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Volume 49, Number 6, 1 June 2012

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Response‐related negativities following correct and incorrect responses: Evidence from a temporospatial principal component analysis
pp. 733-743(11)
Authors: Endrass, Tanja; Klawohn, Julia; Gruetzmann, Rosa; Ischebeck, Moritz; Kathmann, Norbert

pp. 744-755(12)
Authors: Barry, Robert J.; Steiner, Genevieve Z.; Blasio, Frances M.

Proactive and reactive control in
pp. 756-769(14)
Authors: Mansfield, Karen L.; Molen, Maurits W.; Boxtel, Geert J. M.

Neural mechanisms underlying the orienting response to subject's own name: An event‐related potential study
pp. 786-791(6)
Authors: Tateuchi, Toshihiko; Itoh, Kosuke; Nakada, Tsutomu

Demonstrating emotional processing differences in psychopathy using affective
pp. 792-806(15)
Authors: Anderson, Nathaniel E.; Stanford, Matthew S.

Defensive coping, urbanization, and neuroendocrine function in
pp. 807-814(8)
Authors: Malan, Leoné; Hamer, Mark; Reimann, Manja; Huisman, Hugo; Van Rooyen, Johannes; Schutte, Alta; Schutte, Rudolph; Potgieter, Johan; Wissing, Marié; Steyn, Faans; Seedat, Yaackob; Malan, Nico

The effects of blood‐draw and injection stimuli on the vasovagal response
pp. 815-820(6)
Authors: Gilchrist, Philippe T.; Ditto, Blaine

Learning to fear suffocation: A new paradigm for interoceptive fear conditioning
pp. 821-828(8)
Authors: Pappens, Meike; Smets, Elyn; Vansteenwegen, Debora; Bergh, Omer; Diest, Ilse

Perception of multi‐breath inspiratory loads in males and females
pp. 829-832(4)
Authors: Pappens, Meike; Smets, Elyn; Bergh, Omer; Diest, Ilse

Differential effects of moderate alcohol consumption on motion and contrast processing
pp. 833-841(9)
Authors: Weschke, Sarah; Niedeggen, Michael

Describing the interplay between anxiety and cognition: From impaired performance under low cognitive load to reduced anxiety under high load
pp. 842-852(11)
Authors: Vytal, Katherine; Cornwell, Brian; Arkin, Nicole; Grillon, Christian

Forced expiratory volume is associated with cardiovascular and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress
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Authors: Carroll, Douglas; Bibbey, Adam; Roseboom, Tessa J.; Phillips, Anna C.; Ginty, Annie T.; Rooij, Susanne R.

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