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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 5 - May 2011


Differential Hemodynamic Response in Affective Circuitry with Aging: An fMRI Study of Novelty, Valence, and Arousal
pp. 1027-1041
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An fMRI Investigation of Attributing Negative Social Treatment to Racial Discrimination
pp. 1042-1051
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Changes in Events Alter How People Remember Recent Information
pp. 1052-1064
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Brain Structure in Young and Old East Asians and Westerners: Comparisons of Structural Volume and Cortical Thickness
pp. 1065-1079
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Action Perception in Individuals with Congenital Blindness or Deafness: How Does the Loss of a Sensory Modality from Birth Affect Perception-induced Motor Facilitation?
pp. 1080-1087
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Right Hemisphere Dominance in Visual Statistical Learning
pp. 1088-1099
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The Role of the Cerebellum in Sub- and Supraliminal Error Correction during Sensorimotor Synchronization: Evidence from fMRI and TMS
pp. 1100-1112
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Steady-state Signatures of Visual Perceptual Load, Multimodal Distractor Filtering, and Neural Competition
pp. 1113-1124
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Deregulated Semantic Cognition Follows Prefrontal and Temporo-parietal Damage: Evidence from the Impact of Task Constraint on Nonverbal Object Use
pp. 1125-1135
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Auditory Target Detection Is Affected by Implicit Temporal and Spatial Expectations
pp. 1136-1147
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Attention Extracts Signal in External Noise: A BOLD fMRI Study
pp. 1148-1159
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Lesion of Primary Visual Cortex in Monkey Impairs the Inhibitory but Not the Facilitatory Cueing Effect on Saccade
pp. 1160-1169
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Activating without Inhibiting: Left-edge Boundary Tones and Syntactic Processing
pp. 1170-1179
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The Literate Brain: The Relationship between Spelling and Reading
pp. 1180-1197
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Decoding Task-based Attentional Modulation during Face Categorization
pp. 1198-1204
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Time-dependent Neural Processing of Auditory Feedback during Voice Pitch Error Detection
pp. 1205-1217
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Habitual versus Goal-directed Action Control in Parkinson Disease
pp. 1218-1229
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Establishing Causal Coherence across Sentences: An ERP Study
pp. 1230-1246
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Picture Superiority Doubly Dissociates the ERP Correlates of Recollection and Familiarity
pp. 1247-1262
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How Different Types of Conceptual Relations Modulate Brain Activation during Semantic Priming
pp. 1263-1273
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