Cognitively impenetrable


In the biological sciences, the cognitively impenetrable refers to unconscious processes, or basic neural processing operations (Watson & Breedlove, 2018), that are unavailable to the organism through simple introspection.

References:

Watson, N., & Breedlove, M. (2018). The Mind’s Machine—Foundations of Brain and Behavior. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.