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Percept Mot Skills. 2012 Feb;114(1):185-8.

Asymmetry in human cognition: further replication and extension.

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Oklahoma State University, USA. jim.anderson@okstate.edu

Abstract

Vladimir Lefebvre proposed an algebraic model of self-reflexion in the 1980s. He viewed reflexion as a product of the structure and computational rules of Gamma algebra and his equations are considered metaphors for how consciousness is structured. From the framework of this model, Lefebvre hypothesized an asymmetry in human cognition. One of the early studies supporting his model was conducted by Victorina Lefebvre. Over the years, other studies have been conducted, but not all have shown similar support as the original findings of Victorina Lefebvre. This study attempted to extend her findings in testing whether or not other ambiguous stimuli could be used in support of the model.

PMID:
22582687
DOI:
10.2466/20.22.PMS.114.1.185-188
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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