Neural codes for conscious vision.

@article{ffytche2002NeuralCF,
  title={Neural codes for conscious vision.},
  author={Dominic H. ffytche},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={6 12},
  pages={493-495}
}
What makes cerebral activity conscious - is it the location of the activity or the type of processing taking place? A recent study of binocular fusion adds to the increasing evidence in favour of processing, not location, as the crucial factor. It also provides evidence for the co-localization of perceptual and non-perceptual activity within individual cortical areas.