Keywords: neurophenomenology, neurofeedback, multiscale neural dynamics, downward causation, voluntary action Citation: Bagdasaryan J and Le Van Quyen M (2013) Experiencing your brain: neurofeedback as a new bridge between neuroscience and phenomenology. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 7:680. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00680 This is an embedded Microsoft Office document, powered by Office.
We desperately act in ways that are less and less driven by our real values, and that are increasingly driven by our need to be valued. Maybe that anxious, phrenetic energy undermines our ability to stop, reflect, and think. Maybe the best way that we can do to functionally manage is to seek refuge in the comfort of categorical simplicity and binaries: of dramatic hero-villain narratives.
Design Thinking: A View Through the Lens of Practice Discussion Questions [wpdiscuz-feedback id=”vwt8lrauzk” question=”Please leave a feedback on this” opened=”0″] How can the design thinking and doing framework be applied to solving problems in every day living? What characteristics or functions of the design thinking model are analogous to some psychotherapeutic practice models? (i.e. … Read more