Journal: J. Cognitive Neuroscience

Volume 32, Issue 9

1607 -- 1623Brittany Corbett, Audrey Duarte. How Proactive Interference during New Associative Learning Impacts General and Specific Memory in Young and Old
1624 -- 1636Tadeusz W. Kononowicz, Tilmann Heinrich Sander, Hedderik van Rijn, Virginie van Wassenhove. Precision Timing with α-β Oscillatory Coupling: Stopwatch or Motor Control?
1637 -- 1653Ben Alderson-Day, Jamie Moffatt, Marco Bernini, Kaja Mitrenga, Bo Yao, Charles Fernyhough. Processing Speech and Thoughts during Silent Reading: Direct Reference Effects for Speech by Fictional Characters in Voice-Selective Auditory Cortex and a Theory-of-Mind Network
1654 -- 1671Melisa Menceloglu, Marcia Grabowecky, Satoru Suzuki. Rhythm Violation Enhances Auditory-Evoked Responses to the Extent of Overriding Sensory Adaptation in Passive Listening
1672 -- 1687Eleanor Collier, Meghan L. Meyer. Memory of Others' Disclosures Is Consolidated during Rest and Associated with Providing Support: Neural and Linguistic Evidence
1688 -- 1703Marjan Alizadeh Asfestani, Valentin Brechtmann, João Santiago, Andreas Peter, Jan Born, Gordon Benedikt Feld. Consolidation of Reward Memory during Sleep Does Not Require Dopaminergic Activation
1704 -- 1713Ana M. Daugherty, Hillary D. Schwarb, Matthew D. J. McGarry, Curtis L. Johnson, Neal J. Cohen. Magnetic Resonance Elastography of Human Hippocampal Subfields: CA3-Dentate Gyrus Viscoelasticity Predicts Relational Memory Accuracy
1714 -- 1734Erin J. Wamsley, Theodore Summer. Spontaneous Entry into an "Offline" State during Wakefulness: A Mechanism of Memory Consolidation?
1735 -- 1748Laura J. Batterink. Syllables in Sync Form a Link: Neural Phase-locking Reflects Word Knowledge during Language Learning
1749 -- 1763Sachio Otsuka, Jun Saiki. Neural Mechanisms of Memory Enhancement and Impairment Induced by Visual Statistical Learning
1764 -- 1779Simone Di Plinio, Mauro Gianni Perrucci, Sjoerd J. H. Ebisch. The Prospective Sense of Agency is Rooted in Local and Global Properties of Intrinsic Functional Brain Networks
1780 -- 1795Nicholas A. Ruiz, Michael R. Meager, Sachin Agarwal 0005, Mariam Aly. The Medial Temporal Lobe Is Critical for Spatial Relational Perception
1796 -- 1812Courtney R. Gerver, Amy A. Overman, Harini J. Babu, Chloe E. Hultman, Nancy A. Dennis. Examining the Neural Basis of Congruent and Incongruent Configural Contexts during Associative Retrieval
1813 -- 1822Tam T. Tran, Camarin E. Rolle, Adam Gazzaley, Bradley Voytek. Linked Sources of Neural Noise Contribute to Age-related Cognitive Decline

Volume 32, Issue 8

1407 -- 1427Andrea E. Martin. A Compositional Neural Architecture for Language
1428 -- 1437Anne Kösem, Hans Rutger Bosker, Ole Jensen, Peter Hagoort, Lars Riecke. Biasing the Perception of Spoken Words with Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation
1438 -- 1454Gang Li, Joaquin A. Anguera, Samirah V. Javed, Muhammad Adeel Khan, Guoxing Wang, Adam Gazzaley. Enhanced Attention Using Head-mounted Virtual Reality
1455 -- 1465Yue Liu, Scott L. Brincat, Earl K. Miller, Michael E. Hasselmo. A Geometric Characterization of Population Coding in the Prefrontal Cortex and Hippocampus during a Paired-Associate Learning Task
1466 -- 1483Atsuko Takashima, Agnieszka Konopka, Antje Meyer, Peter Hagoort, Kirsten Weber. Speaking in the Brain: The Interaction between Words and Syntax in Sentence Production
1484 -- 1496Nicole Wolff, Christian Beste. Short-term Smartphone App-Based Focused Attention Meditation Diminishes Cognitive Flexibility
1497 -- 1507Vitória Piai, Elke De Witte, Joanna Sierpowska, Xiaochen Zheng, Leighton B. Hinkley, Danielle Mizuiri, Robert T. Knight, Mitchel S. Berger, Srikantan S. Nagarajan. Language Neuroplasticity in Brain Tumor Patients Revealed by Magnetoencephalography
1508 -- 1524Nicholas A. Hubbard, Rachel R. Romeo, Hannah Grotzinger, Melissa Giebler, Andrea Imhof, Clemens C. C. Bauer, John D. E. Gabrieli. Reward-Sensitive Basal Ganglia Stabilize the Maintenance of Goal-Relevant Neural Patterns in Adolescents
1525 -- 1535Anna Grubert, Martin Eimer. Preparatory Template Activation during Search for Alternating Targets
1536 -- 1549Jenny R. Rieck, Karen M. Rodrigue, Denise C. Park, Kristen M. Kennedy. White Matter Microstructure Predicts Focal and Broad Functional Brain Dedifferentiation in Normal Aging
1550 -- 1561Jeffrey Nador, Assaf Harel, Ion Juvina, Brandon S. Minnery. The Case of the Cognitive (Opti)miser: Electrophysiological Correlates of Working Memory Maintenance Predict Demand Avoidance
1562 -- 1576Anna Wilsch, Manuel R. Mercier, Jonas Obleser, Charles E. Schroeder, Saskia Haegens. Spatial Attention and Temporal Expectation Exert Differential Effects on Visual and Auditory Discrimination
1577 -- 1589Suzanne van de Groep, Kiki Zanolie, Eveline A. Crone. Familiarity and Audience Effects on Giving: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
1590 -- 1606Sarah Kraeutner, Alexandra Stratas, Jennifer L. McArthur, Carl A. Helmick, David A. Westwood, Shaun Boe. Neural and Behavioral Outcomes Differ Following Equivalent Bouts of Motor Imagery or Physical Practice

Volume 32, Issue 7

1213 -- 1220Laura K. Cirelli, Zuzanna B. Jurewicz, Sandra E. Trehub. Effects of Maternal Singing Style on Mother-Infant Arousal and Behavior
1221 -- 1241Fleur L. Bouwer, Henkjan Honing, Heleen A. Slagter. Beat-based and Memory-based Temporal Expectations in Rhythm: Similar Perceptual Effects, Different Underlying Mechanisms
1242 -- 1250Basil C. Preisig, Matthias J. Sjerps, Alexis Hervais-Adelman, Anne Kösem, Peter Hagoort, Lars Riecke. Bilateral Gamma/Delta Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation Affects Interhemispheric Speech Sound Integration
1251 -- 1262Chuanji Gao, Christine E. Weber, Douglas H. Wedell, Svetlana V. Shinkareva. An fMRI Study of Affective Congruence across Visual and Auditory Modalities
1263 -- 1275Fabian C. G. van den Berg, Peter De Weerd, Lisa M. Jonkman. Number-related Brain Potentials Are Differentially Affected by Mapping Novel Symbols on Small versus Large Quantities in a Number Learning Task
1276 -- 1288Michael Rojek-Giffin, Mael Lebreton, H. Steven Scholte, Frans van Winden, K. Richard Ridderinkhof, Carsten K. W. De Dreu. Neurocognitive Underpinnings of Aggressive Predation in Economic Contests
1289 -- 1300Maheen Shermohammed, Laurel E. Kordyban, Leah H. Somerville. Examining the Causal Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Emotion Regulation and Its Neural Mechanisms
1301 -- 1315Cesar Augusto Canaveral, Félix-Antoine Savoie, Frédéric R. Danion, Pierre-Michel Bernier. Dissociation between Temporal and Spatial Anticipation in the Neural Dynamics of Goal-directed Movement Preparation
1316 -- 1329Rankin W. McGugin, Allen T. Newton, Benjamin J. Tamber-Rosenau, Andrew Tomarken, Isabel Gauthier. Thickness of Deep Layers in the Fusiform Face Area Predicts Face Recognition
1330 -- 1347Martina Sundqvist, Alexandre Routier, Bruno Dubois, Olivier Colliot, Marc Teichmann. The White Matter Module-Hub Network of Semantics Revealed by Semantic Dementia
1348 -- 1368Sneha Shashidhara, Floortje S. Spronkers, Yaara Erez. Individual-subject Functional Localization Increases Univariate Activation but Not Multivariate Pattern Discriminability in the "Multiple-demand" Frontoparietal Network
1369 -- 1380Nicola Binetti, Alessandro Tomassini, Karl J. Friston, Sven Bestmann. Uncoupling Sensation and Perception in Human Time Processing
1381 -- 1393Nico Adelhöfer, Christian Beste. EEG Signal Decomposition Evidence for a Role of Perceptual Processes during Conflict-related Behavioral Adjustments in Middle Frontal Regions
1394 -- 1406Hannah Genheimer, Marta Andreatta, Paul Pauli. Conjunctive and Elemental Representations of a Context in Humans

Volume 32, Issue 6

1009 -- 1025Roberto Bottini, Stefania Ferraro, Anna Nigri, Valeria Cuccarini, Maria Grazia Bruzzone, Olivier Collignon. Brain Regions Involved in Conceptual Retrieval in Sighted and Blind People
1026 -- 1045Dina R. Dajani, Paola Odriozola, Melanie Winters, Willa Voorhies, Selene Marcano, Adriana Baez, Kathleen M. Gates, Anthony Steven Dick, Lucina Q. Uddin. Measuring Cognitive Flexibility with the Flexible Item Selection Task: From fMRI Adaptation to Individual Connectome Mapping
1046 -- 1060Fabrizio Doricchi, Michele Pellegrino, Fabio Marson, Mario Pinto, Ludovica Caratelli, Vincenzo Cestari, Clelia Rossi-Arnaud, Stefano Lasaponara. Deconstructing Reorienting of Attention: Cue Predictiveness Modulates the Inhibition of the No-target Side and the Hemispheric Distribution of the P1 Response to Invalid Targets
1061 -- 1078Julia Wertheim, Marco Ragni. The Neurocognitive Correlates of Human Reasoning: A Meta-analysis of Conditional and Syllogistic Inferences
1079 -- 1091Stephanie K. Riès, Linda Nadalet, Soren Mickelsen, Megan Mott, Katherine J. Midgley, Phillip J. Holcomb, Karen Emmorey. Pre-output Language Monitoring in Sign Production
1092 -- 1103Daniel Kennedy-Higgins, Joseph T. Devlin, Helen E. Nuttall, Patti Adank. The Causal Role of Left and Right Superior Temporal Gyri in Speech Perception in Noise: A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study
1104 -- 1116Marco D'Alonzo, Alessandro Mioli, Domenico Formica, Giovanni Di Pino. Modulation of Body Representation Impacts on Efferent Autonomic Activity
1117 -- 1129Eva Loos, Nathalie Schicktanz, Matthias Fastenrath, David Coynel, Annette Milnik, Bernhard Fehlmann, Tobias Egli, Melanie Ehrler, Andreas Papassotiropoulos, Dominique J.-F. de Quervain. Reducing Amygdala Activity and Phobic Fear through Cognitive Top-Down Regulation
1130 -- 1141Anne-Sophie Käsbauer, Paola Mengotti, Gereon R. Fink, Simone Vossel. Resting-state Functional Connectivity of the Right Temporoparietal Junction Relates to Belief Updating and Reorienting during Spatial Attention
1142 -- 1152Elif Somer, John Allen, Joseph L. Brooks, Vaughan Buttrill, Amir Homayoun Javadi. Theta Phase-dependent Modulation of Perception by Concurrent Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation and Periodic Visual Stimulation
1153 -- 1169Wendel M. Friedl, Andreas Keil. Effects of Experience on Spatial Frequency Tuning in the Visual System: Behavioral, Visuocortical, and Alpha-band Responses
1170 -- 1183Dirk Kerzel, Nicolas Burra. D with Small Search Displays
1184 -- 1197Pooja Viswanathan, Andreas Nieder. Spatial Neuronal Integration Supports a Global Representation of Visual Numerosity in Primate Association Cortices
1198 -- 1210Sarah M. Tashjian, Adriana Galván. Longitudinal Trajectories of Post-Election Distress Track Changes in Neural and Psychological Functioning

Volume 32, Issue 5

747 -- 761Suzanne R. Jongman, Ardi Roelofs, Ashley Glen Lewis. Attention for Speaking: Prestimulus Motor-cortical Alpha Power Predicts Picture Naming Latencies
762 -- 782Orly Rubinsten, Nachshon Korem, Naama Levin, Tamar Furman. Frequency-based Dissociation of Symbolic and Nonsymbolic Numerical Processing during Numerical Comparison
783 -- 803Cybelle Smith, Kara D. Federmeier. Neural Signatures of Learning Novel Object-Scene Associations
804 -- 821Daniella J. Furman, Robert L. White III, Jenna Naskolnakorn, Jean Ye, Andrew Kayser, Mark D'Esposito. Effects of Dopaminergic Drugs on Cognitive Control Processes Vary by Genotype
822 -- 846Anne Mickan, Kristin Lemhöfer. Tracking Syntactic Conflict between Languages over the Course of L2 Acquisition: A Cross-sectional Event-related Potential Study
847 -- 861Dipanjan Ray, Nilambari Hajare, Dipanjan Roy, Arpan Banerjee. Large-scale Functional Integration, Rather than Functional Dissociation along Dorsal and Ventral Streams, Underlies Visual Perception and Action
862 -- 876Matthias Hartmann, Sarah Singer, Branislav Savic, René M. Müri, Fred W. Mast. Anodal High-definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over the Posterior Parietal Cortex Modulates Approximate Mental Arithmetic
877 -- 888Maxime Niesen, Marc Vander Ghinst, Mathieu Bourguignon, Vincent Wens, Julie Bertels, Serge Goldman, Georges Choufani, Sergio Hassid, Xavier De Tiège. Tracking the Effects of Top-Down Attention on Word Discrimination Using Frequency-tagged Neuromagnetic Responses
889 -- 905Sara Djouab, Andrea Albonico, Shanna C. Yeung, Manuela Malaspina, Anna Mogard, Rachel Wahlberg, Sherryse L. Corrow, Jason J. S. Barton. Search for Face Identity or Expression: Set Size Effects in Developmental Prosopagnosia
906 -- 916Kun Guo, Lauren Calver, Yoshi Soornack, Patrick Bourke. Valence-dependent Disruption in Processing of Facial Expressions of Emotion in Early Visual Cortex - A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study
917 -- 944Muhammet I. Sahan, Andrew D. Sheldon, Bradley R. Postle. The Neural Consequences of Attentional Prioritization of Internal Representations in Visual Working Memory
945 -- 962Laura-Isabelle Klatt, Daniel Schneider, Anna-Lena Schubert, Christina Hanenberg, Jörg Lewald, Edmund Wascher, Stephan Getzmann. Unraveling the Relation between EEG Correlates of Attentional Orienting and Sound Localization Performance: A Diffusion Model Approach
963 -- 976Valeria Bekhtereva, Matt Craddock, Matthias M. Müller. Affective Bias without Hemispheric Competition: Evidence for Independent Processing Resources in Each Cortical Hemisphere
977 -- 988Saskia B. J. Koch, Alessandra Galli, Inge Volman, Reinoud Kaldewaij, Ivan Toni, Karin Roelofs. Neural Control of Emotional Actions in Response to Affective Vocalizations
989 -- 1008Anthony W. Sali, Jiefeng Jiang, Tobias Egner. Neural Mechanisms of Strategic Adaptation in Attentional Flexibility

Volume 32, Issue 4

571 -- 589Moreno I. Coco, Antje Nuthmann, Olaf Dimigen. Fixation-related Brain Potentials during Semantic Integration of Object-Scene Information
590 -- 602Tobin Dykstra, Darcy A. Waller, Eliot Hazeltine, Jan R. Wessel. Leveling the Field for a Fairer Race between Going and Stopping: Neural Evidence for the Race Model of Motor Inhibition from a New Version of the Stop Signal Task
603 -- 620Svetlana Pinet, Nazbanou Nozari. Electrophysiological Correlates of Monitoring in Typing with and without Visual Feedback
621 -- 633Antonia Micucci, Vera Ferrari, Andrea De Cesarei, Maurizio Codispoti. Contextual Modulation of Emotional Distraction: Attentional Capture and Motivational Significance
634 -- 645Zoë Claire Franklin, David J. Wright, Paul Stewart Holmes. Using Action-congruent Language Facilitates the Motor Response during Action Observation: A Combined Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Eye-tracking Study
646 -- 663Gábor Csifcsák, Eirik Melsæter, Matthias Mittner. Intermittent Absence of Control during Reinforcement Learning Interferes with Pavlovian Bias in Action Selection
664 -- 673Tehila Nugiel, Jennifer S. Beer. How Does Motivation Modulate the Operation of the Mentalizing Network in Person Evaluation?
674 -- 690Mohsen Rakhshan, Vivian Lee, Emily Chu, Lauren Harris, Lillian Laiks, Peyman Khorsand, Alireza Soltani. Influence of Expected Reward on Temporal Order Judgment
691 -- 702Ying Joey Zhou, Alexis Pérez-Bellido, Saskia Haegens, Floris P. de Lange. Perceptual Expectations Modulate Low-Frequency Activity: A Statistical Learning Magnetoencephalography Study
703 -- 721Brandi Lee Drisdelle, Pierre Jolicoeur. Dissecting Cognitive Operations in Difficult Visual Search Using Response-locked Posterior Contralateral Negativity Event-related Potentials
722 -- 733Mariya E. Manahova, Eelke Spaak, Floris P. de Lange. Familiarity Increases Processing Speed in the Visual System
734 -- 745Sarah M. Carpentier, Andrea R. McCulloch, Tanya M. Brown, Sarah E. M. Faber, Petra Ritter, Zheng Wang, Valorie N. Salimpoor, Kelly Shen, Anthony R. McIntosh. Complexity Matching: Brain Signals Mirror Environment Information Patterns during Music Listening and Reward

Volume 32, Issue 3

379 -- 385Michael P. Alexander, Terence W. Picton, Tim Shallice. Donald T. Stuss: A Remembrance
386 -- 402Talya Sadeh, Yoni Pertzov. Scale-invariant Characteristics of Forgetting: Toward a Unifying Account of Hippocampal Forgetting across Short and Long Timescales
403 -- 425Lucy J. MacGregor, Jennifer M. Rodd, Rebecca Gilbert, Olaf Hauk, Ediz Sohoglu, Matthew H. Davis. The Neural Time Course of Semantic Ambiguity Resolution in Speech Comprehension
426 -- 434Sol Libesman, Damien J. Mannion, Thomas J. Whitford. Seeing the Intensity of a Sound-producing Event Modulates the Amplitude of the Initial Auditory Evoked Response
435 -- 445Ansgar D. Endress. A Simple, Biologically Plausible Feature Detector for Language Acquisition
446 -- 466Zhuo Fang, Laura B. Ray, Evan Houldin, Dylan Smith, Adrian M. Owen, Stuart M. Fogel. Sleep Spindle-dependent Functional Connectivity Correlates with Cognitive Abilities
467 -- 483Nicholas Riccardi, Grigori Yourganov, Chris Rorden, Julius Fridriksson, Rutvik Desai. Degradation of Praxis Brain Networks and Impaired Comprehension of Manipulable Nouns in Stroke
484 -- 496Manuel P. Klaus, Gerda C. Wyssen, Sebastian M. Frank, Wilhelm M. Malloni, Mark W. Greenlee, Fred W. Mast. Vestibular Stimulation Modulates Neural Correlates of Own-body Mental Imagery
497 -- 507Daniela J. Palombo, Allison G. Reid, Sathesan Thavabalasingam, Renée Hunsberger, Andy C. H. Lee, Mieke Verfaellie. The Human Medial Temporal Lobe Is Necessary for Remembering Durations within a Sequence of Events but Not Durations of Individual Events
508 -- 514Sagi Jaffe-Dax, Alex M. Boldin, Nathaniel D. Daw, Lauren L. Emberson. A Computational Role for Top-Down Modulation from Frontal Cortex in Infancy
515 -- 526Jacob A. Westerberg, Alexander Maier, Geoffrey F. Woodman, Jeffrey D. Schall. Performance Monitoring during Visual Priming
527 -- 545Peter Kok, Lindsay I. Rait, Nicholas B. Turk-Browne. Content-based Dissociation of Hippocampal Involvement in Prediction
546 -- 557Tobias Katus, Martin Eimer. Retrospective Selection in Visual and Tactile Working Memory Is Mediated by Shared Control Mechanisms
558 -- 569Nicole Hakim, Tobias Feldmann-Wüstefeld, Edward Awh, Edward K. Vogel. Perturbing Neural Representations of Working Memory with Task-irrelevant Interruption

Volume 32, Issue 2

187 -- 200Alessandro Benedetto, Maria Concetta Morrone, Alice Tomassini. The Common Rhythm of Action and Perception
201 -- 211Qiaoli Huang, Huan Luo. Saliency-based Rhythmic Coordination of Perceptual Predictions
212 -- 225Malte Wöstmann, Lea-Maria Schmitt, Jonas Obleser. Does Closing the Eyes Enhance Auditory Attention? Eye Closure Increases Attentional Alpha-Power Modulation but Not Listening Performance
226 -- 240Benedikt Zoefel, Isobella Allard, Megha Anil, Matthew H. Davis. Perception of Rhythmic Speech Is Modulated by Focal Bilateral Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation
241 -- 255Emily W. Avery, Kwangsun Yoo, Monica D. Rosenberg, Abigail S. Greene, Siyuan Gao, Duk L. Na, Dustin Scheinost, R. Todd Constable, Marvin M. Chun. Distributed Patterns of Functional Connectivity Predict Working Memory Performance in Novel Healthy and Memory-impaired Individuals
256 -- 271Sigfus Kristinsson, Helga Thors, Grigori Yourganov, Sigridur Magnusdottir, Haukur Hjaltason, Brielle C. Stark, Alexandra Basilakos, Dirk-Bart den Ouden, Leonardo Bonilha, Chris Rorden, Gregory Hickok, Argye E. Hillis, Julius Fridriksson. Brain Damage Associated with Impaired Sentence Processing in Acute Aphasia
272 -- 282Tobias Feldmann-Wüstefeld, Edward Awh. Alpha-band Activity Tracks the Zoom Lens of Attention
283 -- 300Nick Berggren, Martin Eimer. Attentional Access to Multiple Target Objects in Visual Search
301 -- 314Mimi Liljeholm. Neural Correlates of Causal Confounding
315 -- 325Flor Kusnir, Slav Pesin, Gal Moscona, Ayelet N. Landau. When Temporal Certainty Doesn't Help
326 -- 337Nadiya El-Sourani, Ima Trempler, Moritz F. Wurm, Gereon R. Fink, Ricarda I. Schubotz. Predictive Impact of Contextual Objects during Action Observation: Evidence from Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
338 -- 352Nicole H. L. Wong, Hiroshi Ban, Dorita H. F. Chang. Human Depth Sensitivity Is Affected by Object Plausibility
353 -- 366Alexis D. J. Makin, Giulia Rampone, Amie Morris, Marco Bertamini. The Formation of Symmetrical Gestalts Is Task-Independent, but Can Be Enhanced by Active Regularity Discrimination
367 -- 377Tobias Feldmann-Wüstefeld, Niko A. Busch, Anna Schubö. Failed Suppression of Salient Stimuli Precedes Behavioral Errors

Volume 32, Issue 12

2203 -- 2204Mark D'Esposito. Editor's Note
2205 -- 2225Gyula Kovács. Getting to Know Someone: Familiarity, Person Recognition, and Identification in the Human Brain
2226 -- 2240Jacqueline Katharina Meier, Mathias Weymar, Lars Schwabe. Stress Alters the Neural Context for Building New Memories
2241 -- 2259Ioanna Zioga, Peter M. C. Harrison, Marcus T. Pearce, Joydeep Bhattacharya, Caroline Di Bernardi Luft. Auditory but Not Audiovisual Cues Lead to Higher Neural Sensitivity to the Statistical Regularities of an Unfamiliar Musical Style
2260 -- 2271Cécile J. Bouvet, Benoît G. Bardy, Peter E. Keller, Simone Dalla Bella, Sylvie Nozaradan, Manuel Varlet. Accent-induced Modulation of Neural and Movement Patterns during Spontaneous Synchronization to Auditory Rhythms
2272 -- 2284Roger Koenig-Robert, Joel Pearson. Decoding Nonconscious Thought Representations during Successful Thought Suppression
2285 -- 2302Gal Nir-Cohen, Yoav Kessler, Tobias Egner. Neural Substrates of Working Memory Updating
2303 -- 2319Kai Hwang, Joel Bruss, Daniel Tranel, Aaron D. Boes. Network Localization of Executive Function Deficits in Patients with Focal Thalamic Lesions
2320 -- 2332Wen Jin, Anna Christina Nobre, Freek van Ede. Temporal Expectations Prepare Visual Working Memory for Behavior
2333 -- 2341Liyu Cao, Wilfried Kunde, Barbara Haendel. Rapid and Accumulated Modulation of Action-Effects on Action
2342 -- 2355Meng-Huan Wu, Dave F. Kleinschmidt, Lauren Emberson, Donias Doko, Shimon Edelman, Robert Jacobs, Rajeev D. S. Raizada. Cortical Transformation of Stimulus Space in Order to Linearize a Linearly Inseparable Task

Volume 32, Issue 11

2037 -- 2055Arnaud D'Argembeau. Zooming In and Out on One's Life: Autobiographical Representations at Multiple Time Scales
2056 -- 2070Jacob L. S. Bellmund, Ignacio Polti, Christian F. Doeller. Sequence Memory in the Hippocampal-Entorhinal Region
2071 -- 2086Baptiste Gauthier, Pooja Prabhu, A. Kotegar Karunakar, Virginie van Wassenhove. Hippocampal Contribution to Ordinal Psychological Time in the Human Brain
2087 -- 2102Rotem Monsa, Michael Peer, Shahar Arzy. Processing of Different Temporal Scales in the Human Brain
2103 -- 2116Laura Jane Kelly, Sangeet Khemlani, Philip N. Johnson-Laird. Reasoning about Durations
2117 -- 2130Xiaonan L. Liu, Charan Ranganath, Liang-Tien Hsieh, Mitzi Hurtado, Tara A. Niendam, Tyler A. Lesh, Cameron S. Carter, John Daniel Ragland. Task-specific Disruptions in Theta Oscillations during Working Memory for Temporal Order in People with Schizophrenia
2131 -- 2144Michele Scaltritti, Remo Job, Francois-Xavier Alario, Simone Sulpizio. On the Boundaries between Decision and Action: Effector-selective Lateralization of Beta-frequency Power Is Modulated by the Lexical Frequency of Printed Words
2145 -- 2158Shruti Ullas, Lars Hausfeld, Anne Cutler, Frank Eisner, Elia Formisano. Neural Correlates of Phonetic Adaptation as Induced by Lexical and Audiovisual Context
2159 -- 2177Dion T. Henare, Hanna Kadel, Anna Schubö. Voluntary Control of Task Selection Does Not Eliminate the Impact of Selection History on Attention
2178 -- 2202Vitaly L. Galinsky, Lawrence R. Frank. Brain Waves: Emergence of Localized, Persistent, Weakly Evanescent Cortical Loops

Volume 32, Issue 10

1823 -- 1836Shlomi Haar, Opher Donchin. A Revised Computational Neuroanatomy for Motor Control
1837 -- 1850Louis N. Irwin, Brian A. Irwin. Place and Environment in the Ongoing Evolution of Cognitive Neuroscience
1851 -- 1863Hannah J. Stewart, Dawei Shen, Nasim Sham, Claude Alain. Involuntary Orienting and Conflict Resolution during Auditory Attention: The Role of Ventral and Dorsal Streams
1864 -- 1880Brian Mathias, Anna P. Zamm, Pierre G. Gianferrara, Bernhard Ross, Caroline Palmer. Rhythm Complexity Modulates Behavioral and Neural Dynamics During Auditory-Motor Synchronization
1881 -- 1895Klodiana-Daphne Tona, Hans Revers, Bart Verkuil, Sander Nieuwenhuis. Noradrenergic Regulation of Cognitive Flexibility: No Effects of Stress, Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation, and Atomoxetine on Task-switching in Humans
1896 -- 1923Avinash R. Vaidya, David Badre. Neural Systems for Memory-based Value Judgment and Decision-making
1924 -- 1945Lucía Magis-Weinberg, Ruud Custers, Iroise Dumontheil. Sustained and Transient Processes in Event-based Prospective Memory in Adolescence and Adulthood
1946 -- 1962Jennifer C. Weeks, Cheryl L. Grady, Lynn Hasher, Bradley R. Buchsbaum. Holding On to the Past: Older Adults Show Lingering Neural Activation of No-Longer-Relevant Items in Working Memory
1963 -- 1974Pin-Chun Chen, Lauren N. Whitehurst, Mohsen Naji, Sara C. Mednick. Autonomic Activity during a Daytime Nap Facilitates Working Memory Improvement
1975 -- 1983Esti Blanco-Elorrieta, Nai Ding, Liina Pylkkänen, David Poeppel. Understanding Requires Tracking: Noise and Knowledge Interact in Bilingual Comprehension
1984 -- 2000Nahian S. Chowdhury, Evan J. Livesey, Justin A. Harris. Stop Signal Task Training Strengthens GABA-mediated Neurotransmission within the Primary Motor Cortex
2001 -- 2012Sahil Luthra, João Mendonca Correia, Dave F. Kleinschmidt, Laura Mesite, Emily B. Myers. Lexical Information Guides Retuning of Neural Patterns in Perceptual Learning for Speech
2013 -- 2023John M. Henderson, Jessica E. Goold, Wonil Choi, Taylor R. Hayes. Neural Correlates of Fixated Low- and High-level Scene Properties during Active Scene Viewing
2024 -- 2035Mikael Lundqvist, André M. Bastos, Earl K. Miller. Preservation and Changes in Oscillatory Dynamics across the Cortical Hierarchy

Volume 32, Issue 1

1 -- 11Daniele Migliorati, Filippo Zappasodi, Mauro Gianni Perrucci, Brunella Donno, Georg Northoff, Vincenzo Romei, Marcello Costantini. Individual Alpha Frequency Predicts Perceived Visuotactile Simultaneity
12 -- 35Gina R. Kuperberg, Trevor Brothers, Edward W. Wlotko. A Tale of Two Positivities and the N400: Distinct Neural Signatures Are Evoked by Confirmed and Violated Predictions at Different Levels of Representation
36 -- 49Jin Wang, Mabel L. Rice, James R. Booth. Syntactic and Semantic Specialization and Integration in 5- to 6-Year-Old Children during Auditory Sentence Processing
50 -- 64Christelle Larzabal, Nadège Bacon-Macé, Sophie Muratot, Simon J. Thorpe. Tracking Your Mind's Eye during Recollection: Decoding the Long-Term Recall of Short Audiovisual Clips
65 -- 84Veronica Mäki-Marttunen, Thomas Hagen, Bruno Laeng, Thomas Espeseth. Distinct Neural Mechanisms Meet Challenges in Dynamic Visual Attention due to Either Load or Object Spacing
85 -- 99David W. Bressler, Ariel Rokem, Michael A. Silver. Slow Endogenous Fluctuations in Cortical fMRI Signals Correlate with Reduced Performance in a Visual Detection Task and Are Suppressed by Spatial Attention
100 -- 110Reuben Rideaux, Elizabeth Michael, Andrew E. Welchman. Adaptation to Binocular Anticorrelation Results in Increased Neural Excitability
111 -- 123Mattson Ogg, Thomas A. Carlson, L. Robert Slevc. The Rapid Emergence of Auditory Object Representations in Cortex Reflect Central Acoustic Attributes
124 -- 140Hyojeong Kim, Margaret L. Schlichting, Alison R. Preston, Jarrod A. Lewis-Peacock. Predictability Changes What We Remember in Familiar Temporal Contexts
141 -- 154Michele Fornaciai, Joonkoo Park. Neural Dynamics of Serial Dependence in Numerosity Perception
155 -- 166Hugo Weissbart, Katerina D. Kandylaki, Tobias Reichenbach. Cortical Tracking of Surprisal during Continuous Speech Comprehension
167 -- 186Yuta Katsumi, Florin Dolcos, Matthew Moore, Bruce D. Bartholow, Monica Fabiani, Sanda Dolcos. Electrophysiological Correlates of Racial In-group Bias in Observing Nonverbal Social Encounters