Corpus callosum size is linked to dichotic deafness and hemisphericity, not sex or handedness
Age differences in fluid intelligence: Contributions of general slowing and frontal decline
Age-related changes in duration reproduction: Involvement of working memory processes
Rhythm deficits in ‘tone deafness’
Three studies on configural face processing by chimpanzees
Dissociation of event-related potentials indexing arousal and semantic cohesion during emotional word encoding
Evidence for a double dissociation between spatial-simultaneous and spatial-sequential working memory in visuospatial (nonverbal) learning disabled children
Simultaneous masking in a dichotic emotion detection task
Learned irrelevance and response perseveration in a total change dimensional shift task
The center of attention: Theoretical advances and implications for rehabilitation
Aging and attention: In and out of the laboratory
The importance of behavioural data in interpreting neuroimaging activation maps
Age-related changes in auditory attention and scene analysis
Aging and saccades
Age-related changes in attention and memory
On the control of orienting
Attention regulation, aging and time of day
Lost in space—Perception and awarness in neglect
Attention related to sensorimotor control and rehabilitation in stroke
Vigilant attention: Imaging, rehabilitation and genetics
Additional extinction-specific deficit in unilateral neglect syndrome: Evidence from contrast detection experiments : #1
Prisms affect endogenous and exogenous orienting differently: Examining a possible mechanism for the rehabilitative effects of prisms in neglect : #2
The Differential influence of positive/negative face stimuli on attention and memory : #3
Common auditory distractions during obstacle circumvention affect older adults more than younger adults : #4
Division of visual attention during obstacle crossing in persons with traumatic brain injury as compared to healthy subjects : #5
Emotional memory enhancement is independent of attentional allocation and semantic cohesiveness : #6
Relationships between visuospatial neglect and stroke outcomes for rehabilitation inpatients : #7
Effect of left limb movements on leftward orienting of attention after right hemisphere stroke : #8
Cholinesterase inhibitors selectively benefit attention and executive function in Alzheimer's disease (AD) : #9
Validating and modifying a healthy model of visuo-spatial neglect : #10
Are there differences in the critical neuroanatomical substrates for left and right hemispatial neglect? : #11
The effect of verbal fluency task on balance control in young adults : #12
Eyes always attract attention but gaze-direction processing activates different brain networks depending on the task: fmri and eye movement evidence : #13
Attention decline in a cohort of older persons with normal cognitive function at baseline: relationship to changes in homocysteine levels : #14
Dynamic synchrony analysis of erp during visual sentences justification : #15
Papers to Appear in Forthcoming Issues