Volume 13 No 1 (2015)
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Modeling and Measurement of Interpersonal Attraction and Coordination in Charged Social Space-Time
Alan S. Haas
A new interpretation of consciousness proposes that states of the mind and behavior may be treated as containing a net electrochemical charge. In the electrodynamic model, interpersonal interactions would exhibit attraction due to complementarily charged states. While this hypothesis remains to be verified with neuroimaging and other techniques, it is important to consider how psychology would in principle be described using charges in social space-time.
brain charge, electrodynamic, electrochemical brain, interpersonal attraction, coordination dynamics
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