RE: Hijacking the Brain Circuits With a Nickel Slot Machine

From: Vincent Campbell (
Date: Wed Feb 20 2002 - 12:59:22 GMT

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    This is a jackpot article. Wasn't Phillip trying to say something not
    unlike this a while ago?

    Anyway, the idea that many of our "choices" are possibly a product not of
    choice but of a kind of procedural memory is fascinating.

    What of the consequences for the memes in minds/arefacts debate?


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