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Profile: Arnold Trehub (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
  1. Arnold Trehub (2013). Where Am I? Redux. Journal of Consciousness Studies 20 (1 - 2):207 -225.
    Activation of the brainʼs putative retinoid system has been proposed as the neuronal substrate for our basic sense of being centered within a volumetric surround –- our minimal phenomenal consciousness (Trehub 2007). Here, the assumed properties of the self-locus within the retinoid model are shown to explain recent experimental findings relating to the out-of-body-experience. In addition, selective excursion of the heuristic self-locus is able to explain many important functions of consciousness, including the effective internal representation of a 3D space on (...)
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  2. Arnold Trehub (2009). Two Arguments for a Pre-Reflective Core Self: Commentary on Praetorius (2009). Consciousness and Cognition 18 (1):339-340.
    Neither personal belief nor a phenomenal self model can exist without attachment to a pre-reflective core self.
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  3. Arnold Trehub (2009). Two Arguments for a Pre-Reflective Core Self: Commentary On. Consciousness and Cognition 18 (1):339-340.
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  4. Arnold Trehub (2007). Space, Self, and the Theater of Consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition 16 (2):310-330.
    Over a decade ago, I introduced a large-scale theory of the cognitive brain which explained for the first time how the human brain is able to create internal models of its intimate world and invent models of a wider universe. An essential part of the theoretical model is an organization of neuronal mechanisms which I have named the Retinoid Model (Trehub, 1977, 1991). This hypothesized brain system has structural and dynamic properties enabling it to register and appropriately integrate disparate foveal (...)
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  5. Arnold Trehub (1994). What Does Calibration Solve? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 17 (2):279.
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  6. Arnold Trehub (1982). Looking for Nodes and Edges. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 5 (4):650.
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