Fenomenologia a eksperymenty empiryczne

Filip Stawski

Abstrakt

In recent years, in cognitive science (especially infl uenced by the concept of the embodied mind), have been emerging proposals to use phenomenology methods in the cognitive considerations, and overcome the so-called explanatory gap. Good examples of these proposals are neurophenomenology and front-loaded phenomenology, which have been briefly characterized. Next, I will describe the biofeedback (BF) HRV mechanism, which according to the hypothesis, may be an effective tool supporting the above attempts to implement phenomenology for neurobiological research. To sum up aim of this article is: presenting the first-person data problem in cognitive science; describeing the exemplary methods and role of phenomenology in empirical research, and proposeing BF HRV as an eff ective tool to achieve the psychophysiological state postulated by the above methods.

Słowa kluczowe: neurophenomenology, biofeedback, subjectivity
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