2006 Houston

Explanatory Models of NDEs 

Bruce Greyson, MD
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Is there a biological basis for the near-death experiences? This is one of the core issues that much of the research into NDEs seeks to answer. In this presentation, Dr. Bruce Greyson, prominent among the world’s NDE researchers and long-time editor of the Journal of Near-Death Studies, reviews each of the major physiological theories about NDEs, countering them with research data that refutes them as explanatory models. Following an analysis of contemporary NDE-related neurological research, Dr. Greyson concludes with an overview of the unique features of NDEs and why none of the physiological models is adequate to explain them, including the question of whether the brain creates consciousness or merely mediates an independent consciousness.            

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