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Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience



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. 7, Issue 2 - Spring 1995


Separate Representation of Stimulus Frequency, Intensity, and Duration in Auditory Sensory Memory: An Event-Related Potential and Dipole-Model Analysis
pp. 133-143
Abstract | PDF (3.07 MB)
Susceptibility to Memory Interference Effects following Frontal Lobe Damage: Findings from Tests of Paired-Associate Learning
pp. 144-152
Abstract | PDF (865.45 KB)
ERP Measures Assay the Degree of Expectancy Violation of Harmonic Contexts in Music
pp. 153-164
Abstract | PDF (1.2 MB)
Agrammatism: Behavioral Description and Neurobiological Explanation
pp. 165-181
Abstract | PDF (1.81 MB)
Frames of Reference for Hand Orientation
pp. 182-195
Abstract | PDF (2 MB)
Is There a Social Module? Language, Face Processing, and Theory of Mind in Individuals with Williams Syndrome
pp. 196-208
Abstract | PDF (1.57 MB)
Word and Nonword Repetition Within- and Across-Modality: An Event-Related Potential Study
pp. 209-227
Abstract | PDF (1.81 MB)
Inducing Agrammatic Profiles in Normals: Evidence for the Selective Vulnerability of Morphology under Cognitive Resource Limitation
pp. 228-257
Abstract | PDF (3.18 MB)
Recognition of CVC Syllables from LVF, RVF, and Central Locations: Hemispheric Differences and Interhemispheric Interaction
pp. 258-266
Abstract | PDF (1 MB)
Intermediate-Level Visual Representations and the Construction of Surface Perception
pp. 267-291
Abstract | PDF (3.01 MB)
Surface Area of Human Cerebral Cortex and Its Gross Morphological Subdivisions: In Vivo Measurements in Monozygotic Twins Suggest Differential Hemisphere Effects of Genetic Factors
pp. 292-302
Abstract | PDF (1.5 MB)
Interview with Alfonso Caramazza
pp. 303-309
Abstract | PDF (910.48 KB)