Chapter 10

Quantum Mind-Evoked Potential Link

Branko Souček


Background and purpose: This work explains the link between Quantum Mind and the networks of oscillators in the brain. Through Primary Waveforms neural networks and brain component processes are linked to the mind and the behavioral integral processes. </p><p> Material and methods: Generation of Evoked Potentials through interaction of flocks of Primary Oscillators is explained. Computer simulated flock’s responses are matched with experimental EP records, N400, triggered by verbal stimuli. </p><p> Results: Primary Waveforms have been recognized and extracted from EP records. Each Primary Waveform is directly related to the flock of Primary Oscillators in neural structure. EP record is related to a bundle of mental sequences, composed of overlapped Primary Waveforms. Critical parameter in Primary Waveforms is the amplitude of Sensation Elements. Dominant, quantum amplitudes lead to the clustering of Primary Waveforms. </p><p> Conclusions: Mental process is generated by the dynamics of flocks of agents or oscillators in neural structure and regulated by the BRAMA fractal protocol. Experimental data as well as the computer model point to the nested levels in the BRAMA. Each level is composed of about 7 nested waves. The resulting EP is not just a filtered sum of the activity of a large set of individual agents or oscillators. Instead the self-organization of agents space leads to dominant modes, binding the underlying oscillators. These dominant modes produce the dominant components, Primary Waveforms. Although Primary Waveforms are overlapped, it is possible to recognize them, in human and in rodent EP record. </p><p> Applications: New research and clinical methods, based on mind-brain links, through Primary Waveforms. Mind-body cross data banks and related drug testing. Direct mindcomputer interfaces; mind reading machines; thinking machines.

Total Pages: 184-208 (25)

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