Cognitive Neuroscience Publications

 
Current CCN research addresses many of the central questions about the mind and brain, from the perception of the visual world, through attention, learning and semantic memory, to emotion and the planning of complex action. Current methods used are equally diverse. A partial list of methods now in use at the CCN includes functional neuroimaging, event-related potentials, patient-based research, computational modeling, and behavioral methods with normal subjects.

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Papers from 2011

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Functional Neuroimaging Can Support Causal Claims about Brain Function, Matthew J. Weber and Sharon L. Thompson-Schill

Papers from 2010

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Fast Forward: Supramarginal Gyrus Stimulation Alters Time Measurement, Martin Wiener, Roy Hamilton, Peter Turkeltaub, Matthew S. Matell, and H. Branch Coslett

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Bayesian Online Learning of the Hazard Rate in Change-Point Problems, Robert C. Wilson, Matthew R. Nassar, and Joshua I. Gold

Papers from 2009

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The Neural Basis for Spatial Relations, Prin X. Amorapanth, Page Widick, and Anjan Chatterjee

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Co-localization of Stroop and Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution in Broca’s Area: Implications for the Neural Basis of Sentence Processing, David January, John C. Trueswell, and Sharon L. Thompson-Schill

Papers from 2008

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Simultanagnosia: When a Rose Is Not Red, H. Branch Coslett and Grace Lie

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The Representation of Parts and Wholes in Face-selective Cortex, Alison Harris and Geoffrey Karl Aguirre

Papers from 2007

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The Relation Between Color Discrimination and Color Constancy: When Is Optimal Adaptation Task Dependent?, Alicia B. Abrams, James M. Hillis, and David H. Brainard

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Power in Voxel-based Lesion–Symptom Mapping, Daniel Y. Kimberg, H. Branch Coslett, and Myrna F. Schwartz

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Prefrontal Cortical Response to Conflict during Semantic and Phonological Tasks, Hannah R. Snyder, Keith Feigenson, and Sharon L. Thompson-Schill