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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. 17, Issue 11 - November 2005


Delay-period Activity in the Prefrontal Cortex: One Function Is Sensory Gating
pp. 1679-1690
Abstract | PDF (15.76 MB)
Dynamics of a Temporo-Fronto-Parietal Network during Sustained Spatial or Spectral Auditory Processing
pp. 1691-1703
Abstract | PDF (5.55 MB)
Familiarity Affects the Processing of Task-irrelevant Auditory Deviance
pp. 1704-1713
Abstract | PDF (313.3 KB)
Correlates of Capture of Attention and Inhibition of Return across Stages of Visual Processing
pp. 1714-1727
Abstract | PDF (3.57 MB)
FROST: A Distributed Neurocomputational Model of Working Memory Maintenance
pp. 1728-1743
Abstract | PDF (1.33 MB)
Regional Brain Activation Evoked When Approaching a Virtual Human on a Virtual Walk
pp. 1744-1752
Abstract | PDF (8.75 MB)
Dissociating Reading Processes on the Basis of Neuronal Interactions
pp. 1753-1765
Abstract | PDF (3.95 MB)
When Blue is Larger than Red: Colors Influence Numerical Cognition in Synesthesia
pp. 1766-1773
Abstract | PDF (265.8 KB)
Where Memory Meets Attention: Neural Substrates of Negative Priming
pp. 1774-1784
Abstract | PDF (996.23 KB)
Phonotactic Knowledge and Lexical-Semantic Processing in One-year-olds: Brain Responses to Words and Nonsense Words in Picture Contexts
pp. 1785-1802
Abstract | PDF (5.33 MB)
Early Event-related Potential Effects of Syllabic Processing during Visual Word Recognition
pp. 1803-1817
Abstract | PDF (4.49 MB)