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  1. Helge Malmgren, The "Internal/External" Metaphor in the Philosophy of Mind.
    Poster presented at the conference "Toward a Science of Consciousness" ("Tucson 2000"), Tucson, Arizona, April 10-15, 2000.
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  2. Helge Malmgren, Without a Proper Definition, You Do Not See the Phenomenon.
    Revision of a paper originally presented at the AAPP conference "Consciousness and its pathologies", San Diego, California, May 17-18, 1997 .
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  3. Helge Malmgren (forthcoming). Psychiatry's Repressed Past and its Relevance for Philosophy. Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine.
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  4. Helge Malmgren (2013). Standard Subjective Bayesianism Is Either Inconsistent or a Way to Housetrain Relativism. In Christer Svennerlind, Jan Almäng & Rögnvaldur Ingthorsson (eds.), Johanssonian Investigations. Ontos Verlag. 5--385.
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  5. Helge Malmgren, Artificial Neural Networks in Medicine and Biology.
    Artificial neural networks (ANNs) are new mathematical techniques which can be used for modelling real neural networks, but also for data categorisation and inference tasks in any empirical science. This means that they have a twofold interest for the philosopher. First, ANN theory could help us to understand the nature of mental phenomena such as perceiving, thinking, remembering, inferring, knowing, wanting and acting. Second, because ANNs are such powerful instruments for data classification and inference, their use also leads us into (...)
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  6. Helge Malmgren (2008). Identifying and Individuating the Psychological Mechanisms That Underlie Musical Emotions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (5):587-588.
    Juslin & Vll (J&V) have suggested a promising theoretical framework for understanding musical emotions. However, the way they classify the hypothetical underlying psychological mechanisms suffers from certain weaknesses, both in principle and when it comes to details. It is proposed that the authors consider incorporating ideas from a recent dissertation that has advanced another multimechanism theory of musical emotions.
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  7. Björn Haglund & Helge Malmgren (eds.) (2006). Kvantifikator För En Dag - Essays Dedicated to Dag Westerståhl on His Sixtieth Birthday. Philosophical Communications.
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  8. Helge Malmgren (2006). Presentations, Re-Presentations and Learning. In Björn Haglund & Helge Malmgren (eds.), Kvantifikator För En Dag - Essays Dedicated to Dag Westerståhl on His Sixtieth Birthday. Philosophical Communications.
    This paper is an argument to the effect that a certain view about mental representing, together with some very liberal constraints on the brain as a dynamic system, entails that the organism will tend to form adaptive mental representations of its environment. To show this, it will first be argued that although mental representing is a common thing indeed, representationalism, in the most important sense of that term (indirect representationalism), is false. Three different views about pictorial thinking (mental imagery, intuitive (...)
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  9. Helge Malmgren, The Embodied Mind.
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  10. Helge Malmgren (2004). The Manifest Image. In Christer Svennerlind (ed.), Ursus Philosophicus - Essays Dedicated to Björn Haglund on his Sixtieth Birthday. Philosophical Communications.
    It is often stated that the image of the world which our senses present to us contradicts the scientific worldview in important respects. I challenge this position through a number of arguments centered on the nature of perception and of perceived qualities.
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  11. Helge Malmgren, Why the Past is Sometimes Perceived, and Not Only Remembered. Philosophical Communications.
    This paper first advances and discusses the hypothesis that so-called “iconic” or (for the auditory sphere) “echoic” memory is actually a form of perception of the past. Such perception is made possible by parallel inputs with differential delays which feed independently into the sensorium. This hypothesis goes well together with a set of related psychological and phenomenological facts, as for example: Sperling’s results about the visual sensory buffer, the facts that we seem to see movement and hear temporal Gestalts, and (...)
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  12. Björn Vickhoff & Helge Malmgren, Why Does Music Move Us? Philosophical Communications.
    The communication of emotion in music has with few exceptions, as L. B. Meyer´s Emotion and Meaning in Music (1956) and the contour theory (Kivy 1989, 2002), focused on music structure as representations of emotions. This implies a semiotic approach - the assumption that music is a kind of language that could be read and decoded. Such an approach is largely restricted to the conscious level of knowing, understanding and communication. We suggest an understanding of music and emotion based on (...)
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  13. Susanna Radovic & Helge Malmgren, Fatigue and Fatigability - Semantic and Etiological Perspectives. Philosophical Communications.
    Fatigue and increased fatigability occur as symptoms in almost every medical and psychiatric condition, as well as being common reactions to non pathological physical and psychological strain and stress. We will attempt to clarify the semantics of the terms "fatigue" and "fatigability", and we will put forward the hypothesis that the special kind of mental fatigability which characterises many cases of mild to moderate dysfunction of the brain is functional in a sense that it represents an overload of pathological information (...)
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  14. Göran Lindqvist & Helge Malmgren (1993). Classification and Diagnosis of Organic Mental Disorders. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica Supplement 88:5-17.
    A new diagnostic system for organic psychiatry is presented. We first define "organic psychiatry", and then give the theoretical basis for conceiving organic psychiatric disorders in terms of hypothetical psychopathogenetic processes, HPP:s. Such hypothetical disorders are not strictly identical to the clusters of symptoms in which they typically manifest themselves, since the symptoms may be concealed or modified by intervening factors in non typical circumstances and/or in the simultaneous presence of several disorders. The six basic disorders in our system are (...)
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  15. Helge Malmgren (1976). Immediate Knowledge of Other Minds. Theoria 42 (1-3):189-205.
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  16. Helge Malmgren (1975). Internal Relations in the Analysis of Consciousness. Theoria 41 (2):61-83.
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  17. Helge Malmgren (1971). Intentionality and Knowledge: Studies in the Philosophy of G.E. Moore and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Dissertation, University of Gothenburg
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  18. Helge Malmgren (1971). Moore's Concept of Indirect Apprehension. Theoria 37 (3):185-208.
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  19. Helge Malmgren, Conditions for Forced Learning of Graded Responses.
    Poster presentation at the "Sixth International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems", Boston, May 30-June 1, 2002.
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  20. Helge Malmgren, Moore's Bevis För Yttervärldens Existens.
    Presentation at "Filosofidagarna 2001", Stockholm, Sweden.
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  21. Helge Malmgren, Subjektiva Sannolikheter.
    Presentation at "Filosofidagarna 2007", Umeå, Sweden.
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