Bernadette von Dawans, Ph.D

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Psychology University of Trier 
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Vatheuer CC, Vehlen A, von Dawans B, et al. (2021) Gaze behavior is associated with the cortisol response to acute psychosocial stress in the virtual TSST. Journal of Neural Transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996)
von Dawans B, Zimmer P, Domes G. (2021) Effects of glucose intake on stress reactivity in young, healthy men. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 126: 105062
von Dawans B, Strojny J, Domes G. (2021) The effects of acute stress and stress hormones on social cognition and behavior: Current state of research and future directions. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 121: 75-88
Pastötter B, von Dawans B, Domes G, et al. (2020) The Forward Testing Effect is Immune to Acute Psychosocial Encoding/Retrieval Stress. Experimental Psychology. 67: 112-122
von Dawans B, Spenthof I, Zimmer P, et al. (2020) Acute Psychosocial Stress Modulates the Detection Sensitivity for Facial Emotions. Experimental Psychology. 67: 140-149
Domes G, Ower N, von Dawans B, et al. (2019) Effects of intranasal oxytocin administration on empathy and approach motivation in women with borderline personality disorder: a randomized controlled trial. Translational Psychiatry. 9: 328
von Dawans B, Trueg A, Kirschbaum C, et al. (2018) Acute social and physical stress interact to influence social behavior: The role of social anxiety. Plos One. 13: e0204665
Naumann E, Svaldi J, Wyschka T, et al. (2018) Stress-induced body dissatisfaction in women with binge eating disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 127: 548-558
von Dawans B, Fischbacher U, Kirschbaum C, et al. (2012) The social dimension of stress reactivity: acute stress increases prosocial behavior in humans. Psychological Science. 23: 651-60
Chen FS, Kumsta R, von Dawans B, et al. (2011) Common oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) polymorphism and social support interact to reduce stress in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 19937-42
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