Wolfgang H. R. Miltner

Affiliations: 
Biological and Clinical Psychology Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Thüringen, Germany 
Area:
pain, error processing, decision-making, reinforcement learning, hypnosis, anxiety, motor rehabilitation
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Lin H, Müller-Bardorff M, Gathmann B, et al. (2020) Stimulus arousal drives amygdalar responses to emotional expressions across sensory modalities. Scientific Reports. 10: 1898
Schmidt B, Kessler L, Holroyd CB, et al. (2019) Wearing a bike helmet leads to less cognitive control, revealed by lower frontal midline theta power and risk indifference. Psychophysiology. e13458
Ritter A, Franz M, Miltner WHR, et al. (2019) How words impact on pain. Brain and Behavior. e01377
Schmidt B, Keßler L, Hecht H, et al. (2018) What you give is what you get: Payment of one randomly selected trial induces risk-aversion and decreases brain responses to monetary feedback. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Geisler M, Eichelkraut L, Miltner WHR, et al. (2018) Expectation of exercise in trained athletes results in a reduction of central processing to nociceptive stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research
Sens E, Franz M, Preul C, et al. (2018) Effects of Temporary Functional Deafferentation in Chronic Stroke Patients: Who Profits More? Neural Plasticity. 2018: 7392024
Peterburs J, Hofmann D, Becker MPI, et al. (2018) The role of the cerebellum for feedback processing and behavioral switching in a reversal-learning task. Brain and Cognition. 125: 142-148
Schmidt B, Kanis H, Holroyd CB, et al. (2018) Anxious gambling: Anxiety is associated with higher frontal midline theta predicting less risky decisions. Psychophysiology. e13210
Müller-Bardorff M, Bruchmann M, Mothes-Lasch M, et al. (2018) Early brain responses to affective faces: A simultaneous EEG-fMRI study. Neuroimage
Dietrich C, Nehrdich S, Seifert S, et al. (2018) Leg Prosthesis With Somatosensory Feedback Reduces Phantom Limb Pain and Increases Functionality. Frontiers in Neurology. 9: 270
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