Faculty Profile

Fonteneau, Mateo Leganes

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  • Mateo Leganes Fonteneau
  • Research Associate
  • Office: Smithers Hall, office 138, Busch Campus, CAS, Piscataway
  • Email: mateo.leganes@rutgers.edu
  • Laboratory: Cardiac Neuroscience Laboratory
  • Lab Location: Center of Alcohol and Substance Use Studies, Rutgers University–New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA

 

Research Interests

  • 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

Grants and 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

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 Dependence226, 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., 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., 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.