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The Unity of ConsciousnessBinding, Integration, and Dissociation$
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Axel Cleeremans and Chris Frith

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780198508571

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198508571.001.0001

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Temporal binding and the neural correlates of consciousness

Temporal binding and the neural correlates of consciousness

(p.132) Chapter 2.3 Temporal binding and the neural correlates of consciousness
The Unity of Consciousness

Andreas K. Engel

Oxford University Press

This chapter aims to contribute to the ongoing debate about the neural correlates of consciousness from the viewpoint of a particular experimental approach: the study of distributed neuronal processing and of dynamic interactions which implement specific bindings in neural network architectures. The now classic notion of binding and the search for potential binding mechanisms has received increasing attention during the past decade. Having been introduced first in psychological discourse, the issue of binding has now advanced into the focus of research in other disciplines within cognitive science in areas such as neural network modeling, philosophy of mind, and cognitive neuroscience.

Keywords:   temporal binding, neural correlates, consciousness, neuronal processing, neural network modeling, cognitive neuroscience

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