I am primarily interested in the philosophy of mind and the philosophical foundations of Psychology and the Cognitive Sciences. My published research has focused on the nature of consciousness and perceptual experience, related issues in epistemology and metaphysics, and relevant research in the cognitive and biological sciences.
I also have research and teaching interests in ethics.
For more detailed information about my work and ideas, consult the Research link in the menu above.
My curriculum vitae is HERE
To download copies of my papers go here: https://smu.academia.edu/JenniferMatey
Matey, J. “The Perception of Virtue” forthcoming The Epistemology of Non-Visual Perception eds. B. Brogaard and D. Gratzia. Oxford University Press.
Matey, J. “Phenomenal Intentionality and Color Experience” Topics in Cognitive Science. Vol. 9. Issue 1. Jan 2017
Matey, J. “Good Looking” Philosophical Issues; a supplement to Nous. Vol. 26. Issue 1. 2016
Matey, J. “Can Blue Mean Four?” Sensory Integration and the Unity of Consciousness eds. David Bennett and Chris Hill. MIT Press. 2014
Matey, J. “You Can See What ‘I’ Means” Philosophical Studies. Vol. 162. Issue 1. Jan 2013
Matey, J. “Representing the Impossible” Philosophical Psychology. Volume 26. Issue 2. 2013
Matey, J. “Synesthesia” co-authored with Sean Allen-Hermanson, The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ISSN 2161-0002. 2012
Matey, J. “Reduction and the Determination of Phenomenal Character” Philosophical Psychology. Vol. 24. Issue 3. 2011
Matey, J. “Two HOTS to Handle” Philosophical Psychology. Vol. 19. Issue 2. 2006
Matey, J. “Liking what we see”, The Philosopher’s Magazine. Issue 74, 4th quarter. 2016
Matey, J. Review of Perception, Realism and the Problem of Reference Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews November 2012