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202212.22 Motor-sensory integration and self-transcendence: cognitive neuroscience connects disaster research and lifelong science (Conference lecture) Posted in EVENT

Self-transcendence refers to the sense and idea of expansion beyond the boundaries of the self in various dimensions, including physical and social, and as an individual characteristic is adaptively enhanced by disaster experience and aging. Prior research has shown an association with functional decline or loss in diverse brain regions, and there have been difficulties in the integrated interpretation of this association with the adaptive nature of the trait. The possibility that this association can be explained by a motor-sensory integration bias reflecting a sense of self-agency was proposed in an invited lecture, " Motor-sensory integration and self-transcendence: cognitive neuroscience connects disaster research and lifelong science" at the IEICE Human Information Processing (HIP) Conference held in Sendai, Japan. (Sugiura)
https://ken.ieice.org/ken/program/index.php?tgs_regid=0fd471f5463c5331e68c6012b050b6917893ce5419896d40a95935c162d134ac&tgid=IEICE-HIP
 

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