Predictability influences whether outcomes are processed in terms of original or relative values
Trial-to-trial dynamics of selective long-term-memory retrieval with continuously changing retrieval targets
Visual enhancement of auditory beat perception across auditory interference levels
Disentangling the neural mechanisms involved in Hinduism- and Buddhism-related meditations
The neural basis of dishonest decisions that serve to harm or help the target
Electrophysiological correlates of processes supporting memory for faces
Gaze direction affects visuo-spatial short-term memory
Erratum to “Negative affectivity and EEG asymmetry interact to predict emotional interference on attention in early school-aged children” [Brain Cognit. 87 (2014) 173–180],
Regional and inter-regional theta oscillation during episodic novelty processing
Frontal and parietal EEG asymmetries interact to predict attentional bias to threat
Disturbances of spontaneous empathic processing relate with the severity of the negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia: A behavioural pilot-study using virtual reality technology
Reasoning from transitive premises: An EEG study
Cortical functional connectivity is associated with the valence of affective states
Association between the arginine vasopressin receptor 1A (AVPR1A) gene and preschoolers’ executive functioning
Developmental plateau in visual object processing from adolescence to adulthood in autism
Self-unawareness of levodopa induced dyskinesias in patients with Parkinson’s disease
Detecting concealed information using feedback related event-related brain potentials
Dissociation in accessing space and number representations in pathologic pain patients
Neural mechanisms of savant calendar calculating in autism: An MEG-study of few single cases
Reasoning about the implications of facial expressions: A behavioral and fMRI study on low and high social impact
The effects of musical practice on structural plasticity: The dynamics of grey matter changes
False memories to emotional stimuli are not equally affected in right- and left-brain-damaged stroke patients