Author S. de Haan
Sanneke de Haan is Socrates Professor of Psychiatry and Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam, and senior researcher at Tilburg University. Her main research interests are in philosophy of psychiatry, enactivism, phenomenology, and qualitative research methods. She is currently conducting a study on the experience of self-illness and self-medication ambiguity for patients with recurring depression and is developing a relational notion of authenticity. Her book on Enactive Psychiatry was published in 2020 by Cambridge University Press.

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de Bruin L. & de Haan S. (2009) Enactivism & social cognition: In search of the whole story. Cognitive Semiotics 4(1): 225–250. Fulltext at
de Haan S. (2017) The existential dimension in psychiatry: An enactive framework. Mental Health. Religion and Culture 20(6): 528–535. Fulltext at
de Haan S. (2021) Bio-psycho-social interaction: An enactive perspective. International Review of Psychiatry 33(5): 471–477. Fulltext at
de Haan S. (2022) Book Author’s Response: Continuity, not Conservatism: Why We Can Be Existential and Enactive. Constructivist Foundations 17(2): 173–178. Fulltext at
De Haan S. & Fuchs T. (2010) The ghost in the machine: disembodiment in schizophrenia (two case studies). Psychopathology 43(5): 327–333. Fulltext at
De Haan S., Rietveld E. & Denys D. (2015) Being free by losing control: What obsessive-compulsive disorder can tell us about free will. In: Glannon W. (ed.) Free Will and the Brain: Neuroscientific, Philosophical, and Legal Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 83–102. Fulltext at
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