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Psychopathology (2014) 47 (6): 365–376.
Published Online: 03 October 2014
...Georg Northoff The self is central in our experience and has often been assumed to be necessary for any kind of consciousness in philosophy. Recent investigations in neuroscience demonstrate a particular set of regions such as the cortical midline regions to be associated with the processing...
Psychopathology (2013) 46 (5): 309–319.
Published Online: 07 August 2013
.... Phenomenological philosophy Core disturbance (Grundstörung) Heidelberg School of Psychiatry Delusions Consciousness Berze Binswanger Conrad Gruhle Jung Mayer-Gross Stransky Schizophrenia By the time Jaspers wrote his General Psychopathology (1913) [ 1 ], several theories of a core disturbance...
Psychopathology (2009) 42 (3): 190–200.
Published Online: 27 March 2009
...Karl-Ernst Bühler; Gerhard Heim Janet’s conceptions of the subconscious are restrictively conceived but show important differentiations which are discussed in detail. First, an outline of Janet’s conception of consciousness is presented as well as of the terms of psychic synthesis and the notion...
Psychopathology (2007) 40 (4): 229–235.
Published Online: 29 March 2007
... of view, they may be paralleled to the structure of internal time consciousness as analyzed by Husserl, consisting of a retentional, presentational and protentional function. These synthetic functions, operating at the most basic layer of consciousness, are capable of integrating the sequence of single...
Psychopathology (2004) 37 (6): 259–265.
Published Online: 13 December 2004
...Jon Jureidini Background: Dissociation is often conceptualised as an altered state of consciousness, a trance-like state in which normal barriers between conscious and unconscious memories, desires and beliefs break down and other amnestic barriers emerge. This review explores whether it is likely...