—Phillips, et al., “Patterns of Attention and Memory in Jane Austen: Literary Neuroscience, Intellectual History, and the Importance of Individual Difference,” Jane Austen and the Sciences of Mind, ed. Beth Lau, Routledge, 2017.*
* This essay was contracted as a co-authored piece to highlight interdisciplinary student work
—Phillips,N. Distraction: Problems of Attention in Eighteenth-Century Literature. Johns Hopkins UP, in print, Sept. 1 2016.
—Phillips, N. “Literary Neuroscience and the History of Attention.” The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies. Ed. Lisa Zunshine. Oxford UP, 2015.
—Phillips, N. & Rachman, S. “Literature, Neuroscience, and Digital Humanities.” Between Humanities and the Digital. Ed. T. Goldberg & P. Svensson. MIT P, 2015.
—Phillips, N. “The Art of Attention: Rhythms of Focus in Eighteenth-Century Poetry and the Novel.” Eighteenth-Century Poetry and the Rise of the Novel Reconsidered. Ed. Courtney W. Smith and Kate Parker. Bucknell UP, 2013.
—Phillips, N. “Distraction as Liveliness of Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Characterization in Jane Austen.” Theory of Mind and Literature. Purdue UP, 2010.