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9th MBB Symposium 2022 | BAW - Shared screen with speaker view
Alex Miklashevsky
01:15:48
thank you!
Giuseppina Porciello
01:15:56
yes
Yi Jen
01:15:59
yes
Aysha Naurein (she/her)
01:16:00
yes
Zahra Abbasi
01:16:01
yes
Jie Gao
01:16:02
yes
Fatima M Felisberti
01:16:09
yes
Vasileia Skrimpa
01:16:12
yes
Juanli Zhang
01:16:13
yes
Fivos Iliopoulos
01:16:17
Yes
Sidney Carls-Diamante
01:16:20
yes
Sirinnaz Ozturk
01:16:26
yes
Mohammad Ali
01:16:28
yes please
Kasia
01:20:08
how do you define presence here?
Silvia Rodriguez-Rozada
01:45:06
Is there any evidence on whether animals (i.e. primates, rodents) can also sense invisible presences or have presence hallucinations?
Shivam Puri
01:45:34
In case of the SOP full body hallucination, when the person feels someone is near them, are there seperate regions responsible that makes the presence feel helpful (as in the antarctica, himalya case) or scary (as in feeling a phantom or a ghost around)?
Vasileia Skrimpa
01:47:12
You mentioned lack of visual, auditory or tactile contact to the presence, but how about phantosmia? Is it involved in the Presence Hallucination?
Samyogita Hardikar
01:47:55
Two half-Qs, both slightly related to the involvement of TPJ.1. Why do you think presence hallucination would be specific to the sensori-motor domain and not multisensory?2. How is TPJ dysfunction different in presence hallucination VS out of body experience etc.
Asena Boyadzhieva
01:49:35
Thank you for the interesting presentation! In your view, are presence hallucinations experienced during sleep paralysis comparable to robot-induced/neurological PHs?
Rebecca Böhme (LiU)
01:50:26
1. How common is the experience of felt presence in the whole population?2. Would felt presence after loss of a loved one be based on the same mechanism/networks?3. What do you think about the idea that felt presence arises based on aberrant predictions or too strong priors?
Matthias Schroeter
01:56:26
Did patients with Parkinson's disease receive drugs such as levodopa with potential hallucinatory side effects? Or antipsychotics on the other side?
Karen Simonyan
01:57:16
How to detect hallucination-like events in rats?
Karsten Mueller
01:57:29
Did some patients also report some kind of "out of body experience"? I.e. "I am behind myself"?
Ammara Nasim
02:01:10
As PHs are not tactile hallucinations, in your first experiment you induced it using the tactile sensations (using robot), how would you correlate it
Jie Gao
02:01:25
I wondered the whole time about the content of the last slide, there seems to be a spiritual / moral / affective dimension in the descriptions of invisible presence given (mostly by western populations?). how to link the levels of description of multisensory /sensorimotor coupling and the explanatory level for experiences encompassing these dimensions (and across cultures)? Do you think that experiences of people from other philosophical spiritual traditions (eg. bouddhism) could inform the neuroscience of sense of presence ?
Jan Ostrowski
02:01:43
In your real-life examples, sense of presence occured in very extreme conditions. How, do you think, levels of stress Play into occurences of presence? And linked to that, is there Research on presence on individuals with PTSD related to Trauma in the past?
Ngoc Tram Do
02:05:15
Many points you mentioned seem to be related to embodiment (rubber hand illusion, phantom limb, etc.). Would you say that embodiment is a necessary part of sense of presence?
bonnie o'malley
02:06:10
How is this so different to children having ‘imaginary friends’? Do we know if it is a similar or overlapping phenomenon?
Karen Simonyan
02:17:50
Thank You
Antonin Fourcade
02:29:41
Q for Dominika Radziun
Felix Klotzsche
02:29:41
============================Please post your questions to Dominika Radziun here:👇
Paula Salamone - LiU
02:38:04
There are two main pathways for interoceptive processing, vagal and somatosensory. Do you think that the blind group had better interoceptive accuracy due to somatosensory pathway?
Nack Srismith
02:38:20
Thanks for such an interesting talk! Did you have a look at potential differences in interoceptive (metacognitive) awareness across the sighted & non-sighted groups? Additionally, if the n were to increase, do you think that there might be a clear split between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ interoceptors in the blind group as well?
Christoph Bamberg (UoA)
02:38:35
Would you expect a difference between congenitally blind and late blind individuals in cardiac interoception? If so, do you think the age at which someone lost sight could play a role?
Paula Salamone - LiU
02:38:41
Thanks for the great talk!
Irena
02:38:57
Very interesting! Did you look at whether interoceptive accuracy in the blind was related to enhanced affective touch perception? (maybe I missed it)
Carina Forster
02:40:14
Great talk!
James Moultrie
02:41:35
What do you think of partial sensory loss? i.e. someone that is only haf blind (one eye non-functional)
Felix Klotzsche
02:44:43
Thank you for your talk and the discussion, Dominika! 👏========@everybody:❔Please post your questions to Irena Arslanova here. 👇
Zahra Abbasi
02:56:02
it was great
Paula Salamone - LiU
02:56:25
thanks for the talk!
İlkay Arı
02:56:32
what did you use for the emotional visual stimuli in the experiment?
Carina Forster
02:56:34
how did you define systole and diastole?
Paula Salamone - LiU
02:57:38
Did you check if the HR was higher than 500, for the diastolic stimuli?
Karen Simonyan
02:57:44
Thank You.. amazing talk
Lina Skora
02:57:49
So did the long duration had to be longer than systole, am I understanding this right?
Paula Salamone - LiU
02:58:51
A loooot of work! Nice, ok! Thanks
Felix Klotzsche
03:01:02
👏 Very interesting and clear talk, Irena!It did not feel long at all. 🙂========@everybody:❓ Please post your questions to Esra Al here. 👇
Paula Salamone - LiU
03:10:09
Thanks for the talk, a more methodological question: did you eliminate the cardiac artifact for the HEP?
Irena
03:10:39
Great talk! Just to clarify, the MEP in the first result are movement-evoked or just during rest?
mherr002
03:11:13
great team! great work, Esra!
Diego CANDIA-RIVERA
03:11:25
isn't the TMS contaminating too much the neural data?
Paula Salamone - LiU
03:11:59
I can imagine the pain of eliminating artifacts! :P I can relate
Felix Klotzsche
03:13:50
The effects on the HEP were observed only during diastole, right? So is the contrast systole vs diastole mostly driven by what happens during diastole?
Diego CANDIA-RIVERA
03:14:24
thank you Esra, nice talk
Felix Klotzsche
03:17:09
👏 Thanks for the talk and interesting answers, Esra!You should come work with us. 😉========@everybody:❓ Please post your questions to Helena Hartmann here. 👇
Nack Srismith
03:27:35
Such an interesting talk, thank you! Do you think the results would have changed if the participants could observe the other person being ‘shocked’? Additionally, would you expect the reported results to be transferred to another decision-based pro-social scenarios?
Felix Klotzsche
03:28:45
📢 Reminder: there will be a second discussion session for this panel on Friday at 9:30AM (GMT+1). Please come by if you still have questions or want to connect to any of the panelists.
Alice Laciny
03:28:54
Thanks for the great talk! Did you say that alexithymia and autism quotient had no effect or that no participants exhibited these traits?
Alice Laciny
03:30:57
thanks :)
MindBrainBody
03:31:38
Poster Evaluation Link: Session A & Bhttps://survey.academiccloud.de/index.php/821215?lang=en
Felix Klotzsche
03:32:10
Great talk - thank you, Helena! 👏