Maité Crespo García

Maité Crespo García
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit | MRC

PhD

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15
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6 Research Items
266 Citations
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Additional affiliations
April 2013 - present
Universität Konstanz
Position
  • PostDoc Position
April 2013 - August 2016
Universität Konstanz
Position
  • PostDoc Position
October 2007 - March 2013
Universidad Pablo de Olavide
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (15)
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How do people limit awareness of unwanted memories? When such memories intrude, a control process engages the right DLPFC (rDLPFC) to inhibit hippocampal activity and stop retrieval. It remains unknown how the need for control is detected, and whether control operates proactively to prevent unwelcome memories from being retrieved, or responds react...
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H ow do people limit awareness of unwanted 1 memories? Evidence suggests that when 2 unwelcome memories intrude, a retrieval 3 stopping process engages the right dorsolateral pre-4 frontal cortex (rDLPFC; Anderson et al., 2004) to 5 inhibit hippocampal activity (Benoit and Anderson, 6 2012; Benoit et al., 2015; Gagnepain et al., 2017) 7 and disrupt...
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The hippocampus, a hub of activity for a variety of important cognitive processes, is a target of increasing interest for researchers and clinicians. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is an attractive technique for imaging spectro‐temporal aspects of function, for example, neural oscillations and network timing, especially in shallow cortical structures...
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The performance of EEG source reconstruction has benefited from the increasing use of advanced head modeling techniques that take advantage of MRI together with the precise positions of the recording electrodes. The prevailing technique for registering EEG electrode coordinates involves electromagnetic digitization. However, the procedure adds seve...
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For source reconstruction of scalp EEG data, correct localization of EEG sensor positions is crucial. Dalal et al. (2014) demonstrated that creating a 3D model of subjects wearing an electrode cap results in better electrode registration than electromagnetic digitizers, and that this leads to improved detection of weaker neural sources. Many 3D sca...
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Different cortical phase and amplitude dynamics of alpha oscillations (8-13 Hz) have been associated with increased working memory load, which have been mostly interpreted as a neural correlate of functional inhibition. This study aims at determining whether different manifestations of load-dependent amplitude and phase dynamics in the alpha band c...
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Growing evidence suggests that synchronization among distributed neuronal networks underlie functional integration in the brain. Neural synchronization is typically revealed by a consistent phase delay between neural responses generated in two separated sources. But the influence of a third neuronal assembly in that synchrony pattern remains largel...
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Evidence suggests that theta oscillations recruit distributed cortical representations to improve associative encoding under semantically congruent conditions. Here we show that positive effects of semantic context on encoding and retrieval of associations are mediated by changes in the coupling pattern between EEG theta sources. During successful...
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Growing evidence suggests that theta oscillations play a crucial role in episodic encoding. The present study evaluates whether changes in electroencephalographic theta source dynamics mediate the positive influence of semantic congruence on incidental associative learning. Here we show that memory for episodic associations (face-location) is more...
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Muscle artifacts are typically associated with sleep arousals and awakenings in normal and pathological sleep, contaminating EEG recordings and distorting quantitative EEG results. Most EEG correction techniques focus on ocular artifacts but little research has been done on removing muscle activity from sleep EEG recordings. The present study was a...

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