The Cognitive Unconscious: The First Half Century 

Book The Cognitive Unoconscious

An excellent book published by Arthur REBER about implicit (non-conscious) cognition.

Deszo NEMETH (MEMO CRNL) wrote a chapter in this book: Procedural memory: The Role of Competitive Neurocognitive Networks Across Development.

“The book shows that unconscious, implicit cognitive processes play a role in virtually everything interesting that human beings do. As the contributors demonstrate, the implicit and explicit elements of cognition form a rich and complex interactive framework that make up who we are.“

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