I’m delighted to learn that my joint paper with Mark Miller of the University of Edinburgh, The embodied brain: towards a radical embodied cognitive neuroscience, was one of the top 100 most downloaded articles this year, out of a massive 12,500 published on the scientific website Frontiers. In its first month it was viewed and downloaded 3,418 times.
Our paper ‘A Rich Landscape of Affordances’ in which we outline a Wittgenstein inspired interpretation of affordances was among the most downloaded articles of 2014. The article, published in Ecological Psychology, has been included in an online article collection published in Routledge Behavioral Sciences journals in 2014. The collection features the top three most downloaded articles that were published and downloaded in 2014 in each Routledge Behavioral Sciences journal.
Our article will be freely available on the Routledge Behavioural Sciences website until the 30th June, via the collection homepage.