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Quantum psychology is an area of, mainly conceptual speculation, which at best should be regarded as protoscience but should be considered by psychologists. The field addresses a number of distinct problems at the interface between matter and mind.

The relationship of mind to the interpretation of results in quantum physicsEdit

Early quantum experiments led to the conclusion that quantum superpositions continued until measured or observed by a conscious observer, and that "consciousness collapsed the wave function". This became known as the "Copenhagen interpretation", after the Danish origin of Nils Bohr, who proposed it. Other psychologically related theories followed. For example the Many-minds interpretation of the quantum results place consciousness of the observers as central to the interpretation of the results.

The understanding of mind and consciousness using quantum conceptsEdit

Main article: Quantum mind

Recent experiments in quantum physics certainly pose important questions about the relationship between consciousness, and cognitive intent, and energy/matter events at the quantum level. The theories of quantum mind argue that consciousness and mind can only be explained by moving to a quantum level of analysis.

Roger Penrose and Stuart Hameroff are leading thinkers and researchers in this field.

Concerning the question where quantum events could be effective in the complex cortical structure and brain dynamics, it is outlined that professors Friedrich Beck and John C. Eccles developed a model for quantal emission process at the synaptic cleft with reasonable results. These authors also discussed in detail the problem of elementary microscopic processes in protein complexes able to survive thermal fluctuations. Quantum evidence was also reached by the physicist Evan Harris Walker. Under the mental-psychological profile, in years from 2003 to 2009, the professors Elio Conte, Andrei Yuri Khrennikov, Orlando Todarello, Antonio Federici, Joseph P. Zbilut, have performed a number of experiments reaching evidence on possible existence of quantum interference effects on mental states during human perception and cognition of ambiguous figures. See further reading[13, 14, 15, 16]. These authors have also realized theoretical contributions on the analysis of quantum interference effects in mental states, and on time dynamics of cognitive entities[13, 14, 15, 16].

Physicists at the University of California, Berkeley believe they have discovered that green plants perform quantum computation in order to capture the sun's light through photosynthesis—evidence of quantum coherence in a living system.[34] Stuart Hameroff noted, in October 2000, that quantum coherence—although, by its mere occurrence in the brain not sufficient to prove its supposed central role in consciousness—had nevertheless been observed. This, he claimed, was significant because so much of the criticism of his model had "come under sharp criticism due to the issue of decoherence, and the question of whether quantum processes of significance can exist in the brain at physiological temperature." (Quantum Mind archives, October 2000 - (11.)). References may be found in Quantum mind -Wikipedia.

Quantum models of memoryEdit

Mari Jibu and Kunio Yasue (1995) were the first researchers that tried to popularize the quantum field theory of Nambu-Goldstone bosons as the one and only reliable quantum theory of fundamental macroscopic dynamics realized in the brain with which a deeper understanding of consciousness can be obtained. This hypothesis was originated by Ricciardi and Umezawa (1967) in a general framework of the spontaneous symmetry breaking formalism, and since then developed into a quantum field theoretical framework of brain functioning called quantum brain dynamics (Jibu and Yasue 1995) and that of general biological cell functioning called quantum biodynamics (Del Giudice et. al., 1986; 1988). There, Umezawa proposed a general theory of quanta of long-range coherent waves within and between brain cells, and showed a possible mechanism of memory storage and retrieval in terms of Nambu-Goldstone bosons characteristic to the spontaneous symmetry breaking formalism.




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References & BibliographyEdit

Key textsEdit

BooksEdit

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PapersEdit

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Additional materialEdit

BooksEdit

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PapersEdit

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DissertationsEdit

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External linksEdit

Stuart HameroffsOverview: Could Life And Consciousness Be Related To The Fundamental Quantum Nature Of The Universe?



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