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9th MBB Symposium 2022 | BAW - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Karen Simonyan
25:17
How close are we to understanding the brain mechanisms responsible for hallucinations in neurodegenerative diseases? Thanks
Cristina
27:00
Do you have some evidence or hypotheses regarding the neural mechanisms underlying this feeling of this type of presence? Could it be due to a duplicated representation of the self? Which areas other than the TPJ are (presumably) involved and how do they interact? Thinking about insula, EBA, etc.
Karen Simonyan
32:19
Thank You
Cristina
37:48
Thank you for your answer! Do you think (or know) whether an induced altered perception of the self (e.g. through VR) would also induce a different type of presence or a presence with altered features as in the own body perception?
Karen Simonyan
38:09
I would like to know about Musical tinnitus.. mechanism and brain areas involved
Tilman Stephani
38:49
I wondered whether presence hallucinations reflect a general bias towards reporting the presence of others, no matter whether someone else is present or not. Or in other words: do those people who have presence hallucinations also perform worse when detecting someone else who is actually there? (in terms of a criterion shift vs. change of sensitivity)
Alice Laciny
38:56
Maladaptive daydreaming?
Cristina
45:34
thanks a lot!
Aysha Naurein (she/her)
45:36
Thank you very much!
Jessica Hazelton
45:44
Thank you!