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202208.18 Neurocognitive basis of self-transcendence trait (Paper publication) Posted in RESEARCH

The sense of self-transcendence is characterized by the supernaturalness of the expansion of the boundaries of the self into the physical and social environment, and adaptability, such as resilience, is assumed for individuals who are more likely to feel this. The self-transcendence factor of the Powe to Live (with disasters) questionnaire has both of these aspects, and it has begun to show the possibility of cognitive biases and brain processes a common background with the sense of self-agency in action. The presentation at the 2021 meeting in Hannover has now been published as an opinion paper, "Adaptability, supernaturalness, and the neurocognitive basis of the self-transcendence trait: toward an integrated framework through disaster psychology and a self-agency model" in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. (Sugiura)
https://doi.org/10.3389/fnbeh.2022.943809
 

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