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Internal sensation of pleasure can be explained as a specific conformation of semblance: Inference from electrophysiological findings

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If we can explain memories as first-person inner sensations, how do we explain inner sensation of pleasure? Reporting a possible mechanism that can also interconnect findings at nucleus accumbens, which remained unconnected in the past. https://t.co/PefWs2nS9Z
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Internal sensation of pleasure can be explained as a specific conformation of semblance: Inference from electrophysiological findings https://t.co/q8QumlAsJh https://t.co/LoAU5J5yY5
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Competing Interests

U.S. patent 9477924 pertains to an electronic circuit model of the inter-postsynaptic functional LINK.

Author Contributions

Kunjumon Vadakkan conceived and designed the experiments, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Patent Disclosures

The following patent dependencies were disclosed by the authors:

U.S. patent 9477924 pertains to an electronic circuit model of the inter-postsynaptic functional LINK.

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No raw data or code is used for the work.

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