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Why We See What We Do: An Empirical Theory of Vision [JOCN 15:7]David BurrArticle2003-10-01
Why the Assessment of Causality in Brain–Behavior Relations Requires Brain Stimu... [JOCN 24:4]Juha Silvanto, Alvaro Pascual-LeoneArticle2012-04-01
Why Some Feedforward Networks Cannot Learn Some Polynomials [NECO 6:4]N. Scott Cardell, Wayne Joerding, Ying LiArticle1994-07-01
Why So Slow?Virginia ValianBook1999-01-07
Why People Are Always Thinking about Themselves: Medial Prefrontal Cortex Activi... [JOCN 30:5]Meghan L. Meyer, Matthew D. LiebermanArticle
Why Only UsRobert C. Berwick, Noam ChomskyBook2016-03-01
Why Faces May Be Special: Evidence of the Inversion Effect in Chimpanzees [JOCN 10:5]Lisa A. Parr, Tara Dove, William D. HopkinsArticle1998-09-01
Why Does the Somatosensory Homunculus Have Hands Next to Face and Feet Next to G... [NECO 10:8]Martha J. FarahArticle1998-11-01
Why Does the Brain Have So Many Visual Areas? [JOCN 1:2]Jon H. KaasArticle1989-04-01
Why Does Large Batch Training Result in Poor Generalization? A Comprehensive Exp... [NECO 30:7]Tomoumi Takase, Satoshi Oyama, Masahito KuriharaArticle
Why Do We Need Artificial Life? [ARTL 1:3]Eric W. Bonabeau, G. TheraulazArticle1994-04-01
Why Do Similarity Matching Objectives Lead to Hebbian/Anti-Hebbian Networks? [NECO 30:1]Cengiz Pehlevan, Anirvan M. Sengupta, Dmitri B. ChklovskiiArticle
Why Bilateral Damage Is Worse than Unilateral Damage to the Brain [JOCN 25:12]Anna C. Schapiro, James L. McClelland, Stephen R. Welbourne, Timothy T. Rogers, Matthew A. Lambon RalphArticle2013-12-01
Why are “What” and “Where” Processed by Separate Cortical Visual Systems? A Comp... [JOCN 1:2]Jay G. Rueckl, Kyle R. Cave, Stephen M. KosslynArticle1989-04-01
Wh-Subjects in English and the Vacuous Movement Hypothesis [LING 31:4]Brian AgbayaniArticle2000-10-01
Wholesale Late Merger: Beyond the A/Ā Distinction [LING 40:3]Shoichi Takahashi, Sarah HulseyArticle2009-07-01
Wholesale Late Merger in Ā-Movement: Evidence from Preposition Stranding [LING 47:1]Juliet StantonArticle
Who's in Control? Proficiency and L1 Influence on L2 Processing [JOCN 17:10]Kerrie E. Elston-Güttler, Silke Paulmann, Sonja A. KotzArticle2005-10-01
Who's Asking?Douglas L. Medin, Megan BangBook2014-02-03
Who Did What and When? Using Word- and Clause-Level ERPs to Monitor Working Memo... [JOCN 7:3]Jonathan W. King, Marta KutasArticle1995-07-01
Who Comes First? The Role of the Prefrontal and Parietal Cortex in Cognitive Con... [JOCN 17:9]Marcel Brass, Markus Ullsperger, Thomas R. Knoesche, D. Yves von Cramon, Natalie A. PhillipsArticle2005-09-01
Who are You Talking About? Tracking Discourse-level Referential Processing with ... [JOCN 19:2]Mante S. Nieuwland, Marte Otten, Jos J. A. van BerkumArticle2007-02-01
The Whitney Reduction Network: A Method for Computing Autoassociative Graphs [NECO 13:11]D. S. Broomhead, M. J. KirbyArticle2001-11-01
White Queen Psychology and Other Essays for AliceRuth Garrett MillikanBook1995-03-02
White Noise Improves Learning by Modulating Activity in Dopaminergic Midbrain Re... [JOCN 26:7]Vanessa H. Rausch, Eva M. Bauch, Nico BunzeckArticle2014-07-01
White Matter Structure Changes as Adults Learn a Second Language [JOCN 24:8]Alexander A. Schlegel, Justin J. Rudelson, Peter U. TseArticle2012-08-01
White Matter Microstructure in Superior Longitudinal Fasciculus Associated with ... [JOCN 23:9]Martin Vestergaard, Kathrine Skak Madsen, William F. C. Baaré, Arnold Skimminge, Lisser Rye Ejersbo, Thomas Z. Ramsøy, Christian Gerlach, Per Åkeson, Olaf B. Paulson, Terry L. JerniganArticle2011-09-01
White Matter Integrity Predicts Delay Discounting Behavior in 9- to 23-Year-Olds... [JOCN 21:7]Elizabeth A. Olson, Paul F. Collins, Catalina J. Hooper, Ryan Muetzel, Kelvin O. Lim, Monica LucianaArticle2009-07-01
White Matter Changes Compromise Prefrontal Cortex Function in Healthy Elderly In... [JOCN 18:3]Christine Wu Nordahl, Charan Ranganath, Andrew P. Yonelinas, Charles DeCarli, Evan Fletcher, William J. JagustArticle2006-03-01
Wh-in-Situ in Mandarin Chinese [LING 36:1]Hooi Ling SohArticle2005-01-01
Wh-in-Situ Does Not Correlate with Wh-Indefinites or Question Particles [LING 38:1]Benjamin BrueningArticle2007-01-01
Which Wič Is Which? Prefixing and Suffixing in Klamath Full-Root Reduplication [LING 35:4]Michael R. Marlo, Nicholas J. PharrisArticle2004-10-01
Which Melodic Universals Emerge from Repeated Signaling Games? A Note on Lumaca ... [ARTL 24:02]Andrea Ravignani, Tessa VerhoefArticle
Wh-Expletives in Hindi-Urdu: The vP Phase [LING 41:1]Emily ManettaArticle2010-01-01
Whether We Tense-Agree Overtly or Not [LING 38:3]Rint SybesmaArticle2007-07-01
Where's ‘Why’? [LING 42:4]Ur Shlonsky, Gabriela SoareArticle2011-10-01
Where the Mass Counts: Common Cortical Activation for Different Kinds of Nonsing... [JOCN 24:4]Frank Domahs, Arne Nagels, Ulrike Domahs, Carin Whitney, Richard Wiese, Tilo KircherArticle2012-04-01
Where the Action IsPaul DourishBook2004-09-01
Where Memory Meets Attention: Neural Substrates of Negative Priming [JOCN 17:11]Tobias Egner, Joy HirschArticle2005-11-01
Where Mathematics, Computer Science, Linguistics, and Biology Meet: Essays in Ho... [COLI 27:4]Article2001-12-01
Where Is the Beat? The Neural Correlates of Lexical Stress and Rhythmical Well-f... [JOCN 29:7]Katerina D. Kandylaki, Karen Henrich, Arne Nagels, Tilo Kircher, Ulrike Domahs, Matthias Schlesewsky, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Richard WieseArticle
Where Genetic Algorithms Excel* [EVCO 9:1]Eric B. Baum, Dan Boneh, Charles GarrettArticle2001-03-01
Where Biology Meets PsychologyValerie Gray HardcastleBook1999-08-27
Where and When the Anterior Cingulate Cortex Modulates Attentional Response: Com... [JOCN 18:5]S. Crottaz-Herbette, V. MenonArticle2006-05-01
When “3” is a Jerk and “E” is a King: Personifying Inanimate Objects in Synesthe... [JOCN 19:6]Daniel Smilek, Kelly A. Malcolmson, Jonathan S. A. Carriere, Meghan Eller, Donna Kwan, Michael ReynoldsArticle2007-06-01
When “It” Becomes “Mine”: Attentional Biases Triggered by Object Ownership... [JOCN 23:12]David J. Turk, Kim van Bussel, Joanne L. Brebner, Andreea S. Toma, Olav Krigolson, Todd C. HandyArticle2011-12-01
When Two Become One: The Role of Oxytocin in Interpersonal Coordination and Coop... [JOCN 25:9]Maayan Arueti, Nufar Perach-Barzilay, Michael M. Tsoory, Barry Berger, Nir Getter, Simone G. Shamay-TsooryArticle2013-09-01
When True Recognition Suppresses False Recognition: Evidence from Amnesic Patien... [JOCN 10:6]Daniel L. Schacter, Mieke Verfaellie, Michael D. Anes, Carrie RacineArticle1998-11-01
When to Take a Gesture Seriously: On How We Use and Prioritize Communicative Cue... [JOCN 29:8]Thomas C. Gunter, J. E. Douglas WeinbrennerArticle
When Time Shapes Behavior: fMRI Evidence of Brain Correlates of Temporal Monitor... [JOCN 21:6]Antonino Vallesi, Anthony R. McIntosh, Tim Shallice, Donald T. StussArticle2009-06-01