Franziska Emmerling (neé Dambacher)
Franziska Emmerling (neé Dambacher)
Post-doctoral Fellow, Maastricht University
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Reducing proactive aggression through non-invasive brain stimulation
F Dambacher, T Schuhmann, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, S Brugman, AT Sack
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (10), 1303-1309, 2015
Out of control: evidence for anterior insula involvement in motor impulsivity and reactive aggression
F Dambacher, AT Sack, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, S Brugman, T Schuhmann
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (4), 508-516, 2015
Identifying cognitive predictors of reactive and proactive aggression
S Brugman, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, M Cima, T Schuhmann, F Dambacher, ...
Aggressive Behavior 41 (1), 51-64, 2015
The role of right prefrontal and medial cortex in response inhibition: interfering with action restraint and action cancellation using transcranial magnetic brain stimulation
F Dambacher, AT Sack, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, S Brugman, T Schuhmann
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (8), 1775-1784, 2014
A network approach to response inhibition: dissociating functional connectivity of neural components involved in action restraint and action cancellation
F Dambacher, AT Sack, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, S Brugman, T Schuhmann
European Journal of Neuroscience 39 (5), 821-831, 2014
Manipulation of pro-sociality and rule-following with non-invasive brain stimulation
J Gross, F Emmerling, A Vostroknutov, AT Sack
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
No effects of bilateral tDCS over inferior frontal gyrus on response inhibition and aggression
F Dambacher, T Schuhmann, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, S Brugman, AT Sack
PloS one 10 (7), 2015
Cognitive predictors of violent incidents in forensic psychiatric inpatients
S Brugman, J Lobbestael, AKL von Borries, BEH Bulten, M Cima, ...
Psychiatry research 237, 229-237, 2016
The role of the insular cortex in retaliation
F Emmerling, T Schuhmann, J Lobbestael, A Arntz, S Brugman, AT Sack
PloS one 11 (4), 2016
Explaining violent radicalization in Western Muslims: A four factor model
K Yusoufzai, F Emmerling
Journal of Terrorism Research 8 (1), 68-80, 2017
How identity crisis, relative deprivation, personal characteristics, and empathy contribute to the engagement of Western individuals in Islamist terrorist behavior
K Yusoufzai, F Emmerling
Contemporary Voices: St Andrews Journal of International Relations 8 (1), 2017
Religionen erforschen
S Kurth, K Lehmann
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2011
» Mein Wille geschehe…«. Religionspsychologische Überlegungen zum Verhältnis von Religion und Wunscherfüllung
S Murken
Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft 17 (2), 165-188, 2009
The (non-) replicability of regulatory resource depletion: A field report employing non-invasive brain stimulation
F Emmerling, C Martijn, HJEM Alberts, AC Thomson, B David, D Kessler, ...
PloS one 12 (3), 2017
The role of inhibitory control mechanisms in the regulation of sexual behavior
G Rodriguez-Nieto, F Emmerling, M Dewitte, AT Sack, T Schuhmann
Archives of sexual behavior 48 (2), 481-494, 2019
Foresight beats hindsight: The neural correlates underlying motor preparation in the pro‐/anti‐cue paradigm
F Emmerling, F Duecker, TA de Graaf, T Schuhmann, JJ Adam, AT Sack
Brain and behavior 7 (5), e00663, 2017
Statistische Analysen quantitativer Daten und ihr Potential für die Religionswissenschaft
F Dambacher, S Murken, K Lehmann
Religionen erforschen, 71-103, 2011
Rules are made to be broken!-Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying conditional rule-breaking
LY Cubillos-Pinilla, R Pfister, F Emmerling
Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference Lauceston 2019, 2019
Internal goals over external rules?–The cognitive and differential mechanisms underlying conditional rule breaking.
LY Cubillos-Pinilla, F Emmerling, R Pfister
TRACE Workshop, 2019
Putting out the blaze: The neural mechanisms underlying sexual inhibition
G Rodriguez-Nieto, AT Sack, M Dewitte, F Emmerling, T Schuhmann
PloS one 14 (1), 2019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20