Selected Papers

Stafford, T., Holroyd, J., Scaife, R. (In preparation) A framework for addressing psychological biases in decision making.

Scaife, R., Stafford, T., Bunge, A., & Holroyd, J. (2020). To Blame? The Effects of Moralized Feedback on Implicit Racial Bias. Collabra: Psychology, 6(1), 30.

Holroyd, J. (2020) Bias and Vice in Vice Epistemology, Ed. Battaly, H. Cassam, Q & Kidd, I.

Holroyd, J. & Picinali, F. (forthcoming) Implicit Bias, Self-Defense and the Reasonable Person, in The Criminal Law’s Person, eds Matravers & Claes Lernestedt.

Holroyd, J. & Saul, J. (2019) Implicit bias and reform efforts in philosophy: a defence. Philosophical Topics

Saul, J. (2018). (How) Should We Tell Implicit Bias Stories?, Disputatio, 10(50), 217-244.

Holroyd, J. (2018) Implicit Bias, entry in the International Encyclopedia of Ethics.

Holroyd, J. & Puddifoot, K. (2017) Implicit Bias and Prejudice in Routledge Handbook of Social Epistemology, eds Miranda Fricker, Peter J. Graham, David Henderson, Nikolaj Pedersen, and Jeremy Wyatt).

Holroyd, J., Scaife, R., Stafford, T. (2017). What is Implicit Bias? Philosophy Compass. Vol 12 (10), e12437.

Holroyd, J., Scaife, R., Stafford, T. (2017). Responsibility for Implicit Bias. Philosophy Compass. Vol 12, (3), e12410.

Saul, J. (2017). Implicit Bias, Stereotype Threat, and Epistemic Injustice, in Ian Kidd, Jose Medina and Gaile Pohlhaus (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Epistemic Injustice,NY: Routledge: 235-242.

Holroyd, J. (2016) What do we want from a model of implicit cognition? Proceedings of The Aristotelian Society 116(2): 153-179

Holroyd, J. & Sweetman, J. (2016) The Heterogeneity of Implicit Bias in Implicit Bias and Philosophy, eds. Michael Brownstein and Jennifer Saul.

Brownstein, M. & Saul, J. eds. (2016) Implicit Bias and Philosophy Volume I: Metaphysics and Epistemology, Oxford University Press 2016.

Brownstein, M. & Saul, J. eds. (2016) Implicit Bias and Philosophy Volume II: Moral Responsibility, Structural Injustice, and Ethics, Oxford University Press 2016.

Di Bella, L., Miles, E. Saul, J. (2016) Philosophers Explicitly Associate Philosophy with Maleness, in Brownstein and Saul (eds.) Implicit Bias and Philosophy Volumes 1 and 2,Oxford: Oxford University Press: 283-308.

Holroyd, J. (2015) Implicit Bias and the Anatomy of Institutional Racism, Criminal Justice Matters101 #BlackLivesMatter.

Holroyd, J. (2014), Implicit Bias, Awareness and Imperfect Cognitions. In Bortolotti & E. Sullivan-Bissett (eds.) Consciousness and Cognition: special issue on Imperfect Cognitions, vol.31: 511-523.

Stafford, T. (2014). The perspectival shift: how experiments on unconscious processing don’t justify the claims made for them. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1067. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01067

Saul, J. & Beebee, H. (2014). Good Practice Guidelines for Women in Philosophy, for British Philosophical Association and Society for Women in Philosophy UK.

Scaife, R. (2014). A Problem for Self-Knowledge: The Implications of Taking Confabulation Seriously. Acta Analytica 29 (4):469-485.

Saul, J. (2013). Scepticism and Implicit Bias, Disputatio, 5:37, 243-263

Saul, J. (2013). Implicit Bias, Stereotype Threat and Women in Philosophy, in Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change?Edited by Fiona Jenkins and Katrina Hutchison, Oxford University Press: 39-60.

Saul, J. (2012). Ranking Exercises in Philosophy and Implicit Bias, in Journal of Social Philosophy, 43:3.