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)
Psychedelics: 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.
Kevin O’Regan (interviewed by Cordelia Erickson-Davis)
On the “feel” of things:
The sensorimotor theory of consciousness, 8 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.
Robert Sapolsky (interviewed by Alexandra Mikhailova & Daniel Friedman)
On free will or the lack thereof, 11 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.