Notes on the neurology and phenomenology of hallucinations, chemically or medically induced. Not much here at the moment
My mentioning and citing material to do with scientific use of controlled substances should not be taken as an endorsement of recreational use of controlled substances.
- Qualia Computing, DMT and Hyperbolic Geometry: 1 Million Views Special
- Marianne Freiberger discusses Paul Bressloff’s work in Uncoiling the spiral: Maths and hallucinations (Bressloff et al. 2001, 2002)
- pattern formations
Bressloff, Paul C., Jack D. Cowan, Martin Golubitsky, Peter J. Thomas, and Matthew C. Wiener. 2001. “Geometric Visual Hallucinations, Euclidean Symmetry and the Functional Architecture of Striate Cortex.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 356 (1407): 299–330.
———. 2002. “What Geometric Visual Hallucinations Tell Us about the Visual Cortex.” Neural Computation 14 (3): 473–91.
Carhart-Harris, R. L., and K. J. Friston. 2019. “REBUS and the Anarchic Brain: Toward a Unified Model of the Brain Action of Psychedelics.” Pharmacological Reviews 71 (3): 316–44.
Hoel, Erik. 2021. “The Overfitted Brain: Dreams Evolved to Assist Generalization.” Patterns 2 (5): 100244.
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