Kengo Miyazono is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Hokkaido University. Lisa Bortolotti is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham.
'This textbook is up to date, well organized, full of useful resources and, most of all, really engaging. The sections on mental disorders and neurodivergence, written by two of the world's leading philosophical experts on those topics, are especially fascinating. I'm excited to use this book to teach my own class on philosophical psychology!' Aaron Meskin, University of Georgia 'Philosophy of Psychology combines lucid, scrupulous and insightful synthesis of relevant empirical studies with a philosophical discussion that strikes the perfect balance between exposition and argument. An essential resource for students and researchers alike.' Philip Gerrans, University of Adelaide 'How are delusions formed? Is altruism possible? Are we free agents? These are just some of the questions Miyazono and Bortolotti explore in this fascinating volume, which brims with intriguing empirical findings and careful, incisive analyses of the philosophical issues.' Ryan McKay, Royal Holloway, University of London