Interactively guided introspection is getting science closer to an effective consciousness meter.

@article{Froese2013InteractivelyGI,
  title={Interactively guided introspection is getting science closer to an effective consciousness meter.},
  author={Tom Froese},
  journal={Consciousness and cognition},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={672-6}
}
The ever-increasing precision of brain measurement brings with it a demand for more reliable and fine-grained measures of conscious experience. However, introspection has long been assumed to be too limited and fallible. This skepticism is primarily based on a series of classic psychological experiments, which suggested that more is seen than can be retrospectively reported (Sperling, 1960), and that we can be easily fooled into retrospectively describing intentional choices that we have never… CONTINUE READING
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