Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Computational and Data Sciences
Dr. Uri Maoz
Dr. Aaron Schurger
Dr. Liad Mudrik
In this dissertation, I aim to advance our understanding of human agency and how it is computed. First, I probe the limits of what behavior we can and cannot produce agentically. Secondly, I explore microdosing with psychedelic drugs as a method of perturbing and studying changes to the sense of agency. Thirdly, I use transcranial magnetic stimulation to induce body movements and investigate how the sense of agency is affected. Finally, I summarise my findings and synthesize insights to further our understanding human agency.
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S.M. Wong, "Probing the boundaries of human agency," Ph.D. dissertation, Chapman University, Orange, CA, 2022. https://doi.org/10.36837/chapman.000418
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