Author: Magali Ollagnier-Beldame
Bio Note: Magali Ollagnier-Beldame holds a PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of Lyon in France (2006) and joined the French National Centre for Scientific Research in 2012. As a researcher in the field of human interactions, she is interested in the emergence and the creation of “shared worlds,” especially in situations of interaction between two people. She is leading a scientific program on intersubjectivity with a micro-phenomenological approach, using first-person interview epistemology and methodology. She is the founder (in 2014) and a co-chair of the Thésée Project (THeories and Explorations of Subjectivity and Explicited Experience). The main goals of this project are better understanding intersubjectivity “from inside” and exploring the conditions under which an experience can be shared by two persons. She investigates the ways these processes unfold and are co-constructed through interaction, in their affective, cognitive and sensory dimensions. In the field of health, she especially studies first encounters between “health care workers” and patients. Magali Ollagnier-Beldame is also a certified trainer in explicitation techniques, under the direction of Pierre Vermersch / GREX (Research group in explicitation).
Affiliation: Laboratoire ICAR UMR CNRS 5191, France
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
Ollagnier-Beldame M. (2021) Renewing experientially our sense of existence and cultivating seeds of joy. Constructivist Foundations 16(2): 187–189. https://constructivist.info/16/2/187
Ollagnier-Beldame M. & Coupé C. (2019) Authors’ response: Focus of interest and epistemological issues in the study of first encounters. Constructivist Foundations 14(2): 193–196. https://constructivist.info/14/2/193
Ollagnier-Beldame M. & Coupé C. (2019) Meeting you for the first time: Descriptive categories of an intersubjective experience. Constructivist Foundations 14(2): 167–180. https://constructivist.info/14/2/167
Coupé C. & Ollagnier-Beldame M. (2019) Epoché, verbal descriptions and corpus size in the conduct and analysis of explicitation interviews. Constructivist Foundations 14(2): 158–160. https://constructivist.info/14/2/158