Hans Schroder

Psychology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
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Pontifex MB, Parks AC, Delli Paoli AG, et al. (2021) The effect of acute exercise for reducing cognitive alterations associated with individuals high in anxiety. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Fitzgerald KD, Schroder HS, Marsh R. (2020) Cognitive Control in Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive and Anxiety Disorders: Brain-Behavioral Targets for Early Intervention. Biological Psychiatry
Schroder HS, Callahan CP, Gornik AE, et al. (2019) The Fixed Mindset of Anxiety Predicts Future Distress: A Longitudinal Study. Behavior Therapy. 50: 710-717
Gandhi AU, Dawood S, Schroder HS. (2017) Empathy Mind-Set Moderates the Association Between Low Empathy and Social Aggression. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 886260517747604
Schroder HS, Clark DA, Moser JS. (2017) Screening for Problematic Worry in Adults With a Single Item From the Penn State Worry Questionnaire. Assessment. 1073191117694453
Danovitch JH, Fisher M, Schroder H, et al. (2017) Intelligence and Neurophysiological Markers of Error Monitoring Relate to Children's Intellectual Humility. Child Development
Schroder HS, Moran TP, Moser JS. (2017) The effect of expressive writing on the error-related negativity among individuals with chronic worry. Psychophysiology
Ellis JD, Schroder HS, Patrick CJ, et al. (2017) Emotional reactivity and regulation in individuals with psychopathic traits: Evidence for a disconnect between neurophysiology and self-report. Psychophysiology
Dawood S, Schroder HS, Donnellan MB, et al. (2017) Pathological Narcissism and Nonsuicidal Self-Injury. Journal of Personality Disorders. 1-22
Schroder HS, Fisher ME, Lin Y, et al. (2017) Neural evidence for enhanced attention to mistakes among school-aged children with a growth mindset. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 24: 42-50
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