Neurocognitive Patterns in Cyberspace
Humans process somatosensory information - defined by Kandel, et al as “different forms of energy…transformed by the nervous system into different sensations or sensory modalities: vision, hearing, touch/emotion, taste, and smell”1 – at several levels simultaneously. This information, composed of neuro psychometric indicators (NPI) – the verbal and non-verbal cues of sensory modalities – is manifested in derivative forms of analog (non-verbal) and digital (verbal) forensic evidence.
This forensic evidence provides us with unique cognitive fingerprints, or Cogni-prints®, derived from sub-elements within sensory information. These sub-elements are as unique to . . .