Author M. Stapleton
Mog's research concerns 4EA approaches to cognition with a specific focus on interoception and the neurophysiological aspects of affect and embodied cognition.

Publications Found: 12 · Show All Abstracts

Stapleton M. (2013) Steps to a “properly embodied” cognitive science. Cognitive Systems Research 22–23: 1–11. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. (2015) A Dynamic Expedition through the Affective Landscape. Review of The Feeling Body: Affective Science meets the Enactive Mind by Giovanna Colombetti. Constructivist Foundations 10(2): 274–276. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. (2016) Enactivism Embraces Ecological Psychology. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 325–327. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. (2020) Enacting education. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences: online first. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. (2020) Putting autopoietic bodies under pressure. Adaptive Behavior 28(1): 45–46.
Stapleton M. (2021) Micro-phenomenological Measures and Mechanisms. Constructivist Foundations 16(2): 234–236. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. (2022) Beyond Acting-With: Places as Agents?. Constructivist Foundations 17(3): 201–202. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. (2022) Pain as the Performative Body. Constructivist Foundations 17(2): 156–158. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. & Froese T. (2015) Is collective agency a coherent idea? Considerations from the enactive theory of agency. In: Misselhorn C. (ed.) Collective agency and cooperation in natural and artificial systems. Springer, Cham: 219–236. Fulltext at
Stapleton M. & Froese T. (2016) The enactive philosophy of embodiment: From biological foundations of agency to the phenomenology of subjectivity. In: García-Valdecasas M., Murillo M. & Barrett N. (eds.) Biology and subjectivity: Philosophical contributions to a non-reductive neuroscience. Springer, Dordrecht: 113–129. Fulltext at
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