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    Jaime Pineda

    TitleProfessor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentCognitive Science
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0515
    CA La Jolla 92093
    Phone858-481-1041
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      Biography

      Jaime A Pineda, Ph.D. is Professor of Cognitive Science and Neuroscience. He has served on a number of NIH committees and as reviewer for several scholarly journals. He is the author of over 100 articles, books, and reviews on the interaction between brain and mind. In his research, Dr. Pineda uses brain imaging techniques, as well as behavioral, psychological and pharmacological methods to understand normal and abnormal cognition. He has published many widely-cited papers in animal and human cognitive and systems neuroscience. Dr. Pineda is also scientific co-founder of Otosound, a biomedical therapeutics company involved in the treatment of tinnitus, and an active advisor for a number of neurotechnology companies.


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      Dr. Pineda's research is focused on the relationship between brain and behavior. For the most part, this has taken the form of functionally mapping well-circumscribed neuroanatomical and neurotransmitter systems to behavior, namely those involved in control, adaptation, and regulation. More specifically, this interest has been expressed in trying to understand functional and dysfunctional cognitive networks, including those related to attention, motivation, decision-making, working memory, face processing, context-dependent actions, and social behaviors in general. During the last 10 years, the focus has turned to the interactions between neural processes that underlie perception-action systems and mirroring processes within the context of social cognition. Four major subthemes have permeated the research throughout: 1) mapping and understanding mind-brain interactions; 2) understanding behavior as the complex interaction between multiple neural systems; 3) the need to understand different levels of processing; and 4) the need to translate basic research into applied work.


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      UCSD MARC Program
      NIH/NIGMS T34GM087193Jun 1, 2009 - May 31, 2015
      Role: Principal Investigator
      NEUROCOGNITIVE ETIOLOGY OF ADDICTION-RELATED BEHAVIOR
      NIH/NIDA R01DA011731May 1, 1998 - Apr 30, 2001
      Role: Principal Investigator
      NORADRENERGIC INVOLVEMENT IN REALLOCATION OF ATTENTION
      NIH/NIMH R01MH054231Aug 1, 1996 - Apr 30, 2000
      Role: Principal Investigator
      NORADRENERGIC INVOLVEMENT IN REALLOCATION OF ATTENTION
      NIH/NIMH R01MH054231Aug 1, 1996 - Apr 30, 2000
      Role: Principal Investigator

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      1. Orndorff-Plunkett F, Singh F, Aragón OR, Pineda J. Assessing the Effectiveness of Neurofeedback Training in the Context of Clinical and Social Neuroscience. Brain Sci. 2017 Aug 07; 7(8). PMID: 28783134.
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      2. Datko M, Pineda J, Müller RA. Positive effects of neurofeedback on autism symptoms correlate with brain activation during imitation and observation. Eur J Neurosci. 2017 Feb 28. PMID: 28245068.
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      3. Datko M, Gougelet R, Huang MX, Pineda J. Resting State Functional Connectivity MRI among Spectral MEG Current Sources in Children on the Autism Spectrum. Front Neurosci. 2016; 10:258. PMID: 27375419.
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      4. Minichino A, Singh F, Pineda J, Friederich E, Cadenhead KS. Biological Motion induced mu suppression is reduced in Early Psychosis (EP) patients with active negative symptoms and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Psychiatry Res. 2016 Apr 30; 238:374-7. PMID: 26970656.
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      5. Singh F, Nunag J, Muldoon G, Cadenhead KS, Pineda J, Feifel D. Effects of intranasal oxytocin on neural processing within a socially relevant neural circuit. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2016 Mar; 26(3):626-30. PMID: 26727038.
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      6. Friedrich EV, Sivanathan A, Lim T, Suttie N, Louchart S, Pillen S, Pineda J. An Effective Neurofeedback Intervention to Improve Social Interactions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. J Autism Dev Disord. 2015 Dec; 45(12):4084-100. PMID: 26210513.
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      7. Schalles MD, Pineda J. Musical Sequence Learning and EEG Correlates of Audiomotor Processing. Behav Neurol. 2015; 2015:638202. PMID: 26527118.
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      8. Case LK, Pineda J, Ramachandran VS. Common coding and dynamic interactions between observed, imagined, and experienced motor and somatosensory activity. Neuropsychologia. 2015 Dec; 79(Pt B):233-45. PMID: 25863237.
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      9. McGarry LM, Pineda J, Russo FA. The role of the extended MNS in emotional and nonemotional judgments of human song. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci. 2015 Mar; 15(1):32-44. PMID: 25029995.
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      10. Vuckovic A, Pineda J, LaMarca K, Gupta D, Guger C. Interaction of BCI with the underlying neurological conditions in patients: pros and cons. Front Neuroeng. 2014; 7:42. PMID: 25477814.
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      11. Horan WP, Pineda J, Wynn JK, Iacoboni M, Green MF. Some markers of mirroring appear intact in schizophrenia: evidence from mu suppression. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci. 2014 Sep; 14(3):1049-60. PMID: 24415272.
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      12. Pineda J, Friedrich EV, LaMarca K. Neurorehabilitation of social dysfunctions: a model-based neurofeedback approach for low and high-functioning autism. Front Neuroeng. 2014; 7:29. PMID: 25147521.
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      13. Friedrich EV, Suttie N, Sivanathan A, Lim T, Louchart S, Pineda J. Brain-computer interface game applications for combined neurofeedback and biofeedback treatment for children on the autism spectrum. Front Neuroeng. 2014; 7:21. PMID: 25071545.
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      14. Fishman I, Keown CL, Lincoln AJ, Pineda J, Müller RA. Atypical cross talk between mentalizing and mirror neuron networks in autism spectrum disorder. JAMA Psychiatry. 2014 Jul 1; 71(7):751-60. PMID: 24740586.
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      15. Pineda J, Carrasco K, Datko M, Pillen S, Schalles M. Neurofeedback training produces normalization in behavioural and electrophysiological measures of high-functioning autism. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2014; 369(1644):20130183. PMID: 24778378.
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      16. Pineda J, Grichanik M, Williams V, Trieu M, Chang H, Keysers C. EEG sensorimotor correlates of translating sounds into actions. Front Neurosci. 2013; 7:203. PMID: 24376395.
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      17. Aragón OR, Sharer EA, Bargh JA, Pineda J. Modulations of mirroring activity by desire for social connection and relevance of movement. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2014 Nov; 9(11):1762-9. PMID: 24194581.
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      18. Porcelli P, Giromini L, Parolin L, Pineda J, Viglione DJ. Mirroring activity in the brain and movement determinant in the Rorschach test. J Pers Assess. 2013; 95(5):444-56. PMID: 23495976.
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      19. Quillin RC, Burns JM, Pineda J, Hanseman D, Rudich SM, Edwards MJ, Tevar AD. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in the cirrhotic patient: predictors of outcome. Surgery. 2013 May; 153(5):634-40. PMID: 23305593.
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      20. Pineda J, Juavinett A, Datko M. Self-regulation of brain oscillations as a treatment for aberrant brain connections in children with autism. Med Hypotheses. 2012 Dec; 79(6):790-8. PMID: 22999736.
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      21. Llorente J, Santamarta MT, Henderson G, Pineda J. Enhancement of µ-opioid receptor desensitization by nitric oxide in rat locus coeruleus neurons: involvement of reactive oxygen species. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2012 Aug; 342(2):552-60. PMID: 22593094.
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      22. McGarry LM, Russo FA, Schalles MD, Pineda J. Audio-visual facilitation of the mu rhythm. Exp Brain Res. 2012 May; 218(4):527-38. PMID: 22427133.
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      23. McGivern RF, Adams B, Handa RJ, Pineda J. Men and women exhibit a differential bias for processing movement versus objects. PLoS One. 2012; 7(3):e32238. PMID: 22431972.
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      24. Oberman LM, McCleery JP, Hubbard EM, Bernier R, Wiersema JR, Raymaekers R, Pineda J. Developmental changes in mu suppression to observed and executed actions in autism spectrum disorders. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2013 Mar; 8(3):300-4. PMID: 22302843.
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      25. Moore A, Gorodnitsky I, Pineda J. EEG mu component responses to viewing emotional faces. Behav Brain Res. 2012 Jan 1; 226(1):309-16. PMID: 21835208.
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      26. Singh F, Pineda J, Cadenhead KS. Association of impaired EEG mu wave suppression, negative symptoms and social functioning in biological motion processing in first episode of psychosis. Schizophr Res. 2011 Aug; 130(1-3):182-6. PMID: 21549567.
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      27. Pineda J, Giromini L, Porcelli P, Parolin L, Viglione DJ. Mu suppression and human movement responses to the Rorschach test. Neuroreport. 2011 Mar 30; 22(5):223-6. PMID: 21346645.
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      28. Giromini L, Porcelli P, Viglione DJ, Parolin L, Pineda J. The feeling of movement: EEG evidence for mirroring activity during the observations of static, ambiguous stimuli in the Rorschach cards. Biol Psychol. 2010 Oct; 85(2):233-41. PMID: 20654683.
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      29. Ordóñez CA, Sánchez AI, Pineda J, Badiel M, Mesa R, Cardona U, Arias R, Rosso F, Granados M, Gutiérrez-Martínez MI, Ochoa JB, Peitzman A, Puyana JC. Deferred primary anastomosis versus diversion in patients with severe secondary peritonitis managed with staged laparotomies. World J Surg. 2010 Jan; 34(1):169-76. PMID: 20020299.
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      30. Le Bel RM, Pineda J, Sharma A. Motor-auditory-visual integration: The role of the human mirror neuron system in communication and communication disorders. J Commun Disord. 2009 Jul-Aug; 42(4):299-304. PMID: 19419735.
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      31. Polanco P, Leon S, Pineda J, Puyana JC, Ochoa JB, Alarcon L, Harbrecht BG, Geller D, Peitzman AB. Hepatic resection in the management of complex injury to the liver. J Trauma. 2008 Dec; 65(6):1264-9; discussion 1269-70. PMID: 19077611.
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      32. Pineda J, Hecht E. Mirroring and mu rhythm involvement in social cognition: are there dissociable subcomponents of theory of mind? Biol Psychol. 2009 Mar; 80(3):306-14. PMID: 19063933.
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      33. Pineda J. Sensorimotor cortex as a critical component of an 'extended' mirror neuron system: Does it solve the development, correspondence, and control problems in mirroring? Behav Brain Funct. 2008; 4:47. PMID: 18928566.
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      34. Oberman LM, Ramachandran VS, Pineda J. Modulation of mu suppression in children with autism spectrum disorders in response to familiar or unfamiliar stimuli: the mirror neuron hypothesis. Neuropsychologia. 2008 Apr; 46(5):1558-65. PMID: 18304590.
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      35. Pineda J, Moore FR, Viirre E. Tinnitus treatment with customized sounds. Int Tinnitus J. 2008; 14(1):17-25. PMID: 18616082.
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      36. Ulloa ER, Pineda J. Recognition of point-light biological motion: mu rhythms and mirror neuron activity. Behav Brain Res. 2007 Nov 2; 183(2):188-94. PMID: 17658625.
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      37. Oberman LM, Pineda J, Ramachandran VS. The human mirror neuron system: a link between action observation and social skills. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. 2007 Mar; 2(1):62-6. PMID: 18985120.
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      38. Leland DS, Pineda J. Effects of food-related stimuli on visual spatial attention in fasting and nonfasting normal subjects: Behavior and electrophysiology. Clin Neurophysiol. 2006 Jan; 117(1):67-84. PMID: 16337433.
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      39. Allison BZ, Pineda J. Effects of SOA and flash pattern manipulations on ERPs, performance, and preference: implications for a BCI system. Int J Psychophysiol. 2006 Feb; 59(2):127-40. PMID: 16054256.
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      40. Oberman LM, Hubbard EM, McCleery JP, Altschuler EL, Ramachandran VS, Pineda J. EEG evidence for mirror neuron dysfunction in autism spectrum disorders. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res. 2005 Jul; 24(2):190-8. PMID: 15993757.
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      41. Pineda J. The functional significance of mu rhythms: translating "seeing" and "hearing" into "doing". Brain Res Brain Res Rev. 2005 Dec 1; 50(1):57-68. PMID: 15925412.
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      42. Pineda J, Silverman DS, Vankov A, Hestenes J. Learning to control brain rhythms: making a brain-computer interface possible. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2003 Jun; 11(2):181-4. PMID: 12899268.
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      43. Allison BZ, Pineda J. ERPs evoked by different matrix sizes: implications for a brain computer interface (BCI) system. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2003 Jun; 11(2):110-3. PMID: 12899248.
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      44. Kadner A, Viirre E, Wester DC, Walsh SF, Hestenes J, Vankov A, Pineda J. Lateral inhibition in the auditory cortex: an EEG index of tinnitus? Neuroreport. 2002 Mar 25; 13(4):443-6. PMID: 11930157.
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      45. Ruiz-Durántez E. Stimulatory effect of harmane and other beta-carbolines on locus coeruleus neurons in anaesthetized rats. Neurosci Lett. 2001 Aug 10; 308(3):197-200. PMID: 11479022.
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      46. Torrecilla M, Pineda J, Ugedo L. NO synthase inhibitors reduce opioid desensitization in rat locus coeruleus neurons in vitro. Neuroreport. 2001 Jun 13; 12(8):1601-4. PMID: 11409724.
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      47. Mateo Y, Ruiz-Ortega JA, Pineda J, Ugedo L, Meana JJ. Inhibition of 5-hydroxytryptamine reuptake by the antidepressant citalopram in the locus coeruleus modulates the rat brain noradrenergic transmission in vivo. Neuropharmacology. 2000 Aug 23; 39(11):2036-43. PMID: 10963747.
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      48. Pineda J, Allison BZ, Vankov A. The effects of self-movement, observation, and imagination on mu rhythms and readiness potentials (RP's): toward a brain-computer interface (BCI). IEEE Trans Rehabil Eng. 2000 Jun; 8(2):219-22. PMID: 10896193.
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      49. Garro MA, Pineda J, Giralt MT, Ugedo L. Pilocarpine treatments differentially affect alpha2-adrenoceptors which modulate the firing rate of locus coeruleus neurones and the synthesis and release of noradrenaline in rat brain. Pharmacol Toxicol. 1999 Aug; 85(2):74-9. PMID: 10488688.
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      50. Ugedo L, Pineda J, Ruiz-Ortega JA, Martín-Ruiz R. Stimulation of locus coeruleus neurons by non-I1/I2-type imidazoline receptors: an in vivo and in vitro electrophysiological study. Br J Pharmacol. 1998 Dec; 125(8):1685-94. PMID: 9886760.
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      51. Pineda J, Herrera C, Kang C, Sandler A. Effects of cigarette smoking and 12-h abstention on working memory during a serial-probe recognition task. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 1998 Oct; 139(4):311-21. PMID: 9809852.
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      52. Mateo Y, Pineda J, Meana JJ. Somatodendritic alpha2-adrenoceptors in the locus coeruleus are involved in the in vivo modulation of cortical noradrenaline release by the antidepressant desipramine. J Neurochem. 1998 Aug; 71(2):790-8. PMID: 9681471.
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      53. Pineda J, Westerfield M, Kronenberg BM, Kubrin J. Human and monkey P3-like responses in a mixed modality paradigm: effects of context and context-dependent noradrenergic influences. Int J Psychophysiol. 1997 Dec; 27(3):223-40. PMID: 9451581.
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      54. Lane-Ladd SB, Pineda J, Boundy VA, Pfeuffer T, Krupinski J, Aghajanian GK, Nestler EJ. CREB (cAMP response element-binding protein) in the locus coeruleus: biochemical, physiological, and behavioral evidence for a role in opiate dependence. J Neurosci. 1997 Oct 15; 17(20):7890-901. PMID: 9315909.
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      55. Pineda J, Ruiz-Ortega JA, Ugedo L. Receptor reserve and turnover of alpha-2 adrenoceptors that mediate the clonidine-induced inhibition of rat locus coeruleus neurons in vivo. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1997 May; 281(2):690-8. PMID: 9152374.
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      56. Pineda J, Aghajanian GK. Carbon dioxide regulates the tonic activity of locus coeruleus neurons by modulating a proton- and polyamine-sensitive inward rectifier potassium current. Neuroscience. 1997 Apr; 77(3):723-43. PMID: 9070748.
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      57. Pineda J, Ruiz-Ortega JA, Martín-Ruiz R, Ugedo L. Agmatine does not have activity at alpha 2-adrenoceptors which modulate the firing rate of locus coeruleus neurones: an electrophysiological study in rat. Neurosci Lett. 1996 Nov 22; 219(2):103-6. PMID: 8971790.
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      58. Debruille JB, Pineda J, Renault B. N400-like potentials elicited by faces and knowledge inhibition. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res. 1996 Sep; 4(2):133-44. PMID: 8883926.
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      59. Pineda J, Kogan JH, Aghajanian GK. Nitric oxide and carbon monoxide activate locus coeruleus neurons through a cGMP-dependent protein kinase: involvement of a nonselective cationic channel. J Neurosci. 1996 Feb 15; 16(4):1389-99. PMID: 8778290.
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      60. Ruiz-Ortega JA, Ugedo L, Pineda J, García-Sevilla JA. The stimulatory effect of clonidine through imidazoline receptors on locus coeruleus noradrenergic neurones is mediated by excitatory amino acids and modulated by serotonin. Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol. 1995 Aug; 352(2):121-6. PMID: 7477433.
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      61. Pineda J, Ruiz-Ortega JA, Ugedo L, García-Sevilla JA. The stimulatory effect of clonidine on locus coeruleus noradrenergic neurons through imidazoline receptors is modulated by excitatory amino acids. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1995 Jul 12; 763:501-5. PMID: 7677365.
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      62. Pineda J. Are neurotransmitter systems of subcortical origin relevant to the electrogenesis of cortical ERPs? Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl. 1995; 44:143-50. PMID: 7649015.
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      63. Pineda J, Sebestyen G, Nava C. Face recognition as a function of social attention in non-human primates: an ERP study. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res. 1994 Jul; 2(1):1-12. PMID: 7812173.
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      64. Swick D, Pineda J, Foote SL. Effects of systemic clonidine on auditory event-related potentials in squirrel monkeys. Brain Res Bull. 1994; 33(1):79-86. PMID: 8275327.
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      65. Swick D, Pineda J, Schacher S, Foote SL. Locus coeruleus neuronal activity in awake monkeys: relationship to auditory P300-like potentials and spontaneous EEG. Exp Brain Res. 1994; 101(1):86-92. PMID: 7843306.
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      66. Pineda J, Ugedo L, García-Sevilla JA. Stimulatory effects of clonidine, cirazoline and rilmenidine on locus coeruleus noradrenergic neurones: possible involvement of imidazoline-preferring receptors. Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol. 1993 Aug; 348(2):134-40. PMID: 7901773.
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      67. Pineda J, Nava C. Event-related potentials in macaque monkey during passive and attentional processing of faces in a priming paradigm. Behav Brain Res. 1993 Feb 26; 53(1-2):177-87. PMID: 8466663.
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      68. Pineda J, Westerfield M. Monkey P3 in an "oddball" paradigm: pharmacological support for multiple neural sources. Brain Res Bull. 1993; 31(6):689-96. PMID: 8100180.
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      69. Pineda J, Swick D. Visual P3-like potentials in squirrel monkey: effects of a noradrenergic agonist. Brain Res Bull. 1992 Mar; 28(3):485-91. PMID: 1591604.
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      70. Pineda J, Holmes TC, Foote SL. Intensity-amplitude relationships in monkey event-related potentials: parallels to human augmenting-reducing responses. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1991 Jun; 78(6):456-65. PMID: 1712281.
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      71. Foote SL, Berridge CW, Adams LM, Pineda J. Electrophysiological evidence for the involvement of the locus coeruleus in alerting, orienting, and attending. Prog Brain Res. 1991; 88:521-32. PMID: 1813932.
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      72. Pineda J, Swick D, Foote SL. Noradrenergic and cholinergic influences on the genesis of P3-like potentials. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl. 1991; 42:165-72. PMID: 1680670.
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      73. Pineda J, Holmes TC, Swick D, Foote SL. Brain-stem auditory evoked potentials in squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus). Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1989 Dec; 73(6):532-43. PMID: 2480887.
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      74. Pineda J, Foote SL, Neville HJ. Effects of locus coeruleus lesions on auditory, long-latency, event-related potentials in monkey. J Neurosci. 1989 Jan; 9(1):81-93. PMID: 2563282.
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      75. Pineda J, Foote SL, Neville HJ, Holmes TC. Endogenous event-related potentials in monkey: the role of task relevance, stimulus probability, and behavioral response. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1988 Aug; 70(2):155-71. PMID: 2456193.
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      76. Pineda J, Foote SL, Neville HJ. Long-latency event-related potentials in squirrel monkeys: further characterization of wave form morphology, topography, and functional properties. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1987 Jul; 67(1):77-90. PMID: 2439285.
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      77. Pineda J, Foote SL, Neville HJ. The effects of locus coeruleus lesions on a squirrel monkey late positive component: a preliminary study. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl. 1987; 40:481-6. PMID: 3480167.
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