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Short answer On the basis of a cursory literature review, I conclude that Jospeh's observations were correct, but his conclusions that a callosotomy can result in a dual consciousness were far stretched. Background First off, I'm not an expert on this topic, but I will give my referenced opinion anyway, as there is no answer yet to this question; Below are ...


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I have never heard a thing like an "inner voice". I take it for a figure of speech. It might be interesting to compare linguality factors. I am bilingual. Maybe there is no way my brain would produce anything like a "voice" (it would have to speak two languages at the same time). Obviously, I'm not complaining. Many people have endophasia, but is not a ...


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Joseph's description of his patients fascinated me. The concept of two minds fighting for control isn't a new one to me, but was previously restricted to science fiction and/or horror genres. How strange to find a real-life example of it. What I find unsatisfying about the explanation of "reduced inhibitory control of the dominant hemisphere over the ...



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