Thomas Straube

Biological and Clinical Psychology Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Thüringen, Germany 
attention, anxiety, pain, conditioning, face processing
"Thomas Straube"
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Schindler S, Meyer S, Bruchmann M, et al. (2022) Fearful faces straight ahead or in the periphery: Early neuronal responses independently of trait anxiety. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Bruchmann M, Fahnemann K, Schindler S, et al. (2022) Early neural potentiation to centrally and peripherally presented fear-conditioned faces. Psychophysiology. e14215
Schindler S, Richter TS, Bruchmann M, et al. (2022) Effects of task load, spatial attention, and trait anxiety on neuronal responses to fearful and neutral faces. Psychophysiology. e14114
Schindler S, Heinemann J, Bruchmann M, et al. (2022) No trait anxiety influences on early and late differential neuronal responses to aversively conditioned faces across three different tasks. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Lin H, Miltner WHR, Straube T. (2021) Trait anxiety predicts amygdalar responses during direct processing of threat-related pictures. Scientific Reports. 11: 18469
Dellert T, Müller-Bardorff M, Schlossmacher I, et al. (2021) Dissociating the neural correlates of consciousness and task relevance in face perception using simultaneous EEG-fMRI. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Böhnlein J, Leehr EJ, Roesmann K, et al. (2021) Neural processing of emotional facial stimuli in specific phobia: An fMRI study. Depression and Anxiety
Steinweg AL, Schindler S, Bruchmann M, et al. (2021) Reduced early fearful face processing during perceptual distraction in high trait anxious participants. Psychophysiology. e13819
Schindler S, Bruchmann M, Straube T. (2020) Imagined veridicality of social feedback amplifies early and late brain responses. Social Neuroscience
Siminski N, Böhme S, Zeller JBM, et al. (2020) BNST and amygdala activation to threat: effects of temporal predictability and threat mode. Behavioural Brain Research. 112883
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