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Towards a neurobiological theory of consciousness

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  title={Towards a neurobiological theory of consciousness},
  author={Francis Crick and Christof Koch},
  year={1990}
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~workin~ ~~~. We outfit several lines ofexp~‘~~~ work that might advance the understanding of the neural mechanisms involved. The neural basis of very short-term memory especia& needs more exjw%nental study. 

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