What in the world is consciousness?
A neuroscientific approach to consciousness
Functional neuroimaging during altered states of consciousness: How and what do we measure
Global workspace theory of consciousness: Toward a cognitive neuroscience of human experience?
Skill, corporality and alerting capacity in an account of sensory consciousness
Methods for studying unconscious learning
Computational correlates of consciousness
Consciousness, information integration and the brain
Dynamics of thalamo-cortical network oscillations and human perception
From synchronous neuronal discharges to subjective awareness?
Genes and experience shape brain networks of conscious control
Visual phenomenal consciousness: A neurological guided tour
The mental self
Posterior cingulate, precuneal and retroplenial cortices: Cytology and components of the neural network correlates of consciousness
Human cognition during REM sleep and the activity profile within frontal and parietal cortices. A reappraisal of functional neuroimaging data
General anesthesia and the neural correlates of consciousness
Brain imaging in research on anesthetic mechanisms: Studies with propofol
The cognitive modulation of pain: Hypnosis and placebo-induced analgesia
Consciousness and epilepsy: Why are patients with absence seizures absent?
Two aspects of impaired consciousness in Alzhemier's disease
Functional brain imaging of symptoms and cognition in schizophrenia
Hysterical conversion and brain function
The out-of-body experience: Precipitation factors and neural correlates
Near-death experiences in cardiac arrest survivors
The concept and practice of brain death
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"Laureys and contributors have taken up the task to link biocognitive theories, functional neuroimaging, and clinial descriptions of known comatose states, and the result is impressive. The authors have mined this complex and disputatious field and its entire consolidated work is very readable."
--FOREWORD by Eelco F.M. Wijdicks, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, U.S.A.
"The distinguished panel of philosophers, modelers, psychologists, physicians, and neuroscientists assembled here provides an accessible, yet in-depth perspective on many of those fields of research. Rarely has such a diversity of points of view been made available in a single volume. Browsing through them provides an exciting window into the forefront of consciousness research, as well as the associated philosophical, ethical and clinical issues."
--FOREWORD by Stanislas Dehaene, President-elect of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness