A selection of academic papers

de Léon, D. (2013). Building thought into things. In P. Graves-Brown, R. Harrison and A. Piccini (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World (pp. 671–684). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

de Léon, D. (2006). The cognitive biographies of things. In A. Costall and O. Drier (Eds.), Doing Things with Things (pp. 113–130). Ashgate: London. (An earlier version of the paper can be found here.)

de Léon, D. (2003). Actions, artefacts and cognition: An ethnography of cooking. Lund University Cognitive Studies, 104.

de Léon, D. (2003). Artefactual intelligence: The development and use of cognitively congenial artefacts. Lund University Cognitive Studies, 105.

de Léon, D. (2002 b). Cognitive task transformations, Cognitive Systems Research, 3(3), pp. 449–459.

de Léon, D. (2001 a). The qualities of qualia, Communication and Cognition, 34 (1/2), pp. 121–138. An earlier version of the paper can be found here.

de Léon, D. (1995). The limits of thought and the mind–body problem, Lund University Cognitive Studies, 42.

Hall, L., Johansson, P., & de Léon, D. (2013). Recomposing the will: Distributed motivation and computer mediated extrospection. In T. Vierkant, A. Clark & J. Kiverstein (Eds.) Decomposing the will. Oxford University Press: Philosophy of Mind Series.

Wallin, A. & de Léon, D. (2008). How Should We Study Interaction? In P. Gärdenfors and A. Wallin (Eds.), A Smorgasbord of Cognitive Science (pp. 133–148). Bokförlaget Nya Doxa: Nora.