The Effects Of Ownership On Memory

A sense of self allows us to distinguish ourselves from our surroundings. Self-referential processing engages the cortical midline structures of the brain, particularly the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) (Kim & Johnson, 2012). Our sense of self can extend to include objects that are considered especially relevant and important; owned-objects fall into this category due to … Read more

The stages of the process of knowledge. Forms of sensual and rational knowledge

The process of cognition includes obtaining information through the senses (sensory cognition), processing of this information by thinking (rational cognition) and material development of cognizable fragments of reality (social practice). There is a close connection between knowledge and practice, in the course of which materialization (objectification) of people’s creative aspirations takes place, the transformation of … Read more