# Can the Many-Worlds-Interpretation be probed in Psychology?

@inproceedings{Pas2016CanTM, title={Can the Many-Worlds-Interpretation be probed in Psychology?}, author={Heinrich Pas}, year={2016} }

A minimal approach to the measurement problem and the quantum-to-classical transition assumes a universally valid quantum formalism, i.e. unitary time evolution governed by a Schrödinger-type equation. As had been pointed out long ago, in this view the measurement process can be described by decoherence which results in a "Many-Worlds" or "Many-Minds" scenario according to Everett and Zeh. A silent assumption for decoherence to proceed is however, that there exists incomplete information about… CONTINUE READING

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