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(27) Colombo, M. (2017). Social motivation in computational neuroscience. Or if brains are prediction machines, then the Humean theory of motivation is false. In J. Kiverstein (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of the Social Mind (pp. 320-340). New York: Routledge. [preprint]
(24) Colombo, M. (2016). Animal grieving and human mourning Commentary on King on Animal Grief. Animal Sentience 2016.110
(22) Colombo, M., Bucher, L., & Inbar, Y. (2016). Explanatory Judgment, Moral Offense, and Value-Free Science. An Empirical Study. The Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 7, 743–763. [This article has been discussed in Cultura 3.0 and in Imperfect Cognitions]
(17) Colombo, M., Stankevicius, A., & Seriès, P. (2014). Benefits of social vs. non-social feedback on learning and generosity. Results from the Tipping Game. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 1154.
(15) Colombo, M. (2014). Explaining Social Norm Compliance. A Plea for Neural Representations. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 13: 217-138. [preprint]
(12) Colombo, M. (2014). Two Neurocomputational Building Blocks of Social Norm Compliance. Biology and Philosophy, 29, 71-88. [preprint]
(11) Lisciandra, C., Postma-Nilsenová, M., & Colombo, M. (2013). Conformorality. A Study on Group Conditioning of Normative Judgment. The Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 4, 751-764. [preprint]
(9) Colombo, M. (2013). Leges Sine Moribus Vanae. Does Language Make Moral Thinking Possible? Biology and Philosophy, 28, 501-521. [preprint]
(4) Colombo, M. (2009). Looking at the Roots of Cooperation through the Brain, and What We Find There. In Gabbay, M. (Ed.) BPPA09 Proceedings, 15-26.