Marques, J.F, Raposo, A. & Almeida, J. (in press). Structural processing and category-specific deficits. Cortex.

Marques, J.F., Mendes, M. & Raposo, A (2012). Sensitivity and salience of form-function correlations of objects: evidence from feature tasks. Memory & Cognition 40, 748-759.

Raposo, A., Mendes, M. & Marques, J.F. (2012). The hierarchical organization of semantic memory: executive function in the processing of superordinate concepts. NeuroImage 59, 1870-1878. [PDF]


Marques, J.F. & Raposo, A. (2011). Structural dimensions of object pictures: organization and relation to object decision and naming. Visual Cognition 19, 705-729. [PDF]

Raposo, A., Vicens, L., Clithero, J.A., Dobbins, I.G. & Huettel, S.A. (2011). Contributions of frontopolar cortex to judgments about self, others, and relations. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 6, 260-269. [PDF]


Han, S., Huettel, S.A., Raposo, A., Adcock, R.A. & Dobbins, I. G. (2010). Functional significance of striatal responses during episodic decisions: recovery or goal attainment? The Journal of Neuroscience 30, 4767-4775. [PDF]

Dobbins, I.G. & Raposo, A. (2010). Episodic and autobiographical memory: psychological and neural aspects. In G. Koob, R.F. Thompson and M. Le Moal (eds) Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience. London: Elsevier.


Raposo, A., Han, S. & Dobbins, I.G. (2009). Ventrolateral prefrontal cortex and self-initiated semantic elaboration during memory retrieval. Neuropsychologia Special Issue on Episodic Memory and the Brain 47, 2261-2271. [PDF]

Raposo, A., Moss, H.E., Stamatakis, E.A. & Tyler, L.K. (2009). Modulation of motor and premotor cortices by actions, action words and action sentences. Neuropsychologia 47, 388-396. [PDF]


Raposo, A., Moss, H.E., Stamatakis, E.A. & Tyler, L.K. (2006). Repetition suppression and semantic enhancement: An investigation of the neural correlates of priming. Neuropsychologia 44, 2284-2295. [PDF]

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