Dr Alexander De Foe is a Melbourne based cognitive scientist, writer, and lecturer. His PhD research was grounded in the role of perception and consciousness in body ownership illusions, out-of-body experience (OBEs), and other embodiment phenomena. He writes about, teaches, and consults on these topics. His current work centres on the phenomenology of perception and consciousness, as well as related research on self construct and identity.
Most recently Dr De Foe pioneered the Veridical Mind Project at the Centre for Exceptional Human Potential, where he was Chief Investigator on a successful series of national and international awards for research to support our understanding on how memory and perception functions in OBEs.
Transpersonal Inner Work group
To explore consciousness and perception from an introspective and applied standpoint, Alex has commenced an online meet up group open to the general public. The purpose of this group is to discuss the broader nature of human perception and consciousness from a reflective perspective. To join the group visit the Teaching page on this website.