“How Autism shows that Symptoms, like Psychiatric Diagnoses, are ‘Constructed’: Methodological and Epistemic Consequences”, Synthese, Open Access Journal Link, PRE-PRINT PDF

“Scientific Perspectivism and Psychiatric Diagnoses: Respecting History and Constraining Relativism”, European Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 11/8 Open Access Journal Link, PRE-PRINT PDF

“The Value of Categorical, Polythetic Psychiatric Diagnoses”, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Open Access Journal Link, PRE-PRINT PDF

“Additional Challenges to Fair Representation in Autistic Advocacy” (Commentary), American Journal of Bioethics, 2020, 20/4, 44-45 Journal Link

“The Importance of Getting Kanner’s Account Right in Debates over First Descriptions of Autism” (Letter to the Editor), Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorder, 2020, 50, 4329-4330 Journal Link, PRE-PRINT PDF

“Scientific Realism, Antirealism and Psychiatric Diagnoses” in the Bloomsbury Companion to the Philosophy of Psychiatry, 2019, Link to Book

Symptom modelling can be influenced by psychiatric categories: Choices for RDoC, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 2017, 38/4, 279-294 Journal Link

Putting the Present in the History of Autism, Studies in the History and Philosophy of the Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 2017, 61, 54-58 Journal Link, PRE-PRINT PDF

Joint winner of the 2016 Jaspers Award from the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry Link

“A reappraisal of Kendell and Jablensky’s account of validity”, (in the annual philosophy issue of) Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2016, 22/4, 522-529 Journal Link

“Did Kanner actually describe the first account of autism? The mystery of 1938″, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2015, 45/7, 2274-2276 Journal Link, PRE-PRINT PDF

Book Review of “Alternative Perspectives On Psychiatric Validation: DSM, ICD, RDoC, and Beyond”, issue of History of Psychiatry, 2015, 26/4, 499-501 Journal Link