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- A modern discussion of the storing of information in the brain and the role of neuroscience: Joseph E. LeDoux (2003). Synaptic Self: How Our Brains Become Who We Are. Penguin Books, pp. 10 ff. ISBN 0142001783. “Figuring out the mechanism of consciousness would surely be a major scientific coup, but it wouldn't explain how the brain works, or how our brains make us the individuals we are. ... An understanding of the mystery of personality critically depends on figuring out the unconscious functions of the brain....the many things the brain does that are not available to consciousness.”