Theoretical and Historical Papers

Leudar, I. and Browning, P.K. (1988). Meaning, Maxims of Communication and Language Games. Language and Communication, 8, 1, 1-16. [PDF]

Leudar, I (1991). Sociogenesis, Coordination and Mutualism. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 21, 197-220.  [PDF]

Antaki, C. and Leudar, I. (1992). From Attribution to Argumentation: the Case of Disappearing Discourse. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadien , 33 , 594-599.

Leudar, I. and Antaki, C. (1996). Discourse Participation, Reported Speech and Research Practices in Social Psychology. Theory and Psychology, 6, 5-29. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Antaki, C. (1996b). Backing Footing. Theory and Psychology, 6, 41-46. [PDF]

Costall, A. and Leudar, I. (1996). Situating Action I: Truth in Situation, Ecological Psychology8, 101-110. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Costall, A.  (1996). Situating Action IV: Planning as Situated Action, Ecological Psychology8, 153-170. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Antaki, C. (1997).  Participant status in social psychological research.  In Tomas Ibanez and Lupicinio Iniguez (eds.) Critical Social Psychology.  London: Sage pp. 273-290 [PDF]

Costall, A and Leudar, I. (1998). On how we can act. Theory and Psychology, 8, 165-171. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Sharrock, W. (1999). Multiplying the multiplicity: Are dissociative identity disorders ‘real’? British Journal of Psychology, 90, 451-455. [PDF]

Sharrock, W. and Leudar, I. (2002). Indeterminacy in the past. History of the Human Sciences. 15 , 95-115. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Sharrock, W. (2002). The cases of John Bunyan. Part 1: Taine and Royce. History and Psychiatry , 13 , 3, 247-265. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Sharrock, W. (2002). The cases of John Bunyan. Part 2: James and Janet. History and Psychiatry , 13 , 4, 401-417. [PDF]

Sharrock, W. and Leudar, I. (2003). Indeterminacy of the past. History of the Human Sciences. 16 , 2, 99-113.

Leudar, I. and Sharrock, W. (2003). Changing the past? History of the Human Sciences. 16 , 3, 105-121.

Leudar, I., Costal, A. and Francis, D. (2004). Theory of Mind Framework: Critical Analysis.  Theory and Psychology, 14, 571-578. 2004. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Costall, A. (2004). On the persistence of the ‘problem of other minds’ in Psychology: Chomsky, Grice and ‘Theory of mind’.  Theory and Psychology, 14, 601-621. [PDF]

Costal, A. and Leudar, I. (2004).  Theorizing the occult mind.  Theory and Psychology, 14, 623-646. [PDF]

Costall, A., Leudar, I. and Reddy, V. (2006). Failing to see the irony in ‘mind-reading’, Theory and Psychology, 16, 163-167. [PDF]

Costall, A. and Leudar, I. (2007). Getting over “the problem of other minds”: Communication in context. Infant Behavior and Development, 30, 289-295. [PDF]

Leudar, I. and Costall, A. (2008). Introduction:  Theory of mind, a critical assessment.  In Leudar, I. and Costall, A. (2008). Against Theory of Mind.  Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan. Pp. 1-18

Costall, A. and Leudar, I. (2008). The objectification of the subject. In Leudar, I. and Costall, A. (Eds.) (2008). Against Theory of Mind.  Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan. Pp. 39-55

Leudar, I. and Costall, A. (Eds.) (2008). On historical antecedents of ‘Theory of mind paradigm’. In Leudar, I. and Costall, A. (Eds.) (2008). Against Theory of Mind.  Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan. Pp. 19-38

Leudar, I. (2009). What can R.G. Collingwood do for psychology today? Ethnographic Studies, 11, 30-50. [PDF]

Jirí Nekvapil and Ivan Leudar (2010). Znovu k 11. 9. 2001: Jak se „dělá historie“ v politickém diskurzu. Czech Sociological Review, 2010, Vol. 46, No. 4: 187–210. [PDF]

Ivan Leudar and Jirí Nekvapil (2011). Practical historians and adversaries: 9/11 revisited. Discourse Society, 22, 66-85. [PDF]