Carl Michael Galang

Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Social Neuroscience
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Sukhvinder Obhi grad student 2015-2020 McMaster University
Marcel Brass post-doc 2022- HU Berlin
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Galang CM, Obhi SS. (2022) Empathic pain observation does not influence automatic imitation in an online setting. Experimental Brain Research. 241: 263-276
Galang CM, Malik R, Kinley I, et al. (2021) Studying sense of agency online: Can intentional binding be observed in uncontrolled online settings? Consciousness and Cognition. 95: 103217
Galang CM, Johnson D, Obhi SS. (2021) Exploring the Relationship Between Empathy, Self-Construal Style, and Self-Reported Social Distancing Tendencies During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 588934
Galang CM, Jenkins M, Fahim G, et al. (2021) Exploring the relationship between social power and the ERP components of empathy for pain. Social Neuroscience
Galang CM, Pichtikova M, Sanders T, et al. (2021) Investigating the effects of pain observation on approach and withdrawal actions. Experimental Brain Research
Galang CM, Obhi SS. (2020) To Move or Not to Move: Motor cortical output is enhanced during pain observation regardless of motor preparation state. Journal of Neurophysiology
Galang CM, Obhi SS. (2020) Automatic imitation does not predict levels of prosocial behaviour in a modified dictator game. Acta Psychologica. 204: 103022
Galang CM, Jenkins M, Obhi SS. (2019) Exploring the effects of visual perspective on the ERP components of empathy for pain. Social Neuroscience. 1-13
Galang CM, Obhi SS. (2019) Please empathize! Instructions to empathise strengthen response facilitation after pain observation. Cognition & Emotion. 1-13
Galang CM, Obhi SS. (2019) Social power and frontal alpha asymmetry. Cognitive Neuroscience. 10: 44-56
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