DOI: 10.14704/nq.2012.10.3.562

A Brain Charge Mechanism Modeled in Synchronistic Dyadic Interpersonal Interaction

Alan S. Haas


A simple model of charged brain states in coupled synchronous interpersonal interaction is presented. Active states are treated as electromagnetically positive and passive and receptive states are negative. Cognitive and behavioral action is modeled during simultaneous charge paired dyadic conversational exchange as well as in longer term social decision making processes. Theoretical principles are derived from electrochemical and neurobiological foundations that can be tested using imaging and electrophysiological techniques.

NeuroQuantology | September 2012 | Volume 10 | Issue 3 | Page 482-488


brain charge; synchrony; interpersonal coupling; mirror neuron; interpersonal coordination; coordination dynamics; brain electrodynamics

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