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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. 28, Issue 10 - October 2016


Coding of Visual, Auditory, Rule, and Response Information in the Brain: 10 Years of Multivoxel Pattern Analysis
pp. 1433-1454
Abstract | PDF (1.4 MB)
Distinct Neural Suppression and Encoding Effects for Conceptual Novelty and Familiarity
pp. 1455-1470
Abstract | PDF (2.18 MB)
Transcranial Random Noise Stimulation Does Not Enhance the Effects of Working Memory Training
pp. 1471-1483
Abstract | PDF (362.63 KB)
Sampling over Nonuniform Distributions: A Neural Efficiency Account of the Primacy Effect in Statistical Learning
pp. 1484-1500
Abstract | PDF (3.02 MB)
Linking Theoretical Decision-making Mechanisms in the Simon Task with Electrophysiological Data: A Model-based Neuroscience Study in Humans
pp. 1501-1521
Abstract | PDF (2.23 MB)
Word Imageability Enhances Association-memory by Increasing Hippocampal Engagement
pp. 1522-1538
Abstract | PDF (668.42 KB)
Memory-reliant Post-error Slowing Is Associated with Successful Learning and Fronto-occipital Activity
pp. 1539-1552
Abstract | PDF (911.05 KB)
Temporal Binding and Segmentation in Visual Search: A Computational Neuroscience Analysis
pp. 1553-1567
Abstract | PDF (2.08 MB)
Integration Processes Compared: Cortical Differences for Consistency Evaluation and Passive Comprehension in Local and Global Coherence
pp. 1568-1583
Abstract | PDF (2.09 MB)
Professional Music Training and Novel Word Learning: From Faster Semantic Encoding to Longer-lasting Word Representations
pp. 1584-1602
Abstract | PDF (4.21 MB)
Short-term Music Training Enhances Complex, Distributed Neural Communication during Music and Linguistic Tasks
pp. 1603-1612
Abstract | PDF (890.26 KB)
Eye Gaze Behavior at Turn Transition: How Aphasic Patients Process Speakers' Turns during Video Observation
pp. 1613-1624
Abstract | PDF (2.75 MB)
Voluntary Saccadic Eye Movements Ride the Attentional Rhythm
pp. 1625-1635
Abstract | PDF (2 MB)
Neural Measures Reveal Implicit Learning during Language Processing
pp. 1636-1649
Abstract | PDF (1.03 MB)