology: Consciousness Research. 3:63


57. Minati, L., Grisoli, M., Seth A.K., and Critchley, H.D. (2012). Decision-making under risk: A graph-based network analysis using functional MRI. Neuroimage. 60(4):2191-2205


56. Seth, A.K., Suzuki, K.S., and Critchley, H.D. (2012). An interoceptive predictive coding model of conscious presence. Frontiers in Psychology: Consciousness Research. 2:395


55. Barrett, A.B., Murphy, M., Bruno, M.A., Noirhomme, Q., Boly, M., Laureys, S., and Seth, A.K. (2012). Granger causality analysis of steady-state electroencephalographic signals during propofol-induced anaesthesia. PLoS ONE. 7(1):e29072


54.  Froese, T., McGann, M., Bigge, W., Spiers, A., and Seth, A.K. (2012). The enactive torch: A new tool for the science of perception. IEEE Transactions on Haptics.  5(4):365-375


53. Boly, M., and Seth A.K. (2012). Modes and models in disorders of consciousness science. Arch. Ital. Biol. Sci. 150(2/3):172-184


52. Barnett, L.C, and Seth, A.K. (2011). Behaviour of Granger causality under filtering: Theoretical invariance and practical application. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 201:404-419


51. Chorley, P. and Seth, A.K. (2011). Dopamine-signalled reward predictions generated by competitive excitation and inhibition in a spiking neural network model. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 5:21


50. Roebroeck, A, Seth, A.K., and Valdes-Sosa, P. (2011). Causality analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging data. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 12:65-94.


49. Seth, A.K., Barrett, A.B., and Barnett, L.C. (2011). Causal density and integrated information as measures of conscious level. Phil. Trans R. Soc A. 369: 3748-3767


48. Barrett, A.B., and Seth, A.K. (2011). Practical measures of integrated information for time series data. PLoS Computational Biology, 7(1):e1001052


47. Scott, R.B., Minati, L. Dienes, Z., Critchley, H.D., and Seth, A.K. (2011). Detecting conscious awareness from involuntary autonomic responses. Consciousness and Cognition. 20(3):936-42


46. Froese, T., Gould, C., and Seth, A.K. (2011). Validating and calibrating first- and second-person methods in the science of consciousness. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 18(2):39-64


45. Bressler, S., and Seth, A.K. (2011). Wiener-Granger causality: A well established methodology. Neuroimage. 58(2):323-329


44. Seth, A.K. and Barrett, A.B. (2010). Neural theories need to account for, not discount, behavior and introspection. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1(3):227-228


43. Dienes, Z., and Seth, A.K. (2010).  Measuring any conscious content or measuring the relevant conscious content: comment on Sandberg et al. Consciousness and Cognition. 19(4):1079-80


42. Barrett, A.B., Barnett, L., and Seth, A.K. (2010). Multivariate Granger causality and generalized variance. Physical Review E 81:041907


41. Rees, G and Seth, A.K. (2010). The cognitive neuroscience of consciousness. Cognitive Neuroscience 1(3):153-154.


40. Seth, A.K. (2010). The grand challenge of consciousness. Frontiers in Psychology.  1(5):1-2.


39. Dienes, Z., Scott, R.B., and Seth, A.K. (2010). Subjective measures of implicit knowledge that go beyond confidence. Consciousness and Cognition 19 (2):685-686


38. Ward, J., Jonas, C., Dienes, Z., and Seth, A.K. (2010). Grapheme-colour synaesthesia improves detection of embedded shapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277(1684):1021-6.


37. Seth, A.K. (2010). Measuring autonomy and emergence via Granger causality. Artificial Life, 16(2):179-96


36. Dienes, Z. and Seth, A.K. (2010). Gambling on the unconscious: A comparison of wagering and confidence ratings in an artificial grammar task. Consciousness and Cognition 19(2):674-81


35. Seth, A.K. (2010). A MATLAB toolbox for Granger causal connectivity analysis. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 186 (2):262-273.


34. Barnett, L., Barrett, A., and Seth, A.K. (2009). Granger causality and transfer entropy are equivalent for Gaussian variables. Physical Review Letters 103:238701


33. Seth, A.K. (2009). Coma science: clinical and ethical implicationsProgress in Brain Research, 177, ix-x. [foreword]

32. Edelman, D.B., and Seth, A.K. (2009). Animal consciousness: A synthetic approach. Trends in Neurosciences. 32(9):476-484 [cover article]


31. Seth, A.K. (2009). Don't throw the baby iguana out with the bathwater. Adaptive Behavior.17:338-342 (commentary)


30. Seth, A.K. (2009). The strength of weak artificial consciousness. International Journal of Machine Consciousness. 1(1):71-82. 

29. Seth, A.K. (2009). Explanatory correlates of consciousness: Theoretical and computational challengesCognitive Computation.1(1):50-63


28. Clowes, R. and Seth, A.K. (2008). Axioms, properties, and criteria: Roles for synthesis in the science of consciousness Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Medicine 44 (2) :91-104.

27. Seth, A.K., Dienes. Z., Cleeremans, A, Overgaard, M. and Pessoa, L. (2008). Measuring consciousness: Relating behavioral and neurophysiological approaches. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 12 (8): 314-321.


26. Guo, S., Seth, A.K., Kendrick, K., and Feng, J. (2008). Partial Granger causality: Eliminating exogenous inputs and latent variables. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 172(1): 79-93.


25. McKinstry, J.L., Seth, A.K., Edelman, G.M., & Krichmar, J.L. (2008). Embodied models of delayed neural responses: Spatiotemporal categorization and predictive motor control in brain-based devicesNeural Networks 21(4): 553-61.


24. Seth, A.K. (2008). Theories and measures of consciousness develop together. Consciousness and Cognition. 17 (3):986-988.


23. Seth, A.K. (2008). Post-decision wagering measures metacognitive content, not sensory consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition 17 (3):981-983.

22. Seth, A.K. (2008). Causal networks in simulated neural systems. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 2:49-64.


21. Seth, A.K. (2007). The functional utility of consciousness depends on content as well as on state. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 30(1):106.


20. Prescott, T.J., Bryson, J.J., & Seth, A.K. (2007). Modelling natural action selection: Introduction to the theme issue. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B.  362(1485):1521-9.


19. Seth, A.K. (2007). The ecology of action selection: Insights from artificial life. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B. 362(1485):1545-58.


18. Seth, A.K., and Edelman, G.M. (2007). Distinguishing causal interactions in neural populations. Neural Computation. 19(4):910-933.

17. Seth, A.K., Izhikevich, E.M., Reeke, G.N., and Edelman. G.M. (2006). Theories and measures of consciousness: An extended framework. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA. 103(28):10799-10804.


16. Seth, A.K., Iversen, J.R., and Edelman, G.M. (2006). Single trial discrimination of truthful from deceptive responses during a game of financial risk using MEG alpha signals. Neuroimage. 32(1):465-76.


15. Seth, A.K. (2005). Causal connectivity of evolved neural networks during behavior. Network: Computation in Neural Systems. 16(1):35-55.


14. Seth, A.K., Krichmar, J.L. and Sporns, O. (2005). Neurorobotic models in neuroscience and neuroinformatics. Neuroinformatics. 3(3):167-70.


13. Krichmar, J.L., Seth, A.K., Nitz., D.A., Fleischer, J.G., and Edelman, G.M. (2005). Spatial navigation and causal analysis in a brain-based device having detailed cortical-hippocampal interactions. Neuroinformatics. 3(3):197-222.


12. Seth, A.K., Baars, B.J., and Edelman, D.B. (2005). Criteria for consciousness in humans and other mammals. Consciousness and Cognition. 14(1):119-139.


11. Edelman, D.B., Baars, B.J., and Seth, A.K. (2005). Identifying hallmarks of consciousness in non-mammalian species. Consciousness and Cognition. 14(1):169-187.


10. Seth, A.K., and Baars, B.J. (2005). Neural Darwinism and consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition. 14(1):140-168.

9. Seth, A.K., Edelman, D.B. and Baars, B.J. (2005). Let’s not forget about sensory consciousness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27(4):601-602. (continuing commentary)


8. Seth, A.K., McKinstry, J.L., Edelman.G.M., and Krichmar, J.L. (2004). Visual binding through reentrant connectivity and dynamic synchronization in a brain-based device. Cerebral Cortex. 14(11):1185-99.

7. Seth, A.K., McKinstry, J.L., Edelman.G.M., and Krichmar, J.L. (2004). Active sensing of visual and tactile stimuli by brain-based devicesInternational Journal of Robotics and Automation, 19(4):222-238.

6. Seth, A.K. and Edelman, G.M. (2004). Environment and behavior influence the complexity of evolved neural networks. Adaptive Behavior 12(1):5-21.

5. Chen, Y., Seth, A.K., Gally, J.A., and Edelman, G.M. (2003). The power of human brain magnetoencephalographic signals can be modulated up or down by changes in an attentive visual task. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA. 100(6):3501-3506.


4. Wheeler, M., Bullock, S., Di Paolo, E., Noble, J., Bedau, M., Husbands, P., Kirby, S., and Seth, A.K. (2002). The view from elsewhere: Perspectives on ALife modelling. Artificial Life 8(1):87-101. 


3. Seth, A.K. (2001). Modeling group foraging: Individual suboptimality, interference, and a kind of matchingAdaptive Behavior 9(2):67-90.


2. Young, A.W, Rowland, D. Etcoff, N., Calder, A.J., Seth, A.K., and Perret. D.I. (1997). Facial expressions in Megamix: Tests of dimensional and category accounts of emotion recognition. Cognition (63):271-313.


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