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In this book J. Allan Hobson offers a new understanding of altered states of consciousness based on knowledge of how our brain ... 2008 The MIT Press MIT Logo.
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The experimental words were idiomatic terms with and without a literal interpretation (e.g., Indian summer, talk turkey). The idiomatic terms were embedded ...
Books: The Balancing Act
The eight contributions in this book explore the inevitable "balancing act" that must take place when symbolic and statistical approaches are brought ...
Toward a Science of Consciousness 3: Attending, Seeing and Knowing ...
Robert W. Kentridge, Charles A. Heywood, and Lawrence Weiskrantz. Blindsight is the term coined by Weiskrantz (see Weiskrantz et al. ...
Chapter 1: Family, Hebrew School, Grade School
He then managed to work his way through the Johns Hopkins University supporting himself by teaching in Baltimore Hebrew elementary schools. ...
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Eiling Yee, Sheila Blumstein and Julie Sedivy. Abstract: It has recently been proposed that abnormally low lexical activation could be at the root of many ...
Books: How Children Learn the Meanings of Words
The acquisition of word meaning is one of the fundamental issues in the study of mind. According to Paul Bloom, children learn words through sophisticated ...
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Toward a Science of Consciousness 3: What Does Quantum Mechanics ...
What Does Quantum Mechanics Imply about the Nature of the Universe? ... By this [i.e., by the principle of objectivation] I mean the thing that is also ...
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