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Signe Cane

  • University of Edinburgh
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Research interests

Extended MindVisual PerceptionEmbodimentPhilosophy of MindMental DisordersSituated EmotionCognitive Science

About

MSc thesis hypothesis: Following from current theories about the embodiment of emotion I propose that the way external factors contribute to an individual’s emotions can be described in terms of cognitive coupling in a similar, although not identical way that the extended mind thesis suggests about embodied cognitive processes. The aim is therefore to develop an explanatory framework that provides a more inclusive account of externally influenced emotional aspects in panic disorder patients, as well as suggest possible ways of testing the framework empirically. *** Apart from philosophy and cognitive science with an emphasis on mental disorder and embodied and situated emotion, I am also greatly interested in graphic design and visual art, especially information visualization and perceptual processing.

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Education

MSc Mind, Language and Embodied Cognition

University of Edinburgh

September 2010 - Present

BA Philosophy (with distinction)

Latvijas Universitâte - University of Latvia

September 2007 - June 2010(3 years)

ERASMUS scholarship exchange semester in BA Social and Moral Philosophy

Helsingin yliopisto - University of Helsinki

August 2008 - December 2008(4 months)