Approach «Neurophenomenology»

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Gallagher S. (1997) Mutual enlightenment: Recent phenomenology in cognitive science. Journal of Consciousness Studies 4(3): 195–214. Fulltext at
Gallagher S. (2004) Understanding interpersonal problems in autism: interaction theory as an alternative to theory of mind. Philosophy. Psychiatry & Psychology 11(3): 199–217. Fulltext at
Gallagher S. (2007) Neurophilosophy and neurophenomenology. In: Embree L. & Nenon T. (eds.) Phenomenology 2005. Volume 5. Zeta Press, Bucharest: 293–316. Fulltext at
Gallagher S. (2012) On the possibility of naturalizing phenomenology. In: Zahavi D. (ed.) The Oxford handbook of contemporary phenomenology. Oxford University Press, Oxford: 70–93. Fulltext at
Høffding S. & Martiny K. M. (2016) Framing a phenomenological interview: What, why, and how. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 15: 539–564. Fulltext at
Keijzer F. A. (2000) Modeling human experience? ! Philosophical Psychology 13(2): 239–245. Fulltext at
Kordeš U. (2015) A better metaphor for understanding consciousness? Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 13(4): 525–533. Fulltext at
Kordeš U. & Klauser F. (2016) Second-person in-depth phenomenological inquiry as an approach for studying enaction of beliefs. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 14(4): 369–377. Fulltext at
Lloyd D. (2013) The Music of Consciousness: Can Musical Form Harmonize Phenomenology and the Brain? Constructivist Foundations 8(3): 324-331. Fulltext at
McInerney R. G. (2013) Neurophenomenological praxis: Its applications to learning and pedagogy. In: Gordon S. (ed.) Neurophenomenology and its applications to psychology. Springer, New York: 25–60. Fulltext at
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