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Bechtel, William and Bollhagen, Andrew (2021) Active Biological Mechanisms: Transforming Energy into Motion in Molecular Motors. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William and Huang, Linus T. (2020) Decentering Cognition. [Preprint]

Huang, Linus Ta-Lun and Bechtel, William (2020) A Phylogenetic Perspective on Distributed Decision-Making Mechanisms. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2019) From Parts to Mechanisms: Research Heuristics for Addressing Heterogeneity in Cancer Genetics. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2018) The Importance of Constraints and Control in Biological Mechanisms: Insights from Cancer Research. [Preprint]

Green, Sara and Serban, Maria and Scholl, Raphael and Jones, Nicholaos and Brigandt, Ingo and Bechtel, William (2016) Network Analyses in Systems Biology: New Strategies for Dealing with Biological Complexity. [Preprint]

Sheredos, Benjamin and Bechtel, William (2016) Imagining Mechanisms with Diagrams. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2016) Diagrammatic reasoning. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2016) Enriching the Strategies for Creating Mechanistic Explanations in Biology. [Preprint]

Shagrir, Oron and Bechtel, William (2014) Marr’s Computational Level and Delineating Phenomena. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William and Shagrir, Oron (2014) The Non-­‐Redundant Contributions of Marr’s Three Levels of Analysis for Explaining Information Processing Mechanisms. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William and Abrahamsen, Adele (2013) Diagrams as Vehicles for Scientific Reasoning. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2013) Investigating Neural Representations: The Tale of Place Cells. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William and Abrahamsen, Adele (2012) Thinking Dynamically About Biological Mechanisms: Networks of Coupled Oscillators. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2012) Understanding Biological Mechanisms: Using Illustrations from Circadian Rhythm Research. [Preprint]

Bechtel, William (2012) From molecules to behavior and the clinic: Integration in Chronobiology. [Preprint]

Conference or Workshop Item

Bechtel, William (2021) Discovering control mechanisms: The controllers of dynein. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Sheredos, Benjamin and Bechtel, William (2016) Constructing diagrams to understand phenomena and mechanisms. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Levy, Arnon and Bechtel, William (2016) Towards Mechanism 2.0: Expanding the Scope of Mechanistic Explanation. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Sheredos, Benjamin and Burnston, Daniel and Abrahamsen, Adele and Bechtel, William (2012) Why do biologists use so many diagrams? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Published Article or Volume

Bechtel, William and Bich, Leonardo (2023) Organisms Need Mechanisms; Mechanisms Need Organisms. New Mechanism Explanation, Emergence and Reduction. pp. 85-108.

Bechtel, William and Bich, Leonardo (2023) Using neurons to maintain autonomy: Learning from C. elegans. BioSystems, 232. ISSN 0303-2647

Bich, Leonardo and Bechtel, William (2022) Control Mechanisms: Explaining the Integration and Versatility of Biological Organisms. Adaptive Behavior.

Bich, Leonardo and Bechtel, William (2022) Organization needs organization: Understanding integrated control in living organisms. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 93. pp. 96-106. ISSN 0039-3681

Bich, Leonardo and Bechtel, William (2021) Mechanism, autonomy and biological explanation. Biology & Philosophy, 36 (53). ISSN 1572-8404

Bechtel, William and Bich, Leonardo (2021) Grounding cognition: heterarchical control mechanisms in biology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 376 (1820). ISSN 0962-8436

Huang, Linus Ta-Lun and Bich, Leonardo and Bechtel, William (2021) Model Organisms for Studying Decision-Making: a Phylogenetically Expanded Perspective. Philosophy of Science. ISSN 1539-767X

Bechtel, William (2017) Analyzing network models to make discoveries about biological mechanisms. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.

Bechtel, William (2017) Explaining features of fine-grained phenomena using abstract analyses of phenomena and mechanisms: two examples from chronobiology. Synthese.

Bechtel, William (2017) Using the hierarchy of biological ontologies to identify mechanisms in flat networks. Biology and Philosophy.

Bechtel, William (2016) Mechanists must be holists too: Perspectives from Circadian Biology. Journal of the History of Biology.

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