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General Reference
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authors
Marc Wittmann
title
Modulations of the experience of self and time
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generic
year
2015
source
Consciousness and Cognition
pages
172-181
volume
38
publisher
Academic Press Inc.

Abstract

Empirical findings in the Cognitive Sciences on the relationship between feeling states and subjective time have led to the assumption that time perception entails emotional and interoceptive states. The perception of time would thereafter be embodied; the bodily self, the continuous input from the body is the functional anchor of phenomenal experience and the mental self. Subjective time emerges through the existence of the self across time as an enduring and embodied entity. This relation is prominently disclosed in studies on altered states of consciousness such as in meditative states, under the influence of hallucinogens as well as in many psychiatric and neurological conditions. An increased awareness of oneself coincides with an increased awareness of time. Conversely, a decreased awareness of the self is associated with diminished awareness of time. The body of empirical work within different conceptual frameworks on the intricate relationship between self and time is presented and discussed.

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  • doi: 10.1016/j.concog.2015.06.008 (Google search)
  • issn: 10902376
  • sgr: 84952720716
  • scopus: 2-s2.0-84952720716
  • pui: 604987161

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