My philosophical interests lie mainly within the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of cognitive science. My doctoral research focused on the notion of self-consciousness. In my dissertation, I defended a pluralist account of self-consciousness, according to which there are several ways in which one can be conscious of oneself as oneself.
My current research project investigates the relationship between self-representation and the spatial content of visual perception, both from a theoretical standpoint and through experimental research using virtual reality.
I am also interested in the conceptualization and taxonomy of global states of consciousness, such as post-comatose disorders of consciousness and drug-induced states, as well as methodological issues regarding the use of first-person reports in cognitive neuroscience.