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Integrative Psychophysiology

Integrative Psychophysiology

Authors: 
Evian Gordon
Year: 
2001
Journal: 
International Journal of Psychophysiology 42(2001) 95-108
Abstract: 

This paper attempts to provide an overview of the current status and some possible future directions of ‘Integrative Psychophysiology’. Exemplar integrations are offered for: i the theory of some of the more cited models of the brain as a system; (ii) a numerical simulation of brain dynamics (highlighting the plausibility of exploring mechanisms at the whole brain scale); and (iii) an empirical profile of disturbances in patients with schizophrenia (reflecting a prototypical disorder of overall brain instability and suboptimal integrative information processing). These ‘integrative’ dimensions provide a frame of reference for considering interrelationships among brain dynamics and behaviour, in health and disease.

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