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The suggestion is that Rose could not keep up with Harden. But neither could Minnesota's entire defense.

Harden poured in 12 consecutive points, but this surge was louder, backed by roaring "M-V-P!" chants, in the fourth.

Other Rockets shot poorly and, as Gibson had said, the Timberwolves defended well enough through four quarters to have a shot in the final seconds that would have sent the game into overtime.

But Butler spun into an off-balance attempt that clanged off the rim.

Butler – a Tomball native and title-thirsty star of a franchise making its first postseason appearance in 14 years – declined to praise his team or seek excuses for why Harden carved openings and tangled switches.

"You don't just guard him with one guy," Butler said. "Everybody has to be in the correct position to challenge shots, contest him at the rim. More important than anything, if there is a miss, we've gotta get the rebound and take off the other way. But we didn't do any of that tonight."

Hunter Atkins

Sports Reporter, Houston Chronicle

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Citation: Hesselmann G and Moors P (2015) Definitely maybe: can unconscious processes perform the same functions as conscious processes? Front. Psychol. 6:584. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00584

Received: 27 March 2015; Accepted: 21 April 2015; Published: 06 May 2015.

Edited by:

Juha Silvanto , University of Westminster, UK

Reviewed by:

Nathan Faivre , Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland David Shanks , University College London, UK

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*Correspondence: Guido Hesselmann, Visual Perception Laboratory, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Charité Mitte, Charitéplatz 1, 10117 Berlin, Germany, guido.hesselmann@charite.de; Pieter Moors, Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Tiensestraat 102, Box 3711, 3000 Leuven, Belgium, pieter.moors@ppw.kuleuven.be

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Stan B Klein While I certainly applaud your critique of this “mindless” research program, you do not go far enough. For starters, we have a review (i.e., Hassin) of conscious vs unconscious processes -- yet never once are we told what consciousness of unconsciousness consist in. More, what flavor of “consciousness” is the YIP placed in opposition to? Sentience? Qualia? Self-consciousness? And so forth. No one knows. Entirely expected from academic psychology; but one might hope for more when the ostensible demonstrations (and that is ALL they are -- since there are no conceptually-grounded theories on offer concerning the targets of inquiry) are about consciousness and its cognates. Had there been an attempt to specify with some theoretically rigor what flavor of consciousness YIC is dealing in, then Dennett’s just so story (I guess I forgot to pay sufficient attention to the cognition and consciousness fossil exhibit the last time I visited the Smithsonian) might have seemed ludicrous on its face. Are we really to believe there were no sentient beings until 50,000 years ago? (or 1.8M, or whatever?) That animals did not feel pain or experience their perceptions (in the sense of “what it is like") until rather recently? And what is positioned in (temporal) comparison to late-breaking consciousness? Reading and math!– which were not part of the fossil OR historical records until several thousand years ago. Some great supporting evidence YIC marshals. Did the idea that we have unconscious processes that underwrite our experiential first-person being just become apparent to social psychology? It would seem so. Reminds me of neuroscience’s big discovery a few years back that, via correlative imaging techniques we "finally know" that memory is not necessarily a snapshot of past experience! Munsterberg (1909) and Bartlett (1932) must be spinning in their graves.

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