Guy Dove, Ph.D.
Department of Philosophy
Office: 313B Humanities Building
Phone: (502) 852-0450
- Post-doctoral training, Developmental Neuropsychology and Electrophysiology Lab, University of Louisville, 2003-2004
- PhD Philosophy, University of Chicago, 2002
- BA Philosophy, Georgetown University, 1989
- Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science
- Philosophy of Mind
- Philosophy of Language
- Dove, G.O. (2012). Grammar as a developmental phenomenon. Biology and Philosophy, 27, 615-637.
- Dove, G.O. (2011). On the need for embodied and dis-embodied cognition. Frontiers in Cognition, 1, Article 242, 1-13.
- Dove, G.O. (2010). Another heterogeneity hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 33, 209-210.
- Dove, G.O. (2009). Beyond perceptual symbols: A call for representational pluralism. Cognition, 110, 412-431.
- Dove, G.O. (2009). Review - Concepts of Normality: The Autistic and Typical Spectrum. Metapsychology, 13.
- Maguire, M. J., & Dove, G.O. (2008). Speaking of Events: Event word learning and event representation. In T.F. Shipley & J. Zacks (Eds.), Understanding Events: How Humans See, Represent, and Act on Events (pp. 193-218). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
- Key, A.P.F., Dove, G.O., & Maguire, M.J. (2005). Linking brainwaves to the brain: An ERP primer. Developmental Neuropsycholgy, 27, 183-216.