(Español) Luis Carlo Bulnes

Alcanzar por todos los medios existentes, una terapia que combata problemas en campo neurosicológico

“poder comprender a los demás y así brindar la ayuda necesaria para mejorar el bienestar de cada quien y su bien funcionar en una sociedad tan compleja como lo es en la cual vivimos.”

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Educación Académica

  • Oct 2012 -PRESENT PhD en Ciencias Psicológicas y Humanas. Psicología Biológica
    Unidad de Investigación. Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Tesis doctoral asignatura:
    “Bottom-up and top-down interactions in the processing of emotional facial dynamics:Testing feedback    A  neurophysiological  approach”, Supervisores:
    Pr. Marie Vandekerckhove y Pr. Axel Cleeremans.

 

  • 2011-2012.  Inteligencia Artificial, Opción Ciencia Cognitiva “Dynamics of piecemeal rivalry  and  grouping  effects  investigated  with  random  phased Gabor patches” Tesis pendiente. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,Leuven.Belgium.

 

  • 2011.Master of Arts, Clínica Neuropsicología y Desarrollo Cognitivo.
    Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruselas. Tesis: “Study of the relationship between perception  and  action  in  facial  expression  processing:  Effects  of  a muscular  deafferentation  of  the  frown  muscles  in  the  perception  of  Gradual Changes of Facial Expressions.”
    Dir Pr. Axel Cleeremans. Master ThesisGrade: 18/20. Clasificación final dentro de la cohorte (en general): 27/221.Distinción.
  • 2009 Licenciatura en Artes, Psicología, (Orientado a la neuropsicología).
    Universidad Libre de Bruselas, Bruselas.

Publicaciones

Bulnes, L.C., Cleeremans, A., Baetens, K., Wu, P., and Vandekerckhove, M. What the face reveals: Contributions of facial electromyography to the detection of emotional and identity changes (in preparation).

Bulnes, L.C., Baetens, K., Van der Crussen, L., Cleeremans, A., Parizel, P., Van Overwalle, Fand Vandekerckhove, M. Detecting gradual changes of facial expressions is mediated by an interoceptive network: an fMRI study (In preparation).

Bulnes, L.C., Marien., P., Vandekerckhove, M., and Cleeremans, A. News from the frown: Inhibiting facial feedback with Botox interferes with the detection of gradual changes of facial expressions. (in preparation).

Baetens, K., Bulnes, L.C., Van Overwalle, F., De Belder, F., Parizel, P., and Vandekerckhove, M. (2015). Feeling better without trying to: fMRI investigation of the emotion regulatory impact of four affect labeling modes. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Kestemont, J., Vandekerckhove, M., Bulnes, L. C., Matthys, F. and Van Overwalle, F. (2016). Causal attribution in individuals with subclinical and clinical autism spectrum disorder: An fMRI study. Social Neuroscience. 11, 3, p. 264-276.

Pattamadilock, C., Bulnes, L.C., Devlin, J., Bourguignon, M., Morais, J., Goldman, S., and Kolinsky, R. (2015). How Early Does the Brain Distinguish between Regular Words, Irregular Words, and Pseudowords during the Reading Process? Evidence from Neurochronometric TMS. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27, 6, p. 1259-1274.

Vandekerckhove, M., Bulnes,L.C and Panksepp J. (2014) .The emergence of primary anoetic consciousness in pisodic memory. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 7:210. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh. 2013.0021.

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