You will find on the Psyche website two fascinating symposia. One deals with Thomas Metzinger's magisterial (and very long and dense) book titled "Being No One" in which he develops a model of the phenomenal self. No one has better understood and integrated the basic domains of philosophy, neurobiology, and psychology. The review by Gallagher is particularly interesting.
A second symposium deals with Alva Noe's book "Action in Perception" which argues that perceiving is a way of acting, and that perception is not something that happens to us, or in us. Rather it is something we do. The review by Clark is interesting.