Johannes S. Hewig

Biological and Clinical Psychology Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Thüringen, Germany 
individual differences, reinforcement learning, errror processing, decision-making
"Johannes Hewig"
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Ziebell P, Rodrigues J, Forster A, et al. (2023) Inhibition of midfrontal theta with transcranial ultrasound explains greater approach versus withdrawal behavior in humans. Brain Stimulation
Rodrigues J, Ruthenberg P, Mussel P, et al. (2022) Never mind losing the pound… still got the penny! The influence of trait greed on risky decision behavior in a mixed and gain only BART. Current Psychology (New Brunswick, N.J.). 1-11
Mussel P, Weiß M, Rodrigues J, et al. (2022) Neural correlates of successful costly punishment in the Ultimatum game on a trial-by-trial basis. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 17: 590-597
Weiß M, Bille D, Rodrigues J, et al. (2020) Age-Related Differences in Emoji Evaluation. Experimental Aging Research. 1-17
Rodrigues J, Liesner M, Reutter M, et al. (2020) It's costly punishment, not altruistic: Low midfrontal theta and state anger predict punishment. Psychophysiology. 57
Weiß M, Mussel P, Hewig J. (2020) Smiling as negative feedback affects social decision-making and its neural underpinnings. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Weiß M, Mussel P, Hewig J. (2019) The value of a real face: Differences between affective faces and emojis in neural processing and their social influence on decision-making. Social Neuroscience
Mussel P, Hewig J. (2019) A neural perspective on when and why trait greed comes at the expense of others. Scientific Reports. 9: 10985
Reutter M, Hewig J, Wieser MJ, et al. (2019) Attentional bias modification in social anxiety: Effects on the N2pc component. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 120: 103404
Weiß M, Gutzeit J, Rodrigues J, et al. (2019) Do emojis influence social interactions? Neural and behavioral responses to affective emojis in bargaining situations. Psychophysiology. e13321
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