Some of the most recent publications


Santaniello, G., Sebastián, M., Carretié, L., Fernández-Folgueiras, U., & Hinojosa, J. A. (2018). Haptic recognition memory following short-term visual deprivation: Behavioral and neural correlates from ERPs and alpha band oscillations. Biological psychology, 133, 18-29.

Rodríguez-Gómez, P., Rincón-Pérez, I., Santaniello, G., Poch, C., Pozo, M. A., Hinojosa, J. A., & Moreno, E. M. (2018). When logical conclusions go against beliefs: an ERP study. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33(6), 687-697.

Rodríguez-Gómez, P., Martínez-García, N., Pozo, M. A., Hinojosa, J. A., & Moreno, E. M. (2018). When birds and sias fly: A neural indicator of inferring a word meaning in context. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 123, 163-170.

Ferré, P., Haro, J., & Hinojosa, J. A. (2018). Be aware of the rifle but do not forget the stench: differential effects of fear and disgust on lexical processing and memory. Cognition and emotion, 32(4), 796-811.



Hinojosa JA, Fernández-Folgueiras U, Albert J, Santaniello G, Pozo MA, Capilla A. (2017). Negative induced mood influences word production: An event-related potentials study with a covert picture naming task. Neuropsychología, 95; 227-239. doi:

Montoro, P. R., Villalba-García, C., Luna, D., & Hinojosa, J. A. (2017). Common region wins the competition between extrinsic grouping cues: Evidence from a task without explicit attention to grouping. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 24(6), 1856-1861.

Soares, S., Kessel, D., Hernández-Lorca, M., García-Rubio, M., Rodrigues, P., Gomes, N. & Carretié, L. (2017). Exogenous attention to fear: Differential behavioral and neural responses to snakes and spiders. Neuropsychologia 99 (2017) 139–147. doi:



Ferré P, Guasch M, Martínez-García N, Fraga I, Hinojosa JA. (in press). Moved by words: affective ratings for a set of 2266 Spanish words in five discrete emotion categories. Behavior Research Methods











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