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Figure 2: An example of functioning of the global workspace memory. An unconscious process (Circle number 10 for example) gains access to the global workspace by attentional amplification (the thick red arrow). The global workspace then propagates a widespread distribution (the thin red arrows) of the information to other information processing events in the brain (the light red circles). It also makes the information processing events connected to each other (the light black arrows), thus increasing the accessibility of information

Figure 2: An example of functioning of the global workspace memory. An unconscious process (Circle number 10 for example) gains access to the global workspace by attentional amplification (the thick red arrow). The global workspace then propagates a widespread distribution (the thin red arrows) of the information to other information processing events in the brain (the light red circles). It also makes the information processing events connected to each other (the light black arrows), thus increasing the accessibility of information