Author C. Baerveldt

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Biography:
Cor Baerveldt is a cultural psychologist and Associate Professor at the University of Alberta. His work is concerned with the historical and philosophical foundations of cultural psychology and focuses on enactivism and the stylistic aspects of self and emotion.

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Baerveldt C. & Verheggen T. (1999) Enactivism and the experiential reality of culture: Rethinking the epistemological basis of cultural psychology. Culture & Psychology 5(2): 183–206. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2414
Baerveldt C. & Verheggen T. (2012) Enactivism. In: Valsiner J. (ed.) Oxford handbook of culture and psychology. Oxford University Press, New York: 165–190. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/479
Baerveldt C., Verheggen T. & Voestermans P. (2001) Human experience and the enigma of culture: Towards an enactive account of cultural practice. In: Morss J. R., Stepehnson N. & Van Rappard H. (eds.) Theoretical issues in psychology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell MA: 49–58. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5678
Verheggen T. & Baerveldt C. (2007) We don’t share! The social representation approach, enactivism and the ground for an intrinsically social Psychology. Culture & Psychology 13(1): 5–27.
Verheggen T. & Baerveldt C. (2012) Mixed up perspectives: Reply to Chryssides et al. and Daanen and their critique of enactive cultural psychology. Culture & Psychology 18(2): 272–284.
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