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Sebastian Musslick research assistant 2011-2012 TU Dresden (Neurotree)
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Wisniewski D, Goschke T, Haynes JD. (2016) Similar coding of freely chosen and externally cued intentions in a fronto-parietal network. Neuroimage
Seidel M, Petermann J, Diestel S, et al. (2016) A naturalistic examination of negative affect and disorder-related rumination in anorexia nervosa. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Ludwig VU, Nüsser C, Goschke T, et al. (2015) Delay discounting without decision-making: medial prefrontal cortex and amygdala activations reflect immediacy processing and correlate with impulsivity and anxious-depressive traits. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 280
Wolff M, Krönke KM, Goschke T. (2015) Trait self-control is predicted by how reward associations modulate Stroop interference. Psychological Research
Krönke KM, Wolff M, Benz A, et al. (2015) Successful smoking cessation is associated with prefrontal cortical function during a Stroop task: A preliminary study. Psychiatry Research
Kräplin A, Behrendt S, Scherbaum S, et al. (2015) Increased impulsivity in pathological gambling: Considering nicotine dependence. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 37: 367-78
Evens R, Stankevich Y, Dshemuchadse M, et al. (2015) The impact of Parkinson's disease and subthalamic deep brain stimulation on reward processing Neuropsychologia. 75: 11-19
Frisch S, Dshemuchadse M, Görner M, et al. (2015) Unraveling the sub-processes of selective attention: insights from dynamic modeling and continuous behavior Cognitive Processing
Fischer R, Plessow F, Dreisbach G, et al. (2014) Individual Differences in the Context-Dependent Recruitment of Cognitive Control: Evidence From Action Versus State Orientation. Journal of Personality
Goschke T, Bolte A. (2014) Emotional modulation of control dilemmas: the role of positive affect, reward, and dopamine in cognitive stability and flexibility. Neuropsychologia. 62: 403-23
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