The Relationship Between Embodied Cognition (EC) and Aphantasia

I have an additional project solely on Aphantasia research here.

This project was conducted for my Cognitive Science Capstone (COG468) at SUNY Oswego. For this class, it was supposed to serve as the culmination of my studies within the Cognitive Science major. The COG468 Capstone entailed a research project on a subject relating to Cognitive Science, a final oral exam, and other miscellaneous classwork that related to Cognitive Science.

For my project in the Capstone course, I chose to conduct research on the relationship between embodied cognition (EC) and aphantasia. Because there was no research specifically on the subject, I chose to synthesize new literature to relate the two subjects rather than have a literature review-style project. The final parts of my project for this capstone include my final paper and presentation, which are both attached to this page. (The presentation is linked via a button at the top of the page, and the final paper is below.)

Download/view my COG468 Final Paper here!
Ezra Wingard
Ezra Wingard
Gradute of Cognitive Science and Psychology, Programmer, and AI Enthusiast

Aspiring future Cognitive Scientist with a passion for an array of subjects including psychology, second language acquisition, and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion).