The state of tranquility: Subjective perception is shaped by contextual modulation of auditory connectivity

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Hunter, M.D.; Eickhoff, S.B.; Pheasant, R.J.; Douglas, M.J.; Watts, G.R.; Farrow, T.F.D.; Hyland, D.; Kang, J.; Wilkinson, I.D.; Horoshenkov, K.V.; Woodruff, P.W.R.;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: genetic structures

In this study, we investigated brain mechanisms for the generation of subjective experience from objective sensory inputs. Our experimental construct was subjective tranquility. Tranquility is a mental state more likely to occur in the presence of objective sensory inpu... View more
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