A Neurobiological Model lor Near-Death Experiences. 11:The Problem 01 Recall 01 Real
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In this article we propose a scientific approach to explain the fact that some near-death experiencers (NDErs) are able to recollect and verbalize real events occurring in the environment during the experience. Our model assigns a central place to priming, multiple declarative memory, and verbal modules. These biological mechanisms lead to the assimilation of multiple external cues, the consolidation in memory of matched primed environmental events, and the transformation and creation of logically structured functional engrams. Finally, the after-NDE behavioral and verbal interactions between the experiencer and a community of observers are discussed, together with their results.