In our lab, we study how we fit into the substructures of the environment in our various ways, and how we are formed by the world we live in. We are interested in the evolution and development of ability to use the affordances of the environment that are basic to the fundamental human econiche. Our major research interests includes processes of formation of action‐environment linkage and flexibility of behavior in humans from perceptual, developmental, ecological, and evolutionary perspectives. Our current theoretical focus on the links between environmental perception and skilled practice, and on the nature of information medium for somatic logic found in human-environment systems. We conduct empirical research mainly with children, craftsmen, artists, and patients undergoing rehabilitation.