CV and Research

My research focuses on issues in the philosophy of social science, epistemology, philosophy of mind, and their intersection. I investigate various complementary dimensions of epistemic value in the context of social scientific research: what makes a person a good researcher, a group of people a good scientific collective, an epistemic system a good scientific community, a research procedure a good empirical study, and how all these different dimensions come together for epistemically successful social science. I research in particular on how the social nature of scientific inquiry can best be utilized to the advancement of scientific knowledge in the domain of quantitative social sciences.


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
  • Uygun Tunç, D. (2022). We Should Redefine Scientific Expertise: An Extended Virtue Account. European Journal of Philosophy of Science, 12, Article 71. DOI: Full Text
  • Uygun Tunç, D., Tunç, M. N., & Eper B. (2022). Is Open Science Neoliberal? (in press in Perspectives on Psychological Science) Preprint
  • Uygun Tunç, D., & Tunç, M. N. (2022). A Falsificationist Treatment of Auxiliary Hypotheses in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Systematic Replications Framework (in press in Meta-Psychology) Preprint
  • Lakens, D., Uygun Tunç, D., & Tunç, M. N. (2022). There is no generalizability crisis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 45, E25. doi:10.1017/S0140525X21000340 Preprint
  • Uygun Tunç, D. (2019). Symbolically Mediated Interaction and Perspective Taking. Avant, X (3) [Special Issue: Social Cognition]. DOI: 10.26913/avant.2019.03.28 Full-Text
  • Uygun Tunç, D. (2019). Transformative Communication as Semiotic Scaffolding of Cognitive Development. The American Journal of Semiotics, 35(1–2), 117–154. DOI: 10.5840/ajs201971753 Full-Text
  • Uygun Tunç, D. (2017). Aristoteles’in Hilomorfizminin Mirası Olarak Diyadik Metodoloji [Aristotle’s Dyadic Methodology of as the Living Legacy of Hylomorphism]. Kutadgubilig Felsefe-Bilim Araştırmaları Dergisi, 34
  • Uygun Tunç, D. (2016). A New Ground for Analogy: An Epistemo-Ontological Study of Systemic Principles. Systema, 4(2): 20-28. URL: Full-Text
Selected Work-in-Progress
  • The Subject of Knowledge in Collaborative Science (under review in Synthese) Preprint
  • (with M. N. Tunç and D. Lakens) The Epistemic and Pragmatic Function of Dichotomous Claims Based on Statistical Hypothesis Tests (under review in Theory & Psychology) Preprint
  • (with D. Pritchard) Collective Epistemic Vice in Science: Lessons from the Credibility Crisis (under review in Synthese) Preprint
  • We Need a Copernican Revolution in Modeling Scientific Expertise (under review in Social Psychology Bulletin)

Contact: duygu[dot]uygun[at]outlook[dot]com