This is just a question post.
So, cognitivists typically (actually, without exception to my knowledge) hold that there are something like "levels". So, for example, there is a psychological level that is realized by neuronal processes, which are realized by chemical processes, which are realized by quantum mechanical processes. Sometimes the levels are, following Marr, input-output, algorithmic, and implementational. Now, there are differences of opinion about what levels are, how many there are, and what relations there are between them, but do EPists have some version of this kind of picture of reality?
Runeson has something like this with his anti-reductionism and Gibson seems to insist on something like the psychological being a molar kind of enterprise distinct from physics, but I have never seen them talk about things like levels and their relations. (Nor is it something I've seen in introductions to Phenomenology.)