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Researcher: Van Rysewyk, S (Mr Simon Van Rysewyk)

Fields of Research

Philosophy of Mind (excl. Cognition)
Philosophy
Social and Community Psychology
Philosophy of Cognition

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Philosophy and Religious Studies
Nervous System and Disorders
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A Call for Study on the Meanings of Pain; Meanings of Pain
A hybrid bottom-up and top-down approach to machine medical ethics: Theory and data; Machine Medical Ethics
Assessing and modeling clinical factors in pain therapeutic studies; Ngau Mamae
Beyond Faces: the Relevance of Moebius Syndrome to Emotion Recognition and Empathy; Emotional Expression: The Brain and the Face
Comment on: Unconscious affective processing and empathy: An investigation of subliminal priming on the detection of painful facial expressions
Comment on: Unconscious affective processing and empathy: An investigation of subliminal priming on the detection of painful facial expressions; Pain
Is Pain Unreal?; Meanings of Pain
Machine Medical Ethics; Springer
Meanings of Pain; Springer
Objective Knowledge of Subjective Pain? Towards a Subjective-Neuroscience of Pain; Ngae Mamae, New Zealand Pain Society Journal
Objective Knowledge of Subjective Pain? Towards a Subjective-Neuroscience of Pain
Pain perception - A fuzzy CBR approach; World Congress on Engineering 2016 (WCE 2016)
Robot Pain; International Journal of Synthetic Emotions
Should Investigators Introspect on Their Own Pain Experiences as Study Co-Participants?; Meanings of Pain
The Contributions of Moebius Syndrome to Empathy; Psychology of Empathy
The Integration of Emotion and Reason in Caregiver Pain Assessment; The Journal of Pain
The Integration of Emotion and Reason in Caregiver Pain Assessment
Toward explaining face perception of pain: an Artificial Neural Network Fuzzy Case-Based Reasoning Approach; Facial Expression: The Brain and the Face
Towards the developmental pathway of face perception abilities in the human brain; Emotional Expression: The Brain and the Face. 2nd Volume: Studies in Brain, Face and Emotion

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision