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anaesthesia and consciousness

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology.

Everybody wants to have a hand in a great discovery. All I will do is to give you a hint or two as to names, or the name, to be ...

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anaesthesia, awareness under

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Awareness under anaesthesia appears to be an uncommon event when measured conventionally, i.e. as recall by the patient of events that happened during surgery. Sebel et al. (2004) found an...

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attention

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Sustained concentration on a specific stimulus, sensation, idea, thought, or activity, enabling one to use information-processing systems with limited capacity to handle vast amounts of...

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brain

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n. the enlarged and highly developed mass of nervous tissue that forms the upper end of the central nervous system (see illustration). The average adult human brain weighs...

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brain damage

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Progress in intensive care efforts has increased the number of patients who survive severe acute brain damage. The most frequent causes of coma are traumatic or ischaemic brain damage....

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contrastive analysis

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There are two ways to study conscious experiences scientifically: one way is to compare them to closely matched unconscious experiences, a method that has been called contrastive analysis (...

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correlates of consciousness, computational

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The expression ‘computational correlate of consciousness’ was first used by Mathis and Mozer (1995), who, taking a computational approach to the problem of consciousness, asked ‘What...

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development and consciousness

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There is widespread agreement that the contents of consciousness are continually in flux and likely to change in systematic ways over the course of human development. But questions about...

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Edgar Douglas Adrian

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1st Baron Adrian (1889–1977). Adrian was born in London and educated at Westminster School, where he became a King's Scholar at the end of his first term. Like his mentor ...

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electroencephalogram

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology — Medicine and Health.

(EEG)

A tracing or graph of the electrical activity of the brain. Electrodes taped to the scalp record electrical waves from different parts of the brain. The pattern of an EEG...

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