January 26, 2011

"Integrated brain activity forms the neural basis for the unity of mind and experience."

Just one sentence (another titles this post) from the first paragraph of the twelfth chapter ("Dynamics: Stability and Diversity") of Prof. Olaf Sporn's book "Networks of the Brain":
"The brain's ability to self-organize and undergo transient state dynamics is crucial for its capability to simultaneously satisfy momentary demands posed by the environment and integrate these exogenous signals with the endogenous activity of brain and body."

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