DFG: Priority Programme “The Active Self” (SPP 2134) Deadline: 27.01.21

In 2018 the Senate of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) established the Priority Programme “The Active Self” (SPP 2134). The programme is designed to run for six years. The present call invites proposals for the second and last three-year funding period.

The Priority Programme brings together cognitive and behavioural scientists from various disciplines, including psychology and robotics, to study the sensorimotor grounding of the human minimal self. This concept describes a person’s phenomenal experience in the here and now and how we perceive ourselves to be in a particular situation. While this experience is likely to be dominated by information delivered by the senses, i.e., by self-perception in a literal, immediate sense, humans also have knowledge about themselves, amassed over years, and a sense of understanding how their self relates to others. More....


Datum der Meldung 08.06.2020 00:00
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