Posts Tagged ‘signaling’

My neuro-cognitive project is getting richer and richer any moment I have the time to think about it.
in recent times, I have tried to get some professors’ views about the main outlines I underlined for my potential theory. I was able to draw attention to and specify some of the points I wrote somewhere above here.
Unfortunately, as time goes by I cannot find any occasion until the end of the winter exams session to think of it, so I fear I would need some concentration and relax in order to make it clearer and picture it to the consideration of my tiny public.
The only thing I might tell you by now is that its possible name would assume the concept of aura as the key-role aspect of that theory, from the point of view that thoughts are represented by the idea of the aura of electric signaling pathways neurons create as we think.
More aspects of this rubbish of mine will be published, as I just said, as soon as relax would permit. 😉



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The first part of my cognitive sciences studies had me learn a huge
amount of information and theories about the structures of mental
functions. What my mind was curious about is the role of complexity of
networks neurons create each other, in particular considering:

  • the specific function of every single cell
  • the pathways bio-electric signals run;
  • the intricate neuronal stimulation-inhibition process through time;
  • the idea of thinking being the result of the synchrony of mental activity.

I can not find any study about it through the web. There is the
possibility that this is a well-known theory I am about to study the
soonest tomorrow, but I am doubtful this approach has ever been thought

My central idea is simple. Linking the basic concepts of
neuronal structure (anatomy), activity (physiology) with more
philosophical ideas about mind, it is obvious that something in between
the chain of processes from the molecules to the high cognitive
processes is missing. I, from my low and uncultured position, think
time has the key role in all this chain.

For I have not enough
time to explain my ideas the best way, I postpone a more exhaustive
explanation to a proper occasion, hoping you would be interested again!

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