New Insights into “The Bignetti Model” from Classic and Quantum Mechanics Perspectives

Enrico Bignetti*

New Insights into “The Bignetti Model” from Classic and Quantum Mechanics Perspectives.

In “The continuity of mind”, Spivey21 clearly explained how mind never stops the thinking process. Attractor basins resonating within neuronal networks generate force fields; so, the thinking process
coded by electrochemical signals moves from one network to another attracted by these basins, like a caravel sailing at the mercy of the wind.

As a matter of fact, due to reiterated voluntary actions, cognition is progressively improved in accordance to the expectations; this ex-post evidence reinforces the individual conviction of
possessing FW. Here, an important work issue is that the basic ground of TBM is the idea that intentions.

The results showed that subjects’ ability increased hyperbolically as a function of repetitive trials, up to a physiological limit, thus exhibiting a typical learning-through-experience (LTE) function. Moreover, the introduction of different “press” cues in the same test reduced the slope and the limit of the hyperbole, thus working as distractors.

Experiments performed in rats demonstrating that the rats failed to drink sweet drinks when feeling thirsty for the first time due to sudden water deprivation, confirmed the Tolman’s thesis.45-47 Cathexis may perfectly explain also the results of our press/no-press tests. According to TBM, the cognitive performance.

In conclusion, human cognition proceeds trial after trial to acquire high-levels of knowledge by means of a post-adaptive mechanism; the probabilistic-deterministic shift of the couple ACTION-COGNITION in TBM is the most striking examples of the Darwinian evolution of knowledge,9,11 thus in contrast to the Lamarckian-type of cognition theory based on the mirroring of other’s actions, proposed by Ramachandran. An interesting evidence that emerges from this investigation is that an agent can improve target precision and shorten  the timing of execution of a voluntary action upon repetition of the same stimulating experience.


Psychol Cogn Sci Open J. 2018; 4(1): 24-35. doi: 10.17140/PCSOJ-4-140