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This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Quantum model for sensory perception, QUANTUM MODEL FOR SENSORY PERCEPTION assumes that a) brain is a builder of standardized sensory and cog- nitive mental ima- ges with qualia localizable at senso- ry organs rather than in brain b) decomposes ex- ternal world into objects giving for them names (also activities and names for them since TGD brain is 4-D!) c) provides virtual sensory input to drive the mental image created by real sensory input to standardized sen- sory mental image nearest to it (pat- tern recognition and -completion) d) Negentropic qu- antum entangle- ment between brain, sensory organs and magnetic bo- dy is essential for binding of different mental images, "our" basic sensory qualia are assigned with the sensory organs whereas standard neuroscience assumes that qualia are somehow generated in brain, standard neuroscience assumes that qualia are somehow generated in brain which leads to problems since there seems to be no difference between neural tissues associated with different sensory areas, QUANTUM MODEL FOR SENSORY PERCEPTION assumes that "our" basic sensory qualia are assigned with the sensory organs, a) in conflict with phenomena like phantom pain which can be seen as support for the neuro-science view b) the conflict can be solved by assu- ming that phantom pain is a) either a vivid sensory memory that is real pain localizable to the body part still existing in the geo- metric past b) or localizable to a still existing magnetic body part assignable to the missing leg, QUANTUM MODEL FOR SENSORY PERCEPTION leads to a model for sensory receptor a) sensory reception is ana- logous to di-electric break- down in which a lot of charge flows between electrodes b) At least the first electrode carrying the qualia must be a macrocopic quantum system. Second electrode represents external world. c) The increments of charges at first electrode represents the increments of quantum numbers representing quale. In the case of color vision the charges would correspond to color charges d) Basic prediction: qualia appear as pairs: quale and conjugate quale like color and conjugate color e) The communication of sen- sory input to magnetic body would be involved with the interpretation of the basic sen- sory input. f) Model does not exclude the possibility that lower level sel- ves such as neurons have sen- sory qualia: these would not be "our" qualia however. Hierar- chy of qualia is quite possible., QUANTUM MODEL FOR SENSORY PERCEPTION is apparently a) in conflict with phenomena like phantom pain which can be seen as support for the neuro-science view b) the conflict can be solved by assu- ming that phantom pain