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Emotion. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch

Kappelhoff, H., Bakels, J.-H. & Schmitt, C. (Eds.)

Stuttgart: - | 2015

Erschienen in: (in preparation)

Arousal and emotional valence interact in written word recognition

Citron, F.M.M., Weekes, B.S. & Ferstl, E.C.

Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 29, 1257-1267. doi: 10.1080/23273798.2014.897734 | 2014

Of Sentimental Men and Emotional Economies in the Field

Stodulka, T.

- | 2014

Erschienen in: Medical Anthropology (submitted).

“Playing it Right” – Empathy and Emotional Economies on the Streets of Java

Stodulka, T.

Frankfurt/New York: Campus | 2014

Erschienen in: Röttger-Rössler, B., Stodulka, T. (Eds.). Feelings at the Margins – Emotion and Marginality in Indonesia (in press).

Does Sympathy Motivate Prosocial Behaviour in Great Apes?

Liebal, K., Vaish, A., Haun, D., Tomasello, M.

PLoS ONE 9 (1): e84299. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0084299 | 2014

Prosocial behaviours such as helping, comforting, or sharing are central to human social life. Because they emerge early in ontogeny, it has been proposed that humans are prosocial by nature and that from early on empathy and sympathy motivate such behaviours. The emerging question is whether humans share these abilities to feel with and for someone with our closest relatives, the great apes. Although several studies demonstrated that great apes help others, little is known about their underlying motivations. This study addresses this issue and investigates whether four species of great apes (Pongo pygmaeus, Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes, Pan paniscus) help a conspecific more after observing the conspecific being harmed (a human experimenter steals the conspecific’s food) compared to a condition where no harming occurred. Results showed that in regard to the occurrence of prosocial behaviours, only orangutans, but not the African great apes, help others when help is needed, contrasting prior findings on chimpanzees. However, with the exception of one population of orangutans that helped significantly more after a conspecific was harmed than when no harm occurred, prosocial behaviour in great apes was not motivated by concern for others.

Music-evoked incidental happiness modulates probability weighting during risky lottery choices

Schulreich S., Heussen Y.G., Gerhardt H., Mohr P.N.C., Binkofski F.C., Koelsch S., Heekeren H.R.

Frontiers in Psychology: Decision Neuroscience 4 (981). DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00981. | 2014

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Emotional valence and arousal affect reading in an interactive way: Neuroimaging evidence for an approach-withdrawal framework

Citron, F.M.M., Gray, M.A., Critchley, H.D., Weekes, B.S. & Ferstl, E.C.

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 56. 79-89. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2014.01.002.

The Cultural Career of Coolness: Discourses and Practices of Affect Control in European Antiquity, the United States, and Japan

Haselstein, U., Hijiya-Kirschnereit, I., Gersdorf, C., Giannoulis, E. (Eds.)

Lanham: Lexington Books | 2014

Brain correlates of music-evoked emotions

Koelsch, S.

Nature Reviews Neuroscience 15. 170–180. DOI:10.1038/nrn3666. | 2014

Feelings at the Margins – Emotion and Marginality in Indonesia

Stodulka, T., Röttger-Rössler, B. (Eds.)

Frankfurt/New York: Campus | 2014

Feelings at the Margins offers a uniquely interdisciplinary take on the contemporary phenomenon of marginalization in Indonesia and its emotional impact on affected individuals and groups. By combining anthropological, political, and historical perspectives on Indonesian particularities with more universal conclusions, this volume is sure to attract not only scholars with a regional interest in the archipelago, but also researchers more broadly concerned with the interplay between stigma, marginality, culture, and emotion. Moreover, the book’s vivid ethnographic case studies—detailing recurring acts of violence against communities based on their ethnicity, gender, sexuality, descent, and religion—and discussion of significant sociocultural and political developments in early twenty-first-century Indonesia will make it a valuable resource for scholars of social and political activism.

Metaphorical sentences are more emotionally engaging than their literal counterparts

Citron, F.M.M. & Goldberg, A.E.

Journal of Cognitive Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26, 2585-2595. doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00654 | 2014

Was ist Rache? Versuch einer systematischen Bestimmung

Bernhardt, F.

Göttingen: V & R unipress | 2014

Erschienen in: Baisch, M., Freienhofer, E. & Lieberich, E. (Eds.). Rache – Zorn – Neid. Zur Faszination negativer Emotionen in der Kultur und Literatur des Mittelalters. 49-71.

Der verblassende Glanz des Cogito. Ricœurs frühes Subjektdenken revisited

Bernhardt, F. & Slaby, J.

München: Fink | 2014

Erschienen in: Creutz, D. & Breyer, T. (Eds.). Phänomenologie des praktischen Sinns. Die Willensphilosophie Paul Ricœurs im Kontext (in press).

Consensus and Stratification in the Affective Meaning of Human Sociality

Ambrasat, J., von Scheve, C., Schauenburg, G., Conrad, M., & Schröder, T.

PNAS | 2014

Embodying audio-visual media. Concepts and transdisciplinary perspectives

Bakels, J.-H.

Berlin: W. de Gruyter | 2014

Erschienen in: Müller, C., Cienki, A., Fricke, E., Ladewig, S. H., McNeill, D. & Bressem, J. (Eds.). Body – Language – Communication. An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.1.), Band 2. 2048-2061 (in press)

How are affective word ratings related to lexico-semantic properties? Evidence from the Sussex Affective Word List (SAWL)

Citron, F. M. M., Weekes, B. S., Ferstl, E. C.

- | 2014

Erschienen in: Applied Psycholinguistics, 35, 313-331. doi 10.1017/S0142716412000409

Emotional content of verbal material affects the speed of visual wordrecognition in various cognitive tasks, independently of lexico-semanticvariables. However, little is known about how the dimensions ofemotional arousal and valence interact with the lexico-semanticproperties of words such as age of acquisition (AoA), familiarity andimageability, that determine word recognition performance. This studyaimed to examine these relationships using English ratings for affectiveand lexico-semantic features. Eighty-two native English speakers rated300 words for emotional valence, arousal, familiarity, AoA andimageability. Although both dimensions of emotion were correlated withlexico-semantic variables, a unique emotion cluster produced thestrongest quadratic relationship. This finding suggests that emotionshould be included in models of word recognition as it is likely to makean independent contribution.Norms available at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjYRk2lc9g6jdHRlNXRlVW5DTlMwU3NiYnd5M3RiZFE&hl=en_GB#gid=0

Sound of Genre

Kappelhoff, H., Bakels, J.-H., Dang, S.-M., Greifenstein, S. & Lück, M. (Eds.)

Berlin: Verlag Vorwerk 8 | 2014

Erschienen in: (in preparation)

Social context modulates the effect of hot temperature on perceived interpersonal warmth: a study of embodied metaphors

Citron, F.M.M., Goldberg, A.E.

Erschienen in: Language and Cognition, 6, 1-11. doi 10.1017/langcog.2013.4

REGIA: Rehabilitación grupal intensiva de la afasia

Berthier, M. L., Green, C., Juárez, R., Lara, J. P., & Pulvermüller, F.

Madrid: TEA Ediciones, S.A. | 2013

Emotionen und Gewalt

Fücker, S., von Scheve, C.

Stuttgart/Weimar: J.B. Metzler | 2013

Erschienen in: Gudehus, C., Christ, M., (Eds.). Gewalt. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. 197-202.

Maintenance and manipulation of somatosensory information in ventrolateral prefrontal cortex

Spitzer, B., Goltz, D., Wacker, E., Auksztulewicz, R., Blankenburg, F.

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping (epub ahead of print). doi: 10.1002/hbm.22337.

Face puzzle - two new video-based tasks for measuring explicit and implicit aspects of facial emotion recognition

Kliemann, D., Rosenblau, G., Bölte, S., Heekeren, H. R., Dziobek, I.

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00376.

Impaired emotional empathy and related social network deficits in cocaine users

Preller, K. H., Hulka, L. M., Vonmoos, M., Jenni, D., Baumgartner, M. R., Seifritz, E., Dziobek, I., Quednow, B. B.

Erschienen in: Addiction Biology (epub ahead of print). doi: 10.1111/adb.12070.

Gray matter abnormalities in patients with narcissistic personality disorder

Schulze, L., Dziobek, I., Vater, A., Heekeren, H. R., Bajbouj, M., Renneberg, B., Heuser, I., Roepke, S.

Erschienen in: Journal of Psychiatric Research (epub ahead of print). doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2013.05.017.

BACKGROUND: Despite the relevance of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) in clinical settings, there is currently no empirical data available regarding the neurobiological correlates of NPD. In the present study, we performed a voxel-based morphometric analysis to provide initial insight into local abnormalities of gray matter (GM) volume. METHODS: Structural brain images were obtained from patients with NPD (n = 17) and a sample of healthy controls (n = 17) matched regarding age, gender, handedness, and intelligence. Groups were compared with regard to global brain tissue volumes and local abnormalities of GM volume. Regions-of-interest analyses were calculated for the anterior insula. RESULTS: Relative to the control group, NPD patients had smaller GM volume in the left anterior insula. Independent of group, GM volume in the left anterior insula was positively related to self-reported emotional empathy. Complementary whole-brain analyses yielded smaller GM volume in fronto-paralimbic brain regions comprising the rostral and median cingulate cortex as well as dorsolateral and medial parts of the prefrontal cortex. CONCLUSION: Here we provide the first empirical evidence for structural abnormalities in fronto-paralimbic brain regions of patients with NPD. The results are discussed in the context of NPD patients' restricted ability for emotional empathy.

Increased prefrontal cortical thickness is associated with enhanced abilities to regulate emotions in PTSD-free women with borderline personality disorder

Bruehl, H., Preißler, S., Heuser, I., Heekeren, H. R., Roepke, S., Dziobek, I.

Erschienen in: PLoS One (epub ahead of print). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065584.

Emotional Development in Adults with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities: A retrospective, clinical Analysis

Sappok, T., Budczies, J., Bölte, S., Dziobek, I., Dosen, A., Diefenbacher, A.

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE (in press)

The missing link: Delayed emotional development predicts challenging behavior in adults with intellectual disability

Sappok, T., Budczies, J., Dziobek, I., Bölte, S., Dosen, A., Diefenbacher, A.

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (in press).

Mobilisierung der Sinne. Der Hollywood-Kriegsfilm zwischen Genrekino und Historie

Kappelhoff, H., Gaertner, D., Pogodda, C. (Eds.).

Berlin: Vorwerk 8 | 2013

How neurons make meaning: Brain mechanisms for embodied and abstract-symbolic semantics.

Pulvermüller, F.

Erschienen in: Trends in Cognitive Sciences 17 (9), 458-470. doi: 10.1016/j.tics.2013.06.004

Past tense in the brain's time: Neurophysiological evidence for dual-route processing of past-tense verbs.

Bakker, I., MacGregor, L. J., Pulvermüller, F., & Shtyrov, Y.

Erschienen in: Neurophysiological evidence for dual-route processing of past-tense verbs. Neuroimage 71, 187-195. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012. 12.065.

Is personality modulated by language?

Veltkamp, G.M., Recio, G., Jacobs, A.M., Conrad, M.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: International Journal of Bilingualism 17 (4). 496-504. doi: 10.1177/1367006912438894.

We administered German and Spanish versions of the NEO FFI personality inventory to two groups of late bilinguals (second language learners) of these two languages. Regardless of individuals’ first language, both groups scored higher on Extraversion and Neuroticism when Spanish was the test language. In turn, scores on Agreeability were higher when German was used as test language. Results are interpreted as evidence for cultural frame shifts consistent with cultural norms associated with the presently used language. Beyond the acquisition of linguistic skills, learning a second language seems to provide individuals with a new range of perceiving and displaying their own personality.

The Role of Early Emotional Neglect in Alexithymia

Aust, S., Alkan-Härtwig, E., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Psychological Trauma 5 (3). 225-232.

Interoceptive awareness enhances neural activity during empathy

Ernst, J., Northoff, G., Böker, H., Seifritz, E., Grimm, S.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 34 (7). 1615-1624.

Admiration and adoration: Their different ways of showing and shaping who we are

Schindler, I., Zink, V., Windrich, J., Menninghaus, W.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Cognition and Emotion 27 (1). 85-118.

Reviving a forgotten dimension – Potency in affective neuroscience

Schacht, A.

New York: Oxford University Press | 2013

Erschienen in: Fontaine, J., Scherer, K. R., Soriano, C. (Eds.). Components of Emotional Meaning: A Sourcebook.

Form und Wirkung. Phänomenologische und empirische Kunstwissenschaft in der Sowjetunion der 1920er Jahre

Hansen-Löve, A., Obermayr, B., Witte, G. (Eds.)

Paderborn: W. Fink Verlag | 2013

Music in Depression: Neural Correlates of Emotional Experiences in Remitted Depression

Aust, S., Filip, K., Koelsch, S., Grimm, S., Bajbouj, M.

Erschienen in: World Journal of Psychiatry, 3(2)

Jonathan H. Turner: Human Emotions - A Sociological Theory

von Scheve, C.

Wiesbaden: Springer VS | 2013

Erschienen in: Senge, K., Schützeichel, R., (Eds.). Hauptwerke der Emotionssoziologie. 351-359.

How music alters a kiss: superior temporal gyrus controls fusiform-amygdalar effective connectivity

Pehrs, C., Desorno, L., Bakels, J.-H., Schlochtermeier, L., Kappelhoff, H., Jacobs. A. M., Fritz, T., Kolesch, S. & Kuchinke, L.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. DOI: 10.1093/scan/nst169

While watching movies, the brain integrates the visual information and the musical soundtrack into a coherent percept. Multisensory integration can lead to emotion elicitation on which soundtrack valences may have a modulatory impact. Here, dynamic kissing scenes from romantic comedies were presented to 22 participants (13 females) during functional magnetic resonance imaging scanning. The kissing scenes were either accompanied by happy music, sad music or no music. Evidence from cross-modal studies motivated a predefined three-region network for multisensory integration of emotion, consisting of fusiform gyrus (FG), amygdala (AMY) and anterior superior temporal gyrus (aSTG). The interactions in this network were investigated using dynamic causal models of effective connectivity. This revealed bilinear modulations by happy and sad music with suppression effects on the connectivity from FG and AMY to aSTG. Non-linear dynamic causal modeling showed a suppressive gating effect of aSTG on fusiform–amygdalar connectivity. In conclusion, fusiform to amygdala coupling strength is modulated via feedback through aSTG as region for multisensory integration of emotional material. This mechanism was emotion-specific and more pronounced for sad music. Therefore, soundtrack valences may modulate emotion elicitation in movies by differentially changing preprocessed visual information to the amygdala.

Charles Darwin: The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

Newmark, C.

Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften | 2013

Erschienen in: Senge, K., Schützeichel, R. (Ed.). Hauptwerke der Emotionssoziologie. 85-88.

Task modulation of brain responses in visual word recognition as studied using EEG/MEG and fMRI.

Chen, Y., Davis, M. H., Pulvermüller, F., & Hauk, O.

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 376. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013. 00376.

Neural dynamics of speech act comprehension: an MEG study of Naming and Requesting.

Egorova, N., Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F.

Erschienen in: Brain Topography (in press)

Der Klang der Erinnerung. Filmmusik und Zeitlichkeit affektiver Erfahrung im Vietnamkriegsfilm

Bakels, J.-H.

Berlin: Verlag Vorwerk 8 | 2013

Erschienen in: Kappelhoff, H., Gaertner, D. & Pogodda, C. (Eds.). Mobilisierung der Sinne. Der Hollywood-Kriegsfilm zwischen Genrekino und Historie. 266-306.

Theodore D. Kemper – A Social Interactional Theory of Emotions

von Scheve, C.

Wiesbaden: Springer VS | 2013

Erschienen in: Senge, K., Schützeichel, R. (Eds.). Hauptwerke der Emotionssoziologie. 194-200.

Effects of personality on the HPA system: A Cortisol Awakening Response Study in Alexithymia

Alkan Härtwig, E., Aust, S., Heuser, I.

Erschienen in: Psychoneuroendocrinology. doi:10.1016/j.psyneuen.2013.03.023

Working memory coding of analogue stimulus properties in human prefrontal cortex

Spitzer, B., Gloel, M., Schmidt, T., Blankenburg, F.

Erschienen in: Cerebral Cortex. (in press)

Sighard Neckel – Status und Scham. Zur symbolischen Reproduktion sozialer Ungleichheit

von Scheve, C.

Wiesbaden: Springer VS | 2013

Erschienen in: Senge, K., Schützeichel, R. (Eds.). Hauptwerke der Emotionssoziologie. 236-243.

Impaired social cognition in multiple sclerosis

Pöttgen, J., Dziobek, I., Reh, S., Heesen, C,. Gold, S. M.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. 2013 Jan 11.

Moral brains: Possibilities and limits of the neuroscience of ethics

Prehn, K., Heekeren, H. R.

Basel: Springer | 2013

Erschienen in: Christen, M., Fischer, J., Huppenbauer, M., Tanner, C., van Schaik, C. (Eds.). Empirically informed ethics. Morality between facts and norms. (in press)

Moral judgment competence. A re-evaluation of the dual aspect theory based on recent neuroscientific research

Prehn, K.

New York: Peter Lang Verlag | 2013

Erschienen in: Nowack, E., Schrader, D. (Eds.). Educating competencies for democracy.

Social cognition in borderline personality disorder

Röpke, S., Vater, A., Preissler, S., Heekeren, H. R., Dziobek, I.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Neuroscience. (in press)

Explaining altruistic sharing in the dictator game. The role of affective empathy, cognitive empathy and justice sensitivity.

Edele, A., Dziobek, I., Keller, M.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Learning and Individual Differences 24. 96-102. doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2012.12.020.

Diagnosing autism in a clinical sample of adults with intellectual disabilities - how useful are the ADOS and the ADI-R?

Sappok, T., Diefenbacher, A., Budczies, J., Schade, C., Grubich, C., Bergmann, T., Bölte, S., Dziobek, I.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Research in Developmental Disabilities 34 (5). 1642-1655. doi: 10.1016/j.ridd.2013.01.028.

Early and parallel processing of pragmatic and semantic information in speech acts: neurophysiological evidence.

Egorova, N., Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F.

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7 (86), 1-13. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00086.

‘Thinking Too Much’: Tracing Local Patterns of Emotional Distress After Mass Violence in Timor-Leste

Kumala Sakti, V.

The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 14 (5). 438-454. DOI: 10.1080/14442213.2013.826733. | 2013

Aesthetic and emotional effects of meter and rhyme in poetry

Obermeier, C., Menninghaus, W., von Koppenfels, M., Raettig, T., Schmidt-Kassow, M., Otterbein, S., Kotz, S. A.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Psychology 4 (10). 1-10. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00010

Neuronal correlates of decisions to speak and act: Spontaneous emergence and dynamic topographies in a computational model of frontal and temporal areas.

Garagnani, M., & Pulvermuller, F.

Erschienen in: Brain and Language (in press). doi: 10.1016/j.bandl.2013.02.001.

Moving the hands and feet specifically impairs working memory for arm- and leg-related action words

Shebani, Z., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Cortex 49 (1). 222-231. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2011.10.005.

Primate Communication

Katja Liebal, Liebal K, Waller BM, Burrows A, Slocombe K

Cambridge University Press | 2013

Primates communicate with each other using a wide range of signals: olfactory signals to mark territories, screams to recruit help while fighting, gestures to request food and facial expressions to initiate play. Primate Communication brings together research on all forms of interchange and discusses what we know about primate communication via vocal, gestural, facial, olfactory and integrated multimodal signals in relation to a number of central topics. It explores the morphological, neural and cognitive foundations of primate communication through discussion of cutting-edge research. By considering signals from multiple modalities and taking a unified multimodal approach, the authors offer a uniquely holistic overview of primate communication, discussing what we know, what we don't know and what we may currently misunderstand about communication across these different forms. It is essential reading for researchers interested in primate behaviour, communication and cognition, as well as students of primatology, psychology, anthropology and cognitive sciences.

Brain and behavioural correlates of action semantic deficits in autism.

Moseley, R. L., Mohr, B., Lombardo, M. V., Baron-Cohen, S., Hauk, O., & Pulvermüller, F.

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (in press).

Guter Neid, schlechter Neid? Von der "Neidkultur" zu Kulturen des Neides

von Scheve, C., Stodulka, T., Schmidt, J.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Emotionen und Politik – Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 32-33, 41-46.

Sensorimotor semantics on the spot: Brain activity dissociates between conceptual categories within 150 ms.

Moseley, R. L., Pulvermüller, F., & Shtyrov, Y.

Erschienen in: Scientific Reports 3, 1928. http://60.10.59.134/nature/production/ SREP-13-00657-2948dc95-139c-457d-8a62-afb22ff8d0e4.pdf.

Fearless Dominance and reduced feedback-related negativity amplitudes in a time-estimation task - Further neuroscientific evidence for dual-process models of psychopathy

Schulreich, S., Pfabigan, D.M., Derntl., B., Sailer, U.

Biological Psychology 93(3) | 2013

Dual-process models of psychopathy postulate two etiologically relevant processes. Their involvement in feedback processing and its neural correlates has not been investigated so far. Multi-channel EEG was collected while healthy female volunteers performed a time-estimation task and received negative or positive feedback in form of signs or emotional faces. The affective-interpersonal factor Fearless Dominance, but not Self-Centered Impulsivity, was associated with reduced feedback-related negativity (FRN) amplitudes. This neural dissociation extends previous findings on the impact of psychopathy on feedback processing and further highlights the importance of distinguishing psychopathic traits and extending previous (neuroscientific) models of psychopathy.

Dual-process models of psychopathy postulate two etiologically relevant processes. Their involvement in feedback processing and its neural correlates has not been investigated so far. Multi-channel EEG was collected while healthy female volunteers performed a time-estimation task and received negative or positive feedback in form of signs or emotional faces. The affective-interpersonal factor Fearless Dominance, but not Self-Centered Impulsivity, was associated with reduced feedback-related negativity (FRN) amplitudes. This neural dissociation extends previous findings on the impact of psychopathy on feedback processing and further highlights the importance of distinguishing psychopathic traits and extending previous (neuroscientific) models of psychopathy.

Brain routes for reading in adults with and without autism: EMEG evidence.

Moseley, R. L., Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B., Lombardo, M.V., Baron-Cohen, S., & Shtyrov, Y.

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (in press).

Effects of valence and arousal on written word recognition: Time course and ERP correlates

Citron, F. M. M., Weekes, B. S., Ferstl, E. C.

- | 2013

Erschienen in: Neuroscience Letters 533. 90-95. doi 10.1016/j.neulet.2012.10.054

Models of affect assume a two-dimensional framework, composed of emotional valence and arousal. Although neuroimaging evidence supports a neuro-functional distinction of their effects during single word processing, electrophysiological studies have not yet compared the effects of arousal within the same category of valence (positive and negative). Here we investigate effects of arousal and valence on written lexical decision. Amplitude differences between emotion and neutral words were seen in the early posterior negativity (EPN), the late positive complex and in a sustained slow positivity. In addition, trends toward interactive effects of valence and arousal were observed in the EPN, showing larger amplitude for positive, high-arousal and negative, low-arousal words. The results provide initial evidence for interactions between arousal and valence during processing of positive words and highlight the importance of both variables in studies of emotional stimulus processing.

Unconscious automatic brain activation of acoustic and action-related conceptual features during masked repetition priming.

Trumpp, N. M., Traub, F., Pulvermuller, F., & Kiefer, M.

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (in press). doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00473.

A Note on Learning to Express and Feel Appropriate Emotions in the Adult Way: Observations of Monday Morning School Rituals in Germany and India

Clemens, I.

New Delhi: Routledge | 2012

Erschienen in: Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Emotions in Rituals and Performances. South Asian and European Perspectives on Rituals and Performativity.

Perceiving one’s own and others’ feelings around the world: The relations of attention to and clarity of feelings with subjective well-being across nations

Lischetzke, T., Eid, M., Diener, E.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (8). 1249-1267.

Kalkulierte Raserei. Der Zorn des Rekruten im Kriegsfilm

Kappelhoff, H.

Berlin: Akademie-Verlag | 2012

Erschienen in: Zill, R. (Ed.). Von Achilles bis Zidane. Zur Genealogie des Zorns. (in press)

Persuasive Strategien der affektiven Verunsicherung im aktuellen Diskurs: Ironisieren, kritisieren, beleidigen in öffentlichen Streitgesprächen

Schwarz-Friesel, M., Marx, K., Damisch, S.,

Frankfurt: Lang | 2012

Erschienen in: Pohl, I., Ehrhardt, H. (Eds.). Sprache und Emotion in öffentlicher Kommunikation. 227-254.

Kognition und Emotion

Foolen, A., Lüdtke, U., Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Stuttgart: Kohlhammer | 2012

Erschienen in: Braun, O., Lüdtke, U. (Eds.). Sprache und Kommunikation - Behinderung, Bildung und Partizipation.

Unpacking Recognition and Esteem in school pedagogies

Wulf, C., Bittner, M., Clemens, I., Kellermann, I.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Ethnography and Education 7 (1). 59-75.

The article focuses on pedagogical practices of recognition and esteem (Wertschätzung) and on the question of how those practices can be appropriately studied and epistemologically grasped. The investigation involves an inner-city elementary school in a socio-economically problematic district. With regard to the communication forms in this specific school, we identify specific practices which constitute a culture of recognition and esteem that provides a reference framework and performative space to those involved. But what does a culture of recognition and esteem designate? Three heuristic categories have been developed as a result of our study in order to better describe and define the phenomenon: (1) the act of recognition and esteem, (2) the creation of an atmosphere of recognition and esteem and (3) the practices of shaping a culture of recognition and esteem. We analyse the verbal, non-verbal and performative aspects of communication within the context of schooling. The data were produced as part of an ethnographic research collaboration that has lasted over 12 years and which was initiated in the context of the Berlin Ritual Study at Freie Universität Berlin. The ethnography is based on participant observation and videography of pupils aged 8 12 years. Our systematisation of recognition and esteem shows a potentiality to describe a phenomenon without reducing complexity and highlights the everyday work of pedagogical practice.

Gender Differences in a Clinical Sample of Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder

Banzhaf, A., Ritter, K., Merkl, A., Schulte-Herbrüggen, O., Lammers, C., Roepke, S.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Personality Disorders 26 (3). 368-380. doi: 10.1521/pedi.2012.26.3.368.

Die Publikumserfahrung. Eine Phänomenologie der affektiven Zuschauerbeziehungen im Kino

Hanich, J.

Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann | 2012

Erschienen in: Poppe, Sandra (Ed.). Emotionen in Literatur und Film.

Im Wechselbad der Gefühle. Die Emotionsvielfalt im filmischen Melodram – eine Mikroanalyse

Hanich, J., Menninghaus, W.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft 56 (2).

Ästhetische Faszination nach Kant

Degen, A.

Freiburg: Rombach | 2012

Erschienen in: Baisch, M., Degen, A., Lüdtke, J. (Eds.). Wie gebannt. Ästhetische Verfahren der affektiven Bindung von Aufmerksamkeit. (in press)

Concepts of fascination, from Democritus to Kant

Degen, A.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of the History of Ideas 73. 371-393.

This study presents a historical-systematic outline of the conceptual history of ‘fascinatio’ from Antiquity up to the late 18th century. It is oriented to the lexeme and takes into consideration the historical variance of the basic approaches linked to it. I distinguish four basic theoretical approaches. I will demonstrate that a fifth approach, which defines the term as intransitive, dates to the late 18th century.

Leidenschaftliche Aufmerksamkeit. Verblendung als Grenze und Bedingung des Ästhetischen bei Georg Friedrich Meier

Degen, A.

Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann | 2012

Erschienen in: Eickenrodt, S. (Ed.). Blindheit. Zur Genealogie eines Topos in Literatur und Ästhetik. (in press)

Perception of Social Participation in Borderline Personality Disorder

Renneberg, B., Herm, K., Hahn, A., Staebler, K., Lammers, C., Roepke, S.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 19 (6). 473-480. doi: 10.1002/cpp.772.

Prefrontal cortex glutamate and extraversion

Grimm, S., Schubert, F., Jaedke, M., Gallinat, J., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Social Cognitive Affect Neuroscience 7 (7). 811-818.

Neugier in Wolframs ‚Parzival’. Eine Skizze

Baisch, M.

Erschienen in: Euphorion 106 (3). 299-320.

Ruins of Melancholy in Sterne's Tristram Shandy

Lobsien, V. O.

Cambridge University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: Vieweg, K., Vigus, J., Wheeler, K. (Eds.). Shandyan Humour in Anglo-German Literature and Philosophy. (in press)

Supramodal parametric working memory processing in humans

Spitzer, B. , Blankenburg, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Neuroscience 62. 177-188.

Sokrates fasziniert. Zu Begriff und Metaphorik der Faszination (Platon, Ficino, Nietzsche)

Degen, A.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte 53.

Neural correlates of written emotion word processing: A review of recent electrophysiological and hemodynamic neuroimaging studies

Citron, F. M. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 122. 211-226.

A growing body of literature investigating the neural correlates of emotion word processing has emerged in recent years. Written words have been shown to represent a suitable means to study emotion processing and most importantly to address the distinct and interactive contributions of the two dimensions of emotion: valence and arousal. The aim of the present review is to integrate findings from electrophysiological (ERP) and hemodynamic neuroimaging (fMRI) studies in order to provide a better understanding of emotion word processing. It provides an up-to-date review of recent ERP studies since the review by Kissler et al. (2006) as well as the first review of hemodynamic brain imaging studies in the field. A discussion of theoretical and methodological issues is also presented, along with suggestions for future research.

Emotionale Musikrezeption in unterschiedlichen Alltagskontexten: Eine wahrnehmungsökologische Perspektive auf die Rolle der beteiligten Medientechnologien

Lepa, S.

Bielefeld: Transcript | 2012

Erschienen in: Schröter, J., Vollmar, A. (Eds.). Auditive Medienkulturen. Methoden einer interdisziplinären Klangwissenschaft. 7-25.

Was kann das Affordanz-Konzept für eine Methodologie der Populärkulturforschung ‘leisten’?

Lepa, S.

Münster: LIT | 2012

Erschienen in: Kleiner, M., Rappe, M. (Eds.). Methoden der Populärkulturforschung. 273-298.

Nachwort zu Hollier, D. (Ed.)

Albers, I., Moebius, S.

- | 2012

Shedding light on words and sentences: Near-infrared spectroscopy in language research

Rossi, S., Telkemeyer, S., Wartenburger, I., Obrig, H.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 121 (2). 152-163.

Special Section: Empathy

Engelen, E.-M. , Röttger-Rössler, B. (Eds.).

Emotion Review: 4 (1) | 2012

A role for the motor system in binding abstract emotional meaning

Moseley, R., Carota, F., Hauk, O., Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Cerebral Cortex 22 (7). 1634-1647.

On doing empathy with the voice

Couper-Kuhlen, E.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: (in press)

Relationship between language competence and emotional competence in middle childhood

Beck, L., Kumschick, I. R., Eid, M., Klann-Delius, G.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Emotion 12 (3). 503-514.

Conversationalist and Consultant: Augustine in Dialogue

Fuhrer, T.

Oxford: Blackwell | 2012

Erschienen in: Vessey, M. (Ed.). A Companion to Augustine (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). 270-283.

Triumph und Theater im Text. Literarische Inszenierungen imperialer Repräsentation in Rom

Fuhrer, T.

Tübingen: Francke Verlag | 2012

Erschienen in: Fischer-Lichte, E., Warstat, M., Littmann, A. (Eds.). Theater und Fest in Europa. Perspektiven von Identität und Gemeinschaft. 80-94.

Towards a Multifaceted Understanding of Revenge and Forgiveness

Fatfouta, R., Jacobs, A., Merkl, A.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Behavioral and Brain Sciences. (in press)

Ultra-rapid access to words in the brain

MacGregor, L. J., Pulvermüller, F., van Casteren, M., Shtyrow,Y.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Nature Communications 3 (711).

The Brain and Positive Biological Effects in Healthy and Clinical Populations

Koelsch, S., Stegemann, T.

Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: MacDonald, R. A. R., Kreutz, G., Mitchell, L. (Eds.). Music, Health, and Wellbeing. 436-456.

Collective emotions in rituals: Elicitation, transmission, and "Matthew-Effect"

von Scheve, C.

London: Routledge | 2012

Erschienen in: Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Emotions in Rituals and Performances. South Asian and European Perspectives on Rituals and Performativity.

Response to target article "Language, music, and the brain: a resource-sharing framework"

Koelsch, S.

Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: Rebuschat, P., Rohrmeier, M, Hawkins, J. A., Cross, I. (Eds.). Language and Music as Cognitive Systems. 224-234.

Predictive information processing in music cognition. A critical review

Rohrmeier, M., Koelsch, S.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology 83 (2). 164-175.

The origins of nonhuman primates' manual gestures

Liebal, K., Call, J.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367 (1585). 118-128.

A theory of collective emotions

Ismer, S., von Scheve, C.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: (in press)

Zwischen Angst und Hoffnung: Die emotionale Konnotation des Sprechens über die Finanzkrise 2008/2009

Zink, V., Ismer, S., von Scheve, C.,

Konstanz: UVK | 2012

Erschienen in: Erschienen in: Lämmler, K., Peltzer, A., Wagenknecht, A. (Eds.). Krise, Cash und Kommunikation. 23-48.

Altered motor network recruitment during finger tapping in boys with tourette syndrome

Roessner, V., Wittfoth, M., Schmidt-Samoa, C., Rothenberger, A., Dechent, P., Baudewig, J.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 33 (3). 666-765. doi: 10.1002/hbm.21240.

In Tourette syndrome (TS), not only the tics but also the findings on deficits in motor performance indicate motor system alterations. But our knowledge about the pathophysiology of the motor system in TS is still limited. To better understand the neuronal correlates of motor performance in TS, 19 treatment-naïve boys [age 12.5 (SD 1.4) years] with TS without comorbid symptomatology were compared to an age-matched healthy control group [n = 16; age 12.9 (SD 1.6) years] in regard to brain activation during right-hand index finger tapping by means of functional magnetic resonance imaging. Group differences were found mainly in the left (contralateral) precentral gyrus, which was less activated in boys suffering from TS and in caudate nucleus as well as in medial prefrontal cortex, which was more activated compared to healthy boys. These results show that even in the first years after the onset of the disorder, an altered brain network of motor performance is recruited. These alterations in brain regions frequently associated with TS are probably based on functional changes, which are discussed in terms of early compensatory mechanisms of the motor execution network.

Moving in and out of synchrony: A concept for a new intervention fostering empathy through interactional movement and dance

Behrends, A., Müller, S., Dziobek, I.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: The Arts in Psychotherapy 39 (2). 107-116.

In this theoretical article, we link literature from different disciplines such as the neurosciences and psychology, dance/movement therapy, dance studies, and philosophy, in order to show that interactional, coordinated movement forms an important base for the development of empathy and prosocial behavior. The presented body of literature suggests that specific elements of joint movement and dance, namely imitation, synchronous movement and motoric cooperation, are suitable for fostering empathic abilities, especially in people with empathy deficits.In the second part of the article, we present a newly conceptualized dance and movement intervention for people with empathy dysfunction, tailored to its first application for people with autism spectrum disorders. Through enhancing and refining kinesthetic empathy skills, we hypothesize within an integrative concept of empathy, that both emotional and cognitive empathic processes such as empathic concern and perspective taking can be fostered. With a first treatment outcome study of the presented intervention that we will conduct in the near future with people on the autistic spectrum, we aim at evaluating the program and contributing to the understanding of dance and movement approaches for people with empathy deficits.

Wie fühlen sich Zahlungsversprechen an? Impressionen aus den digitalen Emotionsratgebern der Finanzbranche

Lange, M., von Scheve, C.

Berlin: Berlin University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: Metelmann, J., Beyes, T. (Eds.). Die Macht der Gefühle. Emotionen in Management, Organisation und Kultur. 67-85.

Old Proverbs in New Skins - An fMRI study on defamiliarization

Bohrn, I. C., Altmann, U., Lubrich, O., Menninghaus, W., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Language Science 3 (204).

Looking at the brains behind figurative language - a quantitative meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on metaphor, idiom, and irony processing

Bohrn, I., Altmann, U., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 50 (11). 2669-2683.

Emotional Cues in American Popular Music: Five Decades of the Top 40

Schellenberg, E. G., von Scheve, C.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts.

Current Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Debates on Empathy

Engelen, E.-M., Röttger-Rössler, B.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Special Section: Empathy, Emotion Review 4 (1).

Negotiating Reciprocity. Rituals in an Intercultural Neighbourhood

Fücker, S.

Bern: Peter Lang-Verlag | 2012

Erschienen in: Soeffner, H.-G., Zifonun, D., Leontiy, H. (Eds.). Ritual-Change and Social Transformation in Migrant Societies: A Comparative Perspective. (in press)

Ästhetische Faszination, erläutert an Reisebeschreibungen vom Vesuv

Degen, A.

München: Meidenbauer | 2012

Erschienen in: Peitsch, H. (Ed.). Reisen um 1800. 107-124.

Goethes blinde Hymne. Bewunderung und Verehrung in Wandrers Sturmlied

Windrich, J.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 86 (1). 27-63.

Götter im Zwielicht. Zur Hymnendichtung des jungen Goethe

Windrich, J.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: POETICA 44 (1-2). 143-179.

Sprachliche versus soziale Hegemonie: Die Bedeutung eines kleinen Unterschieds am Beispiel des Englischen

Gerhards, J.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2012

Erschienen in: Soeffner, H.-G. (Ed.). Transnationale Vergesellschaftung. Verhandlungen des 35. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Frankfurt / Main 2010. (in press)

The power of emotional valence — from cognitive to affective processes in reading

Altmann, U., Bohrn, I. C., Lubrich, O., Menninghaus, W., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Front. Hum. Neurosci 6 (192).

Neural Correlates of Combinatorial Semantic Processing of Literal and Figurative Noun Noun Compound Words

Forgács, B., Bohrn, I. C., Baudewig, J., Hofmann, M. J., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 63 (3). 1432-1442.

Brain and Music

Koelsch, S.

Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell | 2012

Transnationales sprachliches Kapital als Ressource neuer Ungleichheit in einer globalisierten Welt

Gerhards, J.

Wiesbaden: Springer VS | 2012

Erschienen in: Soeffner, H.-G. (Ed.). Transnationale Vergesellschaftung. Verhandlungen des 35. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Frankfurt / Main 2010. 497-508. doi: 10.1007/978-3-531-18971-0_50.

"Sense of Community": Die filmische Komposition eines moralischen Gefühls

Kappelhoff, H.

Göttingen: Wallstein | 2012

Erschienen in: Fauth, S. R., Green Krejberg, K., Süselbeck, J. (Eds.). Repräsentationen des Krieges. Emotionalisierungsstrategien in der Literatur und in den audiovisuellen Medien vom 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert. 43-57.

Film Genre and Modality. The Incestuous Nature of Genre Exemplified by the War Film

Grotkopp, M., Kappelhoff, H.

Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing | 2012

Erschienen in: Lefait, S., Ortoli, P. (Eds.). In Praise of Cinematic Bastardy. 29-39.

Musikbasierte Autismusdiagnostik (MUSAD). Entwicklung eines Untersuchungsverfahrens für erwachsene Menschen mit Intelligenzminderung und Autismusverdacht

Bergmann, I., Sappok, T., Diefenbacher, A., Dziobek, I.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Musiktherapeutische Umschau 33 (2). 126-140.

Stereotypes in autism revisited

Kirchner, J., Schmitz, F., Dziobek, I.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Towards a more ecologically valid assessment of empathy

Dziobek, I.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Emotion Review 4 (1). 18-19.

"...le plus de douceur en cette vie...". Moralistik, Sensualismus und der Geschmack von Passionen im 17. und frühen 18. Jahrhundert

Newmark, C.

Berlin: Walter de Gruyter | 2012

Erschienen in: Ebbersmeyer, S. (Ed.). Emotional Minds. Passions and the Limits of Pure Inquiry in the Seventeenth Century. (in press)

Autor-Figurationen: Literatur als Ort der Inszenierung von Kompetenz

Fuhrer, T.

Heidelberg: Winter | 2012

Erschienen in: Fuhrer, T., Renger, A.-B. (Eds.). Performanz von Wissen: Strategien der Wissensvermittlung in der Vormoderne. 130-147.

Erneuerung im Alter: Augustins Aetates-Lehre

Fuhrer, T.

Berlin: De Gruyter | 2012

Erschienen in: Fitzon, T., Linden, S., Kathrin Liess, K., Elm, D. (Eds.). Alterszäsuren. Zeit und Lebensalter in Literatur, Theologie und Geschichte. 261-287.

Moving the soul - moving into the soul. On the process of interiorization in early modern philosophy of the passions

Newmark, C.

Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter | 2012

Erschienen in: Campe, R., Weber, J. (Eds.). Interiority/ Exteriority. Rethinking Emotion. (in press)

Musik im Alltag der Gesellschaft. Drei Augenblicke im Leben der Simpsons

Riethmüller, A.

Sinzig: Studio Verlag | 2012

Erschienen in: Festschrift Detlef Altenburg. (in press)

Intranasal oxytocin enhances emotion recognition from dynamic facial expressions and leaves eye-gaze unaffected

Lischke, A., Berger, C., Prehn, K., Heinrichs, M., Herpertz, S.C., Domes, G.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Psychoneuroendocrinology 37 (4). 475-481.

'Previous studies have shown that oxytocin improves the encoding and recognition of facial expressions, which has been proposed to be mediated by an increased exploration of the eye region during face processing. In the present study, we used eye tracking to assess visual attention to the eye region while participants performed a dynamic facial emotion recognition task. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled between-subjects design participants received 24 IU intranasal oxytocin (n = 23) or a placebo (n = 24). Although oxytocin administration had no effect on participants'' visual scanning of emotional faces, it generally enhanced recognition performance, as the oxytocin group recognized emotional expressions at lower intensity levels. These findings suggest that oxytocin-induced improvement of facial emotion recognition is independent of modulations in overt visual attention.'

Neural correlates of risk taking in violent criminal offenders characterized by emotional hypo- and hyper-reactivity

Prehn, K., Schlagenhauf, F., Schulze, L., Berger, C., Vohs, K., Fleischer, M., Hauenstein, K., Keiper, P., Domes, G., Herpertz, S.C.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Social Neuroscience. (in press)

Recent approaches suggest that emotional reactivity can be used to differentiate between subgroups of individuals who are at risk for showing elevated levels of aggression and violence. In this study, we examined how emotion governs decision making within two subgroups of antisocial criminal offenders with either emotional hypo- or hyper-reactivity compared with healthy, noncriminal controls. Offenders were recruited from high-security forensic treatment facilities and penal institutions and underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging during a financial decision-making task. In this task, participants were required to choose between low-risk (bonds) and high-risk alternatives (stocks). Bonds were always the safe choice; stocks could win or lose, with a varying degree of uncertainty. We found that emotionally hypo-reactive offenders differed most from healthy controls by showing diminished neural activation in the rostral anterior cingulate cortex in response to uncertainty as well as decreased activity in the prefrontal cortex when trying to regulate their behavior accordingly (i.e., when consistently choosing "safe alternatives"). Hence, the data indicate that emotionally hypo-reactive offenders (with psychopathic traits) constitute a special subgroup within antisocial offenders characterized in particular by a limited capacity to emotionally represent uncertainty and to anticipate punishment.

Subtle deficits of cognitive theory of mind in unaffected first-degree relatives of schizophrenia patients

Montag, C., Neuhaus, K., Lehmann, A., Krüger, K., Dziobek, I., Heekeren, H. R., Heinz, A., Gallinat, J.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 262 (3). 217-226.

Exploring affiliation in the reception of conversational complaint stories

Couper-Kuhlen, E.

Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: Peräkylä, A., Sorjonen, M. (Eds.). Emotion in Interaction.

This paper reports on some recent work on affectivity, or emotive involvement, in conversational storytelling. After presenting the approach, some case studies of the display and management of affectivity in storytelling in telephone and face-to-face conversations are presented. The analysis reconstructs the display and handling of affectivity by both storyteller and story recipient. In particular, the following kinds of resources are described: - the verbal and segmental display: Rhetorical, lexico-semantic, syntactic, phonetic-phonological resources; - the prosodic and suprasegmental vocal display: Resources from the realms of prosody and voice quality; - visual or "multimodal" resources from the realms of body posture and its changes, head movements, gaze, and hand movements and gestures. It is shown that the display of affectivity is organized in orderly ways in sequences of storytelling in conversation. The author reconstructs (a) how verbal, vocal and visual cues are deployed in co-occurrence in order to make affectivity in general and specific affects in particular interpretable for the recipient and (b) how in turn the recipient responds and takes up the displayed affect. As a result, affectivity is shown to be managed by teller and recipient in storytelling sequences in conversation, involving both the reporting of affects from the story world as well as the negotiation of in-situ affects in the here-and-now of the storytelling situation.

Changes in Neural Connectivity underlie decision threshold modulation for reward maximization

Green, N., Biele, G., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: The Journal of Neuroscience. (in press)

Closing the case of APOE in multiple sclerosis: No association with disease risk in over 29,000 subjects

Lill, C. M., Liu, T., Schjeide BMM, Roehr, J. T., Akkad, D. A., Damotte, V., Alcina, A., Ortiz, M. A., Arroyo, R., Lopez de Lapuente, A., Blaschke, P., Winkelmann, A., Gerdes L.-A., Luessi, F., Fernadez, O., Izquierdo, G., Antigüedad, A., Hoffjan, S., Cournu-Rebeix, I., Gromöller, S., Faber, H., Liebsch, M., Meissner, E., Chanvillard, C., Touze, E., Pico, F., Corcia, P., ANZgene Consortium, Dörner, T., Steinhagen-Thiessen, E., Baeckman, L., Heekeren, H. R., Li, S.-C., Lindenberger, U., Chan, A., Hartung, H.-P., Aktas, O., Lohse, P., Kümpfel, T., Kubisch, C., Epplen, J. T., Zettl, U.K., Fontaine, B., Vandenbroeck, K., Matesanz, F., Urcelay, E., Bertram, L., Zipp, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Medical Genetics 49 (9)

Aging magnifies the effects of dopamine transporter and D2 receptor genes on backward serial memory

Li, S.-C., Papenberg G., Nagel, I. E., Preuschhof, C., Biesenack, J., Nietfeld, W., Bertram, L., Heekeren, H. R., Lindenberger, U., Bäckman, L.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neurobiology of Aging. (in press)

The role of the amygdala in atypical gaze on emotional faces in autism spectrum disorders

Kliemann, D., Dziobek, I., Hatri, A., Baudewig, J., Heekeren, H.R.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (28). 9469-9476.

Adaptive coding of reward prediction errors is gated by striatal coupling

Park, S.-Q., Kahnt, T., Talmi, D., Rieskamp, J., Dolan, R. J., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (11). 4285-4289.

Human aging compromises attentional control of auditory perception

Passow, S., Westerhausen, R., Wartenburger, I., Hugdahl, K., Heekeren, H. R., Lindenberger, U., Li, S. C.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Psychology and Aging 27 (1). 99-105.

Theory of mind and empathy in patients at an early stage of relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis

Kraemer, M., Herold, M., Uekermann, J., Kis, B., Wiltfang, J., Daum, I., Dziobek, I., Berlit, P., Diehl, R. R., Abdel-Hamid, M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 2012 Nov 28.

Effects of emotional stimuli on working memory processes in male criminal offenders with borderline and antisocial personality disorder

Prehn, K., Schulze, L., Rossmann, S., Berger, C., Vohs, K., Fleischer, M., Hauenstein, K., Keiper, P., Domes, G., Herpertz, S. C.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: World Journal of Biological Psychiatry. (in press)

Objective: In the present study, we aimed to investigate the influence of concurrently presented emotional stimuli on cognitive task processing in violent criminal offenders primarily characterized by affective instability.Methods: Fifteen male criminal offenders with antisocial and borderline personality disorder (ASPD and BPD) and 17 healthy controls underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) while performing a working memory task with low and high working memory load. In a second experimental run, to investigate the interaction of emotion and cognition, we presented emotionally neutral, low, or high salient social scenes in the background of the task.Results: During the memory task without pictures, both groups did not differ in general task performance and neural representation of working memory processes. During the memory task with emotional background pictures, however, ASPD-BPD subjects compared to healthy controls showed delayed responses and enhanced activation of the left amygdala in the presence of emotionally high salient pictures independent of working memory load.Conclusions: These results illustrate an interaction of emotion and cognition in affective instable individuals with enhanced reactivity to emotionally salient stimuli which might be an important factor regarding the understanding of aggressive and violent behaviour in these individuals.

Die sozialen Grundlagen der Emotionsentstehung: Kognitive Strukturen und Prozesse

von Scheve, C.

Wiesbaden: Springer VS | 2012

Erschienen in: Schnabel, A., Schützeichel, R. (Eds.). Emotionen, Sozialstruktur und Moderne. 115-137.

Ritual in Soccer

Gebauer, G.

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2012

Erschienen in: Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Emotions in Rituals and Performances. South Asian and European perspectives on rituals and performativity.

Emotions in Rituals and Performances. South Asian and European perspectives on rituals and performativity

Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.).

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2012

Erschienen in: (in press)

Complaint stories and subsequent complaint stories with affect displays

Selting, M.

Potsdam: Universität Potsdam | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Pragmatics 44 (4). 387-415.

The paper investigates cases in which the recipients’ affiliation with the speaker’s affect in telling a complaint story is not (or not only) expressed through assessments or shorter comments or response cries but (also) through tellings of a complaint story of their own. After first complaint stories, next speakers may continue with similar or contrasting second or subsequent stories, in order to accomplish affiliation with the prior speaker’s story and affective stance. Similar stories are contextualized as such with similar footings or similar embodiments; contrasting stories are contextualized as such with other footings and/or other embodiments. Nevertheless, not all subsequent stories are receipted as affiliative: the study of a deviant case shows how a subsequent story can be produced and treated as disaffiliative.

Why Is the Sheep Afraid of the Wolf? Medieval Debates on Animal Passions

Perler, D.

Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: Pickavé, M., Shapiro, L. (Eds.). Emotion and Cognitive Life in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy.

Der Aufsatz diskutiert anhand ausgewählter Autoren des 13. und 14. Jhs. die Frage, welche Art von Emotionen die mittelalterlichen Autoren den nicht-rationalen Lebewesen zuschrie-ben. Sowohl die Genese als auch die Struktur dieser rein sinnlichen Emotionen wird unter-sucht. Zudem wird analysiert, wie der Unterschied zwischen diesen Emotionen und den rati-onal steuerbaren Emotionen der Menschen bestimmt wurde.

Sind die „Schreckensmänner“ mit Gefühl weniger furchteinflößend? Emotionen und sozialwissenschaftliche Akteurmodelle

von Scheve, C.

Baden-Baden: Nomos | 2012

Erschienen in: Heidenreich, F., Schaal, G. S. (Eds.). Politische Theorie und Emotionen. 137-154.

Diva Poses: Considerations on the Perception of the Extraordinary

Risi, C.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: Henson, K. (Ed.). Technology and the Diva: Sopranos, Opera and the Media from Romanticism to the Twenty-First Century. (in press)

They played with the trade: MEG investigation of the processing of past tense verbs and their phonological twins

Holland, R., Brindley, L., Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermüller, F., Patterson, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 50 (14). 3713-3720. doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2012.10.019.

Zwischen Hoffen und Bangen: Die emotionale Konnotation des Sprechens über die Finanzkrise 2008/2009

Zink, V., Ismer, S., von Scheve,C.

Konstanz: UVK | 2012

Erschienen in: Peltzer, A., Lämmle, K., Wagenknecht, A. (Eds.). Krise, Cash & Kommunikation. Die Finanzkrise in den Medien. 23-48.

Fact vs fiction—how paratextual information shapes our reading processes

Altmann, U., Bohrn, I.C., Lubrich, O., Menninghaus, W., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Sprachbilder der Krise. Metaphern im medialen und politischen Diskurs

Peter, N., von Wedemeyer, C., Knoop, C., Lubrich, O.

Konstanz: UVK | 2012

Erschienen in: Peltzer, A., Lämmle, K., Wagenknecht, A. (Eds.). Krise, Cash & Kommunikation: Die Finanzkrise in den Medien. 49–69.

Intensive language action therapy: the methods

Difrancesco, S., Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Aphasiology 26 (11). 1317-1351.

Language and the Motor System

Cappa, S. F., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Cortex 48 (7). 785-787.

Infant-directed communication in lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla): Do older animals scaffold competence in infants

Luef, E. M., Liebal, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: American Journal of Primatology.

Handedness for manual gestures in great apes: A meta-analysis

Hopkins, W. D., Pika, S., Liebal, K., Bania, A., Meguerditchian, A., Gardner, M., Schapiro, S. J.

Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company | 2012

Erschienen in: Pika, S., Liebal, K. (Eds.). Developments in primate gesture research. 93-111.

What role do mothers play in the gestural acquisition of Pan paniscus and Pan troglodytes?

Schneider, C., Call, J., Liebal, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: International Journal of Primatology 33. 246-262.

Spontaneous use of gesture sequences in orangutans: A case for strategy?

Tempelmann, S., Liebal, K.

Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company | 2012

Erschienen in: Pika, S., Liebal K. (Eds.). Developments in primate gesture research. 73-91.

GibbonFACS: A muscle-based facial movement coding system for the monogamous small apes

Waller, B. M., Lembeck, M., Kuchenbuch, P., Burrows, A. M., Liebal, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: International Journal of Primatology. 33 (4). 809-821.

The evolution and function of human and nonhuman primate facial expression can be better understood through multispecies comparative analyses. Anatomically based coding systems (Facial Action Coding Systems [FACS]) are developed to enable such analyses because they are standardized and systematic and aid identification of homologous expressions underpinned by similar muscle contractions. To date, FACS has been developed for humans, and subsequently modified for chimpanzees and rhesus macaques. Through detailed examination of facial anatomy and spontaneous movement, here we present a FACS for hylobatids (gibbons and siamangs): apes living in small groups and often thought not to display extensive facial movement. We identified and described 18 independent facial movements (Action Units and Action Descriptors) in the hylobatid face, and compared to humans, chimpanzees, and rhesus macaques. The findings show that the facial movement capacity of hylobatids bears great similarity to species living in much larger groups. The findings could be explained by phylogenetic inertia (especially because pair-bonding is likely to have emerged from social living) and/or the social demands of pair-bonding.

Orangutans rely on orientation cues and egocentric rules when judging others’ perspectives in a competitive food task

Gretscher, H., Haun, D., Liebal, K., Kaminski, J.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Animal Behaviour.

Meaning and the brain: The neurosemantics of referential, interactive, and combinatorial knowledge

Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Neurolinguistics 25 (5). 423-459.

Can language-action links explain language laterality? An ERP study of perceptual and articulatory learning of novel pseudowords

Pulvermüller, F., Kiff, J., Shtyrov, Y.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Cortex 48 (7). 471-481.

Reading "salt" activates gustatory brain regions: fMRI evidence for semantic grounding in a novel sensory modality

Barrós-Loscertales, A., González, J., Pulvermüller, F., Ventura-Campos, N., Bustamante, J. C., Costumero, V., Parcet, M.A., Ávila, C.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Cerebral Cortex 2 (11). 2554-2563. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr324.

When do you grasp the idea? MEG evidence for instantaneous idiom understanding

Boulenger, V., Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 59 (4). 3502-3513.

Body-part-specific representations of semantic noun categories

Carota, F., Moseley, R., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24 (6). 1492-1509.

Conceptual representations in mind and brain: Theoretical developments, current evidence and future directions

Kiefer, M., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Cortex 48 (7). 805-825.

Dissociating the representation of action- and sound-related concepts in middle temporal cortex

Kiefer, M., Trumpp, N., Herrnberger, B., Sim, E.-J., Hoenig, K., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 122 (2). 120-125. doi: 10.1016/j.bandl.2012.05.007.

Constrained vs. unconstrained intensive language therapy in two individuals with chronic, moderate-to-severe aphasia and apraxia of speech: Behavioral and fMRI outcomes

Kurland, J., Pulvermüller, F., Silva, N., Burke, K., Andrianopoulos, M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: American Journal for Speech and Language Patholology 21 (S). 65-87.

Attention to language: Novel MEG paradigm for registering involuntary language processing in the brain

Shtyrov, Y., Smith, M., Horner, A. J., Henson, R., Nathan, P. J., Bullmore, E. T., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 50 (11). 2605-2616. doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2012.07.012.

On affectivity and preference in responses to rejection

Couper-Kuhlen, E.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Text & Talk 32 (4). 453-475. doi: 10.1515/text-2012-0022.

You can count on the motor system: Finger counting habits modulate motor cortex activation evoked by numbers

Tschentscher, N., Hauk, O., Fischer, M. H., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 59 (4). 3139-3148.

The importance of Comparative Psychology for Developmental Science

Liebal, K., Haun, D.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: International Journal for Developmental Science 6 (1). 21-23.

Brain basis of words, constructions, and grammar

Pulvermüller, F., Cappelle, B., Shtyrov, Y.

Oxford: Oxford University Press | 2012

Erschienen in: The Oxford Handbook of Construction Grammar. (in press)

Angst und Ärger: Zur Relevanz emotionaler Dimensionen sozialer Ungleichheit

Rackow, Katja , Schupp, Jürgen , von Scheve, Christian

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Soziologie 41 (5). 392-409.

When we like what we know - A parametric fMRI analysis of beauty and familiarity

Bohrn, I. C., Altmann, U., Lubrich, O., Menninghaus, W., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Brain and Language. (in press)

Fühlen(d) Lernen: Zur Sozialisation und Entwicklung von Emotionen im Kulturvergleich

Funk, L., Röttger-Rössler, B., Scheidecker, G.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 15 (1). 217-238.

Emotions in Rituals and Performances. South Asian and European Perspectives on Rituals and Performativity

Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.)

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2012

How can a multimodal approach to primate communication help us understand the evolution of communication?

Waller, B., Liebal, K., Burrows, A., Slocombe, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Evolutionary Psychology. (in press)

Development of a communicative gesture in gorillas (Gorilla gorilla)

Luef, E. M., Liebal, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Interaction Studies. (in press)

The emergent practice of infant compliance: an exploration in two cultures

Reddy, V., Liebal, K., Hicks, K., Jonnalagadda, S., Chintalapuri, B.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Developmental Psychology (Epub ahead of print).

When apes point the finger - Three great ape species fail to use a conspecific's imperative pointing gesture

Tempelmann, S., Kaminski, J., Liebal, K.

- | 2012

Erschienen in: Interaction Studies. (in press)

The language void: the need for multimodality

Slocombe, K., Waller, B., Liebal, K.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Animal Behaviour (81). 919–924.

Theories of language evolution often draw heavily on comparative evidence of the communicative abilities of extant nonhuman primates (primates). Many theories have argued exclusively for a unimodal origin of language, usually gestural or vocal. Theories are often strengthened by research on primates that indicates the absence of certain linguistic precursors in the opposing communicative modality. However, a systematic review of the primate communication literature reveals that vocal, gestural and facial signals have attracted differing theoretical and methodological approaches, rendering cross-modal comparisons problematic. The validity of the theories based on such comparisons can therefore be questioned. We propose that these a priori biases, inherent in unimodal research, highlight the need for integrated multimodal research. By examining communicative signals in concert we can both avoid methodological discontinuities as well as better understand the phylogenetic precursors to human language as part of a multimodal system.

Braucht man die Sprache, um das Hirn zu verstehen?

Pulvermüller, F.

Bozen: Edition Raetia | 2011

Erschienen in: Schüz, A. (Ed.). Tentakeln des Geistes. Begegnungen mit Valentin Braitenberg. 129-141.

Early word formation in German language acquisition

Schipke, C., Kauschke, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: First Language 31 (1). 67-82.

Event-related potentials reflecting the frequency of unattended spoken words: A neuronal index of connection strength in lexical memory circuits?

Shtyrov, Y., Kimppa, L., Pulvermüller, F., Kujala, T.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 55 (2). 658-668.

The lateralization of motor cortex activation to action words

Hauk, O., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5 (149).

Recovery from post-stroke aphasia: Lessons from brain imaging and implications for rehabilitation and biological treatments

Berthier, M. L., García-Casares, N., Walsh, S. F., Nabrozidis, A., Juárez Ruíz de Mier, R., Green, C., Dávila, G., Gutiérrez, A., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Discovery Medicine 12 (65). 275-289.

Drug therapy of post-stroke aphasia: a review of current evidence

Berthier, M. L., Pulvermüller, F., Dávila, G., García Casares, N., Gutiérrez, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuropsychology Review 21 (3). 302-317.

Focus on the essential: all great apes know when others are being attentive

Tempelmann, S., Kaminski, J., Liebal, K.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Animal Cognition 14. 433-439.

Socialization goals and parental directives in infancy: The theory and the practice

Liebal, K., Reddy, V., Hicks, K., Jonnalagadda, S., Chintalapuri, B.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology 10 (1). 113-131.

Strength of word-specific neural memory traces assessed electrophysiologically

Alexandrov, A. A., Boricheva, D.O. , Pulvermüller, F. , Shtyrov, Y.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE 6 (8). e22999.

Kollabierende Sprachsysteme: Zwei Strategien sprachlicher Verarbeitung der Geldwirtschaft

Peter, N.

Frankfurt am Main/New York: Campus | 2011

Erschienen in: Künzel, C.,Hempel, D. (Eds.). Finanzen und Fiktionen. Grenzgänge zwischen Literatur und Wirtschaft. 137–154.

Poetika Movere, poetika dvizheniya. O nekotoryh svyazyah estetiĉeskogo udovol’stviya i zhestokogo nasiliya

Menninghaus, W.

Moskau: Kanon-Plus | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Savĉuk, V. (Eds.). Ĉuvstvo, telo, dvizhenie. 41-61.

O modo sáfico de Hölderlin: Revendo o mito do vidente masculino em Pindaro

Menninghaus, W.

Lissabon: Vendaval | 2011

Erschienen in: Duarte, B. C. (Ed.). Lógica poética. Friedrich Hölderlin. 139-168.

Durchschossen von Latenz: menschliche Schönheit in evolutionärer Perspektive

Menninghaus, W.

Göttingen: Vandenhoeck | 2011

Erschienen in: Gumbrecht, H. U., Klinger, F. (Eds.). Latenz. Blinde Passagiere in den Geisteswissenschaften. 80-90.

Neural characterization of the Speed-Accuracy Tradeoff in a Perceptual Decision Making Task

Wenzlaff, H., Bauer, M., Maess, B., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Neuroscience 31 (4). 1254-1266.

Duns Scotus über Schmerz und Traurigkeit

Perler, D.

Münster: Aschendorff | 2011

Erschienen in: Honnefelder, L. u.a. (Ed.). Johannes Duns Scotus 1308-2008: Die philosophischen Perspektiven seines Werkes/Investigations into his Philosophy.

Tradition und Transformation. Polyphone Wissensfigurationen in der Historia von D. Johann Fausten

Gerok-Reiter, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: KulturPoetik 11 (1). 1-20.

Der Aufsatz stellt die Frage nach Art, Erscheinungsform und Struktur von Wissensfigurationen, die sowohl die Perspektive der Tradition als auch die Perspektive der Transformation begünstigen (oder zulassen). Diese Frage wird anhand der Historia von D. Johann Fausten von 1587 und der am Protagonisten entfalteten timor dei-Problematik verfolgt. Während Paratexte, Erzählerkommentare und das Schlusstableau zur klaren Verurteilung mangelnder Gottesfurcht führen, wird durch narrative Gewichtungen, Komik und affektive Sympathielenkung ein Raum der Faszination am primär Verfemten eröffnet. Im Zentrum des Interesses steht die Darstellungstechnik der Historia, die durch ihre polyphone Struktur paradigmatisch ein Modell für die Möglichkeit der gleichzeitigen Affirmation wie Subversion des tradierten Affekt-Wissens aufzeigt.

Transformationen der Gefühle. Philosophische Emotionstheorien 1270-1670

Perler, D.

Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer | 2011

Das Buch untersucht fünf einflussreiche Emotionstheorien, die im Spätmittelalter und in der Frühen Neuzeit entwickelt wurden, und konzentriert sich auf zwei Probleme. Zum einen wird untersucht, wie sich der theoretische (vor allem metaphysische) Rahmen veränderte, in dem Emotionen als psycho-physische Zustände bestimmt wurden. Zum anderen wird auch analy-siert, wie im jeweiligen Rahmen die Möglichkeit einer rationalen Steuerung von Emotionen erklärt wurde.

Mr. Schnitzelicious, the Muscle Man. Somatic Empathy and Imaginary Self-Extension in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Hard-Body Movies

Hanich, J.

Heidelberg: Winter | 2011

Erschienen in: Arnold Schwarzenegger - Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Body and Image.

Verbal, vocal, and visible practices in conversational interaction

Selting, M.

Berlin/New York: de Gruyter | 2011

Erschienen in: Müller, C., Fricke, E., Cienki, A., McNeill, D. (Eds.). Body - Language - Communication. An International Handbook. (in press)

Feature-based interference from unattended visual field during attentional tracking in younger and older adults

Störmer, V., Li, S. C., Heekeren, H. R., Lindenberger, U.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Vision 11 (2). 1-12.

Autistic symptomatology, face processing abilities, and eye fixation patterns

Kirchner, J. C., Hatri, A., Heekeren, H. R., Dziobek, I.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 41 (2). 158-167.

Deviant gaze behavior is a defining characteristic of autism. Its relevance as a pathophysiological mechanism, however, remains unknown. In the present study, we compared eye fixations of 20 adults with autism and 21 controls while they were engaged in taking the Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET). Additional measures of face emotion and identity recognition were also obtained. While both groups fixated more on the face and mouth in the emotion recognition than in the face identity condition of the MET, individuals with autism fixated less on the face across MET conditions. Correlation analysis revealed associations between fixation time on the eyes and face processing abilities. Our results suggest that eye fixation patterns are an important characteristic of the social phenotype of autism.

Gegenläufige Affektsteuerung und paradoxaler Antisemitismus

Lubrich, O.

Tübingen: Niemeyer | 2011

Erschienen in: Schülting, S., Ackermann, Z. (Eds.). Shylock nach dem Holocaust. Zur Geschichte einer deutschen Erinnerungsfigur. 171-188.

Three-year-old children intervene in third-party moral transgressions

Vaish, A., Missana, M., Tomasello, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: British Journal of Developmental Psychology 29 (1). 124-130.

Kognition und soziale Wahrnehmung

Vater, A., Röpke, S., Renneberg, B.

Stuttgart: Schattauer Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Dulz, B., Herpertz, S. C., Kernberg, O. F., Sachsse, U. (Eds.). Handbuch der Borderline Störungen.

Microstructure of fronto-parietal connections predicts cortical responsivity and working memory performance

Burzynska, A. Z., Nagel, I. E., Preuschhof, C., Li, S. C., Lindenberger, U., Bäckman, L., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Cerebral Cortex 21 (10). 2261-2271.

Higher intraindividual variability is associated with more forgetting and dedifferentiated memory functions in old age

Papenberg, G., Bäckman, L., Chicerio, C., Nagel, I. E., Heekeren, H. R., Lindenberger, U., Li, S. C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 49 (7). 1879-1888.

Load Modulation of BOLD Response and Connectivity Predicts Working-Memory Performance in Younger and Older adults

Nagel, I. E., Preuschhof, C.,, Li, S. C., Nyberg, L., Bäckman, L., Lindenberger, U., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (8). 2030-2045.

Cortical thickness is linked to executive functioning in adulthood and aging

Burzynska, A. Z., Preuschhof, C., Bäckman, L., Li, S. C., Nyberg, L., Lindenberger, U., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 33 (7). 1607-1620.

The neural basis of following advice

Biele, G., Krugel, L., Rieskamp, J., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: PLoS Biology 9 (6).

The interrelation between lexical and grammatical abilities in impaired and unimpaired early language acquisition: Evidence from German

Kauschke, C.

Mouton de Gruyter | 2011

Erschienen in: Bartsch, S., Bittner, D. (Eds.). Lexical Bootstrapping - on the central role of lexis and semantics in child language development. (in press)

Neuronal correlates of cognitive reappraisal in borderline patients with affective instability

Schulze, L., Domes, G., Krüger, A., Berger, C., Fleischer, M., Prehn, K., Schmahl, C., Grossmann, A., Hauenstein, K., Herpertz, S.C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Biological Psychiatry 69 (6). 564-573.

Background: Borderline personality disorder has been characterized by enhanced emotional reactivity and deficient emotion regulation in behavioral and functional imaging studies. We aimed to validate patients’ difficulties in the cognitive regulation of negative emotions and investigated if emotion regulation deficits are restricted to the decrease of negative emotions. A cognitive reappraisal paradigm was used and hence a regulation strategy that is typically applied in cognitive-behavioral therapy.Methods: Fifteen unmedicated female borderline patients with affective instability and 15 healthy female control subjects underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging during a delayed reappraisal paradigm. Hemodynamic responses were measured in response to aversive pictures in an initial viewing phase and a subsequent reappraisal phase with three different conditions: decreasing, increasing, and maintaining the initial emotional reaction.Results: Patients demonstrated enhanced activation of left amygdala and right insula during the initial viewing of aversive stimuli. During attempting to decrease the initial emotional reaction, patients showed attenuated activation of the left orbitofrontal cortex and increased activation of the bilateral insula. The attempt to increase negative emotions resulted in enhanced activity in amygdala and insula, whereas no group differences were found.Conclusions: The results point to the role of two distinguishable processes of emotional difficulties in borderline personality disorder: enhanced emotional reactivity as well as deficits of voluntarily decreasing aversive emotions by means of cognitive reappraisal. The results suggest the neuronal substrate of deficits in explicit emotion regulation in the orbitofrontal cortex, which is in line with previous findings of a dysfunctional prefrontal network in borderline personality disorder.

Jenseits des Dialogs – Beziehungsqualität in der Musiktherapie bei Menschen mit Autismus und Intelligenzminderung

Bergmann, T., Dziobek, I., Reimer, S., Schumacher, K., Diefenbacher, A., Sappok, T.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Medizin für Menschen mit geistiger oder mehrfacher Behinderung 8 (1). 14-20.

Fühlt weniger! Dialoge über Emotionen

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Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2011

“Listening..." Kinaesthetic Awareness in Contemporary Dance

Brandstetter, G.

Peter Lang | 2011

Erschienen in: Habitus in Habitat III. Synesthesia and Kinaesthetic

Musikaufnahmen als Datenquelle der Interpretationsanalyse

Maempel, H.-J.

Mainz: Schott | 2011

Erschienen in: von Loesch, H.,Weinzierl, S. (Eds.). Gemessene Interpretation - Computergestützte Aufführungsanalyse im Kreuzverhör der Disziplinen.

Effects of selective attention on syntax processing in music and language

Maidhof, C.,Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (9). 2252-2267.

Besessenheit

Röpke, S., Luig, U.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2011

Erschienen in: Albers, I., Dziobek, I., Hurtzig, H. (Eds.). Fühlt weniger! Dialoge über Emotionen. 69-78.

Word learning in 6-month-olds: Fast encoding – weak retention

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A.D.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23. 3228-3240.

Shadows of music-language interaction on low frequency brain oscillatory patterns

Carrus, E.,Koelsch, S.,Bhattacharya, J.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 119 (1). 50-57.

Combining eye gaze input with a brain-computer interface for touchless human-computer interaction

Zander, T.O., Gärtner, M., Kothe, C., Vilimek, R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 27 (1). 38-51.

A public data hub for benchmarking common brain computer interface algorithms

Zander, T.O., Ihme, K., Gaertner, M., Roetting, M.,

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Neural Engineering 8 (25021).

Der Sinn für Angemessenheit als Quelle von Normativität in Ethik und Ästhetik

Landweer, H.

Berlin: Akademie Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Andermann, K.,Eberlein, U. (Eds.). Gefühle als Atmosphären. Neue Phänomenologie und philosophische Emotionstheorie. 57-78.

Metrum, Rhythmus, Melodie. ›Der Maiabend‹ von Johann Heinrich Voß und Fanny Hensel

Korten, L., Wißmann, F., Stenger, J., Menninghaus, W.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Poetica 43. 81-102.

Der Beitrag geht von der Beobachtung aus, dass die Zeitmessung der deutschen Sprache (1802) von Johann Heinrich Voß auf eine Musikalisierung und damit explizit auch eine Emotionalisierung rhythmischer Versstrukturierung angelegt ist. Die von der Forschung bislang in den Vordergrund gestellte Transformation der antiken Maße ins Deutsche ist diesbezüglich nur als Mittel zum Zweck zu verstehen. Der Aufsatz erläutert Voß’ Ansätze zur metrischen Melodiebildung und erklärt deren Qualitäten anhand einer vergleichenden, theoriegestützten Analyse von Voß’ alkäischer Ode ‚Der Maiabend‛ und der Vertonung durch Fanny Hensel.

Ludwig Wittgenstein. Im Fluss des Lebens und der Sprache

Gebauer, G.

Düsseldorf: onomato | 2011

Hörbuch gesprochen von Ulrich Matthes und Gunter Gebauer

Der Weg zur Versöhnung: Die Geschichte eines »Sozialen Vermittlers« in Oecussi

Kumala-Sakti, V.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Südostasien. Zeitschrift für Politik, Kultur, Dialog 3. 62-64.

Persönlichkeitsstörungen

Renneberg, B., Gutz, L.

Weinheim: Beltz Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Hautzinger, M. (Ed.). Kognitive Verhaltenstherapie. 315-330.

Processing social participation: An event-related brain potential study

Gutz, L., Küpper, C., Renneberg, B., Niedeggen, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 22 (9). 453-458.

We examined the electrophysiological correlates of the processing of social exclusion and inclusion by using a modified version of the Cyberball paradigm. Exclusion was found to be associated with a significant increase in the P3 complex. The frontal–central P3a was primarily related to the affective processing of rejection, whereas the late parietal P3b was associated with its perceived intensity. The expression of P3a and negative mood did also depend on the earlier experience; earlier inclusion affected the processing of exclusion, and vice versa. In conclusion, our data indicate that the complex process of social rejection can be tracked by using event-related brain potentials.

The narcissistic self and its psychological and neural correlates: an exploratory fMRI study

Fan, Y., Wonneberger, C., Enzi, B., de Greck, M., Ulrich, C., Tempelmann, C., Bogerts, B., Doering, S., Northoff, G.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychological Medicin 41 (8). 1641-1650. doi: 10.1017/S003329171000228X.

BACKGROUND: The concept of narcissism has been much researched in psychoanalysis and especially in self psychology. One of the hallmarks of narcissism is altered emotion, including decreased affective resonance (e.g. empathy) with others, the neural underpinnings of which remain unclear. The aim of our exploratory study was to investigate the psychological and neural correlates of empathy in two groups of healthy subjects with high and low narcissistic personality trait. We hypothesized that high narcissistic subjects would show a differential activity pattern in regions such as the anterior insula that are typically associated with empathy.MethodA sample of 34 non-clinical subjects was divided into high (n=11) and low (n=11) narcissistic groups according to the 66th and 33rd percentiles of their scores on the Narcissism Inventory (NI). Combining the psychological, behavioral and neuronal [i.e. functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)] measurements of empathy, we compared the high and low narcissistic groups of subjects. RESULTS: High narcissistic subjects showed higher scores on the Symptom Checklist-90 - Revised (SCL-90-R) and the 20-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) when compared to low narcissistic subjects. High narcissistic subjects also showed significantly decreased deactivation during empathy, especially in the right anterior insula. CONCLUSIONS: Psychological and neuroimaging data indicate respectively higher degrees of alexithymia and lower deactivation during empathy in the insula in high narcissistic subjects. Taken together, our preliminary findings demonstrate, for the first time, psychological and neuronal correlates of narcissism in non-clinical subjects. This might stipulate both novel psychodynamic conceptualization and future psychological-neuronal investigation of narcissism.

Cultural Differences in Emotion Ratings for English, Spanish, and German Words: The German Replication of the ANEW

Schmidtke, D., Conrad, M., Schröder, T., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Behaviour Research Methods.

Neural correlates of emotion word processing: The interaction between emotional valence and arousal

Citron, F.M.M., Weekes, B.S., Ferstl, E.C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 48. 2-3.

Is there a core neural network in empathy? An fMRI based quantitative meta-analysis

Fan, Y., Duncan, N. W., de Greck, M., Northoff, G.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (3). 903-911.

Whilst recent neuroimaging studies have identified a series of different brain regions as being involved in empathy, it remains unclear concerning the activation consistence of these brain regions and their specific functional roles. Using MKDA, a whole-brain based quantitative meta-analysis of recent fMRI studies of empathy was performed. This analysis identified the dACC-aMCC-SMA and bilateral anterior insula as being consistently activated in empathy. Hypothesizing that what are here termed affective-perceptual and cognitive-evaluative forms of empathy might be characterized by different activity patterns, the neural activations in these forms of empathy were compared. The dorsal aMCC was demonstrated to be recruited more frequently in the cognitive-evaluative form of empathy, whilst the right anterior insula was found to be involved in the affective-perceptual form of empathy only. The left anterior insula was active in both forms of empathy. It was concluded that the dACC-aMCC-SMA and bilateral insula can be considered as forming a core network in empathy, and that cognitive-evaluative and affective-perceptual empathy can be distinguished at the level of regional activation.

The time course of emotion effects in first and second language processing: A cross cultural ERP study with German-Spanish bilinguals

Conrad, M., Recio, G., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Front. Psychology 2:351.

To investigate whether second language processing is characterized by the same sensitivity to the emotional content of language – as compared to native language processing – we conducted an EEG study manipulating word emotional valence in a visual lexical decision task. Two groups of late bilinguals – native speakers of German and Spanish with sufficient proficiency in their respective second language - performed each a German and a Spanish version of the task containing identical semantic material: translations of words in the two languages.In contrast to theoretical proposals assuming attenuated emotionality of second language processing, the same pattern of results was consistently obtained regardless of the respective test language and its L1 or L2 status: ERP waves always reflected what has previously been found in studies investigating valence effects in native language processing: an early posterior negativity plus a late positive complex for words with positive or negative valence compared to neutral words. These results clearly suggest that the coupling between cognition and emotion does not qualitatively differ between L1 and L2 although latencies of respective effects differed about 50ms. Moreover, our results point to cultural differences concerning sensitivity to specific types of emotion: Strongest effects were observed in the data of native German speakers for the contrast between negative and neutral words, but between positive and neutral words for the native Spanish speakers – suggesting a differential negativity vs. positivity bias modulated by participants’ German vs. Spanish cultural background.

The Paradox of Electroconvulsive Therapy

Merkl, A., Bajbouj, M.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press | 2011

Erschienen in: Kapur, N. (Ed.). The Paradoxical Brain.

Reaction Paper. Are ''Deliberate'' Metaphors really Deliberate. A Question of Human Consciousness and Action

Müller, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Metaphor and the Social World 1 (1). 61-66.

Embodied meaning construction. Multimodal metaphor and expressive movement in speech, gesture, and in feature film

Kappelhoff, H., Müller, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Metaphor and the Social World 1 (2). 121–153.

In this article, we argue that multimodal metaphors are grounded in the dynamics of felt experiences. Felt experiences are inherently affective, with immediate sensory qualities and an affective stance. We suggest that as such, they ground the emergence and activation of metaphors. We illustrate this idea with analyzed data from a film and face-to-face conversation. Our consideration of expressive movement in speech, gestures, and feature film does not therefore target the analysis of the speech and gestures of actors. Rather we suggest an approach firmly rooted in film theory and which considers films as composed of cinematic expressive movements. The basic tenet of our proposal is as follows: seeing cinematic expressive movements trigger the same kind of felt experience in the spectator as a bodily expressive movement that comes along with speech. Expressive movements are held to provide the experiential ‘embodied’ grounds for the construction of metaphors.

Oxytocin increases recognition of masked emotional faces

Schulze, L.,Lischke, A.,Greif, J.,Herpertz, S. C.,Heinrichs, M.,Domes, G.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychoneuroendocrinology 36 (9). 1378-1382.

Neuroscience insights improve neurorehabilitation of post-stroke aphasia

Berthier, M. L., Pulvermüller, F.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Nature Reviews Neurology 7 (2). 86-97.

Doi:10.1038/nrneurol.2010.201

Dokumente der Musik des 20. Jahrhunderts (Handbuch der Musik im 20. Jahrhundert 14, 2 Bde.)

de la Motte-Haber, H., Rilling, L., Schröder, J. H. (Eds.)

Laaber: Laaber | 2011

Erinnerungsarbeit in Osttimor: Das Living Memory Project

Kumala-Sakti, V.

Berlin: Regiospectra | 2011

Erschienen in: Myrttinen, H., Schlicher, M., Tschanz, M. (Eds.). "Die Freiheit, für die wir kämpfen…" Osttimor in der Unabhängigkeit – Ein politisches Lesebuch. 54-57.

Trauern um das Unfassbare

Kumala-Sakti, V.

Berlin: Regiospectra | 2011

Erschienen in: Myrttinen, H., Schlicher, M., Tschanz, M. (Eds.). "Die Freiheit, für die wir kämpfen…" Osttimor in der Unabhängigkeit – Ein politisches Lesebuch. 48-51.

Neuronal Correlates of Altered Empathy and Social Cognition in Borderline Personality Disorder

Dziobek, I., Preissler, S., Grozdanovic, Z., Heuser, I., Heekeren, H. R., Roepke, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 57 (2). 539-548.

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a severe psychiatric condition of undetermined brain underpinnings, which involves profound emotion regulation deficits and interpersonal impairment. To elucidate biopsychological markers of the disorder, we performed two studies: i.) assessing empathy and social cognition and ii.) measuring the psychophysical properties and functional brain correlates of empathic functioning in a total of fifty-one affected patients and 50 age- and gender-matched controls. In the behavioral study we applied the Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET), a new, ecologically valid measure to assess cognitive (i.e., social cognition) and emotional (i.e., empathic concern) empathy to a subset of participants. In the second study, functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and skin conductance measurements were performed while participants took a scanner-adapted version of the MET. Patients with BPD showed impairments in cognitive and emotional empathy. Brain responses during cognitive empathy were significantly reduced in patients compared to controls in the left superior temporal sulcus and gyrus (STS/STG), where this reduction was associated with levels of intrusive symptomatology in the BPD group. During emotional empathy, patients with BPD exhibited greater brain activity than controls in the right middle insular cortex, a response that was associated with skin conductance responses in the patients. Results indicate that altered functioning of the STS/STG and insula represents pathophysiological mediators for reduced empathy in BPD, with an important role for intrusive symptomatology and levels of arousal. The findings thus support a conceptualization of BPD as involving deficits in both inferring others' mental states and being emotionally attuned to another person.

Dialoge mit Sasha Waltz und mit Helga de la Motte

Newmark, C.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2011

Erschienen in: Albers, I., Dziobek, I., Hurtzig, H. (Eds.). Fühlt weniger! Dialoge über Emotionen. 25-40.

Embodying the nation: Football, emotions, and the construction of collective identity

Ismer, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Nationalities Papers.

The article intends to combine contemporary debates about nations and nationalism with a sociological perspective on collective emotions in its attempt to gain a better understanding of the process of constructing national identity. It will further present interdisciplinary evidence that collective emotions evoked in rituals instigate a number of group-related socio-cognitive processes that reinforce enduring feelings of belonging and an emotional priming of collective representations. I will suggest that states of collective effervescence do not only tie individuals to a community, but also provide a strong frame for the creation of symbols and the embodiment of shared meanings defining a community. The second part of the article analyses some examples taken from the football media coverage in order to provide a case study exemplifying the proposed theoretical approach.

Fußball – Pop – Gemeinschaft: Musik in der medial-rituellen Konstruktion von Nation

Ismer, S.

Münster: Verlagshaus Monsenstein und Vannerdat | 2011

Erschienen in: Phleps, T., Reich, W. (Eds.). Musik-Kontexte. Festschrift für Hanns-Werner Heister. 377-388.

Diagnostik affektiver Zustände

Lischetzke, T., Eid, M.

Göttingen: Hogrefe | 2011

Erschienen in: Amelang, M., Hornke, L.F., Kersting, M. (Eds.). Persönlichkeitsdiagnostik (Reihe Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, Band B/II/4). 411-465.

„Spürest du kaum einen Hauch“: Über die Leiblichkeit in der Lyrik

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

Berlin: Akademie Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Andermann, Kerstin, Eberlein, Undine (Eds.). Gefühle als Atmosphären. Der Beitrag der Neuen Phänomenologie zur philosophischen Emotionstheorie. S. 213-232.

Der Aufsatz macht den Versuch, den von Hermann Schmitz geprägten Begriff der Leiblichkeit für eine Lyriktheorie fruchtbar zu machen. Dabei geht es um die Frage, welche Formen des "leiblichen Spürens" in moderner Lyrik auftreten, und wie diese aus poetologischer Sicht zu begreifen sind.

Gefühlstiefen. Aktuelle Perspektiven einer vergessenen Dimension der Emotionsforschung

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

Bielefeld: transcript-Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Lehnert, Gertrud (Ed.). Raum und Gefühl. Der Spatial Turn und die neue Emotionsforschung. S. 26-47.

Der Aufsatz rekonstruiert die seit den 1960er Jahren vergessene Kategorie der Tiefe, die ursprünglich von dem Ganzheits- und Gestaltpsychologen Felix Krüger im Anschluss an Theodor Lipps in die Emotionsforschung eingeführt wurde. Der Aufsatz fragt, welche Rolle diese Kategorie in der aktuellen Emotionsforschung noch spielen kann.

Über das Gespür. Neuphänomenologische Überlegungen zum Begriff der Stimmungslyrik

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

Paderborn München: Fink-Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Gisbertz, Anna (Ed.). Stimmung. Zur Wiederkehr einer ästhetischen Kategorie. S. 45-61.

Der Aufsatz entwickelt verschiedene Aspekte einer neuphänomenologischen Lyriktheorie

Ironie

Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Berlin, New York: de Gruyter | 2011

Erschienen in: Klabunde, R., Primus, B. (Eds.). Semantik und Pragmatik. (in press)

Lyrisches Gespür. Vom geheimen Sensorium moderner Poesie

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

München Paderborn: Fink-Verlag | 2011

Das Wort Gespür bezeichnet die Fähigkeit, einen verborgenen, nicht deutlich sichtbaren Sachverhalt gefühlsmäßig zu erfassen. Die Studie versucht zu klären, warum dieses seltene Vermögen gerade in moderner Lyrik immer wieder artikuliert wurde. Es entwickelt diesbezüglich einen neuphänomenologischen Ansatz, der u. a. dafür plädiert, den alten Begriff der Stimmungslyrik durch den Begriff der Situationslyrik zu ersetzen bzw. zu aktualisieren. Dieses stimmungsmäßige Erspüren situativer Atmosphären findet sich keineswegs nur in der Romantik, sondern reicht mindestens bis in die Alltagslyrik der 1970er Jahre.

Emotionen

Bittner, Martin

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 14 (2). 329-335.

The problem of the passions and Descartes' mechanistic anthropology

Newmark, C.

Hamburg: Meiner | 2011

Erschienen in: Busche, H., Hessbrueggen, S. (Eds.). Departure for Modern Europe. A Handbook of Early Modern Philosophy (1400-1700). 1077-1085.

Editorial

Wulf, C., Prenzel, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 14 (2). 205-206.

Das Zuschauergefühl - Möglichkeiten qualitativer Medienanalyse

Kappelhoff, H., Bakels, J.-H.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaft 5 (2). 78-96.

Effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields emitted by GSM 900 and WCDMA mobile phones on cognitive function in young male subjects

Sauter, C., Dorn, H., Bahr, A., Hansen, ML., Peter, A., Bajbouj, M., Danker-Hopfe, H.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Bioelectromagnetics 3 (32). 179-90.

A system for transcribing talk-in-interaction: GAT 2

Barth-Weingarten, D.; Couper-Kuhlen, E.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Gesprächsforschung - Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion.

Grübeln

Meyer-Sickendiek, B., Bajbouj, M.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2011

Erschienen in: Albers, I., Dziobek, I., Hurtzig, H. (Ed.). Fühlt weniger! Dialoge über Emotionen. 117-26.

Toward a neural basis of music perception – a review and updated model

Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Psychology 2 (110).

Effects of music listening on cortisol levels and propofol consumption during spinal anesthesia

Koelsch, S., Fuermetz, J., Sack, U., Bauer, K., Hohenadel, M., Wiegel, M., Kaisers, U. X., Heinke, W.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Psychology 2 (58).

Are left fronto-temporal brain areas a prerequisite for normal music-syntactic processing?

Sammler, D., Koelsch, S., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Cortex 47 (6). 659-673.

Can out-of-context musical sounds convey meaning? An ERP study on the processing of meaning in music

Grieser Painter, J., Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 48 (5). 645-655.

Neuroarchitecture of verbal and tonal working memory in nonmusicians and musicians

Schulze, K., Zysset, S., Mueller, K., Friederici, A. D., Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 32 (5). 771-783.

Towards a neural basis of processing musical semantics

Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Physics of Life Reviews 8 (2). 89-105.

Electrophysiological chronometry of semantic context effects in language production

Aristei, S.,Melinger, A., Abdel Rahman, R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (23). 1567–1586.

Wissenschaftsbezogene Ethikinitiativen supra-/ nationaler Organisationen im europäischen Forschungsraum

Blumenthal, S.

Graz: Böhlau Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuhold, L., Pelzl, B. (Eds.). Ethik in Forschung und Technik. Annäherungen.

Affektive Intentionalität. Beiträge zur welterschließenden Funktion der menschlichen Gefühle

Slaby, J.,Stephan, A.,Walter, H.,Walter, S. (Eds.)

Paderborn: mentis | 2011

Affektive Intentionalität - Hintergrundgefühle, Möglichkeitsräume, Handlungsorientierung

Slaby, J.

Paderborn: mentis | 2011

Erschienen in: Slaby, J.,Stephan, A.,Walter, H.,Walter, S. (Eds.). Affektive Intentionalität. Beiträge zur welterschließenden Funktion der menschlichen Gefühle. 23-48.

Affektive Intentionalität, existenzielle Gefühle und Selbstbewusstsein

Stephan, A.,Slaby, J.

Paderborn: mentis | 2011

Erschienen in: Slaby, J.,Stephan, A.,Walter, H.,Walter, S. (Eds.). Affektive Intentionalität. Beiträge zur welterschließenden Funktion der menschlichen Gefühle. 206-229.

Affektive Intentionalität oder zentrierte Affektivität?

Landweer, H.

Paderborn: mentis | 2011

Erschienen in: Slaby, J.,Stephan, A.,Walter, H.,Walter, S. (Eds.). Affektive Intentionalität. Beiträge zur welterschließenden Funktion der menschlichen Gefühle. 230-251.

Emotional words impact the mind but not the body: Evidence from pupillary responses

Bayer, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology.

Can Literature be Moral Philosophy? A Sceptical View on the Ethics of Literary Empathy

Vendrell Ferran, I.

Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann | 2011

Erschienen in: Hüsch, S. (Ed.). Philosophy and Literature and the Crisis of Metaphysics.

Metaphern der Liebe: Alexander Pfänder und Hermann Schmitz

Vendrell Ferran, I.

Berlin: Akademie Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Andermann, K.; Eberlein, U. (Ed.). Gefühle als Atmosphären.

Terrorismus im Fernsehen. Formate, Inhalte und Emotionen im westlich-arabischen Vergleich

Gerhards, J., Schäfer, M. S., Al Jabiri, I., Seifert, J.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2011

Ohne die Berichterstattung der Massenmedien würden die meisten Menschen kaum etwas über terroristische Anschläge erfahren. Allerdings können Medien derartige Anschläge sehr unterschiedlich darstellen. Die Studie vergleicht die Terrorismusberichterstattung von fünf Fernsehsendern aus unterschiedlichen Ländern und Weltregionen: CNN, Al Jazeera, BBC, ARD und RTL. Untersucht werden die Formate der Berichterstattung, die inhaltlichen Deutungen der Anschläge und die damit verbundenen Emotionsdarstellungen. Vorgefundene Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten werden u.a. mit Hilfe von Globalisierungstheorien und Theorien kultureller Unterschiede interpretiert.

Der Kult der Minderheitensprachen

Gerhards, J.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Leviathan 39 (2). 165-186.

Die Geschichte der Minderheitensprachen in den letzten 200 Jahren ist vielerorts eine Geschichte ihrer Unterdrückung. Mit Beginn der 1970er Jahre findet aber eine Umkehr in der Interpretation des Status der Minderheitensprachen statt, die verbunden ist mit einer Stärkung der Rechte der Minderheiten auf internationaler und nationaler Ebene. Der Artikel unterzieht die Argumente und Deutungsmuster, die den Kult der Minderheitensprachen begründen, einer kritischen Prüfung. Zuvor geht der Blick zurück, um das Verhältnis von Nationalstaatsentstehung und Minderheitenpolitik kurz zu skizzieren (Kap. 1). Im nächsten Schritt werden die rechtlichen Regelungen und deren diskursive Legitimation, die dem Kult der Minderheitensprachen zugrunde liegen, dargestellt (Kap. 2), um dann im dritten Schritt die Plausibilität der Argumente zu diskutieren (Kap. 3).

Gender characteristics of cerebral hemodynamics during complex cognitive functioning

Misteli, M., Duschek, S., Richter, A., Grimm, S., Rezk, M., Kraehenmann, R., Boeker, H., Seifritz, E., Schuepbach, D.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Brain and Cognition 76 (1). 123-130. doi: 10.1016/j.bandc.2011.02.009.

Toward a Poetics of Cinematic Disgust

Hanich, J.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Film-Philosophy 15 (2).

Clips, Clicks and Climax. The Relocation and Remediation of Pornography

Hanich, J.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Jump Cut. A Review of Contemporary Media.

Social-cognitive contributors to young children’s empathic and prosocial behavior

Vaish, A., Warneken, F.

Cambridge: MIT Press | 2011

Erschienen in: Decety, J. (Ed.). Empathy: From Bench to Bedside. 131-146.

Reduced negative BOLD responses in the default-mode network and increased self-focus in depression

Grimm, S., Ernst, J., Boesiger, P., Schuepbach, D., Boeker, H., Northoff, G.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry 12 (8). 627-637. doi: 10.3109/15622975.2010.545145.

Abnormal cingulate and prefrontal cortical neurochemistry in major depression after electroconvulsive therapy

Merkl, A., Schubert, F., Quante, A., Luborzewski, A., Brakemeier, E.L., Grimm, S., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Biol Psychiatry 69 (8). 772-779.

Are effects of emotion in single words non-lexical? Evidence from event-related brain potentials

Palazova, M., Mantwill, K., Sommer, W., Schacht, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 49. 2766– 2775.

Emotional meaning impacts word processing. However, it is unclear, at which functional locus this influence occurs and whether and how it depends on word class. These questions were addressed by recording event-related potentials (ERPs) in a lexical decision task with written adjectives, verbs, and nouns of positive, negative, and neutral emotional valence. In addition, word frequency (high vs. low) was manipulated. The early posterior negativity (EPN) in ERPs started earlier for emotional nouns and adjectives than for verbs. Depending on word class, EPN onsets coincided with or followed the lexicality effects. Main ERP effects of emotion overlapped with effects of word frequency between 300 and 550 ms but interacted with them only after 500 ms. These results indicate that in all three word classes examined, emotional evaluation as represented by the EPN has a post-lexical locus, starting already after a minimum of lexical access.

Wozu Kunst? Ästhetik nach Darwin

Menninghaus, W.

Berlin: Suhrkamp | 2011

The dynamic microstructure of speech production: Semantic interference built on the fly

Abdel Rahman, R., Melinger, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (37). 149-161.

Wann geht der nächste Schwan? Aspekte einer Kulturgeschichte des Wunders

Risi, C., Sollich, R., Papenburg, A. (Eds.)

Leipzig: Henschel | 2011

Facing Good and Evil: Early brain signatures of affective biographical knowledge in face recognition

Abdel Rahman, R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Emotion 11 (6). 1397-1405. doi: 10.1037/a0024717.

Poetische Anschaulichkeit in der englischen Literatur zwischen dem 16. und 18. Jahrhundert

Lobsien, V. O., Lobsien, E.

Berlin: De Gruyter | 2011

Erschienen in: Schmitt, A., Uhlmann, G. (Eds.). Anschaulichkeit in Kunst und Literatur. Wege bildlicher Visualisierung in der europäischen Geschichte. 357-401.

Performativity and Dynamics of Intangible Cultural Heritage

Wulf, C.

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2011

Erschienen in: Brosius, C., Polit, K. M. (Eds.). Ritual, Heritage and Identity.The Politics of Culture and Performance in a Globalised World. 76-94.

Schweigen

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 1119-1127.

Ritual

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 1029-1037.

Mimesis

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 1015-1029.

Seele

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 967-974.

Geste

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 516-524.

Ohr

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 446-458.

Auge

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 436-445.

Alter

Wulf, C., Hoppe, B.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 398-403.

Sexualität

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 279-294.

Pflanze

Wulf, C.

Köln: Anaconda | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C. (Ed.). Der Mensch und seine Kultur. Hundert Beiträge zur Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft des menschlichen Lebens. 55-61.

Validating an indirect measure of clarity of feelings: Evidence from laboratory and naturalistic settings

Lischetzke, T., Angelova, R., Eid, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychological Assessment.

Einleitung

Wulf,C.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Althans, B., Audehm, K., Blaschke, G., Ferrin, N., Kellermann, I., Mattig, R., Schinkel, S. (Eds.). Die Geste in Erziehung, Bildung und Sozialisation. Ethnographische Feldstudien. 7-26.

Electrophysiological correlates of perceiving and evaluating static and dynamic facial emotional expressions

Recio, G., Sommer, W., Schacht, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Brain Research 1376. 66-75.

Die Geste in Erziehung, Bildung und Sozialisation. Ethnographische Feldstudien

Wulf, C., Althans, B., Audehm, K., Blaschke, G., Ferrin, N., Kellermann, I., Mattig, R., Schinkel, S.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften | 2011

Rethinking the Body: An introduction

Wulf, C., Michaels, A.

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2011

Erschienen in: Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Images of the body in India. South Asian and European Perspectives on Rituals and Performativity. 1-16.

Images of the Body in India. South Asian and European Perspectives on Rituals and Performativity

Wulf, C., Michaels, A. (Eds.)

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2011

Familienrituale.Ein Gerüst für das Leben

Wulf, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Spektrum der Wissenschaft – Spezial (1). 20-27.

Überleben. Frieden, kulturelle Vielfalt, Nachhaltigkeit als Bildungsaufgaben

Wulf, C.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2011

Erschienen in: Schmieder, F. (Ed.). Überleben. Historische und aktuelle Konstellationen. 411-424.

Die Gegenwart des Schweigens

Wulf, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Religion und Gesellschaft 1 (1).

Gesten in der Schule - Zur Dynamik körperlicher Ausdrucksformen

Kellermann, I., Wulf, C.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C.,Althans, B., Audehm, K., Blaschke, G., Ferrin, N., Mattig, R., Schinkel, S. (Eds.). Die Geste in Erziehung, Bildung und Sozialisation. Ethnographische Feldstudien. 27-82.

Stewed phrase and aesthetic effect in Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida. Received wisdom and its functions in the reflection, management, and performance of passion

Lobsien, V. O.

Oxford University Press | 2011

Erschienen in: Johnston, A. J., Kempf, E., West-Pavlov, R. (Eds.). Performing the Poetics of Passion.

Implicit processing of phonotactic cues: Evidence from electrophysiological and vascular responses

Rossi, S., Jürgenson, I. B., Hanulikova, A., Telkemeyer, S., Wartenburger, I., Obrig, H.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (7). 1752-1764.

Automaticity in attractive face processing: Brain Potentials from a dual task

Rellecke, J., Bakhirtas, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 22. 706-710.

On the automaticity of emotion processing in words and faces: Event-related brain potentials evidence from a superficial task

Rellecke, J., Palazova, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Brain and Cognition 77. 23-32.

The degree to which emotional aspects of stimuli are processed automatically is controversial. Here, we assessed the automatic elicitation of emotion-related brain potentials (ERPs) to positive, negative, and neutral words and facial expressions in an easy and superficial face-word discrimination task, for which the emotional valence was irrelevant. Both emotional words and facial expressions impacted ERPs already between 50 and 100 ms after stimulus onset, possibly reflecting rapid relevance detection. Following this initial processing stage only emotionality in faces but not in words was associated with an early posterior negativity (EPN). Therefore, when emotion is irrelevant in a task which requires superficial stimulus analysis, automatically enhanced sensory encoding of emotional content appears to occur only for evolutionary prepared emotional stimuli, as reflected in larger EPN amplitudes to faces, but not to symbolic word stimuli.

Acoustic processing of temporally modulated sounds in infants: evidence from a combined near-infrared spectroscopy and EEG study

Telkemeyer, S., Rossi, S., Nierhaus, T., Steinbrink, J., Obrig, H.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Psychology 1 (62).

Schule, Körper und Bildung. Eine ethnographische Perspektive auf die Schulanfangsphase

Kellermann, I., Mattig, R.

Oberhausen: Athena Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Kraus, A. (Ed.). Körperlichkeit in der Schule. Aktuelle Diskurse und ihre Empirie. 57-80.

Abschied und Erinnerung

Kasten, I.

Porto: - | 2011

Erschienen in: Greenfield, J. (Ed.). Szenarien des Abschieds in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. (in press)

Minnemärtyrer

Kasten, I.

Porto: - | 2011

Erschienen in: Greenfield, J. (Ed.). Liebe und Tod in der Literatur des Mittelalters. (in press)

When turns start with because: An exercise in interactional syntax

Couper-Kuhlen, E.

Varieng | 2011

Erschienen in: Meurman-Solin, A. Lenker, U., (Eds.). Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English.

The Distribution of Emotions: Fassbinder and the Politics of Aesthetics

Kappelhoff, H.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory 86 (3). 201-220.

Krieg und (Un-)Gerechtigkeit. Augustin zu Ursache und Sinn von Kriegen

Fuhrer, T.

Berlin/New York: de Gruyter | 2011

Erschienen in: Formisano, M., Böhme, H. (Eds.). War in Words. Transformations of War from Antiquity to Clausewitz. 23-36.

Neurobiology of value integration: When value impacts valuation

Park, S. Q., Kahnt, T., Rieskamp, J., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Neuroscience 31 (25). 9307-9314.

Usus iustus - usus Christianus: Augustinus zum ''rechten'' Umgang mit paganem Bildungswissen

Fuhrer, T.

Würzburg: Echter | 2011

Erschienen in: Mayer, C., Müller, C., Förster, G. (Eds.). Augustinus. Bildung - Wissen - Weisheit. 49-68.

Following advice modulates neural reward responses

Biele, G., Krugel, L., Rieskamp, J., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: PLoS Biology 9 (6). e1001089.

Allegorical Reading and Writing in Augustine's Confessions

Fuhrer, T.

Leiden: Brill | 2011

Erschienen in: 'van den Berg, J. A. et al. (Ed.). In Search of Truth'': Augustine, Manichaeism and other Gnosticism. 25-45.'

Different aspects of theory of mind in paranoid schizophrenia: Evidence from a video-based assessment

Montag, C., Dziobek, I., Richter, I. S., Neuhaus, K., Heekeren, H. R., Heinz, A., Gallinat, J.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychiatry Research 186 (2-3). 203-209.

Globalisierung

Clemens, I, Wulf, C.

(in Vorbereitung) | 2011

Erschienen in: Holzbrecher, A. (Ed.). Globalisierung und Interkulturelles Lernen.

Neuropsychologische Modelle von Autismus-Spektrum-Störungen: Behaviorale Evidenz und neuro-funktionale Korrelate

Dziobek, I., Bölte, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie Psychotherapie.

Bildgebung bei Autismus-Spektrum-Störungen: Eine Übersicht

Dziobek, I., Köhne, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Der Nervenarzt.

Lost in Transition? Managing paradoxical situations by inventing identities

Clemens, I.

New Delhi: Routledge | 2011

Erschienen in: Michaels, A., Wulf, C (Eds.). Images of the Body in India. 279-292.

Effects of spatial frequency and location of fearful faces on human amygdala activity

Morawetz, C., Baudewig, J., Treue, S., Dechent, P.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Brain Res 31 (1371). 87-99.

Genetic and neural dissociation of individual responses to emotional expressions in human infants

Grossmann, T., Johnson, M. H., Vaish, A., Hughes, D. A., Quinque, D., Stoneking, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 1. 57-66.

Influence of eye gaze on word processing: an ERP study with infants.

Parise, E., Handl, A., Palumbo, L., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Child Development.

Erinnerung, Emotion und Identität im mittelalterlichen Roman

Kasten, I.

Beijing University Press | 2011

Erschienen in: Pan, L., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Emotion und Erinnerung. (in press)

Neural correlates of strategy use during auditory working memory in musicians and non-musicians

Schulze, K., Mueller, K. S., Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: European Journal of Neuroscience 33 (1). 189-196.

Evolution of the muscles of facial expression in a monogamous ape: Evaluating the relative influences of ecological and phylogenetic factors in Hylobatids

Burrows, A. E., Diogo, R., Waller, B.M., Bonar, C. J., Liebal, K.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology 294 (4). 645–663.

Facial expression is a communication mode produced by facial (mimetic) musculature. Hylobatids (gibbons and siamangs) have a poorly documented facial display repertoire and little is known about their facial musculature. These lesser apes represent an opportunity to test hypotheses related to the evolution of primate facial musculature as they are the only hominoid with a monogamous social structure, and thus live in very small groups. Primate species living in large groups with numerous social relationships, such as chimpanzees and rhesus macaques, have been shown to have a complex facial display repertoire and a high number of discrete facial muscles. The present study was designed to examine the relative influence of social structure and phylogeny on facial musculature evolution by comparing facial musculature complexity among hylobatids, chimpanzees, and rhesus macaques. Four faces were dissected from four hylobatid species. Morphology, attachments, three-dimensional relationships, and variation among specimens were noted and compared to rhesus macaques and chimpanzees. Microanatomical characteristics of the orbicularis oris muscle were also compared. Facial muscles of hylobatids were generally gracile and less complex than both the rhesus macaque and chimpanzee. Microanatomically, the orbicularis oris muscle of hylobatids was relatively loosely packed with muscle fibers. These results indicate that environmental and social factors may have been important in determining morphology and complexity of facial musculature in the less social hylobatids and that they may not have experienced as strong selection pressure for mimetic muscle complexity as other, more social primates.

Socialization Goals and Parental Directives in Infancy: The Theory and the Practice

Liebal, K., Reddy, V., Hicks, H., Jonnalagadda, S., Chintalapuri, B.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology 10 (1).

This study investigates the relation between parents’ explicit valuing of socialization goals and their behavior in naturalistic interaction with their infants. Parents of 26 infants from two different urban cultures (Portsmouth, United Kingdom, and Hyderabad, India) participated in this study. Using a multimethod approach, parents were observed in naturalistic interactions with their infants from 9.5 to 12.5 months, were given a socialization goals questionnaire, and were interviewed about their expectations and practices in relation to obtaining compliance to directives when the infants were 12.5 months. Parents in Hyderabad ranked relational goals and, in particular, the goal for compliance, significantly higher than parents in Portsmouth, and significantly higher than autonomous goals, whereas parents in Portsmouth ranked autonomous and relational goals equally. The group difference in the ranking of compliance was reflected in higher frequencies of parental directives in Hyderabad, but not in repetitions of directives or in lower acceptance of noncompliance. There were some significant correlations between ranking for compliance and the frequency of directive episodes or the likelihood of repeating a directive, but no relations at all with the likelihood of accepting noncompliance. Birth order significantly affected parent behavior, with parents of firstborns showing lower percentages of accepting noncompliance. The discrepancy between the expressed value for compliance and actual behavior in relation to obtaining it was partly explained through different parental discourse in the interviews, with more parents in Portsmouth adopting a "training" approach to compliance, and more parents in Hyderabad approaching compliance as something that would "develop with age." Local contextual factors such as birth order as well as beliefs in the natural development of compliance with age might influence what parents do about noncompliance, independent of what they say about it.

Affectivity in cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective

Couper-Kuhlen, E.

Potsdam: Universitätsverlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Stehl, T. (Ed.). Sprachen in mobilisierten Kulturen: Aspekte der Migrationslinguistik. 231-257.

Causal role of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in human perceptual decision making

Philiastides, M. G., Auksztulewicz, R., Heekeren, H. R., Blankenburg, F.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Current Biology 21 (11). 980-983.

Neurophysiological preconditions of syntax acquisition

Friederici, A.D., Oberecker, R., Brauer, J.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychological Research.

Differential activation of the middle-temporal complex to visual stimulation in migraineurs.

Antal, A., Polania, R., Saller, K., Morawetz, C., Schmidt-Samoa, C., Baudewig, J., Paulus, W., Dechent, P.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Cephalalgia 31 (3). 338-345.

OBJECTIVE: Differences between people with and without migraine on various measures of visual perception have been attributed to abnormal cortical processing due to the disease. The aim of the present study was to explore the dynamics of the basic interictal state with regard to the extrastriate, motion-responsive middle temporal area (MT-complex) with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) at 3 tesla using coherent/incoherent moving dot stimuli. METHOD: Twenty-four migraine patients (12 with aura [MwA], 12 without aura [MwoA]) and 12 healthy subjects participated in the study. The individual cortical folding pattern was accounted for by using a cortical matching approach. RESULTS: In the inferior-posterior portion of the MT-complex, most likely representing MT, control subjects showed stronger bilateral activation compared to MwA and MwoA patients. Compared with healthy controls MwoA and MwA patients showed significantly stronger activation mainly at the left side in response to visual stimulation in the superior-anterior portion of the MT-complex, representing the medial-superior temporal area (MST). CONCLUSION: Our findings strengthen the hypothesis that hyperresponsiveness of the visual cortex in migraine goes beyond early visual areas, even in the interictal period.

Precursors to natural grammar learning: preliminary evidence from 4-month-old infants

Friederici, A.D., Müller, J., Oberecker, R.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE 6 (3).

Warum Rituale den Menschen verändern

Röttger-Rössler, B.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Spektrum der Wissenschaft (Spezial 1/2011). 36-41.

The Emotional Meaning of Ritual

Röttger-Rössler, B.

Routledge | 2011

Erschienen in: Axel Michaels, Christoph Wulf (Ed.). Emotions in South Asian and European Rituals.

In the Eyes of the Other: Shame and Social Conformity in the Context of Indonesian Societies

Röttger-Rössler, B.

Micrologus | 2011

Erschienen in: Sére, B., Wettlaufer, J. (Eds.). Shame between punishment and penance. (in press)

Erinnerung

Röttger-Rössler, B., Markowitsch, H. J.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2011

Erschienen in: Albers, I., Dziobek, I., Hurtzig, H. (Eds.). Fühlt weniger – Dialoge über Emotionen. 142-150.

Scham und Schule. Emotionsethnologische Untersuchungen im schulischen Kontext

Wertenbruch, M., Röttger-Rössler, B.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaften Sonderband 2/2011. 241-257.

Einführung in die Kognitionsethnologie

Röttger-Rössler, B.

Stuttgart: Verlag Metzler | 2011

Erschienen in: Stephan, A., Walter, S. (Eds.). Handbuch für Kognitionswissenschaft. (in press)

Socializing emotions in childhood: A cross-cultural comparison between the Bara in Madagascar and the Minangkabau in Indonesia

Röttger-Rössler, B., Scheidecker, G., Jung, S., Holodynski, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Mind, Culture, and Activity: An International Journal (Special issue on “Psychology of Emotions and Cultural Historical Activity Theory”).

Affective priming effects of musical sounds on the processing of word meaning

Steinbeis, N., Koelsch, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (3). 604-621.

Permanente Migration. Das Road Movie und die Suspendierung von Identität im Kino des New Hollywood

Lehmann, H.

Bielefeld: transcript | 2011

Erschienen in: Dennerlein, B., Frietsch, E. (Eds.). Identitäten in Bewegung. Migration im Film. 155-190.

Schrecken der Straße. Steven Spielbergs DUEL als Road Movie-Horrorfilm

Lehmann, H.

N.N. | 2011

Erschienen in: Felten, U., Küchler, K. (Eds.). Kino und Automobil – cinema e automobile – cinéma et automobile.

Facial emotional expression in reaction to social exclusion in borderline personality disorder

Staebler, K., Renneberg, B., Stopsack, M., Fiedler, P., Weiler, M., Roepke, S.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychological Medicine. 1-10.

Fremder Blick, blinder Fleck. Debatte und Historiographie am Beispiel des Bombenkrieges

Lubrich, O.

Essen: Klartext | 2011

Erschienen in: Colin, N., Lorenz, M., Umlauf, J. (Eds.). Täter und Tabu. Grenzen der Toleranz in deutschen und niederländischen Geschichtsdebatten. 89-103.

Effects of 3 different stimulus intensities of ultrabrief stimuli in right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy in major depression: a randomized, double-blind pilot study

Quante, A., Luborzewski, A., Brakemeier, E. L., Merkl, A., Danker-Hopfe, H., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Journal of Psychiatric Research 45 (2). 174-178.

Old proverbs in new skins? - An fMRI Study on Defamiliarization

Bohrn, I., Altmann, U., Lubrich, O., Menninghaus, W., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: NeuroImage.

Influence of affective significance on different levels of processing using pupil dilation in an analogical reasoning task

Prehn, K., Heekeren, H. R., van der Meer, E.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology 79 (2). 236-243.

The present study investigates the interaction of cognition and emotion in decision making, using an analogical reasoning task. In this task, two word pairs were presented simultaneously. Each word pair could be characterized by an associative conceptual relation (object, actor, or location relation) as well as an emotional relation (negative, neutral, or positive valence). Both types of relations were equally task-relevant: Participants had to identify both types of relations, to compare them, and to decide whether or not the word pairs were analogous, i.e., corresponding in both conceptual and emotional relations. Behavioral data showed that emotional relations were identified preferentially and faster than conceptual relations. Pupil dilations reflected the descending difficulty of the conditions and were greatest in amplitude when both conceptual and emotional correspondence was shown, intermediate when only one type of relation (either the emotional or the conceptual) corresponded, and least when neither correspondence existed. Additionally, a negative valence of the word material slowed down response times and increased pupil dilation relative to positive and neutral items. In summary, pupil and response time data together support recent (neurobiological) models concerning the interaction of emotion and cognition by showing that affective significance leads to a processing advantage at a cognitively lower level of information processing (here, identification or retrieval of relations from long-term memory) but can also distract people from higher level cognitive processes (here, from the controlled comparison of retrieved relations).

Die soziale Konstitution und Funktion von Emotion: Akteur, Gruppe, normative Ordnung

von Scheve, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 14 (2). 207-222.

Sociology of Neuroscience or Neurosociology?

von Scheve, C.

Bingley: Emerald | 2011

Erschienen in: van Keulen, I., Pickersgill, M. (Eds.). Sociological Reflections on the Neurosciences (255-278). Advances in Medical Sociology, Vol. 13.

Conceptualizing emotions along the dimensions of valence, arousal and communicative frequency - Implications for social-cognitive test and training tools

Hepach, R., Kliemann, D., Grüneisen, S., Heekeren, H. R., Dziobek, I.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Psychology 2.

Musik in Springfield. Vier Vignetten

Riethmüller, A.

München: Buch&Media | 2011

Erschienen in: Hoffmann, F., Gärtner, M., Weisenfeld, A. (Eds.). Musik im sozialen Raum. Festschrift Peter Schleuning zum 70. Geburtstag.

Maturation of the language network: From inter- to intrahemispheric connectivities

Friederici, A.D., Brauer, J., Lohmann, G.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE 6 (6).

Emotionen als Bewegung. Чуbcmbo, meлo, дbuжeнue

Wulf, C., Saftschuk, V.

Moskau: KAH | 2011

Spontaneous but not explicit processing of positive sentences impaired in Asperger's syndrome: Pupillometric evidence

Kuchinke, L., Schneider, D., Kotz, S. A., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 49 (3). 331-338.

The Diva's Fans: Opera and Bodily Participation

Risi, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Performance Research 16 (3). 49-54.

Koloratur des Wahnsinns - Wahnsinn der Koloratur

Risi, C.

Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann | 2011

Erschienen in: Brandstetter, G., Neumann, G., von Wietersheim, D. (Eds.). Genie – Virtuose – Dilettant. Konfigurationen romantischer Schöpfungsästhetik.

Die Posen der Diva. Inszenierung und Wahrnehmung der Außergewöhnlichen heute: Anna Netrebko gegen Edita Gruberova

Risi, C.

Schliengen: Edition Argus | 2011

Erschienen in: Grotjahn, R., Schmidt, D., Seedorf, T. (Eds.). Diva - Die Inszenierung der übermenschlichen Frau. Interdisziplinäre Untersuchungen zu einem kulturellen Phänomen des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts. 195-206.

Emotionen

Wulf, C.

Münster: Waxmann | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Weigand, G. (Eds.). Der Mensch in der globalisierten Welt. Anthropologische Reflexionen zum Verständnis unserer Zeit. Christoph Wulf im Gespräch mit Gabriele Weigand. 96-103.

Childhood methylphenidate treatment of ADHD and response to affective stimuli

Schlochtermeier, L., Stoy, M., Schlagenhauf, F., Wrase, J., Park, S.Q., Friedel, E., Huss, M., Lehmkuhl, U., Heinz, A., Ströhle, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: European Neuropsychopharmacology.

Die Gesten des Holländers 1852 und heute. Macht und Ohnmacht szenischer Vorschriften bei Richard Wagner

Risi, C.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2011

Erschienen in: Brüstle, C., Risi, C., Schwarz, S. (Eds.). Macht Ohnmacht Zufall. Spannungsfelder der Aufführungspraxis, Interpretation und Rezeption im Musiktheater des 19. Jahrhunderts und der Gegenwart.

Reward processing in male adults with childhood ADHD – A comparison between drug-naive and methylphenidate-treated subjects

Stoy, M., Schlagenhauf, F., Schlochtermeier, L., Wrase, J., Knutson, B., Lehmkuhl, U., Huss, M., Heinz, A., Ströhle, A.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Psychopharmacology 215 (3). 467-481.

Das Weihnachtsfest als Brückenschlag

Kellermann, I., Ono, F.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2011

Das Glück der Generationen

Kellermann, I., Ono, F.

Springer VS | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Suzuki, S., Zirfas, J., Ingrid, K., Inoue, Y., Ono, F., Takenaka, N. (Eds.). Das Glück der Familie. Ethnographische Studien in Deutschland und Japan. 229-265.

Emotion and Memory.

Lu, P., Wulf, C.

Beijing: The Peking University Press | 2011

The creation of social space and emotions through gestures. An ethnographic case study

Kellermann, I., Wulf, C.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: 'Révue Européene d''Ethnographie de l''education 10.'

This contribution will focus on the multidimensionality of the constitution of space in pedagogical settings, particularly with regard to the mediality of gestures. Through the medium of bodily forms of expression, spaces are constituted, educational processes are structured and emotions are shaped. This anthropological perspective forms the basis of the ethnographic study at hand, which empirically investigates the interplay of gestures, emotions and (social) constitution of spaces. The research project takes place in an inner-city primary school in a German city; the cooperation between the FU and this school has existed for more than 12 years. Fifteen years ago, the school’s orientation toward the principles of progressive education was introduced. Hence, the pupils are taught in mixed-age learning groups. The current research interest is on how pedagogic interactions are generated in relation to room requirements and arrangements, as well as of how those involved are positioned and act together. For this purpose, we studied a particular learning group composed of first to third graders. In addition to participant observation, two cameras videotaped the classroom interactions. Using excerpts from the data material, this contribution shows how pedagogical settings in the teaching of new first graders are arranged. In these settings, emotions are represented using gestures, and (social) spaces are generated which have an influence both on the interactions and the atmosphere. It becomes clear that gestures are highly context-dependent, and thus are to be understood and interpreted according to the reciprocal effects of actions and structures only in their particular educational setting. The symbolic and/or ritual character of these reciprocal interactions provides practical knowledge about courses of action that aid in the organization of institutional situations. Their dynamic dimension arises from the interplay of the corporeal, mimetic and performative character of bodily expression, as well as the spatial-material arrangements through which institutional situations are actively influenced, affectively experienced and subjectively evaluated by those involved. The results show that pedagogical settings achieve social effects that cannot always be anticipated and planned. In this sense, body and room arrangement coincide as mediums that communicate information about the individual as well as the learning community. With reference to a relational and process-based understanding of space, the study at hand develops four dimensions of gestural forms of expression that are significant from an educational and social science perspective: gestures as movements of the body, gestures as expression and representation, gestures as a means of education and upbringing, and gestures as forms of meaning generation. As a public place, the classroom is an educational space that institutionalizes many educational options through areas that are structured in different ways. Its social effects are achieved through the interaction of space, the body and social practices that contain symbolic references. The study illustrates that the mimetic, performative, corporeal and imaginative aspects of gestures must be taken into account in the discussion of a dynamic conception of space.

Das Neujahrsfest der Familie Oda

Suzuki, S., Wulf, C.

VS Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Suzuki, S., Kellermann, I. et al (Eds.). Das Glück der Familie. Deutsch-japanische ethnografische Feldstudien.

Weihnachten als Geschenk

Suzuki, S., Wulf, C.

VS Verlag | 2011

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Suzuki, S., Kellermann, I., et al (Eds.). Das Glück der Familie. Deutsch-japanische ethnografische Feldstudien.

Emotion als Bewegung

Wulf, C., Savchuk, V (Eds.)

Moskau: Kanon | 2011

Das Glück der Familie. Deutsch-japanische ethnografische Feldstudien

Wulf, C., Suzuki, S., Kellermann, I., et al. (Eds.)

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2011

Sensing - Feeling - Imitating. Psycho-Mimeses in Aby Warburg

Ekardt, P.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Ilinx. Berliner Journal für Kulturwissenschaften 2 ("Mimesen").

Communicative practices within a school culture. Performing a culture of recognition and esteem

Wulf, C., Bittner, M., Clemens, I., Kellermann, I

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Studia paedagogica. Brno 16 (1). 71-88.

Neuroanatomical prerequisites for language functions in the maturing brain

Brauer, J., Anwander, A., Friederici, A.D.

- | 2011

Erschienen in: Cerebral Cortex 21. 459-466.

Dissoziation von kognitiver und affektiver Empathie bei Jugendlichen mit Autismus-Spektrum-Störung

Poustka, L., Rehm, A., Holtmann, M., Bock, M., Böhmert, C., Dziobek, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Kindheit und Entwicklung 19 (3). 1-7.

Innerstädtische Schulen als Kontaktzonen und Orte transkultureller Begegnungen

Wulf, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie 19 (2). 167-178.

Resource allocation and fluid intelligence: Insights from pupillometry

Van der Meer, E., Beyer, R., Horn, J., Foth, M., Bornemann, B., Ries, J., Kramer, J., Warmuth, E., Heekeren, H. R., Wartenburger, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 47 (1). 158-169.

Wittgensteins anthropologisches Denken

Gebauer, G.

München: C.H. Beck | 2010

Der mimetische und performative Charakter von Gesten. Perspektiven für eine kultur- und sozialwissenschaftliche Gestenforschung

Wulf, C.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2010

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Fischer-Lichte, E. (Eds.). Gesten. Inszenierung. Aufführung. 283-297.

KIBRA and CLSTN2 Polymorphisms Exert Interactive Effects on Human Episodic Memory

Preuschhof, C., Heekeren, H. R., Li, S. C., Sander, T., Lindenberger, U., Bäckman, L.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 48 (2). 402-408.

Gesten. Inszenierung, Aufführung

Wulf, C., Fischer-Lichte, E. (Eds.).

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2010

Expected Reward, Risk, and Individual Risk Preferences during Investment Decisions

Mohr, P. N. C., Biele, G., Krugel, L. K., Li, S. C., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 49 (3). 2556-2563.

How the Brain Integrates Costs and Benefits during Decision Making

Basten, U., Biele, G., Heekeren, H. R., Fiebach, C. J.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 (50). 21767-21772.

Reading emotional words within sentences: The impact of arousal and valence on event-related potentials

Bayer, M., Sommer, W., Schacht, A.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology 78. 299-307.

Die Mimesis und ihre Künste

Koch, G., Vöhler, M., Voss, C. (Eds.).

München: Fink | 2010

Maturing brain mechanisms and developing behavioural language skills

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Brain & Language 114 (2). 66-71.

The relation between the maturation of brain mechanisms responsible for the N400 elicitation in the event-related brain potential (ERP) and the development of behavioral language skills was investigated in 12-month-old infants. ERPs to words presented in a picture-word priming paradigm were analyzed according to the infants’ production and comprehension skills as rated by their parents. Infants with high early word production displayed an N400 semantic priming effect already at 12 months. Infants with low early word production did not show this effect, not even for those words that parents rated to be comprehended by their child. The results suggest that the very early functioning of the neural mechanisms underlying N400 generation is related to the infants’ state of behavioral language development. The possible functional relation of the N400 neural mechanisms and the infant’s word learning ability is discussed.

Shame and Grace. The Paradox of the Beautiful Soul in the 18th Century

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

Bern: Peter Lang | 2010

Erschienen in: Flach, Sabine, Margulies, Daniel, Soeffner, Jan (Eds.). Habitus in Habitat I – Emotion and Motion. S. 121-130.

Der Aufsatz stellt die Frage, inwiefern das Verschwinden der Kategorien der Anmut und der Seelenschönheit aus einer Genese des Schamgefühls erklärbar sind. Indiz dieser These ist, dass sich sowohl das Verschwinden der Anmut als auch das Entstehen der Scham in der deutschsprachigen Literatur auf das 18. Jahrhundert datieren lassen. Bezugsautor dieser These ist Norbert Elias.

Vom Grübeln. Ein Beitrag zur Poetologie des Wissens

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: KulturPoetik 10 (2). S. 264–275.

Der Aufsatz nimmt Bezug auf die Diskussion um die Poetologien des Wissens. Anhand der in der Depressionsforschung relativ intensiv diskutierten Kognition des Grübelns unternimmt er den Versuch, psychologische und genuin literarische Konzepte dieses Phänomens - von der Frühromantik bis hin zu Walter Benjamin - in Bezug zu setzen. Gibt es also ein literarisches "Wissen" vom Grübeln, welches in der aktuellen Ruminationsforschung von Relevanz sein könnte?

Active perception: Sensorimotor circuits as a cortical basis for language

Pulvermüller, F., Fadiga, L.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Nature Reviews Neuroscience 11 (5). 351-360.

Brain Stimulation Techniques to Treat Depression

Abdullah, J., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: German Medical Journal 9 (1). 76-82.

Hauptsache teuer! Thorstein Veblen: Der demonstrative Konsum

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 423-428.

Von Löwen und Füchsen. Vilfred Pareto: Die Zirkulation der Eliten

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 306-311.

Vom Nutzen entfernter Bekannter. Mark Granovetter: The strength of weak ties

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 226-230.

Flüchten oder Standhalten. Albert O. Hirschman: Abwanderung und Widerspruch

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 199-203.

Wie Du mir, so ich Dir. Robert Axelrod: Das Gefangenendilemma

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 108-113.

Omen est nomen. Robert K. Merton: Die self-fulfilling prophecy

Mijic, A., von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 83-87.

Es kommt immer anders, als man denkt. Robert K. Merton: Die unvorhergesehenen Folgen zielgerichteter sozialer Handlung

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 65-70.

Einleitung. Theoriemodelle des Sozialen – Sternstunden der Soziologie

Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M.

Frankfurt am Main: Campus | 2010

Erschienen in: Neckel, S., Mijic, A., von Scheve, C., Titton, M. (Eds.). Sternstunden der Soziologie. 9-17.

Impulsivity in borderline personality disorder: impairment in self-report measures, but not behavioral inhibition

Jacob, G. A., Gutz, L., Bader, K., Lieb, K., Tuscher, O., Stahl, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Psychopathology 43 (3). 180-188.

'BACKGROUND: Impulsivity is a core feature of borderline personality disorder (BPD). However, previous clinical and experimental studies investigating impulsivity in BPD rendered mixed results. In this study, impulsivity was assessed by self-report scales and behavioral inhibition tasks to compare different data levels. SAMPLING AND METHODS: Fifteen women with BPD and 15 matched healthy control subjects (HC) completed the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale, Eysenck''s Impulsivity Questionnaire and the UPPS (Urgency, Lack of Perseverance, Lack of Premeditation and Sensation Seeking) scale, and participated in a Stroop task, an antisaccade task and a stop signal task. RESULTS: Patients with BPD scored significantly higher on self-report measures as compared to HC, but not in behavioral tests. In BPD patients, but not in HC, behavioral inhibition errors were correlated with more intense emotional state. CONCLUSION: We found a discrepancy between self-report and behavioral data. Further studies need to assess additional possible mechanisms underlying increased impulsivity, their relation to emotional instability, and their neurobiological underpinnings.'

Enhancing human-computer interaction with input from active and passive brain-computer interfaces

Zander, T.O., Kothe, C., Jatzev, S., Gaertner, M.

Springer London | 2010

Erschienen in: Tan, D.S., Nijholt, A. (Eds.). Brain-computer interfaces: applying our minds to human-computer interaction. 181-199.

Unconscious memory representations underlying music-syntactic processing and processing of auditory irregularities

Koelsch, S.

Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company | 2010

Erschienen in: Czigler, I., Winkler, I. (Eds.). Unconscious memory representations in perception: Processes and mechanisms in the brain.

Sprach- und Musikverarbeitung bei Kindern: Einflüsse musikalischen Trainings

Jentschke, S.,Koelsch S.

Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang Verlag | 2010

Erschienen in: Blell, G.,Kupetz, R. (Eds.). Der Einsatz von Musik und die Entwicklung von audio literacy im Fremdsprachenunterricht (Fremdsprachendidaktik Inhalts. Und Lernerorientiert 17).

Functional Neuroimaging of Emotion with Music

Koelsch, S., Siebel, W. A., Fritz, T.

Oxford: Oxford University Press | 2010

Erschienen in: Juslin, P., Sloboda, J. A. (Eds.). Music and Emotion.

Early word learning – Reflections on behavior, connectionist models, and brain mechanisms indexed by ERP components

Friedrich, M.

New York: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Group | 2010

Erschienen in: Guendouzi, J., Loncke, F., Williams, M. (Eds.). Handbook of Psycholinguistic and Cognitive Processes: Perspectives in Communication Disorders. 145-169.

Psychometric properties for a computerized mobile phone method for assessing mood in daily life

Courvoisier, D., Eid, M., Lischetzke, T., Schreiber, W.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Emotion 10. 115-124.

Ecological momentary assessment is a method that is now largely used to study behavior and mood in the settings in which they naturally occur. It maximizes ecological validity and avoids the limitations of retrospective self-reports. Studies on the psychometric properties of scales administered via mobile phone ecological momentary assessment are lacking. Therefore, we collected data on a 4-item mood scale measuring well being on six occasions per day for 7 days (N = 307) and examined compliance rate across time, within day, and within week. Using specific latent state-trait structural equation models, we analyzed the degree to which interindividual mood differences on an occasion of measurement were because of (a) measurement error, (b) stable differences in mood level, and (c) occasion-specific differences. Results show good compliance (mean compliance: 74.9% of calls answered). Moreover, the scale showed good reliability (M =.82). Mood was mostly stable, especially the first 3 days of the week. It depended weakly albeit significantly on the previous assessment (autoregressive coefficient). In conclusion, computerized mobile phone assessment is an appropriate, easy-to-use, and promising method to measure mood.

Group therapy module to enhance self-esteem in patients with borderline personality disorder: a pilot study

Jacob, G. A., Gabriel, S., Roepke, S., Stoffers, J. M., Lieb, K., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 60 (3). 373-387.

The Passions of the Body in Boccaccio’s Decameron

Albers, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: MLN – Italian Issue 125 (1). 26-53.

Körper – Macht – Leidenschaften: das Erröten der Princesse de Clèves

Albers, I.

Berlin/New York: De Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Kasten, I. (Ed.). Machtvolle Gefühle. 263-296.

Biologische Evolution und Kultur

Menninghaus, W.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Wer hat die Deutungshoheit über die Evolution? (Debatte Heft 8, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften) Berlin. 111-118.

Biologie nach der Mode. Charles Darwins Ornament-Ästhetik

Menninghaus, W.

Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer | 2010

Erschienen in: Fischer, E. P., Wiegandt, K. (Eds.). Evolution und Kultur des Menschen. 220-243.

Biologie nach der Mode. Charles Darwins Ornament-Ästhetik

Menninghaus, W.

Göttingen: Wallstein | 2010

Erschienen in: Walter, S.,Staupe, G., Macho, T. (Eds.). Was ist schön?. 138-147.

Zur Evolution der Künste

Menninghaus, W.

Berlin/New York: de Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Gehardt, V., Nida-Rümelin, J. (Eds.). Evolution in Natur und Kultur. 205-222.

Zur hierarchischen Organisation des mentalen Lexikons bei Kindern mit spezifischer Sprachentwicklungsstörung

Kauschke, C., Fauck, A., Nachbarschulte, A.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Sprache Stimme Gehör 34. 228-236.

Qualitative Methoden in der Ritualforschung

Wulf, C., Jörissen, B.

Weinheim, München: Juventa | 2010

Erschienen in: Friebertshäuser, B., Langer, A., Prengel, A. (Eds.). Handbuch Qualitative Forschungsmethoden in der Erziehungswissenschaft. 639-651.

Interjektionen zwischen Lexikon und Vokalität: Lexem oder Lautobjekt?

Reber, E., Couper-Kuhlen, E.

Berlin/New York: de Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Deppermann, A., Linke, A. (Eds.). Sprache intermedial. Stimme und Schrift, Bild und Ton.

Oxytocin enhances amygdala-dependent, socially reinforced learning and emotional empathy in humans

Hurlemann, R., Patin, A., Onur, O. A., Cohen, M. X., Baumgartner, T., Metzler, S., Dziobek, I., Gallinat, J., Wagner, M., Maier, W., Kendrick, K. M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: J Neurosci (14). 4999-5007.

Patholinguistische Diagnostik bei Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Kauschke, C., Siegmüller, J.

München: Elsevier | 2010

Test zum Satzverstehen von Kindern (TSVK)

Siegmüller, J., Kauschke, C., van Minnen, S., Bittner, D.

München: Elsevier | 2010

Neural correlates of social cognition in naturalistic settings: a model-free analysis approach

Wolf, I., Dziobek, I., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 49 (1). 894-904.

Tiefe. Über die Faszination des Grübelns

Meyer-Sickendiek, B.

München: Fink | 2010

Dyslexien (Lesestörungen)

Stenneken, P.

Mainz: Hochschulverlag | 2010

Erschienen in: Blanken, G., Ziegler, W. (Eds.). Klinische Linguistik und Phonetik. Ein Lehrbuch für die Diagnose und Behandlung von erworbenen Sprach- und Sprechstörungen im Erwachsenenalter. 283-306.

Vernünftige Gefühle? Männliche Rationalität und Emotionalität von der frühneuzeitlichen Moralphilosophie bis zum bürgerlichen Zeitalter

Newmark, C.

Bielefeld: transcript | 2010

Erschienen in: Borutta, M., Verheyen, N. (Eds.). Die Präsenz der Gefühle. Männlichkeit und Emotion in der Moderne. 41-55.

Travels in the Reich, 1933-45: Foreign Authors Report from Germany

Lubrich, O.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press | 2010

Der nicht-propositionale Gehalt von Emotionen. Eine mittelalterliche Fallstudie

Perler, D.

Berlin: Akademie Verlag | 2010

Erschienen in: Bromand, J., Kreis, G. (Eds.). Was sich nicht sagen lässt. Das Nicht-Begriffliche in Wissenschaft, Kunst und Religion.

Collective Viewing. The Cinema and Affective Audience Interrelations

Hanich, J.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Passions in Context. The Journal for the History and Theory of Emotions 1 (1).

A mechanistic account of value computation in the human brain

Philiastides, M. G., Biele, G., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 (20). 9430-9435.

To make decisions based on the value of different options, we often have to combine different sources of probabilistic evidence. For example, when shopping for strawberries on a fruit stand, one uses their color and size to infer—with some uncertainty—which strawberries taste best. Despite much progress in understanding the neural underpinnings of value-based decision making in humans, it remains unclear how the brain represents different sources of probabilistic evidence and how they are used to compute value signals needed to drive the decision. Here, we use a visual probabilistic categorization task to show that regions in ventral temporal cortex encode probabilistic evidence for different decision alternatives, while ventromedial prefrontal cortex integrates information from these regions into a value signal using a difference-based comparator operation. 

Affectivity in conversational storytelling. An analysis of displays of anger or indignation in complaint stories

Selting, M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Pragmatics 20:2. 229-277.

This chapter investigates the linguistic resources deployed by recipients of conversational complaint stories to show affiliation (or not) with the teller, affiliation being understood as the display of support and endorsement for a conveyed affective stance, here typically anger and/or indignation. Among the verbal means for affiliative reception are claims of understanding, congruent negative assessments and by-proxy justifications, while factual follow-up questions, minimal responses, and withholdings are shown to be nonaffiliative. As a rule, affiliative verbal devices are accompanied by prosodic matching or upgrading, while nonaffiliative ones have prosodic downgrading. The affiliative import of response cries is shown to depend even more heavily on prosodic matching or upgrading, although the transitoriness of prosody makes verbal reinforcement a desideratum. All in all, the data discussed here present a complex picture of what it takes to come across as affiliative in response.

Functional specialization for music processing in the human newborn brain

Perani, D., Saccuman, M. C., Scifo, P., Spada, D., Andreolli, G., Rovelli, R., Baldoli, C., Koelsch, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 (10). 4758-4763.

In adults, specific neural systems with right-hemispheric weighting are necessary to process pitch, melody, and harmony as well as structure and meaning emerging from musical sequences. It is not known to what extent the specialization of these systems results from long-term exposure to music or from neurobiological constraints. One way to address this question is to examine how these systems function at birth, when auditory experience is minimal. We used functional MRI to measure brain activity in 1- to 3-day-old newborns while they heard excerpts of Western tonal music and altered versions of the same excerpts. Altered versions either included changes of the tonal key or were permanently dissonant. Music evoked predominantly right-hemispheric activations in primary and higher order auditory cortex. During presentation of the altered excerpts, hemodynamic responses were significantly reduced in the rig1ht auditory cortex, and activations emerged in the left inferior frontal cortex and limbic structures. These results demonstrate that the infant brain shows a hemispheric specialization in processing music as early as the first postnatal hours. Results also indicate that the neural architecture underlying music processing in newborns is sensitive to changes in tonal key as well as to differences in consonance and dissonance.

Cooperation and heterogeneity of the autistic mind

Yoshida, W., Dziobek, I., Kliemann, D., Heekeren, H. R., Friston, K. J., Dolan, R. J.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: The Journal of Neuroscience 30 (26). 8815-8818.

Neural Processing of Risk

Mohr, P. N. C., Biele, G., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: The Journal of Neuroscience 30 (19). 6613-6619.

In our everyday life, we often have to make decisions with risky consequences, such as choosing a restaurant for dinner or choosing a form of retirement saving. To date, however, little is known about how the brain processes risk. Recent conceptualizations of risky decision making highlight that it is generally associated with emotions but do not specify how emotions are implicated in risk processing. Moreover, little is known about risk processing in non-choice situations and how potential losses influence risk processing. Here we used quantitative meta-analyses of functional magnetic resonance imaging experiments on risk processing in the brain to investigate (1) how risk processing is influenced by emotions, (2) how it differs between choice and non-choice situations, and (3) how it changes when losses are possible. By showing that, over a range of experiments and paradigms, risk is consistently represented in the anterior insula, a brain region known to process aversive emotions such as anxiety, disappointment, or regret, we provide evidence that risk processing is influenced by emotions. Furthermore, our results show risk-related activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and the parietal cortex in choice situations but not in situations in which no choice is involved or a choice has already been made. The anterior insula was predominantly active in the presence of potential losses, indicating that potential losses modulate risk processing.

Neuropsychological and neuroanatomical evidence for social perceptive and social cognitive impairments in adults with Asperger syndrome

Dziobek, I., Bahnemann, M., Convit, A., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Archives of General Psychiatry 67 (4). 397-405.

Neuroeconomics and aging: Neuromodulation of economic decision making in old age

Mohr, P. N. C., Li, S. C., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuroscience and Behavioral Reviews 34 (5). 678-688.

Economic decision making is a complex process of integrating and comparing various aspects of economically relevant choice options. Neuroeconomics has made important progress in grounding these aspects of decision making in neural systems and the neurotransmitters therein. The dopaminergic and serotoninergic brain systems have been identified as key neurotransmitter systems involved in economic behavior. Both are known to be prone to significant changes during the adult lifespan. Similarly, economic behavior undergoes significant age-related changes over the course of the adult lifespan. Here we propose a triadic relationship between (a) economic decision making, (b) dopaminergic and serotonergic neuromodulation, and (c) aging. In this review, we describe the different relationships around this triad in detail and summarize current evidence that supports them. Based on the reviewed evidence, we propose new research agendas that take the entire triad into account.

Sociotopy in the temporoparietal cortex: common versus distinct processes

Bahnemann, M., Dziobek, I., Prehn, K., Wolf, I., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 5 (1). 48-58.

A major controversy in the social cognitive neurosciences evolved around the question whether activity in the posterior superior temporal sulcus and adjacent temporoparietal junction (pSTS/TPJ-region) evoked by various tasks represents a common process or distinct processes. To investigate this question, we employed functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) while participants performed Biological Motion (BM), Theory-of-Mind (ToM) and Moral Judgment (MJ) tasks. Importantly, for each task we used the same newly developed animated stimuli. Indicative of a common process, we identified small clusters of overlapping activity for BM and ToM in right pSTS and for ToM and MJ in bilateral pSTS and left TPJ. Indicative of distinct processes, on the contrary, we detected extensive dissociable activity for BM in right pSTS, for ToM in bilateral pSTS and left TPJ, and for MJ in bilateral pSTS and TPJ. Thus, our data provide strong evidence for a combined two-staged process account: (i) the parsing of a stream of visual-spatial information, represented by activity in right pSTS, where neighboring and overlapping clusters of increased responses were found for all three tasks; (ii) increasingly more complex processing of the communicative significance of other people’s behavior, represented by hierarchically increasing activity in left pSTS and bilateral TPJ elicited by ToM and MJ.

Expected reward, risk, and individual risk preferences during investment decisions

Mohr, P. N. C., Biele, G., Krugel, L. K., Li, S. C., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 49 (3). 2556-2563.

Beauty and the brain: culture, history and individual differences in aesthetic appreciation

Jacobsen, T.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Anatomy 216. 184–191.

Embodiment of musical expressiveness from a second-person perspective

Kim, J. H.

Bern: Peter Lang | 2010

Erschienen in: Flach, S., Margulies, D., Söffner, J. (Eds.). Habitus in Habitat I. Emotion and Motion. 245ff..

Affekt/Affektenlehre

Landweer, H.

Meiner | 2010

Erschienen in: Sandkühler, Hans Jörg (Ed.). Enzyklopädie Philosophie.

Habitus

Landweer, H.

Meiner | 2010

Erschienen in: Sandkühler, H. J. (Ed.). Enzyklopädie Philosophie.

Poetik der Besessenheit. Zur Fußballfähigkeit der Literatur

Lubrich, O.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Fundiert 01/2010. 26 - 36.

Faschimus im Selbstversuch. Rhetorik und Psychologie bei Virginia Woolf

Lubrich, O.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Orbis Litterarum 65 (3). 222 - 253.

Young children selectively avoid helping people with harmful intentions

Vaish, A., Carpenter, M., Tomasello, M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Child Development 81. 1661-1669.

Images of the Body in India

Michaels, A., Wulf, C. (Eds.)

London, New York, New Delhi: Routledge | 2010

Discrepancies between explicit and implicit self-esteem are linked to symptom severity in borderline personality disorder

Vater, A., Schroeder-Abé, M., Schuetz, A., Lammers, C.-H., Röpke, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 41 (4). 357-364.

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy Improves Self-Concept Clarity and Facets of Self-Esteem in Women with Borderline Personality Disorder

Roepke, S., Schroeder-Abé, M., Schuetz, A., Jacob, G., Dams, A., Vater, A., Rueter, A., Merkl, A., Heuser, I., Lammers, C.-H.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.

Soziale Unruhen - zur Sicherheit der Gesellschaft? Der banlieue-Diskurs in deutschen Printmedien

Bittner, M.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2010

Erschienen in: Groenemeyer, A. (Ed.). Wege der Sicherheitsgesellschaft. Gesellschaftliche Transformationen der Konstruktion und Regulierung innerer Unsicherheiten. 61-88.

The genome of a songbird

Warren, W.C., Clayton, D.F., Ellegren, H., Arnold, A.P., Hillier, L.W., Künstner, A., Searle, S., White, S., Vilella, A.J., Fairley, S., Heger, A., Kong, L., Ponting, C.P., Jarvis, E.D., Mello, C.V., Minx, P., Lovell, P., Velho, T.A.F., Ferris, M., Balakrishnan, C.N., Sinha, S., Blatti, C., London, S.E., Li, Y., Lin, Y., George, J., Sweedler, J., Southey, B., Gunaratne, P., Watson, M., Nam, K., Backström, N., Smeds, L., Nabholz, B., Itoh, Y., Whitney, O., Pfenning, A.R., Howard, J., Völker, M., Skinner, B.M., Griffin, D.K., Ye, L., McLaren, W.M., Flicek, P., Quesada, V., Velasco, G., Lopez-Otin, C., Puente, X.S., Olender, T., Lancet, D., Smit, A.F.A., Hubley, R., Konkel, M.K., Walker, J.A., Batzer, M.A., Gu, W., Pollock, D.D., Chen, L., Cheng, Z., Eichler, E.E., Stapley, J., Slate, J., Ekblom, R., Birkhead, T., Burke, T., Burt, D., Scharff, C., Adam, I., Richard, H., Sultan, M., Soldatov, A., Lehrach, M., Edwards, S.V., Yang, S., Li, X., Graves, T., Fulton, L., Nelson, J., Chinwalla, A., Hou, S., Mardis, E.R., Wilson, R.K.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Nature 464. 757-762.

Prousts Poetik der "affektiven Erinnerung": Historische und aktuelle Perspektiven

Engel, P., Albers, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Comparatio 2 (2). 199-217.

Sprachbilder des Krieges

Lubrich, O.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Pandaemonium Germanicum 16 (2). 53 - 88.

The Rhetoric of ''True Love'' in Shakespeare

Lubrich, O.

Seoul: SNU Press | 2010

Erschienen in: Sonjae, A., So, F. (Eds.). Emotions in Literature. 105 - 133.

Geometrie der Gefühle

Lubrich, O.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Schrott, R.: Liebesgedichte. Nachwort.

Die Geste als Vermittlung von Allgemeinheit und Ich

Gebauer, G.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2010

Erschienen in: Wulf, Ch., Fischer-Lichte, E. (Eds.). Gesten. Inszenierung Aufführung Praxis. 317-326.

Spiel

Gebauer, G., Stern, M.

Hamburg: Felix Meiner | 2010

Erschienen in: Sandkühler, H.-J. (Ed.). Enzyklopädie Philosophie.

Heroes, Myths and Magic Moments: Religious Elements on the Sacred Ground

Gebauer, G.

Oxon/New York: Routledge | 2010

Erschienen in: Frank, S., Steets, S. (Eds.). Stadium Worlds. Football, space and the built environment. 245-260.

Mimesis und Gewalt bei Nietzsche

Gebauer, G.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2010

Erschienen in: Koch, G., Vöhler, M., Voss, Ch. (Eds.). Die Mimesis und ihre Künste. 215-229.

Grenzenlose Steigerung oder Sorge um sich selber? Ein Essay über die Zukunft eines antiken Ideals

Gebauer, G.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Kulturphilosophie 4 (1). 41-53.

Die Stadt als Un-Ort: Michelangelo Antonionis L’Eclisse und die Fremdheit des Vertrauten

Illger, D.

Bielefeld: transcript | 2010

Erschienen in: Temesvári, C., Martínez, R.S. (Eds.). Wovon man nicht sprechen kann... Ästhetik und Mystik im 20. Jahrhundert. Philosophie – Literatur – visuelle Medien. 157-174.

Machtvolle Gefühle

Kasten, I. (Ed.)

Berlin/New York: De Gruyter | 2010

Rezension zu Schäfer, C., Thurner, M. (Eds.): Passiones Animae (2009)

Newmark, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Theologische Literaturzeitung 135 (9). 1013-1014.

'If you won't do it for love, how about money?!' HIS GIRL FRIDAY und das Kleingeld großer Gefühle

Greifenstein, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Nach dem Film (12: Lachen im Kino und auf der Leinwand).

The Dynamics of Metaphor. Foregrounding and Activating Metaphoricity in Conversational Interaction

Müller, C., Tag, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Cognitive Semiotics (Special Issue No 6, Spring 2010).

Gesprächsanalytisches Transkriptionssystem 2 (GAT 2)

Selting, M. et al.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Gesprächsforschung - Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion (ISSN 1617-1837) 10. 223-272.

Expressions of pride and proud feelings

Sullivan, G. B.

Oporto: University Fernando Pessoa Press | 2010

Erschienen in: Freitas-Magalhães, A. (Ed.). Emotional expression: The brain and the face. Vol. 2. 173-201.

Affektive Störungen

Bajbouj, M.

Elsevier Verlag | 2010

Erschienen in: Gallinat, J., Heinz, A. (Eds.). Facharztprüfung Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie. 97-111.

Kulturlose affektive Neurowissenschaften oder kulturadjustierte Neuropsychopharmakologie

Bajbouj, M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 2/2010. 71-74.

Stimulus Pulse-Frequency-Dependant Efficacy and Cognitive Adverse Effects of Ultrabrief-Pulse Electroconvulsive Therapy in Patients with Major Depression

Röpke, S., Luborzewski, A., Schindler, F.,Quante, A., Anghelescu, I., Heuser I., Bajbouj M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: J ECT.

Arbeit an der Oper als Arbeit am Mythos. Medea und die Präsenz des Mythos bei Iano Tamar und Maria Callas

Risi, C.

München: Fink | 2010

Erschienen in: Bätzner, N., Dreyer, M., Schönhagen, A., Fischer-Lichte, E. (Eds.). Medeamorphosen: Die Künste und der Mythos. 34-43.

Ästhetische Erfahrung und Quasi-Gefühl

Vendrell Ferran, I.

Graz: Ontos | 2010

Erschienen in: Raspa, V. (Ed.). The Aesthetics of the Graz School. Meinong Studies IV/Meinong Studien IV.

Lorazepam modulates orbitofrontal signal changes during emotional processing in catatonia

Richter, A., Grimm, S., Northoff, G.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Hum Psychopharmacol 25 (1). 55-62.

Opern-Gesten. Zur Aufführungspraxis der Oper des 19. Jahrhunderts in historischer und aktueller Perspektive

Risi, C.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2010

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Fischer-Lichte, E. (Eds.). Gesten: Inszenierung, Aufführung, Praxis. 154-162.

Literarische Fiktion und fiktionale Gefühle

Vendrell Ferran, I.

München: Fink | 2010

Erschienen in: Koch., G.; Vöhler, M.; Voß, Ch. (Ed.). Mimesis und ihre Künste.

Mehrsprachigkeit im vereinten Europa. Transnationales Kapital als Ressource in einer globalisierten Welt

Gerhards, J.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2010

Globalisierung und die fortschreitende Verflechtung der Mitgliedsländer der Europäischen Union führen zu neuen Anforderungen an und Chancen für die Bürger in Europa. Wollen diese am Europäisierungsprozess partizipieren, indem sie z.B. im Ausland studieren oder arbeiten, dann müssen sie die Sprache des jeweiligen Landes sprechen. Transnationales sprachliches Kapital wird damit zu einer zentralen Ressource der Teilhabe am Europäisierungsprozess. Das vorliegende Buch rekonstruiert die Rahmenbedingungen, unter denen Mehrsprachigkeit zu einer zentralen Ressource geworden ist. Auf der Grundlage einer Umfrage in 27 Ländern der EU analysiert der Autor die Fremdsprachenkompetenz der Bürger Europas. Dabei gelingt es ihm, die enormen Unterschiede, die sich in der Ausstattung mit transnationalem sprachlichem Kapital zwischen und innerhalb der Länder zeigen, systematisch zu erklären. Er plädiert für eine radikale Umkehr in der Sprachenpolitik der EU, in dem er sich für die verbindliche Einführung des Englischen als „Lingua franca“ in Europa ausspricht.

Transnationales linguistisches Kapital der Bürger und der Prozess der europäischen Integration

Gerhards, J.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2010

Erschienen in: Eigmüller, M.; Mau, S. (Ed.). Gesellschaftstheorie und Europapolitik. Sozialwissenschaftliche Ansätze zur Europaforschung. 213-244.

Laugh is in the Air. Eine Typologie des Lachens im Kino

Hanich, J.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Nach dem Film 12.

Rules and heuristics during sentence comprehension II : How is sentence processing affected by external semantic and syntactic information?

Schacht, A., Martín-Loeches, M., Casado, P., Hohlfeld, A., Abdel Rahman, R., Sommer, W.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE (5). e9742.

Theory of mind impairments in euthymic bipolar patients

Montag, C., Ehrlich, A., Neuhau, K., Dziobek, I., Heekeren, H. R., Heinz, A., Gallinat, J.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Affective Disorders 123 (1-3). 264-269.

'BACKGROUND: Deficits in social cognition, e.g. theory of mind (ToM) represent core characteristics involved in the etiology of psychopathological symptoms and an important predictor of social competence. In bipolar affective disorder, evidence for ToM deficits is scant, although brain imaging studies and impairments in non-social neurocognitive domains indicate deficits of prefrontal functions. METHODS: Twenty-nine euthymic patients with bipolar affective disorder and 29 matched healthy controls were examined with the ''Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition'' (MASC). Target parameters comprised 1) ''cognitive'' and ''emotional'' ToM scores, 2) qualitative analysis of errors brought about by ''undermentalizing'' or ''overmentalizing'' strategies and 3) non-social inferencing as a control factor. RESULTS: Patients compared to controls scored significantly lower for ''cognitive'' (F=9.417, df=1, p=0.003) but not for ''emotional'' ToM. Bipolar patients showed significantly higher ''undermentalizing'' (F=4.830, df=1, p=0.032) but not ''overmentalizing'' scores. A significant correlation (controlled for age) between the number of (hypo)manic episodes and ''undermentalizing'' (r=0.527, p=0.030) as well as ''emotional'' ToM (r=-0.546, p=0.023) was observed. LIMITATIONS: Sample size did not allow for the analysis of medication effects. DISCUSSION: This is the first study of ToM in euthymic bipolar patients with a realistic video-based examination. Independently from basic cognitive dysfunctions, patients displayed a pronounced deficit in the cognitive domain of ToM with preserved emotional mentalizing abilities. The correlation with the number of manic episodes may indicate an increase of the deficit with disease progression. It can be assumed that social cognition reflects an important dimension of the persisting cognitive deficits in bipolar disorder with possible impact on disease outcome.'

Atypical reflexive gaze patterns on emotional faces in autism spectrum disorders

Kliemann, D., Dziobek, I., Hatri, A., Steimke, R., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Neuroscience 30 (37). 12281-12287.

Emotional processing and executive functions in major depressive disorder: dorsal prefrontal activity correlates with performance in the intra–extra dimensional set shift

Heinzel, A., Northoff, G., Boeker, H., Boesiger, P., Grimm, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Acta Neuropsychiatrica 22 (6). 269-279.

Efficacy of vagus nerve stimulation in the treatment of depression

Grimm, S., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Expert Rev Neurother. 10 (1). 87-92.

Faszination als ästhetische Emotion im höfischen Roman

Baisch, M.

Berlin, New York: De Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Kasten, I. (Ed.). Machtvolle Gefühle.

Taking reflections on historic semantics and the history of discourse as starting point, this article describes fascination in the context of the courtly romance as a very powerful emotion: whoever is fascinated is overcome by his or her perception, can be trapped in a paralyzing state, seems blocked and no longer able to act. Taking Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan and Heinrich’s von dem Türlin Diu Krône as examples, this arcticle examines the status and function of fascination in relation to the ‚aesthetics of effect’ of the courtly texts. In these texts, numerous episodes can be found, on the level of the plot and of the characters, where models of the experiences of fascination are depicted. The article show how, on the one hand, these effects form the basis for reception and how they are, on the other hand, nonetheless embedded in the structure of the texts, serving the aesthetics of production.

Vorausdeutungen. Neugier und Spannung im höfischen Roman

Baisch, M.

Berlin, New York: De Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Haferland, H., Meyer, M. (Eds.). Historische Narratologie – Mediävistische Perspektiven.

Now you see it, … and now again: Semantic interference reflects lexical competition in speech production with and without articulation

Abdel Rahman, R., Aristei, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (17). 657-661.

Emotionen, Normkonformität und das Problem sozialer Ordnung

von Scheve, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Lang | 2010

Erschienen in: Iorio, M., Reisenzein, R. (Eds.). Regel, Norm, Gesetz. Eine interdisziplinäre Bestandsaufnahme. 285-308.

Emotions and mass media: an interdisciplinary approach

Döveling, K., von Scheve, C., Konijn, E.

New York: Routledge | 2010

Erschienen in: Döveling, K., von Scheve, C., Konijn, E. (Eds.). The Handbook of Emotions and Mass Media. 1-13.

The Creation of the Human Being through Imagination

Wulf, C.

New York: Agincourt Press | 2010

Erschienen in: Ballerini, L., Borsari, A., Ciavolella, M. (Eds.). Navigatio vitae. Saggi per I settant’anni di Remo Bodei. 135-153.

Hakike. Aru kyoretsu na kankaku no riron to rekishi

Menninghaus, W.

Tokyo: Hosei University Press | 2010

Education as Transcultural Education. A Global Challenge

Wulf, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Peking University Review 8 (4). 163ff..

Vier Vektoren der Schönheit: Sexualität, Technik, Sprache, Kunst

Menninghaus, W.

Wien: Zsolnay | 2010

Erschienen in: Liessmann, K. P. (Ed.). Vom Zauber des Schönen. Reiz, Begehren und Zerstörung. 17-40.

Bildung – eine interkulturelle Aufgabe

Wulf, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: KulturKontakt Austria 7 (1).

Schlummernde Gefühle von Liebe und Krieg. Charles Darwins Theorie der Musik

Menninghaus, W.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Gegenworte. Wissenschaft trifft Kunst 23. 34-38.

Die emotionale Struktur sozialer Interaktion: Emotionsexpression und soziale Ordnungsbildung

von Scheve, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Soziologie 39 (5). 346-362.

Die Welt mit den Augen des Anderen

Wulf, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Novaja Universitetskaya (9).

The Routledge Handbook of Emotions and Mass Media

Doeveling, K., von Scheve, C., Konijn, E. (Eds.).

New York: Routledge | 2010

Homocysteine and cognitive function in geriatric depression

Alexopoulos, P., Topalidis, S., Irmisch, G., Prehn, K., Jung, S. U., Poppe, K., Sebb, H., Perneczky, R., Kurz, A., Bleich, S., Herpertz, S. C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuropsychobiology 61 (2). 97-104.

From acoustic segmentation to language processing: Evidence from optical imaging

Obrig, H., Rossi, S., Telkemeyer, S., Wartenburger, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Neuroenergetics 2 (13).

Language and brain

Friederici, A. D., Wartenburger, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1 (2). 150-159.

Temporal dynamics of prediction error processing during reward-based decision making

Philiastides, M., Biele, G., Vavatzanidis, N., Kazzer, P., Heekeren, H.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 53 (1). 221-232.

Adaptive decision making depends on the accurate representation of rewards associated with potential choices. These representations can be acquired with reinforcement learning (RL) mechanisms, which use the prediction error (PE, the difference between expected and received rewards) as a learning signal to update reward expectations. While EEG experiments have highlighted the role of feedback-related potentials during performance monitoring, important questions about the temporal sequence of feedback processing and the specific function of feedback-related potentials during reward-based decision making remain. Here, we hypothesized that feedback processing starts with a qualitative evaluation of outcome-valence, which is subsequently complemented by a quantitative representation of PE magnitude. Results of a model-based single-trial analysis of EEG data collected during a reversal learning task showed that around 220ms after feedback outcomes are initially evaluated categorically with respect to their valence (positive vs. negative). Around 300ms, and parallel to the maintained valence-evaluation, the brain also represents quantitative information about PE magnitude, thus providing the complete information needed to update reward expectations and to guide adaptive decision making. Importantly, our single-trial EEG analysis based on PEs from an RL model showed that the feedback-related potentials do not merely reflect error awareness, but rather quantitative information crucial for learning reward contingencies.

Tabu und Lust. Zur Verserzählung "Der Ritter von Staufenberg"

Kasten, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Baisch, M., Koch, E. (Eds.). Neugier und Tabu. Regeln und Mythen des Wissens. 235-252.

Die Entmächtigung des Körpers, die Macht der Imagination und die Schrift

Kasten, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Paragrana 19 (1). 215-231.

Interjektionen zwischen Lexikon und Vokalität: Lexem oder Lautobjekt?

Couper-Kuhlen, E., Reber, E.

Berlin/New York: De Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Deppermann, A., Linke, A. (Eds.). Sprache intermedial. Stimme und Schrift, Bild und Ton. 69-96.

Die Spur des Heiligen im (Schul-)Alltag

Kellermann, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Grundschule Religion: Spurensuche nach dem Heiligen 31. 28-30.

angest/vorhte – literarisch. Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Emotionsforschung zwischen Text und Kontext

Gerok-Reiter, A.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaft 2.

Vergil’s Aeneas and Venus acting with words: miscarried dialogues

Fuhrer, T.

Heidelberg: Winter | 2010

Erschienen in: Fuhrer, T., Nelis, D. (Eds.). Acting with words. Communication, rhetorical performance and performative acts in Latin literature. 63-78.

Wollen oder Nicht(-)Wollen: Zum Willenskonzept bei Seneca

Fuhrer, T.

Berlin, New York: de Gruyter | 2010

Erschienen in: Müller, J., Hofmeister Pich, R. (Eds.). Wille und Handlung in der Philosophie der Kaiserzeit und Spätantike. 69-94.

Imagination und Performativität. Zur Dynamik der Entwicklung von Kultur

Wulf, C.

Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann | 2010

Erschienen in: Hanenberg, P., Capeloa Gil, I., Viana Guarda, F., Clara, F. (Eds.). Rahmenwechsel Kulturwissenschaften. 159-173.

Lack of empathy in patients with narcissistic personality disorder

Ritter, K., Dziobek, I., Preissler, S., Vater, A., Rüter, A., Lammers, C. H., Heekeren, H. R., Roepke, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Psychiatry Research 187 (1-2). 241-247.

The study's objective was to empirically assess cognitive and emotional empathy in patients with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). To date, "lack of empathy" is a core feature of NPD solely based on clinical observation. The study's method was that forty-seven patients with NPD, 53 healthy controls, and 27 clinical controls with borderline personality disorder (BPD) were included in the study. Emotional and cognitive empathy were assessed with traditional questionnaire measures, the newly developed Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET), and the Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition (MASC). The study's results were that individuals with NPD displayed significant impairments in emotional empathy on the MET. Furthermore, relative to BPD patients and healthy controls, NPD patients did not show deficits in cognitive empathy on the MET or MASC. Crucially, this empathic profile of NPD is not captured by the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV for Axis II Disorders (SCID-II). The study's conclusions were that while NPD involves deficits in emotional empathy, cognitive empathy seems grossly unaffected.

Impaired Social Cognition and its Predictors in Women with Borderline Personality Disorder

Preissler, S., Dziobek, I., Ritter, K., Heekeren, H. R., Roepke, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.

The role of fusiformamygdala system in the pathophysiology of autism

Dziobek, I., Bahnemann, M., Convit, A., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Arch Gen Psychiatry 67 (4). 397-405.

Diverting attention suppresses human amygdala responses to faces

Morawetz, C., Baudewig, J., Treue, S., Dechent, P.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Front Hum Neurosci 4.

The global icon of the Indian IT-Professional. Contact zones in the age of new media, globalisation and world society

Clemens, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie 19 (2). 250-261.

The developmental origins of voice processing in the human brain

Grossmann, T., Oberecker, R., Koch, S. P., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuron 65. 852-858.

Children's processing of emotions expressed by peers and adults: An fMRI study

Hoehl, S., Brauer, J., Brasse, G., Striano, T., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Social Neuroscience 5. 543-559.

Towards a neural basis of music-evoked emotions

Koelsch, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14 (2). 131-137.

Functional specializations for music processing in the human newborn brain

Perani, D., Saccuman, M. C., Scifo, P., Spada, D., Andreolli, G., Rovelli, R., Baldoli, C., Koelsch, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (10). 4758—4763.

When Attractiveness Demands Longer Looks: The Effects of Situation and Gender

Leder, H., Tinio, P., Fuchs, I., Bohrn, I.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (9). 1858-1871.

Comorbidity in patients with narcissistic personality disorder in comparison to patients with borderline personality disorder

Ritter, K., Roepke, S., Merkl, A., Heuser, I., Fydrich, T., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, medizinische Psychologie 60 (1). 14-24.

La Performatività di immagine e immaginazione

Wulf, C.

Padova: Il Poligrafo casa editrice | 2010

Erschienen in: Giacomini, B. (Ed.). Per una concettualità del presente. 23-37.

Effects of Selective Attention on Syntax Processing in Music and Language

Maihof, C., Koelsch, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

Mona Lisas Smile - Perception or Deception?

Bohrn, I., Carbon, C. C., Hutzler, F.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Psychological Science 21 (3). 378-380.

Incidence of polycystic ovaries and androgen serum levels in women with borderline personality disorder

Röpke, S., Ziegenhorn, A., Kronsbein, J., Merkl, A., Bahri, S., Lange, J., Lübbert, H.,,Schweiger, U., Heuser, I., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Psychiatric Research 44 (13). 847-852.

Two-year outcome of vagus nerve stimulation in treatment-resistant depression

'Bajbouj, M., Merkl, A., Schlaepfer, T. E., Frick, C., Zobel, A., Maier, W., O''Keane, V.,,Corcoran, C., Adolfsson, R., Trimble, M., Rau, H., Hoff, H. J., Padberg, F., Müller-Siecheneder, F., Audenaert, K., van den Abbeele, D., Matthews, K., Christmas, D., Eljamel, S., Heuser, I.'

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 30 (3). 273-281.

The role that mimesis plays in rituals

Wulf, C.

London: The Tufnell Press | 2010

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Althans, B., Audehm, K., Bausch, C., Göhlich, M., Sting, S., Tervooren, A., Wagner-Willi, M., Zirfas, J. (Eds.). Ritual and Identity. The staging and performing of rituals in the lives of young people. 144-155.

Processing of visual stimuli in borderline personality disorder: a combined behavioural and magnetoencephalographic study

Merkl, A., Ammelburg, N., Aust, S., Roepke, S., Reinecker, H., Trahms, L., Heuser, I.,,Sander, T.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology 78 (3). 257-264.

Music in the treatment of affective disorders: A new method for music-therapeutic research

Koelsch, S., Offermanns, K., Franzke, P.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Music Perception 27 (4). 307-316.

Do bonobos say NO by shaking their head?

Schneider, C., Call, J., Liebal, K.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Primates 51. 199–202.

Head-shaking gestures are commonly used by African great apes to solicit activities such as play. Here, we report observations of head shaking in four bonobos apparently aimed at preventing the recipient from doing something. This may reflect a primitive precursor of the negatively connoted head-shaking behavior in humans. Further investigations are needed to clarify the preventive function of head shakes and their evolutionary role in the evolution of negation in humans.

Social cognition in borderline personality disorder: evidence for disturbed recognition of the emotions, thoughts, and intentions of others

Preissler, S., Dziobek, I., Ritter, K., Heekeren, H., Roepke, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 4. 1-8.

Violence, Religion et Dialogue Interculturel. Perspectives Euroméditerranéennes

Wulf, C., Poulain, J., Triki, F. (Eds.).

Paris: L’ Harmattan | 2010

»Wälzen und Rollen«. Goethes jambische Trimeter

Korten, L.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Goethe-Jahrbuch 127. 57-69.

Der Beitrag befasst sich zunächst grundsätzlich mit dem Verhältnis Goethes zu den metrischen Diskussionen seiner Zeit, um dann exemplarisch die affektsemantischen Zuschreibungen des jambischen Trimeters darzulegen und deren Bedeutung für Goethes Schaffen nachzuweisen. Der Aufsatz bemüht sich darüber hinaus, stichhaltige Anhaltspunkte für die häufig in Frage gestellte Plausibilität metrisch-interpretatorischer Sinnzuschreibungen zu geben.

Increased putamen and callosal motor subregion in treatment-naïve boys with Tourette syndrome indicates changes in the bihemispheric motor network.

Roessner, V., Overlack, S., Schmidt-Samoa, C., Baudewig, J., Dechent, P.,, Rothenberger, A., Helms, G.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: J Child Psychol Psychiatry 52 (3). 306-314.

BACKGROUND: Despite an increasing number of studies, findings of structural brain alterations in patients with Tourette syndrome are still inconsistent. Several confounders (comorbid conditions, medication, gender, age, IQ) might explain these discrepancies. In the present study, these confounders were excluded to identify differences in basal ganglia and corpus callosum size that can be ascribed more probably to Tourette syndrome per se. METHODS: High-resolution T1-weighted structural magnetic resonance images of 49 boys with Tourette syndrome were compared with those of 42 healthy boys. The groups were matched for IQ and age (9 to 15 years). Boys with comorbid conditions and previous treatment were excluded. Volumes of gray and white matter, cerebrospinal fluid as well as the size of the basal ganglia, the thalamus, the corpus callosum and its subregions were estimated. RESULTS: The left and right putamen and subregion 3 of the corpus callosum were larger in boys with Tourette syndrome than in healthy controls. No differences were found in volumes of caudate nucleus, globus pallidus or thalamus of each hemisphere or in total callosal size and its other subregions. CONCLUSIONS: Bilateral enlargement of the putamen may reflect dopaminergic dysfunction or neuroimmunologic alterations (PANDAS) underlying Tourette syndrome. The larger callosal motor subregion 3 might be a consequence of daily tic activity. Previous divergent volumetric findings might be ascribed to confounding variables like comorbid conditions or medication, or to different imaging methods.

The power of imagination--how anticipatory mental imagery alters perceptual processing of fearful facial expressions.

Diekhof, E.K., Kipshagen, H.E., Falkai, P., Dechent, P., Baudewig, J., Gruber, O.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 54 (2). 1703-1714.

Expectancies strongly shape our perception of the world and preconceptions about stimulus characteristics can even bias the sensory system for illusory percepts. Here we assessed with functional magnetic resonance imaging how anticipatory mental imagery of a mildly fearful face created a predictive bias that proactively altered perception of highly fearful faces and generated the „illusion“; of reduced fearfulness. We found that anticipatory activation of the fusiform gyrus (FG) was modulated by the fearfulness of the imagined face. Further during anticipatory imagery, regulatory influences from the lateral and ventromedial prefrontal cortex on the FG primed the perceptual system for a subsequent misperception. This was achieved by increasing perceptual activation in higher-order brain regions for the evaluation of affective valence and contextual framing, while at the same time restricting bottom-up arousal and attention to fearful expressions. Anticipatory mental imagery may thus represent an effective antecedent strategy through which emotional perception can be significantly altered.

Spatial selective attention in a complex auditory environment such as polyphonic music

Saupe, K., Koelsch, S., Rübsamen, R.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127 (1). 472-480.

Shock and Choreography. Dying and Identity in Gimme Shelter

Lehmann, H.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Snodi 6. 144-154.

A method for continuously assessing the autonomic response to music-induced emotions through HRV analysis

Orini, M., Bailón, R., Enk, R., Koelsch, S., Mainardi, L., Laguna, P

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 48 (5). 423-433.

Differences in electric brain responses to melodies and chords

Koelsch, S., Jentschke, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (10). 2251-2262.

The human parahippocampal cortex subserves egocentric spatial learning during navigation in a virtual maze.

Weniger, G., Siemerkus, J., Schmidt-Samoa, C., Mehlitz, M., Baudewig, J., Dechent, P., Irle, E.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Neurobiol Learn Mem 93 (1). 46-55..

BACKGROUND: Present evidence suggests that the hippocampus (HC) and the parahippocampal cortex (PHC) are involved in allocentric (world-centered) spatial memory. However, the putative role of the PHC in egocentric (body-centered) spatial learning has received only limited systematic investigation. METHODS: To examine the role of the PHC in egocentric learning, 19 healthy volunteers learned to find their way in a virtual maze during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The virtual maze presented a first-person view, lacked any topographical landmarks and could be learned only using egocentric navigation strategies. RESULTS: During learning, increased medial temporal lobe activity was observed in the PHC bilaterally. Activity was also observed in cortical areas known to project to the PHC and proposed to contribute to egocentric spatial navigation and memory. CONCLUSIONS: Our results point to a role of the PHC for the representation and storage of egocentric information. It seems possible that the PHC contributes to egocentric memory by its feedback projections to the posterior parietal cortex. Moreover, access to allocentric and egocentric streams of spatial information may enable the PHC to construct a global and comprehensive representation of spatial environments and to promote the construction of stable cognitive maps by translating between egocentric and allocentric frames of memory.

Processing Expectancy Violations during Music Performance and Perception: An ERP Study

Maidhof, C., Vavatzanidis, N., Prinz, W., Rieger, M., Koelsch, S.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (10). 2401-2413.

Introduction

Wulf, C., Poulain, J., Triki, F.

Paris: L’ Harmattan | 2010

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Poulain, J., Triki, F. (Eds.). Violence, Religion et Dialogue Interculturel. Perspectives Euroméditerranéennes. 13-21.

Patrimoine immatériel et dialogue interculturel. De nouvelles chances de compréhension réciproque

Wulf, C.

Paris: L’ Harmattan | 2010

Erschienen in: Poulain J., Triki F., Wulf C. (Eds.). Violence, Religion et Dialogue interculturel. Perspectives Euroméditerranéennes. 249-266.

Anthropologische Dimensionen des Tanzes

Wulf, C.

Bielefeld: Transcript | 2010

Erschienen in: Bischof, M., Rosiny, C. (Eds.). Konzepte der Tanzkultur. Wissen und Wege der Tanzforschung. 31ff..

Ethnologie und Kognitionswissenschaften im Dialog

Röttger-Rössler, B., Bender, A.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 135 (Schwerpunktheft zum Thema Kognitionsethnologie). 177-183.

Art Instruction: the Other Way of Teaching and Learning

Wulf, C.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Bulletin of the Faculty of Fine Arts. Tokyo University of the Arts (47).

Zur Kulturalität von Emotionen

Röttger-Rössler, B.

- | 2010

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Existenzanalyse (GLE International) 2. 20-28.

Sternstunden der Soziologie. Wegweisende Theoriemodelle des soziologischen Denkens

Neckel, S.,Mijic, A.,von Scheve, C.,Titton, M. (Eds.)

Frankfurt/Main: Campus | 2010

Lässt sich Angst rational steuern? Thomas von Aquins Emotionstheorie in systematischer Sicht

Perler, D.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Philosophisches Jahrbuch 116. 245-268.

Musik im Film

Jaszoltowski, S., Riethmüller, A.

Konstanz: UVK Verlagsgesellschaft mbH | 2009

Erschienen in: Schramm, H. (Ed.). Handbuch Musik und Medien. 149-175.

Consensus paper: combining transcranial stimulation with neuroimaging.

Siebner, H.R., Bergmann, T.O., Bestmann, S., Massimini, M., Johansen-Berg, H., Mochizuki, H., Bohning. D.E., Boorman, E.D., Groppa, S., Miniussi, C., Pascual-Leone, A., Huber, R., Taylor, P.C., Ilmoniemi, R.J., De Gennaro, L., Strafella, A.P., Kähkönen, S., Klöppel, S., Frisoni, G.B., George, M.S., Hallett, M., Brandt, S.A., Rushworth, M.F., Ziemann, U., Rothwell, J.C., Ward, N., Cohen, L.G., Baudewig, J., Paus, T., Ugawa, Y., Rossini, P.M.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Brain Stimul 2 (2). 58-80.

In the last decade, combined transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)-neuroimaging studies have greatly stimulated research in the field of TMS and neuroimaging. Here, we review how TMS can be combined with various neuroimaging techniques to investigate human brain function. When applied during neuroimaging (online approach), TMS can be used to test how focal cortex stimulation acutely modifies the activity and connectivity in the stimulated neuronal circuits. TMS and neuroimaging can also be separated in time (offline approach). A conditioning session of repetitive TMS (rTMS) may be used to induce rapid reorganization in functional brain networks. The temporospatial patterns of TMS-induced reorganization can be subsequently mapped by using neuroimaging methods. Alternatively, neuroimaging may be performed first to localize brain areas that are involved in a given task. The temporospatial information obtained by neuroimaging can be used to define the optimal site and time point of stimulation in a subsequent experiment in which TMS is used to probe the functional contribution of the stimulated area to a specific task. In this review, we first address some general methodologic issues that need to be taken into account when using TMS in the context of neuroimaging. We then discuss the use of specific brain mapping techniques in conjunction with TMS. We emphasize that the various neuroimaging techniques offer complementary information and have different methodologic strengths and weaknesses.

Maß und Umriss. Bilder als Regulative bei Winckelmann und Warburg

Ekardt, P.

München: Fink | 2009

Erschienen in: Reichle, I., Siegel, S. (Eds.). Maßlose Bilder. 85-98.

No brain structure abnormalities in boys with Tourette's syndrome: a voxel-based morphometry study.

Roessner, V., Overlack, S., Baudewig, J., Dechent, P., Rothenberger, A., Helms, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Mov Disord 24 (16). 2398-2403..

'Morphometric findings in Tourette''s syndrome (TS) are still inconsistent probably due to differences in analysis approaches as well as several confounders (coexisting psychiatric conditions, medication status, etc.). Our aim was to identify possible morphometric changes in a well-defined sample of drug-naïve boys with "pure" TS. High-resolution structural magnetic resonance images of 38 boys with TS were compared with those of 38 healthy boys matched for age and IQ using voxel-based morphometry (VBM). Coexisting psychiatric conditions and previous medication were excluded. The inclusion of 10- to 15-year-old boys minimized the well known compensatory changes due to tic suppression over many years. VBM analyses revealed no differences between the treatment naïve boys with "pure" TS and healthy controls. Brain morphology is not altered in boys with "pure" TS. Further studies should reveal whether previous findings might be ascribed to confounding factors like coexisting psychiatric conditions or long-term compensatory mechanisms due to voluntary tic suppression.'

Dis/Liking Disgust. The Revulsion Experience at the Movies

Hanich, J.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: New Review of Film and Television Studies 7 (3). 293-309.

Musical training modulates the development of syntax processing in children

Jentschke, S., Koelsch, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 47 (2). 735-44.

Weibliches Leiden - männliche Leidenschaften. Zum Geschlecht in älteren Affektenlehren

Newmark, C.

Bielefeld: transcript | 2009

Erschienen in: Flick, S., Hornung, A. (Eds.). Emotionen in Geschlechterverhältnissen. Affektregulierung und Gefühlsinszenierung im historischen Wandel. 43-58.

A sequential approach to affect: The case of 'disappointment'

Couper-Kuhlen, E.

Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society (SKS) | 2009

Erschienen in: Haakana, M., Laakso, M., Lindström, J. (Eds.). Talk in interaction-comparative dimensions. 94-123.

Decrease in early right alpha band phase synchronization and late gamma band oscillations in processing syntax in music

Herrojo-Ruiz, M., Koelsch, S., Bhattacharya, J.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 30 (4). 1207-1225.

Bildung zwischen Reproduktion Sozialer Strukturierung und Transformation Kultureller Tradierung am Beispiel Indien

Clemens, I., Holzwarth, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Internationales Asienforum 40 (1-2). 39-58.

Does it really feel the same? Changes in life satisfaction following repeated life events

Luhmann, M., Eid, M.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97. 363-381.

Analytic strategies for understanding affective (in)stability and other dynamic processes in psychopathology

Ebner-Priemer, U.W., Eid, M., Stabenow, S., Kleindienst, N., Trull, T.J.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Abnormal Psychology 118. 195-202.

Analyse von Lesefehlern bei Neglectdyslexie: Fehlertypen und Fehlerpositionen bei der Wortbenennung

Weinzierl, C., Kerkhoff, G., Stenneken, P.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Eder, A.B., Rothermund, K., Schweinberger, S. R., Steffens, M.C., Wiese, H. (Eds.). Abstracts der 51. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psycholog/innen. 123.

Wittgenstein - Philosophie als "Arbeit an einem selbst"

Gebauer, G., Goppelsröder, F., Volbers, J. (Eds.).

München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag | 2009

Grundbegriffe interkulturellen Lernens. Konvergenzen mit ästhetischer Bildung

Wulf, C.

Oberhausen: Athena | 2009

Erschienen in: Liebau, E. (Ed.). Lebensbilder. Streifzüge in Kunst und Pädagogik. 141-149.

Girei no saihakken. Mimêshisu, Suikôsei, Gireitekichi. Berurin ni okeru girei kenkyû

Wulf, C.

Tokyô: Seori-Shobô | 2009

Erschienen in: Yano et al. (Ed.). Henbô suru kyôikugaku (Pädagogik im Wandel). 215-248.

Clonidine improves hyperarousal in borderline personality disorder with or without comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Ziegenhorn, A. A., Röpke, S., Schommer, N. C., Merkl, A., Danker-Hopfe, H., Perschel, F. H., Heuser, I., Anghelescu, I. G., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 29 (2). 170-173.

Schularchitektur und rituelle Raumpraktiken

Wulf, C., Kellermann, I.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2009

Erschienen in: Böhme, J. (Ed.). Schularchitektur im interdisziplinären Diskurs. Territorialisierungskrise und Gestaltungsperspektiven des schulischen Bildungsraums. 171-185.

Antidepressant electroconvulsive therapy: mechanism of action, recent advances and limitations'

Merkl, A., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M.

Erschienen in: Experimental Neurology 219 (1). 20-26.

Quantitative und qualitative Aspekte semantischer Wortflüssigkeit bei Menschen mit und ohne Verdacht auf leichte kognitive Beeinträchtigungen

Kleissendorf, B., Jaecks, P., Stenneken, P.

Lengerich: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Eder, A.B., Rothermund, K., Schweinberger, S.R., Steffens M.C., Wiese, H. (Eds.). Abstracts der 51. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psycholog/innen.

Theorien der Lernkultur. Kulturwissenschaftliche Transformationen des Verständnisses von Aneignungs- und Vermittlungsprozessen

Wulf, C., Kolbe, F.-U., Reh, S., Fritzsche, B.

Opladen and Farmington Hills, MI: Barbara Budrich | 2009

Erschienen in: Melzer, W., Tippelt, R. (Eds.). Kulturen der Bildung. Beiträge zum 21. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaft. 349-360.

'Ein Gefühl der Beförderung des Lebens'. Kants Reformulierung des Topos lebhafter Vorstellung

Menninghaus, W.

Zürich/Berlin: Diaphanes | 2009

Erschienen in: Avanessian, A., Menninghaus, W., Völker, J. (Eds.). Vita aesthetica. Szenarien ästhetischer Lebendigkeit. 77-94.

Ritual in Education: Performance, Imitation and Cross Culture

Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Peking University Review 7 (2). 130-142.

Time course and task dependence of emotion effects in word processing

Schacht, A., Sommer, W.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience 9. 28-43.

Genetic variation in dopaminergic neuromodulation influences the ability to rapidly and flexibly adapt decisions

Krugel, L. K., Biele, G., Mohr, P. N. C., Li, S. C., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 (42). 17951-17956.

Durch Handeln zur Sprache?

Kauschke, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Sprache Stimme Gehör 33 (4). 162-163.

Behandlung von Störungen beim Erwerb der Verbzweitstellungsregel nach dem patholinguistischen Ansatz: eine Therapiestudie

Watermeyer, M., Kauschke, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Die Sprachheilarbeit 54 (1). 3-17.

Rapid cerebral hemodynamic modulation during set shifting: evidence of time-locked associations with cognitive control in females

Schuepbach, D., Huizinga, M., Duschek, S., Grimm, S., Boeker, H., Hell, D.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Brain Cogn. 71 (3). 313-19.

Escenas de transgresión. María de Zayas en su contexto literario-cultural

Albers, I., Felten, U. (Eds.).

Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert | 2009

The Search for Fame and the Urge for Style: Emotion Regulation and HipHop Culture

Ismer, S.

New York: Springer | 2009

Erschienen in: Markowitsch, H., Röttger-Rössler, B. (Eds.). Emotions as Biocultural Processes. 351-370.

Sinne

Landweer, H.

Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler | 2009

Erschienen in: Thies, C., Bohlken, E. (Eds.). Handbuch Anthropologie. Der Mensch zwischen Natur, Kultur und Technik. 414 - 418.

Emotions in word and face processing: Early and late cortical responses

Schacht, A., Sommer, W.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Brain and Cognition 69. 538-550.

Achtung, Anerkennung und der Nötigungscharakter der Moral

Landweer, H.

Dresden: Thelem | 2009

Erschienen in: Rentsch, T. (Ed.). Zur Gegenwart der Philosophie. Theorie - Praxis - Geschichte. 191 - 217.

Gefühle als Formen der Werterkenntnis?

Landweer, H.

Paderborn: Mentis | 2009

Erschienen in: Merker, B. (Ed.). Wohin mit den Gefühlen?. 163 - 181.

Friedenskultur und Erziehung zum Frieden. Perspektiven für eine zukunftsfähige Bildung

Wulf, C.

Berlin: Akademie Verlag | 2009

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Triki, F., Poulain, J. (Eds.). Erziehung und Demokratie. Europäische, muslimische und arabische Länder im Dialog. 271-290.

Wstret. Teoria i historia

Menninghaus, W.

Krakau: universitas | 2009

Dynamics and Performativity of Imagination. The Image between the Visible and the Invisible

Wulf, C., Hüppauf, B. (Eds.).

London, New York: Routledge | 2009

On Stage. Ritualized Emotions and Theatricality in Isolde’s Trial

Eming, J.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: MLN 124 (3). 555-571.

Seelenruhe oder Langeweile, Tiefe der Gefühle oder bedrohliche Exzesse? Zur Rhetorik von Emotionsdebatten

Landweer, H., Newmark, C.

Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp | 2009

Erschienen in: Harbsmeier, M., Möckel, S. (Eds.). Pathos, Affekt, Emotion.Transformationen der Antike. 79 - 106.

Social cognition under stress: Differential effects of stress-induced cortisol elevations in healthy young men and women

Smeets, T., Dziobek, I., Wolf, O.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Hormones and Behavior 55. 507–513.

Effects of stimulus-response compatibility on inhibitory processes in Parkinson's disease

Beste, C., Dziobek, I., Hielscher, H., Willemseen, R., Falkenstein, M.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: European Journal of Neuroscience 29 (4). 855-860.

The level and nature of autistic intelligence revisited

Bölte, S., Dziobek, I., Poustka, F.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 39 (4). 678-682.

The Body in India. Special Edition of: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie, Band 18, Heft 1

Wulf, C., Michaels, A.

Berlin: Akademie | 2009

Erschienen in: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie.

Anthropologische Dimensionen des Tanzes

Wulf, C.

Bielefeld: Transcript | 2009

Erschienen in: Görling, R., Skrandies, T., Trinkaus, S. (Eds.). Geste. Bewegungen zwischen Film und Tanz. 101-113.

Reinigung in der griechischen Kultur

Vöhler, M.

München: Fink | 2009

Erschienen in: Malinar, A., Vöhler, M. (Eds.). Un/Reinheit: Konzepte und Praktiken im Kulturvergleich. 169-185.

Ironie als indirekter expressiver Sprechakt: Zur Funktion emotionsbasierter Implikaturen bei kognitiver Simulation

Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag | 2009

Erschienen in: Bachmann-Stein, A., Merten, S., Roth, Ch. (Eds.). Perspektiven auf Wort, Satz und Text. Semantisierungsprozesse auf unterschiedlichen Ebenen des Sprachsystems. Festschrift für Inge Pohl. 223-232.

Der mimetische und performative Charakter von Gesten: Perspektiven für eine kultur- und sozialwissenschaftliche Gestenforschung

Wulf, C.

Münster: Waxmann | 2009

Erschienen in: Klepacki, L., Schröer, A., Zirfas, J. (Eds.). Der Alltag der Kultivierung. Studien zu Schule, Kunst und Bildung. Erlanger Beiträge zur Pädagogik, Band 8. 121-135.

Im Unvernehmen mit der Natur?

Gießmann, S., Brunotte, U., Mauelshagen, F., Böhme, H., Wulf, C.

Transcript | 2009

Erschienen in: Gießmann, S., Brunotte, U., Mauelshagen, F., Böhme, H., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Politische Ökologie. Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 2. 7-12.

Sympathy through affective perspective-taking and its relation to prosocial behavior in toddlers

Vaish, A., Carpenter, M., Tomasello, M.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Developmental Psychology 45. 534-543.

In most research on the early ontogeny of sympathy, young children are presented with an overtly distressed person and their responses are observed. In the current study, the authors asked whether young children could also sympathize with a person to whom something negative had happened but who was expressing no emotion at all. They showed 18- and 25-month-olds an adult either harming another adult by destroying or taking away her possessions (harm condition) or else doing something similar that did not harm her (neutral condition). The “victim” expressed no emotions in either condition. Nevertheless, in the harm as compared with the neutral condition, children showed more concern and subsequent prosocial behavior toward the victim. Moreover, children's concerned looks during the harmful event were positively correlated with their subsequent prosocial behavior. Very young children can sympathize with a victim even in the absence of overt emotional signals, possibly by some form of affective perspective taking.

Hermeneutik und Metaphysik: Augustin über die Arbitrarität von Sprache

Fuhrer, T.

Würzburg: echter | 2009

Erschienen in: Förster, G., Grote, A.E.J., Müller, C. (Eds.). Spiritus et Littera. Beiträge zur Augustinus-Forschung. 129-150.

La révélation de soi comme stratégie d’authenticité : la représentation du « moi » dans les « Confessions » d’Augustin

Fuhrer, T.

Frankfurt am Main/Bern: Lang | 2009

Erschienen in: Van Mal-Maeder, D., Burnier, A., Loreto Núnnez, L. (Eds.). Jeux de voix. Énonciation, intertextualité et intentionnalité dans la littérature antique. 385-398.

Zukunftsfähige Bildung in Demokratien. Globalisierung und Diversität als Herausforderung. Eine Einleitung

Wulf, C.

Berlin: Akademie | 2009

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Triki, F., Poulain, J. (Eds.). Erziehung und Demokratie. Europäische, muslimische und arabische Länder im Dialog. 7-16.

Kindheitstopoi in Gottfrieds "Tristan". Anspielungen, Überlagerungen, Funktionalisierungen

Gerok-Reiter, A.

Berlin/New York: De Gruyter | 2009

Erschienen in: Elm, D., Fitzon, T., Liess, K., Linden, S. (Eds.). Alterstopoi. Das Wissen von den Lebensaltern in Literatur, Kunst und Theologie.

Exzellenz = Masse: Universitätsfinanzierung als Leistungsbelohnung?

Menninghaus, W.

Bielefeld: transcript | 2009

Erschienen in: Haß, U., Müller-Schöll, N. (Eds.). Was ist eine Universität? Schlaglichter auf eine ruinierte Institution. 77-80.

Introducción

Albers, I., Felten, U.

Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert | 2009

Erschienen in: Albers, I., Felten, U. (Eds.). Escenas de transgresión. María de Zayas en su contexto literario-cultural. 17-31.

"Beggars" and "Kings": The Emotional Regulation of Shame Among Street Youths in a Javanese city in Indonesia

Stodulka, T.

New York: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Röttger-Rössler, B., Markowitsch, H. J. (Eds.). Emotions as Bio-Cultural Processes. Springer.

Un/Reinheit: Konzepte und Praktiken im Kulturvergleich

Vöhler, M., Malinar, A.

München: Fink | 2009

Erschienen in: Vöhler, M., Malinar, A. (Eds.). Un/Reinheit: Konzepte und Praktiken im Kulturvergleich. 9-18.

Sensitivity of newborn auditory cortex to the temporal structure of sounds

Telkemeyer, S., Rossi, S., Koch, S.P., Nierhaus, T., Steinbrink, J., Poeppel, D., Obrig, H., Wartenburger, I.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Neuroscience 29 (47). 14726 –14733.

After the Death of Man. From Philosophical Anthropology to Historical Anthropology

Gebauer, G., Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: IRIS. European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate 1 (1). 171-186.

Wertschätzung als pädagogische Kommunikationsform im Spannungsfeld von actio und passio. Über die Paradoxieanfälligkeit von Unterricht

Clemens, I.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie. 18 (2). 102-111.

Aspektsehen. Über die Kreativität der menschlichen Sprache

Gebauer, G.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2009

Erschienen in: Messling, M., Tintemann, U. (Eds.). "Der Mensch ist nur Mensch durch Sprache". Zur Sprachlichkeit des Menschen. 91-102.

Moral judgment and the brain: A functional approach to the question of emotion and cognition in moral judgment integrating psychology, neuroscience and evolutionary biology

Prehn, K., Heekeren, H. R.

Dordrecht: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Verplaetse, J., De Schrijver, J., Vanneste, S., Braeckman, J. (Eds.). The moral brain. Essays on the evolutionary and neuroscientific aspects of morality. 129-154.

Bombed and Silenced. Foreign Witnesses of the Air War in Germany

Lubrich, O.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: German Life and Letters 62 (4). 415 - 429.

Alter und Sexualität: Die Stimme der alternden Frau in der horazischen Lyrik

Fuhrer, T.

Berlin/New York: de Gruyter | 2009

Erschienen in: Elm, D., Fitzon, T., Liess, K., Linden, S. (Eds.). Alterstopoi. Das Wissen von den Lebensaltern in Literatur, Kunst und Theologie. 49-69.

Evidenzbasierte Therapie bei semantisch-lexikalischen Störungen im Kindesalter

Kauschke, C.

Köln: ProLog | 2009

Erschienen in: de Langen-Müller, U., Hielscher-Fastabend, M., Kleissendorf, B. (Eds.). Sprachtherapie lohnt sich?! Zum aktuellen Stand der Evaluations- und Effektivitätsforschung in der Sprachtherapie. 165-185.

Educational character of the room

Kellermann, I., Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Ethnography and Education, European Review 7-8. 221-231.

Alexander von Humboldt. Das große Lesebuch

Lubrich, O. (Ed.)

Frankfurt/M.: Fischer | 2009

Vom Bildungscharakter des Raums. Das Verhältnis Mensch und Schulraum

Kellermann, I., Wulf, C.

Jovis: Berlin: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Internationale Bauausstellung IBA Hamburg: Metropole Bilden. 218-225.

Educational Character of the Room

Kellermann, I., Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Ethnografia e Scientificità. Rivista Europea die Etnografia dell’Educazione 7-8.

La razón de los desmayos en El celoso extremeño de Cervantes

Albers, I.

Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert | 2009

Erschienen in: Albers, I., Felten, U. (Eds.). Escenas de transgresión. María de Zayas en su contexto literario-cultural. 189-224.

Impaired sexual function in patients with borderline personality disorder is determined by history of sexual abuse

Schute-Herbrüggen, O., Ahlers, C. J., Kronsbein, J. M., Rüter, A., Bahri, S., Vater, A., Roepke, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Sexual Medicine 12. 3356-3363.

Ritual in Education. Performance, Imitation and Cross Culture

Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Peking University Review 7 (2). 130-142.

Stufen, Keime, Licht. Alexander von Humboldt als Ethnograph und Anthropologe

Lubrich, O.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Alexander von Humboldt: Ueber die Urvölker von Amerika und die Denkmähler welche von ihnen übrig geblieben sind. Anthropologische und ethnographische Schriften. Nachwort.

Ethik und Sport - Sportethik. Von der Körpertechnologisierung zur Körpershow

Gebauer, G.

Wien: Facultas | 2009

Erschienen in: Marschik, M., Müllner, R., Penz, O., Spitaler, G. (Eds.). Sport Studies. 200-211.

Die letzten Abenteurer. Kritik des Heroismus im modernen Sport

Gebauer, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Lendemains 34 (133). 59-74.

Images of Social Life

Wulf, C.

New York, London: Routledge | 2009

Erschienen in: Huppauf, B., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Dynamics and Performativity of Imagination. The Image between the Visible and the Invisible. 166-177.

Lachen auf Leben und Tod. Bemerkungen zur Figur des Don Giovanni

Gebauer, G.

Bern: Peter Lang | 2009

Erschienen in: "Gvozdeva, K., Röcke, W. (Eds.). ""risus sacer - sacrum risibile"". Interaktionsfelder von Sakralität und Gelächter im kulturellen und historischen Wandel. 187-200."

Imêji, Manazashi, Imajinêshon (übersetzt: Bild, Blick, Imagination)

Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Kenkyûshitsukiyô (Bulletin of the Department of History and Philosophy of Education, Graduate School of Education, The Univesity of Tokyo) 35.

Athanasius Kircher und die Tarantella. Vtrum, cur, & quomodo Musica vim habeat ad animos hominum commouendos

Risi, C.

Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink | 2009

Erschienen in: Lichau, K., Tkaczyk, V., Wolf, R. (Eds.). Resonanz. Potentiale einer akustischen Figur. 249-263.

Dynamics and Performativity of Imagination. The Image between the Visible and the Invisible

Huppauf, B, Wulf, C. (Eds.).

London, New York: Routledge | 2009

Habitus

Gebauer, G.

Rom: Armando | 2009

Anthropologie. Geschichte – Kultur – Philosophie

Wulf, C.

Kalima: Mediterranean Publisher | 2009

Soziale Kognition bei Patienten mit Frontalhirnläsion: Untersuchung mit dem Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition (MASC-MC)

Müller, E., Wendt, C., Dziobek, I., Stenneken, P.

Jena: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Eder, A.B., Rothermund, K., Schweinberger, S.R.M., Steffens, C., Wiese, H. (Eds.). 51. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psycholog/innen: Tagungsband und Abstracts.

ERP correlates of processing native and non-native language word stress in infants with different language outcomes

Friedrich, M., Herold, B., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Cortex 45 (5). 662-676.

Social interaction with robots and agents: Where do we stand, where do we go?

Hudlicka, E., Payr, S., Ventura, R., Becker-Asano, C., Fischer, K., Leite, I., Paiva, A., von Scheve, C.

Los Alamitos: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction, Proceedings of ACII’09. 698-703.

Koordinaten der Leidenschaft. Kulturelle Aufführungen von Gefühlen

Risi, C., Roselt, J. (Eds.).

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2009

A neuroscientific perspective on music therapy

Koelsch, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1169. 374-384.

P3a and mismatch negativity in individuals with moderate Intermittent Explosive Disorder

Koelsch, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Neuroscience Letters 460 (1). 21-26.

Nobody is perfect: ERP effects prior to performance errors in musicians indicate fast monitoring processes

Maidhof, C., Rieger, M., Prinz, W., Koelsch, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE 4 (4). e5032.

Introduction: The Indispensability of the Imagination

Wulf, C., Huppauf, B.

New York, London: Routledge | 2009

Erschienen in: Huppauf, B., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Dynamics and Performativity of Imagination. The Image between the Visible and the Invisible. 1-18.

Morin, Edgar

Wulf, C.

Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft | 2009

Erschienen in: Bedorf, T., Röttgers, K. (Eds.). Die Philosophie im 20. Jahrhundert. Ein Autorenhandbuch. 261-264.

Music and language are processed in overlapping brain areas - evidence from intracranial ERPs

Sammler, D., Koelsch, S., Ball, T., Brandt, A., Elger, C. E., Friederici, A. D., Grigutsch, M., Huppertz, H.-J., Knösche, T. R., Wellmer, J., Widman, G., Schulze-Bonhage, A.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1169. 494-498.

Music-syntactic processing and auditory memory - similarities and differences between ERAN and MMN

Koelsch, S.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 46 (1). 179-190.

Functional architecture of verbal and tonal working memory: an fMRI study

Koelsch, S., Schulze, K., Sammler, D., Fritz, T., Müller, K., Gruber, O.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 30 (3). 859-873.

Pädagogische Anthropologie

Wulf, C.

Stuttgart, Weimar: Metzler | 2009

Erschienen in: Bohlken, E., Thies, C. (Eds.). Handbuch Anthropologie. Der Mensch zwischen Natur, Kultur und Technik. 190-197.

Impulsive aggressiveness of pregnant women affects the development of the fetal heart

Koelsch, S., Wiebigke, C., Siebel, W. A., Stepan, H.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology 74. 243-249.

Education as Transcultural education. A Global Challenge

Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Educational Studies in Japan. International Yearbook (5). 33-47.

Dismissing lexical competition does not make speaking any easier: A rejoinder to Mahon and Caramazza (2009)

Abdel Rahman, R., Melinger, A.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Language and Cognitive Processes (24 (5)). 749-760.

Semantic context effects in language production: A swinging lexical network proposal and a review

Abdel Rahman, R., Melinger, A.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Language and Cognitive Processes (24 (5)). 713-734.

Glutamate as a spectroscopic marker of hippocampal structural plasticity is elevated in long-term euthymic bipolar patients on chronic lithium therapy and correlates inversely with diurnal cortisol

Colla, M., Schubert, F., Bubner, M., Heidenreich, J.O., Bajbouj, M, Seifert, F., Luborzewski, A., Heuser, I., Kronenberg, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Molecular Psychiatry 7 (14). 696-704, 647.

Increased self-focus in major depressive disorder is related to neural abnormalities in subcortical-cortical midline structures

Grimm, S., Ernst, J., Boesiger, P., Schuepbach, D., Hell, D., Boeker, H., Northoff, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Hum Brain Mapping 30 (8). 2617-2627.

Rules and heuristics during sentence comprehension: evidences from a dual-task brain potential study

Martín-Loeches,M., Schacht, A., Casado,P., Hohlfeld, A., Abdel Rahman, R., &, Sommer, W.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (21 (7)). 1380-1395.

Interview über Jean Baudrillard

Wulf, C.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Chora (2). 174-176.

Inszenierungen der Affekte in der Oper

Risi, C.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2009

Erschienen in: Risi, C., Roselt, J. (Eds.). Koordinaten der Leidenschaft. 118-132.

Kriegerische Mobilisierung: Die mediale Organisation des Gemeinsinns. Frank Capras Prelude to War und Leni Riefenstahls Tag der Freiheit

Kappelhoff, H.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Navigationen. Zeitschrift für Medien- und Kulturwissenschaften 9 (1). 151-165.

Stimulating the brain to treat depression

Bajbouj, M., Heuser, I.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Experimental Neurology (219). 1-26.

Un/reinheit: Konzepte und Praktiken im Kulturvergleich

Vöhler, M., Malinar, A. (Eds.).

München: Fink | 2009

The relationship between aberrant neuronal activation in the pregenual anterior cingulate, altered glutamatergic metabolism, and anhedonia in major depression

Walter, M., Henning, A., Grimm, S., Schulte, R.F., Beck, J., Dydak, U., Schnepf, B., Boeker, H., Boesiger, P., Northoff, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Arch Gen Psychiatry 66 (5). 478-86.

Altered negative BOLD responses in the default-mode network during emotion processing in depressed subjects

Grimm, S., Boesiger, P., Beck, J., Schuepbach, D., Bermpohl, F., Walter, M., Ernst, J., Hell, D., Boeker, H., Northoff, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Neuropsychopharmacology 34 (4).

Recherchen am sentimentalen Bewusstsein

Kappelhoff, H.

Berlin: Verlag Theater der Zeit | 2009

Erschienen in: Risi, C., Roselt, J. (Eds.). Koordinaten der Leidenschaft. 242-253.

Anthropologie der Erziehung

Wulf, C.

Beijing: Educational Science Publishing House | 2009

Segregated neural representation of psychological and somatic-vegetative symptoms in severe major depression

Heinzel, A., Grimm, S., Beck, J., Schuepbach, D., Hell, D., Boesiger, P., Boeker, H., Northoff, G.

- | 2009

Erschienen in: Neurosci Lett. 456 (2). 49-53.

The staging and (re)-construction of collective, nation-state related emotions in the media coverage of world cup soccer matches

Ismer, S.

Münster: - | 2009

Erschienen in: Jütting, D.H., Schulze, B., Müller, U. (Eds.). Local Sport in Europe. 180-189.

Zuschauergefühl. Die Inszenierung der Empfindung im dunklen Raum des Kinos

Kappelhoff, H.

München: Wilhelm Fink | 2008

Erschienen in: Spiekermann, G., Söntgen, B. (Eds.). Tränen. 195-206.

Classifying the observation of feasible and unfeasible human motion

Gaertner, M., Klister, T., Zander, T.O.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Graz University of Technology Publishing House (Ed.). Proceedings of the 4th Int. BCI Workshop & Training Course.

Bildhafte Wissenspräsentation - funktionelle Bildgebung mit simultaner EEG-fMRT

Ritter, P., Freyer, F., Gärtner, M., Villringer, A.

Akademie Verlag Berlin | 2008

Erschienen in: Bredekamp, Bruhn (Eds.). Bildwelten des Wissens, 6.1: Ikonographie des Gehirns.

Primate vocalization, gesture and the evolution of human language

Arbib, M., Liebal, K., Pika, S.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Current Anthropology 49 (6). 1064-1065.

Imbalance between left and right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in major depression is linked to negative emotional judgment: an fMRI study in severe major depressive disorder

Grimm, S., Beck, J., Schuepbach, D., Hell, D., Boesiger, P., Bermpohl, F., Niehaus, L., Boeker, H., Northoff, G.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Biol Psychiatry 63 (4). 369-76.

Grenzverläufe filmischer Topographien: Gewalt gegen die Gemeinschaftlichkeit in Elephant und Pearl Harbor

Pischel, C.

München: edition text kritik | 2008

Erschienen in: Domsch, S. (Ed.). Amerikanisches Erzählen nach 2000. Eine Bestandsaufnahme. 319-337.

Neurowissenschaftliche Grundlagen der Musikverarbeitung

Koelsch, S., Schröger, E.

Reinbek: Rowohlt | 2008

Erschienen in: Bruhn, H., Kopiez, R., Lehmann, A. C. (Eds.). Musik-Psychologie - Das neue Handbuch.

Enhanced phonological facilitation and traces of concurrent word form activation in speech production: An object naming study with multiple distractors

Abdel Rahman, R., Melinger, A.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (61). 1410-1440.

Children with specific language impairment also show impairment of music-syntactic processing

Jentschke, S., Koelsch, S., Wolf, K., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (11). 1940-1951.

Amygdala activity can be modulated by unexpected chord functions during music listening

Koelsch S., Fritz, T., Schlaug, G.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 19 (18). 1815-1819.

Patterns of response to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in major depression: replication study in drug-free patients

Brakemeier, E.L., Wilbertz, G., Rodax, S., Danker-Hopfe, H., Zinka, B., Zwanzger, P., Grossheinrich, N., Varkuti, B., Rupprecht, R., Bajbouj, M., Padberg, F.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Affective Disorder (108). 59-70.

A Weep in the Dark. Tears and the Cinematic Experience

Hanich, J.

Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing | 2008

Erschienen in: Saal, I., Poole, R. (Eds.). Passionate Politics. The Cultural Work of American Melodrama. 27-46.

Cerebrovascular reactivity in depressed patients without vascular risk factors

de Castro, A.G., Bajbouj, M., Schlattmann, P., Lemke, H., Heuser, I., Neu, P.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Psychiatric Research 1 (42). 78-82.

Regulating emotions: Culture, social necessity and biological inheritance

Vandekerckhove, M., von Scheve, C., Ismer, S., Jung, S., Kronast, S. (Eds.).

Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell | 2008

Rituale

Wulf, C.

Wiesbaden: VS Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Willems, H. (Ed.). Lehr(er)buch Soziologie. Für die pädagogischen und soziologischen Studiengänge. Band 1. 331-349.

Electroconvulsive therapy for depression

Dettling, M., Anghelescu, I., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: New England Journal of Medicine 6 (358). 645.

Gender-dependent association of a functional NGF polymorphism with anxiety-related personality traits

Lang, UE., Hellweg, R., Bajbouj, M., Gaus, V., Sander, T., Gallinat, J.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Pharmacopsychiatry 5 (41). 196-9.

Acute prefrontal cortex transcranial magnetic stimulation in healthy volunteers: no effects on brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) concentrations in serum

Lang, UE., Hellweg, R., Gallinat, J., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Affective Disorders 1-3 (107). 255-8.

Vagus nerve stimulation for depression: efficacy and safety in a European study

'Schlaepfer, T.E., Frick, C., Zobel, A, Maier, W., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M., O''Keane, V., Corcoran, C., Adolfsson, R., Trimble, M., Rau, H., Hoff, H.J., Padberg, F., Müller-Siecheneder, F., Audenaert, K., Van den Abbeele, D., Stanga, Z., Hasdemir, M.'

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Psychological Medicine 5 (38). 651-61.

Fit for the Future: Education Towards Peace, Cultural Diversity and Sustainbility

Wulf, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Peace Education. An International Journal 15. 36-47.

Pharmakotherapeutische Ansätze bei Selbstverletzungen

Röpke, S., Lammers, C. H.

Stuttgart: Kohlhammer | 2008

Erschienen in: Stiglmayr, C., Schmahl, C. (Eds.). Selbstverletzendes Verhalten bei stressassoziierten Erkrankungen.

Persönlichkeitsstörungen

Röpke, S.

Stuttgart: Schattauer-Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Neu, P. (Ed.). Akutpsychiatrie Das Notfall-Manual.

The science of subjective well-being

Eid, M., Larsen, R. (Eds.).

New York: Guilford | 2008

Gefühle

Landweer, H., Opitz, C., Kelle, H. (Eds.).

Stuttgart: Lucius und Lucius | 2008

Short-term effects of processing musical syntax: an ERP study

Koelsch, S., Jentschke, S.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Brain Research 1212. 55-62.

Rituale im Grundschulalter: Performativität, Mimesis und Interkulturalität

Wulf, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 1/2008. 67-83.

Anthropology Research in Education. Towards a Historical-Cultural Anthropology of Education

Wulf, C.

Turku (Finnland): Painosalama Oy | 2008

Erschienen in: Siljander, P., Kivelä, A., Painosalama O. (Eds.). Turku asvatustieteen tila ja tutkimuskäytännöt. 33-49.

Effects of unexpected chords and of performer‘s expression on brain responses and electrodermal activity

Koelsch, S., Kilches, S., Steinbeis, N., Schelinski, S.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE 3 (7). e2631.

Cognitive components of regularity processing in the auditory domain

Koelsch, S., Sammler, D.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: PLoS ONE 3 (7). e2650.

Der common body als Grund und Norm humaner Körperkultur

Gebauer, G., Caysa, V.

Berlin, New York: de Gruyter | 2008

Erschienen in: Sommer, Andreas Urs (Ed.). Nietzsche - Philosoph der Kultur(en)?. 363-380.

Erotik und Verführung im Sport

Gebauer, G.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Maske und Kothurn 54 (4). 121-130.

Almodóvar. Special Edition of: Film-Konzepte, Heft 9

Kappelhoff, H., Illger, D. (Eds.).

München: edition text + kritik | 2008

Der Abgrund des Karneval

Illger, D.

München: edition text + kritik | 2008

Erschienen in: Kappelhoff, H., Illger, D. (Eds.). Almodóvar. Special Edition of: Film-Konzepte, Heft 9. 51-69.

Menschliches Leben. Special Edition of: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für historische Anthropologie, Band 17, Heft 2

Wulf, C., Zirfas, J.

Berlin: Akademie Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Zirfas, J. (Eds.). Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für historische Anthropologie.

Homo pictor, ou la production de l’humain par l’imagination

Wulf, C.

Tunis: Wassiti, Sunomed | 2008

Erschienen in: Triki, R. (Ed.). Orient, Occident. Les arts dans le prisme exogène. 39-64.

European and Muslim countries in dialog. Violence, religion an intercultural understanding

Wulf, C., Poulain, J., Triki, F. (Eds.).

Tunis: Wassiti, Sunomed | 2008

Anthropological Research in Education. Towards a Historical-cultural Anthropology of Education

Wulf, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Critique & Humanism 26. 159-170.

Zukunftsfähige Bildung – Frieden, kulturelle Vielfalt, Nachhaltigkeit

Wulf, C.

Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Gruber, B., Hämmerle, K. (Ed.). Demokratie lernen heute. Politische Bildung am Wendepunkt. 113-129.

Suizidalität

Röpke, S.

Stuttgart: Schattauer-Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Neu, P. (Ed.). Akutpsychiatrie. Das Notfall-Manual.

EEG correlates of moderate intermittent explosive disorder

Koelsch, S., Sammler, D., Jentschke, S., Siebel, W. A.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Clinical Neurophysiology 119. 151-162.

Moderne Bildungsprozesse und Entwicklungsrealität – Wie lernen Kinder und Jugendliche heute? Für einen erweiterten Lernbegriff – Rituale, performative Erziehungspraktiken und zukunftsfähige Erziehung

Wulf, C.

Erschienen in: Wernstedt, R., John-Ohnesorg, M. (Eds.). Der Bildungsbegriff im Wandel. Verführung zum Lernen statt Zwang zum Büffeln. Dokumentation einer Konferenz des Netzwerk Bildung vom 5.-6. Juli 2007 Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

Rationalität und Emotionalität in der Literatur des Mittelalters

Kasten, I.

Erich Schmidt Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Lutz, E. C., Haubrichs, W., Ridder, K. (Eds.). Reflexion und Inszenierung von Rationalität in der mittelalterlichen LiteraturWolfram Studien 20. 253-271.

Performativität. In der Schwebe

Kasten, I.

Stuttgart: Reclam | 2008

Erschienen in: Keller, J., Miklautsch, L. (Eds.). Walther von der Vogelweide und die Literaturtheorie. Neun Modellanalysen von "Nemt, vrouwe, disen kranz". 76-92.

Der Auszug aus Bernada Albas Haus. Bergungsversuche am sentimentalen Bewusstsein

Kappelhoff, H.

München: Edition Text Kritik | 2008

Erschienen in: Film-Konzepte (9: Pedro Almodóvar). 5-30.

Insular activity during passive viewing of aversive stimuli reflects individual differences in state negative affect

Mériau, K., Kazzer, P., Wartenburger, I., Prehn, K., Villringer, A., van der Meer, E., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Brain and Cognition 69 (1). 73-83.

People differ with regard to how they perceive, experience, and express negative affect. While trait negative affect reflects a stable, sustained personality trait, state negative affect represents a stimulus limited and temporally acute emotion. So far, little is known about the neural systems mediating the relationship between negative affect and acute emotion processing. To address this issue we investigated in a healthy female sample how individual differences in state negative affect are reflected in changes in blood oxygen level-dependent responses during passive viewing of emotional stimuli. To assess autonomic arousal we simultaneously recorded changes in skin conductance level. At the psychophysiological level we found increased skin conductance level in response to aversive relative to neutral pictures. However, there was no association of state negative affect with skin conductance level. At the neural level we found that high state negative affect was associated with increased left insular activity during passive viewing of aversive stimuli. The insula has been implicated in interoceptive processes and in the integration of sensory, visceral, and affective information thus contributing to subjective emotional experience. Greater recruitment of the insula in response to aversive relative to neutral stimuli in subjects with high state negative affect may represent increased processing of salient aversive stimuli.

Sublexical units in aphasic jargon and in the standard language. Comparative analyses of neologisms in connected speech

Stenneken, P., Hofmann, M.J., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Aphasiology 22 (11). 1142-1156.

Emotions as bio-cultural processes. Disciplinary approaches and interdisciplinary outlook

Engelen, E.-M., Markowitsch, H. J., von Scheve, C., Röttger-Rössler, B., Stephan, A., Holodynski, M., Vandekerckhove, M.

New York: Springer | 2008

Erschienen in: Röttger-Rössler, B., Markowitsch, H. J. (Eds.). Emotions as bio-cultural processes. 23-53.

Introduction. Regulating emotions: Culture, social necessity and biological inheritance

Vandekerckhove, M., von Scheve, C., Ismer, S., Jung, S., Kronast, S.

Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell | 2008

Erschienen in: Vandekerckhove, M., von Scheve, C., Ismer, S., Jung, S., Kronast, S. (Eds.). Regulating emotions: Culture, social necessity and biological inheritance. 1-12.

Frühe lexikalische Verzögerung als Indikator für SES? Entwicklungsverläufe von Late Talkern

Kauschke, C.

Potsdam: Universitätsverlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Wahl, M., Heide, J., Hanne, S. (Eds.). Spektrum Patholinguistik, Band 1. 19-38.

Neuroticism influences pupillary responses during an emotional interference task

Prehn, K., Blasek, K., Lapschies, K., Mews, I., Heekeren, H. R., van der Meer, E.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology 70 (1). 40-49.

We used behavioral and pupillary measures during an analogical reasoning task to investigate the processing of conceptual and emotional relations as well as their interaction. In particular, we examined how mental resource consumption is modulated by individual differences in neuroticism in healthy participants during conditions with emotional interference. Two word pairs were presented simultaneously, each with a conceptual and an emotional relation. In one experimental block, participants had to decide whether conceptual relations between the two word pairs were corresponding (conceptual task). In the other block, participants had to decide whether emotional relations were corresponding (emotional task). When participants had to focus on the correspondence of emotional relations, they were faster, more accurate, and showed greater pupillary responses than during the conceptual task. Moreover, participants with comparably higher neuroticism scores showed increased pupillary responses during conditions with emotional interference (i.e., during the conceptual task when they had to ignore incongruent information on the correspondence provided by the task-irrelevant emotional relations). These results demonstrate that affective aspects of stimuli (here: emotional relations) are preferentially selected for information processing. Moreover, increased mental resource consumption due to emotional interference in participants with comparably higher neuroticism scores might reflect a possible mechanism making these individuals more vulnerable to mood or anxiety disorders.

Die Stimme des Gewissens. Sind persongebundene Gefühle Atmosphären?

Landweer, H.

Freiburg: Karl Alber | 2008

Erschienen in: Großheim, M. (Ed.). Neue Phänomenologie zwischen Praxis und Theorie. Festschrift für Hermann Schmitz. 379-395.

Producing the Social in Rituals. Education and Learning, Mimesis and Performativity

Wulf, C.

Turku (Finnland): Painosalama Oy | 2008

Erschienen in: Siljander, P., Kivelä, A., Painosalama O. (Eds.). Kasvatustieteen tila ja tutkimuskäytännöt. 51-71.

Introduction

Poulain, J., Triki, F., Wulf, C.

Paris: L’Harmattan | 2008

Erschienen in: Poulain, J., Triki, F., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Violence, Religion et Dialogue Interculturel. Perspectives Euromediterrannées. 13-21.

Violence, Religion et Dialogue Interculturel. Perspectives Euromediterrannées

Poulain, J., Triki, F., Wulf, C. (Eds.).

Paris: L’Harmattan | 2008

Sprache, Kognition und Emotion: Neue Wege in der Kognitionswissenschaft

Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Berlin, New York: de Gruyter | 2008

Erschienen in: Kämper, H., Eichinger, L. M. (Eds.). Sprache-Kognition-Kultur. 277-301.

Zwischen Pathos und Reflexion. Bewegte Erfahrungen in der antiken Rhetorik

Voehler, M.

Zürich: Diaphanes | 2008

Erschienen in: Henning, A., Obermayr, B., Wessels, A., Wilm, M.-C. (Eds.). Bewegte Erfahrungen. Zwischen Emotionalität und Ästhetik. S. 17-26.

Augustine on the power and weakness of words

Fuhrer, T.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar 13. 365-383.

Wenn Götter und Menschen sich begegnen: Komische Szenen in Vergils Aeneis

Fuhrer, T.

Stuttgart: Steiner | 2008

Erschienen in: Freund, S., Vielberg, M. (Eds.). Vergil und das antike Epos. 221-236.

De-Konstruktion der Ich-Identität in Augustins Confessiones

Fuhrer, T.

Berlin, New York: de Gruyter | 2008

Erschienen in: Arweiler, A., Möller, M. (Eds.). Vom Selbst-Verständnis in Antike und Neuzeit: Notions of the Self in Antiquity and Beyond. 175-188.

Individual differences in moral judgment competence influence neural correlates of socio-normative judgments

Prehn, K., Wartenburger, I., Mériau, K., Scheibe, C., Goodenough, O. R., Villringer, A., van der Meer, E., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 3 (1). 33-46.

To investigate how individual differences in moral judgment competence are reflected in the human brain, we used event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging, while 23 participants made either socio-normative or grammatical judgments. Participants with lower moral judgment competence recruited the left ventromedial prefrontal cortex and the left posterior superior temporal sulcus more than participants with greater competence in this domain when identifying social norm violations. Moreover, moral judgment competence scores were inversely correlated with activity in the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) during socio-normative relative to grammatical judgments. Greater activity in right DLPFC in participants with lower moral judgment competence indicates increased recruitment of rule-based knowledge and its controlled application during socio-normative judgments. These data support current models of the neurocognition of morality according to which both emotional and cognitive components play an important role.

Die Rationalität der Angst: Neuansätze im ''Fortunatus'''

Gerok-Reiter, A.

Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Haubrichs,W.,Lutz, E.C.,Ridder, K. (Eds.). Reflexion und Inszenierung von Rationalität in der mittelalterlichen Literatur. 273-298.

Nach einer knappen theoretischen Erörterung des Zusammenhangs von Emotion und Ratio in Anlehnung an die moderne Kognitionsforschung (1.) sowie einem kurzen literarhistorischen Aufriss des Themas von Angst und Erkenntnis im mittelalterlichen Roman (2.) soll anhand der Textanalyse des Fortunatus aufgezeigt werden, inwiefern auf der Ebene der Figurenzeichnung sowie der Handlungskonzeption die Inszenierung von Angst und Erkenntnis als relativen, ja komplementären Größen eine – literarhistorisch gesehen – neue Relevanz gewinnt, insofern Angst nicht nur als zu überwindende Größe, sondern als adäquate Reaktion und als Stimulans eines Welterlebens erfahren wird, das ohne sie keinen Realitätssinn aufweisen würde, bis dahin dass die Angst – insbesondere im frühneuhochdeutschen Prosaroman – als Promotor von Aufbruchssituationen, neuer Welterfahrung und Entdeckungsmöglichkeiten einen produktiven Funktionswert erhält, der sie nicht nur als Folge, sondern als Agens von Erkenntnis deutlicher als zuvor festschreibt (3.).

Einführung in die Kognitive Linguistik

Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Tübingen: Francke | 2008

Task-dependent modulation of neglect dyslexia? Novel evidence from the viewing position effect

Stenneken, P., Van Eimeren, L., Jacobs, A.M., Keller, I., Kerkhoff, G.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Brain Research 1189. 166-178.

Dissociation of cognitive and emotional empathy in adults with Asperger syndrome using the Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET)

Dziobek, I., Rogers, K., Fleck, S., Bahnemann, M., Heekeren, H. R., Wolf, O. T., Convit, A.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 38 (3). 464-473.

The differential influence of lexical variables on naming latencies in German – a study on noun and verb picture naming

Kauschke, C., von Frankenberg, J.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 37 (4). 243-257.

Entwicklungsdynamik im normalen und gestörten Spracherwerb

Kauschke, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Praxis der Kinder-Reha 1. 14-19.

Rezension zu M. J. Ball (ed.): Clinical sociolinguistics

Kauschke, C., Katerbow, M.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik LXXV (1). 85-89.

Friedenskultur und Friedenserziehung in Zeiten der Globalisierung

Wulf, C.

Reinbek: Rowohlt | 2008

Erschienen in: Grasse, R., Gruber, B., Gugel, G. (Eds.). Friedenspädagogik. Grundlagen, Praxisansätze, Perspektiven. 35-60.

Die Wiederentdeckung der Geburt

Wulf, C.

Opladen/ Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich | 2008

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Althans, B., Foltys, J., Fuchs, M., Klasen, S., Lamprecht, J., Tegethoff, D. (Eds.). Geburt in Familie, Klinik und Medien. Eine qualitative Untersuchung. 7-17.

Neurophysiological correlates of picture-word priming in one-year-olds

Friedrich, M.

Amsterdam: John Benjamins | 2008

Erschienen in: Friederici, A. D.,Thierry, G. (Eds.). Early Languages Development: Bridging Brain and Behaviour. 137-160.

Improved functional mapping of the human amygdala using a standard functional magnetic resonance imaging sequence with simple modifications

Morawetz, C., Holz, P., Lange, C., Baudewig, J., Weniger, G., Irle, E., Dechent, P.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Magn Reson Imaging 26. 45-53.

Die Geburt der Väter

Wulf, C.

Opladen und Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich | 2008

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Althans, B., Foltys, J., Fuchs, M., Klasen, S., Lamprecht, J., Tegethoff, D. (Eds.). Geburt in Familie, Klinik und Medien. Eine qualitative Untersuchung. 59-94.

Geburt in Familie, Klinik und Medien. Eine qualitative Untersuchung

Wulf, C., Althans, B., Foltys, J., Fuchs, M., Klasen, S., Lamprecht, J., Tegethoff, D. (Eds.).

Opladen/ Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich | 2008

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Das Sprachspiel der Emotionen

Gebauer, G., Stuhldreher, A.

Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter | 2008

Erschienen in: Landweer, H., Renz, U. (Eds.). Klassische Emotionstheorien. 615–634.

Spracherwerb

Klann-Delius, G.

Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler | 2008

Modelle des kindlichen Wortschatzerwerbs

Klann-Delius, G.

Potsdam: Universitätsverlag Potsdam | 2008

Erschienen in: Wahl, M., Heide, J., Hanne, S. (Eds.). Spektrum Patholinguistik I. 1-18.

Zur Wirksamkeit der patholinguistischen Intervention bei Störungen im Pluralerwerb

Mathis, A., Kauschke, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: L.O.G.O.S. Interdisziplinär 16 (4). 280-289.

REM sleep behavior disorder and excessive startle reaction to visual stimuli in a patient with pontine lesions

Peter, A., Hansen, M. L., Merkl, A., Voigtländer, S., Bajbouj, M., Danker-Hopfe, H.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Sleep Medicine 9 (6). 697-700.

Tränenseligkeit. Das sentimentale Genießen und das melodramatische Kino

Kappelhoff, H.

Marburg: Schüren | 2008

Erschienen in: Frölich, M., Gronenborn, K., Visarius, K. (Eds.). Das Gefühl der Gefühle. Zum Kinomelodram. Arnoldshainer Filmgespräche 25. 35-58.

Psychopharmacologic treatment of personality disorders

Quante, A., Röpke, S., Merkl, A., Anghelescu, I., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Fortschritte der Neurologie Psychiatrie 76 (3). 139-148.

When vocal processing gets emotional. On the role of social orientation in relevance detection by the human amygdala

Schirmer, A., Escoffier, N., Zysset, S., Koester, D., Striano, T., von Cramon, D. Y., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 40. 1402-1410.

Ultrahigh frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in unipolar depression

Jakob, F., Brakemeier, E. L., Schommer, N. C., Quante, A., Merkl, A., Danker-Hopfe, H., Anghelescu, I., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 28 (4). 474-476.

Preliminary evidence of improvement of depressive symptoms but not impulsivity in cluster B personality disorder patients treated with quetiapine: an open label trial

Röpke, S., Merkl, A., Dams, A., Ziegenhorn, A., Anghelescu, I. G., Heuser, I., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Pharmacopsychiatry 41 (5). 176-181.

Kitsch como organon de experiencia histórica. Las indagaciones des Walter Benjamin en el campo del ''mal gusto'''

Menninghaus, W.

Mexico City: Universidas Nacional Autónoma de México/ Universidad Iberoamericana/ Goethe-Institut Mexiko | 2008

Erschienen in: Finkelde, D., Webels, E., de la Garza Camino, T., Mancera, F. (Eds.). Topografías de la modernidad. El pensamiento de Walter Benjamin. 33-59.

Quantitative und qualitative Aspekte semantischer Wortflüssigkeit bei Menschen im höheren und hohen Lebensalter mit und ohne Verdacht auf leichte kognitive Beeinträchtigungen

Kleissendorf, B., Jaecks, P., Stenneken, P.

Potsdam: - | 2008

Erschienen in: Heide, J., Hanne, S., Brandt, O. C., Fritzsche, T., Wahl, M. (Eds.). Spektrum Patholinguistik - Schwerpunktthema: Ein Kopf - Zwei Sprachen: Mehrsprachigkeit in Forschung und Therapie 2. 171-176.

Antropologia. Historia, Cultura, Filosofia

Wulf, C.

Barcelona: Anthropos Editorial | 2008

Lexikalische und visuelle Aspekte der Wortverarbeitung. Eine experimentelle Untersuchung bei Neglekt-Dyslexie

Stenneken, P., Van Eimeren, L., Keller, I., Jacobs, A.M., Kerkhoff, G.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Khader, P., Jost, K., Lachnit, H., Rösler, F. (Eds.). Beiträge zur 50. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 43.

Mimetic Learning

Wulf, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Design for Learning 1. 68-72.

Interview with Christoph Wulf (by Fredrik Lindstrand)

Wulf, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Design for Learning 1. 56-67.

Einleitung

Baader, M. S., Bilstein, J., Wulf, C.

Weinheim, Basel: Beltz | 2008

Erschienen in: Baader, M. S., Bilstein, J., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Die Kultur der Freundschaft. 7-13.

Gastfreundschaft. Zur Transformation eines Rituals

Wulf, C.

Weinheim, Basel: Beltz | 2008

Erschienen in: Baader, M. S., Bilstein, J., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Die Kultur der Freundschaft. 70-77.

Die Kultur der Freundschaft

Baader, M.S., Bilstein, J., Wulf, C. (Eds.).

Weinheim, Basel: Beltz | 2008

Das Imaginäre der Geburt. Praktiken, Narrationen und Bilder

Wulf, C., Hänsch, A., Brumlik, M. (Eds.).

München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag | 2008

Editorial

Poster, M., Wulf, C.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Paragrana. Internationale Zeitschrift für historische Anthropologie 17 (1). 11-12.

Zur Welt kommen. Rituale und Ritualisierung der Geburt

Wulf, C.

München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag | 2008

Erschienen in: Wulf, C., Hänsch, A., Brumlik, M. (Eds.). Das Imaginäre der Geburt. Praktiken, Narrationen und Bilder. 107-121.

Neurophysiological correlates of online word learning in 14-month-old infants

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 19 (18). 1757-1761.

Differences in noun and verb processing in lexical decision cannot be attributed to word form and morphological complexity alone

Kauschke, C., Stenneken, P.

- | 2008

Erschienen in: Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 37. 443-452.

Metapher

Skirl, H., Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Heidelberg: Winter | 2007

Sprache im Spannungsfeld von Erbe und Umwelt

Kauschke, C.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Die Sprachheilarbeit 52 (1). 4-16.

Similarities and variation in noun and verb acquisition - a crosslinguistic study of children learning German, Korean, and Turkish

Kauschke, C., Lee, H.-W., Pae, S.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Language and Cognitive Processes 22. 1-28.

Bimanual circling in deafferented patients: evidence for a role of visual forward models

Mechsner, F., Stenneken, P., Cole, J., Aschersleben, G., Prinz, W.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Neuropsychology 1 (2). 259-282.

Music and emotion: Electrophysiological correlates of the processing of pleasant and unpleasant music

Sammler, D., Grigutsch, M., Fritz, T., Koelsch, S.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 44 (2). 293-304.

Developmental changes in infants' processing of happy and angry facial expressions: A neurobehavioral study

Grossmann, T., Striano, T., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Brain and Cognition 64. 30-41.

A cardiac signature of emotionality

Koelsch, S., Remppis, A., Sammler, D., Jentschke, S., Mietchen, D., Fritz, T., et al.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: European Journal of Neuroscience 26 (11). 3328-3338.

Untangling syntactic and sensory processing: An ERP study of music perception

Koelsch, S., Jentschke, S., Sammler, D., Mietchen, D.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 44 (3). 476-490.

Vagus nerve stimulation improves restless legs syndrome associated with major depression: a case report

Merkl, A., Brakemeier, E.L., Danker-Hopfe, H., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 68 (4). 635-636.

Mixed episodes in bipolar disorder: a review

Merkl, A., Regen, F., Schindler, F., Krüger, S., Anghelescu, I.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Fortschritte der Neurologie Psychiatrie 75 (6). 323-330.

Split of attentional resources in human visual cortex

Morawetz, C., Holz, P., Baudewig J., Treue, S., Dechent, P.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Vis Neurosci 24 (6). 817-826.

Knowing What Others Know, Feeling What Others Feel: A Controlled Study of Cognitive and Affective Empathy in Psychotherapists

Hassenstab, J., Dziobek, I., Rogers, K., Wolf, O. T., Convit, A.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 195 (4). 277-281.

Erfahrung des Heiligen in der Oper? Zur religiösen Dimension der Affektdarstellung und übertragung im Musiktheater des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts

Risi, C.

Berlin, New York: de Gruyter | 2007

Erschienen in: Ingrid Kasten, Erika Fischer-Lichte (Eds.). Transformationen des Religiösen. Performativität und Textualität im geistlichen Spiel. 249-263.

Who cares? Revisiting empathy in Asperger syndrome

Rogers, K., Dziobek, I., Hassenstab, J., Wolf, O. T., Convit, A.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 37 (4). 709-15.

Neuronale Korrelate der Musikverarbeitung [Neural correlates of music processing]

Koelsch, S., Fritz, T.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Verhaltenstherapie & Verhaltensmedizin 28 (1). 23-38.

Musik verstehen. Eine neurowissenschaftliche Perspektive [Understanding music – A neuroscientific perspective]

Koelsch, S. &, Fritz, T.

Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp | 2007

Erschienen in: Vogel, M. (Ed.). Musikalischer Sinn. Beiträge zu einer Philosophie der Musik.

Rollenerwartung und Rollenkonflikt in Catulls erotischer Dichtung

Fuhrer, T.

Stuttgart: Steiner | 2007

Erschienen in: Hartmann, E., Hartmannm, U., Pietzner, K. (Eds.). Geschlechterdefinitionen und Geschlechtergrenzen in der Antike. 55-64.

Erwerb und Verarbeitung von Nomen und Verben

Kauschke, C.

Tübingen: Niemeyer (Reihe Linguistische Arbeiten) | 2007

Sprache und Emotion

Schwarz-Friesel, M.

Tübingen: Francke | 2007

Processing of syllables in production and recognition tasks

Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 36 (1). 65–78.

Characteristics of maternal input in relation to vocabulary development in children learning German

Kauschke, C., Klann-Delius, G.

Berlin: de Gruyter | 2007

Erschienen in: Guelzow I., Gagarina, N. (Eds.). Frequency effects in language acquisition. 181-204.

Sprachentwicklungsstörungen im Spannungsfeld von Erbe und Umwelt

Kauschke, C.

Köln: ProLog | 2007

Erschienen in: de Langen-Müller, U., Maihack, V. (Eds.). Früh genug – aber wie? Sprachförderung auf Erlass oder Sprachtherapie auf Rezept?. 50-71.

Elementary education as ritual performance. An ethnographic study in the initial phase of schooling in a mixed-age class

Kellermann, I.

Münster, New York, München, Berlin: Waxmann | 2007

Erschienen in: Suzuki, S., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Mimesis, Poiesis, and Performativity in Education. 171-189.

Einflüsse von Entwicklungsveränderungen auf die Musikwahrnehmung und die Beziehung von Musik und Sprache [The relationship of music and language and developmental influences on music perception]

Jentschke, S., Koelsch, S.

Berlin: Logos Verlag | 2007

Erschienen in: Fuchs, M. (Ed.). Singen und Lernen (Kinder- und Jugendstimme). 67-90.

Lexikalisch-semantische Entwicklungsstörungen

Kauschke, C., Rothweiler, M.

Hogrefe | 2007

Erschienen in: Schöler, H., Welling, A. (Eds.). Förderschwerpunkt Sprache. Handbuch der Pädagogik und Psychologie bei Behinderungen. 239-246.

Lexikalischer Erwerb

Rothweiler, M., Kauschke, C.

Hogrefe | 2007

Erschienen in: Schöler, H., Welling, A. (Eds.). Förderschwerpunkt Sprache. Handbuch der Pädagogik und Psychologie bei Behinderungen. 42-56.

Übertragungen. Eine Einleitung

Brandstetter, G., Brandl-Risi, B., van Eikels, K., Zellmann, U.

Freiburg i. Br.: Rombach | 2007

Erschienen in: Brandstetter, G., Brandl-Risi, B., van Eikels, K. (Eds.). Schwarm(E)Motion. Bewegung zwischen Affekt und Masse. 7-61.

Sublexical frequency measures for orthographic and phonological units in German

Hofmann, M.J., Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Behavior Research Methods 39 (3). 620-629.

The processing of prosody: Evidence of interhemispheric specialization at the age of four

Wartenburger, I., Steinbrink, J., Telkemeyer, S., Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D., Obrig, H.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Neuroimage 34 (1). 416-425.

Schwarm und Schwärmer. Übertragung in/als Choreographie

Brandstetter, G.

Freiburg i. Br.: Rombach | 2007

Erschienen in: Brandstetter, G., Brandl-Risi, B., van Eikels, K. (Eds.). Schwarm(E)Motion. Bewegung zwischen Affekt und Masse. 65-91.

Skill training and the post-treatment efficacy of dialectic behavior therapy six month after discharge of the hospital

Dams, A., Schommer, N., Röpke, S., Heuser, I., Lammers, C. H.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Psychotherapie Psychosomatik Medizinische Psychologie 57 (1). 19-24.

Die Borderline-Persönlichkeitsstörung und Selbstwert

Lammers, C. H., Röpke, S., Dulz, B.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Persönlichkeitsstörungen - Therapie und Theorie 11 (1). 31-40.

When bees hamper the production of honey: Lexical interference from associates in speech production

Abdel Rahman, R., Melinger, A.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (33). 604-614.

GABA concentrations in the human anterior cingulate cortex predict negative BOLD responses in fMRI

Northoff, G., Walter, M., Schulte, R.F., Beck, J., Dydak, U., Henning, A., Boeker, H., Grimm, S., Boesiger, P.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Nat Neurosci. 10 (12). 1515-7.

Clozapine in medication- and electroconvulsive therapy-resistant, depressed inpatients: a case series

Quante, A., Zeugmann, S., Bajbouj, M., Anghelescu, I.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 6 (27). 715-7.

Brain responses in 4-month-old infants are already language specific

Friederici, A. D., Friedrich, M., Christophe, A.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Current Biology 17. 1208-1211.

Gender-dependent association of the functional catechol-O-methyltransferase Val158Met genotype with sensation seeking personality trait

Lang, UE., Bajbouj, M., Sander, T., Gallinat, J.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Neuropsychopharmacology 9 (32). 1950-5.

Metabolic alterations in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex after treatment with high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with unipolar major depression

Luborzewski, A., Schubert, F., Seifert, F., Danker-Hopfe, H., Brakemeier, E.L., Schlattmann, P., Anghelescu, I., Colla, M., Bajbouj, M.

- | 2007

Erschienen in: Journal of Psychiatric Research 7 (41). 606-15.

Cognitive priming in sung and instrumental music: Activation of inferior frontal cortex

Tillmann, B., Koelsch, S., Escoffier, N., Bigand, E., Lalitte, P., Friederici, A. D., et al.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 31 (4). 1771-1782.

My agents love to conform: Norms and emotion in the micro-macro link

von Scheve, C., Moldt, D., Fix, J., von Luede, R.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 12 (2/3). 81-100.

Emotion-based norm enforcement and maintenance in multi-agent systems

Fix, J., von Scheve, C., Moldt, D.

New York: - | 2006

Erschienen in: Stone, P., Weiss, G. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 5th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. 105-108.

Hören und Gehört werden als körperlicher Akt. Zur feedback-Schleife in der Oper und der Erotik der Sängerstimme

Risi, C.

Berlin: Theater der Zeit | 2006

Erschienen in: Fischer-Lichte, E., Gronau, B., Schouten, S., Weiler, C. (Eds.). Wege der Wahrnehmung. Authentizität, Reflexivität und Aufmerksamkeit im zeitgenössischen Theater. 98-113.

Modeling emotions in multi-agent systems based on Petri-Net modeling technique

Fix, J., Moldt, D., von Scheve, C.

Bremen: - | 2006

Erschienen in: Reichardt, D., Levi, P., Meyer, J.-J. C. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Emotion and Computing – Current Research and Future Impact. 19-22.

A neural network reflecting individual differences in cognitive processing of emotions during perceptual decision-making

Mériau, K., Wartenburger, I., Kazzer, P., Prehn, K., Lammers, C. H., van der Meer, E., Villringer, A., Heekeren, H. R.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 15 (3). 1016-1027.

'Even simple perceptual decisions are influenced by the emotional content of a stimulus. Recent neuroimaging studies provide evidence about the neural mechanisms of perceptual decision making on emotional stimuli. However, the effect of individual differences in cognitive processing of emotions on perceptual decision making remains poorly understood. Here, we investigated how changes in the fMRI signal during perceptual decision making on facial stimuli covaried with individual differences in the ability to identify and communicate one''s emotional state. Although this personality trait covaried with changes in activity in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) during gender decisions on facial expressions, there was no correlation during emotion decisions. Further, we investigated whether individual differences in the ability to cognitively process emotions depend on differences in the functional integration of emotional and cognitive brain regions. We therefore compared task-dependent changes in effective connectivity of dACC in individuals with good and with poor ability to cognitively process emotions using a psychophysiological interaction analysis. We found greater coupling of dACC with prefrontal regions in individuals with good ability to identify and communicate their emotional state. Conversely, individuals with poor ability in this domain showed greater coupling of dACC with the amygdala. Our data indicate that individual differences in the ability to identify and communicate one''s emotional state are reflected by altered effective connectivity of the dACC with prefrontal and limbic regions. Thus, we provide neurophysiological evidence for a theoretical model that posits that a discommunication between limbic areas and the neocortex impairs cognitive processing of emotions.'

Frühintervention bei Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Kauschke, C.

München: Elsevier | 2006

Erschienen in: Siegmüller, S., Bartels, H. (Eds.). Leitfaden Sprache – Sprechen – Stimme - Schlucken. 105-110.

Late Talker

Kauschke, C.

München: Elsevier | 2006

Erschienen in: Siegmüller, S., Bartels, H. (Eds.). Leitfaden Sprache – Sprechen – Stimme - Schlucken. 65-68.

Selbst, Gedächtnis und autonoetisches Bewusstsein

Vandekerckhove, M., von Scheve, C., Markowitsch, H. J.

Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta | 2006

Erschienen in: Welzer, H., Markowitsch, H. J. (Eds.). Warum Menschen sich erinnern können. Fortschritte der interdisziplinären Gedächtnisforschung. 323-343.

Emotion als theorieleitende Kategorie in Soziologie und Informatik: Zur emotionsbasierten Modellierung von Strukturdynamiken in künstlichen und natürlichen Gesellschaften

Moldt, D., Fix, J., von Luede, R., von Scheve, C.

Hamburg: Hamburg University Press | 2006

Erschienen in: Valk, R. (Ed.). Ordnungsbildung und Erkenntnisprozesse. 103-115.

How to talk to robots: Evidence from user studies on human-robot communication

Gieselmann, P., Stenneken, P.

Report Series of the Transregional Collaborative Research Center SFB/TR 8 Spatial Cognition | 2006

Erschienen in: Fischer, K. (Ed.). How People Talk to Computers, Robots, and Other Artificial Communication Partners. 68-78.

Becoming a pupil: rituals and ritualisation in elementary education

Kellermann, I.

Münster, New York, München, Berlin: Waxmann | 2006

Erschienen in: Werler, T., Wulf, C. (Eds.). Hidden Dimensions of Education. Rhetoric, Rituals and Anthropoloy. 105-115.

Augustine on rhetoric and dialectic in theory and practice

Fuhrer, T.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Classica (Revista Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos) 19. 99-114.

Shell shocked face: Einige Überlegungen zur rituellen Funktion des US-amerikanischen Kriegsfilms

Kappelhoff, H.

München: Fink | 2006

Erschienen in: Suthor, N., Fischer-Lichte, E. (Eds.). Verklärte Körper. 69-89.

Introducing MASC: A Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition

Dziobek, I., Fleck, S., Kalbe, E., Rogers, K., Hassenstab, J., Brand, M., Kessler, J., Woike, J., Wolf, O. T., Convit, A.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 36 (5). 623-36.

Patholinguistische Therapie bei Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Siegmüller, J., Kauschke, C.

München: Elsevier | 2006

Semantic activation in action planning

Lindemann, O., Stenneken, P., van Schie, H., Bekkering, H.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (3). 633–643.

The ''amygdala theory of autism'' revisited: linking structure to behaviors

Dziobek, I., Rogers, K., Fleck, S., Wolf, O. T., Convit, A.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Neuropsychologia 44 (10). 1891-1899.

Early N400 development and later language acquisition

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 43. 1-12.

Visual proprioception in the timing of movements: Evidence from deafferentation

Stenneken, P., Prinz, W., Bosbach, S., Aschersleben, G.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 17 (5). 545-549.

Communication with robots: Evidence from a web-based experiment on human-computer interaction

Gieselmann, P., Stenneken, P.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Proceedings of the IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 118-121.

Gehirn, Musik, Plastizität und Entwicklung [Brain, music, plasticity, and development]

Jentschke, S., Koelsch, S.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 9 (5). 51-70.

The role of harmonic expectancy violations in musical emotions: Evidence from subjective, physiological, and neural responses

Steinbeis, N., Koelsch, S., Sloboda, J. A.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (8). 1380-1393.

The neural basis of language development and its impairment

Friederici, A. D.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Neuron 52. 941-952.

Processing of musical syntax tonic versus subdominant: An eventrelated potential study

Poulin-Charronat, B., Bigand, E., Koelsch, S.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (9). 1545-1554.

The effect of sensory feedback on the timing of movements: Evidence from deafferented patients

Stenneken, P., Prinz, W., Cole, J., Paillard, J., Aschersleben, G.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Brain Research 1084 (1). 123-131.

Crossmodal integration of emotional information from face and voice in the infant brain

Grossmann, T., Striano, T., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Developmental Science 9. 309-315.

Associated or dissociated effects of syllable frequency in lexical decision and naming

Conrad, M., Stenneken, P., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 13 (2). 339-345.

Auditory processing during deep propofol sedation and recovery from unconsciousness

Koelsch, S., Heinke, W., Sammler, D., Olthoff, D.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Clinical Neurophysiology 117 (8). 1746-1759.

Sprachvergleichende Studie zum Benennen und Verstehen von Nomen und Verben bei deutschen und koreanischen Kindern mit Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Lee, H. W., Pae, S., Kauschke, C.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Dogilmunhak (Koreanische Zeitschrift für Germanistik) 98. 7-26.

Spracherwerbsstörung - Hilfe für Spätzünder

Kauschke, C.

- | 2006

Erschienen in: Gehirn & Geist 6. 48-53.

Infants’ electric brain responses to emotional prosody

Grossmann, T., Striano, T., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 16 (16). 1825-1828.

Sprachliche Profile bei Kindern mit spezifischen Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Kauschke, C.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: LOGOS interdisziplinär 13 (1). 21-28.

Sex differences in the preattentative processing of vocal emotional expressions

Schirmer, A., Striano, T., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 16. 635-639.

On the role of attention for the processing of emotions in speech: Sex differences revisited

Schirmer, A., Kotz, S. A., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Cognitive Brain Research 24. 442-452.

Neurophysiological markers of early language acquisition: From syllables to sentences

Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Trends in Cognitive Science 9. 481-488.

Pitch discriminiation accuracy in musicians vs. nonmusicians: an event-related potential and behavioral study

Tervaniemi, M., Just, V., Koelsch, S., Widmann, A., Schröger, E.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Experimental Brain Research 161 (1). 1-10.

The effects of anesthetics on brain activity and cognitive function

Heinke, W., Koelsch, S.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology 18 (6). 625-631.

Phonotactic knowledge and lexical-semantic processing in one-year-olds: Brain responses to words and nonsense words in picture contexts

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17 (11). 1785-1802.

Emotional processing of harmonic expectancy violations

Steinbeis, N., Koelsch, S., Sloboda, J. A.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060. 457-461.

Investigating the relationship of music and language in children. Influences of musical training and language impairment

Jentschke, S., Koelsch, S., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060. 231-242.

Diabetes and depression

Regen, F., Merkl, A., Heuser, I., Dettling, M., Anghelescu, I.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 130 (17). 1097-1102.

Lexical priming and semantic integration reflected in the ERP of 14-month-olds

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 16 (6). 653-656.

Interaction between syntax processing in language and music: An ERP-study

Koelsch, S., Gunter, T. C., Wittfoth, M., Sammler, D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17 (10). 1565-1577.

Adults and children processing music: An fMRI study

Koelsch, S., Fritz, T., Schulze, K., Alsop, D., Schlaug, G

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 25 (4). 1068-1076.

Syllable structure and sonority in language inventory and aphasic neologisms

Stenneken, P., Bastiaanse, R., Huber, W., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 95 (2). 280-292.

In search of "master mindreaders": Are psychics superior in reading the language of the eyes?

Dziobek, I., Rogers, K., Fleck, S., Hassenstab, J., Gold, S., Wolf, O. T., Convit, A.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Brain and Cognition 58 (2). 240-44.

Frequency effects with visual words and syllables in a dyslexic reader

Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., Hutzler, F., Braun, M., Jacobs, A. M.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Behavioural Neurology 16. 103-117.

Ein neurokognitives Modell der Musikperzeption [Towards a neural basis of music perception]

Koelsch, S.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Musiktherapeutische Umschau 26 (4). 365-381.

Influence of bodily harm on neural correlates of semantic and moral decision-making

Heekeren, H. R., Wartenburger, I., Schmidt, H., Prehn, K., Schwintowski, H.-P., Villringer, A.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 24 (3). 887-897.

Moral decision-making is central to everyday social life because the evaluation of the actions of another agent or our own actions made with respect to the norms and values guides our behavior in a community. There is previous evidence that the presence of bodily harm - even if irrelevant for a decision - may affect the decision-making process. While recent neuroimaging studies found a common neural substrate of moral decision-making, the role of bodily harm has not been systematically studied so far. Here we used event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate how behavioral and neural correlates of semantic and moral decision-making processes are modulated by the presence of direct bodily harm or violence in the stimuli. Twelve participants made moral and semantic decisions about sentences describing actions of agents that either contained bodily harm or not and that could easily be judged as being good or bad or correct/incorrect, respectively. During moral and semantic decision-making, the presence of bodily harm resulted in faster response times (RT) and weaker activity in the temporal poles relative to trials devoid of bodily harm/violence, indicating a processing advantage and reduced processing depth for violence-related linguistic stimuli. Notably, there was no increase in activity in the amygdala and the posterior cingulate cortex (PCC) in response to trials containing bodily harm. These findings might be a correlate of limited generation of the semantic and emotional context in the anterior temporal poles during the evaluation of actions of another agent related to violence that is made with respect to the norms and values guiding our behavior in a community.

Les rituels. Performativité et dynamique des pratiques sociales.

Wulf, C.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Hermès. Rituel 43.

My agents love to conform: Emotions, norms, and social control in natural and artificial societies

von Scheve, C., Moldt, D., Fix, J., von Luede, R.

Hatfield: - | 2005

Erschienen in: Boella, G., van der Torre, L., Verhagen, H. (Eds.). Proceedings of the AISB’05 Convention on Social Intelligence and Interaction in Animals, Robots, and Agents, Symposium on Normative Multi-Agent Systems. 73-84.

Emotion and social structures: Towards an interdisciplinary approach

von Scheve, C., von Luede, R.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 35 (3). 303-328.

Neurokognition der Musik [Neurocognition of music]

Koelsch, S.

Bad Honnef: Hippocampus | 2005

Erschienen in: Jochims, S. (Ed.). Musiktherapie in der Neurorehabilitation – Internationale Konzepte, Forschung und Praxis. 93-114.

The Neurosciences and Music II. Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences

Avanzini, G., Lopez, L., Koelsch, S., Majno, M. (Eds.).

Danvers: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences | 2005

Spared lexical processing and reading aloud in neglect dyslexia

Stenneken, P., Van Eimeren, L., Jacobs, A.M., Keller, I., Kerkhoff, G.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Hommel, B., Band, G. P., La Heij, W., Wolters, G. (Eds.). Proceedings of the XIVth meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology. 46.

Prozesse lexikalischer Verarbeitung bei Neglect-Dyslexie

Stenneken, P., Van Eimeren, L., Jacobs, A.M., Keller, I., Kerkhoff, G.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Neuropsychologie: Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie 16. 11.

Brain signatures of musical semantics

Koelsch, S.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Nova Acta Leopoldina 92 (341). 105-111.

Das Verstehen der Bedeutung von Musik [Understanding the meaning of music]

Koelsch, S.

Dresden: Graphischer Betrieb und Verlagsgesellschaft | 2005

Erschienen in: Zimmermann, A. (Ed.). Jahrbuch der Sächsischen Akademie der Künste. 224-228.

Patterns of phoneme and syllable frequency in jargon aphasia

Stenneken, P., Hofmann, M., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 95. 221-222.

Semantic sentence processing reflected in the event-related potentials of one- and two-year-old children

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 16 (16). 1801-1804.

Lexical priming and semantic integration reflected in the ERP of 14-month-olds

Friedrich, M., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 16 (6). 653-656.

Visual word processing in patients with unilateral spatial neglect

Stenneken, P., Van Eimeren, L., Jacobs, A.M., Keller, I., Kerkhoff, G.

Göttingen: - | 2005

Erschienen in: 6th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society.

Electrophysiological correlates of reading: Item based analysis of ERP data

Hutzler, F., Bergmann, J., Conrad, M., Kronbichler, M., Stenneken, P., Jacobs, A.M.

Göttingen: - | 2005

Erschienen in: 6th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society.

The Operatic Stage as an Experimental Space for Affections. About the Concepts of Affections Asserted by Athanasius Kircher and Claudio Monteverdi

Risi, C.

Berlin: De Gruyter | 2005

Erschienen in: Schramm, H., Schwarte, L., Lazardzig, J. (Eds.). Collection – Laboratory – Theater. Scenes of Knowledge in the 17th Century. 146-161.

Investigating emotion with music: Neuroscientific approaches

Koelsch, S.

- | 2005

Erschienen in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060. 412-418.

Emotion: Theoretical investigations and Implications for Artificial Social Aggregates

von Scheve, C., Moldt, D.

Berlin: Springer | 2004

Erschienen in: Lindeman, G., Moldt, D., Paolucci, P. (Eds.). Regulated agent-based social systems. 189-209.

Neural responses towards disgusting and fear inducing clips

Sarlo, M., Palomba, D., Stark, R., Schienle, A., Aristei, S., Vaitl, D.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: International Journal of Psychophysiology (54). 59.

A neuroscientific approach to normative judgment in law and justice

Goodenough, O. R., Prehn, K.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 359 (1451). 1709-1726.

Developments in cognitive neuroscience are providing new insights into the nature of normative judgment. Traditional views in such disciplines as philosophy, religion, law, psychology and economics have differed over the role and usefulness of intuition and emotion in judging blameworthiness. Cognitive psychology and neurobiology provide new tools and methods for studying questions of normative judgment. Recently, a consensus view has emerged, which recognizes important roles for emotion and intuition and which suggests that normative judgment is a distributed process in the brain. Testing this approach through lesion and scanning studies has linked a set of brain regions to such judgment, including the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, orbitofrontal cortex, posterior cingulate cortex and posterior superior temporal sulcus. Better models of emotion and intuition will help provide further clarification of the processes involved. The study of law and justice is less well developed. We advance a model of law in the brain which suggests that law can recruit a wider variety of sources of information and paths of processing than do the intuitive moral responses that have been studied so far. We propose specific hypotheses and lines of further research that could help test this approach.

Neural correlates of syntactic transformations

Wartenburger, I., Heekeren, H. R., Burchert, F., Heinemann, S., De Bleser, R., Villringer, A.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Human Brain Mapping 22 (1). 72-81.

Timing of bimanual movements and deafferentation: Implications for the role of sensory movement effects

Drewing, K., Stenneken, P., Cole, J., Prinz, W., Aschersleben, G.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Experimental Brain Research 158. 50-57.

Inhibitory effects of first syllable-frequency in lexical decision: An event-related potential study

Hutzler, F., Bergmann, J., Conrad, M., Kronbichler, M., Stenneken, P., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Neuroscience Letters 372 (3). 179 - 184.

Semantische Entwicklung am Beispiel kindlicher Fehlbenennungen

Kauschke C., Stan A.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Linguistische Berichte 198. 191-219.

Sprachvergleichende Studie zum Benennen und Verstehen von Nomen und Verben bei deutschen und koreanischen Kindern

Lee, H. W., Pae, S., Kauschke, C.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Dogilmunhak (Koreanische Zeitschrift für Germanistik) 92 (4). 366-384.

Music perception in cochlear implant users: An event-related potential study

Koelsch, S., Wittfoth, M., Wolf, A., Müller, J., Hahne, A.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Clinical Neurophysiology 115 (4). 966-972.

Sequential effects of increasing propofol sedation on frontal and temporal cortices as indexed by auditory event-related potentials

Heinke, W., Kenntner, R., Gunter, T. C., Sammler, D., Olthoff, D., Koelsch, S.

- | 2004

Erschienen in: Anesthesiology 100 (3). 617-625.

Sprachtherapie bei Kindern zwischen 2 und 4 Jahren – ein Überblick über Ansätze und Methoden

Kauschke, C.

Köln: ProLog | 2003

Erschienen in: de Langen-Müller, U., Iven, C., Maihack, V. (Eds.). Früh genug, zu früh, zu spät? Modelle und Methoden zur Diagnostik und Therapie sprachlicher Entwicklungsstörungen von 0 bis 4 Jahren. 152-183.

Visual processing of sublexical units in dyslexia

Stenneken, P., Conrad, M., Goldenberg, G., Jacobs, A.M.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Brain and Language 87. 137-138.

Die zeitliche Steuerung bimanueller Bewegungen bei einem deafferentierten Probanden

Drewing, K., Stenneken, P., Cole, J., Aschersleben, G.

Kiel: - | 2003

Erschienen in: Golz, J., Faul, F., Mausfeld, R. (Eds.). Experimentelle Psychologie. Abstracts der 45. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 170.

Coordinating movements in time: The role of sensory movement consequences

Stenneken, P., Cole, J., Paillard, J., Prinz, W., Aschersleben, G.

Berlin: - | 2003

Erschienen in: Joint Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society and the German Neuropsychological Society (GNP), Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 9 (4).

Early setting of grammatical processing in the bilingual brain

Wartenburger, I., Heekeren, H. R., Abutalebi, J., Cappa, S. F., Villringer, A., Perani, D.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Neuron 37. 159–170.

Grammaticality judgments on sentences with and without movement of phrasal constituents - an event-related fMRI-study

Wartenburger, I., Heekeren, H. R., Burchert, F., De Bleser, R., Villringer, A.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Journal of Neurolinguistics 16 (4-5). 301-314.

Toward the neural basis of processing structure in music: Comparative results of different neurophysiological investigation methods

Koelsch, S., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 999. 15-28.

Der Erwerb der Kategorien Nomen und Verb im Deutschen und Koreanischen – eine sprachvergleichende Untersuchung

Kauschke, C.

Peter Lang | 2003

Erschienen in: Haberzettl, S., Wegener, H. (Eds.). Spracherwerb und Konzeptualisierung.

Entwicklung, Störungen und Diagnostik lexikalischer Prozesse - Wortverständnis und Wortproduktion

Kauschke, C.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Sprache - Stimme - Gehör 27. 110-118.

Functional assessment of Broca's area using near infrared spectroscopy in humans

Cannestra, A. F., Wartenburger, I., Obrig, H., Villringer, A., Toga, A. W.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Neuroreport 14 (15). 1961-1965.

Electric brain responses reveal gender differences in music processing

Koelsch, S., Maess, B., Grossmann, T., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 14 (5). 709-713.

Antizipative Steuerung von Bewegungen bei Probanden mit somatosensorischen Ausfällen

Stenneken, P., Cole, J., Paillard, J., Aschersleben, G.

Kiel: - | 2003

Erschienen in: Golz, J., Faul, F., Mausfeld, R. (Eds.). Experimentelle Psychologie. Abstracts der 45. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 127.

Acquisition and loss of nouns and verbs: parallel or divergent patterns?

De Bleser, R., Kauschke, C.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Journal of Neurolinguistics 16 (2-3). 213-229.

Messungen des Erwerbsalters für konkrete Nomina

Schröder, A., Kauschke, C., De Bleser, R.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Neurolinguistik 17 (2). 83-114.

Neurophysiologie der Musikwahrnehmung bei Kindern

Koelsch, S., Grossmann, T.

Mainz: Schott | 2003

Erschienen in: Bastian, H. G., Kreutz, G. (Eds.). Musik und Humanität.

Auch Nichtmusiker sind musikalisch. Untersuchungen zum Gehirn von Musikern und Nichtmusikern

Koelsch, S.

Zürich: Chronos | 2003

Erschienen in: Landau, A., Stulz, P. (Eds.). Musik und Medizin.

Children processing music: Electric brain responses reveal musical competence and gender differences

Koelsch, S., Grossmann, T., Gunter, T. C., Hahne, A., Schröger, E., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 15 (5). 683-693.

Processing tonal modulations: An ERP study

Koelsch, S., Gunter, T. C., Schröger, E., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2003

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 15 (8). 1149-1159.

Entwicklung und Störungen des Verblexikons

Kauschke, C.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Forum Logopädie 16 (2). 6-10.

Early lexical development in German: a study on vocabulary growth and vocabulary composition during the second and third year of life

Kauschke, C., Hofmeister, C.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Journal of Child Language 29. 735-757.

Attribution and adaptation: The case of social norms and emotion in human-agent interaction

Moldt, D., von Scheve, C.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Marsh, S., Meech, J. F., Nowell, L., Dautenhahn, K. (Eds.). Proceedings of The Philosophy and Design of Socially Adept Technologies. 39-41.

Der patholinguistische Ansatz in der Therapie bei spezifischen Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Kauschke, C.

Halle: - | 2002

Erschienen in: Phänomen Sprache. Kongressbericht der XXV. Arbeits- und Fortbildungstagung der deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachheilpädagogik. 322-331.

Die zeitliche Steuerung von Bewegungen: Wahrgenommene vs. vorhergesagte sensorische Handlungskonsequenzen

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

Berlin: - | 2002

Erschienen in: van der Meer, E., Hagendorf, H., Beyer, R., Krüger, F., Nuthmann, A., Schulz, S. (Eds.). 43. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie. 174.

How can I model in my head the repeat movement? The timing of actions in a case of somatosensory deafferentation

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

Poitier: - | 2002

Erschienen in: Toussaint, L., Boulinguez, P. (Eds.). International Congress Movement, Attention & Perception: Proceedings. 108.

Temporal coordination of simple movements

Aschersleben, G., Drewing, K., Stenneken, P.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Cognitive Processing 3. 37-60.

Self-induced versus reactive triggering of synchronous movements. A comparative study with a deafferented patient

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Psychological Research 66 (1). 40-49.

Procedural learning and striatofrontal dysfunction in Parkinson's disease

Sarazin, M., Deweer, B., Merkl, A., von Poser, N., Pillon, B., Dubois, B.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Movement Disorders Journal 17 (12). 265-273.

Electric brain responses to inappropriate harmonies during listening to expressive music

Koelsch, S., Mulder, J.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Clinical Electroencephalography 113 (6). 862-869.

Timing mechanisms in sensorimotor synchronization: Intersensory integration of action effects

Aschersleben, G., Stenneken, P., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

Oxford: University Press | 2002

Erschienen in: Prinz, W., Hommel, B. (Eds.). Attention and performance XIX. Common mechanisms in perception and action. 227-244.

Sich seiner Gefühle bewußt werden. Sprache, Bewußtheit und Selbstaufmerksamkeit

Klann-Delius, G.

Stuttgart: Kohlhammer | 2002

Erschienen in: von Salisch, M. (Ed.). Emotionale Kompetenz entwickeln. 93-110.

Effects of musical expertise on the early right anterior negativity: An event-related brain potential study

Koelsch, S., Schmidt, B. H., Kansok, J.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 39 (5). 657-663.

Emotions in hybrid social aggregates

Moldt, D., von Scheve, C.

Stuttgart: Teubner | 2002

Erschienen in: Herczeg, M., Prinz, W., Oberquelle, H. (Eds.). Mensch und Computer 2002. Vom interaktiven Werkzeug zu kooperativen Arbeits- und Lernwelten. 343-352.

Bach speaks: A cortical language-network serves the processing of music

Koelsch, S., Gunter, T. C., von Cramon, D. Y., Zysset, S., Lohmann, G., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: NeuroImage 17 (2). 956-966.

Zeitliche Steuerung von Handlungen durch die Vorhersage ihrer sensorischen Konsequenzen?

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

Chemnitz: - | 2002

Erschienen in: Baumann, M., Keinath, A., Krems, J. F. (Eds.). Experimentelle Psychologie. Abstracts der 44. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 216.

Music matters: Preattentive musicality of the human brain

Koelsch, S., Schröger, E., Gunter, T. C.

- | 2002

Erschienen in: Psychophysiology 39 (1). 38-48.

Emotional actions for emotional agents

Moldt, D., von Scheve, C.

York: - | 2001

Erschienen in: 'Johnson, C. G. (Ed.). Proceedings of the AISB''01 Symposium on Emotion, Cognition, and Affective Computing. 121-128.'

Procedural learning and Parkinson disease: implication of striato-frontal loops

Sarazin, M., Deweer, B., Pillon, B., Merkl, A., Dubois, B.

- | 2001

Erschienen in: Revue Neurologique 157 (12). 1513-1518.

Emotions and multimodal interface-agents: A sociological view

Moldt, D., von Scheve, C.

Stuttgart: Teubner | 2001

Erschienen in: Oberquelle, H., Oppermann, R., Krause, J. (Eds.). Mensch & Computer 2001. 287-295.

Normal and delayed lexical acquisition in German

Kauschke, C.

Lyon: - | 2001

Erschienen in: Proceedings of the international conference: Early lexicon acquisition: normal and pathological development.

Einstieg in die Grammatikentwicklung über das Verblexikon – ein Therapiebeispiel

Kauschke, C., Konopatsch, S.

- | 2001

Erschienen in: LOGOS interdisziplinär 4. 280-293.

Zeitliche Steuerung von Bewegungen: Eine Fallstudie mit einem Deafferentierten Patienten

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

Regensburg: - | 2001

Erschienen in: Zimmer, A., Lange, K., Bäuml, K.-H., Loose, R., Scheuchenpflug, R., Tucha, O., Schnell, H., Findl, R. (Eds.). Experimentelle Psychologie. Abstracts der 43. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 144.

The relevance of proprioception in action timing studied in a case of deafferentation

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J., Prinz, W.

Orlando, USA: - | 2001

Erschienen in: 42nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society 6. 80.

Differentiating ERAN and MMN: An ERP study

Koelsch, S., Gunter, T. C., Schröger, E., Tervaniemi, M., Sammler, D., Friederici, A. D.

- | 2001

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 12 (7). 1385-1389.

Zur Rolle auditiven und taktil-kinästhetischen Feedbacks in Sprech- und Tappingbewegungen

Stenneken, P.

Huber | 2000

Erschienen in: Müller, K., Aschersleben, G. (Eds.). Rhythmusforschung. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. 219-224.

Brain indices of music processing: Non-musicians are musical

Koelsch, S., Gunter, T. C., Friederici, A. D., Schröger, E.

- | 2000

Erschienen in: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 12 (3). 520-541.

Rezension zu A. Stenzel: Die Entwicklung der syntaktischen Kategorien Nomen und Verb

Kauschke, C.

- | 2000

Erschienen in: Deutsch als Fremdsprache 4. 248-249.

Soziologisch adäquate Modellierung emotionaler Agenten

Moldt, D., von Scheve, C.

Osnabrück: - | 2000

Erschienen in: Mueller, M. (Ed.). Benutzermodellierung: Zwischen Kognition und Maschinellem Lernen. 117-131.

Tapping without proprioception: A case study in sensorimotor synchronization

Prinz, W., Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G., Cole, J.

New Orleans, USA: - | 2000

Erschienen in: 41st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society 5.

Die Rolle sensorischer Rückmeldung bei der zeitlichen Steuerung von Bewegungen: Reaktive vs. selbst-initiierte synchrone Bewegungen verschiedener Effektoren

Stenneken, P., Aschersleben, G.

Braunschweig: - | 2000

Erschienen in: Vorberg, D., Fuchs, A., Futterer, T., Heinecke, A., Heinrich, U., Mattler, U., Töllner, S. (Eds.). Experimentelle Psychologie. 42. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 163.

Sprache und Kommunikation

Stenneken, P.

Stuttgart: Thieme | 1999

Erschienen in: Götze, R., Höfer, B. (Eds.). AOT. Alltagsorientierte Therapie. 59-76.

Superior pre-attentive auditory processing in musicians

Koelsch, S., Schröger, E., Tervaniemi, M.

- | 1999

Erschienen in: NeuroReport 10 (6). 1309-1313.

Früher Wortschatzerwerb im Deutschen: eine empirische Studie zum Entwicklungsverlauf und zur Komposition des kindlichen Lexikons

Kauschke, C.

Tübingen: Francke | 1999

Erschienen in: Meibauer, J., Rothweiler, M. (Eds.). Das Lexikon im Spracherwerb. 128-157.

Beobachtungsbögen zur Strukturierung von Hospitationseinheiten

Spitzer, H., Kauschke, C., Ahrens, J., Wagner, A., Toren, T., Sonntag, K., Siegmüller, J., Schulze-Jena, A.

- | 1998

Erschienen in: Forum Logopädie 3. 21-23.

Zur Terminologie und Klassifikation bei Sprachentwicklungsstörungen

Kauschke, C.

- | 1998

Erschienen in: Die Sprachheilarbeit 4. 183-189.

The acquisition of verbal expressions for internal states in German. A descriptive, explorative, longitudinal study

Kauschke, C., Klann-Delius, G.

Amsterdam: Benjamins | 1997

Erschienen in: Niemeier, S., Dirven, R. (Eds.). The Language of Emotions. 173-194.

Phonetische und phonologische Aspekte in der Diagnostik und Therapie von Aussprachestörungen

Kauschke, C.

- | 1996

Erschienen in: Die Sprachheilarbeit 5. 321-331.

How emotional abilities modulate the influence of early life stress on hippocampal functioning

Aust, S., Alkan Härtwig, E., Koelsch, S., Heekeren, H. R., Heuser, I., Bajbouj, M.

Erschienen in: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. doi:10.1093/scan/nst078