No Matter, Never Mind

Proceedings of Toward a Science of Consciousness: Fundamental approaches, Tokyo 1999

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| Notre Dame Seishin University
| Notre Dame Seishin University
| Notre Dame Seishin University
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This international selection of 34 papers from the Tokyo '99 conference held at the United Nations University gives a valuable state of the art overview of consciousness research. Not only the recognized European and American approaches but also the distinguishing approaches from many Japanese researchers are presented. It will provide a world-wide audience with a comprehensive outlook for the remarkable potential contribution in the future scene of consciousness research.The Tokyo '99 declaration to promote scientists’ ethical warning against the thoughtless aiming of consciousness research at warfare is also included.(Series B)
[Advances in Consciousness Research, 33]  2002.  xvi, 391 pp.
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Table of Contents
Sponsors and Supporters of Tokyo ’99
ix
Preface
xi–xiii
Tokyo ’99 Declaration
xv–xvi
Brain and quantum holography: Recent ruminations
Karl H. Pribram
1–11
The mind-body and the light-matter
Mari Jibu
13–42
Dissipative quantum brain dynamics
Giuseppe Vitiello
43–61
What do neural nets and quantum theory tell us about mind and reality?
Paul J. Werbos
63–87
Mathematics and the mind
Edward Nelson
89–94
Upwards and downwards causation in the brain: Case studies on the emergence and efficacy of consciousness
Francisco J. Varela
95–107
The importance of experience: Where for the future?
Brian D. Josephson
109–111
Cascade hypothesis of brain functions and consciousness
Gyo Takeda
113–125
Neural correlates of visual working memory for motion
Naoyuki Osaka
127–136
Ontological implications of quantum brain dynamics
Gordon G. Globus
137–143
On focus and fringe in explicit mental processing
Maxim I. Stamenov
145–153
Will: A vague idea or a testable event?
Cloe Taddei-Ferretti, Carlo Musio, Silvia Santillo and Antonio Cotugno
155–165
Binding and dysbinding: Ideas concerning the binding problem and a theory on motion sickness
Arne M.D. Tribukait
167–172
Intrinsic contextuality as the crux of consciousness
Diederik Aerts, Jan Broekaert and Liane M. Gabora
173–181
Perspective changes affect attentional access to conscious experience
Ruediger Oehlmann
183–192
Constructing pain: How pain hurts
Yoshio Nakamura and C. Richard Chapman
193–205
Neuronoid as the coincidence detector: A new model of neuron with ‘ongoingness’ property
Hiroaki Inayoshi, Toshio Tanaka, Kenji Nishida and Tohru Nitta
207–216
Accumulation of rapid and small synaptic increase as a basis for implicit memory
Osamu Hoshino, Satoru Inoue, Yoshiki Kashimori and Takeshi Kambara
217–230
What is the self of a robot?: On a consciousness architecture for a mobile robot as a model of human consciousness
Tadashi Kitamura
231–241
Apparent “free will” caused by representation of module control
Natsuki Oka
243–249
S2 axiomatic system: A new geometrical system to maintain the qualia of words
Koichiro Hajiri
251–259
Reactivity of human cortical oscillations reflecting conscious perception in binocular rivalry
Tetsuo Kobayashi and Kazuo Kato
261–271
Experimentally induced verbal slips in Japanese: Evidence from a phonological bias technique
Akie Saito and Satoru Saito
273–279
A basic neural mechanism for acoustic imaging
Satoru Inoue, Manabu Kimyou, Yoshiki Kashimori and Osamu Hoshino
281–288
A role of attention in formation of brain map for accomplishing spatial tasks
Yoshiki Kashimori, Minoru Uchiyama, Satoru Inoue, Osamu Hoshino, Takafumi Yoshizawa and Takeshi Kambara
289–300
Consciousness and the intercortical correlation function of electroencephalograms
Kimiaki Konno, Yoichi M.D. Katayama and Takamitsu M.D. Yamamoto
301–306
The unconscious information processing appeared on the visual ERPs during pattern matching task of masked target
Tsuyoshi Hirata, Shio Murakami and Shinya Ito
307–313
A computational model of personality
Tohru Nitta
315–324
A hypothesis concerning a relationship between pleasantness and unpleasantness
Yasuhiro Sagawa, Hidefumi Sawai and Nobuyuki Sakai
325–331
Automaticity of visual attention: Effect of practice with rapid serial visual presentation
Kazuki Nishiura
333–340
Working memory and the peak alpha frequency shift on magnetoencephalography (MEG)
Mariko Osaka
341–348
Modularity and hierarchy: A theory of consciousness based on the fractal neural network
Takeshi Ieshima and Akifumi Tokosumi
349–355
Category theory and consciousness
Goro Kato and Daniele C. Struppa
357–361
Psychological information processing in a complex Hilbert space: Fourier transformation by reciprocal matrix on ratio scale
Eiichi Okamoto
363–376
Tokyo ’99 Memorial Pictures
Ryouichi Kasahara
377–378
Name index
379–380
Subject index
381–389
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Subjects

Consciousness Research

Consciousness research
BIC Subject: JMT – States of consciousness
BISAC Subject: PSY020000 – PSYCHOLOGY / Neuropsychology
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2001043856