Managing Director

Prof. Dr. Tania Singer
Prof. Dr. Tania Singer
Director
Phone: +49 341 9940-149
Fax: +49 341 9940-2356

Secretariat

Sandra Zurborg, PhD
Scientific assistant
Phone: +49 341 9940-2561
Fax: +49 341 9940-2547
Nicole Lorenz
Personal assistant
Phone: +49 341 9940-149
Fax: +49 341 9940-2356

Newest Publications

Lumma, A.-L.; Böckler, A.; Vrticka, P.; Singer, T.: Who am I? Differential effects of three contemplative mental trainings on emotional word use in self-descriptions. Self and Identity (accepted)
Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Schreiber, J.; Singer, T.; Steinbeis, N.; Friederici, A. D.: White matter maturation is associated with the emergence of Theory of Mind in early childhood. Nature Communications (accepted)
Kok, B. E.; Singer, T.: Effects of contemplative dyads on engagement and perceived social connectedness over 9 months of mental training: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA Psychiatry (2016)
Bornemann, B.; Singer, T.: Taking time to feel our body: Steady increases in heartbeat perception accuracy and decreases in alexithymia over 9 months of contemplative mental training. Psychophysiology (2016)

Department of Social Neuroscience

Publications

Journal Article (166)

  1. 2017
    Böckler, A.; Sharifi, M.; Kanske, P.; Dziobek, I.; Singer, T.: Social decision making in narcissism: Reduced generosity and increased retaliation are driven by alterations in perspective-taking and anger. Personality and Individual Differences 104, pp. 1 - 7 (2017)
  2. Engen, H. G.; Smallwood, J.; Singer, T.: Differential impact of emotional task relevance on three indices of prioritised processing for fearful and angry facial expressions. Cognition & Emotion 31 (1), pp. 175 - 184 (2017)
  3. Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Schreiber, J.; Singer, T.; Steinbeis, N.; Friederici, A. D.: White matter maturation is associated with the emergence of Theory of Mind in early childhood. Nature Communications (accepted)
  4. Lumma, A.-L.; Böckler, A.; Vrticka, P.; Singer, T.: Who am I? Differential effects of three contemplative mental trainings on emotional word use in self-descriptions. Self and Identity (accepted)
  5. 2016
    Baez, S.; Kanske, P.; Matallana, D.; Montanes, P.; Reyes, P.; Slachevsky, A.; Matus, C.; Vigliecca, N. S.; Torralva, T.; Manes, F. et al.; Ibanez, A.: Integration of intention and outcome for moral judgment in frontotemporal dementia: Brain structural signatures. Neurodegenerative Diseases 16 (3-4), pp. 206 - 217 (2016)
  6. Baker, J. M.; Liu, N.; Cui, X.; Vrticka, P.; Saggar, M.; Hosseini, S. M. H.; Reiss, A. L.: Sex differences in neural and behavioral signatures of cooperation revealed by fNIRS hyperscanning. Scientific Reports (2016)
  7. Bonhage, C.; Weber, F.; Exner, C.; Kanske, P.: Thinking about thinking: Neural mechanisms and effects on memory. NeuroImage 127, pp. 203 - 214 (2016)
  8. Bornemann, B.; Kok, B. E.; Böckler, A.; Singer, T.: Helping from the heart: Voluntary upregulation of heart rate variability predicts altruistic behavior. Biological Psychology 119, pp. 54 - 63 (2016)
  9. Bornemann, B.; Singer, T.: Taking time to feel our body: Steady increases in heartbeat perception accuracy and decreases in alexithymia over 9 months of contemplative mental training. Psychophysiology (2016)
  10. Bosworth, S. J.; Singer, T.; Snower, D. J.: Cooperation, motivation and social balance. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 126, pp. 72 - 94 (2016)
  11. Böckler, A.; Eskenazi, T.; Sebanz, N.; Rueschemeyer, S.-A.: (How) observed eye-contact modulates gaze following: An fMRI study. Cognitive Neuroscience 7 (1-4), pp. 55 - 66 (2016)
  12. Böckler, A.; Tusche, A.; Singer, T.: The structure of human prosociality: Differentiating altruistically motivated, norm motivated, strategically motivated and self-reported prosocial behavior. Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (6), pp. 530 - 541 (2016)
  13. Corradi-Dell’Acqua, C.; Tusche, A.; Vuilleumier, P.; Singer, T.: Cross-modal representations of first-hand and vicarious pain, disgust and fairness in insular and cingulate cortex. Nature Communications (2016)
  14. Dedovic, K.; Giebl, S.; Duchesne, A.; Lue, S. D.; Andrews, J.; Efanov, S.; Engert, V.; Beaudry, T.; Baldwin, M. W.; Pruessner, J. C.: Psychological, endocrine, and neural correlates of attentional bias in subclinical depression. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping 29 (5), pp. 479 - 496 (2016)
  15. Engen, H. G.; Singer, T.: Affect and motivation are critical in constructive meditation. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 20 (3), pp. 159 - 160 (2016)
  16. Engen, H.; Kanske, P.; Singer, T.: The neural component-process architecture of endogenously generated emotion. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (2016)
  17. Engert, V.; Koester, A. M.; Riepenhausen, A.; Singer, T.: Boosting recovery rather than buffering reactivity: Higher stress-induced oxytocin secretion is associated with increased cortisol reactivity and faster vagal recovery after acute psychosocial stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology 74, pp. 111 - 120 (2016)
  18. Grosse Wiesmann, C.; Friederici, A. D.; Singer, T.; Steinbeis, N.: Implicit and explicit false belief development in preschool children. Developmental Science (2016)
  19. Hildebrandt, L.; McCall, C.; Engen, H. G.; Singer, T.: Cognitive flexibility, heart rate variability, and resilience predict fine-grained regulation of arousal during prolonged threat. Psychophysiology 53 (6), pp. 880 - 890 (2016)
  20. Hoffmann, F.; Köhne, S.; Steinbeis, N.; Dziobek, I.; Singer, T.: Preserved self-other distinction during empathy in autism is linked to network integrity of right supramarginal gyrus. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (2), pp. 637 - 648 (2016)
 
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