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PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Neuroimaging of Human Brain Function

 

 

The neuroimaging of human brain function
Michael I.Posner and Marcus E.Raichle

 

763–764

 

 

Behind the scenes of functional brain imaging: A historical and physiological perspective
Marcus E.Raichle

 

765–772

 

 

Event-related functional MRI: Past, present, and future
Bruce R.Rosen, Randy L.Buckner, and Anders M.Dale

 

773–780

 

 

Event-related brain potentials in the study of visual selective attention
Steven A.Hillyard and Lourdes Anllo-Vento

 

781–787

 

 

Functional and structural mapping of human cerebral cortex: Solutions are in the surfaces
David C.Van Essen, Heather A.Drury, Sarang Joshi, and Michael I.Miller

 

788–795

 

 

Imaging neuroscience: Principles or maps?
Karl J.Friston

 

796–802

 

 

Spatially independent activity patterns in functional MRI data during the Stroop color-naming task
Martin J.McKeown, Tzyy-Ping Jung, Scott Makeig, Greg Brown, Sandra S.Kindermann, Te-Won Lee, and Terrence J.Sejnowski

 

803–810

 

 

Functional analysis of primary visual cortex (V1) in humans
Roger B.H.Tootell, Nouchine K.Hadjikhani, Wim Vanduffeld, Arthur K.Liu, Janine D.Mendola, Martin I.Sereno, and Anders M.Dale

 

811–817

 

 

The representation of the ipsilateral visual field in human cerebral cortex
Roger B.H.Tootell, Janine D.Mendola, Nouchine K.Hadjikhani, Arthur K.Liu, and Anders M.Dale

 

818–824

 

 

On the role of selective attention in visual perception
Steven J.Luck and Michelle A.Ford

 

825–830

 

 

Frontoparietal cortical networks for directing attention and the eye to visual locations: Identical, independent, or overlapping neural systems?
Maurizio Corbetta

 

831–838

 

 

Neural components of topographical representation
Geoffrey K.Aguirre, Eric Zarahn, and Mark D’Esposito

 

839–846

 

 

The neural development and organization of letter recognition: Evidence from functional neuroimaging, computational modeling, and behavioral studies
Thad A.Polk and Martha J.Farah

 

847–852

 

 

The effects of practice on the functional anatomy of task performance
Steven E.Petersen, Hanneke van Mier, Julie A. Fiez, and Marcus E.Raichle

 

853–860



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Colloquium on Neuroimaging of Human Brain Function PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Table of Contents Papers from a National Academy of Sciences Colloquium on Neuroimaging of Human Brain Function     The neuroimaging of human brain function Michael I.Posner and Marcus E.Raichle   763–764     Behind the scenes of functional brain imaging: A historical and physiological perspective Marcus E.Raichle   765–772     Event-related functional MRI: Past, present, and future Bruce R.Rosen, Randy L.Buckner, and Anders M.Dale   773–780     Event-related brain potentials in the study of visual selective attention Steven A.Hillyard and Lourdes Anllo-Vento   781–787     Functional and structural mapping of human cerebral cortex: Solutions are in the surfaces David C.Van Essen, Heather A.Drury, Sarang Joshi, and Michael I.Miller   788–795     Imaging neuroscience: Principles or maps? Karl J.Friston   796–802     Spatially independent activity patterns in functional MRI data during the Stroop color-naming task Martin J.McKeown, Tzyy-Ping Jung, Scott Makeig, Greg Brown, Sandra S.Kindermann, Te-Won Lee, and Terrence J.Sejnowski   803–810     Functional analysis of primary visual cortex (V1) in humans Roger B.H.Tootell, Nouchine K.Hadjikhani, Wim Vanduffeld, Arthur K.Liu, Janine D.Mendola, Martin I.Sereno, and Anders M.Dale   811–817     The representation of the ipsilateral visual field in human cerebral cortex Roger B.H.Tootell, Janine D.Mendola, Nouchine K.Hadjikhani, Arthur K.Liu, and Anders M.Dale   818–824     On the role of selective attention in visual perception Steven J.Luck and Michelle A.Ford   825–830     Frontoparietal cortical networks for directing attention and the eye to visual locations: Identical, independent, or overlapping neural systems? Maurizio Corbetta   831–838     Neural components of topographical representation Geoffrey K.Aguirre, Eric Zarahn, and Mark D’Esposito   839–846     The neural development and organization of letter recognition: Evidence from functional neuroimaging, computational modeling, and behavioral studies Thad A.Polk and Martha J.Farah   847–852     The effects of practice on the functional anatomy of task performance Steven E.Petersen, Hanneke van Mier, Julie A. Fiez, and Marcus E.Raichle   853–860

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Colloquium on Neuroimaging of Human Brain Function     The acquisition of skilled motor performance: Fast and slow experience-driven changes in primary motor cortex Avi Karni, Gundela Meyer, Christine Rey-Hipolito, Peter Jezzard, Michelle M.Adams, Robert Turner, and Leslie G.Ungerleider   861–868     Rapidly induced auditory plasticity: The ventriloquism aftereffect Gregg H.Recanzone   869–875     Components of verbal working memory: Evidence from neuroimaging Edward E.Smith, John Jonides, Christy Marshuetz, and Robert A.Koeppe   876–882     A neural system for human visual working memory Leslie G.Ungerleider, Susan M.Courtney, and James V.Haxby   883–890     Functional neuroimaging studies of encoding, priming, and explicit memory retrieval Randy L.Buckner and Wilma Koutstaal   891–898     Anatomy of word and sentence meaning Michael I.Posner and Antonella Pavese   899–905     The role of left prefrontal cortex in language and memory John D.E.Gabrieli, Russell A.Poldrack, and John E.Desmond   906–913     Neuroimaging studies of word reading Julie A.Fiez and Steven E.Petersen   914–921     Cerebral organization for language in deaf and hearing subjects: Biological constraints and effects of experience Helen J.Neville, Daphne Bavelier, David Corina, Josef Rauschecker, Avi Karni, Anil Lalwani, Allen Braun, Vince Clark, Peter Jezzard, and Robert Turner   922–929