My name is Michael Gaebler.
I investigate how subjective experience relates to psycho-physiological processes.
My research thereby focuses on the physiology of the processing, the experience, and the regulation of emotion and stress in pathology and health.
In my opinion, an investigation of the mind and its relation to brain-body-environment interactions can best be tackled in two ways: using the conceptual rigour of philosophy or the conceptual freedom of data-driven statistical learning methods. In addition, I’m particularly interested in increasing the ecological validity of experiments using ambulatory assessment and virtual reality setups.
On this website, you can find details regarding my research and scientific contributions.
Further information can be found on my profiles at ResearchGate and Google Scholar, my private blog, or my Twitter account, of which you see a stream below: