Coordination et prevalence manuelle chez le nourrisson: <ce:small-caps>F. Flament</ce:small-caps> edition du C.N.R.S., Marseille, 1975, 278pp.

@article{Schonen1978CoordinationEP,
  title={Coordination et prevalence manuelle chez le nourrisson: <ce:small-caps>F. Flament</ce:small-caps> edition du C.N.R.S., Marseille, 1975, 278pp.},
  author={Scania de Schonen},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1978},
  volume={16},
  pages={133-134}
}
Pribram states that “certain brain states result in consciousness’ (p. 300). This statement might lead one to infer that Pribram is an epiphenomenalist. However, Pribram also indicates that “consciousness describes a property by which organisms achieve a special relationship with their environment” @. 299). This statement, and much of the remainder of the chaper, indicate that Dr. Pribram believes that consciousness has a function. It is also evident that he does not separate consciousness from… CONTINUE READING

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