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La conscience autonoétique dans les métastases cérébrales : regards croisés sur le voyage mental dans le temps

Autonoetic consciousness in patients with brain metastases: Crossed approaches to mental time travel

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Cet article s’intéresse au rôle de la conscience autonoétique, celle qui permet le voyage mental dans le temps. Cette conscience joue un rôle central dans la qualité de vie de patients souffrant de métastases cérébrales (MC). L’article explore deux déclinaisons du voyage mental, la mémoire prospective et la perspective temporelle, à travers un regard neuropsychologique et psychologique. L’article propose des perspectives de recherches cliniques et de prises en charge pour ces patients.

Abstract

This paper focused on the importance of autonoetic consciousness or mental time travel, as a sense of a subjective experience of time in patients with brain metastases (BM). In particular, the common feature between prospective memory (i.e., “remember to remember”) and time perspective (i.e., time profile) may lie in mental time travel. In line with recent studies, they were explored as two psychological and neuropsychological determinants of quality of life in patients with BM. Finally, research perspectives and clinical supports were proposed.

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Guerdoux-Ninot, E., Gomez, A., Darlix, A. et al. La conscience autonoétique dans les métastases cérébrales : regards croisés sur le voyage mental dans le temps. Psycho Oncologie 10, 67–74 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11839-016-0563-5

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Mots clés

  • Métastases cérébrales
  • Conscience autonoétique
  • Voyage mental dans le temps
  • Mémoire prospective
  • Perspective temporelle

Keywords

  • Brain metastases
  • Autonoetic consciousness
  • Mental time travel
  • Prospective memory
  • Time perspective