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Can we learn without consciousness ? On the other hand, what is the effect of learning on consciousness? Addressing this controversial issue forms the core of the ensemble of our projects. In this context, we explore three central hypotheses. (1) conscious knowledge implies higher-quality representations, as compared to implicit knowledge, (2) Representations in memory are consolidated by experience and constantly bias information processing, regardless of their quality, and (3) It takes time for high-quality representations to emerge. To explore these ideas, our research combines behavioral methods, computational modelling, and brain imaging methods.
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