Characterizing consciousness : from cognition to the clinic?

Stanislas Dehaene, Yves Christen, editors

Fifteen of the foremost scientists in this field presented testable theoretical models of consciousness and discussed how our understanding of the role that consciousness plays in our cognitive processes is being refined with some surprising results.

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  • Preface.- Missing Links in the Evolution of Language.- Consciousness as a Decision to Engage.- Thinking about Brain and Consciousness.- The Global Neuronal Workspace Model of Conscious Access: From Neuronal Architectures to Clinical Applications.- Disorders of Consciousness
  • What Do We Know?- When Thoughts Become Actions: Imaging Disorders of Consciousness.- Rhythmic Neuronal Synchronization Subserves Selective Attentional Processing.- Studying Consciousness Using Direct Recording from Single Neurons in Humans.- Intrinsic Activity and Consciousness.- Beyond Libet: Long-term Prediction of Free Choices from Neuroimaging Signals.- Subliminal Motivation of the Human Brain.- From Conscious Motor Intention to Movement Awareness.- Subject Index

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書名 Characterizing consciousness : from cognition to the clinic?
著作者等 Christen, Yves
Dehaene, Stanislas
シリーズ名 Research and perspectives in neurosciences
出版元 Springer
刊行年月 c2011
ページ数 xii, 202 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9783642180149
NCID BC09220682
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言語 英語
出版国 ドイツ