BA (Hons) (Laval University)
MA (Laval University)
PhD (Laval University)
- PSYC 2283 Theories of Personality
- PSYC 4401 Social Cognition
- PSYC 4404 The Self
- Self-Awareness; Self-Recognition; Theory of Mind; Fame; Self-Awareness and Self-Destruction; Development of Self-Consciousness; Neurophilosophy / Mind-Brain Problem
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Morin, A. (2017). Toward a glossary of self-related terms. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 280. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00280
Morin, A. (2016). The 'self-awareness&mdash:anosognosia" paradox explained: How one process can be associated with activation of, and damage to, opposite sides of the brain. Laterally: Asymmetries of Body, Brain & Cognition (Vol. DOI: 10.1080/135765X.2016.1173049).
Morin, A., Runyan, J.D., & Brinthaupt, T.M. (2015). Editorial: Inner Experiences: Theory, Measurement, Frequency, Content, and Functions. Front. Psychol. 6:1758. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01758
Racy, F., & Morin, A. (2015). Special issue on self and social cognition: Editorial. Behavioural Sciences Undergraduate Journal, 2(1), 2-3.
Morin, A. & Uttl, B. (2013). Inner speech: A window into consciousness. The Neuropsychotherapist, doi: 10.12744/tnpt.14.04.2013.01
Morin, A., & Hamper, B. (2012). Self-reflection and the inner voice: Activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus during perceptual and conceptual self-referential thinking. The Open NeuroImaging Journal, 6, 78-89.
Morin, A. (2011). Self-awareness Part 1: Definitions, measures, effects, function, and antecedents. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 5/10 (2011): 807–823.
Morin, A. (2010). Self-recognition, Theory-of-Mind, and self-awareness: What side are you on? Laterality, 16(3), 367-383.
Morin, A. (2009). Self-awareness deficits following loss of inner speech: Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor’s case study. Consciousness and Cognition, 18(2), 524-529.
Morin, A. & Michaud, J. (2007). Self-awareness and the left inferior frontal gyrus: Inner speech use during in self-related processing. Brain Research Bulletin, 74(6), 387-396.
Morin, A. (2007). Self-awareness and the left hemisphere: The dark side of selectively reviewing the literature (Commentary on Keenan et al., Cortex, 2005). Cortex, 8, 1068-1073.
Morin, A. (2006). Levels of consciousness and self-awareness: A comparison and integration of various neurocognitive views. Consciousness and Cognition, 15(2), 358-371.
Morin, A. (2005) Possible links between self-awareness and inner speech: Theoretical background, underlying mechanisms, and empirical evidence. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 12(4-5), 115-134.
Morin, A. (2004). A neurocognitive and socioecological model of self-awareness. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 130(3), 197-222.
Morin, A. (2012). Inner speech. Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, Second Edition. W. Hirstein (Ed.), Elsevier.
Morin, A. (2009). Inner speech and consciousness.Encyclopedia of Consciousness. W. Banks (Ed.), Elsevier.
Morin, A. (2006). Self-recognition. Invited paper for the 2006 Encyclopedia of Science & Technology (McGraw-Hill).
Morin, A. The self-reflective function of inner speech: Twelve years later. In. P. Langland-Hassan, & A. Vicente, Eds., Inner Speech Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. In press.
Morin, A., El-Sayed, A., & Racy, F. (2015). Theory of Mind, self-awareness and inner speech in typical and ASD individuals: A critical review, in Theory of Mind: Development in Children, Brain Mechanisms and Social Implications (43-114). Nova Publishers.
Morin, A. (2012). What are animals conscious of? In J. Smith, R.W. Mitchell, & M.S. Schneider (Eds.), Minds of Animals, Columbia Press.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Duhnych, C., Racy, F., Morin, A., & Patton, J. (2017) “Measuring inner speech using improved Thought Listing and coding procedures”. Poster presented at the International Conference on Psychology and Behavioural Sciences (ICPBS), Lisbon, Portugal. (Role: Co-Author)
Racy, F., Duhnych, C., Morin, A., & Patton, J. (2017) “Correlations between several self-related constructs”. Poster presented at the International Conference on Psychology and Behavioural Sciences (ICPBS), Lisbon, Portugal. (Role: Co-Author)
Morin, A. (2016). The "self-awareness - anosognosia" paradox explained. The Scientific Study of Consciousness conference, Tucson, AZ, USA. (Role: Presenter)
Morin, A. (2016). Inner Experiences: An overview of the process of editing/publishing 15 research papers on this topic for Frontiers in Cognitive Science. Research16 MRU Psychology Symposium, Calgary, AB, Canada. (Role: Presenter)
Morin A. (2015). The self-reflective function of inner speech. Inner speech: Theories and models, Granada, Spain.
Morin, A., & Clements, L. (2015). Toward a glossary of self-related terms. BASICS, Banff, AB, Canada. (Role: Co-Author).
Uttl, B., White, C., Morin, A., Wong Gonzalez, D., & Mathison, K. (2014). Prospective memory, personality, and psychopathology. 4th International Conference on Prospective Memory, Naples, Italy. (Role: Co-Author)
Sovalson, K., Morin, A., Uttl, B. (2014). Age-related differences in inner speech. BASICS, Banff, AB, Canada. (Role: Co-Author)
Uttl, B., White, C.A., & Morin, A. (2013). The numbers tell it all: Students do not like numbers! CSBBCS Conference, Calgary, AB, Canada. (Role: Co-Author)
Morin, A. (2013). Activation of the Left Frontal Gyrus During Self-referential Thinking. International Neuropsychology Society 41st Annual Meeting, Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA. (Role: Presenter)
Uttl, B., Morin, A., Faulds, T., Hall, T., & Wilson, J. (2012). Sampling inner speech using text messaging. CSBBCS Conference, Kingston, ON, Canada. (Role: Co-Author)
Morin, A., Uttl, B., & Hamper, B. (2011). Self-reported frequency, content, and functions of inner speech. The Psychonomic Society Conference, Seattle, WA, USA. (Role: Presenter)