Dr. Samuli Reijula
Postdoctoral researcher Samuli Reijula (formerly Pöyhönen) is a philosopher of science with an interest in cognitive sciences.
- 2016 - 2017:
- Visiting researcher: Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
- 2015 - 2018:
- Post-doctoral researcher (Academy of Finland), Project “Foundations of classification and category-based induction in the social and behavioral sciences”, University of Helsinki
- PhD thesis (2013):
- Chasing Phenomena. Studies on classification and conceptual change in the social and behavioral sciences, University of Helsinki
- Ylikoski, P & S Pöyhönen 2015. Addiction-as-kind hypothesis. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research, 4(1): 21–25.
- Pöyhönen, S. 2014. Explanatory power of extended cognition, Philosophical Psychology 27/5, 735-759.
- Pöyhönen, S. 2014. Intentional concepts in cognitive neuroscience, Philosophical Explorations, 17: 93–109
- Kuorikoski, J & S Pöyhönen. 2012. Looping kinds and social mechanisms, Sociological Theory, 30:3, 187–205.
- Ehrig, T, K Katsikopoulos, J Kuorikoski, S Pöyhönen, and S Sunder. Limitations of behaviorally informed policy under social interaction. Working Paper, 2015