Natalie Depraz (UMR 8547, Pays germaniques, histoire, culture et philosophie (ENS-CNRS) Archives-Husserl)
Agnès Celle and Pascale Goutéraux (CLILLAC-ARP, EA 3967, Université Paris-Diderot)
Vincent Camus and Thomas Desmidt (INSERM U930, ERL CNRS 30106 Equipe 4, Troubles affectifs)
Natalie Depraz: firstname.lastname@example.org
ANR (French National Agency for Research)
Emphiline is a research project whose theme is surprise and depression in their emotional, cognitive, bodily and linguistic components. We correlated a methodology in the third person (experimental physiological device of generation of surprise) and a methodology in the first person (micro-phenomenological interviews). On the basis of the analysis of 42 interviews correlated with the analysis of physiological measurements (FC, FR, cerebral pulsatility, cutaneous conductance, EEG), we aimed at testing the hypothesis that surprise, far from being reduced to a sudden shock, is part of a three-phased micro-temporal process composed of implicit anticipation, crisis and aftermath, and thus unfolds on the background of two main structures that are attention (its condition), and emotion (its implication).
The practical outcome of the project was the building of a database, the publication of interdisciplinary books and the elaboration of a protocol in cardiovascular research. It contributes to advances in the use of crossed micro-phenomenological first-person and third person methods and allows to suggest an extension of neurophenomenology in the direction of what we call a « cardiophenomenology ».
1) Th. Desmidt, M. Lemoine, C. Belzung & N. Depraz, « The temporal dynamic of emotional emergence », Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, Emotion Special Issue, 2014, Springer, Heidelberg.
2) N. Depraz & Th. Desmidt, « Cardio-phénoménologie », in: La naturalisation de la phénoménologie 20 après, J.-L. Petit éd., Cahiers philosophiques de Strasbourg n°38, 2015.
3) N. Depraz & Th. Desmidt, « Cardiophenomenology : an extension of neurophenomenology : preliminary results », Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 2017, Springer, Heidelberg (in course of revision).
4) N. Depraz, M. Gyemant, Th. Desmidt, « First person data analysis: a generative method using third person data. Surprise and depression: A case study », Colloque « Neurophenomenology: building a science of experience », 21-22 January 2016, org. C. Valenzuela-Moguillansky, Santiago, Chile, submitted to the Journal of Constructivist Foundations.
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Updated on 10/12/2016