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Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences

, Volume 77, Issue 6, pp 592–597 | Cite as

Cross-circuit relations in the human psyche

  • E. V. Balatskii
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Abstract

The author expands some provisions of his previous article, published in the journal Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences (no. 5, 2007). A multilevel model of consciousness is considered; the mechanism of a person’s ascension along the circuits of consciousness is revealed; the nature of the revealed cross-circuit correlations is analyzed; and the role of complexes and imprints in the formation of psychosomatic health is discussed.

Keywords

Neural Circuit Human Consciousness Human Psyche Psychic Distor Psychosomatic Health 
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