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Volume 46, Number 3, May 2009

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The heart contracts to reward: Monetary incentives and preejection period
pp. 451-457(7)
Authors: Richter, Michael; Gendolla, Guido H. E.

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Genetic influences on heart rate variability at rest and during stress
pp. 458-465(8)
Authors: Wang, Xiaoling; Ding, Xiuhua; Su, Shaoyong; Li, Zhibin; Riese, Harriette; Thayer, Julian F.; Treiber, Frank; Snieder, Harold

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AKAP10 (I646V) functional polymorphism predicts heart rate and heart rate variability in apparently healthy, middle-aged European-Americans
pp. 466-472(7)
Authors: Neumann, Serina A.; Tingley, Whittemore G.; Conklin, Bruce R.; Shrader, Catherine J.; Peet, Eloise; Muldoon, Matthew F.; Jennings, J. Richard; Ferrell, Robert E.; Manuck, Stephen B.

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Association between longitudinal changes in depressive symptoms and plasma fibrinogen levels in school teachers
pp. 473-480(8)
Authors: Von Känel, Roland; Bellingrath, Silja; Kudielka, Brigitte M.

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Aversive associative conditioning of prepulses in a startle inhibition paradigm
pp. 481-486(6)
Authors: Nees, Frauke; Hahn, Melanie; Schulz, André; Blumenthal, Terry D.; Schächinger, Hartmut

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Postauricular reflex responses to pictures varying in valence and arousal
pp. 487-490(4)
Authors: Gable, Philip A.; Harmon-Jones, Eddie

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Measuring appetitive responding with the postauricular reflex
pp. 491-497(7)
Authors: Sandt, Arthur R.; Sloan, Denise M.; Johnson, Kareem J.

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Visual perceptual load modulates an auditory microreflex
pp. 498-501(4)
Authors: Parks, Nathan A.; Hilimire, Matthew R.; Corballis, Paul M.

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Serial or parallel processing in dual tasks: What is more effortful?
pp. 502-509(8)
Authors: Lehle, Carola; Steinhauser, Marco; Hübner, Ronald

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Differentiating neural responses to emotional pictures: Evidence from temporal-spatial PCA
pp. 521-530(10)
Authors: Foti, Dan; Hajcak, Greg; Dien, Joseph

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To PE or not to PE: A P3-like ERP component reflecting the processing of response errors
pp. 531-538(8)
Authors: Ridderinkhof, K. Richard; Ramautar, Jennifer R.; Wijnen, Jasper G.

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Reduced event-related low frequency EEG activity in schizophrenia during an auditory oddball task
pp. 566-577(12)
Authors: Doege, K.; Bates, A. T.; White, T. P.; Das, D.; Boks, M. P.; Liddle, P. F.

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Validation of regression-based myogenic correction techniques for scalp and source-localized EEG
pp. 578-592(15)
Authors: McMenamin, Brenton W.; Shackman, Alexander J.; Maxwell, Jeffrey S.; Greischar, Lawrence L.; Davidson, Richard J.

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Distraction by color and its electrophysiological correlates
pp. 593-606(14)
Authors: Vierck, Esther; Miller, Jeff

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The cognitive control of distraction by novelty in children aged 7–8 and adults
pp. 607-616(10)
Authors: Wetzel, Nicole; Widmann, Andreas; Schröger, Erich

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An auditory oddball (P300) spelling system for brain-computer interfaces
pp. 617-625(9)
Authors: Furdea, A.; Halder, S.; Krusienski, D.J.; Bross, D.; Nijboer, F.; Birbaumer, N.; Kübler, A.

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Microsaccadic inhibition and P300 enhancement in a visual oddball task
pp. 635-644(10)
Authors: Valsecchi, Matteo; Dimigen, Olaf; Kliegl, Reinhold; Sommer, Werner; Turatto, Massimo

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The instructed context of a motor task modulates covert response preparation and shifts of spatial attention
pp. 655-667(13)
Authors: Gherri, Elena; Van Velzen, José; Eimer, Martin

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