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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. 22, Issue 11 - November 2010


Functional Neuroimaging Can Support Causal Claims about Brain Function
pp. 2415-2416
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Defining the Units of Competition: Influences of Perceptual Organization on Competitive Interactions in Human Visual Cortex
pp. 2417-2426
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Electrical Stimulation of Broca's Area Enhances Implicit Learning of an Artificial Grammar
pp. 2427-2436
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Mental Rotation Requires Visual Short-term Memory: Evidence from Human Electric Cortical Activity
pp. 2437-2446
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The Neural Correlates of Persuasion: A Common Network across Cultures and Media
pp. 2447-2459
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Functional Dissociations within the Ventral Object Processing Pathway: Cognitive Modules or a Hierarchical Continuum?
pp. 2460-2479
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Modulation of BOLD Response in Motion-sensitive Lateral Temporal Cortex by Real and Fictive Motion Sentences
pp. 2480-2490
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Hemicraniectomy: A New Model for Human Electrophysiology with High Spatio-temporal Resolution
pp. 2491-2502
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Development of Hemispheric Specialization for Lexical Pitch–Accent in Japanese Infants
pp. 2503-2513
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The Role of Awareness in Semantic and Syntactic Processing: An ERP Attentional Blink Study
pp. 2514-2529
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A Single Brief Burst Induces GluR1-dependent Associative Short-term Potentiation: A Potential Mechanism for Short-term Memory
pp. 2530-2540
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Neural Mechanisms of Context Effects on Face Recognition: Automatic Binding and Context Shift Decrements
pp. 2541-2554
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Sound Categorization and Conceptual Priming for Nonlinguistic and Linguistic Sounds
pp. 2555-2569
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The Commonality of Neural Networks for Verbal and Visual Short-term Memory
pp. 2570-2593
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Human Anterior Intraparietal and Ventral Premotor Cortices Support Representations of Grasping with the Hand or a Novel Tool
pp. 2594-2608
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Coordinated Roles of Motivation and Perception in the Regulation of Intergroup Responses: Frontal Cortical Asymmetry Effects on the P2 Event-related Potential and Behavior
pp. 2609-2617
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Is There Pain in Champagne? Semantic Involvement of Words within Words during Sense-making
pp. 2618-2626
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Developmental Specialization in the Right Intraparietal Sulcus for the Abstract Representation of Numerical Magnitude
pp. 2627-2637
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Conceptual Priming and Familiarity: Different Expressions of Memory during Recognition Testing with Distinct Neurophysiological Correlates
pp. 2638-2651
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Neural Activity in the Hippocampus and Perirhinal Cortex during Encoding Is Associated with the Durability of Episodic Memory
pp. 2652-2662
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Cognitive and Motor Loops of the Human Cerebro-cerebellar System
pp. 2663-2676
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