David Martínez Pernía obtained his degree in Physiotherapy from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1998) and his degree in Psychology from the Universidad Diego Portales (2012). Then he received a master degree in epistemology of natural sciences and social sciences from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2013). Nowadays, he is finishing his PhD in Philosophy, with the title of the thesis “Ontology of neurorehabilitation: From the traditional models (mechanism and cognitivism) to the embodied cognition approaches”. His lines of research are mainly focused on two topics. On the first one, he is developing theoretical models and empirical researches in the field of therapeutic sciences incorporating an integrative view about the mind-body problem through the embodied cognition approaches. On the second one, he is developing theoretical models and empirical studies in cognitive sciences and therapeutic sciences that require an integrative view of quantitative and qualitative methodologies, with a special emphasis in the neurophenomenological program.
Keywords: embodied cognition, enaction, neurophenomenology, philosophy of mind, neurorehabilitation.