Porot, N., & Mandelbaum, E. (2020). The science of belief: A progress report. WIREs Cognitive Science. (reprint forthcoming in Musolino, J, Hemmer, P, & Sommer, J. The Cognitive Science of Belief, Cambridge University Press)

Devitt, M., & Porot, N. (2018). The Reference of Proper Names: Testing Usage and Intuitions. Cognitive Science 42 (5), 1552-1585 

Papers in Progress:

Co-authored with Eric Mandelbaum & Jake Quilty-Dunn (equal contributions acknowledged):

"The Best Game in Town: The Re-Emergence of the Language of Thought across the

Cognitive Sciences" (under review)

Co-authored with Eric Mandelbaum:

"The Clinician’s Dilemma: Belief in Delusions, Belief in Us or Some Mash up, or

Something Else" (to appear as a viewpoint in JAMA: Psychiatry)

"Dumb, Cold, & Cynical" (winner of an essay prize on the nature of belief organized by Eric Schwitzgebel, to appear in an edited collection of papers)

Single Authored:

“Some Evidence for Languages of Thought in Chimpanzees, Olive Baboons, and an

African Grey Parrot” 

“Symbolic Representation in Arthropods”

“Multi-Stability as a Mark of the Mental”

“Maps, Icons, and Vectors in a Language of Thought”

“There Are No Holes in Conscious Vision”

Co-authored with Eric Mandelbaum, Ryan Tracy, & Steve Young:

“Spinoza’s Return: Fluency Does Not Explain Illusory Truth” (first author, under review)

“Fluency and Bullshit Receptivity” (under review)