Department of Neuropsychology

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Journal Article (6)

  1. Journal Article
    Hellrung, L.; Dietrich, A.; Hollmann, M.; Pleger, B.; Kalberlah, C.; Roggenhofer, E.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Intermittent compared to continuous real-time fMRI neurofeedback boosts control over amygdala activation. NeuroImage 166, pp. 198 - 208 (2018)
  2. Journal Article
    Sjoerds, Z.; Dietrich, A.; Deserno, L.; De Wit, S.; Villringer, A.; Heinze, H.-J.; Schlagenhauf, F.; Horstmann, A.: Slips of action and sequential decisions: A cross-validation study of tasks assessing habitual and goal-directed action control. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10 (2016)
  3. Journal Article
    Dietrich, A.; de Wit, S.; Horstmann, A.: General habit propensity relates to the sensation seeking subdomain of impulsivity but not obesity. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10 (2016)
  4. Journal Article
    Dietrich, A.; Hollmann, M.; Mathar, D.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Brain regulation of food craving: Relationships with weight status and eating behavior. International Journal of Obesity 40, pp. 982 - 989 (2016)
  5. Journal Article
    Horstmann, A.; Dietrich, A.; Mathar, D.; Poessel, M.; Villringer, A.; Neumann, J.: Slave to habit? Obesity is associated with decreased behavioural sensitivity to reward devaluation. Appetite 87, pp. 175 - 183 (2015)
  6. Journal Article
    Dietrich, A.; Federbusch, M.; Grellmann, C.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Body weight status, eating behavior, sensitivity to reward/punishment, and gender: Relationships and interdependencies. Frontiers in Psychology 5 (2014)

Poster (8)

  1. Poster
    Janssen, L.; Mahner, F.; Dietrich, A.; Schlagenhauf, F.; Deserno, L.; Horstmann, A.: Reliance on model-free and model-based learning relates to obesity. The Eighth International Symposium on "Biology of Decision Making" (SBDM), Paris, France (2018)
  2. Poster
    Dietrich, A.; Hollmann, M.; Mathar, D.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Weight status and eating behavior affect how the brain regulates food craving. 1st Leipzig International Meeting for Interdisciplinary Obesity Research (LIMIOR), Leipzig, Germany (2015)
  3. Poster
    Dietrich, A.; Federbusch, M.; Grellmann, C.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Body weight status, eating behavior, sensitivity to reward/punishment, and gender: relationships and interdependencies. 30th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Obesity, Leipzig, Germany (2014)
  4. Poster
    Horstmann, A.; Dietrich, A.; Mathar, D.; Poessel, M.; Neumann, J.; Villringer, A.: Obesity is associated with decreased behavioural sensitivity to reward devaluation. 30. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Adipositas Gesellschaft, Leipzig, Germany (2014)
  5. Poster
    Dietrich, A.; Hellrung, L.; Hollmann, M.; Pleger, B.; Roggenhofer, E.; Kalberlah, C.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Intermittent compared to continuous real-time fMRI neurofeedback boosts control of amygdala activity. 20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Hamburg, Germany (2014)
  6. Poster
    Dietrich, A.; Hollmann, M.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Functional differences in the volitional regulation of the desire for food between groups based on clustering of eating behavior and BMI. 29th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Obesity, Hannover, Germany (2013)
  7. Poster
    Dietrich, A.; Hollmann, M.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Functional differences in the volitional regulation of the desire for food between groups based on clustering of eating behavior and BMI. Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain, Lausanne, Switzerland (2013)
  8. Poster
    Horstmann, A.; Dietrich, A.; Pleger, B.; Villringer, A.; Hollmann, M.: Clustering by weight and eating style reveals congruent structural and functional brain differences. 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Seattle, WA, USA (2013)

Thesis - PhD (1)

  1. Thesis - PhD
    Dietrich, A.: Food craving regulation in the brain: The role of weight status and associated personality aspects. Dissertation, 107 pp., Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2017)
 
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