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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. 23, Issue 12 - December 2011


Opposite Effects of Cortisol on Consolidation of Temporal Sequence Memory during Waking and Sleep
pp. 3703-3712
Abstract | PDF (195.71 KB)
Opposite Effects of Cortisol on Consolidation of Temporal Sequence Memory during Waking and Sleep
pp. 3703-3712
Abstract | PDF (195.71 KB)
Development of Functional Connectivity during Adolescence: A Longitudinal Study Using an Action–Observation Paradigm
pp. 3713-3724
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When “It” Becomes “Mine”: Attentional Biases Triggered by Object Ownership
pp. 3725-3733
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Act Quickly, Decide Later: Long-latency Visual Processing Underlies Perceptual Decisions but Not Reflexive Behavior
pp. 3734-3745
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Auditory Short-term Memory Capacity Correlates with Gray Matter Density in the Left Posterior STS in Cognitively Normal and Dyslexic Adults
pp. 3746-3756
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Disrupting the Ventral Premotor Cortex Interferes with the Contribution of Action Observation to Use-dependent Plasticity
pp. 3757-3766
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Two Hemispheres for Better Memory in Old Age: Role of Executive Functioning
pp. 3767-3777
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The Interaction of Lexical Semantics and Cohort Competition in Spoken Word Recognition: An fMRI Study
pp. 3778-3790
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Bounded Empathy: Neural Responses to Outgroup Targets' (Mis)fortunes
pp. 3791-3803
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Right Frontal Lobe Mediation of Recollection- and Familiarity-based Verbal Recognition Memory: Evidence from Patients with Tumor Resections
pp. 3804-3816
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I Did It: Unconscious Expectation of Sensory Consequences Modulates the Experience of Self-agency and Its Functional Signature
pp. 3817-3828
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Neural Correlates of Subsecond Time Distortion in the Middle Temporal Area of Visual Cortex
pp. 3829-3840
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Neural Encoding of Objects Relevant for Navigation and Resting State Correlations with Navigational Ability
pp. 3841-3854
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Working Memory and the Hippocampus
pp. 3855-3861
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Observing Degradation of Visual Representations over Short Intervals When Medial Temporal Lobe Is Damaged
pp. 3862-3873
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Enhanced Passive and Active Processing of Syllables in Musician Children
pp. 3874-3887
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The Detection and the Neural Correlates of Behavioral (Prior) Intentions
pp. 3888-3902
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Right Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex Mediates Individual Differences in Conflict-driven Cognitive Control
pp. 3903-3913
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Does Semantic Context Benefit Speech Understanding through “Top–Down” Processes? Evidence from Time-resolved Sparse fMRI
pp. 3914-3932
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Vigor in the Face of Fluctuating Rates of Reward: An Experimental Examination
pp. 3933-3938
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“She” Is Not Like “I”: The Tie between Language and Action Is in Our Imagination
pp. 3939-3948
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Activation of Fusiform Face Area by Greebles Is Related to Face Similarity but Not Expertise
pp. 3949-3958
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Neural Correlates of Confidence during Item Recognition and Source Memory Retrieval: Evidence for Both Dual-process and Strength Memory Theories
pp. 3959-3971
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A Comprehensive Three-dimensional Cortical Map of Vowel Space
pp. 3972-3982
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Brain Regions Engaged by Part- and Whole-task Performance in a Video Game: A Model-based Test of the Decomposition Hypothesis
pp. 3983-3997
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Timing Spatial Conflict within the Parietal Cortex: A TMS Study
pp. 3998-4007
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Different Brain Activities Predict Retrieval Success during Emotional and Semantic Encoding
pp. 4008-4021
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Behavioral Interpretations of Intrinsic Connectivity Networks
pp. 4022-4037
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Discriminating between Auditory and Motor Cortical Responses to Speech and Nonspeech Mouth Sounds
pp. 4038-4047
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What Does Ipsilateral Delay Activity Reflect? Inferences from Slow Potentials in a Lateralized Visual Working Memory Task
pp. 4048-4056
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Prediction Error Associated with the Perceptual Segmentation of Naturalistic Events
pp. 4057-4066
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The Neurotopography of Written Word Production: An fMRI Investigation of the Distribution of Sensitivity to Length and Frequency
pp. 4067-4081
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The Bimusical Brain Is Not Two Monomusical Brains in One: Evidence from Musical Affective Processing
pp. 4082-4093
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The Temporal Dynamics of Object Processing in Visual Cortex during the Transition from Distributed to Focused Spatial Attention
pp. 4094-4105
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Frontal Oscillatory Dynamics Predict Feedback Learning and Action Adjustment
pp. 4106-4121
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Division of Labor between Lateral and Ventral Extrastriate Representations of Faces, Bodies, and Objects
pp. 4122-4137
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Can We Remember Future Actions yet Forget the Last Two Minutes? Study in Transient Global Amnesia
pp. 4138-4149
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Influence of Aging on the Neural Correlates of Autobiographical, Episodic, and Semantic Memory Retrieval
pp. 4150-4163
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Pre-experimental Familiarization Increases Hippocampal Activity for Both Targets and Lures in Recognition Memory: An fMRI Study
pp. 4164-4173
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TMS to the Lateral Occipital Cortex Disrupts Object Processing but Facilitates Scene Processing
pp. 4174-4184
Abstract | PDF (371.14 KB)