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Koch, C. (2011). Two Roads Less Travelled by Psychoanalysis. Neuropsychoanalysis, 13(1):48-50.

(2011). Neuropsychoanalysis, 13(1):48-50

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Commentary by
Christof Koch

Two recent developments that are of import to discovering the brain basis of the unconscious are discussed: First, the development of optogenetics, allowing the astute neuroscientist to causally intervene in a specified neuronal population in a very specific manner in behaving experimental animals. Second, the development of an information-based account of consciousness—Tononi's integrated information theory.

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