Psychology

Psychology

ISSN Print: 2152-7180
ISSN Online: 2152-7199
www.scirp.org/journal/psych
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"Great Expectations—Narratives and the Elicitation of Aesthetic Chills"
written by Felix Schoeller, Leonid Perlovsky,
published by Psychology, Vol.6 No.16, 2015
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[4] Enhancing human emotions with interoceptive technologies
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[6] Dynamics of the knowledge instinct: Effects of incoherence on the cognitive system
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[7] Psychologie du frisson esthétique
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[8] Physics of mind: experimental confirmations of theoretical predictions
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[9] Combining virtual reality and biofeedback to foster empathic abilities in humans
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[10] Sublimity and the Dialectic of Horror and Spirituality
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[11] “Hard science” of psychology, physics of the mind
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[12] Recentering the Sublime: Cognitive and Neuropsychological Approaches
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[13] Physiological correlates and neural circuitry of being moved
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[14] The Sublime as a Mode of Address in Contemporary Environmental Photography
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[15] The chemosensory brain requires a distributed cellular mechanism to harness information and resolve conflicts-is consciousness the forum?
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[16] An" ecological" action-based synthesis
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[17] The Satiation of Natural Curiosity
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[18] Calling for a developmental perspective on action-based consciousness.
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[19] Infer yourself: Interoception and internal" action" in conscious selfhood
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[20] The Knowledge Instinct, Cognitive Functions of Music and Cultural Evolution
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[21] Cognitive Function of Music and Meaning-Making
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[22] Aesthetic Chills: Knowledge-Acquisition, Meaning-Making, and Aesthetic Emotions
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[23] Conflicts everywhere! Perceptions, actions, and cognition all entail memory and reflect conflict
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[24] Conscious content generated by unconscious action-related adjustments
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[25] Action-based synthesis of parental brain consciousness
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[26] Homing in on consciousness: Why is a dream conscious?
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[27] Infer yourself: Interoception and internal “action” in conscious selfhood
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[28] Content encapsulation in consciousness is likely to be incomplete
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[29] Getting back from the basics: What is the role for attention and fronto-parietal circuits in consciousness?
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[30] The science of consciousness must include its more advanced forms
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[31] Origins of emotional consciousness
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[32] Locating consciousness: We are conflicted by the role of conflict
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[33] Insights on consciousness from taste memory research
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[34] Calling for a developmental perspective on action-based consciousness
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[35] Metacognition and conscious experience
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[36] Gödel vs. aristotle: Algorithmic complexity, models of the Mind, and top representations
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[37] At what timescale does consciousness operate?
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[38] Four questions for passive frame theory
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[39] What if consciousness has no function?
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[40] The primary (dis) function of consciousness:(Non) Integration
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[41] Physics of the Mind
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[42] Consciousness of emotions and action selection
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[43] Is conscious content available only to the skeletal muscle system?
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[44] Human consciousness is fundamental for perception and highest emotions
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[45] Explaining consciousness: From correlations to foundations
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[46] Consciousness weaves our internal view of the outside world
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[47] Heavy objects and small children: Developmental data extend the passive frame theory
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[48] The chemosensory brain requires a distributed cellular mechanism to harness information and resolve conflicts–is consciousness the forum?
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[49] Conscious olfaction: Content, function, and localization
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[50] Can skeletomotor action integration occur without consciousness? Evidence from unconscious action inhibition
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[51] An “ecological” action-based synthesis
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[52] Consciousness for perception and for action: A perspective from unconscious binding
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[53] How does consciousness for action relate to attention for action?
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[54] Consciousness around the time of saccadic eye movements
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[55] Homing in on consciousness in the nervous system: An action-based synthesis
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[56] Passive frame theory: A new synthesis.
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[57] Passive frame theory: A new synthesis
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