Benjamin Baird (interviewed by Matthieu Koroma)
Internally generated conscious activity:
Reflections upon (lucid) dreaming, mind-wandering and meditation, 15 pp.
Bigna Lenggenhager (interviewed by Jasmine T. Ho & Raphaël Millière)
Bodily boundaries and beyond:
Exploring the malleability of bodily self-consciousness, 24 pp.
Tim Bayne (interviewed by Alessio Bucci and Matthieu Koroma)
How to study consciousness as a natural phenomenon, 9 pp.
Maddalena Canna & Rebecca Seligman (interviewed by Matthieu Koroma)
How culture breaks down the mind-body divide, 16 pp.
Olivia Carter (interviewed by Katrin H. Preller)
The dimensions of consciousness:
From perceptual illusions to psychedelics, 9 pp.
Robin Carhart-Harris (interviewed by Martin Fortier & Raphaël Millière)
Consciousness and psychedelics, 16 pp.
Monima Chadha (interviewed by Edvard Avilés & Matthieu Koroma)
Indian philosophy and the value of transformative experiences, 10 pp.
Daniel Dennett (interviewed by Brendan Fleig-Goldstein and Daniel A. Friedman)
Dennett Explained, 15 pp.
Zoltan Dienes (interviewed by Jean-Rémy Martin)
The role of hypnosis and meditation in consciousness research, 9 pp.
Kieran Fox (interviewed by Matthieu Koroma)
Wandering along the spectrum of spontaneous thinking:
Dreaming, meditation, mind-wandering, and well-being, 15 pp.
Karl Friston (interviewed by Martin Fortier & Daniel A. Friedman)
Of woodlice and men:
A Bayesian account of cognition, life and consciousness, 27 pp.
Am I autistic? An intellectual autobiography, 8 pp.
Olivia Gosseries (interviewed by Charlotte Martial)
The use of psychedelics in the treatment of disorders of consciousness , 17 pp.
Timothy Hanks (interviewed by Alexandra Mikhailova & Daniel A. Friedman)
The neuroscience of decision making, 13 pp.
Jakob Hohwy (interviewed by Matthieu Koroma)
On different ways of being conscious:
modes of consciousness and the predictive mind, 7 pp.
Tanya Luhrmann (interviewed by Martin Fortier)
The anthropology of mind:
exploring unusual sensations and spiritual experiences across cultures, 12 pp.
Simon McCarthy-Jones (interviewed by Mathieu Frerejouan)
The phenomenon of voice-hearing:
an interdisciplinary approach, 9 pp.
Thomas Metzinger (interviewed by Jakub Limanowski & Raphaël Millière)
Splendor and misery of self-models:
Conceptual and empirical issues regarding consciousness and self-consciousness, 21 pp.
David Nichols (interviewed by Leor Roseman & Christopher Timmermann)
From pharmacology to phenomenology, 11 pp.
David E. Olson & David B. Yaden (a conversation hosted by George Fejer)
Are the subjective effects of psychedelics necessary for their enduring therapeutic effects?, 16 pp.
Katrin Preller (interviewed by Guillaume Dumas)
Psychedelics and Sociality:
Probing the diversity of cognition beyond individuals, 8 pp.
Matthew Ratcliffe (interviewed by Mathieu Frerejouan)
Verbal hallucinations, intentionality, and interpersonal experience, 13 pp.
Kevin O’Regan (interviewed by Cordelia Erickson-Davis)
On the “feel” of things:
The sensorimotor theory of consciousness, 8 pp.
Rebecca Seligman (interviewed by Arnaud Halloy)
Towards a biocultural approach to dissociative consciousness, 6 pp.
Timo T. Schmidt (interviewed by George Fejer)
Phenomenoconnectomics and the Altered States Database for Consciousness Research, 16 pp.
Ann Taves (interviewed by Martin Fortier & Maddalena Canna)
Conceptual, anthropological and cognitive issues surrounding religious experience, 20 pp.
Frédérique de Vignemont (interviewed by Raphaël Millière & Carlota Serrahima)
Body meets self, 27 pp.
Jennifer Windt (interviewed by Alessio Bucci & Raphaël Millière)
Relocating dreams on the conceptual map:
how the analysis of sleep and dreaming challenges our taxonomy of mental states, 26 pp.
Michael Winkelman (interviewed by Martin E. Fortier)
The evolutionary neuroanthropology of consciousness:
Exploring the diversity of conscious states across cultures, 53 pp.