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David Beltrán
David Beltrán
Psychology Department - UNED
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Recognition advantage of happy faces: tracing the neurocognitive processes
MG Calvo, D Beltrán
Neuropsychologia 51 (11), 2051-2061, 2013
1812013
Brain lateralization of holistic versus analytic processing of emotional facial expressions
MG Calvo, D Beltrán
Neuroimage 92, 237-247, 2014
1352014
How negation is understood: Evidence from the visual world paradigm
I Orenes, D Beltrán, C Santamaría
Journal of memory and language 74, 36-45, 2014
1062014
When does the brain distinguish between genuine and ambiguous smiles? An ERP study
MG Calvo, H Marrero, D Beltrán
Brain and cognition 81 (2), 237-246, 2013
632013
Behavioural effects of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO): changes in sleep architecture in rats
M Cavas, D Beltrán, JF Navarro
Toxicology letters 157 (3), 221-232, 2005
602005
Sentential negation might share neurophysiological mechanisms with action inhibition. Evidence from frontal theta rhythm
M de Vega, Y Morera, I León, D Beltrán, P Casado, M Martín-Loeches
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (22), 6002-6010, 2016
492016
Processing of facial expressions in peripheral vision: Neurophysiological evidence
MG Calvo, D Beltrán, A Fernández-Martín
Biological Psychology 100, 60-70, 2014
482014
Repeated exposure to “meaningless” pseudowords modulates LPC, but not N (FN) 400
B Bermúdez-Margaretto, D Beltrán, A Domínguez, F Cuetos
Brain topography 28 (6), 838-851, 2015
362015
Brain inhibitory mechanisms are involved in the processing of sentential negation, regardless of its content. Evidence from EEG theta and beta rhythms
D Beltrán, Y Morera, E García-Marco, M Vega
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1782, 2019
322019
Sentential negation modulates inhibition in a stop-signal task. Evidence from behavioral and ERP data
D Beltrán, M Muñetón-Ayala, M de Vega
Neuropsychologia 112, 10-18, 2018
302018
Schizotypal people stick longer to their first choices
I Orenes, G Navarrete, D Beltrán, C Santamaría
Psychiatry Research 200 (2-3), 620-628, 2012
262012
Motor-system dynamics during naturalistic reading of action narratives in first and second language
A Birba, D Beltrán, MM Caro, P Trevisan, B Kogan, L Sedeño, A Ibáñez, ...
Neuroimage 216, 116820, 2020
252020
Neural time course and brain sources of facial attractiveness vs. trustworthiness judgment
MG Calvo, A Gutiérrez-García, D Beltrán
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 2018
252018
Negation markers inhibit motor routines during typing of manual action verbs
E García-Marco, Y Morera, D Beltrán, M de Vega, E Herrera, L Sedeño, ...
Cognition 182, 286-293, 2019
242019
Brain signatures of perceiving a smile: Time course and source localization
D Beltran, MG Calvo
Human Brain Mapping 36 (11), 4287-4303, 2015
212015
Context effects on the spontaneous production of negation
D Beltrán, I Orenes, C Santamaría
Intercultural Pragmatics 5 (4), 409-419, 2008
212008
Brain signatures of new (Pseudo-) words: visual repetition in associative and non-associative contexts
B Bermúdez-Margaretto, D Beltrán, F Cuetos, A Domínguez
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 354, 2018
182018
Facial attractiveness impressions precede trustworthiness inferences: lower detection thresholds and faster decision latencies
A Gutiérrez-García, D Beltrán, M Gutiérrez-Calvo
Cognition & Emotion, 2018
182018
Understanding approach and avoidance in verbal descriptions of everyday actions: An ERP study
H Marrero, M Urrutia, D Beltrán, E Gámez, JM Díaz
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 17 (3), 612-624, 2017
162017
Presetting an inhibitory state modifies the neural processing of negated action sentences. An ERP study
B Liu, B Gu, D Beltrán, H Wang, M de Vega
Brain & Cognition 143, 2020
112020
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