Quantum psyche

At the end of the 19th century Sigmund Freud discovered that our acts and choices are not only decisions of our consciousness, but that they are also deeply determined by our unconscious (the so-called "Freudian unconscious"). During a long correspondence between them (1932-1958) Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Gustav Jung speculated that the unconscious could be a quantum system. This book is addressed both to all those interested in the new developments of the age-old enquiry in the relations between mind and matter, and also to the experts in quantum physics that are interested in a formalisation of this new approach. The description of the "Bilbao experiment" adds a very interesting experimental inquiry into the synchronicity effect in a group situation, linking theory to a quantifiable verification of these subtle effect
Quantum physics
Carminati, Giuliana Galli and Baaquie, Belal E. and Carminati, Federico and Martin, Francois and Demongeot, Jacques and Teodorani, Massimo. (2015). Quantum psyche. South Carolina, United States: CreateSpace Independent Publishing.
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