Dr Ophelia Deroy

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Name:
Dr Ophelia Deroy
Position:
Deputy Director
Institute:
Institute of Philosophy
Email address:
ophelia.deroy@sas.ac.uk

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Philosophy
Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
01-Sep-2015 Can sounds be red? A new account of synaesthesia as enriched experience

Conference papers

 Phenomenal Qualities, Oxford : OUP.

08-Jul-2015 On tasty colours and colourful tastes? Assessing, explaining, and utilizing crossmodal correspondences between colours and basic tastes

Journal articles

 Flavour, 4(1), 1-17

27-May-2015 Eat insects for fun, not to help the environment

Journal articles

 Nature, 521(7553), 395-395.

15-May-2015 Bouba-Kiki in the plate: combining crossmodal correspondences to change flavour experience.

Journal articles

  Flavour, 4(1), 22.

15-May-2015 Bouba-Kiki in the plate: combining crossmodal correspondences to change flavour experience

 Flavour 2015, 4:22

01-Apr-2015 Hedonic mediation of the crossmodal correspondence between taste and shape

Journal articles

 Food Quality and Preference, 41, 151-158.

12-Feb-2015 Special issue on crossmodal correspondences

 Co-Editor

19-Feb-2013 Lessons of synaesthesia for consciousness: Learning from the exception, rather than the general

Journal articles

 Neuropsychologia

01-Aug-2012 Hearing mouth shapes: Sound symbolism and the reverse McGurk effect

Co-authored. I-Perception, 3, 550-552
 

01-Apr-2012 Crossmodal correspondances: Innate or learned

Co-authored. I-Perception 3(5) 316–318  

 

01-Mar-2012 Phenomenal contrast without cognitive penetrability of perception

Articles

Single Author. Philosophical Studies

16-Jul-2010 British Abolitionists and the End of Slavery in Brazil

Monographs

 Institute for the Study of the Americas

Crossmodal correspondences: four challenges. Multisensory Research

Journal articles

'Differentiated audio-tactile correspondences in sighted and blind individuals

Journal articles

 Journal of Experimental Psychology.

Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences

Journal articles

 Multisensory Research

Accords insolites: L'influence de la musique sur la dégustation.

Journal articles

 Revue des oenologues

As light as your footsteps: altering walking sounds to change perceived body weight, emotional state and gait.

Journal articles

 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 2943-2952). ACM.

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