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Trends in Cognitive Sciences is a journal indexed in SJR in Cognitive Neuroscience and Experimental and Cognitive Psychology with an H index of 313. It has a price of 2083 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 6,857 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Trends in Cognitive Sciences focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: memory, social, models, ffa, facial, faces, face, experience, evolution, disorderscomputational, ...

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Languages: English

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memory, social, models, ffa, facial, faces, face, experience, evolution, disorderscomputational, fmri, forgethypnosis, free, fusiform, good, happygamma, heterogeneity, humansinhibition, implications, disinhibition, decisions, decision, areadecision, bad, beautythe, brain, challenge, choice, choose, circuitry, cognitive, constraints, contextfear, control, cooperationcausal, cortexmate,

Best articles

A hard look at consciousness, naturally...

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A lever on neural control

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Affective blindsight: are we blindly led by emotions?

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All on the surface ?

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Arguing against mind designers

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Beyond the Cognitive Map: From Place Cells to Episodic Memory by A. David Redish

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Biological foundations of numerical thinking Response to T.J. Simon (1999)

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Cognition in the bisection task

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Cognitive Neuroscience

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Computational modeling of emotion: explorations through the anatomy and physiology of fear conditioning

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Computational studies of the development of functionally specialized neural modules

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Constructing and representing visual objects

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Control freaks, or ghost-(in-the-machine)-busters?

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Decisions, decisions

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Did you hear the one about the laughter website?

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Disgust faces, basal ganglia and obsessive-compulsive disorder: Some strange brainfellows

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e-publishing debate

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Escape from illusion: reducing false memories

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Essential ingredients of imaging

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Evolution and risky decisions

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Evolving artificial intelligence

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Experiences from 'Brain Camp'

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