Free Will and Neurons

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Neurons as Will and Representation: Recordings from the Human Brain

A fascinating neuroscience talk about observations made during single cell recordings during neurosurgery, and how the brain processes conscious representation. He concludes by discussing free will – after demonstrating that decisions can be changed by a single neuron before someone is consciously aware of it, how much are we really in control?

Producer: Allen Institute Featuring: Itzhak Fried
Format: Flash Date: 10/10/11
Length: 00:25:20  
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    Last reviewed: 19 Feb 2012

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Kiume, S. (2012). Free Will and Neurons. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 1, 2015, from


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