Neuronal Bases and Psychological Aspects of Consciousness: Proceedings of the International School of Biocybernetics

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For a few decades, the puzzle of consciousness, which for centuries was analysed by philosophers, has been finding a wide interest in the scientific field, where previously it was not entitled to be a member. It has become one of the most-debated problems in the cognitive sciences. The anatomical bases, neurophysiological correlates and elementary mechanisms underlying complex processes arising with consciousness have been compared with the psychological (perceptive, cognitive, volitive, emotional) aspects of conscious expressions, in normal and pathological conditions. Various theories, which attempt to fit systematically and coherently neural and psychological data, have been debated, proving the emergence of the phenomenon of consciousness.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789810235970
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/1998
  • Series: Series on Biophysics and Biocybernetics
  • Pages: 600
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.68 (h) x 1.39 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Consciousness studies: An overview 3
Neuroanatomy of memory 17
Attentional resolution: The grain and locus of visual awareness 41
Parallel pathways in the visual system: Selective effects of pregeniculate damage 53
Neural mechanisms in cognition 68
Computational approach to the functional organization of the hippocampus 72
Physiological modeling of color sensations 85
Can comparative analysis and ecological psychology tell us anything about the evolution of mind and consciousness? 92
The role of limbic and basal forebrain structures in the processing of nonconscious, emotional information 100
Anatomical organization of controlled language processing: An fMRI study in bilinguals 105
Perception, attention, and consciousness 111
Conscious and unconscious olfaction (and taste): Considerations on objective thresholds and liminal perception 125
Attention: Exporting vision to the mind 129
Visual search: Preattentive processing and the guidance of visual attention 144
Visual experience: Less than you think, more than you remember 165
Attentional and semantic processing in the split-brain 186
Psychophysiological regularities of the dynamics of individual experience and the "stream of consciousness" 201
Comparative description of consciousness and emotion in the framework of systemic understanding of behavioral continuum and individual development 220
Cerebral brain dynamics of emotions and mental imagery: Differences in waking and hypnosis 236
Cerebral brain dynamics of pain and hypnotic analgesia: Neuroimaging evidence for shifts in inhibitory processing as related to hypnotizability 256
A possible neuropsychology underlying aberrations of conscious experience in schizophrenia 275
A coherent account of human behavior: The multiexplanation-model theory 285
Phenomenal consciousness, access consciousness, and information processing psychology 300
Consciousness and thought 315
Possible selection mechanisms in declarative memory 328
Watching covert shifts of visual attention in space: An ERP analysis using high spatial resolution mapping 334
The contribution of attentional and pre-attentional mechanisms to the perception of temporal order 339
Brain organization of voluntary selective attention in first grade children with learning difficulties 343
Spatial trajectory planning may be encoded in allocentric coordinate system 347
Self-regulation of mental states on the model of VEP-biofeedback modifications in man 353
The perception of cylindric and cubic ambiguous patterns 357
Brain rhythms related to mental rotation 361
More on will driven (multistable) visual perception change 367
The facial inversion effects: The featural vs. the configurational hypotheses 374
Cognitive set of human 382
Emotional disturbances in brain-damaged subjects 386
Response modality influence on awareness of contralesional tactile stimuli in right brain damaged (RBD) subjects 390
Multi-axial evaluation of the phantom limb patients 395
Mathematical model of the apparent displacement in depth of a vertical contracting bar, according to the trajectory method. Part A: Hyperbolic decrements 399
Mathematical model of the apparent displacement in depth of a vertical contracting bar, according to the trajectory method. Part B: Uniform and harmonic decrements 408
Neural network simulation of spatial filtering 415
What's wrong with claims for the neurobiology of consciousness? 421
"Consciousness unexplained" (but successfully studied experimentally). A few methodological considerations on human consciousness research 432
The hard question of consciousness: Information processing versus hard wiring 450
Understanding consciousness: Beyond dualism and reductionism 458
Simulating John Searle in the Chinese room 469
Quantum computing in microtubules: The Penrose-Hameroff "Orch OR" model 479
Neural and mental development: Selectionism, constructivism, hermeneutics 507
Selfreference, consciousness, and language 519
The notion of loop in the study of consciousness 524
The morphofunctional strategies to find the neural correlates of consciousness 541
Time, space, and point of view in the Chinese room 546
Consciousness and computability in human brain 553
Who gets to explain consciousness? And who might in the future? 569
List of Participants 581
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