Category: 2-factor-theory-debate

Phil Corlett’s response to Ryan McKay

In this post, Phil Corlett replies to Ryan McKay‘s summary of his paper “Measles, Magic and Misidentifications: A Defence of the Two-Factor Theory of Delusions“, itself a response to Phil’s earlier post on his paper “Factor one, familiarity and frontal cortex:...

Measles, Magic and Misidentifications

I’m Ryan McKay, Professor of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, and head of the Royal Holloway Morality and Beliefs Lab (MaB-Lab). I’m interested in how we form and revise beliefs, including delusional beliefs. This post is a summary of...

Factor One, Familiarity and Frontal Cortex

In this post, Phil Corlett, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, discusses some of the ideas in his paper ‘Factor one, familiarity and frontal cortex: a challenge to the two-factor theory of delusions’ recently published in the Journal of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry....