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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. 25, Issue 12 - December 2013


Thought Is a Material: Talking with Mel Bochner about Space, Art, and Language
pp. 2015-2024
Abstract | PDF (623.29 KB)
Extensive Left Temporal Pole Damage Does Not Impact on Theory of Mind Abilities
pp. 2025-2046
Abstract | PDF (765.87 KB)
Perceptual Learning Is Specific to the Trained Structure of Information
pp. 2047-2060
Abstract | PDF (611.86 KB)
Effects of Acute Dopamine Precusor Depletion on Immediate Reward Selection Bias and Working Memory Depend on Catechol-O-methyltransferase Genotype
pp. 2061-2071
Abstract | PDF (173.68 KB)
Blue Light Stimulates Cognitive Brain Activity in Visually Blind Individuals
pp. 2072-2085
Abstract | PDF (690.17 KB)
Robust Selectivity for Faces in the Human Amygdala in the Absence of Expressions
pp. 2086-2106
Abstract | PDF (906.2 KB)
Why Bilateral Damage Is Worse than Unilateral Damage to the Brain
pp. 2107-2123
Abstract | PDF (1.14 MB)
The Impact of Early Amygdala Damage on Juvenile Rhesus Macaque Social Behavior
pp. 2124-2140
Abstract | PDF (253.43 KB)
Development of Risk Taking: Contributions from Adolescent Testosterone and the Orbito-frontal Cortex
pp. 2141-2150
Abstract | PDF (323.21 KB)
Stages of Processing in Associative Recognition: Evidence from Behavior, EEG, and Classification
pp. 2151-2166
Abstract | PDF (1.03 MB)
Dynamic Adjustments of Cognitive Control: Oscillatory Correlates of the Conflict Adaptation Effect
pp. 2167-2178
Abstract | PDF (1.08 MB)
The Selective Role of Premotor Cortex in Speech Perception: A Contribution to Phoneme Judgements but not Speech Comprehension
pp. 2179-2188
Abstract | PDF (323.34 KB)
The Dissociation between Early and Late Selection in Older Adults
pp. 2189-2206
Abstract | PDF (1.15 MB)
Perceptual Sequence Learning Is More Severely Impaired than Motor Sequence Learning in Patients with Chronic Cerebellar Stroke
pp. 2207-2215
Abstract | PDF (198.14 KB)
Brain Activation during Masked and Unmasked Semantic Priming: Commonalities and Differences
pp. 2216-2229
Abstract | PDF (643.53 KB)