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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 12 - December 2005


Graded Visual Attention Modulates Brain Responses Evoked by Task-irrelevant Auditory Pitch Changes
pp. 1819-1828
Abstract | PDF (3.68 MB)
Different Effects of Exogenous Cues in a Visual Detection and Discrimination Task: Delayed Attention Withdrawal and/or Speeded Motor Inhibition?
pp. 1829-1840
Abstract | PDF (215.41 KB)
Orthographic Distinctiveness and Semantic Elaboration Provide Separate Contributions to Memory
pp. 1841-1854
Abstract | PDF (4.68 MB)
Conceptual Representations of Action in the Lateral Temporal Cortex
pp. 1855-1870
Abstract | PDF (1.86 MB)
Automatic Priming of Semantically Related Words Reduces Activity in the Fusiform Gyrus
pp. 1871-1885
Abstract | PDF (724.03 KB)
An Effect of Dopamine Depletion on Decision-making: The Temporal Coupling of Deliberation and Execution
pp. 1886-1896
Abstract | PDF (685.56 KB)
The Cerebral Response during Subjective Choice with and without Self-reference
pp. 1897-1906
Abstract | PDF (2.34 MB)
Pushing around the Locus of Selection: Evidence for the Flexible-selection Hypothesis
pp. 1907-1922
Abstract | PDF (456.25 KB)
Effects of Divided Attention on fMRI Correlates of Memory Encoding
pp. 1923-1935
Abstract | PDF (361.41 KB)
Attention and Sensory Gain Control: A Peripheral Visual Process?
pp. 1936-1949
Abstract | PDF (468.69 KB)
Evidence That Autobiographic Memory Retrieval Does Not Become Independent of the Hippocampus: An fMRI Study Contrasting Very Recent with Remote Events
pp. 1950-1961
Abstract | PDF (18.88 MB)
Anticipatory Gain Modulation in Preparation for Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements
pp. 1962-1968
Abstract | PDF (1.61 MB)
Phase Synchronization Analysis of EEG during Attentional Blink
pp. 1969-1979
Abstract | PDF (1.31 MB)