9 Development of Conscious Control and Imagination

@inproceedings{Carlson20099DO,
  title={9 Development of Conscious Control and Imagination},
  author={Stephanie M. Carlson},
  year={2009}
}
Although students of the topic of consciousness can debate its proper definition, most theories tend to take as their starting point what is best characterized as the end point of consciousness, that is, the adult (human) state. This appears to be the case whether consciousness is viewed primarily in terms of neural architecture (a biological approach) or firstperson experience (a phenomenological approach). Even an evolutionary or comparative approach, which considers changes in consciousness… CONTINUE READING

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