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  1. Bærentsen, Klaus B.

    Man and technology (Affordances and Human Praxis, Interiorisation of psychological functions, Intuitive User Interfaces, Objectification of psychological functions), Biological psychology (Biological basis of Psychological Phenomena, Evolutionary psychology), General psychology (Activity Theory, Cultural Historical Psychology, Dynamical Systems Theory, Ecological Psychology, Pramatism, Yoga, Buddhisme, Alkymi), History of psychology (Activity Theory, Cultural Historical Psychology, Yoga, Buddhism, Alchemy), Lives of other animal and human species past and present (Cultural Historical Developm. of Psychol.Functions, Evolution of Psychological Reflection), Neuropsychology (Brain processes during meditation, Dynamical self-organisation in neural processes, functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Functional Systems in the Brain), Psychology of cognition (Activity basis for Cognition, Cognitive functions in activity, Consciousness and non-conscious psychol. functions, Meditation), Psychology of emotions (Feelings and emotions as cognitive functions, Functions of feelings and emotions in activity), Psychology of thinking and problem resolution (Thinking as interiorised action)

    • Krøjgaard, Peter

      Man and technology, Development psychology (Cognitive development, Development of episodic memory, Infant research, Infants' understanding of the physical world, Object individuation, Social cognition), General psychology, Psychology of cognition