This chapter presents what is known about the anatomy and function of the executive processes to provide a better understanding of them. The discussion covers the sensory and mnemonic representations that remain in posterior cortex, the ensemble of executive processes, the anatomy and physiology of the prefrontal cortex, whether active prefrontal connections necessary for posterior conscious states, access consciousness versus phenomenal consciousness, and bare consciousness.
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