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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. 23, Issue 10 - October 2011


What Does Broca's Area Activation to Sentences Reflect?
pp. 2629-2631
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Some Regions within Broca's Area Do Respond More Strongly to Sentences than to Linguistically Degraded Stimuli: A Comment on Rogalsky and Hickok (2011)
pp. 2632-2635
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Puddles, Parties, and Professors: Linking Word Categorization to Neural Patterns of Visuospatial Coding
pp. 2636-2649
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When Memory Is Not Enough: Electrophysiological Evidence for Goal-dependent Use of Working Memory Representations in Guiding Visual Attention
pp. 2650-2664
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Sublexical Properties of Spoken Words Modulate Activity in Broca's Area but Not Superior Temporal Cortex: Implications for Models of Speech Recognition
pp. 2665-2674
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The Continuity Illusion Does Not Depend on Attentional State: fMRI Evidence from Illusory Vowels
pp. 2675-2689
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Neural Processing of What and Who Information in Speech
pp. 2690-2700
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Influence of Musical Expertise on Segmental and Tonal Processing in Mandarin Chinese
pp. 2701-2715
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Second-language Instinct and Instruction Effects: Nature and Nurture in Second-language Acquisition
pp. 2716-2730
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Effects of Cooperating and Conflicting Prosody in Spoken English Garden Path Sentences: ERP Evidence for the Boundary Deletion Hypothesis
pp. 2731-2751
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Maturational Constraints on the Recruitment of Early Processes for Syntactic Processing
pp. 2752-2765
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Task-invariant Brain Responses to the Social Value of Faces
pp. 2766-2781
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Event-related Repetitive TMS Reveals Distinct, Critical Roles for Right OFA and Bilateral Posterior STS in Judging the Sex and Trustworthiness of Faces
pp. 2782-2796
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Modulatory Effects of Levodopa on Cognitive Control in Young but not in Older Subjects: A Pharmacological fMRI Study
pp. 2797-2810
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Double Dissociation of Dopamine Genes and Timing in Humans
pp. 2811-2821
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Dishabituation of Laser-evoked EEG Responses: Dissecting the Effect of Certain and Uncertain Changes in Stimulus Modality
pp. 2822-2837
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Cooperative and Opposing Effects of Strategic and Involuntary Attention
pp. 2838-2851
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A Neural Region of Abstract Working Memory
pp. 2852-2863
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Functional Connectivity and Coactivation of the Nucleus Accumbens: A Combined Functional Connectivity and Structure-Based Meta-analysis
pp. 2864-2877
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The Neural Correlates of Object Familiarity and Domain Specificity in the Human Visual Cortex: An fMRI Study
pp. 2878-2891
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The Corollary Discharge in Humans Is Related to Synchronous Neural Oscillations
pp. 2892-2904
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Cortical Mechanisms of Cognitive Control for Shifting Attention in Vision and Working Memory
pp. 2905-2919
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Forming Tool Use Representations: A Neurophysiological Investigation into Tool Exposure
pp. 2920-2934
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Mechanisms Underlying the Emergence of Object Representations during Infancy
pp. 2935-2944
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The Default Network Distinguishes Construals of Proximal versus Distal Events
pp. 2945-2955
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Fronto-parietal Areas Necessary for a Multisensory Representation of Peripersonal Space in Humans: An rTMS Study
pp. 2956-2967
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Transient Perceptual Neglect: Visual Working Memory Load Affects Conscious Object Processing
pp. 2968-2982
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Object-based Neglect Varies with Egocentric Position
pp. 2983-2993
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The Late Positive Potential Predicts Subsequent Interference with Target Processing
pp. 2994-3007
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Theta and Gamma Power Increases and Alpha/Beta Power Decreases with Memory Load in an Attractor Network Model
pp. 3008-3020
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Error Awareness Revisited: Accumulation of Multimodal Evidence from Central and Autonomic Nervous Systems
pp. 3021-3036
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Differential Impairment of Remembering the Past and Imagining Novel Events after Thalamic Lesions
pp. 3037-3051
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Perception and Conception: Temporal Lobe Activity during Complex Discriminations of Familiar and Novel Faces and Objects
pp. 3052-3067
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Interactions within and between Corticostriatal Loops during Component Processes of Category Learning
pp. 3068-3083
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Predictive Coding and Pitch Processing in the Auditory Cortex
pp. 3084-3094
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Tonal Expectations Influence Early Pitch Processing
pp. 3095-3104
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Brain Dynamics Sustaining Rapid Rule Extraction from Speech
pp. 3105-3120
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Differential Contributions of Bilateral Ventral Anterior Temporal Lobe and Left Anterior Superior Temporal Gyrus to Semantic Processes
pp. 3121-3131
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Trait Anxiety Modulates the Neural Efficiency of Inhibitory Control
pp. 3132-3145
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Silent Reading of Direct versus Indirect Speech Activates Voice-selective Areas in the Auditory Cortex
pp. 3146-3152
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Seeing Race: N170 Responses to Race and Their Relation to Automatic Racial Attitudes and Controlled Processing
pp. 3153-3161
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Is Morality Unified? Evidence that Distinct Neural Systems Underlie Moral Judgments of Harm, Dishonesty, and Disgust
pp. 3162-3180
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