Dualism persists in the science of mind.

@article{Demertzi2009DualismPI,
  title={Dualism persists in the science of mind.},
  author={Athena Demertzi and C. W. Liew and Didier Ledoux and Marie-Aur{\'e}lie Bruno and Michael Sharpe and Steven Laureys and Adam Zeman},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={1157},
  pages={1-9}
}
The relationship between mind and brain has philosophical, scientific, and practical implications. Two separate but related surveys from the University of Edinburgh (University students, n= 250) and the University of Liège (health-care workers, lay public, n= 1858) were performed to probe attitudes toward the mind-brain relationship and the variables that account for differences in views. Four statements were included, each relating to an aspect of the mind-brain relationship. The Edinburgh… CONTINUE READING

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