WJNS  Vol.4 No.2 , May 2014
To Knowledge of the Origin of the Brain Mental Activity
Author(s) Evgene A. Yumatov*
ABSTRACT

This paper is devoted towards the origin of a human subjective state, and we present a methodology for studying the origin of brain activity. We were first to reveal that the subjective states of a human being can be subjected to an objective remote registration. Recently we have established the existence of the so-called “psychogenic field”, which reflects the subjective state of human brain. The subjective state of a human being was shown to affect remotely the physicochemical properties of the blood. The interaction of neurophysiological and subjective processes is described in the context of systemic organization of a goal-directed behavior. An original schematic diagram is presented to describe the formation of a subjective brain state. This approach is based on the feedback influence of a psychogenic field on neuronal molecular processes (self-induction in the brain). We propose a paradigm for the origin of a subjective state and possible existence of physical phenomena and brain fields, which are unique for the active brain.


Cite this paper
Yumatov, E. (2014) To Knowledge of the Origin of the Brain Mental Activity. World Journal of Neuroscience, 4, 170-182. doi: 10.4236/wjns.2014.42020.
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