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Volume 43, Number 6, November 2006

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Gamma band activity and its synchronization reflect the dysfunctional emotional processing in alexithymic persons
pp. 533-540(8)
Authors: Matsumoto, Atsushi; Ichikawa, Yoko; Kanayama, Noriaki; Ohira, Hideki; Iidaka, Tetsuya

Attentional capacity for processing concurrent stimuli is larger across sensory modalities than within a modality
pp. 541-549(9)
Authors: Talsma, Durk; Doty, Tracy J.; Strowd, Roy; Woldorff, Marty G.

An electrophysiological investigation of indirect semantic priming
pp. 550-563(14)
Authors: Kreher, Donna A.; Holcomb, Phillip J.; Kuperberg, Gina R.

Repetition priming of possible and impossible objects from ERP and behavioral perspectives
pp. 569-578(10)
Authors: Friedman, David; Cycowicz, Yael M.

Brain potentials to mathematical syntax problems
pp. 579-591(13)
Authors: Martín-Loeches, Manuel; Casado, Pilar; Gonzalo, Raquel; De Heras, Lidia; Fernández-Frías, Carlos

Event-related potentials during mental imagery of animal sounds
pp. 592-597(6)
Authors: Wu, Jianhui; Mai, Xiaoqin; Chan, Chetwyn C.H.; Zheng, Yaqin; Luo, Yuejia

Brain potentials indicate poor preparation for action in schizophrenia
pp. 604-611(8)
Authors: Reuter, Benedikt; Herzog, Eva; Endrass, Tanja; Kathmann, Norbert

Respiratory sinus arrhythmia, emotion, and emotion regulation during social interaction
pp. 612-622(11)
Authors: Butler, Emily A.; Wilhelm, Frank H.; Gross, James J.

Schedule-induced electrodermal responding in children
pp. 623-632(10)
Authors: Latzman, Robert D.; Knutson, John F.; Fowles, Don C.

The impact of emotions on the perception of dyspnea in pediatric asthma
pp. 641-644(4)
Authors: Von Leupoldt, Andreas; Riedel, Frank; Dahme, Bernhard

The psychosocial stress-induced increase in salivary alpha-amylase is independent of saliva flow rate
pp. 645-652(8)
Authors: Rohleder, Nicolas; Wolf, Jutta M.; Maldonado, Enrique F.; Kirschbaum, Clemens

Acute cortisol administration reduces subjective fatigue in healthy women
pp. 653-656(4)
Authors: Tops, Mattie; van Peer, Jacobien M.; Wijers, Albertus A.; Korf, Jakob

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