Jelle Bruineberg
Jelle Bruineberg
Post-doctoral researcher, TU Eindhoven and Amsterdam UAMC
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Self-organization, free energy minimization, and optimal grip on a field of affordances
J Bruineberg, E Rietveld
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 599, 2014
The anticipating brain is not a scientist: the free-energy principle from an ecological-enactive perspective
J Bruineberg, J Kiverstein, E Rietveld
Synthese 195 (6), 2417-2444, 2018
General ecological information supports engagement with affordances for ‘higher’cognition
J Bruineberg, A Chemero, E Rietveld
Synthese 196 (12), 5231-5251, 2019
A bayesian attractor model for perceptual decision making
S Bitzer, J Bruineberg, SJ Kiebel
PLoS computational biology 11 (8), 2015
Free-energy minimization in joint agent-environment systems: A niche construction perspective
J Bruineberg, E Rietveld, T Parr, L van Maanen, KJ Friston
Journal of theoretical biology 455, 161-178, 2018
Active inference and the primacy of the 'I can'
J Bruineberg
Philosophy and Predictive Processing 5, 2017
Prospective memory in autism: Theory and literature review
DP Sheppard, JP Bruineberg, A Kretschmer-Trendowicz, M Altgassen
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 32 (5), 748-782, 2018
Beyond blanket terms: challenges for the explanatory value of variational (neuro-) ethology: comment on “Answering Schrödinger’s question: a free-energy formulation” by Maxwell …
J Bruineberg, C Hesp
Phys Life Rev 24, 37-9, 2018
What’s Inside Your Head Once You’ve Figured Out What Your Head’s Inside Of
J Bruineberg, E Rietveld
Ecological Psychology 31 (3), 198-217, 2019
Anticipating affordances: intentionality in selforganizing brain-body-environment systems
J Bruineberg
Doctoral dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 2018
Bespreking van: H. Dreyfus, C. Taylor (2017) Het realisme herwonnen
J Bruineberg
Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte 110 (2), 234-239, 2018
Book review of "Surfing uncertainty: prediction, action and the embodied mind"
J Bruineberg, T Froese
International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 12 (2), 215-217, 2016
Engelse E-termen–ecological, enactive, embodied, extended, embedded–en ten tweede, het idee dat het brein begrepen moet worden als een voor-spellingsmachine. Het proefschrift …
J Bruineberg
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