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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience



Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience investigates brain–behavior interaction and promotes lively interchange among the mind sciences. Contributions address both descriptions of function and underlying brain events and reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the field, covering developments in neuroscience, neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, neurobiology, linguistics, computer science, and philosophy. JOCN is an online-only publication and is published by the MIT Press and the Cognitive Neuroscience Institute.

Table of Contents

Vol. 22, Issue 9 - September 2010


Methodological Pitfalls in the “Objective” Approach to Consciousness: Comments on Busch et al. (2009)
pp. 1901-1902
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Objective and Subjective Measures of Change Blindness: Where Are the Real Pitfalls?
pp. 1903-1905
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Cannabinoid Modulations of Resting State EEG Theta Power and Working Memory Are Correlated in Humans
pp. 1906-1916
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Contributions of Spatial Working Memory to Visuomotor Learning
pp. 1917-1930
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Lateralized Frontal Eye Field Activity Precedes Occipital Activity Shortly before Saccades: Evidence for Cortico-cortical Feedback as a Mechanism Underlying Covert Attention Shifts
pp. 1931-1943
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The Association between Dopamine DRD2 Polymorphisms and Working Memory Capacity Is Modulated by a Functional Polymorphism on the Nicotinic Receptor Gene CHRNA4
pp. 1944-1954
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Imaging Implicit Morphological Processing: Evidence from Hebrew
pp. 1955-1969
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Approaching the Bad and Avoiding the Good: Lateral Prefrontal Cortical Asymmetry Distinguishes between Action and Valence
pp. 1970-1979
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Cortical Response to Task-relevant Stimuli Presented outside the Primary Focus of Attention
pp. 1980-1992
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Neural Mechanisms of Verb Argument Structure Processing in Agrammatic Aphasic and Healthy Age-matched Listeners
pp. 1993-2011
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Brain Network Dynamics Underlying Visuospatial Judgment: An fMRI Connectivity Study
pp. 2012-2026
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The Word Processing Deficit in Semantic Dementia: All Categories Are Equal, but Some Categories Are More Equal than Others
pp. 2027-2041
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Evidence for Early Morphological Decomposition in Visual Word Recognition
pp. 2042-2057
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The Effect of Parkinson's Disease on the Dynamics of On-line and Proactive Cognitive Control during Action Selection
pp. 2058-2073
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Transient Neural Activation in Human Amygdala Involved in Aversive Conditioning of Face and Voice
pp. 2074-2085
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Modulation of Face Processing by Emotional Expression and Gaze Direction during Intracranial Recordings in Right Fusiform Cortex
pp. 2086-2107
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Roles of Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Orbitofrontal Cortex in Self-evaluation
pp. 2108-2119
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Neural Correlates of Species-typical Illogical Cognitive Bias in Human Inference
pp. 2120-2130
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Coercion and Compositionality
pp. 2131-2140
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The Role of Temporo-parietal Cortex in Subcortical Visual Extinction
pp. 2141-2150
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