Mario Villena-González
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Orienting attention to visual or verbal/auditory imagery differentially impairs the processing of visual stimuli
M Villena-González, V López, E Rodríguez
Neuroimage 132, 71-78, 2016
Attending to the heart is associated with posterior alpha band increase and a reduction in sensitivity to concurrent visual stimuli
M Villena‐González, C Moënne‐Loccoz, RA Lagos, LM Alliende, ...
Psychophysiology 54 (10), 1483-1497, 2017
Spontaneous alpha power lateralization predicts detection performance in an un-cued signal detection task
G Boncompte, M Villena-González, D Cosmelli, V López
PloS one 11 (8), e0160347, 2016
Mood detection in ambiguous messages: the interaction between text and emoticons
N Aldunate, M Villena-González, F Rojas-Thomas, V López, CA Bosman
Frontiers in psychology 9, 423, 2018
Individual variation in the propensity for prospective thought is associated with functional integration between visual and retrosplenial cortex
M Villena-Gonzalez, H Wang, M Sormaz, G Mollo, DS Margulies, ...
Cortex 99, 224-234, 2018
Beta oscillations distinguish between two forms of mental imagery while gamma and theta activity reflects auditory attention
M Villena-González, I Palacios-García, E Rodríguez, V López
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 389, 2018
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response self-reporters showed higher scores for cognitive reappraisal as an emotion regulation strategy
R Morales, D Ramírez-Benavides, M Villena-Gonzalez
PeerJ 9, e11474, 2021
Increase in beta power reflects attentional top-down modulation after psychosocial stress induction
I Palacios-García, J Silva, M Villena-González, G Campos-Arteaga, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 15, 630813, 2021
Data of ERPs and spectral alpha power when attention is engaged on visual or verbal/auditory imagery
M Villena-González, V López, E Rodríguez
Data in brief 7, 882-888, 2016
Data from brain activity during visual working memory replicates the correlation between contralateral delay activity and memory capacity
M Villena-González, I Rubio-Venegas, V López
Data in brief 28, 105042, 2020
The train of thought: How our brain responds to the environment whilst we are thinking in terms of mental images or an inner voice
M Villena González
Huellas de una mente errante: un terreno fértil para el florecimiento de la creatividad
M Villena-González
Pasos para una ecología cognitiva de la educación, 59-72, 2019
El tren de los pensamientos: cómo responde nuestro cerebro al entorno mientras evocamos imágenes mentales o generamos un discurso interno
M Villena-González
Ciencia Cognitiva 10 (1), 19-22, 2016
Imagination and mind wandering: Two sides of the same coin? A brain dynamics perspective
M Villena-Gonzalez, D Cosmelli
Creativity and the wandering mind, 93-120, 2020
Immediate effects of psychosocial stress on attention depend on subjective experience and not directly on stress-related physiological changes
I Palacios-Garcia, M Villena-Gonzalez, G Campos-Arteaga, ...
bioRxiv, 223909, 2017
Psychosocial stress affects attentional control and neural oscillatory activity
I Palacios-Garcia, M Villena-Gonzalez, G Campos-Arteaga, C Artigas, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology, 44-45, 2015
Autonomous sensory meridian response is associated with a larger heartbeat‐evoked potential amplitude without differences in interoceptive awareness
M Villena‐Gonzalez, F Rojas‐Thomas, R Morales‐Torres, V López
Psychophysiology, e14277, 2023
M Villena-González
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile, 0
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