Srikanth Padmala
Srikanth Padmala
Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
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Fate of unattended fearful faces in the amygdala is determined by both attentional resources and cognitive modulation
L Pessoa, S Padmala, T Morland
Neuroimage 28 (1), 249-255, 2005
Reward reduces conflict by enhancing attentional control and biasing visual cortical processing
S Padmala, L Pessoa
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (11), 3419-3432, 2011
Combined effects of attention and motivation on visual task performance: transient and sustained motivational effects
JB Engelmann, E Damaraju, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Frontiers in human neuroscience, 4, 2009
Interactions between cognition and emotion during response inhibition.
L Pessoa, S Padmala, A Kenzer, A Bauer
Emotion 12 (1), 192, 2012
Segregating the significant from the mundane on a moment-to-moment basis via direct and indirect amygdala contributions
SL Lim, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (39), 16841-16846, 2009
Interactions between cognition and motivation during response inhibition
S Padmala, L Pessoa
Neuropsychologia 48 (2), 558-565, 2010
Impact of state anxiety on the interaction between threat monitoring and cognition
JM Choi, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Neuroimage 59 (2), 1912-1923, 2012
Affective learning enhances visual detection and responses in primary visual cortex
S Padmala, L Pessoa
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (24), 6202-6210, 2008
Negative emotion impairs conflict-driven executive control
S Padmala, A Bauer, L Pessoa
Frontiers in psychology 2, 192, 2011
Network analysis reveals increased integration during emotional and motivational processing
J Kinnison, S Padmala, JM Choi, L Pessoa
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (24), 8361-8372, 2012
Network organization unfolds over time during periods of anxious anticipation
BW McMenamin, SJE Langeslag, M Sirbu, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (34), 11261-11273, 2014
Quantitative prediction of perceptual decisions during near-threshold fear detection
L Pessoa, S Padmala
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (15), 5612-5617, 2005
Affective learning modulates spatial competition during low-load attentional conditions
SL Lim, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Neuropsychologia 46 (5), 1267-1278, 2008
Decoding near-threshold perception of fear from distributed single-trial brain activation
L Pessoa, S Padmala
Cerebral cortex 17 (3), 691-701, 2007
Pulvinar and affective significance: responses track moment-to-moment stimulus visibility
S Padmala, SL Lim, L Pessoa
Frontiers in human neuroscience 4, 64, 2010
Threat of bodily harm has opposing effects on cognition.
K Hu, A Bauer, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Emotion 12 (1), 28, 2012
Pervasive competition between threat and reward in the brain
JM Choi, S Padmala, P Spechler, L Pessoa
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (6), 737-750, 2014
Impact of appetitive and aversive outcomes on brain responses: linking the animal and human literatures
GB Bissonette, RN Gentry, S Padmala, L Pessoa, MR Roesch
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 8, 24, 2014
Motivation versus aversive processing during perception.
S Padmala, L Pessoa
Emotion 14 (3), 450, 2014
Interactions between reward and threat during visual processing
K Hu, S Padmala, L Pessoa
Neuropsychologia 51 (9), 1763-1772, 2013
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