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Examining Subjective Experience: Advances in Neurophenomenology

Topic Editors:

Wendy HasenkampMind and Life Institute, USA
Evan ThompsonUniversity of British Columbia, Canada

http://www.frontiersin.org/Human_Neuroscience/researchtopics/Examining_Subjective_Experienc/1163

Juliana Bagdasaryan and Michel LE VAN QUYEN

Microcognitive science: bridging experiential and neuronal microdynamics

Claire Petitmengin and Jean-Philippe Lachaux

The embodied transcendental: a Kantian perspective on neurophenomenology

Omar Timothy KhachoufStefano Poletti and Giuseppe Pagnoni

Reporting dream experience: Why (not) to be skeptical about dream reports

Jennifer Michelle Windt

Methodological lessons in neurophenomenology: Review of a baseline study and recommendations for research approaches

Patricia BockelmanLauren Reinerman-Jones and Shaun Gallagher

A narrative method for consciousness research

José-Luis Díaz

Hypnosis as neurophenomenology

Michael LifshitzEmma P Cusumano and Amir Raz

Timing and Awareness of Movement Decisions: Does Consciousness Really Come Too Late?

Adrian G Guggisberg and Anais Mottaz

A new era for mind studies: training investigators in both scientific and contemplative methods of inquiry

Gaelle Desbordes and Lobsang Tenzin Negi

Effortless awareness: using real time neurofeedback to investigate correlates of posterior cingulate cortex activity in meditators’ self-report

Kathleen GarrisonJuan SantoyoJake DavisThomas Thornhill, Catherine Kerr andJudson Brewer

The balanced mind: the variability of task-unrelated thoughts predicts error-monitoring

Micah AllenJonathan SmallwoodJoanna Christensen, Daniel GrammBeinta Rasmussen, Christian Gaden Jensen, Andreas Roepstorff and Antoine Lutz

Dreaming as mind wandering: evidence from functional neuroimaging and first-person content reports

Kieran C. R. FoxSavannah Nijeboer, Elizaveta SolomonovaG. William Domhoff andKalina Christoff

Executive control and felt concentrative engagement following intensive meditation training

Anthony Paul ZanescoBrandon KingKatherine MacLean and Clifford D Saron

Mindfulness-induced selflessness: a MEG neurophenomenological study

Yair Dor-ZidermanAviva Berkovich-OhanaJoseph Glicksohn and Abraham Goldstein

Exploring the subjective experience of the “rubber hand” illusion

Camila Valenzuela MoguillanskyJ.Kevin O’Regan and Claire Petitmengin

Original Research Article, Published on 10 Oct 2013

The phenomenology of deep brain stimulation-induced changes in OCD: an enactive affordance-based model

Sanneke de HaanErik RietveldMartin Stokhof and Damiaan Denys

The Amsterdam Resting-State Questionnaire reveals multiple phenotypes of resting-state cognition

B. Alexander DiazSophie Van Der SluisSarah MoensJeroen S. Benjamins, Filippo Migliorati, Diederick StoffersAnouk Den Braber, Simon-Shlomo PoilRichard HardstoneDennis Van ‘t Ent, Dorret I. Boomsma, Eco De Geus, Huibert D. Mansvelder,Eus J.W. Van Someren and Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen

Disentangling conscious and unconscious processing: a subjective trial-based assessment approach

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Examining Subjective Experience: Advances in Neurophenomenology

Topic Editors:

Wendy HasenkampMind and Life Institute, USA
Evan ThompsonUniversity of British Columbia, Canada

http://www.frontiersin.org/Human_Neuroscience/researchtopics/Examining_Subjective_Experienc/1163

Juliana Bagdasaryan and Michel LE VAN QUYEN

Microcognitive science: bridging experiential and neuronal microdynamics

Claire Petitmengin and Jean-Philippe Lachaux

The embodied transcendental: a Kantian perspective on neurophenomenology

Omar Timothy KhachoufStefano Poletti and Giuseppe Pagnoni

Reporting dream experience: Why (not) to be skeptical about dream reports

Jennifer Michelle Windt

Methodological lessons in neurophenomenology: Review of a baseline study and recommendations for research approaches

Patricia BockelmanLauren Reinerman-Jones and Shaun Gallagher

A narrative method for consciousness research

José-Luis Díaz

Hypnosis as neurophenomenology

Michael LifshitzEmma P Cusumano and Amir Raz

Timing and Awareness of Movement Decisions: Does Consciousness Really Come Too Late?

Adrian G Guggisberg and Anais Mottaz

A new era for mind studies: training investigators in both scientific and contemplative methods of inquiry

Gaelle Desbordes and Lobsang Tenzin Negi

Effortless awareness: using real time neurofeedback to investigate correlates of posterior cingulate cortex activity in meditators’ self-report

Kathleen GarrisonJuan SantoyoJake DavisThomas Thornhill, Catherine Kerr andJudson Brewer

The balanced mind: the variability of task-unrelated thoughts predicts error-monitoring

Micah AllenJonathan SmallwoodJoanna Christensen, Daniel GrammBeinta Rasmussen, Christian Gaden Jensen, Andreas Roepstorff and Antoine Lutz

Dreaming as mind wandering: evidence from functional neuroimaging and first-person content reports

Kieran C. R. FoxSavannah Nijeboer, Elizaveta SolomonovaG. William Domhoff andKalina Christoff

Executive control and felt concentrative engagement following intensive meditation training

Anthony Paul ZanescoBrandon KingKatherine MacLean and Clifford D Saron

Mindfulness-induced selflessness: a MEG neurophenomenological study

Yair Dor-ZidermanAviva Berkovich-OhanaJoseph Glicksohn and Abraham Goldstein

Exploring the subjective experience of the “rubber hand” illusion

Camila Valenzuela MoguillanskyJ.Kevin O’Regan and Claire Petitmengin

Original Research Article, Published on 10 Oct 2013

The phenomenology of deep brain stimulation-induced changes in OCD: an enactive affordance-based model

Sanneke de HaanErik RietveldMartin Stokhof and Damiaan Denys

The Amsterdam Resting-State Questionnaire reveals multiple phenotypes of resting-state cognition

B. Alexander DiazSophie Van Der SluisSarah MoensJeroen S. Benjamins, Filippo Migliorati, Diederick StoffersAnouk Den Braber, Simon-Shlomo PoilRichard HardstoneDennis Van ‘t Ent, Dorret I. Boomsma, Eco De Geus, Huibert D. Mansvelder,Eus J.W. Van Someren and Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen

Disentangling conscious and unconscious processing: a subjective trial-based assessment approach

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