Research

PUBLICATIONS

Lin, Y. (2015). Normative and conceptual issues of memory enhancement (Doctoral dissertation). Philosophisches Seminar, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Germany.

Lin, Y. (2015). Memory for prediction error minimization: From depersonalization to the delusion of non-existence—A commentary on Philip Gerrans. In T. Metzinger & J. M. Windt (Eds). Open MIND: 15(C). Frankfurt am Main: MIND Group. Doi: 10.15502/9783958570719

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Lin, Y. & Houng, A.Y. (2016, June). Recovering phenomenal richness: Conceptualization as a double-edged sword. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Wu, H., Lin, Y. & Houng, A.Y. (2016, June). The artistic autistic savant as an empirical support for dissociable phenomenal consciousness. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Lin, Y. & Houng, A.Y. (2016, April). No-conceptualization paradigms of perceptual consciousness. Oral presentation at the Science of Consciousness, Tucson, Arizona.

Wu, H., Lin, Y. & Houng, A.Y. (2016, April). Is externalism defeated by the case of autistic artists? Paper presented at the Science of Consciousness, Tucson, Arizona.

Lin, Y. (2015, July). The sense of identity and memory construction. Oral presentation accepted by the 19th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Paris, France.

Lin, Y. (2015, June). The debate of cognitive enhancement: The conceptual issues of “health”. Oral presentation at Fu-Jen and Yang-Ming Workshop on Philosophical Counselling and Philosophy of Psychiatry, Fu-Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City, Taiwan.

Lin, Y. (2014, December). “I do not exist”: Towards understanding Cotard delusion. Oral presentation at Workshop on Self, Perception, and Consciousness, Taipei, Taiwan.

Lin, Y. (2014, March). The sense of identity and memory construction. Oral presentation at the 20th Meeting of the MIND Group, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Lin, Y. (2013, July). My future self and me: Prospective memory and temporal discounting. Oral presentation at the 17th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, San Diego, California.

Lin, Y. (2013, March). Memory enhancement: The conceptual issues. Oral presentation at the 19th Meeting of the MIND Group, Zürich, Switzerland.

Lin, Y. (2013, March). When shouldn’t we forget: The extended mind debate and its implications for the ethics of memory modifications. Oral presentation at Neurointerventions and the Law, Hamburg, Germany.

Lin, Y. (2012, September). Toward a distinction between treatment and enhancement. Oral presentation at the 17th Intensive Meeting of the MIND Group, Mainz, Germany.

Lin, Y. (2012, July). Confabulation: A self-enhancing mechanism? Paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Brighton, UK.

Lin, Y. (2012, June). Memory enhancement and personal identity. Oral presentation at the 16th Meeting of the MIND Group, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Lin, Y. (2011, December). Authenticity or not? A perspective from self-consciousness. Oral presentation at International Workshop on Consciousness II: Self and Consciousness, Taipei, Taiwan.

Lin, Y. (2011, July). Cognitive enhancement: A means or a threat to authenticity? Oral presentation at Neuroethics Conference Neuroenhancement, Mainz, Germany.

Lin, Y. (2011, June). Is semantic memory more primitive than episodic memory? Paper presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Kyoto, Japan.

Lin, Y. (2011, June). Ethical issues in memory enhancement. Oral presentation at the 14th Meeting of the MIND Group, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

TALK

Lin, Y. (2016, March). Phenomenal richness: New paradigms of perceptual consciousness. Department of Philosophy, National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan.

Lin, Y. (2015, April). Memory enhancement: A phenomenological account. Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan.

GRANTS

2015-present
Books Projects for Humanities and Social Sciences Research
Title: Consciousness and Self: Philosophy and Neuroscience Research
Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (105-2420-H-010-007-2E)
科技部補助人文及社會科學研究圖書計畫規劃
主題:意識與自我的哲學與腦神經科學研究

2015 – present
Project of Cultivation of Humanities and Social Sciences Competence in Interdisciplinary Field Application
Title: Cognitive Development and Aging: Integrative Inquiry from Science, Philosophy and Bioethics, and Its Application
Grant from Minster of Education, Taiwan (MOE-104-3-4-003)
教育部人文及社會科學知識跨界應用能力培育計畫
主題:認知發展與增齡:科學、哲學、生物倫理之整合與應用

2015
Travel Grant
The 20th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (105-2914-I-010 -010 -A1)

2010 – 2014
Cognitive Enhancement Research Program
PhD Program Fellowship
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

2013
Travel Grant
The 17th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness
San Diego, California
Barbara-Wengeler-Stiftung

2012
Travel Grant
The 16th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness
Brighton, UK
Barbara-Wengeler-Stiftung

2009
Fellowship and Teaching Assistantship
Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition
National Yang Ming University

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