ANTONIO MAFFEI

Post-doc Fellow

Telephone: 0498276538

Via Venezia, 8 – Room 01.027

antonio.maffei.phd@gmail.com

Research Areas

Currently, my research focuses on understanding face processing from a network neuroscience perspective.

I am also interested in affective and empathic responses to naturalistic emotional stimuli. Finally, I have a keen interest in improving current methodology for EEG/ERP preprocessing and statistical analysis.

Selected Publications

2021

Maffei, Antonio; Sessa, Paola

Event-related network changes unfold the dynamics of cortical integration during face processing Journal Article

Psychophysiology, 58 (5), pp. e13786, 2021.

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Maffei, Antonio; Sessa, Paola

Time-resolved connectivity reveals the “how” and “when” of brain networks reconfiguration during face processing Journal Article

Neuroimage: Reports, 1 (2), pp. 100022, 2021.

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2020

Maffei, Antonio

Spectrally resolved EEG intersubject correlation reveals distinct cortical oscillatory patterns during free-viewing of affective scenes Journal Article

Psychophysiology, 57 (11), pp. e13652, 2020.

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2019

Maffei, Antonio; Angrilli, Alessandro

E-MOVIE-Experimental MOVies for Induction of Emotions in neuroscience: An innovative film database with normative data and sex differences Journal Article

Plos one, 14 (10), pp. e0223124, 2019.

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Publications

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2021

Maffei, Antonio; Sessa, Paola

Event-related network changes unfold the dynamics of cortical integration during face processing Journal Article

Psychophysiology, 58 (5), pp. e13786, 2021.

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David, Oana A; ă, R; Maffei, Antonio

RET hink Online Video Game for Children and Adolescents: Effects on State Anxiety and Frontal Alpha Asymmetry Journal Article

International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 14 (2), pp. 399–416, 2021.

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Lomoriello, Arianna Schiano; Maffei, Antonio; Brigadoi, Sabrina; Sessa, Paola

Altering sensorimotor simulation impacts early stages of facial expression processing depending on individual differences in alexithymic traits Journal Article

Brain and Cognition, 148 , pp. 105678, 2021.

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Maffei, Antonio; Sessa, Paola

Time-resolved connectivity reveals the “how” and “when” of brain networks reconfiguration during face processing Journal Article

Neuroimage: Reports, 1 (2), pp. 100022, 2021.

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Maffei, Antonio; Goertzen, Jennifer; Jaspers-Fayer, Fern; Kleffner, Killian; Sessa, Paola; Liotti, Mario

Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Covert Versus Overt Processing of Happy, Fearful and Sad Facial Expressions Journal Article

Brain Sciences, 11 (7), pp. 942, 2021.

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2020

ă, R; David, Daniel O; Maffei, Antonio

The effects of irrational, rational, and acceptance beliefs about emotions on the emotional response and perceived control of emotions Journal Article

Personality and Individual Differences, 155 , pp. 109712, 2020.

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ă, R; David, Daniel O; Maffei, Antonio

Beliefs about emotions, negative meta-emotions, and perceived emotional control during an emotionally salient situation in individuals with emotional disorders Journal Article

Cognitive Therapy and Research, 44 (2), pp. 287–299, 2020.

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Spironelli, Chiara; Maffei, Antonio; Romeo, Zaira; Piazzon, Giulia; Padovan, Giordano; Magnolfi, Gianna; lenia Pasini,; Homen, Francesca Gomez; Concari, Graziano; Angrilli, Alessandro

Evidence of language-related left hypofrontality in Major Depression: An EEG Beta band study Journal Article

Scientific Reports (Nature Publisher Group), 10 (1), 2020.

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Monaro, Merylin; Capuozzo, Pasquale; Ragucci, Federica; Maffei, Antonio; Curci, Antonietta; Scarpazza, Cristina; Angrilli, Alessandro; Sartori, Giuseppe

Using Blink Rate to Detect Deception: A Study to Validate an Automatic Blink Detector and a New Dataset of Videos from Liars and Truth-Tellers Inproceedings

International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 494–509, Springer, Cham 2020.

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Maffei, Antonio; Polver, Silvia; Spironelli, Chiara; Angrilli, Alessandro

EEG gamma activity to emotional movies in individuals with high traits of primary “successful” psychopathy Journal Article

Brain and Cognition, 143 , pp. 105599, 2020.

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