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Unresponsiveness and Unconsciousness
It is conceptually uneasy to discriminate the two. It seems to me that some sort of Bohr's correspondence principle is becoming necessary in cognitive neuroscience. It's what we see with imaging technique really corresponding to the cognitive state we identify with our senses? In any way, remarkable paper (cool title too).
Anesthesiology. 2012 Feb 6; Authors: Sanders RD, Tononi G, Laureys S, Sleigh J Abstract Consciousness is a subjective experience. During both sleep and anesthesia, consciousness is common, evidenced b...
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