Non-Classical Correlations in Bistable Perception?

Axiomathes 21 (2):221-232 (2011)
A violation of Bell’s inequalities is generally considered to be the Holy Grail of experimental proof that a specific natural phenomenon cannot be explained in a classical framework and is based on a non-boolean structure of predications. Generalized quantum theory allows for such non-boolean predications. We formulate temporal Bell’s inequalities for cognitive two-state systems and indicate how these inequalities can be tested. This will introduce the notion of temporally non-local measurements. The Necker-Zeno model for bistable perception predicts a violation of these temporal Bell’s inequalities
Keywords Necker-Zeno model  Bistable perception  Bell inequalities
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DOI 10.1007/s10516-010-9135-7
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