This part presents five chapters on the concept of inhibition. The first chapter discusses the cortical functions that influence inhibition. The second discusses inhibition and cognition. The third discusses the idea that inhibition functions to regulate the accessibility of unwanted traces in memory. The fourth focuses on cognitive inhibition and plausible alternatives to inhibition. The fifth chapter presents a synthesis of the chapters in this part.
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