All Relations between cognitive conflict and consciousness

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Antonella Maselli, Pablo Lanillos, Giovanni Pezzul. Active inference unifies intentional and conflict-resolution imperatives of motor control. PLoS computational biology vol 18 issue 6 2022 35714105 however, recent studies in conditions of multisensory conflict, such as when a subject experiences the rubber hand illusion or embodies an avatar in virtual reality, reveal the presence of unconscious movements that are not goal-directed, but rather aim at resolving multisensory conflicts; for example, by aligning the position of a person's arm with that of an embodied avatar. 2022-06-17 2022-06-20 Not clear
Itsaso Col\\xc3\\xa1s, Almudena Capilla, Ana B Chic. Neural modulations of interference control over conscious perception. Neuropsychologia vol 112 issue 2019 29501793 we found that the stroop-evoked n2 potential (usually associated to conflict detection and localized in the anterior cingulate cortex) was modulated by both conflict detection and conscious perception processes. 2019-01-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hua-Zhan Yin, Dan Li, Junyi- Yang, Wei Li, Jiang Qiu, Ying-Yu Che. Neural Bases of Unconscious Error Detection in a Chinese Anagram Solution Task: Evidence from ERP Study. PloS one vol 11 issue 5 2017 27149300 taken together with the results of dipole source analysis, the n2 (anterior cingulate cortex) might reflect unconscious/automatic conflict monitoring, and the lpc (superior/medial frontal gyrus) might reflect conscious error recognition. 2017-07-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
N Yaro. A matrix of hysteria. The International journal of psycho-analysis vol 78 ( Pt 6) issue 1998 9513013 within the first axis of the matrix, the author proposes to identify the conflict of gender and sexual identity as the unconscious and conscious solutions that a hysteric adopts to the question 'am i a man or a woman?' 1998-05-07 2022-01-10 Not clear
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