Sebastian Dieguez
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Leaving body and life behind: Out-of-body and near-death experience
O Blanke, N Faivre, S Dieguez
The neurology of conciousness, 323-347, 2016
Is poststroke depression a vascular depression?
S Dieguez, F Staub, L Bruggimann, J Bogousslavsky
Journal of the neurological sciences 226 (1-2), 53-58, 2004
Creationism and conspiracism share a common teleological bias
P Wagner-Egger, S Delouvée, N Gauvrit, S Dieguez
Current Biology 28 (16), R867-R868, 2018
Nothing happens by accident, or does it? A low prior for randomness does not explain belief in conspiracy theories
S Dieguez, P Wagner-Egger, N Gauvrit
Psychological science 26 (11), 1762-1770, 2015
Feeling numbness for someone else's finger
S Dieguez, MR Mercier, N Newby, O Blanke
Current Biology 19 (24), R1108-R1109, 2009
Seeing the phantom: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of a supernumerary phantom limb
A Khateb, SR Simon, S Dieguez, F Lazeyras, I Momjian‐Mayor, O Blanke, ...
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 2009
Illusory own body perceptions: case reports and relevance for bodily self-consciousness
L Heydrich, S Dieguez, T Grunwald, M Seeck, O Blanke
Consciousness and cognition 19 (3), 702-710, 2010
The bodily self: Insights from clinical and experimental research
S Dieguez, C Lopez
Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine 60 (3), 198-207, 2017
Total bullshit!: au coeur de la post-vérité
S Dieguez
PUF, 2018
Cotard syndrome
S Dieguez
Neurologic-Psychiatric Syndromes in Focus-Part II 42, 23-34, 2018
Psychopathologie des accidents vasculaires cérébraux
A Carota, S Dieguez, J Bogousslavsky
Psychologie & NeuroPsychiatrie du vieillissement 3 (4), 235-249, 2005
Why ‘healthy conspiracy theories’ are (oxy) morons: statistical, epistemological, and psychological reasons in favor of the (ir) rational view
P Wagner-Egger, G Bronner, S Delouvée, S Dieguez, N Gauvrit
Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 8 (3), 50-67, 2019
Reflections on the popularity of ‘Conspiracy Mentalities’
S Moscovici, E Bonetto, AB Bret, RG Brito, C Codaccioni, S Delouvée, ...
Sigmund Freud and hysteria: the etiology of psychoanalysis
J Bogousslavsky, S Dieguez
Hysteria: The Rise of an Enigma 35, 109-125, 2014
High and low stimulus-driven conflict engage segregated brain networks, not quantitatively different resources
L Chouiter, S Dieguez, JM Annoni, L Spierer
Brain topography 27, 279-292, 2014
Baudelaire’s aphasia: From poetry to cursing
S Dieguez, J Bogousslavsky
Neurological Disorders in Famous Artists-Part 2 22, 121-149, 2007
Distinct contributions of Brodmann areas 1 and 2 to body ownership
R Martuzzi, W Van Der Zwaag, S Dieguez, A Serino, R Gruetter, O Blanke
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (11), 1449-1459, 2015
Doubles Everywhere: Literary Contributions to the Study of the Bodily Self1
S Dieguez
Literary medicine: Brain disease and doctors in novels, theater, and film 31 …, 2013
S Dieguez, G Bronner, V Campion-Vincent, S Delouvée, N Gauvrit, ...
Respond: Comments on Basham et al.’s “Social Science’s Conspiracy-Theory …, 2016
Altered states of bodily consciousness
S Dieguez, O Blanke
Altering consciousness: Multidisciplinary perspectives 2, 237-262, 2011
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