What is neurophenomenology? Dr. Aviva Berkovich-Ohana will examine the neurophenomenological approach, which aspires to bridge the gap between and integrate first- person and third-person processes to understanding consciousness. Her presentation will explain a proposed framework to study self-consciousness and its embodied and minimal aspects (phenomenology and related cortical networks). She will also explore theory in practice by describing a series of neurophenomenological studies investigating the sense of self accessed via the dissolution of the sense of boundaries with trained meditators, shedding new light on the multi- dimensionality and flexibility of embodied selfhood.

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