Monthly
208 pp. per issue
8 1/2 x 11, illustrated
ISSN
0898-929X
E-ISSN
1530-8898
2014 Impact factor:
4.69

Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

Overview

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. 30, Issue 1 - January 2018

Articles

Familiarity Speeds Up Visual Short-term Memory Consolidation: Electrophysiological Evidence from Contralateral Delay Activities
pp. 1-13
Abstract | PDF (2.32 MB)
Got Rhythm? Better Inhibitory Control Is Linked with More Consistent Drumming and Enhanced Neural Tracking of the Musical Beat in Adult Percussionists and Nonpercussionists
pp. 14-24
Abstract | PDF (345.6 KB)
Logical and Methodological Issues Affecting Genetic Studies of Humans Reported in Top Neuroscience Journals
pp. 25-41
Abstract | PDF (549.72 KB)
Cortical Local Field Potential Power Is Associated with Behavioral Detection of Near-threshold Stimuli in the Rat Whisker System: Dissociation between Orbitofrontal and Somatosensory Cortices
pp. 42-49
Abstract | PDF (698.96 KB)
Learning Contextual Reward Expectations for Value Adaptation
pp. 50-69
Abstract | PDF (2.74 MB)
Cross-language Neighborhood Effects in Learners Indicative of an Integrated Lexicon
pp. 70-85
Abstract | PDF (2.05 MB)
Functional Preference for Object Sounds and Voices in the Brain of Early Blind and Sighted Individuals
pp. 86-106
Abstract | PDF (5.06 MB)
Establishing a Right Frontal Beta Signature for Stopping Action in Scalp EEG: Implications for Testing Inhibitory Control in Other Task Contexts
pp. 107-118
Abstract | PDF (3.01 MB)
Occipital Alpha and Gamma Oscillations Support Complementary Mechanisms for Processing Stimulus Value Associations
pp. 119-129
Abstract | PDF (2.44 MB)