Journal: J. Cognitive Neuroscience

Volume 17, Issue 9

1353 -- 1366Sheila E. Blumstein, Emily B. Myers, Jesse Rissman. The Perception of Voice Onset Time: An fMRI Investigation of Phonetic Category Structure
1367 -- 1375Marcel Brass, Markus Ullsperger, Thomas R. Knoesche, D. Yves von Cramon, Natalie A. Phillips. Who Comes First? The Role of the Prefrontal and Parietal Cortex in Cognitive Control
1376 -- 1385Yasuyo Minagawa-Kawai, Koichi Mori, Yutaka Sato. Different Brain Strategies Underlie the Categorical Perception of Foreign and Native Phonemes
1386 -- 1395Jeffrey S. Maxwell, Alexander J. Shackman, Richard J. Davidson. Unattended Facial Expressions Asymmetrically Bias the Concurrent Processing of Nonemotional Information
1396 -- 1409Wolfgang A. Teder-Sälejärvi, F. Di Russo, J. J. McDonald, Steven A. Hillyard. Effects of Spatial Congruity on Audio-Visual Multimodal Integration
1410 -- 1419P. Shaw, J. Bramham, E. J. Lawrence, R. Morris, S. Baron-Cohen, A. S. David. Differential Effects of Lesions of the Amygdala and Prefrontal Cortex on Recognizing Facial Expressions of Complex Emotions
1420 -- 1431Raffaella Ida Rumiati, Peter H. Weiss, Alessia Tessari, Ann Assmus, Karl Zilles, Hans Herzog, Gereon R. Fink. Common and Differential Neural Mechanisms Supporting Imitation of Meaningful and Meaningless Actions
1432 -- 1441M. E. Talkowski, Mark S. Redfern, J. R. Jennings, Joseph M. Furman. Cognitive Requirements for Vestibular and Ocular Motor Processing in Healthy Adults and Patients with Unilateral Vestibular Lesions
1442 -- 1452Francesca Frassinetti, Nadia Bolognini, Davide Bottari, Annalisa Bonora, Elisabetta Làdavas. Audiovisual Integration in Patients with Visual Deficit
1453 -- 1459Keith R. Laws, Giuseppe Sartori. Category Deficits and Paradoxical Dissociations in Alzheimer s Disease and Herpes Simplex Encephalitis
1460 -- 1470Sophie Vangheluwe, Nicole Wenderoth, Stephan P. Swinnen. Learning and Transfer of an Ipsilateral Coordination Task: Evidence for a Dual-layer Movement Representation
1471 -- 1482Gordon W. Gifford III, Katherine A. MacLean, Marc D. Hauser, Yale E. Cohen. The Neurophysiology of Functionally Meaningful Categories: Macaque Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex Plays a Critical Role in Spontaneous Categorization of Species-Specific Vocalizations
1483 -- 1496Stefan Everling, Joseph F. X. DeSouza. Rule-dependent Activity for Prosaccades and Antisaccades in the Primate Prefrontal Cortex

Volume 17, Issue 8

1181 -- 1193Andrew E. Budson, Daniel B. J. Droller, Chad S. Dodson, Daniel L. Schacter, Michael D. Rugg, Phillip J. Holcomb, Kirk R. Daffner. Electrophysiological Dissociation of Picture Versus Word Encoding: The Distinctiveness Heuristic as a Retrieval Orientation
1194 -- 1211Mark Mennemeier, Christopher A. Pierce, Anjan Chatterjee, Britt Anderson, George Jewell, Rachael Dowler, Adam J. Woods, Tannahill Glenn, Victor W. Mark. Biases in Attentional Orientation and Magnitude Estimation Explain Crossover: Neglect is a Disorder of Both
1212 -- 1228Shiro Ojima, Hiroki Nakata, Ryusuke Kakigi. An ERP Study of Second Language Learning after Childhood: Effects of Proficiency
1229 -- 1244Jutta L. Mueller, Anja Hahne, Yugo Fujii, Angela D. Friederici. Native and Nonnative Speakers Processing of a Miniature Version of Japanese as Revealed by ERPs
1245 -- 1260Patrik Vuilleumier, Sophie Schwartz, Stéphanie Duhoux, Raymond J. Dolan, Jon Driver. Selective Attention Modulates Neural Substrates of Repetition Priming and Implicit Visual Memory: Suppressions and Enhancements Revealed by fMRI
1261 -- 1274John R. Anderson, Mark V. Albert, Jon M. Fincham. Tracing Problem Solving in Real Time: fMRI Analysis of the Subject-paced Tower of Hanoi
1275 -- 1292Fatima T. Husain, Thomas P. Lozito, Antonio Ulloa, Barry Horwitz. Investigating the Neural Basis of the Auditory Continuity Illusion
1293 -- 1305Daniel Tranel, Thomas J. Grabowski, Jill Lyon, Hanna Damasio. Naming the Same Entities from Visual or from Auditory Stimulation Engages Similar Regions of Left Inferotemporal Cortices
1306 -- 1315Jason P. Mitchell, Mahzarin R. Banaji, C. Neil Macrae. The Link between Social Cognition and Self-referential Thought in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex
1316 -- 1327Marianne Latinus, Margot J. Taylor. Holistic Processing of Faces: Learning Effects with Mooney Faces
1328 -- 1340Teodora Gliga, Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz. Structural Encoding of Body and Face in Human Infants and Adults
1341 -- 1352Joseph B. Hopfinger, Anthony J. Ries. Automatic Versus Contingent Mechanisms of Sensory-Driven Neural Biasing and Reflexive Attention

Volume 17, Issue 7

981 -- 993Ardesheer Talati, Joy Hirsch. Functional Specialization within the Medial Frontal Gyrus for Perceptual Go/No-Go Decisions Based on What, When, and Where Related Information: An fMRI Study
994 -- 1010Charan Ranganath, Michael X. Cohen, Craig J. Brozinsky. Working Memory Maintenance Contributes to Long-term Memory Formation: Neural and Behavioral Evidence
1011 -- 1017Ari Zvi Zivotofsky, Michael E. Goldberg, Keith D. Powell. Rhesus Monkeys Behave As If They Perceive the Duncker Illusion
1018 -- 1025Cindy M. de Frias, Kristina Annerbrink, Lars Westberg, Elias Eriksson, Rolf Adolfsson, Lars-Göran Nilsson. Catechol O-Methyltransferase Val:::158:::Met Polymorphism is Associated with Cognitive Performance in Nondemented Adults
1026 -- 1042Agatha Lenartowicz, Anthony R. McIntosh. The Role of Anterior Cingulate Cortex in Working Memory is Shaped by Functional Connectivity
1043 -- 1057Gilles Pourtois, Sophie Schwartz, Mohamed L. Seghier, François Lazeyras, Patrik Vuilleumier. Portraits or People? Distinct Representations of Face Identity in the Human Visual Cortex
1058 -- 1073Richard N. A. Henson, Michael Hornberger, Michael D. Rugg. Further Dissociating the Processes Involved in Recognition Memory: An fMRI Study
1074 -- 1086Michele Miozzo, Peter Gordon. Facts, Events, and Inflection: When Language and Memory Dissociate
1087 -- 1097C. E. Longworth, William D. Marslen-Wilson, Billi Randall, Lorraine K. Tyler. Getting to the Meaning of the Regular Past Tense: Evidence from Neuropsychology
1098 -- 1114Durk Talsma, Marty G. Woldorff. Selective Attention and Multisensory Integration: MultiplePhases of Effects on the Evoked Brain Activity
1115 -- 1129Michael E. Hasselmo. A Model of Prefrontal Cortical Mechanisms for Goal-directed Behavior
1130 -- 1149Marlene Behrmann, Galia Avidan, Jonathan J. Marotta, Rutie Kimchi. Detailed Exploration of Face-related Processing in Congenital Prosopagnosia: 1. Behavioral Findings
1150 -- 1167Galia Avidan, Uri Hasson, Rafael Malach, Marlene Behrmann. Detailed Exploration of Face-related Processing in Congenital Prosopagnosia: 2. Functional Neuroimaging Findings
1168 -- 1180Valerie L. Shafer, Mara L. Morr, Hia Datta, Diane Kurtzberg, Richard G. Schwartz. Neurophysiological Indexes of Speech Processing Deficits in Children with Specific Language Impairment

Volume 17, Issue 6

847 -- 849Anjan Chatterjee. A Madness to the Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience?
850 -- 858Lesley K. Fellows, Andrea S. Heberlein, Dawn A. Morales, Geeta Shivde, Sara Waller, Denise H. Wu. Method Matters: An Empirical Study of Impact in Cognitive Neuroscience
859 -- 873Árni Kristjánsson, Patrik Vuilleumier, Paresh Malhotra, Masud Husain, Jon Driver. Priming of Color and Position during Visual Search in Unilateral Spatial Neglect
874 -- 883Raffael Kalisch, Katja Wiech, Hugo D. Critchley, Ben Seymour, John P. O Doherty, David A. Oakley, Philip Allen, Raymond J. Dolan. Anxiety Reduction through Detachment: Subjective, Physiological, and Neural Effects
884 -- 892Friedemann Pulvermüller, Yury Shtyrov, Risto J. Ilmoniemi. Brain Signatures of Meaning Access in Action Word Recognition
893 -- 904Ioan Opris, Andrei Barborica, Vincent P. Ferrera. Microstimulation of the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Biases Saccade Target Selection
905 -- 917Jeffrey R. Binder, C. F. Westbury, K. A. McKiernan, E. T. Possing, David A. Medler. Distinct Brain Systems for Processing Concrete and Abstract Concepts
918 -- 927Michael Rose, Hilde Haider, Christian Büchel. Unconscious Detection of Implicit Expectancies
928 -- 938Lisa Aziz-Zadeh, Luigi Cattaneo, Magali Rochat, Giacomo Rizzolatti. Covert Speech Arrest Induced by rTMS over Both Motor and Nonmotor Left Hemisphere Frontal Sites
939 -- 953Deborah A. Hall, Clayton Fussell, Quentin Summerfield. Reading Fluent Speech from Talking Faces: Typical Brain Networks and Individual Differences
954 -- 968Kimihiro Nakamura, Stanislas Dehaene, Antoinette Jobert, Denis Le Bihan, Sid Kouider. Subliminal Convergence of Kanji and Kana Words: Further Evidence for Functional Parcellation of the Posterior Temporal Cortex in Visual Word Perception
969 -- 980Kim M. Dalton, Ned H. Kalin, Thomas M. Grist, Richard J. Davidson. Neural-Cardiac Coupling in Threat-Evoked Anxiety

Volume 17, Issue 5

707 -- 723W. Todd Maddox, Paul Aparicio, Natalie L. Marchant, Richard B. Ivry. Rule-Based Category Learning is Impaired in Patients with Parkinson s Disease but not in Patients with Cerebellar Disorders
724 -- 739Evelyn C. Ferstl, Mike Rinck, D. Yves von Cramon. Emotional and Temporal Aspects of Situation Model Processing during Text Comprehension: An Event-Related fMRI Study
740 -- 756Cyrille Magne, Corine Astésano, Anne Lacheret-Dujour, Michel Morel, Kai Alter, Mireille Besson. On-line Processing of Pop-Out Words in Spoken French Dialogues
757 -- 767Carrie A. Joyce, Marta Kutas. Event-Related Potential Correlates of Long-Term Memory for Briefly Presented Faces
768 -- 776María Ruz, Michael S. Worden, Pío Tudela, Bruce D. McCandliss. Inattentional Amnesia to Words in a High Attentional Load Task
777 -- 787J. E. Herron, Edward L. Wilding. An Electrophysiological Investigation of Factors Facilitating Strategic Recollection
788 -- 799Radek Ptak, Nathalie Valenza. The Inferior Temporal Lobe Mediates Distracter-Resistant Visual Search of Patients with Spatial Neglect
800 -- 810Jason P. Mitchell, Chad S. Dodson, Daniel L. Schacter. fMRI Evidence for the Role of Recollection in Suppressing Misattribution Errors: The Illusory Truth Effect
811 -- 818Claude Alain, Karen Reinke, Yu He, Chenghua Wang, Nancy Lobaugh. Hearing Two Things at Once: Neurophysiological Indices of Speech Segregation and Identification
819 -- 831Stephen R. Arnott, Cheryl L. Grady, Stephanie J. Hevenor, Simon Graham, Claude Alain. The Functional Organization of Auditory Working Memory as Revealed by fMRI
832 -- 846David M. Schnyer, Lindsay Nicholls, Mieke Verfaellie. The Role of VMPC in Metamemorial Judgments of Content Retrievability

Volume 17, Issue 4

543 -- 553John Schwoebel, H. Branch Coslett. Evidence for Multiple, Distinct Representations of the Human Body
554 -- 568Marlene Behrmann, Jonathan J. Marotta, Isabel Gauthier, Michael J. Tarr, Thomas J. McKeeff. Behavioral Change and Its Neural Correlates in Visual Agnosia After Expertise Training
569 -- 579Anthony M. Norcia, Francesca Pei, Yoram Bonneh, Chuan Hou, Vanitha Sampath, Mark W. Pettet. Development of Sensitivity to Texture and Contour Information in the Human Infant
580 -- 590Alice J. O Toole, Fang Jiang, Hervé Abdi, James V. Haxby. Partially Distributed Representations of Objects and Faces in Ventral Temporal Cortex
591 -- 604Gaia Scerif, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Ruth Campos, Mayada Elsabbagh, Jon Driver, Kim Cornish. To Look or Not to Look? Typical and Atypical Development of Oculomotor Control
605 -- 622Donna Coch, Lisa D. Sanders, Helen J. Neville. An Event-related Potential Study of Selective Auditory Attention in Children and Adults
623 -- 631Jennifer Merva Stedron, Sarah Devi Sahni, Yuko Munakata. Common Mechanisms for Working Memory and Attention: The Case of Perseveration with Visible Solutions
632 -- 640Marc Himmelbach, Hans-Otto Karnath. Dorsal and Ventral Stream Interaction: Contributions from Optic Ataxia
641 -- 651Rhodri Cusack. The Intraparietal Sulcus and Perceptual Organization
652 -- 667Amélie M. Achim, Martin Lepage. Neural Correlates of Memory for Items and for Associations: An Event-related Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
668 -- 686Joost C. Dessing, C. (Lieke) E. Peper, Daniel Bullock, Peter J. Beek. How Position, Velocity, and Temporal Information Combine in the Prospective Control of Catching: Data and Model
687 -- 693Abigail A. Baird, Mary K. Colvin, John D. VanHorn, Souheil Inati, Michael S. Gazzaniga. Functional Connectivity: Integrating Behavioral, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data Sets
694 -- 705Daniele Schön, Mireille Besson. Visually Induced Auditory Expectancy in Music Reading: A Behavioral and Electrophysiological Study

Volume 17, Issue 3

367 -- 376Katharina von Kriegstein, Andreas Kleinschmidt, Philipp Sterzer, Anne-Lise Giraud. Interaction of Face and Voice Areas during Speaker Recognition
377 -- 391Nick E. Barraclough, Dengke Xiao, Chris I. Baker, Mike W. Oram, David I. Perrett. Integration of Visual and Auditory Information by Superior Temporal Sulcus Neurons Responsive to the Sight of Actions
392 -- 406Bruce Crosson, Anna Bacon Moore, Kaundinya S. Gopinath, Keith D. White, Christina E. Wierenga, Megan E. Gaiefsky, Katherine S. Fabrizio, Kyung K. Peck, David Soltysik, Christina Milsted, Richard W. Briggs, Tim W. Conway, Leslie Gonzalez-Rothi. Role of the Right and Left Hemispheres in Recovery of Function during Treatment of Intention in Aphasia
407 -- 421Ann Pannekamp, Ulrike Toepel, Kai Alter, Anja Hahne, Angela D. Friederici. Prosody-driven Sentence Processing: An Event-related Brain Potential Study
422 -- 433Antoni Rodríguez-Fornells, Arie van der Lugt, Michael Rotte, Belinda Britti, Hans-Jochen Heinze, Thomas F. Münte. Second Language Interferes with Word Production in Fluent Bilinguals: Brain Potential and Functional Imaging Evidence
434 -- 445Timothy T. Rogers, Julia Hocking, Andrea Mechelli, Karalyn Patterson, Cathy J. Price. Fusiform Activation to Animals is Driven by the Process, Not the Stimulus
446 -- 462R. Shayna Rosenbaum, Fuqiang Gao, Brian Richards, Sandra E. Black, Morris Moscovitch. Where to? Remote Memory for Spatial Relations and Landmark Identity in Former Taxi Drivers with Alzheimer s Disease and Encephalitis
463 -- 469Michel Guerraz, Brian L. Day. Expectation and the Vestibular Control of Balance
470 -- 482M. N. Rajah, Anthony Randal McIntosh. Overlap in the Functional Neural Systems Involved in Semantic and Episodic Memory Retrieval
483 -- 493Peter Praamstra, Ellen Seiss. The Neurophysiology of Response Competition: Motor Cortex Activation and Inhibition following Subliminal Response Priming
494 -- 506Seana Coulson, Ying Choon Wu. Right Hemisphere Activation of Joke-related Information: An Event-related Brain Potential Study
507 -- 517Adam Gazzaley, Jeffrey W. Cooney, Kevin McEvoy, Robert T. Knight, Mark D Esposito. Top-down Enhancement and Suppression of the Magnitude and Speed of Neural Activity
518 -- 529Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Kemi O. Role, Robert T. Knight. Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence of a Right Hemisphere Bias for the Influence of Negative Emotion on Higher Cognition
530 -- 541Marcel C. M. Bastiaansen, Marieke van der Linden, Mariken ter Keurs, Ton Dijkstra, Peter Hagoort. Theta Responses Are Involved in Lexical - Semantic Retrieval during Language Processing

Volume 17, Issue 2

183 -- 198Motoaki Sugiura, Nadim Joni Shah, Karl Zilles, Gereon R. Fink. Cortical Representations of Personally Familiar Objects and Places: Functional Organization of the Human Posterior Cingulate Cortex
199 -- 211Markus Kiefer. Repetition-priming Modulates Category-related Effects on Event-related Potentials: Further Evidence for Multiple Cortical Semantic Systems
212 -- 226Pier Francesco Ferrari, Stefano Rozzi, Leonardo Fogassi. Mirror Neurons Responding to Observation of Actions Made with Tools in Monkey Ventral Premotor Cortex
227 -- 239Anke Hammer, Bernadette M. Jansma, Monique Lamers, Thomas F. Münte. Pronominal Reference in Sentences about Persons or Things: An Electrophysiological Approach
240 -- 248Anna-Lynne R. Adlam, Faraneh Vargha-Khadem, Mortimer Mishkin, Michelle de Haan. Deferred Imitation of Action Sequences in Developmental Amnesia
249 -- 261Brad Duchaine, Ken Nakayama. Dissociations of Face and Object Recognition in Developmental Prosopagnosia
262 -- 272Scott H. Frey, Margaret G. Funnell, Valerie E. Gerry, Michael S. Gazzaniga. A Dissociation between the Representation of Tool-use Skills and Hand Dominance: Insights from Left- and Right-handed Callosotomy Patients
273 -- 281Marco Tettamanti, Giovanni Buccino, Maria Cristina Saccuman, Vittorio Gallese, Massimo Danna, Paola Scifo, Ferruccio Fazio, Giacomo Rizzolatti, Stefano F. Cappa, Daniela Perani. Listening to Action-related Sentences Activates Fronto-parietal Motor Circuits
282 -- 293B. Haslinger, P. Erhard, E. Altenmüller, U. Schroeder, H. Boecker, A. O. Ceballos-Baumann. Transmodal Sensorimotor Networks during Action Observation in Professional Pianists
294 -- 307Gustavo Deco, Edmund T. Rolls. Sequential Memory: A Putative Neural and Synaptic Dynamical Mechanism
308 -- 319E. H. Aylward, J. E. Park, K. M. Field, A. C. Parsons, T. L. Richards, S. C. Cramer, Andrew N. Meltzoff. Brain Activation during Face Perception: Evidence of a Developmental Change
320 -- 339István Winkler, István Czigler, Elyse Sussman, János Horváth, László Balázs. Preattentive Binding of Auditory and Visual Stimulus Features
340 -- 354Sabira K. Mannan, Dominic J. Mort, Tim L. Hodgson, Jon Driver, Christopher Kennard, Masud Husain. Revisiting Previously Searched Locations in Visual Neglect: Role of Right Parietal and Frontal Lesions in Misjudging Old Locations as New
355 -- 366Harald M. Mohr, David E. J. Linden. Separation of the Systems for Color and Spatial Manipulation in Working Memory Revealed by a Dual-task Procedure

Volume 17, Issue 12

1819 -- 1828Gunes Yucel, Christopher Petty, Gregory McCarthy, Aysenil Belger. Graded Visual Attention Modulates Brain Responses Evoked by Task-irrelevant Auditory Pitch Changes
1829 -- 1840Rob H. J. van der Lubbe, Rutger O. Vogel, Albert Postma. Different Effects of Exogenous Cues in a Visual Detection and Discrimination Task: Delayed Attention Withdrawal and/or Speeded Motor Inhibition?
1841 -- 1854Brenda A. Kirchhoff, Melissa L. Schapiro, Randy L. Buckner. Orthographic Distinctiveness and Semantic Elaboration Provide Separate Contributions to Memory
1855 -- 1870Joseph W. Kable, Irene P. Kan, Ashley Wilson, Sharon L. Thompson-Schill, Anjan Chatterjee. Conceptual Representations of Action in the Lateral Temporal Cortex
1871 -- 1885Thalia Wheatley, Jill Weisberg, Michael S. Beauchamp, Alex Martin. Automatic Priming of Semantically Related Words Reduces Activity in the Fusiform Gyrus
1886 -- 1896Mathias Pessiglione, Virginie Czernecki, Bernard Pillon, Bruno Dubois, Michael Schüpbach, Yves Agid, Léon Tremblay. An Effect of Dopamine Depletion on Decision-making: The Temporal Coupling of Deliberation and Execution
1897 -- 1906Sterling C. Johnson, Taylor W. Schmitz, Tisha N. Kawahara-Baccus, Howard A. Rowley, Andrew L. Alexander, Jonghoon Lee, Richard J. Davidson. The Cerebral Response during Subjective Choice with and without Self-reference
1907 -- 1922Edward K. Vogel, Geoffrey F. Woodman, Steven J. Luck. Pushing around the Locus of Selection: Evidence for the Flexible-selection Hypothesis
1923 -- 1935Melina R. Uncapher, Michael D. Rugg. Effects of Divided Attention on fMRI Correlates of Memory Encoding
1936 -- 1949Todd C. Handy, Wayne Khoe. Attention and Sensory Gain Control: A Peripheral Visual Process?
1950 -- 1961P. V. Rekkas, R. Todd Constable. Evidence That Autobiographic Memory Retrieval Does Not Become Independent of the Hippocampus: An fMRI Study Contrasting Very Recent with Remote Events
1962 -- 1968Hiromitsu Tabata, Ken-ichiro Miura, Kenji Kawano. Anticipatory Gain Modulation in Preparation for Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements
1969 -- 1979Chie Nakatani, Junji Ito, Andrey R. Nikolaev, Pulin Gong, Cees van Leeuwen. Phase Synchronization Analysis of EEG during Attentional Blink

Volume 17, Issue 11

1679 -- 1690Bradley R. Postle. Delay-period Activity in the Prefrontal Cortex: One Function Is Sensory Gating
1691 -- 1703Aurélie Bidet-Caulet, Olivier Bertrand. Dynamics of a Temporo-Fronto-Parietal Network during Sustained Spatial or Spectral Auditory Processing
1704 -- 1713Thomas Jacobsen, Erich Schröger, István Winkler, János Horváth. Familiarity Affects the Processing of Task-irrelevant Auditory Deviance
1714 -- 1727Jillian H. Fecteau, Douglas P. Munoz. Correlates of Capture of Attention and Inhibition of Return across Stages of Visual Processing
1728 -- 1743F. Gregory Ashby, Shawn W. Ell, Vivian V. Valentin, Michael B. Casale. FROST: A Distributed Neurocomputational Model of Working Memory Maintenance
1744 -- 1752James P. Morris, Kevin A. Pelphrey, Gregory McCarthy. Regional Brain Activation Evoked When Approaching a Virtual Human on a Virtual Walk
1753 -- 1765Andrea Mechelli, Jennifer T. Crinion, Steven Long, Karl J. Friston, Matthew A. Lambon-Ralph, Karalyn Patterson, James L. McClelland, Cathy J. Price. Dissociating Reading Processes on the Basis of Neuronal Interactions
1766 -- 1773Roi Cohen Kadosh, Noam Sagiv, David E. J. Linden, Lynn C. Robertson, Gali Elinger, Avishai Henik. When Blue is Larger than Red: Colors Influence Numerical Cognition in Synesthesia
1774 -- 1784Tobias Egner, Joy Hirsch. Where Memory Meets Attention: Neural Substrates of Negative Priming
1785 -- 1802Manuela Friedrich, Angela D. Friederici. Phonotactic Knowledge and Lexical-Semantic Processing in One-year-olds: Brain Responses to Words and Nonsense Words in Picture Contexts
1803 -- 1817Manuel Carreiras, Marta Vergara, Horacio Barber. Early Event-related Potential Effects of Syllabic Processing during Visual Word Recognition

Volume 17, Issue 10

1497 -- 1508Olivia L. Carter, David C. Burr, John D. Pettigrew, Guy M. Wallis, Felix Hasler, Franz X. Vollenweider. Using Psilocybin to Investigate the Relationship between Attention, Working Memory, and the Serotonin 1A and 2A Receptors
1509 -- 1518Hiroto Kawasaki, Ralph Adolphs, Hiroyuki Oya, Christopher Kovach, Hanna Damasio, Olaf Kaufman, Matthew A. Howard III. Analysis of Single-Unit Responses to Emotional Scenes in Human Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex
1519 -- 1531Kerstin Sander, Henning Scheich. Left Auditory Cortex and Amygdala, but Right Insula Dominance for Human Laughing and Crying
1532 -- 1552Urs Maurer, Silvia Brem, Kerstin Bucher, Daniel Brandeis. Emerging Neurophysiological Specialization for Letter Strings
1553 -- 1564Marianne Maertens, Stefan Pollmann. fMRI Reveals a Common Neural Substrate of Illusory and Real Contours in V1 after Perceptual Learning
1565 -- 1577Stefan Koelsch, Thomas C. Gunter, Matthias Wittfoth, Daniela Sammler. Interaction between Syntax Processing in Language and in Music: An ERP Study
1578 -- 1592Takako Fujioka, Laurel J. Trainor, Bernhard Ross, Ryusuke Kakigi, Christo Pantev. Automatic Encoding of Polyphonic Melodies in Musicians and Nonmusicians
1593 -- 1610Kerrie E. Elston-Güttler, Silke Paulmann, Sonja A. Kotz. Who s in Control? Proficiency and L1 Influence on L2 Processing
1611 -- 1620Pamela M. Greenwood, John A. Fossella, Raja Parasuraman. Specificity of the Effect of a Nicotinic Receptor Polymorphism on Individual Differences in Visuospatial Attention
1621 -- 1637Ione Fine, Eva M. Finney, Geoffrey M. Boynton, Karen R. Dobkins. Comparing the Effects of Auditory Deprivation and Sign Language within the Auditory and Visual Cortex
1638 -- 1651Francesca Figliozzi, Paola Guariglia, Massimo Silvetti, Isabelle Siegler, Fabrizio Doricchi. Effects of Vestibular Rotatory Accelerations on Covert Attentional Orienting in Vision and Touch
1652 -- 1666Roberto Caldara, Philippe G. Schyns, Eugéne Mayer, Marie L. Smith, Frédéric Gosselin, Bruno Rossion. Does Prosopagnosia Take the Eyes Out of Face Representations? Evidence for a Defect in Representing Diagnostic Facial Information following Brain Damage
1667 -- 1678Regine Oberecker, Manuela Friedrich, Angela D. Friederici. Neural Correlates of Syntactic Processing in Two-Year-Olds

Volume 17, Issue 1

1 -- 12Annett Schirmer, Siu-Lam Tang, Trevor B. Penney, Thomas C. Gunter, Hsuan-Chih Chen. Brain Responses to Segmentally and Tonally Induced Semantic Violations in Cantonese
13 -- 23Michael F. Green, David Glahn, Stephen A. Engel, Keith H. Nuechterlein, Fred Sabb, Magda Strojwas, Mark S. Cohen. Regional Brain Activity Associated with Visual Backward Masking
24 -- 36Katherine Podzebenko, Gary F. Egan, John D. G. Watson. Real and Imaginary Rotary Motion Processing: Functional Parcellation of the Human Parietal Lobe Revealed by fMRI
37 -- 50Radouane El Yagoubi, Patrick Lemaire, Mireille Besson. Effects of Aging on Arithmetic Problem-Solving: An Event-related Brain Potential Study
51 -- 72Michael J. Frank. Dynamic Dopamine Modulation in the Basal Ganglia: A Neurocomputational Account of Cognitive Deficits in Medicated and Nonmedicated Parkinsonism
73 -- 83Russell A. Epstein, J. Stephen Higgins, Sharon L. Thompson-Schill. Learning Places from Views: Variation in Scene Processing as a Function of Experience and Navigational Ability
84 -- 96Angela H. Gutchess, Robert C. Welsh, Trey Hedden, Ashley Bangert, Meredith Minear, Linda L. Liu, Denise C. Park. Aging and the Neural Correlates of Successful Picture Encoding: Frontal Activations Compensate for Decreased Medial-Temporal Activity
97 -- 112Floris P. de Lange, Peter Hagoort, Ivan Toni. Neural Topography and Content of Movement Representations
113 -- 123B. Weber, V. Treyer, N. Oberholzer, T. Jaermann, Peter Boesiger, P. Brugger, M. Regard, A. Buck, Silvia Savazzi, Carlo A. Marzi. Attention and Interhemispheric Transfer: A Behavioral and fMRI Study
124 -- 136Scott Glover, R. Chris Miall, Matthew F. S. Rushworth. Parietal rTMS Disrupts the Initiation but not the Execution of On-line Adjustments to a Perturbation of Object Size
137 -- 153Horacio A. Barber, Manuel Carreiras. Grammatical Gender and Number Agreement in Spanish: An ERP Comparison
154 -- 167Frédéric Isel, Kai Alter, Angela D. Friederici. Influence of Prosodic Information on the Processing of Split Particles: ERP Evidence from Spoken German
168 -- 182Donna Coch, Giordana Grossi, Wendy Skendzel, Helen J. Neville. ERP Nonword Rhyming Effects in Children and Adults