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NeuroQuantology [NQ] is a novel interdisciplinary journal and particularly publishes articles on quantum physics, neuroscience and neurophilosophy. We need review articles, lecture notes, research-hypothesis papers on neuroscience and quantum physics or interdisciplinary subjects. So your opinions and theories will be directly delivered to interested readers. Please, visit our Author Guidelines section.
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Topics...
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:: 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



As a journal, we need basic articles for newcomers like as neuroscientist and quantum physicist.

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
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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
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Questions?
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:: 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?


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