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作者:Oriel FeldmanHall , Paul Glimcher , Augustus L. Baker ...
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1742-1754麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:Decisions under uncertainty distinguish between those made under risk (known probabilities) and those made under ambiguity (unknown probabilities). Despite widespread interest in decisions under uncertainty and the successful documentation that these distinct psychological c...
作者:Satwant Kumar , Rufin Vogels
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1699-1709麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:An unresolved question in cognitive neuroscience is how representations of object categories at different levels (basic and superordinate) develop during the course of the neural response within an area. To address this, we decoded categories of different levels from the spiking ...
作者:Sisi Wang , Jason Rajsic , Geoffrey F. Woodman
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1689-1698麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:Visual working memory temporarily represents a continuous stream of task-relevant objects as we move through our environment performing tasks. Previous work has identified candidate neural mechanisms of visual working memory storage; however, we do not know which of these mechani...
作者:Witney Chen , Coralie de Hemptinne , Michael Leibbrand ...
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1768-1776麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:Patients with Parkinson disease (PD) often experience nonmotor symptoms including cognitive deficits, depression, and anxiety. Cognitive and affective processes are thought to be mediated by prefrontal cortico-basal ganglia circuitry. However, the topography and neurophysiol...
作者:Holly J. Bowen , Eric C. Fields , Elizabeth A. Kensinger
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1755-1767麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:Memory retrieval is thought to involve the reactivation of encoding processes. Previous fMRI work has indicated that reactivation processes are modulated by the residual effects of the prior emotional encoding context; different spatial patterns emerge during retrieval of me...
作者:Vinod Goel , Miriam Marling , Vanessa Raymont ...
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1674-1688麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:The effect of prior beliefs on reasoning and decision-making is a robust, poorly understood phenomenon, exhibiting considerable individual variation. Neuroimaging studies widely show the involvement of the left pFC in reasoning involving beliefs. However, little patient data...
作者:Alexandra M. Gaynor , Elizabeth F. Chua
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1710-1725麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:Past research has shown that judgments of learning (JOLs), subjective confidence judgments made at study about later memorability, are inferential in nature and based on cues available during encoding. Participants tend to use fluency as a cue and give higher JOLs to more fluentl...
作者:Maria Kuehne , Isabelle Siwy , Tino Zaehle ...
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1631-1640麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:Facial expressions provide information about an individual's intentions and emotions and are thus an important medium for nonverbal communication. Theories of embodied cognition assume that facial mimicry and resulting facial feedback plays an important role in the perception of ...
作者:Sarah M. Tashjian , João F. Guassi Moreira , Adriana Galván
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1726-1741麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:The extent to which individuals are inclined to judge unfamiliar others as trustworthy can have important implications for social functioning. Using multivariate pattern analysis, a neural phenotype of trust bias was identified in 48 human adolescents (ages 14–18 years, 26 f...
作者:Tadeusz W. Kononowicz , Virginie van Wassenhove
来源:[J].Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience(IF 4.493), 2019, Vol.31 (11), pp.1641-1657麻省理工大学出版社
摘要:When producing a duration, for instance, by pressing a key for 1 sec, the brain relies on self-generated neuronal dynamics to monitor the “flow of time.” Evidence has suggested that the brain can also monitor itself monitoring time, the so-called self-evaluation. How are tem...

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