Publications and Broadcasts

Publications BBL

Since its opening in 2009, the BBL has enabled many scientific teams to carry out experiments thanks to its top-of-the-range equipment and an invested and efficient technical team. These experiments have led to the publication of numerous scientific articles and have sometimes aroused the curiosity of the media, which have produced multiple reports and broadcasts at the BBL.


Scientific articles from experiments conducted at the BBL until January 2021 (186 publications)


1.            E. A. Miendlarzewska, K. C. Aberg, D. Bavelier and S. Schwartz, Prior Reward Conditioning Dampens Hippocampal and Striatal Responses during an Associative Memory Task. J Cogn Neurosci, 2021. l33(3): p. 402-421.


2.            A. Tarun, D. Wainstein-Andriano, V. Sterpenich, L. Bayer, L. Perogamvros, M. Solms, N. Axmacher, S. Schwartz and D. Van De Ville, NREM sleep stages specifically alter dynamical integration of large-scale brain networks. iScience, 2021. l24(1): p. 101923.


3.            B. Marin Bosch, A. Bringard, M. G. Logrieco, E. Lauer, N. Imobersteg, A. Thomas, G. Ferretti, S. Schwartz and K. Igloi, Effect of acute physical exercise on motor sequence memory. Sci Rep, 2020. l10(1): p. 15322.


4.            G. Dirupo, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, M. Kashef, M. Debbane and D. Badoud, The role of interoception in understanding others' affect. Dissociation between superficial and detailed appraisal of facial expressions. Cortex, 2020. l130: p. 16-31.


5.            H. Rafi, F. Bogacz, D. Sander and O. Klimecki, Impact of couple conflict and mediation on how romantic partners are seen: An fMRI study. Cortex, 2020. l130: p. 302-317.


6.            C. E. James, E. Altenmuller, M. Kliegel, T. H. C. Kruger, D. Van De Ville, F. Worschech, L. Abdili, D. S. Scholz, K. Junemann, A. Hering, F. Grouiller, C. Sinke and D. Marie, Train the brain with music (TBM): brain plasticity and cognitive benefits induced by musical training in elderly people in Germany and Switzerland, a study protocol for an RCT comparing musical instrumental practice to sensitization to music. BMC Geriatr, 2020. l20(1): p. 418.


7.            R. J. Murray, K. Apazoglou, Z. Celen, A. Dayer, J. M. Aubry, D. V. Ville, P. Vuilleumier and C. Piguet, Maladaptive emotion regulation traits predict altered corticolimbic recovery from psychosocial stress. J Affect Disord, 2020. l280(Pt A): p. 54-63.


8.            G. Sharvit, E. Lin, P. Vuilleumier and C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, Does inappropriate behavior hurt or stink? The interplay between neural representations of somatic experiences and moral decisions. Sci Adv, 2020. l6(42).


9.            J. Gaviria, G. Rey, T. Bolton, J. Delgado, D. van de Ville and P. Vuilleumier, Brain functional connectivity dynamics at rest in the aftermath of affective and cognitive challenges. Hum Brain Mapp, 2020.


10.          H. Carlson, J. Leitao, S. Delplanque, I. Cayeux, D. Sander and P. Vuilleumier, Sustained effects of pleasant and unpleasant smells on resting state brain activity. Cortex, 2020. l132: p. 386-403.


11.          J. Leitao, B. Meuleman, D. Van De Ville and P. Vuilleumier, Computational imaging during video game playing shows dynamic synchronization of cortical and subcortical networks of emotions. PLoS Biol, 2020. l18(11): p. e3000900.


12.          R. M. Skiba and P. Vuilleumier, Brain Networks Processing Temporal Information in Dynamic Facial Expressions. Cereb Cortex, 2020.


13.          C. Ferdenzi, S. Richard Ortegon, S. Delplanque, N. Baldovini and M. Bensafi, Interdisciplinary challenges for elucidating human olfactory attractiveness. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 2020. l375(1800): p. 20190268.


14.          K. C. Aberg, E. E. Kramer and S. Schwartz, Neurocomputational correlates of learned irrelevance in humans. Neuroimage, 2020. l213: p. 116719.


15.          S. Fruhholz, W. Trost, D. Grandjean and P. Belin, Neural oscillations in human auditory cortex revealed by fast fMRI during auditory perception. Neuroimage, 2020. l207: p. 116401.


16.          F. Scharnowski, A. A. Nicholson, S. Pichon, M. J. Rosa, G. Rey, S. B. Eickhoff, D. Van De Ville, P. Vuilleumier and Y. Koush, The role of the subgenual anterior cingulate cortex in dorsomedial prefrontal-amygdala neural circuitry during positive-social emotion regulation. Hum Brain Mapp, 2020. l41(11): p. 3100-3118.


17.          K. C. Aberg, E. E. Kramer and S. Schwartz, Interplay between midbrain and dorsal anterior cingulate regions arbitrates lingering reward effects on memory encoding. Nat Commun, 2020. l11(1): p. 1829.


18.          G. Dirupo, P. Garlasco, C. Chappuis, G. Sharvit and C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, State-specific and supraordinal components of facial response to pain. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2020.


19.          K. C. Doell, E. Olie, P. Courtet, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, N. Perroud and S. Schwartz, Atypical processing of social anticipation and feedback in borderline personality disorder. Neuroimage Clin, 2020. l25: p. 102126.


20.          S. Fruhholz, W. Trost, I. Constantinescu and D. Grandjean, Neural Dynamics of Karaoke-Like Voice Imitation in Singing Performance. Front Hum Neurosci, 2020. l14: p. 135.


21.          V. Sennwald, E. Pool, S. Delplanque, F. Bianchi-Demicheli and D. Sander, Outcome-specific and general Pavlovian-to-Instrumental transfers involving sexual rewards. Motivation Science, 2020. l6(1): p. 79.


22.          D. Antypa, P. Vuilleumier and U. Rimmele, Suppressing but not intensifying emotion decreases arousal and subjective sense of recollection. Emotion, 2019. l19(6): p. 950-963.


23.          B. Scheibehenne and G. Coppin, How does the peak-end rule smell? Tracing hedonic experience with odours. Cogn Emot, 2019: p. 1-15.


24.          T. Aue, R. Guex, L. A. S. Chauvigne, H. Okon-Singer and P. Vuilleumier, Expectancies influence attention to neutral but not necessarily to threatening stimuli: An fMRI study. Emotion, 2019. l19(7): p. 1244-1258.


25.          A. Saj, Y. Cojan, F. Assal and P. Vuilleumier, Prism adaptation effect on neural activity and spatial neglect depend on brain lesion site. Cortex, 2019. l119: p. 301-311.


26.          E. Meaux, V. Sterpenich and P. Vuilleumier, Emotional learning promotes perceptual predictions by remodeling stimulus representation in visual cortex. Sci Rep, 2019. l9(1): p. 16867.


27.          M. Mihaylova, P. Vuilleumier and U. Rimmele, Better memory for intrinsic versus extrinsic details underlies the enhanced recollective experience of negative events. Learn Mem, 2019. l26(11): p. 455-459.


28.          R. Kopel, R. Sladky, P. Laub, Y. Koush, F. Robineau, C. Hutton, N. Weiskopf, P. Vuilleumier, D. Van De Ville and F. Scharnowski, No time for drifting: Comparing performance and applicability of signal detrending algorithms for real-time fMRI. Neuroimage, 2019. l191: p. 421-429.


29.          N. Ballhausen, M. Kliegel and U. Rimmele, Stress and prospective memory: What is the role of cortisol? Neurobiol Learn Mem, 2019. l161: p. 169-174.


30.          V. Sterpenich, S. Vidal, J. Hofmeister, G. Michalopoulos, V. Bancila, D. Warrot, A. Dayer, M. Desseilles, J. M. Aubry, M. Kosel, S. Schwartz and L. Vutskits, Increased Reactivity of the Mesolimbic Reward System after Ketamine Injection in Patients with Treatment-resistant Major Depressive Disorder. Anesthesiology, 2019. l130(6): p. 923-935.


31.          K. Apazoglou, A. L. Kung, P. Cordera, J. M. Aubry, A. Dayer, P. Vuilleumier and C. Piguet, Rumination related activity in brain networks mediating attentional switching in euthymic bipolar patients. Int J Bipolar Disord, 2019. l7(1): p. 3.


32.          I. Begue, M. Vaessen, J. Hofmeister, M. Pereira, S. Schwartz and P. Vuilleumier, Confidence of emotion expression recognition recruits brain regions outside the face perception network. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2019. l14(1): p. 81-95.


33.          Y. Koush, N. Masala, F. Scharnowski and D. Van De Ville, Data-driven tensor independent component analysis for model-based connectivity neurofeedback. Neuroimage, 2019. l184: p. 214-226.


34.          N. B. Fernandez, W. J. Trost and P. Vuilleumier, Brain networks mediating the influence of background music on selective attention. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2019. l14(12): p. 1441-1452.


35.          L. Antico, E. Cataldo and C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, Does my pain affect your disgust? Cross-modal influence of first-hand aversive experiences in the appraisal of others' facial expressions. Eur J Pain, 2019. l23(7): p. 1283-1296.


36.          D. Antypa, D. Rodrigues Cabrita, P. Vuilleumier and U. Rimmele, Cortisol suppression after memory reactivation impairs later memory performance. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2019. l106: p. 226-232.


37.          C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, M. Foerster, G. Sharvit, L. Trueb, E. Foucault, Y. Fournier, P. Vuilleumier and O. Hugli, Pain management decisions in emergency hospitals are predicted by brain activity during empathy and error monitoring. Br J Anaesth, 2019. l123(2): p. e284-e292.


38.          J. E. Pierce, A. Saj and P. Vuilleumier, Differential parietal activations for spatial remapping and saccadic control in a visual memory task. Neuropsychologia, 2019. l131: p. 129-138.


39.          N. B. Fernandez, M. Hars, A. Trombetti and P. Vuilleumier, Age-related changes in attention control and their relationship with gait performance in older adults with high risk of falls. Neuroimage, 2019. l189: p. 551-559.


40.          Y. Koush, S. Pichon, S. B. Eickhoff, D. Van De Ville, P. Vuilleumier and F. Scharnowski, Brain networks for engaging oneself in positive-social emotion regulation. Neuroimage, 2019. l189: p. 106-115.


41.          F. Robineau, A. Saj, R. Neveu, D. Van De Ville, F. Scharnowski and P. Vuilleumier, Using real-time fMRI neurofeedback to restore right occipital cortex activity in patients with left visuo-spatial neglect: proof-of-principle and preliminary results. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 2019. l29(3): p. 339-360.


42.          C. Chillà, D. Cereghetti, I. Cayeux, C. Porcherot, S. Delplanque and D. Sander, Measuring wanting without asking: The Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer paradigm under test. Food Quality and Preference, 2019. l78: p. 103720.


43.          S. Y. Coll, N. Vuichoud, D. Grandjean and C. E. James, Electrical Neuroimaging of Music Processing in Pianists With and Without True Absolute Pitch. Front Neurosci, 2019. l13: p. 142.


44.          D. R. Pur, R. A. Eagleson, A. de Ribaupierre, N. Mella and S. de Ribaupierre, Moderating Effect of Cortical Thickness on BOLD Signal Variability Age-Related Changes. Front Aging Neurosci, 2019. l11: p. 46.


45.          A. Saj, L. Borel and J. Honore, Functional Neuroanatomy of Vertical Visual Perception in Humans. Front Neurol, 2019. l10: p. 142.


46.          G. Sharvit, P. Vuilleumier and C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, Sensory-specific predictive models in the human anterior insula. F1000Res, 2019. l8: p. 164.


47.          Y. Stussi, A. Ferrero, G. Pourtois and D. Sander, Achievement motivation modulates Pavlovian aversive conditioning to goal-relevant stimuli. NPJ Sci Learn, 2019. l4: p. 4.


48.          A. Hervais-Adelman, N. Egorova and N. Golestani, Beyond bilingualism: multilingual experience correlates with caudate volume. Brain Struct Funct, 2018. l223(7): p. 3495-3502.


49.          E. Olie, K. C. Doell, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, P. Courtet, N. Perroud and S. Schwartz, Physical pain recruits the nucleus accumbens during social distress in borderline personality disorder. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2018. l13(10): p. 1071-1080.


50.          D. Pascucci, A. Hervais-Adelman and G. Plomp, Gating by induced Alpha-Gamma asynchrony in selective attention. Hum Brain Mapp, 2018. l39(10): p. 3854-3870.


51.          D. Antypa, P. Vuilleumier and U. Rimmele, Suppressing cortisol at encoding reduces the emotional enhancement in subjective sense of recollection. Neurobiol Learn Mem, 2018. l155: p. 86-91.


52.          S. Y. Coll, L. Ceravolo, S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, The behavioral and neural binding phenomena during visuomotor integration of angry facial expressions. Sci Rep, 2018. l8(1): p. 6887.


53.          I. Begue, R. Blakemore, J. Klug, Y. Cojan, S. Galli, A. Berney, S. Aybek and P. Vuilleumier, Metacognition of visuomotor decisions in conversion disorder. Neuropsychologia, 2018. l114: p. 251-265.


54.          T. Brosch, Y. Stussi, O. Desrichard and D. Sander, Not my future? Core values and the neural representation of future events. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci, 2018. l18(3): p. 476-484.


55.          Y. Stussi, G. Pourtois and D. Sander, Enhanced Pavlovian aversive conditioning to positive emotional stimuli. J Exp Psychol Gen, 2018. l147(6): p. 905-923.


56.          E. Qiao-Tasserit, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua and P. Vuilleumier, The good, the bad, and the suffering. Transient emotional episodes modulate the neural circuits of pain and empathy. Neuropsychologia, 2018. l116(Pt A): p. 99-116.


57.          O. M. Klimecki, D. Sander and P. Vuilleumier, Distinct Brain Areas involved in Anger versus Punishment during Social Interactions. Sci Rep, 2018. l8(1): p. 10556.


58.          L. Antico, A. Guyon, Z. K. Mohamed and C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, Beyond unpleasantness. Social exclusion affects the experience of pain, but not of equally-unpleasant disgust. Cognition, 2018. l181: p. 1-11.


59.          A. Montagrin, V. Sterpenich, T. Brosch, D. Grandjean, J. Armony, L. Ceravolo and D. Sander, Goal-relevant situations facilitate memory of neutral faces. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci, 2018. l18(6): p. 1269-1282.


60.          G. Sharvit, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua and P. Vuilleumier, Modality-specific effects of aversive expectancy in the anterior insula and medial prefrontal cortex. Pain, 2018. l159(8): p. 1529-1542.


61.          Y. Stussi, S. Delplanque, S. Coraj, G. Pourtois and D. Sander, Measuring Pavlovian appetitive conditioning in humans with the postauricular reflex. Psychophysiology, 2018. l55(8): p. e13073.


62.          M. Reveillon, F. Lazeyras, L. Van Calster, Y. Cojan, D. Sander, P. S. Huppi and K. Barisnikov, Neural functional correlates of the impact of socio-emotional stimuli on performances on a flanker task in children aged 9-11 years. Neuropsychologia, 2018.


63.          M. S. Oechslin, M. Gschwind and C. E. James, Tracking Training-Related Plasticity by Combining fMRI and DTI: The Right Hemisphere Ventral Stream Mediates Musical Syntax Processing. Cereb Cortex, 2018. l28(4): p. 1209-1218.


64.          A. Bourgeois, E. Badier, N. Baron, F. Carruzzo and P. Vuilleumier, Influence of reward learning on visual attention and eye movements in a naturalistic environment: A virtual reality study. PLoS One, 2018. l13(12): p. e0207990.


65.          J. Wegrzyk, V. Kebets, J. Richiardi, S. Galli, D. V. de Ville and S. Aybek, Identifying motor functional neurological disorder using resting-state functional connectivity. Neuroimage Clin, 2018. l17: p. 163-168.


66.          K. C. Aberg, K. C. Doell and S. Schwartz, The "Creative Right Brain" Revisited: Individual Creativity and Associative Priming in the Right Hemisphere Relate to Hemispheric Asymmetries in Reward Brain Function. Cereb Cortex, 2017. l27(10): p. 4946-4959.


67.          Y. Koush, J. Ashburner, E. Prilepin, R. Sladky, P. Zeidman, S. Bibikov, F. Scharnowski, A. Nikonorov and D. Van De Ville, Real-time fMRI data for testing OpenNFT functionality. Data Brief, 2017. l14: p. 344-347.


68.          M. Dricu, L. Ceravolo, D. Grandjean and S. Fruhholz, Biased and unbiased perceptual decision-making on vocal emotions. Sci Rep, 2017. l7(1): p. 16274.


69.          M. Debbane, D. Badoud, D. Sander, S. Eliez, P. Luyten and P. Vrticka, Brain activity underlying negative self- and other-perception in adolescents: The role of attachment-derived self-representations. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci, 2017. l17(3): p. 554-576.


70.          J. Dominguez-Borras, S. W. Rieger, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, R. Neveu and P. Vuilleumier, Fear Spreading Across Senses: Visual Emotional Events Alter Cortical Responses to Touch, Audition, and Vision. Cereb Cortex, 2017. l27(1): p. 68-82.


71.          A. Bourgeois, R. Neveu, D. J. Bayle and P. Vuilleumier, How does reward compete with goal-directed and stimulus-driven shifts of attention? Cogn Emot, 2017. l31(1): p. 109-118.


72.          A. Tambini, U. Rimmele, E. A. Phelps and L. Davachi, Emotional brain states carry over and enhance future memory formation. Nat Neurosci, 2017. l20(2): p. 271-278.


73.          S. Fruhholz, K. Schlegel and D. Grandjean, Amygdala structure and core dimensions of the affective personality. Brain Struct Funct, 2017. l222(9): p. 3915-3925.


74.          C. Braboszcz, E. Brandao-Farinelli and P. Vuilleumier, Hypnotic analgesia reduces brain responses to pain seen in others. Sci Rep, 2017. l7(1): p. 9778.


75.          R. Jenni, M. S. Oechslin and C. E. James, Impact of major and minor mode on EEG frequency range activities of music processing as a function of expertise. Neurosci Lett, 2017. l647: p. 159-164.


76.          A. Hervais-Adelman, B. Moser-Mercer, M. M. Murray and N. Golestani, Cortical thickness increases after simultaneous interpretation training. Neuropsychologia, 2017. l98: p. 212-219.


77.          V. Sterpenich, L. Ceravolo and S. Schwartz, Sleep deprivation disrupts the contribution of the hippocampus to the formation of novel lexical associations. Brain Lang, 2017. l167: p. 61-71.


78.          C. E. James, M. S. Oechslin, C. M. Michel and M. De Pretto, Electrical Neuroimaging of Music Processing Reveals Mid-Latency Changes with Level of Musical Expertise. Front Neurosci, 2017. l11: p. 613.


79.          F. Robineau, D. E. Meskaldji, Y. Koush, S. W. Rieger, C. Mermoud, S. Morgenthaler, D. Van De Ville, P. Vuilleumier and F. Scharnowski, Maintenance of Voluntary Self-regulation Learned through Real-Time fMRI Neurofeedback. Front Hum Neurosci, 2017. l11: p. 131.


80.          S. Fruhholz, W. Trost and D. Grandjean, Whispering - The hidden side of auditory communication. Neuroimage, 2016. l142: p. 602-612.


81.          R. L. Blakemore, I. Sinanaj, S. Galli, S. Aybek and P. Vuilleumier, Aversive stimuli exacerbate defensive motor behaviour in motor conversion disorder. Neuropsychologia, 2016. l93(Pt A): p. 229-241.


82.          R. L. Blakemore, R. Neveu and P. Vuilleumier, How emotion context modulates unconscious goal activation during motor force exertion. Neuroimage, 2016.


83.          L. Ceravolo, S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, Proximal vocal threat recruits the right voice-sensitive auditory cortex. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2016. l11(5): p. 793-802.


84.          T. Aue, L. A. Chauvigne, M. Bristle, H. Okon-Singer and R. Guex, Expectancy influences on attention to threat are only weak and transient: Behavioral and physiological evidence. Biol Psychol, 2016.


85.          E. Meaux and P. Vuilleumier, Facing mixed emotions: Analytic and holistic perception of facial emotion expressions engages separate brain networks. Neuroimage, 2016. l141: p. 154-173.


86.          G. R. Iannotti, F. Grouiller, M. Centeno, D. W. Carmichael, E. Abela, R. Wiest, C. Korff, M. Seeck, C. Michel, F. Pittau and S. Vulliemoz, Epileptic networks are strongly connected with and without the effects of interictal discharges. Epilepsia, 2016. l57(7): p. 1086-96.


87.          R. L. Blakemore, S. W. Rieger and P. Vuilleumier, Negative emotions facilitate isometric force through activation of prefrontal cortex and periaqueductal gray. Neuroimage, 2016. l124(Pt A): p. 627-40.


88.          E. A. Miendlarzewska, D. Bavelier and S. Schwartz, Influence of reward motivation on human declarative memory. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 2016. l61: p. 156-76.


89.          J. Peron, S. Fruhholz, L. Ceravolo and D. Grandjean, Structural and functional connectivity of the subthalamic nucleus during vocal emotion decoding. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2016. l11(2): p. 349-56.


90.          M. van Assche, V. Kebets, P. Vuilleumier and F. Assal, Functional Dissociations Within Posterior Parietal Cortex During Scene Integration and Viewpoint Changes. Cereb Cortex, 2016. l26(2): p. 586-98.


91.          A. Pannese, D. Grandjean and S. Fruhholz, Amygdala and auditory cortex exhibit distinct sensitivity to relevant acoustic features of auditory emotions. Cortex, 2016. l85: p. 116-125.


92.          K. C. Aberg, K. C. Doell and S. Schwartz, The left hemisphere learns what is right: Hemispatial reward learning depends on reinforcement learning processes in the contralateral hemisphere. Neuropsychologia, 2016. l89: p. 1-13.


93.          C. Ferdenzi, S. Delplanque, R. Atanassova and D. Sander, Androstadienone's influence on the perception of facial and vocal attractiveness is not sex specific. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2016. l66: p. 166-75.


94.          C. Piguet, Y. Cojan, V. Sterpenich, M. Desseilles, G. Bertschy and P. Vuilleumier, Alterations in neural systems mediating cognitive flexibility and inhibition in mood disorders. Hum Brain Mapp, 2016. l37(4): p. 1335-48.


95.          G. Rey, C. Piguet, A. Benders, S. Favre, S. B. Eickhoff, J. M. Aubry and P. Vuilleumier, Resting-state functional connectivity of emotion regulation networks in euthymic and non-euthymic bipolar disorder patients. Eur Psychiatry, 2016. l34: p. 56-63.


96.          M. J. Vaessen, A. Saj, K. O. Lovblad, M. Gschwind and P. Vuilleumier, Structural white-matter connections mediating distinct behavioral components of spatial neglect in right brain-damaged patients. Cortex, 2016. l77: p. 54-68.


97.          K. C. Aberg, K. C. Doell and S. Schwartz, Linking Individual Learning Styles to Approach-Avoidance Motivational Traits and Computational Aspects of Reinforcement Learning. PLoS One, 2016. l11(11): p. e0166675.


98.          A. Bourgeois, R. Neveu and P. Vuilleumier, How Does Awareness Modulate Goal-Directed and Stimulus-Driven Shifts of Attention Triggered by Value Learning? PLoS One, 2016. l11(8): p. e0160469.


99.          L. Ceravolo, S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, Modulation of Auditory Spatial Attention by Angry Prosody: An fMRI Auditory Dot-Probe Study. Front Neurosci, 2016. l10: p. 216.


100.        O. M. Klimecki, P. Vuilleumier and D. Sander, The Impact of Emotions and Empathy-Related Traits on Punishment Behavior: Introduction and Validation of the Inequality Game. PLoS One, 2016. l11(3): p. e0151028.


101.        S. Pichon, R. Guex and P. Vuilleumier, Influence of Temporal Expectations on Response Priming by Subliminal Faces. PLoS One, 2016. l11(10): p. e0164613.


102.        M. van Assche, V. Kebets, U. Lopez, A. Saj, R. Goldstein, F. Bernasconi, P. Vuilleumier and F. Assal, Hurt but still alive: Residual activity in the parahippocampal cortex conditions the recognition of familiar places in a patient with topographic agnosia. Neuroimage Clin, 2016. l11: p. 73-80.


103.        C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, F. Turri, L. Kaufmann, F. Clement and S. Schwartz, How the brain predicts people's behavior in relation to rules and desires. Evidence of a medio-prefrontal dissociation. Cortex, 2015. l70: p. 21-34.


104.        S. Fruhholz, H. S. Klaas, S. Patel and D. Grandjean, Talking in Fury: The Cortico-Subcortical Network Underlying Angry Vocalizations. Cereb Cortex, 2015. l25(9): p. 2752-62.


105.        S. Korb, J. Malsert, V. Rochas, T. A. Rihs, S. W. Rieger, S. Schwab, P. M. Niedenthal and D. Grandjean, Gender differences in the neural network of facial mimicry of smiles--An rTMS study. Cortex, 2015. l70: p. 101-14.


106.        K. C. Aberg, K. C. Doell and S. Schwartz, Hemispheric Asymmetries in Striatal Reward Responses Relate to Approach-Avoidance Learning and Encoding of Positive-Negative Prediction Errors in Dopaminergic Midbrain Regions. J Neurosci, 2015. l35(43): p. 14491-500.


107.        I. Sinanaj, Y. Cojan and P. Vuilleumier, Inter-individual variability in metacognitive ability for visuomotor performance and underlying brain structures. Conscious Cogn, 2015. l36: p. 327-37.


108.        C. Bruguier, C. Egger, J. P. Vallee, J. Grimm, X. Boulanger, C. Jackowski, P. Mangin and S. Grabherr, Postmortem magnetic resonance imaging of the heart ex situ: development of technical protocols. Int J Legal Med, 2015. l129(3): p. 559-67.


109.        T. Aue, M. E. Hoeppli, C. Piguet, C. Hofstetter, S. W. Rieger and P. Vuilleumier, Brain systems underlying encounter expectancy bias in spider phobia. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci, 2015. l15(2): p. 335-48.


110.        A. Hervais-Adelman, B. Moser-Mercer and N. Golestani, Brain functional plasticity associated with the emergence of expertise in extreme language control. Neuroimage, 2015. l114: p. 264-74.


111.        C. Piguet, M. Desseilles, Y. Cojan, V. Sterpenich, A. Dayer, G. Bertschy and P. Vuilleumier, Neural correlates of generation and inhibition of verbal association patterns in mood disorders. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2015. l10(7): p. 978-86.


112.        C. E. James, D. M. Cereghetti, E. Roullet Tribes and M. S. Oechslin, Electrophysiological evidence for a specific neural correlate of musical violation expectation in primary-school children. Neuroimage, 2015. l104: p. 386-97.


113.        M. Genetti, R. Tyrand, F. Grouiller, A. M. Lascano, S. Vulliemoz, L. Spinelli, M. Seeck, K. Schaller and C. M. Michel, Comparison of high gamma electrocorticography and fMRI with electrocortical stimulation for localization of somatosensory and language cortex. Clin Neurophysiol, 2015. l126(1): p. 121-30.


114.        G. R. Iannotti, F. Pittau, C. M. Michel, S. Vulliemoz and F. Grouiller, Pulse artifact detection in simultaneous EEG-fMRI recording based on EEG map topography. Brain Topogr, 2015. l28(1): p. 21-32.


115.        S. Fruhholz, C. Hofstetter, C. Cristinzio, A. Saj, M. Seeck, P. Vuilleumier and D. Grandjean, Asymmetrical effects of unilateral right or left amygdala damage on auditory cortical processing of vocal emotions. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2015. l112(5): p. 1583-8.


116.        S. Pichon, E. A. Miendlarzewska, H. Eryilmaz and P. Vuilleumier, Cumulative activation during positive and negative events and state anxiety predicts subsequent inertia of amygdala reactivity. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2015. l10(2): p. 180-90.


117.        Y. Koush, D. E. Meskaldji, S. Pichon, G. Rey, S. W. Rieger, D. E. Linden, D. Van De Ville, P. Vuilleumier and F. Scharnowski, Learning Control Over Emotion Networks Through Connectivity-Based Neurofeedback. Cereb Cortex, 2015.


118.        G. Sharvit, P. Vuilleumier, S. Delplanque and C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, Cross-modal and modality-specific expectancy effects between pain and disgust. Sci Rep, 2015. l5: p. 17487.


119.        A. Hervais-Adelman, B. Moser-Mercer, C. M. Michel and N. Golestani, fMRI of Simultaneous Interpretation Reveals the Neural Basis of Extreme Language Control. Cereb Cortex, 2015. l25(12): p. 4727-39.


120.        S. Korb, S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, Reappraising the voices of wrath. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2015. l10(12): p. 1644-60.


121.        W. Trost, S. Fruhholz, T. Cochrane, Y. Cojan and P. Vuilleumier, Temporal dynamics of musical emotions examined through intersubject synchrony of brain activity. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2015. l10(12): p. 1705-21.


122.        Y. Cojan, C. Piguet and P. Vuilleumier, What makes your brain suggestible? Hypnotizability is associated with differential brain activity during attention outside hypnosis. Neuroimage, 2015. l117: p. 367-74.


123.        S. Fruhholz, M. Gschwind and D. Grandjean, Bilateral dorsal and ventral fiber pathways for the processing of affective prosody identified by probabilistic fiber tracking. Neuroimage, 2015. l109: p. 27-34.


124.        E. Pool, T. Brosch, S. Delplanque and D. Sander, Stress increases cue-triggered "wanting" for sweet reward in humans. J Exp Psychol Anim Learn Cogn, 2015. l41(2): p. 128-36.


125.        V. Kebets, J. Richiardi, M. v. Assche, R. Goldstein, M. v. d. Meulen, P. Vuilleumier, D. V. d. Ville and F. Assal. Predicting Pure Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment Conversion to Alzheimer's Disease Using Joint Modeling of Imaging and Clinical Data. in Pattern Recognition in NeuroImaging (PRNI), 2015 International Workshop on. 2015.

126.        K. Igloi, G. Gaggioni, V. Sterpenich and S. Schwartz, A nap to recap or how reward regulates hippocampal-prefrontal memory networks during daytime sleep in humans. Elife, 2015. l4


127.        H. S. Klaas, S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, Aggressive vocal expressions-an investigation of their underlying neural network. Front Behav Neurosci, 2015. l9: p. 121.


128.        M. C. Padula, M. Schaer, E. Scariati, M. Schneider, D. Van De Ville, M. Debbane and S. Eliez, Structural and functional connectivity in the default mode network in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. J Neurodev Disord, 2015. l7(1): p. 23.


129.        A. M. Pichon, G. Coppin, I. Cayeux, C. Porcherot, D. Sander and S. Delplanque, Sensitivity of Physiological Emotional Measures to Odors Depends on the Product and the Pleasantness Ranges Used. Front Psychol, 2015. l6: p. 1821.


130.        G. Plomp, A. Hervais-Adelman, L. Astolfi and C. M. Michel, Early recurrence and ongoing parietal driving during elementary visual processing. Sci Rep, 2015. l5: p. 18733.


131.        P. Vrticka, D. Sander, B. Anderson, D. Badoud, S. Eliez and M. Debbane, Social feedback processing from early to late adolescence: influence of sex, age, and attachment style. Brain Behav, 2014. l4(5): p. 703-20.


132.        F. Robineau, S. W. Rieger, C. Mermoud, S. Pichon, Y. Koush, D. Van De Ville, P. Vuilleumier and F. Scharnowski, Self-regulation of inter-hemispheric visual cortex balance through real-time fMRI neurofeedback training. Neuroimage, 2014. l100: p. 1-14.


133.        V. Sterpenich, C. Piguet, M. Desseilles, L. Ceravolo, M. Gschwind, D. Van De Ville, P. Vuilleumier and S. Schwartz, Sleep sharpens sensory stimulus coding in human visual cortex after fear conditioning. Neuroimage, 2014. l100: p. 608-18.


134.        G. Allali, M. van der Meulen, O. Beauchet, S. W. Rieger, P. Vuilleumier and F. Assal, The neural basis of age-related changes in motor imagery of gait: an fMRI study. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 2014. l69(11): p. 1389-98.


135.        L. Koban, S. Pichon and P. Vuilleumier, Responses of medial and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex to interpersonal conflict for resources. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2014. l9(5): p. 561-9.


136.        A. M. Lascano, F. Grouiller, M. Genetti, L. Spinelli, M. Seeck, K. Schaller and C. M. Michel, Surgically relevant localization of the central sulcus with high-density somatosensory-evoked potentials compared with functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neurosurgery, 2014. l74(5): p. 517-26.


137.        E. Pool, T. Brosch, S. Delplanque and D. Sander, Where is the chocolate? Rapid spatial orienting toward stimuli associated with primary rewards. Cognition, 2014. l130(3): p. 348-59.


138.        H. Eryilmaz, D. Van De Ville, S. Schwartz and P. Vuilleumier, Lasting impact of regret and gratification on resting brain activity and its relation to depressive traits. J Neurosci, 2014. l34(23): p. 7825-35.


139.        M. Debbane, P. Vrticka, M. Lazouret, D. Badoud, D. Sander and S. Eliez, Self-reflection and positive schizotypy in the adolescent brain. Schizophr Res, 2014. l152(1): p. 65-72.


140.        C. E. James, M. S. Oechslin, D. Van De Ville, C. A. Hauert, C. Descloux and F. Lazeyras, Musical training intensity yields opposite effects on grey matter density in cognitive versus sensorimotor networks. Brain Struct Funct, 2014. l219(1): p. 353-66.


141.        A. Saj, Y. Cojan, B. Musel, J. Honore, L. Borel and P. Vuilleumier, Functional neuro-anatomy of egocentric versus allocentric space representation. Neurophysiol Clin, 2014. l44(1): p. 33-40.


142.        M. van der Meulen, G. Allali, S. W. Rieger, F. Assal and P. Vuilleumier, The influence of individual motor imagery ability on cerebral recruitment during gait imagery. Hum Brain Mapp, 2014. l35(2): p. 455-70.


143.        P. Vrticka, L. Lordier, B. Bediou and D. Sander, Human amygdala response to dynamic facial expressions of positive and negative surprise. Emotion, 2014. l14(1): p. 161-9.


144.        C. Piguet, M. Desseilles, V. Sterpenich, Y. Cojan, G. Bertschy and P. Vuilleumier, Neural substrates of rumination tendency in non-depressed individuals. Biol Psychol, 2014. l103: p. 195-202.


145.        W. Trost, S. Fruhholz, D. Schon, C. Labbe, S. Pichon, D. Grandjean and P. Vuilleumier, Getting the beat: entrainment of brain activity by musical rhythm and pleasantness. Neuroimage, 2014. l103: p. 55-64.


146.        G. Rey, M. Desseilles, S. Favre, A. Dayer, C. Piguet, J. M. Aubry and P. Vuilleumier, Modulation of brain response to emotional conflict as a function of current mood in bipolar disorder: preliminary findings from a follow-up state-based fMRI study. Psychiatry Res, 2014. l223(2): p. 84-93.


147.        A. Custo, S. Vulliemoz, F. Grouiller, D. Van De Ville and C. Michel, EEG source imaging of brain states using spatiotemporal regression. Neuroimage, 2014. l96: p. 106-16.


148.        C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, C. Hofstetter and P. Vuilleumier, Cognitive and affective theory of mind share the same local patterns of activity in posterior temporal but not medial prefrontal cortex. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2014. l9(8): p. 1175-84.


149.        M. G. Preti, N. Leonardi, F. I. Karahanoglu, F. Grouiller, M. Genetti, M. Seeck, S. Vulliemoz and D. V. D. Ville. Epileptic network activity revealed by dynamic functional connectivity in simultaneous EEG-fMRI. in 2014 IEEE 11th International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI). 2014.

150.        V. Rochas, T. A. Rihs, N. Rosenberg, T. Landis and C. M. Michel, Very early processing of emotional words revealed in temporoparietal junctions of both hemispheres by EEG and TMS. Exp Brain Res, 2014. l232(4): p. 1267-81.


151.        C. Corradi-Dell'acqua, S. Schwartz, E. Meaux, B. Hubert, P. Vuilleumier and C. Deruelle, Neural responses to emotional expression information in high- and low-spatial frequency in autism: evidence for a cortical dysfunction. Front Hum Neurosci, 2014. l8: p. 189.


152.        M. Ischer, N. Baron, C. Mermoud, I. Cayeux, C. Porcherot, D. Sander and S. Delplanque, How incorporation of scents could enhance immersive virtual experiences. Front Psychol, 2014. l5: p. 736.


153.        F. Pittau, F. Grouiller, L. Spinelli, M. Seeck, C. M. Michel and S. Vulliemoz, The role of functional neuroimaging in pre-surgical epilepsy evaluation. Front Neurol, 2014. l5: p. 31.


154.        F. Pittau, P. Megevand, L. Sheybani, E. Abela, F. Grouiller, L. Spinelli, C. M. Michel, M. Seeck and S. Vulliemoz, Mapping epileptic activity: sources or networks for the clinicians? Front Neurol, 2014. l5: p. 218.


155.        E. Pool, S. Delplanque, C. Porcherot, T. Jenkins, I. Cayeux and D. Sander, Sweet reward increases implicit discrimination of similar odors. Front Behav Neurosci, 2014. l8: p. 158.


156.        M. S. Oechslin, D. Van De Ville, F. Lazeyras, C. A. Hauert and C. E. James, Degree of musical expertise modulates higher order brain functioning. Cereb Cortex, 2013. l23(9): p. 2213-24.


157.        C. Piguet, V. Sterpenich, M. Desseilles, Y. Cojan, G. Bertschy and P. Vuilleumier, Neural substrates of cognitive switching and inhibition in a face processing task. Neuroimage, 2013. l82: p. 489-99.


158.        Y. Koush, M. J. Rosa, F. Robineau, K. Heinen, W. R. S, N. Weiskopf, P. Vuilleumier, D. Van De Ville and F. Scharnowski, Connectivity-based neurofeedback: dynamic causal modeling for real-time fMRI. Neuroimage, 2013. l81: p. 422-30.


159.        S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, Amygdala subregions differentially respond and rapidly adapt to threatening voices. Cortex, 2013. l49(5): p. 1394-403.


160.        C. Caballero-Gaudes, D. Van de Ville, F. Grouiller, R. Thornton, L. Lemieux, M. Seeck, F. Lazeyras and S. Vulliemoz, Mapping interictal epileptic discharges using mutual information between concurrent EEG and fMRI. Neuroimage, 2013. l68: p. 248-62.


161.        M. S. Oechslin, C. Descloux, A. Croquelois, J. Chanal, D. Van De Ville, F. Lazeyras and C. E. James, Hippocampal volume predicts fluid intelligence in musically trained people. Hippocampus, 2013. l23(7): p. 552-8.


162.        A. Saj, Y. Cojan, R. Vocat, J. Luaute and P. Vuilleumier, Prism adaptation enhances activity of intact fronto-parietal areas in both hemispheres in neglect patients. Cortex, 2013. l49(1): p. 107-19.


163.        L. Koban, C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua and P. Vuilleumier, Integration of error agency and representation of others' pain in the anterior insula. J Cogn Neurosci, 2013. l25(2): p. 258-72.


164.        M. Genetti, F. Grouiller, S. Vulliemoz, L. Spinelli, M. Seeck, C. M. Michel and K. Schaller, Noninvasive language mapping in patients with epilepsy or brain tumors. Neurosurgery, 2013. l72(4): p. 555-65; discussion 565.


165.        T. Aue, R. Guex, L. Chauvigné and H. Okon-Singer, Varying expectancies and attention bias in phobic and non-phobic individuals. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2013. l7(418).


166.        F. I. Karahanoglu, F. Grouiller, C. C. Gaudes, M. Seeck, S. Vulliemoz and D. V. D. Ville. Spatial mapping of interictal epileptic discharges in fMRI with total activation. in 2013 IEEE 10th International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging. 2013.

167.        T. Aue, M. E. Hoeppli, C. Piguet, V. Sterpenich and P. Vuilleumier, Visual avoidance in phobia: particularities in neural activity, autonomic responding, and cognitive risk evaluations. Front Hum Neurosci, 2013. l7: p. 194.


168.        N. Mella, S. de Ribaupierre, R. Eagleson and A. de Ribaupierre, Cognitive intraindividual variability and white matter integrity in aging. ScientificWorldJournal, 2013. l2013: p. 350623.


169.        S. Fruhholz and D. Grandjean, Towards a fronto-temporal neural network for the decoding of angry vocal expressions. Neuroimage, 2012. l62(3): p. 1658-66.


170.        S. Pichon, S. W. Rieger and P. Vuilleumier, Persistent affective biases in human amygdala response following implicit priming with negative emotion concepts. Neuroimage, 2012. l62(3): p. 1610-21.


171.        J. Dominguez-Borras, A. Saj, J. L. Armony and P. Vuilleumier, Emotional processing and its impact on unilateral neglect and extinction. Neuropsychologia, 2012. l50(6): p. 1054-71.


172.        S. Fruhholz, L. Ceravolo and D. Grandjean, Specific brain networks during explicit and implicit decoding of emotional prosody. Cereb Cortex, 2012. l22(5): p. 1107-17.


173.        T. Brosch, G. Coppin, S. Schwartz and D. Sander, The importance of actions and the worth of an object: dissociable neural systems representing core value and economic value. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2012. l7(5): p. 497-505.


174.        A. Saj, V. Verdon, R. Vocat and P. Vuilleumier, 'The anatomy underlying acute versus chronic spatial neglect' also depends on clinical tests. Brain, 2012. l135(Pt 2): p. e207; author reply e208.


175.        W. Trost, T. Ethofer, M. Zentner and P. Vuilleumier, Mapping aesthetic musical emotions in the brain. Cereb Cortex, 2012. l22(12): p. 2769-83.


176.        M. van der Meulen, C. Lederrey, S. W. Rieger, M. van Assche, S. Schwartz, P. Vuilleumier and F. Assal, Associative and semantic memory deficits in amnestic mild cognitive impairment as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Cogn Behav Neurol, 2012. l25(4): p. 195-215.


177.        C. Hofstetter, A. Achaibou and P. Vuilleumier, Reactivation of visual cortex during memory retrieval: content specificity and emotional modulation. Neuroimage, 2012. l60(3): p. 1734-45.


178.        T. Aue and M. E. Hoeppli, Evidence for an encounter expectancy bias in fear of spiders. Cogn Emot, 2012. l26(4): p. 727-36.


179.        T. Aue, M. E. Hoeppli and C. Piguet, The Sensitivity of Physiological Measures to Phobic and Nonphobic Fear Intensity. Journal of Psychophysiology, 2012. l26(4): p. 154-167.


180.        P. Vrticka, D. Sander and P. Vuilleumier, Lateralized interactive social content and valence processing within the human amygdala. Front Hum Neurosci, 2012. l6: p. 358.


181.        A. Saj, S. C. Chiuve, C. Brugger, M. van der Meulen and F. Assal, Ipsilateral hyperschematia without spatial neglect after right frontal lesion. J Neurol Sci, 2011. l308(1-2): p. 142-3.


182.        F. Grouiller, R. C. Thornton, K. Groening, L. Spinelli, J. S. Duncan, K. Schaller, M. Siniatchkin, L. Lemieux, M. Seeck, C. M. Michel and S. Vulliemoz, With or without spikes: localization of focal epileptic activity by simultaneous electroencephalography and functional magnetic resonance imaging. Brain, 2011. l134(Pt 10): p. 2867-86.


183.        H. Eryilmaz, D. Van De Ville, S. Schwartz and P. Vuilleumier, Impact of transient emotions on functional connectivity during subsequent resting state: a wavelet correlation approach. Neuroimage, 2011. l54(3): p. 2481-91.


184.        C. Corradi-Dell'Acqua, C. Hofstetter and P. Vuilleumier, Felt and seen pain evoke the same local patterns of cortical activity in insular and cingulate cortex. J Neurosci, 2011. l31(49): p. 17996-8006.


185.        T. Brosch, G. Coppin, K. R. Scherer, S. Schwartz and D. Sander, Generating value(s): psychological value hierarchies reflect context-dependent sensitivity of the reward system. Soc Neurosci, 2011. l6(2): p. 198-208.


186.        A. Saj, S. Arzy and P. Vuilleumier, Functional brain imaging in a woman with spatial neglect due to conversion disorder. JAMA, 2009. l302(23): p. 2552-4.