Sarah K. Robins, Ph.D.

Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Philosophy of Neuroscience
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Carl F. Craver grad student 2012 Washington University
 (The Constructive Trace Theory of Memory.)
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Robins SK. (2016) Misremembering Philosophical Psychology. 29: 432-447
Robins SK. (2016) Optogenetics and the mechanism of false memory Synthese. 1-23
Robins S. (2016) Representing the past: memory traces and the causal theory of memory Philosophical Studies. 1-21
Treiman R, Schmidt J, Decker K, et al. (2015) Parents' Talk About Letters With Their Young Children. Child Development
Robins S. (2015) How We Remember: Brain Mechanisms of Episodic Memory: A mechanism for mental time travel? A critical review of Hasselmo’s How we remember: Brain mechanisms of episodic memory Philosophical Psychology. 28: 903-915
Robins S, Treiman R, Rosales N. (2014) Letter Knowledge in Parent-Child Conversations. Reading and Writing. 27: 407-429
Robins S, Ghosh D, Rosales N, et al. (2014) Letter knowledge in parent-child conversations: differences between families differing in socio-economic status. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 632
Robins S. (2014) Mindreading and tacit knowledge Cognitive Systems Research. 28: 1-11
Robins S, Treiman R, Rosales N, et al. (2012) Parent-Child Conversations About Letters and Pictures. Reading and Writing. 25: 2039-2059
Robins SK, Craver CF. (2011) No nonsense neuro-law Neuroethics. 4: 195-203
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