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Neural Activity Sheds Light On The Origins Of Consciousness

Filed in Matrix Articles by on July 3, 2018
Neural Activity Sheds Light On The Origins Of Consciousness

Neurosciencenews.com A new EEG and fMRI study of epilepsy patients may reveal clues about the origins of consciousness. Researchers report activity in the frontal lobe changes 2 seconds before patients report an alteration in perception, and activity in the medial temporal lobe changes one second prior to them reporting. Source: AFTAU. Consciousness is everything people […]

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The Ability To Control Dreams May Help Us Unravel The Mystery Of Consciousness

Filed in Matrix Articles by on January 15, 2016
The Ability To Control Dreams May Help Us Unravel The Mystery Of Consciousness

By Dan Denis and Giulia Poerio Source: Theconversation.com We spend around six years of our lives dreaming – that’s 2,190 days or 52,560 hours. Although we can be aware of the perceptions and emotions we experience in our dreams, we are not conscious in the same way as when we’re awake. This explains why we […]

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