Understanding Free Will and Consciousness on the Basis of Current Research Findings in Psychology
This chapter takes the view that consciousness and free will are real and effective phenomena. Empirical findings in psychology are used to understand how they function. Free will is said to be a form of action control, including planning and volition. Consciousness, meanwhile, is the brain making input for itself to facilitate cross-communication across different segments of brain and mind.
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