Cognitive Processes:

  1. Cognitive Processes:
  • Attention: filtering of attentional resources (e.g., ADHD)
  • Perception: filtering of sensory information (e.g., auditory fMRI, figure-ground perception)
  • Memory: filtering of past experiences (e.g., hippocampal neurons tracking moments)
  1. Brain Mechanisms:
  • Neural substrates: regions of the brain involved in reality filtering (e.g., prefrontal cortex, insular cortex, posterior cingulate cortex)
  • Neural activity: changes in neural activity associated with reality filtering (e.g., increased theta power, differential responses to input and conceptual modality)
  1. Development and Disorders:
  • Developmental disorders: disorders of reality filtering in childhood and adolescence (e.g., autism spectrum disorder)
  • Neurological disorders: disorders of reality filtering in adulthood (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease)
  • Preterm birth: impact of preterm birth on reality filtering (e.g., neurocognitive profile of adults born very preterm)
  1. Philosophical and Conceptual Issues:
  • Ontology: ontological commitment and ontology alignment (e.g., ontology components, ontology across disciplines)
  • Philosophy: philosophical implications of reality filtering (e.g., Quine classes and objects, philosophy on a circle)
  • Ethics: ethical implications of reality filtering (e.g., reality winner prison)
  1. Applications:
  • Clinical interventions: clinical interventions to improve reality filtering in mental health disorders (e.g., reward circuitry function in autism, processing fluency theory of aesthetic pleasure)
  • Performance enhancement: enhancement of reality filtering in cognitive and performance domains (e.g., fractionating the anterior temporal lobe, truth and consequences of perceptual category learning in autism spectrum disorder)
  • Interdisciplinary research: parallels and contrasts in Indian and Western philosophy, physicists identify unique signature to confirm quark-gluon plasma in Universe.
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