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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience


Mark D'Esposito, MD, Editor-in-Chief

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. 12, Issue 6 - November 2000


Confidence in Recognition Memory for Words: Dissociating Right Prefrontal Roles in Episodic Retrieval
pp. 913-923
Abstract | PDF (2.74 MB)
An Electrophysiological Test of Directed Forgetting: The Role of Retrieval Inhibition
pp. 924-940
Abstract | PDF (5.15 MB)
True But Not False Memories Produce a Sensory Signature in Human Lateralized Brain Potentials
pp. 941-949
Abstract | PDF (3.26 MB)
The Effect of Learned Perceptual Associations on Visuomotor Programming Varies with Kinematic Demands
pp. 950-964
Abstract | PDF (344.34 KB)
Retrieval Success is Accompanied by Enhanced Activation in Anterior Prefrontal Cortex During Recognition Memory: An Event-Related fMRI Study
pp. 965-976
Abstract | PDF (274.32 KB)
Complementary Category Learning Systems Identified Using Event-Related Functional MRI
pp. 977-987
Abstract | PDF (140.24 KB)
fMRI Studies of Stroop Tasks Reveal Unique Roles of Anterior and Posterior Brain Systems in Attentional Selection
pp. 988-1000
Abstract | PDF (3.77 MB)
Computer-Based Training of Stimulus Detection Improves Color and Simple Pattern Recognition in the Defective Field of Hemianopic Subjects
pp. 1001-1012
Abstract | PDF (3.42 MB)
Mental Imagery of Faces and Places Activates Corresponding Stimulus-Specific Brain Regions
pp. 1013-1023
Abstract | PDF (444.94 KB)
Imaginal, Semantic, and Surface-Level Processing of Concrete and Abstract Words: An Electrophysiological Investigation
pp. 1024-1037
Abstract | PDF (7.05 MB)
Auditory Cortex Accesses Phonological Categories: An MEG Mismatch Study
pp. 1038-1055
Abstract | PDF (1.78 MB)
Neglect Between but Not Within Auditory Objects
pp. 1056-1065
Abstract | PDF (207.96 KB)
Capacity Theory as a Model of Cortical Behavior
pp. 1066-1069
Abstract | PDF (80.71 KB)
Index to Volume 12, Numbers 1–6
pp. 1070-1078
Abstract | PDF (80.41 KB)