New Research on Consciousness (Google eBook)
Jason T. Locks
Nova Publishers, 2007 - Medical - 304 pages
Consciousness is a quality of the mind generally regarded to comprise qualities such as subjectivity, self-awareness, sentience, sapience, and the ability to perceive the relationship between oneself and one's environment. It is a subject of much research in philosophy of the mind, psychology, neurology, and cognitive science. This book presents a compilation of new and significant research on the many facets of consciousness. These include psychoenergetic studies, neurobiological hypothesis, theories on unconsciousness and psychoanalytic theories relating to sexual experiences.
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ON THE NEUROBIOLOGICAL BASIS OF CONSCIOUSNESS THE MULTIPLE MIRROR NETWORK HYPOTHESIS
BEYOND PROSPECT THEORY
UNCONSCIOUSNESS WITH AN ACTIVE CORTEX KETAMINE ANAESTHESIA AND RAPID EYE MOVEMENT SLEEP
ULTRAMETRIC THINKING AND FREUDS THEORY OF UNCONSCIOUS MIND
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Page 3 - Every change in the physiological state is accompanied by an appropriate change in the mental-emotional state, conscious or unconscious, and conversely, every change in the mental -emotional state, conscious or unconscious, is accompanied by an appropriate change in the physiological state.