Author A. Schiavio
Andrea Schiavio
is currently a PhD student in Music Psychology at the University of Sheffield, having graduated in philosophy of science and in musicology from the University of Milan. His research is on the phenomenological and developmental implications of the embodied and enactive approaches to human musicality, in light of the mirror mechanism’s theory of action understanding.

Publications Found: 7 · Show All Abstracts

Matyja J. R. & Schiavio A. (2013) Enactive Music Cognition: Background and Research Themes. Constructivist Foundations 8(3): 351-357. Fulltext at
Menin D. & Schiavio A. (2012) Rethinking musical affordances. Avant 2: 202–215. Fulltext at
Schiavio A. (2016) Enactive affordances and the interplay of biological and phenomenological subjectivity. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 315–317. Fulltext at
Schiavio A. & Høffding S. (2015) Playing together without communicating? A pre-reflective and enactive account of joint musical performance. Musicae Scientiae 19(4): 366–388. Fulltext at
Schiavio A. & van der Schyff D. (2018) 4E music pedagogy and the principles of self-organization. Behavioral Sciences 8(8): 72. Fulltext at
van der Schyff D. & Schiavio A. (2017) Evolutionary musicology meets embodied cognition: Biocultural coevolution and the enactive origins of human musicality. Frontiers in Neuroscience 11: 519. Fulltext at
van der Schyff D., Schiavio A., Walton A., Velardo V. & Chemero A. (2018) Musical creativity and the embodied mind: Exploring the possibilities of 4E cognition and dynamical systems theory. Music & Science 1: 20 September 2018. Fulltext at
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