Johannes Hewig
Johannes Hewig
Professor of Psychology at the University of Würzburg
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor psychologie.uni-wuerzburg.de
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A revised film set for the induction of basic emotions
J Hewig, D Hagemann, J Seifert, M Gollwitzer, E Naumann, D Bartussek
Cognition and emotion 19 (7), 1095, 2005
2532005
On the selective relation of frontal cortical asymmetry and anger-out versus anger-control.
J Hewig, D Hagemann, J Seifert, E Naumann, D Bartussek
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (6), 926, 2004
1662004
Decision-making in blackjack: an electrophysiological analysis
J Hewig, R Trippe, H Hecht, MGH Coles, CB Holroyd, WHR Miltner
Cerebral Cortex 17 (4), 865-877, 2007
1572007
Why humans deviate from rational choice
J Hewig, N Kretschmer, RH Trippe, H Hecht, MGH Coles, CB Holroyd, ...
Psychophysiology 48 (4), 507-514, 2011
1482011
Hypersensitivity to reward in problem gamblers
J Hewig, N Kretschmer, RH Trippe, H Hecht, MGH Coles, CB Holroyd, ...
Biological psychiatry 67 (8), 781-783, 2010
1382010
The relation of cortical activity and BIS/BAS on the trait level
J Hewig, D Hagemann, J Seifert, E Naumann, D Bartussek
Biological psychology 71 (1), 42-53, 2006
1362006
Gender differences for specific body regions when looking at men and women
J Hewig, RH Trippe, H Hecht, T Straube, WHR Miltner
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 32 (2), 67-78, 2008
1092008
The latent state‐trait structure of resting EEG asymmetry: Replication and extension
D Hagemann, J Hewig, J Seifert, E Naumann, D Bartussek
Psychophysiology 42 (6), 740-752, 2005
1052005
Attentional blink to emotional and threatening pictures in spider phobics: Electrophysiology and behavior
RH Trippe, J Hewig, C Heydel, H Hecht, WHR Miltner
Brain Research 1148, 149-160, 2007
882007
The influence of the magnitude, probability, and valence of potential wins and losses on the amplitude of the feedback negativity
L KreuSSel, J Hewig, N Kretschmer, H Hecht, MGH Coles, WHR Miltner
Psychophysiology 49 (2), 207-219, 2012
862012
Dissociation of Pe and ERN/Ne in the conscious recognition of an error
J Hewig, MGH Coles, RH Trippe, H Hecht, WHR Miltner
Psychophysiology 48 (10), 1390-1396, 2011
612011
Associations of the cortisol awakening response (CAR) with cortical activation asymmetry during the course of an exam stress period
J Hewig, W Schlotz, F Gerhards, C Breitenstein, A Lürken, E Naumann
Psychoneuroendocrinology 33 (1), 83-91, 2008
552008
The value of a smile: Facial expression affects ultimatum-game responses.
P Mussel, AS Göritz, J Hewig
Judgment & Decision Making 8 (3), 2013
532013
Drive for thinness and attention toward specific body parts in a nonclinical sample
J Hewig, S Cooper, RH Trippe, H Hecht, T Straube, WHR Miltner
Psychosomatic Medicine 70 (6), 729-736, 2008
522008
I'm too calm—Let's take a risk! On the impact of state and trait arousal on risk taking
B Schmidt, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 50 (5), 498-503, 2013
452013
Neural correlates of fair behavior in interpersonal bargaining
S Weiland, J Hewig, H Hecht, P Mussel, WHR Miltner
Social Neuroscience 7 (5), 537-551, 2012
442012
Skull thickness and magnitude of EEG alpha activity
D Hagemann, J Hewig, C Walter, E Naumann
Clinical Neurophysiology 119 (6), 1271-1280, 2008
432008
Neural representation of anxiety and personality during exposure to anxiety‐provoking and neutral scenes from scary movies
T Straube, S Preissler, J Lipka, J Hewig, HJ Mentzel, WHR Miltner
Human brain mapping 31 (1), 36-47, 2010
422010
Resting brain asymmetry and affective reactivity: Aggregated data support the right-hemisphere hypothesis
D Hagemann, J Hewig, E Naumann, J Seifert, D Bartussek
Journal of Individual Differences 26 (3), 139-154, 2005
392005
Feedback‐related potentials are sensitive to sequential order of decision outcomes in a gambling task
R Osinsky, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 49 (12), 1579-1589, 2012
382012
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