2004.04.02 - 2004.08.06

2004/08/06

    Rhesus monkeys ( Macaca mulatta) discriminate between knowing and not knowing and collect information as needed before acting
    Robert R. Hampton, Aaron Zivin, Elisabeth A. Murray
    Animal Cognition (Online)
    Report  A.Onzo
    Temporal difference models describe higher-order learning in humans
    Ben Seymour, John P. O'Doherty, Peter Dayan, Martin Koltzenburg, Anthony K. Jones, Raymond J. Dolan, Karl J. Friston & Richard S. Frackowiak
    Nature, 429, 664-667 (10 Jun 2004)
    Report  T.Sudo


2004/07/21

    Prediction of immediate and future rewards differentially recruits cortico-basal ganglia loops
    Saori C Tanaka, Kenji Doya, Go Okada, Kazutaka Ueda, Yasumasa Okamoto, Shigeto Yamawaki
    Nature Neuroscience, vol.7, 2004, 887-893
    Report  T.Sudo
    Thinking About Actions: The Neural Substrates of Person Knowledge
    Mason Malia F., Banfield Jane F., Macrae C. Neil
    Cerebral Cortex, 2004, 14, 209-214.
    Report  Q.Zhang
    Intersubject Synchronization of Cortical Activity During Natural Vision
    Uri Hasson, Yuval Nir, Ifat Levy, Galit Fuhrmann, and Rafael Malach
    Science, 303, 1634-1640, 12 MAR 2004
    Report  K.Mogi


2004/07/09

    "Laughing" rats and the evolutionary antecedents of human joy?
    Jaak Panksepp and Jeff Burgdorf
    Physiology & Behavior, 79 (2003) 533-547
    Report  T.Yanagawa
    Distinct portions of anterior cingulate cortex and medial prefrontal cortex are activated by reward processing in separable phases of decision-making cognition
    Rogers RD, Ramnani N, Mackay C, Wilson JL, Jezzard P, Carter CS, Smith SM
    Biological Psychiatry - 15 March 2004 (Vol. 55, Issue 6)
    Report  F.Taya
    On the relation between brain potentials and the awareness of voluntary movements
    P. Haggard and Martin Eimer
    Experimental Brain Research, 126, 128-133 (1999)
    Report  T.Sekine


2004/06/07

    Choosing between Small, Likely Rewards and Large, Unlikely Rewards Activates Inferior and Orbital Prefrontal Cortex
    Robert D. Rogers, Adrian M. Owen, Hugh C. Middleton, Emma J. Williams, John D. Pickard, Barbara J. Sahakian, and Trevor W. Robbins
    The Journal of Neuroscience, 1999, 20(19):9029-9038
    Report  A.Onzo
    Attention to Intention
    Hakwan C. Lau, Robert D. Rogers, Patrick Haggard, and Richard E. Passingham
    Science, 303, 1208-1210, 20 FEB 2004
    Report  T.Sekine


2004/05/31

    Empathy for Pain Involves the Affective but not Sensory Components of Pain
    Tania Singer, Ben Seymour, John O'Doherty, Holger Kaube, Raymond J. Dolan, and Chris D. Frith
    Science, 303, 1157-1162, 20 FEB 2004
    Report  K.Omata
    Contextually Evoked Object-Specific Responses in Human Visual Cortex
    David Cox, Ethan Meyers, and Pawan Sinha
    Science, 304, 115-117, 2 APR 2004
    Report  K.Mogi


2004/05/21

    The Involvement of the Orbitofrontal Cortex in the Experience of Regret
    Nathalie Camille, Giorgio Coricelli, Jerome Sallet, Pascale Pradat-Diehl, Jean-René Duhamel, and Angela Sirigu
    Science, 304, 1167-1170, 21 MAY 2004
    Report  K.Mogi
    Perceived luminance depends on temporal context
    David M. Eagleman, John E. Jacobson, Terrence J. Sejnowski
    Nature 428, 854-856 (22 Apr 2004)
    Report  Q.Zhang


2004/05/14

    Activity dynamics and propagation of synchronous spiking in locally connected random networks
    Mehring C, Hehl U, Kubo M, Diesmann M, Aertsen A.
    Biol Cybern. 2003 May;88(5):395-408
    Report  T.Yanagawa

2004/05/07

    Dopamine neurons report an error in the temporal prediction of reward during learning
    Jeffrey R. Hollerman, Wolfram Schultz
    Nature Neuroscience, vol.1, 1998, 304-309
    Report  F.Taya

2004/04/08

    Anterior Cingulate Conflict Monitoring and Adjustments in Control
    John G. Kerns, Jonathan D. Cohen, Angus W. MacDonald, III, Raymond Y. Cho, V. Andrew Stenger, and Cameron S. Carter
    Science, 303, 1023-1026, 13 FEB 2004
    Report  F.Taya
    Baby arithmetic: one object plus one tone
    Tessei Kobayashi, Kazuo Hiraki, Ryoko Mugitani and Toshikazu Hasegawa
    Cognition 91 (2004) B23-B34
    Report  T.Sudo
    Tools for the body (schema)
    Angelo Maravita and Atsushi Iriki
    Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8(2), 79-86, 2004
    Report  T.Sekine


2004/04/02

    Men and women differ in amygdala response to visual sexual stimuli
    Stephan Hamann, Rebecca A Herman, Carla L Nolan, Kim Wallen
    Nature Neuroscience, vol.7, 2004, 411-416
    Report  K.Omata

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