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Neuroscience of Consciousness on the OUP blog

Explore recent posts on the OUP blog providing an interesting overview of related Neuroscience of Consciousness articles.
Can you learn while you sleep?
Thomas Andrillon explores how connected to the environment we are while we sleep, and whether it might be possible to learn in a sleeping state.
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Hypnosis and the conscious awareness of intentions
Peter Lush and Zoltan Dienes look at the apparent paradox between the apparent control of hypnotic suggestion and the well established theory that nobody can be hypnotised against their will.
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Brain waves, impulse control, and free will
Emilie A. Caspar and Axel Cleeremans address the idea of "free will" from an experiment looking at the conscious intention to move.
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Can neuroscience explain consciousness?
We sat down with the editor of Neuroscience of Consciousness, Anil Seth, to learn a bit more about our “inner universe” – a landscape sometimes thought of as a problem beyond the reach of science.

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