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Publications

Kelley N.J., Hortensius R., Schutter D.J.L.G. (in press). The relationship of approach/avoidance motivation and asymmetric frontal cortical activity: A review of studies manipulating frontal asymmetry. International Journal of Psychophysiology.


Hortensius R., Terburg D., Morgan B., Stein D.J., van Honk J., de Gelder B. (2017). The basolateral amygdalae and frontotemporal network functions for threat perception. eNeuro.


Hortensius R., Terburg D., Morgan B., Stein D.J., van Honk J., de Gelder B. (2017). The dynamic consequences of amygdala damage on threat processing in Urbach-Wiethe Disease. A commentary on Pishnamazi et al. (2016). Cortex, 88:192–197.


Hortensius R., de Gelder B & Schutter D.J.L.G. (2016). When anger dominates the mind – increased motor corticospinal excitability in the face of threat, Psychophysiology, 53:1307-1316.


Hortensius R., Schutter D.J.L.G. & de Gelder B. (2016). Personal distress and the influence of bystanders on responding to an emergency. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 16:672–688.


Hortensius R., Terburg D., Morgan B., Stein D.J., van Honk J., de Gelder B. (2016). The role of the basolateral amygdala in the perception of faces in natural contexts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371: 20150376.


Zhan M., Hortensius R., & de Gelder B. (2015). The body as a tool for anger awareness - Differential effects of angry facial and bodily expressions on suppression from awareness. PLoS ONE, 10: e0139768.


Van den Stock J., Hortensius R., Sinke C.B.A., Goebel R & de Gelder B. (2015). Personality traits predict brain activation and connectivity when witnessing a violent conflict. Scientific Reports, 5:13779


Hortensius R., van Honk J., de Gelder B. & Terburg, D. (2014). Trait dominance promotes reflexive staring at masked angry body postures. PLoS ONE, 9: e116232.


Hortensius R. & de Gelder B. (2014). The neural basis of the bystander effect - The influence of group size on neural activity when witnessing an emergency, NeuroImage, 93: 53-58.


de Gelder B., Terburg D., Morgan B., Hortensius R., Stein D.J. & van Honk (2014). The role human basolateral amygdala in perception of ambiguous threat, Cortex, 52: 28-34.


de Gelder B. & Hortensius R. (2014). The many faces of the emotional body. In Decety J. & Christen Y. (Eds.), New frontiers in social neuroscience (pp. 153-164). Springer.


Price T.F., Hortensius R. & Harmon-Jones E. (2013). Neural and behavioral associations of manipulated determination facial expressions, Biological Psychology, 94: 221–227.


Kelley N.J., Hortensius R. & Harmon-Jones E. (2013). When anger leads to rumination: Induction of relative right frontal cortical activity with transcranial direct current stimulation increases anger-related rumination, Psychological Science, 24: 475-481.


de Gelder B., Hortensius R. & Tamietto M. (2012). Attention and awareness each influence amygdala activity for dynamic bodily expressions - A short review. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 6:54.


Hortensius R., Schutter D.J.L.G. & Harmon-Jones E. (2012). When anger leads to aggression: Induction of relative left frontal cortical activity with transcranial direct current stimulation increases the anger-aggression relationship. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 7: 342-347.


Schutter D.J.L.G. & Hortensius R. (2011). Brain oscillations and frequency dependent modulation of cortical excitability, Brain Stimulation, 4:97-103.


Schutter D.J.L.G. & Hortensius R. (2010). Retinal origin of phosphenes to transcranial alternating current stimulation, Clinical Neurophysiology, 221:1080-1084.

        See also editorial by Walter Paulus and original article by Kanai et al., 2008.

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Last update: August 20 2017


*The Bangor Social Robotics Workshop on the Emerging Social Neuroscience of Human-Robot Interaction that Emily Cross and I organized took place on the 17th and 18th of August!  A short summary can be found here.


*Two cultures merge! We received a ESRC Impact Acceleration Award for an artist-in-residency. Artist Merel Bekking will collaborate with Emily Cross and me on an art installation involving robots! More info soon!


*A very first preprint! Felix Hekele, Emily Cross and I wrote a review on the perception and reaction to emotions expressed by artificial agents. Read it at PsychArXiv


*My research on the bystander effect was features in an article in Psychologie Magazine.