People in the Paleolithic could access the whole spectrum of consciousness: response to Helvenston

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Three kinds of hallucinations have repeatedly been identified in the literature on altered states of consciousness (ASCs): visions of (1) geometric forms, (2) figures and objects, and (3) complete scenes. Lewis-Williams’ neuropsychological model draws on these reports to gain insights into the minds of Paleolithic people, on the basis of shared neurobiology… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1059712314537091

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