Exploring terra incognita of cognitive science: Lateralization of gene expression at the frontal pole of the human brain.
Brain mechanisms of the Tip-of-the-Tongue state:An electroencephalography-based source localization study.
Cognitive aspects of human motor activity: Contribution of right hemisphere and cerebellum.
Not all reading is alike: Task modulation of magnetic evoked response to visual word.
Technology-related transformations of imaginary body boundaries: Psychopathology of the everyday excessive Internet and mobile phone use.
The relationship between interference control and sense of presence in virtual environments.
The application of virtual reality technology to testing resistance to motion sickness.
Structure of conceptual models in the senior operating staff of nuclear power plants.
Gaze-and-brain-controlled interfaces for human-computer and human-robot interaction.
The unconscious nature of insight: A dual-task paradigm investigation.
Discourse abilities in the structure of intelligence.
The concentric model of human working memory: A validation study using complex span and updating tasks.
A computational model of consciousness for artificial emotional agents.
Feeling of agency versus judgment of agency in passive movements with various delays from the stimulus.
On the challenge of polysemy in contemporary cognitive research: What is conscious and what is unconscious.
In search of the “I”: Neuropsychology of lateralized thinking meets Dynamic Causal Modeling.
Cognitive science: The art and its implications.