1. de Vignemont, F. (2018). Mind the body. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. de Vignemont, F. and Alsmith, A. (Eds). The body and the self, revisited. Cambridge (Mass.): the MIT Press. 2017.


  1. de Vignemont, F. (2017). Pain and touch. The Monist.
  2. Makin, T., de Vignemont, F., Faisal, A. (2017). Embodying Technology: Neurocognitive considerations for engineering augmentation technology. Nature biomedical engineering, 1
  3. Gouzien, A. de Vignemont, F., Touillet, A., De Graaf, J., Jarrasse, N. and Roby-Brami, A. (2017).  Reachability and the sense of embodiment in amputees using prostheses. Scientific reports, 10;7(1):4999.
  4. Pitron, V. and de Vignemont, F. (2017). Beyond differences between the body schema and the body image: insights from body hallucinations. Consciousness and Cognition, 53:115-121.
  5. de Vignemont, F. and Jacob, P. (2016). Beyond empathy for pain. Philosophy of Science 83:3, 434-445.
  6. de Vignemont, F. (2015). Pain and bodily care: Whose body matters? Australasian Journal of Philosophy 93(3), 542-560. 
  7. de Vignemont, F. and Iannetti, G. (2015). How many peripersonal spaces? Neuropsychologia. 70:327-34. 
  8. de Vignemont, F. (2014). A multimodal conception of bodily awareness. Mind, 123 (492): 989-1020.
  9.  de Vignemont, F. (2014). Shared body representations and the "Whose" system. Neuropsychologia, 55, 128-136.
  10. de Vignemont, F. (2013). The mark of bodily ownership. Analysis. 73 (4): 643-651.
  11. Alsmith, A. & de Vignemont, F. (2012).  Embodying the mind & representing the body. In A. Alsmith, & de F. de Vignemont (eds), The body represented/Embodied representation. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, Special issue, 3 (1).
  12.  de Vignemont, F. and Jacob, P. (2012), What it’s like to feel another’s pain. Philosophy of Science, 79, 2, 295-316.
  13. Folegatti, A., Farnè, A., de Vignemont, F.,  (2012), The Rubber Hand Illusion: Two's a company but three's a crowd. Consciousness and Cognition, 21, 799-812.
  14. de Vignemont, F. (2011), A mosquito bite against the enactive view to bodily experiences. Journal of Philosophy, CVIII, 4, 188-204.
  15. de Vignemont, F. (2011), Embodiment, ownership and disownership. Consciousness and Cognition.
  16. de Vignemont, F. (2011), A self for the body. Metaphilosophy, 20, 3, 230-247.
  17. de Vignemont, F. and Farnè, A. (2010), Widening the body to rubber hands and tools: what's the difference? Revue de Neuropsychologie, Neurosciences Cognitives, 2(3): 203-211.
  18. de Vignemont, F. (2010), Body schema and body image: pros and cons. Neuropsychologia, 48(3), 669-80.
  19. Kammers, M.P., de Vignemont, F., Haggard P. (2010). Cooling the Thermal Grill Illusion through Self-Touch. Current Biology, 20(20): 1819-22.
  20.  Kammers, M., Mulder, J., de Vignemont, F., Dijkerman, H.C. (2009), The weight of representing the body: A dynamic approach to investigating multiple body representations in healthy individuals. Experimental Brain Research, 204(3), 333-42.
  21. Folegatti, A., de Vignemont, F., Pavani, F. Rossetti, Y., Farnè, A. (2009), Losing one’s hand: Visual-Proprioceptive Conflict Affects Touch perception. PLOS One, 4(9).
  22. Goldman, A.I. and de Vignemont, F. (2009), Is social cognition embodied? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13(4):154-9.
  23. de Vignemont, F. (2009), Drawing the boundary between low-level and high-level mindreading. Philosophical studies, 13(4), 457-466.
  24. de Vignemont, F. (2009), Bodily spatial content. Psyche ,15(1)
  25. Kammers, M., de Vignemont, F., Verhagen, L., Dijkerman, H.C. (2009), The Rubber Hand Illusion in Action. Neuropsychologia, 47(1):204-11
  26.  de Vignemont, F., Majid, A., Jolla, C., Haggard, P. (2009). Segmenting the Body into Parts: Evidence from Biases in Tactile Perception. Quaterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(3):500-12
  27.  Kammers, M., Verhagen, L., Dijkerman, H.C., Hogendoorn, H., de Vignemont, F., Schutter,  D.J.L.G. (2008), Is this hand for real? Attenuation of the rubber hand illusion by transcranial magnetic stimulation over the inferior parietal lobule. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
  28. de Vignemont, F. and Haggard, P. (2008), Action Observation and Execution: What is Shared? Social Neuroscience, 3(3), 421-33.
  29. Serino, A., Giovagnoli, G., de Vignemont, F., Haggard, P. (2008) Spatial organisation in passive tactile perception: Is there a tactile field? Acta Psychol (Amst). 128(2), 355-60.
  30.  de Vignemont, F. (2008), Frames of reference in social cognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61 (1), 90-100.
  31. de Vignemont, F. (2007), How many representations of the body? Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 30(2), 204-5.
  32. de Vignemont, F. (2007), Habeas Corpus: the sense of ownership of one’s own body. Mind and Language, 22, 4, 447-449.
  33. de Vignemont, F. and Singer, T. (2006), The empathic brain – When and Why. Trends in Cognitive Science, 10(10):435-41.
  34. de Vignemont, F. (2006), Brainreading perceptual experiences: a challenge for first-person authority. Anthropology and philosophy, 7, 151-162.
  35. de Vignemont, F. , Zalla, T., Posada, A., Louvegnez, A., Koenig, O., Georgieff, N., Franck, N. (2006), Mental rotation in schizophrenia. Consciousness and Cognition, 15(2):295-309.
  36.  de Vignemont, F. (2006), L’hystérie : ne plus pouvoir vouloir, ne plus vouloir pouvoir. Philosophiques, 33, 1, 197-216.
  37. de Vignemont, F., Erhsson, H., Haggard, P. (2005), Bodily illusions modulate tactile perception. Current Biology. 15(14):1286-90.
  38. Frith, U. and de Vignemont, F (2005), Egocentrism, Allocentrism and Asperger syndrome. Consciousness and Cognition, 14(4), 719-38.
  39.  de Vignemont, F. (2004), The co-consciousness hypothesis: from mirror neurons to empathy. Phenomenology and cognitive sciences. I3, 97-114.
  40. de Vignemont, F. and Fourneret, P. (2004), The sense of agency: a philosophical and empirical review of the “Who” system. Consciousness and Cognition. 13(1),1-19.
  41. de Vignemont, F. (2003), Ghost Buster: The Reality of one’s own Body. Theoria et Historia Scientiarum: International Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies, 7(1), 119-138.
  42. Fourneret, P., de Vignemont, F., Franck, N., Slachevsky, A., Dubois, B. et Jeannerod, M. (2002), Perception of self-generated movement in schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 7 (2), 139–156.
  43.  Zalla, T. and de Vignemont, F. (2001), Conscience et monitoring de source. Apport de la neuropsychologie et de la psychopathologie. Intellectica, 31.

Book chapters 

  1. de Vignemont, F. (forthcoming), The phenomenology of bodily ownership. In M. Guillot and M. Garcia-Carpintero, The sense of mineness. Oxford University Press.
  2. de Vignemont, F. (forthcoming), Was Descartes right after all? An affective background for bodily awareness. In H. de Preester and M. Tsakiris, The Interoceptive Basis of the Mind: from homeostasis to awareness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  3. de Vignemont, F. (forthcoming), Against phenomenal parsimony: a plea for bodily feelings. In A. Goldman and B. McLaughlin (eds), Metaphysics and cognitive science. Oxford University Press. 
  4. Massin, O. and de Vignemont, F. (forthcoming), Unless I put my hand into his side, I will not believe. In The Rational Role of Perceptual Experience: Beyond Vision, edited by D. Gatzia & B. Broogard, Oxford University Press.
  5. de Vignemont, F. (forthcoming), The first-person in pain. In D. Bain and M. Brady (eds), Pain, Oxford University Press.
  6. de Vignemont, F. (2018). The extended body hypothesis. In Oxford handbook of 4E cognition, edited by A. Newen, L. de Bruin, S. Gallagher, Oxford University Vignemont, F. (2017), Agency and bodily ownership: The Bodyguard hypothesis. In The subject’s matter, edited by F. de Vignemont and A. Alsmith, The MIT Press.
  7. de Vignemont, F. (2017), Can I see your pain? An evaluativist model of pain perception. In Routledge handbook of philosophy of pain, edited by Jennifer Corns, Routledge. 
  8. de Vignemont, F. (2017). Mirror-tactile synaesthesia: intermodal or intersubjective fusion? In Sensory blending: new essays on synaesthesia, edited by O. Deroy. Oxford University Press. 
  9. Jacob, P. and de Vignemont, F. (2017). Vicarious experiences: perception, mirroring or imagination? In Routledge handbook of the social mind, edited by Julian Kiverstein. 
  10. de Vignemont, F. (2016), Pain and the spatial boundaries of the bodily self. In L. Garcia-Larrea (ed), Pain and the conscious brain, IASP
  11. de Vignemont, F. and Mercier, H. (2016). Under influence: is alter centric bias compatible with Simulation theory? In Alvin Goldman and his Critics, edited by H. Kornblith & B. McLaughlin, Blackwell.
  12. de Vignemont, F. (2016). Bodily experiences and bodily affordances. In Foundations of embodied cognition, edited by Y. Coello and M.H. Fisher, Psychology Press.
  13. de Vignemont, F. & Massin, O. (2015). Touch. In M. Matthen (ed), Oxford Handbook of philosophy of perception, OUP
  14. de Vignemont, F. (2014). Multimodal unity and multimodal binding. In Sensory integration and the unity of consciousness, edited by C. Hill and D. Bennett. MIT Press.
  15. de Vignemont, F. (2014). Acting for bodily awareness. In Routledge handbook of embodied cognition, edited by L. Shapiro. Routledge.
  16. Alsmith, A. & de Vignemont, F. (eds) (2012). The body represented/Embodied representation. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, Special issue, 3 (1).
  17. de Vignemont, F. (2012). Bodily immunity to error. In F. Recanati and S. Prosser (eds), Immunity to error through misidentification. Cambridge University Press.
  18. Jacob, P. and de Vignemont, F. (2010). Spatial coordinates and phenomenology in the two-visual systems model. In N. Gangopadhyay, M. Madary, and F. Spicer (eds), Perception, Action and Consciousness, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 125-144.
  19. de Vignemont, F. (2010), Knowing other people’s mental states as if they were one’s own. In D. Schmicking and S. Gallagher (eds), Handbook of Phenomenology and Cognitive Science, Springer, p. 283-299.
  20. de Vignemont, F. (2008), Affective mirroring: Emotional Contagion or Empathy? In de S. Nolen-Hoeksema & B. Fredrickson (eds), Atkinson and Hilgard Introduction to Psychology.
  21. de Vignemont, F. (2008), Hysterical conversion: the reverse of anosognosia? In T. Bayne and J. Fernandez (eds), Delusions and Self-Deception: Affective Influences on Belief- Formation. Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.
  22. de Vignemont, F. and Frith, U. (2007), Autism, morality and empathy. In Moral Psychology volume 3: The Neuroscience of Morality: Emotion, Disease, and Development, edited by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 273-280.
  23. van Geen, C & de Vignemont, F. (eds) (2007), The structure of nonconceptual content. European Review of Philosophy, 6.
  24. de Vignemont, F. (2006), When do we empathize. In Empathy and fairness, edited by Chris Frith. Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 181-196.
  25. de Vignemont, F., Tsakiris, M., Haggard, P.  (2005), Body mereology. In Human Body Perception from the Inside Out, edited by G. Knoblich, I.M. Thornton, M. Grosjean, M. Shiffrar. New York: Oxford University Press, 147-170.
  26. de Vignemont, F. (2004), The marginal body. In Gurwitsch’s relevance for cognitive science, edited by Lester Embree, Kluwer Academic Publishers.


Encyclopedia entry

1.   de Vignemont, F. (2015). Bodily awareness. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

2.   de Vignemont, F. (2009), The sense of touch. In Oxford companion to consciousness, edited by Timothy Bayne, Axel Cleeremans, and Patrick Wilken. Oxford University Press

3.  de Vignemont, F. (2006), Le cerveau. In Dictionnaire du corps, Presses Universitaires de France, pp. 173-177.