Antonio Maldonado

University of Granada, Spain 
"Antonio Maldonado"
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Baltruschat S, Cándido A, Megías A, et al. (2019) Risk proneness modulates the impact of impulsivity on brain functional connectivity. Human Brain Mapping
Megías A, Torres MA, Catena A, et al. (2018) Electrophysiological brain indices of risk behavior modification induced by contingent feedback. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Megías A, Navas JF, Perandrés-Gómez A, et al. (2017) Electroencephalographic Evidence of Abnormal Anticipatory Uncertainty Processing in Gambling Disorder Patients. Journal of Gambling Studies
Perales JC, Navas JF, Ruiz de Lara CM, et al. (2016) Causal Learning in Gambling Disorder: Beyond the Illusion of Control. Journal of Gambling Studies / Co-Sponsored by the National Council On Problem Gambling and Institute For the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming
Maldonado A, Serra S, Catena A, et al. (2016) Modifying Evaluations and Decisions in Risky Situations. The Spanish Journal of Psychology. 19: E53
Megías A, Cortes A, Maldonado A, et al. (2016) Using Negative Emotional Feedback to Modify Risky Behavior of Young Moped Riders. Traffic Injury Prevention. 0
Navas JF, Verdejo-García A, LÓpez-GÓmez M, et al. (2016) Gambling with Rose-Tinted Glasses on: Use of Emotion-Regulation Strategies Correlates with Dysfunctional Cognitions in Gambling Disorder Patients. Journal of Behavioral Addictions. 5: 271-81
Okan Y, Garcia-Retamero R, Cokely ET, et al. (2015) Improving risk understanding across ability levels: Encouraging active processing with dynamic icon arrays. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 21: 178-94
Megías A, Navas JF, Petrova D, et al. (2015) Neural mechanisms underlying urgent and evaluative behaviors: An fMRI study on the interaction of automatic and controlled processes. Human Brain Mapping. 36: 2853-64
Di Stasi LL, Megías A, Cándido A, et al. (2014) The influence of traffic signal solutions on self-reported road-crossing behavior. The Spanish Journal of Psychology. 17: E103
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