Stato alterate de conscientia

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Un stato alterate de conscientia,[1] etiam nominate alterate stato de mente o alteration de mente, es alicun condition que es differente vehemente del stato vigilia normal.[1] In stato vigilia normal, le patrono unda cerebro es nominate un unda beta.[1] Le expression era prime usate in 1966 ab Arnold M. Ludwig,[2] e deveniva in usage commun ab Charles Tart.[3][4]

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  1. 1,0 1,1 1,2 In the normal waking state the brain wave pattern is called a beta wave. Bundzen P.V; Korotkov K.G. & Unestahl L.E. 2002. "Altered states of consciousness: review of experimental data obtained with a multiple techniques approach". J. Alternative Complementary Medicine 8 (2): 153–65. doi:10.1089/107555302317371442. PMID 12006123. 
  2. "Altered states of consciousness (presentation to symposium on Possession States in Primitive People)" . Archives of General Psychiatry 15 (3): 225. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1966.01730150001001. Recuperate le 29 September 2010. 
  3. Tart, Charles T. 1969. Altered states of consciousness: a book of readings. New York: Wiley. ISBN 0-471-84560-4. 
  4. Tart, Charles T. 2001. States of consciousness. ISBN 0-595-15196-5.