Jelle Bruineberg

Jelle Bruineberg

Tenure Track Assistant Professor

I am a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Cognition and Communication, affiliated with the Center for Subjectivity Research.

I am generally interested in embodied cognitive science (in most of its varieties) as well as the science, philosophy and phenomenology of attention. In the past I have worked on the philosophical commitments of predictive-processing theories and the free energy principle.

Current research

I am currently mainly interested in attention, and the ways digital technologies mediate the way we are able to attend. I use insights from ecological and enactive cognitive science, predictive processing theories as well as phenomenology to develop an integrative account of attention. 


  • Introduction to Cognitive Science, Fall 2023.

I am able to supervise students in areas mentioned above.

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