Readership: Cognitive and social psychologists; philosophers of mind and psychology
Edited by Jonathan Evans, Professor of Cognitive Psychology, University of Plymouth, UK, and Keith Frankish, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
"Inarguably, this edited collection by Evans and Frankish is the definitive statement of the status quo in this area of work" - Philosophy in Review
1: Keith Frankish & Jonathan St B T Evans: The duality of mind: a historical perspective
Part I - Foundations
2: Jonathan St B T Evans: How many dual process theories do we need: one, two or many?
3: Keith E Stanovich: Distinguishing the reflective, algorithmic, and autonomous minds: is it time for a tri-process theory?
4: Keith Frankish: Systems and levels: dual-system theories and the personal-subpersonal distinction
5: Peter Carruthers: An architecture for dual reasoning
6: Richard Samuels: The magical number two, plus or minus: dual process theory as a theory of cognitive kinds
Part II - Perspectives
7: Hugo Mercier & Dan Sperber: Intuitive and reflective inferences
8: Valerie Thompson: Dual-process theories: a metacognitve perspective
9: Eliot R Smith & Elizabeth C Collins: Dual-process models: a social psychological model
10: Emma E Buchtel & Ara Norenzayan: Thinking across cultures: implications for dual processes
11: Ron Sun, Sean M Lane & Robert C Mathews: The two systems of learning: an architectural perspective
Part III - Applications
12: Paul A Klaczynski: Cognitive and social cognitive development: dual-process research and theory
13: Matthew D Lieberman: What zombies can't do: a social cognitive neuroscience approach to the irreducibility of reflective consciousness
14: Clare Saunders & David Over: In two minds about rationality?
15: Leland F Saunders: Reason and intuition in the moral life: a dual-process account of moral justification