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2011
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Rapid Modulation of Sensory Processing Induced by Stimulus Conflict
■ Humans are constantly confronted with environmental stimuli that conflict with task goals and can interfere with successful behavior. Prevailing theories propose the existence...
Lawrence G. Appelbaum, David V. Smith, Carsten Nic...
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2011
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Selective Cortical Mapping of Biological Motion Processing in Young Infants
Sarah Lloyd-Fox, Anna Blasi, Nick Everdell, Clare ...
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2011
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Perception of Speech in Noise: Neural Correlates
■ The presence of irrelevant auditory information (other talkers, environmental noises) presents a major challenge to listening to speech. The fundamental frequency (F0) of the ...
Judy H. Song, Erika Skoe, Karen Banai, Nina Kraus
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2011
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Differential Activity for Animals and Manipulable Objects in the Anterior Temporal Lobes
■ Neuropsychological evidence has highlighted the role of the anterior temporal lobes in the processing of conceptual knowledge. That putative role is only beginning to be inves...
Stefano Anzellotti, Bradford Z. Mahon, Jens Schwar...
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2011
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Cardiorespiratory Fitness and the Flexible Modulation of Cognitive Control in Preadolescent Children
■ The influence of cardiorespiratory fitness on the modulation of cognitive control was assessed in preadolescent children separated into higher- and lower-fit groups. Participa...
Matthew B. Pontifex, Lauren B. Raine, Christopher ...
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2011
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Differential Involvement of Somatosensory and Interoceptive Cortices during the Observation of Affective Touch
■ Previous studies suggested that the observation of other individualsʼ somatosensory experiences also activates brain circuits processing oneʼs own somatosensory experiences....
Sjoerd J. H. Ebisch, Francesca Ferri, Anatolia Sal...
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2011
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Changes in Events Alter How People Remember Recent Information
■ Observers spontaneously segment larger activities into smaller events. For example, “washing a car” might be segmented into “scrubbing,” “rinsing,” and “drying...
Khena M. Swallow, Deanna M. Barch, Denise Head, Co...
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2011
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A Candidate for the Attentional Bottleneck: Set-size Specific Modulation of the Right TPJ during Attentive Enumeration
■ Several recent behavioral studies have shown that the enumeration of a small number of items (a process termed subitizing) depends on the availability of attentional resources...
Petra Vetter, Brian Butterworth, Bahador Bahrami
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2011
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Identifying the What, Why, and How of an Observed Action: An fMRI Study of Mentalizing and Mechanizing during Action Observation
■ Humans commonly understand the unobservable mental states of others by observing their actions. Embodied simulation theories suggest that this ability may be based in areas of...
Robert P. Spunt, Ajay B. Satpute, Matthew D. Liebe...
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