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Psychological mechanisms of confabulation and anosognosia syndromes.
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M., Blagrove, M. & Harnad,
S. (eds.) Sleep and dreaming:
Scientific advances and reconsiderations.
Solms, M. and Turnbull, O.
(2002). The brain and the inner world. An introduction to the neuroscience
of subjective experience.
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