Deric Bownds here suggests that this research in which emotional negativity was reduced for participants who placed a written recollection of a regretted past decision or unsatisfied strong desire inside an envelope provides a case of embodied cognition.
What do you say if your are Andy Clark?
What do you say if you are Rob Wilson?
My guesses: No. Yes. Andy, I think, (as I've posted before) thinks that one has to have informational resources in order to have extended cognition, but Rob, I think, does not have this requirement. (Why I think this about Rob will only come out in my forthcoming posts on his "Meaning making the and the mind of the externalist". Please stay tuned.