expérience de mort imminente, NDE, EMI, cerveau, mémoire, coma, paranormal

En mars dernier, une étude du Coma Science Group de l'Université de Liège montrait que les souvenirs liés aux expériences de mort imminente sont différents des souvenirs ordinaires. Ils paraîtraient plus vrais que les souvenirs imaginaires, ou plus étonnant que les souvenirs réels. Comment les scientifiques étudient un sujet à la frontière du paranormal ?

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