Book chapters

35. Suzuki, K., Mariola, A., Schwartzman, D., and Seth, A.K. (2023). Using extended reality to study the experience of presence. In Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences: Virtual Reality – New Insights and Methods. Eds. C. Maymon, G. Grimshaw, and Y. Wu. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

34. Roseboom, W., Seth, A.K., Sherman, M.T., and Fountas, Z. (in press). The perception of time in humans, brains, and machines.

33. Seth, A.K., and Harris, S. (2020). Consciousness and the self: A conversation with Anil Seth. In Making Sense: Conversations on Consciousness, Morality, and the Future of Humanity. Ed. Harris, S., pp.95-157. Bantam Press.

32. Seth, A.K. (2020). The brain as a prediction machine. In The Philosophy and Science of Predictive Processing. Eds. S. Gouveia, M. Curado, and D. Mendonça. Bloomsbury.

31. Seth, A.K. (2018). Consciousness. In Handbook of Living Machines. Eds. T. Prescott and P. Verschure. Chapter 37. Oxford University Press.

30. Dienes Z., and Seth, A.K. (2018). Consciousness: Conscious versus unconscious processes. In Psychology 1e, ed., G. Davey. pp. 262-312. Wiley.

29. Seth, A.K. (2019). Being a beast machine: The origins of selfhood in control-oriented interoceptive inference. In Andy Clark and his Critics, Eds. M. Colombo, L. Irvine, and M. Stapleton. Oxford Scholarship Online.

28. Seth, A.K. (2017). The biological basis of consciousness. In Your Conscious Mind (New Scientist Instant Expert), ed. C. Williams., p.9-36. John Murray, London.

27. Seth, A.K. (2018). Controlled hallucinations and the phenomenology of presence.  In Ivana Franke: Retreat into Darkness – Towards a Phenomenology of the Unknown, eds. H. Mertens, K. Naie.  Spector Books, Schering Stiftung.

26. Freeman, J.F, Seth, A.K., et al. (2016). The human as the sensor in the machine: Addressing big data. In Human Computer Confluence, ed. A. Gaggioli. p.198-210. De Gruyter Open, Warsaw/Berlin.

25. Seth, A.K. (2016).The fall and rise of consciousness science. In The Return of Consciousness, ed. A. Haag. p.13-41. Ax:Son Johnson Foundation, Riga.

24. Seth, A.K., Verschure, P., Blanke, O., Butz, M., Ford, J.M.,  Frith, C.D., Jacob, P., Kyselo, M., McGann, M., Menary, M., Morsella, E., and O’Regan, J.K. (2016). Action-oriented understanding of consciousness and the structure of experience. In The Pragmatic Turn: Toward Action-Oriented Views in Cognitive Science, eds. A.K. Engel, K.J. Friston, & D. Kragic. MIT Press, Strungman Forum Reports.

23. Seth, A.K. (2015). Inference to the best prediction. In Open MIND, eds. T. Metzinger & J. Windt. Frankfurt a.M., GER: MIND group. [neurobanter]

22. Dienes, Z., and Seth, A.K. (2018). Consciousness: conscious versus unconscious processes. In Psychology(Ed. G. Davey) Chapter 6. Wiley-Blackwell.

21. Barrett, A. and Seth, A.K. (2014). Directed spectral methods. In Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, eds. Jaeger, D. & Jung, R. Springer, Berlin.

20. Seth, A.K. (2015). The cybernetic Bayesian brain: from interoceptive inference to sensorimotor contingencies. In Open MIND, eds. T. Metzinger & J. Windt. Frankfurt a.M., GER: MIND group. [see also the commentary: Wiese, W. (2015) Perceptual presence in the Kuhnian-Popperian Bayesian brain.]. Reprinted in hardcover in 2016 by MIT Press. [neurobanter]

19. Garfinkel, S., Nagai, Y., Seth, A.K., and Critchley, H.D. (2013). Neuroimaging studies of interoception and self-awareness. In The Neuroimaging of Consciousness. Eds. A. Cavanna, A. Nani, H. Blumenfeld, and S. Laureys. Springer, Berlin. p.204-227.

18. Seth, A.K. (2013). Foreword to Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Consciousness and the Self. Eds. S. Menon, A. Sinha, B.V. Sreekantan. Springer India.

17. Seth, A.K. (2011). From COGS to consciousness. In F. Gray (Ed.). Making the Future: A History of the University of Sussex. University of Sussex. p.177-180.

16. Seth, A.K., and Rees, G. (Eds.) (2010). Cognitive Neuroscience of Consciousness. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1(3). Taylor and Francis Online.

15. Seth, A.K. (2011). Optimised agent-based modelling. In A. Seth, J. Bryson, T. Prescott. Modelling Natural Action Selection. Cambridge University Press, p.37-61.

14. Husbands, P., Philippides, A., and Seth, A.K. (2011). Artificial neural systems for robots. In E. Mondragon, E. Alonso (Eds.). Computational Neuroscience for Advancing Artificial Intelligence: Models, Methods, and Applications. IGI Global.

13. Seth, A.K., and Bryson, J. (2013). Natural Action Selection, Modeling. In H. Pashler (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Mind. Sage Reference Publications.

12. Dienes, Z. and Seth, A.K., (2010). The conscious and the unconscious. In G. Koob et al. (eds), Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience. Vol 1, p.322-327. Elsevier.

11. Seth, A.K., and Edelman, G.M. (2009). Consciousness and complexity. In B. Meyer (ed.). Springer Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, Volume 2, p.1424-1443, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

10. Baars, B.J. and Seth, A.K. (2009). Consciousness: Theories and models. In L. Squire (Ed.). Elsevier Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. p.131-13. Elsevier.

9. Seth, A.K. (2009). Functions of consciousness. In W.P. Banks (ed.) Elsevier Encyclopedia of Consciousness. Vol 1: 279-293. Elsevier.

8. Seth, A.K. (2009). Brain mechanisms of consciousness in humans and other animals. In Veit efnið af andanum, S. Atlason and Þ. Helgadóttir (Eds). University of Iceland Press, p.47-72. (In Icelandic).

7. Seth, A.K. (2007). Granger causality. Scholarpedia, 2(7):1667.

6. Prescott, T., Bryson, J., and Seth, A.K. (Eds.) (2007). Modelling natural action selectionPhil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B. 362(1485):1519-1721. Royal Society Publishing.

5. Seth, A.K. (2007). Models of consciousnessScholarpedia, 2(1):1328.

4. Bryson, J., Prescott, T., and Seth, A.K. (Eds.) (2007). Modelling natural action selection: Proceedings of an international workshop. AISB Press.

3. Seth, A.K., Sporns, O., and Krichmar, J.L., (Eds.) (2005). Neurorobotic models in neuroscience and neuroinformaticsNeuroinformatics.3(3). Humana Press.

2. Seth, A.K., and Edelman, G.M. (2004). Theoretical neuroanatomy: Analyzing the structure, dynamics, and function of neuronal networks. In Complex Networks, E. Ben-Naim, H. Frauenfelder, and Z. Toroczkai (eds.) p.483-511. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

1. Seth, A.K. (2004). Evolving action selection and selective attention without action, attention, or selection. In Синергетика и психопогпя (Synergistics and Psychology, Vol. 3), V. Shendyapin, I. Trofimova, and V. Arshinov. (Eds.), p.225-243. Moscow. Cogito-Press. (In Russian)