Brianna Morseth

Brianna Morseth is a graduate student in Cognition, Perception, and Cognitive Neuroscience through the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at UCSB with overlapping coursework in Philosophy and Religious Studies. My research interests include the areas of convergence between Buddhist contemplative practice and cognitive science. My current projects involve examining the interplay between concepts of self and mindfulness as well as investigating the effects of meditation on the default mode network and self-referential processing.

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Not In That Dead Body

Significantly more people are willing to entertain the plausibility of reincarnation than are likely to wholeheartedly adopt reincarnation into their existing belief structure. Interdisciplinary pioneers of otherwise uncharted territory in the (CSR) are apt to ask some of the most provocative yet fundamental questions of human existence. These questions extend not only across the lifespan, but also into the realm of continued existence after death.

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