In this sixth episode of the bodymindself™ podcast psychologist and cognitive scientist John Francis Leader (JFL) meets cognitive science researcher Abeba Birhane (Twitter, Blog) to discuss the topics of relational & interdisciplinary thinking.

The bodymindself™ podcast, newly launched in 2017, is an ongoing series of conversations between JFL and others on the topics of applied psychology and cognitive science, experiential learning, perception, virtual and mixed reality, embodiment, mental processes and identification.

The aim of the series is to include the voices of people from very diverse backgrounds, ranging from academia to those working on the frontline in applied fields, with the hope of gaining an even greater systematic understanding of the topics being explored. All references and views expressed are those of the person who expressed them and not necessarily those of JFL.

Your comments, shares, likes and dislikes are very welcome and will help guide future discussions. To stay up to date follow on Twitter, subscribe on SoundCloud or iTunes and visit jfl.com

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References

  1. UCD Cognitive Science Programme
  2. The cruel and unusual phenomenology of solitary confinement,Gallagher
  3. Psychology and the American ideal, Sampson
  4. Victor of Aveyron
  5. Noam Chomsky
  6. Ludwig Wittgenstein
  7. Lev Vygotsky
  8. Maria Montessori
  9. UCD School of Computer Science
  10. Insight Centre for Data Analytics
  11. The Extended Mind, Andy Clark & David Chalmers
  12. Abeba Birhane’s Blog
  13. Abeba Birhane on Twitter

Your comments, shares, likes and dislikes are very welcome and will help guide future discussions. To stay up to date follow on Twitter, subscribe on SoundCloud or iTunes and visit jfl.com

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