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ISSN: 0028-3932

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Neuropsychologia is a journal indexed in SJR in Cognitive Neuroscience and Experimental and Cognitive Psychology with an H index of 206. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,439 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,439.

Neuropsychologia focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: perception, processing, memory, study, correlates, tdcs, evidence, left, speech, spatial, ...

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perception, processing, memory, study, correlates, tdcs, evidence, left, speech, spatial, aging, adults, action, case, eventrelated, fmri, semantic, role, picture, phonological, behavioural, deficit, developmental, effect, attention, learning, modulation, motor, time,

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A category-specific deficit of spatial representation: the case of autotopagnosia

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A progressive category-specific semantic deficit for non-living things

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Abnormal gaze strategies during problem solving in Parkinson's disease

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Action planning in a virtual context after prefrontal cortex damage

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Activational effects of testosterone on cognitive function in men

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Age differences in vigilance as a function of health-related physical fitness and task demands

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Analogical representation and language structure

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Are there sex differences in the brain basis of literacy related skills? Evidence from reading and spelling impairments after early unilateral brain damage

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Aspects of bilingual aphasia

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Asymmetric influences of pointing on saccade latency in hemi-Parkinson's disease

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Asymmetrical memory decline in normal aging and dementia

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Attentional asymmetries following ECT in patients with major depression

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Attentional bias in normal subjects performing visual and tactile radial line bisectionsfn2fn2Supported by the Medical Research Service of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Between-species variation in the development of hand preference among macaques

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Biased attention and the fused dichotic words test

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Birth order and left-handedness revisited: some recent findings in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and their implications for developmental and evolutionary models of human handedness

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Bradykinesia and movement precision in Huntington's disease

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Brain systems engaged in encoding and retrieval of word-pair associates independent of their imagery content or presentation modalities

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Can the recognition of living things really be selectively impaired?

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Categorisation of 'perceptual' and 'premotor' neglect patients across different tasks: is there strong evidence for a dichotomy?

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Cerebral hemodynamic response induced by the Tower of Hanoi puzzle and the Wisconsin Card Sorting test

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Cerebral lateralization for the processing of spatial coordinates and categories in left- and right-handers

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Coffee in the cornflakes: time-of-day as a modulator of executive response control

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Cognitive modelling of face processing: Evidence from Alzheimer patients

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