Emily T. Troscianko
Emily T. Troscianko
Research Associate, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), University of Oxford
Verified email at humanities.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Consciousness: an introduction
S Blackmore, ET Troscianko
Routledge, 2018
6452018
Kafka's Cognitive Realism
E Troscianko
Routledge, 2014
472014
Reading imaginatively: the imagination in cognitive science and cognitive literary studies
ET Troscianko
Journal of Literary Semantics 42 (2), 181-198, 2013
302013
Cognitive realism and memory in Proust’s madeleine episode
ET Troscianko
Memory studies 6 (4), 437-456, 2013
202013
Cognitive literary science: dialogues between literature and cognition
M Burke, E Troscianko
Oxford University Press, 2017
192017
Mind, brain, and literature: A dialogue on what the humanities might offer the cognitive sciences
M Burke, ET Troscianko
Journal of Literary Semantics 42 (2), 141-148, 2013
162013
Kafkaesque worlds in real time
E Troscianko
Language and Literature 19 (2), 151-171, 2010
102010
reading kafka Enactively
ET Troscianko
Paragraph 37 (1), 15-31, 2014
92014
Animal Minds across Discourse Domains
D Herman
Cognitive Literary Science: Dialogues between Literature and Cognition, 195-216, 2017
72017
Explorations in cognitive literary science
M Burke
Mouton de Gruyter, 2013
72013
Cognitive perspectives on immersion
ET Troscianko
Immersion and the Storyworld, St John’s College, Oxford, June 25–26 10, 2012
62012
The Cognitive Realism of Memory in Flaubert's Madame Bovary
ET Troscianko
Modern Language Review 107 (3), 772-795, 2012
62012
Feedback in reading and disordered eating
ET Troscianko
Cognitive literary science: dialogues between literature and cognition, 169-195, 2016
52016
Fiction-reading for good or ill: eating disorders, interpretation and the case for creative bibliotherapy research
ET Troscianko
Medical humanities 44 (3), 201-211, 2018
42018
How should we talk about reading experiences? Arguments and empirical evidence
ET Troscianko
The aesthetic illusion in literature and the arts. London: Bloomsbury, 237-71, 2017
42017
First-Person and Second-Generation Perspectives on Starvation in Kafka's “Ein Hungerkünstler”
ET Troscianko
Style 48 (3), 331-348, 2014
42014
Science and literary criticism
M Burke, ET Troscianko
St John’s College Oxford, 2012
32012
Literary reading and eating disorders: survey evidence of therapeutic help and harm
ET Troscianko
Journal of eating disorders 6 (1), 8, 2018
22018
Interpretation: Its status as object or method of study in cognitive and unnatural narratology
S Willemsen, RA Kraglund, ET Troscianko
Poetics Today 39 (3), 597-622, 2018
22018
The literary science of the'Kafkaesque'
ET Troscianko
University of Oxford, 2009
22009
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