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There is growing evidence that events that do not reach consciousness nevertheless activate parietal and frontal regions, suggesting that they are not sufficient for consciousness to emerge. Because frontal regions are not always activated, one can even wonder whether they are necessary. An alternative possibility is that they reflect a consequence of consciousness, rather than a cause Knapen et al.

Last, oscillatory synchrony is not associated exclusively with a single process, be it feature binding, memory and learning, attention, or consciousness, but should rather be considered as a generic mechanism governing neural interactions. The fact that there can be an independence of the sensory correlates of attention and of consciousness, together with late correlates of visibility modulated by attention and behavioral interactions between attention and consciousness, argues in favor of the cumulative influence: consciousness-related and attention-related neural activities would be integrated in a single decision variable.


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This decision variable would accumulate not only sensory evidence, as in the classical perceptual decision-making framework Smith and Ratcliff, ; Gold and Shadlen, ; Heekeren et al. Whether and how such a variable is implemented remains to be determined experimentally. In any case, one should keep in mind a number of limitations of this model. For instance, one could assume that a decisional process necessarily takes place in anterior regions, and at a late time point along the processing chain. However, a decisional bias can be implemented in sensory regions and be already present before stimulus onset Hesselmann et al.

One should keep in mind that the relationship between the BOLD signal and electrophysiological data is not well established yet Logothetis, , and that the different measures sometimes provide inconsistent results Buracas and Boynton, Third, there are many different types of attention — space-based or feature-based attention, divided or selective attention, top-down and stimulus-driven attention, endogenous or exogenous spatial attention.

There is already good evidence that different forms of attention rely on different networks Corbetta and Shulman, ; Chica et al. Because the different types of attention are implemented differently, it is likely that they interact differently with awareness Chica et al. Even if the cumulative influence hypothesis has its limitations, it is so far the model that fits best with experimental data. Interestingly this model points toward the existence of a sensory neural activity related to consciousness, uncontaminated by other cognitive processes such as attention.

Such an activity could potentially be very close to the immediate subjective experience of the subject.

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This is reminiscent of the idea of phenomenal awareness, that could be distinct from cognitive access Block, It is therefore all the more interesting that neural data sorted according to this integrated subjective report should point toward the existence of an activity in upper visual areas uncontaminated by attention Wyart and Tallon-Baudry, that could potentially be directly related with phenomenal consciousness Hesselmann et al. It therefore seems that consciousness can be distinguished from accompanying cognitive functions at the neural level. It still remains to be determined what is the advantage, from a functional or evolutionary perspective, of having two amplification systems, one related to consciousness and the other to attention, and to what extent the nature of the decisional process is modified by consciousness-related entries.

In particular, is it because of consciousness-related inputs that a capacity-limited cognitive bottleneck appears? Answering those questions would provide us with important clues about the still elusive functional role of consciousness.

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