How Psychology Explains Consciousness
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Consciousness is your own awareness of your thoughts, memories, feelings, sensations, and environments. This awareness is subjective.
Your conscious experiences can change from one moment to the next, but your experience of it may seem smooth.
Changes in consciousness can result in changes in perception, thinking, and interpretations of the world.
Changes of consciousness may be a sign of medical conditions, for example, aneurysm, brain infection, brain tumor or injury, dementia, drug use, epilepsy, heart disease, heatstroke, low blood sugar, poisoning, or shock.
If you think you are experiencing changes in consciousness, talk to your doctor.
The study of consciousness does not have a universally accepted operational definition. Modern researchers have proposed two significant theories of consciousness.
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