Some work done in evolutionary robotics treats body morphodynamics and environment as an integral part of the robots' cognitive apparatus (e.g. passive dynamic walking, morpho-functional machines, evolvable hardware). This approach may be viewed as a component of a broader morphological turn that is detectable from the second half of the 20th century onwards, in different domains of scientific research. I'm investigating the theoretical consequences, to cognitive science, of this morphological turn, particularly of morphodynamically inspired robotics. I'm working with Dr.Inman Harvey.