Andreas Keil
Andreas Keil
Professor of Psychology, University of Florida
Verified email at ufl.edu
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Large‐scale neural correlates of affective picture processing
A Keil, MM Bradley, O Hauk, B Rockstroh, T Elbert, PJ Lang
Psychophysiology 39 (5), 641-649, 2002
7482002
Emotional perception: correlation of functional MRI and event-related potentials
D Sabatinelli, PJ Lang, A Keil, MM Bradley
Cerebral cortex 17 (5), 1085-1091, 2007
4532007
Human gamma band activity and perception of a gestalt
A Keil, MM Müller, WJ Ray, T Gruber, T Elbert
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (16), 7152-7161, 1999
4061999
Selective visual-spatial attention alters induced gamma band responses in the human EEG
T Gruber, MM Müller, A Keil, T Elbert
Clinical neurophysiology 110 (12), 2074-2085, 1999
3621999
Effects of emotional arousal in the cerebral hemispheres: a study of oscillatory brain activity and event-related potentials
A Keil, MM Müller, T Gruber, C Wienbruch, M Stolarova, T Elbert
Clinical neurophysiology 112 (11), 2057-2068, 2001
3562001
Committee report: publication guidelines and recommendations for studies using electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography
A Keil, S Debener, G Gratton, M Junghöfer, ES Kappenman, SJ Luck, ...
Psychophysiology 51 (1), 1-21, 2014
3232014
Identification facilitation for emotionally arousing verbs during the attentional blink.
A Keil, N Ihssen
Emotion 4 (1), 23, 2004
3112004
Processing of affective pictures modulates right-hemispheric gamma band EEG activity
MM Müller, A Keil, T Gruber, T Elbert
Clinical Neurophysiology 110 (11), 1913-1920, 1999
3091999
Neural substrate of the late positive potential in emotional processing
Y Liu, H Huang, M McGinnis-Deweese, A Keil, M Ding
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (42), 14563-14572, 2012
2942012
Modulation of induced gamma band activity in the human EEG by attention and visual information processing
MM Müller, T Gruber, A Keil
International Journal of Psychophysiology 38 (3), 283-299, 2000
2702000
Strategic automation of emotion regulation.
IS Gallo, A Keil, KC McCulloch, B Rockstroh, PM Gollwitzer
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (1), 11, 2009
2462009
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
2342006
Weighted-permutation entropy: A complexity measure for time series incorporating amplitude information
B Fadlallah, B Chen, A Keil, J Príncipe
Physical Review E 87 (2), 022911, 2013
1972013
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
1942005
Modulation of induced gamma band responses in a perceptual learning task in the human EEG
T Gruber, MM Müller, A Keil
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 14 (5), 732-744, 2002
1812002
The timing of emotional discrimination in human amygdala and ventral visual cortex
D Sabatinelli, PJ Lang, MM Bradley, VD Costa, A Keil
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (47), 14864-14868, 2009
1672009
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
1622003
Emotional perception: correspondence of early and late event-related potentials with cortical and subcortical functional MRI
D Sabatinelli, A Keil, DW Frank, PJ Lang
Biological psychology 92 (3), 513-519, 2013
1502013
Time course of competition for visual processing resources between emotional pictures and foreground task
MM Müller, SK Andersen, A Keil
Cerebral Cortex 18 (8), 1892-1899, 2008
1422008
Re‐entrant projections modulate visual cortex in affective perception: Evidence from Granger causality analysis
A Keil, D Sabatinelli, M Ding, PJ Lang, N Ihssen, S Heim
Human brain mapping 30 (2), 532-540, 2009
1332009
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