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September 22, 2019, 11:53:11 am

Author Topic: Contribution of studies to the investigation and understanding of consciousness  (Read 334 times)  Share 

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Does anyone have solid notes on exactly why studies of such things like aphasia, spatial neglect, split-brain and perceptual anomalies contribute to understanding consciousness? it's fairly easy to understand what exactly they do however I seem to have trouble understanding how exactly they each contribute to consciousness and cognitive processes, thanks!