Do we prespond?

chris arkenberg carkenbe@adobe.com
Thu, 23 May 2002 12:00:16 -0700


"I see naked people..."


At 11:59 AM -0700 5/23/02, sateesh narahari wrote:
>Isn't it called the Sixth sense?
>
>--- Jim Whitehead <ejw@cse.ucsc.edu> wrote:
>>
>http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,52703,00.html
>>  "Anybody Really Know What Time Is?"
>>  By Mark K. Anderson
>>
>>  On Tuesday, Dick Bierman of the University of
>>  Amsterdam presented a report
>>  that shook a few foundations.
>>
>>  He repeated and amplified earlier work that studies
>>  emotional responses to
>>  shocking or erotic imagery, seconds before the
>>  subject sees the randomly
>>  timed stimulus.
>>
>>  Bierman's first study, published in 2000 in the book
>>  Toward A Science of
>>  Consciousness III, found his subjects' skin
>>  conductance change one or more
>>  seconds before the disturbing or sexually explicit
>>  images appeared. Yet when
>>  mundane images randomly mixed in with the shocking
>>  ones were shown,
>>  subjects' skin "presponded" differently.
>>
>>  -----
>>
>>  See also:
>>
>http://www.psy.uva.nl/resedu/pn/PUBS/BIERMAN/1998/tucson/tucson3.html
>>  "Anomalous unconscious emotional responses: Evidence
>>  for a reversal of the
>>  arrow of time"
>>  Dick J. Bierman, Dean I. Radin
>>
>>  - Jim
>>
>>
>>
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