Apr 28, 2020

Mind Wandering in Sensory Cortices

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Shao-Min Hung, P.-J. Hsieh

Abstract

Mind wandering contains rich phenomenology as we experience moment by moment, however, such linkage between our subjective experiences and the underlying neural mechanism has been missing in the literature. Here we report that the sensory contents of mind wandering recruit corresponding sensory cortices, serving as the neural bases of the sensory contents in mind wandering.

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