Phantom proposes a Neuroscience of DID

Normals may use language to call up a non me....


Note by Admin 04/23

Language is the means of calling
up a new imaginary shell for sz / shaman
Also think ritual, simple sentences
Incorporating jesus or protagonist, boy girl

It also is the means of appreciation
Because language can direct attention

Since the connection broca tpj is weaker
sz are inclined to manipulate shell in tpj
with their whole body instead of broca alone
ref says simple agency, sz uses whole body

All kind of relatable to ref 1


Two important refs for text by Admin



About TPJ - self body vs others

Impaired Self-Agency in Functional Movement Disorders: A Resting-State fMRI Study

Multilevel Cortical Processing of Somatosensory Novelty: A Magnetoencephalography Study

Different Brain Structures Related to Self- And External-Agency Attribution: A Brief Review and Meta-Analysis

Am I Seeing Myself, My Friend or a Stranger? The Role of Personal Familiarity in Visual Distinction of Body Identities in the Human Brain - SDH Vs porn

The Brain Network Reflecting Bodily Self-Consciousness: A Functional Connectivity Study

Insula - The me body & its intelligence

Insula Functional Connectivity in Schizophrenia: Subregions, Gradients, and Symptoms

Functional Abnormalities of the Right Posterior Insula Are Related to the Altered Self-Experience in Schizophrenia

The Role of the Insula in Schizophrenia

And default mode ... DID to relax?? - take note
Disruption of Anterior Insula Modulation of Large-Scale Brain Networks in Schizophrenia [default mode]
!!, Div self to incr bod awar .... B to attain dm]

Aberrant Salience Network (Bilateral Insula and Anterior Cingulate Cortex) Connectivity During Information Processing in Schizophrenia

Error Awareness and the Insula: Links to Neurological and Psychiatric Diseases


Self monitoring - Is it me? In Schizophrenia

Towards a Neuropsychology of Schizophrenia

Mechanisms of Social Cognition

Social Cognition in Humans

The Cognitive Abnormalities Underlying the Symptomatology and the Disability of Patients With Schizophrenia

The Role of Metacognition in Human Social Interactions

Experiences of Alien Control in Schizophrenia Reflect a Disorder in the Central Monitoring of Action

The Positive and Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia Reflect Impairments in the Perception and Initiation of Action

The Perception of Self-Produced Sensory Stimuli in Patients With Auditory Hallucinations and Passivity Experiences: Evidence for a Breakdown in Self-Monitoring

Dissociable Neural Pathways for the Perception and Recognition of Expressive and Instrumental Gestures

Abnormal Monitoring of Inner Speech: A Physiological Basis for Auditory Hallucinations

Verbal Self-Monitoring and Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Patients With Schizophrenia

Comprehension, Encoding, and Monitoring in the Production of Confabulation in Memory: A Study With Schizophrenic Patients

Distinct Roles for Lateral and Medial Rostral Prefrontal Cortex in Source Monitoring of Perceived and Imagined Events

Confabulation in Schizophrenia: Evidence of a New Form?