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Stavros Skouras, PhD
Stavros Skouras, PhD
University of Geneva, Faculty of Medicine, Lab for Behavioral Neurology and Imaging of Cognition
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei stavros-skouras.com
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The roles of superficial amygdala and auditory cortex in music-evoked fear and joy
S Koelsch, S Skouras, T Fritz, P Herrera, C Bonhage, MB Küssner, ...
NeuroImage 81, 49-60, 2013
1992013
Effects of Sad and Happy Music on Mind-Wandering and the Default Mode Network
L Taruffi, C Pehrs, S Skouras, S Koelsch
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 14396, 2017
1892017
Functional centrality of amygdala, striatum and hypothalamus in a “small‐world” network underlying joy: An fMRI study with music
S Koelsch, S Skouras
Human brain mapping 35 (7), 3485-3498, 2014
1332014
The auditory cortex hosts network nodes influential for emotion processing: An fMRI study on music-evoked fear and joy
S Koelsch, S Skouras, G Lohmann
PloS one 13 (1), e0190057, 2018
812018
Neural correlates of emotional personality: A structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging study
S Koelsch, S Skouras, S Jentschke
PLoS one 8 (11), e77196, 2013
762013
The neurophysiological correlates of religious chanting
J Gao, HK Leung, BWY Wu, S Skouras, HH Sik
Scientific reports 9 (1), 4262, 2019
472019
fMRI scanner noise interaction with affective neural processes
S Skouras, M Gray, H Critchley, S Koelsch
PloS one 8 (11), e80564, 2013
392013
Mechanisms of functional compensation, delineated by eigenvector centrality mapping, across the pathophysiological continuum of Alzheimer’s disease
et al. S Skouras
NeuroImage: Clinical 22, 101777, 2019
362019
Can we predict real‐time fMRI neurofeedback learning success from pretraining brain activity?
A Haugg, R Sladky, S Skouras, A McDonald, C Craddock, M Kirschner, ...
Human brain mapping 41 (14), 3839-3854, 2020
352020
Multipurpose virtual reality environment for biomedical and health applications
J Torner, S Skouras, JL Molinuevo, JD Gispert, F Alpiste
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 27 (8 …, 2019
302019
Predictors of real-time fMRI neurofeedback performance and improvement–A machine learning mega-analysis
A Haugg, FM Renz, AA Nicholson, C Lor, SJ Götzendorfer, R Sladky, ...
NeuroImage 237, 118207, 2021
292021
MRI-based screening of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease for prevention clinical trials
A Casamitjana, P Petrone, A Tucholka, C Falcon, S Skouras, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 64 (4), 1099-1112, 2018
262018
The effects of psychiatric history and age on self-regulation of the default mode network
S Skouras, F Scharnowski
NeuroImage 198, 150-159, 2019
242019
Trait empathy shapes neural responses toward sad music
L Taruffi, S Skouras, C Pehrs, S Koelsch
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 21 (1), 231-241, 2021
232021
Study protocol for the Alzheimer and music therapy study: An RCT to compare the efficacy of music therapy and physical activity on brain plasticity, depressive symptoms, and …
BK Flo, AM Matziorinis, S Skouras, TT Sudmann, C Gold, S Koelsch
PloS one 17 (6), e0270682, 2022
222022
Earliest amyloid and tau deposition modulate the influence of limbic networks during closed-loop hippocampal downregulation
S Skouras, J Torner, P Andersson, Y Koush, C Falcon, C Minguillon, ...
Brain 143 (3), 976-992, 2020
202020
Tormenting thoughts: The posterior cingulate sulcus of the default mode network regulates valence of thoughts and activity in the brain's pain network during music listening
S Koelsch, JR Andrews‐Hanna, S Skouras
Human brain mapping 43 (2), 773-786, 2022
152022
Superficial amygdala and hippocampal activity during affective music listening observed at 3 T but not 1.5 T fMRI
S Skouras, M Gray, H Critchley, S Koelsch
Neuroimage 101, 364-369, 2014
152014
10Kin1day: A bottom-up neuroimaging initiative
MVDH al.
Frontiers Neurology, 2019
132019
10Kin1day: A bottom-up neuroimaging initiative
M van den Heuvel, L Scholtens, H van der Burgh, F Agosta, C Alloza, ...
bioRxiv, 509554, 2018
132018
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