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By Hans Liljenström

This quantity is the complaints of the 4th foreign convention on Cognitive Neurodynamics (ICCN2013) held in Sweden in 2013. The incorporated papers mirror the big span of study awarded and are grouped in ten elements which are equipped basically in a top-down constitution. the 1st elements take care of social/interactive (I) and psychological (II) features of mind services and their relation to conception and cognition (III). subsequent, extra particular elements of sensory structures (IV) and neural community dynamics of mind features (V), together with the consequences of oscillations, synchronization and synaptic plasticity (VI), are addressed, by means of papers quite emphasizing using neural computation and data processing (VII). With the subsequent elements, the degrees of mobile and intracellular strategies (VIII) and eventually quantum results (IX) are reached. The final half (X) is dedicated to the contributions invited through the Dynamic mind discussion board (DBF), which was once co-organized with ICCN2013.

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5, 6]. However, there is a huge gap in extant research regarding how the modalities are realized in our brains. In spite of this, some interesting threads can be noticed. For example, the stabilization modality implies that every activity needs to uphold a delicate balance between the extremes of complete segregation and all-encompassing integration. At one extreme, the activity is disintegrated into non-communicating fragments, and at the other extreme, the activity is solidified and unable to change.

I) fundamental lack of understanding what is individual and collective consciousness, (ii) how to bridge group neurodynamics data to the behavioral social phenomena, and (iii) technological challenges addressing simultaneous measurements of brain EM activations and analyses in terms of spatial/temporal synchronizations and spectral coherence for the group of people. Our basic assumptions follow field theoretic consciousness interpretation approach and precede it assuming, that mutually entangled individual mind states create coherent social networks and behavior as well.

Canonical correlation analysis (CCA) method was performed to extract frequency information associated with the SSVEP. A template matching method was used for target identification of c-VEP [1, 2]. As shown in Fig. 2, the ellipse mask is c-VEP stimulation, the Rectangle background is SSVEP stimulation. CCA: canonical correlation analysis method. A template matching method is generally used for target identification. To obtain the template, a training stage must be implemented. The steps of target identification are as follows: 1.

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