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Stephan Moratti

Senior researcher
Emotional processing

stephan.moratti@ctb.upm.es

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Prof. Stephan Moratti, PhD
Department of Experimental Psychology
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Campus Somosaguas
28223 Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid)
Spain

Laboratory of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience
Laboratory of Clinical Neuroscience
Center for Biomedical Technology
Campus de Montegancedo
28223 Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid)
Spain

Main publications

2018

  • Yuan M, Giménez-Fernández T, Méndez-Bértolo C, Moratti S. Ultrafast Cortical Gain Adaptation in the Human Brain by Trial-To-Trial Changes of Associative Strength in Fear Learning. J. Neurosci.. 2018 Sep; 38(38):8262-8276. PubMed ID: 30104342.

2017

  • Moratti S, Giménez-Fernández T, Méndez-Bértolo C, de Vicente-Pérez F. Conditioned inhibitory and excitatory gain modulations of visual cortex in fear conditioning: Effects of analysis strategies of magnetocortical responses. Psychophysiology. 2017 06; 54(6):882-893. PubMed ID: 28169431.

2016

  • Méndez-Bértolo C, Moratti S, Toledano R, Lopez-Sosa F, Martínez-Alvarez R, Mah YH, Vuilleumier P, Gil-Nagel A, Strange BA. A fast pathway for fear in human amygdala. Nat. Neurosci.. 2016 08; 19(8):1041-9. PubMed ID: 27294508.

2015

  • Moratti S, Strange B, Rubio G. Emotional arousal modulation of right temporoparietal cortex in depression depends on parental depression status in women: first evidence. J Affect Disord. 2015 Jun; 178:79-87. PubMed ID: 25801520.

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