Books and book chapters
Fine C (forthcoming). Neurosexism: From scanner to sound bite to psyche. To appear in, The Sage handbook of psychology and gender. Edited by MK Ryan & NR Branscombe. Sage.
Grossi G & Fine C (2012). "The role of fetal testosterone in the development of "the essential difference" between the sexes: Some essential issues." In R Bluhm, A Jacobsen and H Maibom (Eds), Neurofeminism: Issues at the Intersection of Feminist Theory and Cognitive Neuroscience. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Fine C (2012). "Messages, minds and mental contamination: What does cognitive science tell us? In W Warburton & D Braunstein (Eds), Growing up Fast and Furious. Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
Fine C (2010). "Delusions of Gender: How our minds, society and neurosexism create difference." (New York: WW Norton).
Kennett J & Fine C (2007). "Internalism and the evidence from psychopaths and 'acquired sociopathy'." In 'Vol 3, The Neuroscience of Morality: Emotion, Disease and Development. Ed. W. Sinnott-Armstrong. (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press).
Kennett J & Fine C (2007). "Could there be an empirical test for internalism?" In 'Vol 3, The Neuroscience of Morality: Emotion, Disease and Development. Ed. W. Sinnott-Armstrong. (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press).
Fine C (2006). "A Mind of Its Own: How your brain distorts and deceives." (New York: WW Norton).
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Fine C (conditional acceptance). Is there neurosexism in functional neuroimaging investigations of sex differences? Neuroethics.
Fine C (2012). Explaining, or sustaining, the status quo? The potentially self-fulfilling effects of 'hardwired' accounts of sex differences. Neuroethics.
Fine C (2010). From scanner to soundbite: Issues in interpreting and reporting sex differences in the brain. Current Directions in Psychological Science 19: 280-283.
Kennett J & Fine C (2009). Will the real moral judgment please stand up? Ethical Theory & Moral Practice 12: 77-96.
Nairn A & Fine C (2008). Not seeing the wood for the imaginary trees. Or, who's messing with my article? A response to Ambler. International Journal of Advertising 27(5): 896-908.
Nairn A & Fine C (2008) Who's messing with my mind? The implications of dual processing models for the ethics of marketing to children. International Journal of Marketing 27(3): 447-470.
Fine C (2008). Will working mothers' brains explode? The popular new genre of neurosexism. Neuroethics 1 (1): 69-72.
Fine C, Gardner M, Craigie J & Gold I (2007). Hopping, skipping or jumping to conclusions? Clarifying the role of the JTC bias in delusions. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 12(1): 46-77.
Fine C (2007). Vulnerable minds? The consumer unconscious and the ethics of marketing to children. Res Publica.16 (1): 14-18.
Fine C. (2006). Is the emotional dog wagging the rational tail or chasing it? Unleashing reason in Haidt's social intuitionist model of moral judgment. Philosophical Explorations 9(1): 83-98.
Book review and encyclopedia entry
Fine I, Fine C & Fine K. (2009). 'Blindness, recovery from.' The Oxford Companion to Consciousness Encyclopedia. Edited by T Bayne, A Cleeremans & P Wilken. Oxford University Press.
Fine C (2005). Review of JT Cacioppo & GG Bernston (2004), Essays in Social Neuroscience. Psyche 11(2).