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Andrés Canales-Johnson


Investigador del CSCN

Andrés Canales-Johnson studied Biological Sciences at the Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile. Currently, he is a Ph.D at the University of Cambridge, England. Andres is interested in the study of dif­fer­ent aspects of con­scious­ness using elec­troencephalog­ra­phy (EEG). Specif­i­cally, Andrés is try­ing to under­stand how mental contents are created by the endogenous activity of the brain, and how this activity interacts with the rest of the body in order to produce consciousness.

Key Publications

Canales-Johnson, A. , Silva, C,. Huepe, D., Rivera-Rei, A., Noreika, V., del Carmen Garcia, M., Silva, W., Ciraolo, C., Vaucheret, E.,Sedeno, L. Couto, B., Kargieman, L., Baglivo, F., Sigman, M., Chennu, S., Ibanez, A., Rodriguez, E. and Bekinschtein, T.A. (2015). Auditory feedback differentially modulates behavioral and neural markers of objective and subjective performance when tapping to your heartbeat. Cerebral Cortex, bhv076.
Noreika V, Canales-Johnson A, Koh J, Taylor M, Massey I, Bekinschtein T. (2015) Intrusions of a drowsy mind: Electroencephalographic correlates of phenomenological unpredictability.  Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.0020.
Chennu S, Finoia P, Kamau E, Allanson J, Williams GB, Monti M, Noreika V, Arnatkeviciute A, Canales-Johnson A, Olivares F, Cabezas-Soto D, Menon D, Pickard J, Owen A, Bekinschtein T. (2014) Spectral signatures of reorganised brain networks in disorders of consciousness.  PLoS Computational Biology; 16;10(10):e1003887. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003887.
Couto B, Sedeño L, Salles A, Bartfeld, P, Canales-Johnson A, Peradejordi M, Vidal Dos Santos Y, Bekinschtein T, Sigman M, Barttfeld P, Manes F, & Ibáñez A. (2013) The man who feels two hearts: The different pathways of interoception.  Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, doi: 10.1093/scan/nst108.