Externally controlled involuntary cognitions and their relations with other representations in consciousness.

Abstract

Percepts and action-related urges often enter consciousness insuppressibly. The Reflexive Imagery Task (RIT) was developed to investigate how high-level cognitions (e.g., subvocalizations), too, can enter consciousness in this manner. Limitations of the paradigm include (a) that no data have confirmed subjects' introspections about the involuntary… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.concog.2017.07.003

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