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The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience (5)

Edited by Edited by Michael B. Miller (Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA) and Alan Kingstone (Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)
The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience (5)

Published: April 2011

Volume 1224

The fourth installment of this annual reviews series presents scholarly articles on topics in cognitive neuroscience.
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The 2011 volume of the Year in Cognitive Neuroscience presents leading scientists current thinking on topics including challenges and opportunities in social neuroscience; the neurobiological basis of seeing words; bayesian models of uncertainty, behavior, and the brain; behavioral and neural evidence for the porous boundaries between explicit and implicit memory; challenges and opportunities in social neuroscience; perception of auditory signals; human category learning 2.0; animal emotion; and the human connectome. The volume also includes an interview with Michael Gazzinga.