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Absent While Awake: How Mind Masking Helps Us Understand Current Thought

Summary: When our minds go blank, the brain enters a mode similar to what it does during deep sleep. Source: university of Liege Researchers from the GIGA CRC In vivo Imaging of the University of Li├Ęge (Belgium), EPF Lausanne and the University of Geneva publish a study which shows that the phenomenology of “mind blanking” …

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