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Kristian Møller Moltke Martiny
Center for Subjectivity Research, Njalsgade 140-142, 2300 Copenhagen, Building: 25.5.17
Primary fields of research
Phenomenology, Embodied Cognitive Science, Cognitive Neuroscience, Open Science
Fields of interest
Open Cognitive Science: how cognitive science is (can be) relevant for, and contribute to, other academic disciplines and non-academic areas.
- Developing the use of phenomenological interviews (2nd person method) to understand exceptional cases of embodiment.
- Questioning neurological, computational and predictive models for explaining 'motor control' by focus on Cerebral Palsy as a case study.
- Studying the role of bodily self-consciousness in social understanding by looking at people with Cerebral Palsy (CP).
- Applying research from phenomenology and embodied cognitive science to the development of habilitation strategies and technologies for brain damage, primarily Cerebral Palsy.