Andrew M Haun, PhD


Andrew Haun’s research focuses on human vision and integrated information theory.

Research Interests: visual perception, integrated information theory.

Selected Publications

Afrasiabi M, Redinbaugh MJ, Phillips JM, Kambi NA, Mohanta S, Raz A, Haun A.M., Saalmann YB (2021). More than just front or back: Parietal-striatal-thalamic circuits predict consciousness level. (accepted at Cell Systems)

Haun, A.M. (2021). What is visible across the visual field? (accepted at Neuroscience of Consciousness)

Haun, A.M. and Tsuchiya, N. (2020). Reasonable criteria for functionalists; scarce criteria from [a] phenomenological perspective. Cognitive Neuroscience (commentary)

Tsuchiya, N., Andrillon, T., and Haun, A.M. (2020). A reply to “the unfolding argument”: Beyond functionalism/behaviorism and towards a science of causal-structural theories of consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition, 79(102877), doi: 10.1016/j.concog.2020.102877

Haun, A.M. and Tononi, G. (2019). Why does space feel the way it does? Towards a principled account of spatial experience. Entropy, 21(12), 1160. doi:10.3390/e21121160