Professor of Psychology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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Tinnitus perception and distress is related to abnormal spontaneous brain activity as measured by magnetoencephalography
N Weisz, S Moratti, M Meinzer, K Dohrmann, T Elbert
PLoS medicine 2 (6), e153, 2005
A fast pathway for fear in human amygdala
C Mendez-Bertolo, S Moratti, R Toledano, F Lopez-Sosa, ...
Nature neuroscience 19 (8), 1041-1049, 2016
Modulation of the C1 visual event-related component by conditioned stimuli: evidence for sensory plasticity in early affective perception
M Stolarova, A Keil, S Moratti
Cerebral cortex 16 (6), 876-887, 2006
Additive effects of emotional content and spatial selective attention on electrocortical facilitation
A Keil, S Moratti, D Sabatinelli, MM Bradley, PJ Lang
Cerebral Cortex 15 (8), 1187-1197, 2005
Early modulation of visual perception by emotional arousal: evidence from steady-state visual evoked brain potentials
A Keil, T Gruber, MM Müller, S Moratti, M Stolarova, MM Bradley, PJ Lang
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 3 (3), 195-206, 2003
Prefrontal-occipitoparietal coupling underlies late latency human neuronal responses to emotion
S Moratti, C Saugar, BA Strange
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (47), 17278-17286, 2011
Motivated attention in emotional picture processing is reflected by activity modulation in cortical attention networks
S Moratti, A Keil, M Stolarova
Neuroimage 21 (3), 954-964, 2004
Hypofunction of right temporoparietal cortex during emotional arousal in depression
S Moratti, G Rubio, P Campo, A Keil, T Ortiz
Archives of general psychiatry 65 (5), 532-541, 2008
Functional connectivity in mild cognitive impairment during a memory task: implications for the disconnection hypothesis
R Bajo, F Maestú, A Nevado, M Sancho, R Gutiérrez, P Campo, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 22 (1), 183-193, 2010
Adaptation in human visual cortex as a mechanism for rapid discrimination of aversive stimuli
A Keil, M Stolarova, S Moratti, WJ Ray
Neuroimage 36 (2), 472-479, 2007
Neural mechanisms of evoked oscillations: stability and interaction with transient events
S Moratti, BA Clementz, Y Gao, T Ortiz, A Keil
Human brain mapping 28 (12), 1318-1333, 2007
Source distribution of neuromagnetic slow waves and MEG-delta activity in schizophrenic patients
T Fehr, J Kissler, S Moratti, C Wienbruch, B Rockstroh, T Elbert
Biological psychiatry 50 (2), 108-116, 2001
Source distribution of neuromagnetic slow wave activity in schizophrenic and depressive patients
C Wienbruch, S Moratti, T Elbert, U Vogel, T Fehr, J Kissler, A Schiller, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 114 (11), 2052-2060, 2003
Fear but not awareness predicts enhanced sensory processing in fear conditioning
S Moratti, A Keil, GA Miller
Psychophysiology 43 (2), 216-226, 2006
Source distribution of neuromagnetic slow-wave activity in schizophrenic patients—effects of activation
T Fehr, J Kissler, C Wienbruch, S Moratti, T Elbert, H Watzl, B Rockstroh
Schizophrenia research 63 (1-2), 63-71, 2003
Brain responses to repetitions of human and animal faces, inverted faces, and objects—an MEG study
SR Schweinberger, JM Kaufmann, S Moratti, A Keil, AM Burton
Brain research 1184, 226-233, 2007
Cortical activation during Pavlovian fear conditioning depends on heart rate response patterns: an MEG study
S Moratti, A Keil
Cognitive Brain Research 25 (2), 459-471, 2005
MEG delta mapping along the healthy aging-Alzheimer's disease continuum: diagnostic implications
A Fernandez, A Turrero, P Zuluaga, P Gil-Gregorio, F del Pozo, F Maestu, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 35 (3), 495-507, 2013
Spatial attentional selection modulates early visual stimulus processing independently of visual alpha modulations
C Gundlach, S Moratti, N Forschack, MM Müller
Cerebral Cortex 30 (6), 3686-3703, 2020
Not what you expect: experience but not expectancy predicts conditioned responses in human visual and supplementary cortex
S Moratti, A Keil
Cerebral Cortex 19 (12), 2803-2809, 2009
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