Annen, J., Laureys, S., & Gosseries, O. (in press). Consciousness and communication BCIs in severe brain-injured patients. Handbook Brain-Computer Interfacing: Neural Devices for paralysis in neurological practise and beyond. Elsevier.
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Barra, A., Carrière, M., LAUREYS, S., & Martial, C. (in press). From unconscious to conscious: a spectrum of states. In M., Overgaard, J., Mogensen, & A., Kirkeby-Hinrup, Beyond the Neural Correlates of Consciousness. Taylor & Francis.
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Cassol, H., Martial, C., Laureys, S., & Charland-Verville, V. (in press). Les expériences de mort imminente. MethIS.
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Demertzi, A., Tagliazucchi, E., Dehaene, S., Deco, G., Barttfeld, P., Raimondo, F., Martial, C., Fernandez-Espejo, D., Rohaut, B., Voss, H., Schiff, N., Owen, A., Laureys, S., Naccache, L., & Sitt, J. (in press). Human consciousness is supported by dynamic complex patterns of brain signal coordination. Science Advances.
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Martial, C., Cassol, H., Charland-Verville, V., Pallavicini, C., Sanz, C., Zamberlan, F., Martínez Vivot, R., Erowid, F., Erowid, E., LAUREYS, S., Greyson, B., & Tagliazucchi, E. (in press). Neurochemical models of near-death experiences: a large-scale study based on the semantic similarity of written reports. Consciousness and Cognition.
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The real or perceived proximity to death often results in a non-ordinary state of consciousness characterized by phenomenological features such as the perception of leaving the body boundaries, feelings of ...