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Dr. Mateo Leganes-Fonteneau

Assistant Research Professor, Cardiac Neuroscience Laboratory

Office: Smithers Hall, Office 138, Busch Campus, CAS, Piscataway

Email: mateo.leganes@rutgers.edu

Phone: 732-763-5187

  • Bio
  • Current Research
  • Selected Publications
  • Education
  • Recent Awards
  • Other Information

Bio

Dr. Leganes-Fonteneau is an assistant research professor at the Cardiac Neuroscience Laboratory. He joined CAS as a post-doctoral researcher in 2018, working with Dr. Marsha Bates and Dr. Jennifer Buckman. He completed his PhD on Cognitive Psychology at the University of Sussex in 2018, supervised by Dora Duka and Ryan Scott. Earlier, he graduated in Psychology and Social Work at the University of Valencia, Spain.

Current Research

  • Cardiac interoception
  • Bodily correlates of alcohol intoxication
  • Interoceptive basis for alcohol related behaviors
  • Role of cardiac signals in emotional processing
  • Breathing manipulations of cardiac interoception
  • Implicit learning and metacognition

Selected Publications

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Buckman, J., Islam, S., Pawlak, A., Vaschillo, B., Vaschillo, E. & Bates, M. (2021). The cardiovascular mechanisms of interoceptive awareness: Effects of resonance breathing. International Journal of Psychophysiology.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Bates, M., Islam, S., & Buckman, J. (2021). Changes in interoception after alcohol administration correlate with expectancies and subjective effects. Addiction Biology.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Bates, M. E., Pawlak, A., & Buckman, J. F. (2021). Does alcohol affect emotional face processing via interoceptive pathways?. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 226, 108845.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Bates, M. E., Vaschillo, E. G., & Buckman, J. F. (2021). An interoceptive basis for alcohol priming effects. Psychopharmacology, 1-11.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Scott, R., Duka, T., Dienes, Z. (2021). Avoiding pitfalls: Bayes factors can be a reliable tool for post hoc data selection in implicit learning. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Bates, M., Islam, S., & Buckman, J. (2021). Changes in interoception after alcohol administration correlate with expectancies and subjective effects. Addiction Biology.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Bates, M. E., Pawlak, A., & Buckman, J. F. (2021). Does alcohol affect emotional face processing via interoceptive pathways? Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 226, 108845.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Bates, M. E., Vaschillo, E. G., & Buckman, J. F. (2021). An interoceptive basis for alcohol priming effects. Psychopharmacology, 1-11.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Scott, R., Duka, T., Dienes, Z. (2021). Avoiding pitfalls: Bayes factors can be a reliable tool for post hoc data selection in implicit learning. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Buckman, J., Pawlak, A., Vaschillo, B., Vaschillo, E. & Bates, M. (2020). Interoceptive mechanisms of alcohol cognitive biases: Alliesthetic components and role of family history. Addiction Biology.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Buckman, J., Pawlak, A., Suzuki, K., & Bates, M. (2020). More than meets the heart: Systolic amplification of different emotional faces is task dependent. Cognition and Emotion, 1-9.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Pi-Ruano, M., & Tejero, P. (2019). Early signs of emotional recognition deficits in adolescent high-binge drinkers. Substance Use and Misuse.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Cheang, Y., Lam, Y., Garfinkel, S., & Duka, T. (2019). Interoceptive awareness is associated with acute alcohol-induced changes in subjective effects. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior.

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Nikolaou, K., Scott, R., & Duka, T. (2019). Knowledge about the predictive value of reward conditioned stimuli modulates their interference with cognitive processes. Learning & Memory, 26(3).

Leganes-Fonteneau, M., Scott, R., & Duka, T. (2018). Attentional responses to stimuli associated with a reward can occur in the absence of knowledge of their predictive values. Behavioural Brain Research, 341, 26-36.

Education

2018 PhD Cognitive Psychology, University of Sussex, UK
2015 Graduate in Psychology, University of Valencia, Spain
2011 Graduate in Social Work, University of Valencia, Spain

 

Recent Awards

Center for Alcohol and Substance Use Studies pilot grant

New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition & Health

Biomedical Sciences Master’s program

Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers University – Helene White travel award

Aresty Research Fellowship, Rutgers University – $1,000

 

Other Information

Twitter: @Mateo_Leganes

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