Nov 20, 2012

CEREBRART - Hallucination

Hallucinations are well-known examples of informational chaos in the brain - perceptions that occur in the absence of external stimuli produced by the spontaneous activity of nerve cells in the visual or auditory cortex and thought to be due to the chaotic nature of the autoactivation process and to the failure to recognize them as unreal - to distinguish inner and outer. People who have auditory hallucinations hear sounds and voices that seem to come from outside their heads and cannot recognize that the sounds are actually coming from within.

This CEREBRART work shows two activated brain areas that runs the neurocognitive system into chaotic hallucinatory iteration. Broca’s area (areas 44 and 45) is a region of the inferior frontal lobe with functions linked to speech production. And the auditory cortex of the superior temporal gyrus, the brain area that helps people hear sounds. Continuous feedback information flow between frontal lobe and auditory areas of the temporal lobe are extremely important for volitional speech production. Conversely, impairment of this feedback information flow, as shown here artistically, might be related to hallucinatory phenomena - people hear sounds produced by their own brains.

12 comments:

  1. Yes, I know this... :-)

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  2. Yes, many famous people reported hearing voices, e.g. Andy Warhol represented artistically in my CEREBRART work by some Repetitive Warholesque Voicing Images.

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  3. Very nice hallucination - impressive creative vision!

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  4. please more hallucination pictures, cartoons, images

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  5. Hallucinations aren't an interesting motive In my humble opinion. this picture can express lorenz attractors and chaotic theory of image hallucination as emergence of an unpatterned and increasingly chaotic state in the brain of Andy Warhol like a nightmare on the brain fooling itself by believing in its own hallucinations. Again, just my humble opinion


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  6. I agree that hallucinations are generated through some sort of brain chaos. Chaotic cortical activation may give rise to hallucinations but some hallucinations are non-chaotic e.g. meditation can lead to hallucinations which are often entirely well-organized and can be entertaining!

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  7. When I saw the chaos of this blog place today, I couldn't believe my eyes. Chaotic brain cortical activation may give rise to non-chaotic hallucinations?

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  8. I don't think there are any dragons or non-chaotic hallucinations there. All hallucinations are chaotic. But in my case, I don't have any hallucinations. Doesn't anyone have any personal knowledge or opinions about hallucinations? Are all hallucinations chaotic?

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  9. chaotic destabilization of the visual cortex.produces hallucinations if people are predisposed to hallucinations (schizoid personality or psychotic depression)

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    1. OHWWWW - that "chaotic destabilization of the visual cortex" is just SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO complicated! How to induce cool hallucinations without drugs?

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  10. Ha-Ha-Ha-Hallucinations !

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