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Linking Out-of-Body Experience and Self Processing to Mental Own-Body Imagery at the Temporoparietal Junction
The spatial unity of self and body is challenged by various philosophical considerations and several phenomena, perhaps most notoriously the “out-of-body experience” (OBE) during which one's visualExpand
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Out-of-body experience and autoscopy of neurological origin.
During an out-of-body experience (OBE), the experient seems to be awake and to see his body and the world from a location outside the physical body. A closely related experience is autoscopy (AS),Expand
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Illusory Reduplication of One's Own Body: Phenomenology and Classification of Autoscopic Phenomena.
Autoscopic phenomena involve the illusory reduplication of one's own body. The literature on the topic is widely scattered and suffers from considerable terminological and conceptual inconsistencies.Expand
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Functional neuroanatomical correlates of hysterical sensorimotor loss.
Hysterical conversion disorders refer to functional neurological deficits such as paralysis, anaesthesia or blindness not caused by organic damage but associated with emotional "psychogenic"Expand
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Noninvasive Localization of Electromagnetic Epileptic Activity. I. Method Descriptions and Simulations
This paper considers the solution of the bioelectromagnetic inverse problem with particular emphasis on focal compact sources that are likely to arise in epileptic data. Two linear inverse methodsExpand
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Neuropsychology: Stimulating illusory own-body perceptions
'Out-of-body' experiences (OBEs) are curious, usually brief sensations in which a person's consciousness seems to become detached from the body and take up a remote viewing position. Here we describeExpand
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Electric source imaging of human brain functions
We review recent methodological advances in electromagnetic source imaging and present EEG data from our laboratory obtained by application of these methods. There are two principal steps in ourExpand
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Prediction of response speed by anticipatory high‐frequency (gamma band) oscillations in the human brain
Response to a stimulus is faster when a subject is attending and knows beforehand how to respond. It has been suggested recently that this occurs because ongoing neuronal activity is spatially andExpand
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128-Channel EEG Source Imaging in Epilepsy: Clinical Yield and Localization Precision
The authors evaluated the feasibility, clinical yield, and localization precision of high-resolution EEG source imaging of interictal epileptic activity. A consecutive series of 44 patients withExpand
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Electrophysiological evidence for early non-conscious processing of fearful facial expressions.
Non-conscious processing of emotionally expressive faces has been found in patients with damage to visual brain areas and has been demonstrated experimentally in healthy controls using visual maskingExpand
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