Pascal Vrticka
Pascal Vrticka
Lecturer / Assistant Professor in Psychology, University of Essex
Email yang diverifikasi di essex.ac.uk - Beranda
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Individual attachment style modulates human amygdala and striatum activation during social appraisal
P Vrtička, F Andersson, D Grandjean, D Sander, P Vuilleumier
PloS one 3 (8), e2868, 2008
3192008
Neuroscience of human social interactions and adult attachment style
P Vrticka, P Vuilleumier
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 212, 2012
2502012
The neural basis of humour processing
P Vrticka, JM Black, AL Reiss
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 14 (12), 860-868, 2013
1612013
Sex differences in neural and behavioral signatures of cooperation revealed by fNIRS hyperscanning
JM Baker, N Liu, X Cui, P Vrticka, M Saggar, SMH Hosseini, AL Reiss
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
1302016
Effects of emotion regulation strategy on brain responses to the valence and social content of visual scenes
P Vrtička, D Sander, P Vuilleumier
Neuropsychologia 49 (5), 1067-1082, 2011
1172011
The neural substrates of social emotion perception and regulation are modulated by adult attachment style
P Vrtička, G Bondolfi, D Sander, P Vuilleumier
Social Neuroscience 7 (5), 473-493, 2012
972012
Influence of adult attachment style on the perception of social and non-social emotional scenes
P Vrtička, D Sander, P Vuilleumier
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 29 (4), 530-544, 2012
952012
The effects of interaction quality on neural synchrony during mother-child problem solving
T Nguyen, H Schleihauf, E Kayhan, D Matthes, P Vrtička, S Hoehl
cortex 124, 235-249, 2020
522020
Memory for friends or foes: the social context of past encounters with faces modulates their subsequent neural traces in the brain
P Vrtička, F Andersson, D Sander, P Vuilleumier
Social neuroscience 4 (5), 384-401, 2009
522009
Lateralized interactive social content and valence processing within the human amygdala
P Vrticka, D Sander, P Vuilleumier
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 358, 2013
492013
Inter-brain synchrony in mother-child dyads during cooperation: an fNIRS hyperscanning study
JG Miller, P Vrtička, X Cui, S Shrestha, SMH Hosseini, JM Baker, AL Reiss
Neuropsychologia 124, 117-124, 2019
472019
Social feedback processing from early to late adolescence: influence of sex, age, and attachment style
P Vrtička, D Sander, B Anderson, D Badoud, S Eliez, M Debbané
Brain and behavior 4 (5), 703-720, 2014
392014
Epigenetic modification of the oxytocin and glucocorticoid receptor genes is linked to attachment avoidance in young adults
T Ein-Dor, WJMI Verbeke, M Mokry, P Vrtička
Attachment & Human Development 20 (4), 439-454, 2018
352018
A functional neuro-anatomical model of human attachment (NAMA): Insights from first-and second-person social neuroscience
M Long, W Verbeke, T Ein-Dor, P Vrtička
Cortex 126, 281-321, 2020
342020
Human amygdala response to dynamic facial expressions of positive and negative surprise.
P Vrticka, L Lordier, B Bediou, D Sander
Emotion 14 (1), 161, 2014
342014
Self-reflection and positive schizotypy in the adolescent brain
M Debbané, P Vrtička, M Lazouret, D Badoud, D Sander, S Eliez
Schizophrenia Research 152 (1), 65-72, 2014
342014
Neural substrates of social emotion regulation: a fMRI study on imitation and expressive suppression to dynamic facial signals
P Vrticka, S Simioni, E Fornari, M Schluep, P Vuilleumier, D Sander
Frontiers in psychology 4, 95, 2013
342013
Sex differences during humor appreciation in child-sibling pairs
P Vrticka, M Neely, E Walter Shelly, JM Black, AL Reiss
Social neuroscience 8 (4), 291-304, 2013
312013
Humor processing in children: Influence of temperament, age and IQ
P Vrticka, JM Black, M Neely, EW Shelly, AL Reiss
Neuropsychologia 51 (13), 2799-2811, 2013
272013
Neural synchrony in mother–child conversation: Exploring the role of conversation patterns
T Nguyen, H Schleihauf, E Kayhan, D Matthes, P Vrtička, S Hoehl
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 93-102, 2021
242021
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