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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. 26, Issue 7 - July 2014


Individual Differences in Crossmodal Brain Activity Predict Arcuate Fasciculus Connectivity in Developing Readers
pp. 1331-1346
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Medial-lateral Organization of the Orbitofrontal Cortex
pp. 1347-1362
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Action Sentences Activate Sensory Motor Regions in the Brain Independently of Their Status of Reality
pp. 1363-1376
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Attention Biases Visual Activity in Visual Short-term Memory
pp. 1377-1389
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Neural Systems Underlying the Reappraisal of Personally Craved Foods
pp. 1390-1402
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Modulating Brain Mechanisms Resolving Lexico-semantic Interference during Word Production: A Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Study
pp. 1403-1417
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A Functional Polymorphism of the MAOA Gene Is Associated with Neural Responses to Induced Anger Control
pp. 1418-1427
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Idiosyncratic Grammars: Syntactic Processing in Second Language Comprehension Uses Subjective Feature Representations
pp. 1428-1444
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On the Utility of Positive and Negative Feedback in a Paired-associate Learning Task
pp. 1445-1453
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Endogenous and Rapid Serial Visual Presentation-induced Alpha Band Oscillations in the Attentional Blink
pp. 1454-1468
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White Noise Improves Learning by Modulating Activity in Dopaminergic Midbrain Regions and Right Superior Temporal Sulcus
pp. 1469-1480
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Motor Intention Determines Sensory Attenuation of Brain Responses to Self-initiated Sounds
pp. 1481-1489
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Quantitative Characterization of Functional Anatomical Contributions to Cognitive Control under Uncertainty
pp. 1490-1506
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The Timing and Neuroanatomy of Conscious Vision as Revealed by TMS-induced Blindsight
pp. 1507-1518
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Neural Correlates of Feedback Processing in Toddlers
pp. 1519-1527
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Impact of Orbitofrontal Lesions on Electrophysiological Signals in a Stop Signal Task
pp. 1528-1545
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Prior Expectations Evoke Stimulus Templates in the Primary Visual Cortex
pp. 1546-1554
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Automatic Bias of Temporal Expectations following Temporally Regular Input Independently of High-level Temporal Expectation
pp. 1555-1571
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Different Neural Networks Are Involved in Audiovisual Speech Perception Depending on the Context
pp. 1572-1586
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Bridging the Divide between Sensory Integration and Binding Theory: Using a Binding-like Neural Synchronization Mechanism to Model Sensory Enhancements during Multisensory Interactions
pp. 1587-1599
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