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Suggested Topics...
:: How should we think about quantum mechanics? For example, what is meant by a "measurement" in quantum mechanics?
:: Does "wavefunction collapse" actually happen as a physical process? If so, how, and under what conditions? If not, what happens instead?
:: Why and how does some physical matter produce subjective experience?
:: Will an information processing account of the brain produce a complete understanding of all, or only some, aspect of consciousness?
:: What is the relation has animal consciousness to human consciousness?
:: Is some binding process necessary for consious perceptual experience?
:: What is the correct way to describe phenomenal experience such that it can be directly associated with brain computation?
:: Could any computational system that archieves the functionality of the human mind fail to be conscious?
:: What is the appropriate level of description of neural activity such that it will correlate with the contents of consciousness?
:: Has cognitive neuroscience already begun to change the concept of consciousness?
:: Can culture create or merely influence phenomenal consciousness?
:: How large must a neural assembly be to give rise to consciousness?
:: How is it that neuronal activities give rise to thoughts, feelings, and free will?
:: How do neurotransmitters, membrane depolarizations and neural network dynamics produce the redness of rose, or the feeling of happiness?
:: What is quantum mechanics trying to tell us about the nature of Nature?
:: Why did one of the greatest physicists of all time think that no one understands
quantum mechanics? Why did another distinguished physicist declare that quantum mechanics makes absolutely no sense?

As a journal, we need basic articles for newcomers. For Neuroscientist: "Basics of Quantum Physics"
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:: History of Quantum physics
:: Schrödinger Wave function
:: Hilbert space
:: Interferences
:: wave–particle duality
:: quantum biology
:: matrix mechanics
:: uncertainty principle
:: wavefunction collapse
:: quantum logic
:: quantum field theory
:: Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox
:: Everett many-worlds interpretation
:: quantum superposition
:: quantum decoherence
:: quantum zeno effect
:: Schrödinger's cat
:: Copenhagen interpretation

For quantum physicist "Basics of Neuroscience"
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:: single neuron
:: dendrites
:: ion channels/Membrane transport protein
:: synapse
:: action potential
:: neurotransmitters
:: circadian rhythms
:: somatosensory system,
:: perception
:: sensory integration
:: synaptogenesis
:: cell membrane
:: single-unit recording
:: Neuroprosthetic, Brain-computer interface
:: EEG and ERP
:: MEG
:: transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
:: direct cortical stimulation
:: fMRI
:: PET
:: cable theory,
:: Hodgkin–Huxley model
:: neural networks

and also
:: Mind-body interaction
:: Synaptic Transmission and Synaptic Quantum Tunneling
:: Quantum Neurodynamics
:: Dissipative Quantum Model of the Brain
:: Anesthesia and Consciousness
:: Quantum Field Theory of the Brain.
:: Physics of Consciousness
:: Time Perception and Brain
:: Puzzle of consciousness experience
:: Memory and brain
:: History of consciousness research
:: Neural computation
:: Visual awareness/attention
:: Neural Correlates of consciousness
:: Meaning of consciousness
:: Theory of consciousness
:: Gamma oscillation
:: Vision: from photons to phenomenology
:: Biophotons
:: Global workspace and brain
:: Quantum entanglement
:: Remote effect, Distant healing
:: Psi phenomena and quantum aspect
:: Chaos and brain
:: Spinor field
:: Corticons-Solitons
:: Nambu-Goldstone theorem
:: Goldstone boson and instanton


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