Human Brain Continues to Dream and Process Words During Anesthesia

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A new study entitled “The Conscious Mind: Integrating subjective phenomenology with objective measurements” by the University of Turku and the Hospital District of Southwest Finland has revealed some interesting findings regarding human consciousness. It turns out that even under anesthesia, consciousness continues to function only in an altered state similar to sleep.

The research saw Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology and Anesthesiologist Harry Scheinin’s team, a group centered on the study of anesthesia mechanisms, collaborate with Professor of Psychology Antti Revonsuo’s team, a group


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