Antonius Wiehler

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2016- Motivation Brain Behavior ICM (Brain and Spine Institute) 
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Chakroun K, Mathar D, Wiehler A, et al. (2020) Dopaminergic modulation of the exploration/exploitation trade-off in human decision-making. Elife. 9
Mathar D, Wiehler A, Chakroun K, et al. (2018) A potential link between gambling addiction severity and central dopamine levels: Evidence from spontaneous eye blink rates. Scientific Reports. 8: 13371
Peters J, Wiehler A, Bromberg U. (2017) Quantitative text feature analysis of autobiographical interview data: prediction of episodic details, semantic details and temporal discounting. Scientific Reports. 7: 14989
Wiehler A, Petzschner FH, Stephan KE, et al. (2017) Episodic Tags Enhance Striatal Valuation Signals during Temporal Discounting in pathological Gamblers. Eneuro. 4
Chien S, Wiehler A, Spezio M, et al. (2016) Congruence of Inherent and Acquired Values Facilitates Reward-Based Decision-Making. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 5003-12
Wiehler A, Bromberg U, Peters J. (2015) The Role of Prospection in Steep Temporal Reward Discounting in Gambling Addiction. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 6: 112
Ellerbrock I, Wiehler A, Arndt M, et al. (2015) Nocebo context modulates long-term habituation to heat pain and influences functional connectivity of the operculum. Pain. 156: 2222-33
Bromberg U, Wiehler A, Peters J. (2015) Episodic Future Thinking Is Related to Impulsive Decision Making in Healthy Adolescents. Child Development. 86: 1458-68
Roewer I, Wiehler A, Peters J. (2015) Nicotine deprivation, temporal discounting and choice consistency in heavy smokers. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 103: 62-76
Wiehler A, Peters J. (2015) Reward-based decision making in pathological gambling: the roles of risk and delay. Neuroscience Research. 90: 3-14
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