Johannes S. Hewig

Affiliations: 
Biological and Clinical Psychology Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Thüringen, Germany 
Area:
individual differences, reinforcement learning, errror processing, decision-making
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Weiß M, Bille D, Rodrigues J, et al. (2020) Age-Related Differences in Emoji Evaluation. Experimental Aging Research. 1-17
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
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
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
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
Mussel P, Hewig J, Weiß M. (2018) The reward-like nature of social cues that indicate successful altruistic punishment. Psychophysiology. e13093
Ulrich N, Hewig J. (2017) Electrophysiological correlates of near outcome and outcome sequence processing in problem gamblers and controls. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 132: 379-392
Schmidt B, Mussel P, Osinsky R, et al. (2017) Work first then play: Prior task difficulty increases motivation-related brain responses in a risk game. Biological Psychology. 126: 82-88
Andreatta M, Michelmann S, Pauli P, et al. (2017) Learning processes underlying avoidance of negative outcomes. Psychophysiology
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