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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. 24, Issue 4 - April 2012


Why the Assessment of Causality in Brain–Behavior Relations Requires Brain Stimulation
pp. 775-777
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The Differential Contributions of pFC and Temporo-parietal Cortex to Multimodal Semantic Control: Exploring Refractory Effects in Semantic Aphasia
pp. 778-793
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Feedback-related Brain Potential Activity Complies with Basic Assumptions of Associative Learning Theory
pp. 794-808
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Extinguishing Extinction: Hemispheric Differences in the Modulation of TMS-induced Visual Extinction by Directing Covert Spatial Attention
pp. 809-818
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Unconscious and Conscious Processing of Color Rely on Activity in Early Visual Cortex: A TMS Study
pp. 819-829
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Visuo-haptic Neuronal Convergence Demonstrated with an Inversely Effective Pattern of BOLD Activation
pp. 830-842
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Specific Neural Traces for Intonational Discourse Categories as Revealed by Human-evoked Potentials
pp. 843-853
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Dissociation between Awareness and Spatial Coding: Evidence from Unilateral Neglect
pp. 854-867
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What Makes Different People's Representations Alike: Neural Similarity Space Solves the Problem of Across-subject fMRI Decoding
pp. 868-877
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When One Person's Mistake Is Another's Standard Usage: The Effect of Foreign Accent on Syntactic Processing
pp. 878-887
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VBM–DTI Correlates of Verbal Intelligence: A Potential Link to Broca's Area
pp. 888-895
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Effects of TMS over Premotor and Superior Temporal Cortices on Biological Motion Perception
pp. 896-904
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Figure–Ground Representation and Its Decay in Primary Visual Cortex
pp. 905-914
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Where the Mass Counts: Common Cortical Activation for Different Kinds of Nonsingularity
pp. 915-932
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Explicit and Implicit Second Language Training Differentially Affect the Achievement of Native-like Brain Activation Patterns
pp. 933-947
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The Neuroanatomy of Visual Enumeration: Differentiating Necessary Neural Correlates for Subitizing versus Counting in a Neuropsychological Voxel-based Morphometry Study
pp. 948-964
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GABAA Agonist Reduces Visual Awareness: A Masking–EEG Experiment
pp. 965-974
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Viewpoint (In)dependence of Action Representations: An MVPA Study
pp. 975-989
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Depth of Conceptual Knowledge Modulates Visual Processes during Word Reading
pp. 990-1005
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Representations of Facial Identity in the Left Hemisphere Require Right Hemisphere Processing
pp. 1006-1017
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Temporal Dynamics of Cognitive–Emotional Interplay in Moral Decision-making
pp. 1018-1029
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