Key word "4e cognition"

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Barrett L. (2016) Why brains are not computers, why behaviorism is not satanism, and why dolphins are not aquatic apes. The Behavior Analyst 39(1): 9–23. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5060
Barrett L. (2019) Enactivism, pragmatism…behaviorism?. Philosophical Studies 176: 807–818. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6971
Blair R. (2019) 4E cognition for directing: Thornton Wilder’s Our Town and Caryl Churchill’s Light Shining in Buckinghamshire. In: Kemp R. & McConachie B. (eds.) Routledge companion to theatre, performance and cognitive science. Routledge, Oxon: 91–99. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6714
Carney J. (2020) Thinking avant la lettre: A Review of 4E Cognition. Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture 4(1): 77–90. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/7884
Christ O., Sambasivam M., Roos A. & Zahn C. (2021) Learning in immersive virtual reality: How does the 4E cognition approach fit in virtual didactic settings. In: Ahram T. & Taiar R. (eds.) Human interaction, emerging technologies and future systems V (IHIET 2021). Springer, Cham: 790–796.
Dierckxsens G. & Bergmann L. T. (2022) Enactive ethics and hermeneutics: From bodily normativity to critical ethics. Topoi 41(2): 299–312. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/7694
Fiebich A. (2019) Second workshop on enactive approaches to mind in health and disease. Adaptive Behavior 27(3): 181–182.
Gonzalez-Grandón X. & Froese T. (2018) Grounding 4E cognition in Mexico: Introduction to special issue on spotlight on 4E Cognition research in Mexico. Adaptive Behavior 26(5): 189–198. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5562
Kersten L., Dewhurst J. & Deane G. (2017) Resolving two tensions in 4E cognition using wide computationalism. In: Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin TX: 2395–2400. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5683
Mangen A. & Pirhonen A. (2022) Reading, writing, technology, and embodiment. In: Macrine S. L. & Fugate J. M. B. (eds.) Movement matters: How embodied cognition informs teaching and learning. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 103–118. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/7993
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