I mostly write on topics in the philosophy of cognitive science. My doctoral work focused on the subjective experience of embodiment, and I have since then investigated high-order processes in perceptual integration and holistic states of consciousness. I also work actively with emerging technologies that shed light on the nature of human perception and consciousness, including the use of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality, Petkova and Ehrsson’s body swapping protocol, and others.
Books and monographs
I'm currently carrying out numerous research projects as an Industry Fellow at the RMIT University School of Health and Biomedical Sciences and as Lead Researcher at the Centre for Exceptional Human Potential.
- Alexander De Foe, Lead Researcher
- Gabriel Sereni, Academic Affiliate (VM project)
- Joyce Bok, Clinical Affiliate (VM project)
- Mahima Kalla, Academic Affiliate (general)
From time to time I maintain a personal blog on this website. I also write for popular blogs internationally and within Australia, including The Conversation. While I mostly write about altered states of consciousness, perceptual integration, and the phenomenal nature of self, I also delve into a range of other applied psychology and philosophy topics.