The Physiological Basis and Quantum Versions of Memory and Consciousness
This book arose out of a concern of a lack of understanding of the physiological processes which underlie consciousness. Knowledge related to the origin of consciousness is essential to many disciplines with an interest in human behavior, but because brain damage often produces impaired consciousness, it is especially important to neurologists, neurosurgeons and psychologists in managing patients.
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"... Dr. Hudson has applied his extensive background to consider some normal functions of the human brain, including the perception of pain. This work should interest all who are trying to understand the neural substrates of awareness and experience." - Professor John Kiernan, The University of Western Ontario Professor Stephen M. Sims, MD, The University of Western Ontario"