A Rich Landscape of Affordances is now the most cited article in Ecological Psychology!

According to the website of Ecological Psychology our article A Rich Landscape of Affordances (Rietveld & Kiverstein 2014) is not the most cited article in that journal. It is available open access here.

A follow up paper is recommended reading for those of you interested in the brain situated in this real-life context of the landscape of affordances. It is titled: What’s Inside Your Head Once You’ve Figured Out What Your Head’s Inside Of?

Co-authored with Jelle Bruineberg & open access as well.

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