The nature of implicit bias. European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Leipzig [online], September 2021.
Implicit bias, implicit attitudes, and flourishing. Motivation and Human Flourishing. Munich, June 2021.
The nature of implicit bias. Moral Psychology and Rationality. Copenhagen [online], June 2021.
Free will from an Anscombean perspective. Freiheit des Willens - Autonomie der Person. Munich, June 2020 [cancelled].
Implicit motives and integration. Human Flourishing and the Integrated Self: Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology. Rome, March 2020 [rescheduled to a later date].
Why conscious action and indispensable automatic processes are compatible. Automaticity and Bias in Thought and Action, Dortmund, October 2019.
Habitual virtuous actions and acting for reasons. European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Athens, September 2019.
What are implicit motives? Depth of the Self - Implicit Motives and Human Flourishing, Würzburg, August 2019.
Self-Determination Theory and implicit bias. Self-Determination Theory Conference, Amsterdam, May 2019.
Unconscious processes and conscious control. European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Rijeka, September 2018.
Unintentional action and the extended self (poster). Open Self, Berlin, September 2018.
Dual action control, conscious guidance, and first-order consciousness. Agency and Causation, Ghent, October 2016.
Dual action control and the role of consciousness. European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, St. Andrews, August 2016.
Free will and the unconscious precursors of intentions. Agency, Causality, and Free Will, Zagreb, January 2016.
Conscious initiation and proximal intentions. Free Will and Consciousness. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, November 2015.
Intervening on one’s own mind: The relationship between moral responsibility and mental disorder. Moral and Legal Responsibility in the Age of Neuroscience, September 2015.
Free will in the lab: The case of indirect control. European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Tartu, July 2015.
Neuroscience and free will: How not to conceive of the self in self-generated action. Free Will Conference, Flint, October 2014.
Neuroscience and intentional inhibition: How not to conceive of the self in self-control. A View from which Mind? The Neuroethics Perspective, Padua, May 2014.
Neuroscience and intentional inhibition: How not to conceive of the self in self-control. OZSW Graduate Conference in Theoretical Philosophy, Amsterdam, May 2014.
Public philosophy (selection)
Talk and discussion on free will. Symposium on making decisions, Utrecht, February 2020.
Interviewed on free will and science for podcast ‘Kluwen’, 2019.
Talk on free will and science. Brainwash festival, Amsterdam, October 2018.
Interviewed on free will and science for podcast ‘Matter of the Mind’, 2018.
Ian Hacking and mental disorders. Philosophy Café, Arnhem, November 2016.
Harry Frankfurt’s theory of free will. Hoe vrij wil je zijn?, Amsterdam, May 2015.