As a student a have had a big problem with Cognitive Psychology concerning its old narrative, “storyteller” methodology. I have been convinced that there must come a paradigm shift towards the more exact, open and interdisciplinary approach based first of all at the quantum mechanics, mathematics and biology. The bifurcation point for me was the book of Sir J. Eccless & Sir K. Popper titled: “The Brain and its Mind”. Influenced by this book I have decided to continue as a lecturer at the Komensky University in Bratislava. As participant of different international scientific congress, conferences from this time I prefer this interdisciplinary approach. For example, after taking part at the Second World Congress of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) in Budapest, Hungary I have attended the scientific conference “Physics and Synergetics” held in Moravsky Krumlov, Czech Republic, etc. In our countries of Central Europe the biggest problem of any scientific research is continually a deficient funding of the Science at all, what is valid especially for basic research. From this reason I am trying from the year 2007 work as researcher-analyst at private company AXON, Slovakia. Shortly speaking, the frame of my recent scientific interest can be characterized as trying to discover factors of the electromagnetic programming in human Brain and Mind interactions, including health problems.
The modern neuroscience demands a mechanism for the theory of mind. The brain stem and hypothalamus are the organs that regulate biochemical life and control the balance of required chemical activity (the biochemical body). They also represent the continuity of the given organism. The self originates from these biochemical processes: the interaction of self with the non-self is represented by second-order representation which occurs mainly in the thalamus. But theory of mind must include also the functions of extra-conscious (sub-conscious) intuition. It means the ability not only to hypothesize what other minds are thinking, but to hypothesize what they are thinking about what they are thinking. We see an underscored role of intuition, motor imagery (integration of premotor cortex and visual information based on intra-parietal sulcus “programmer”) using the neural mechanism of probabilistic prediction. Summarizing that human brain is working due the computational processes of probabilistically calculated predictions of reality.