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Meeting Abstract (13)

2008
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Kanske, P.; Kotz, S. A.: Executive control of attention benefits from positive emotion: ERP evidence. In International Journal of Psychology, 43 (3-4), S. 279. (2008)
2007
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Kanske, P.; Kotz, S. A.: Emotional word processing in attention networks investigated with ERPs. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, S. 32. (2007)
2006
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Kanske, P.; Kotz, S. A.: Concrete and abstract emotional words: Is "pizza" different from "pleasure"? In Beiträge zur 48. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, S. 275. Papst Science Publishers, Lengerich (2006)
Meeting Abstract
Kanske, P.; Kotz, S. A.: Concrete and abstract emotional words: Is "pizza" different from "pleasure"? In Beiträge zur 48. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, S. 275. Papst Science Publishers, Lengerich (2006)
Meeting Abstract
Kanske, P.; Kotz, S. A.: Concreteness in emotional words: ERP evidence from a hemifield study. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, S. 41. (2006)

Vortrag (24)

2016
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Kanske, P.: Profiles of mind wandering activity in psychopathology. 50th Congress of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Leipzig, Germany (2016)
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Kanske, P.: fMRI item-analyses and large-scale retest-reliability of empathy and theory of mind. 50th Congress of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Leipzig, Germany (2016)
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Kanske, P.: The plasticity of empathy, compassion and mentalizing: Neural networks and training effects after 9-Month of contemplative training. European Summer Research Institute (ESRI), Chiemsee, Germany (2016)
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Kanske, P.; Böckler, A.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Singer, T.: Dissociating and embedding socio-affective and –cognitive processes in large-scale neural networks. First MLE Hub Meeting of the European Neurophenomenology, Contemplative, and Embodied Cognition Network (ENCECON), Château de la Bourlie, Urval, France (2016)
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Trautwein, F.-M.; Kanske, P.; Singer, T.: Modulation of activity in default mode and cingulo-opercular networks through stimulus-driven and executive control of attention. First MLE Hub Meeting of the European Neurophenomenology, Contemplative, and Embodied Cognition Network (ENCECON), Château de la Bourlie, Urval, France (2016)
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Kanske, P.: Impaired empathy, but intact theory of mind in aggressive offenders. Psychologie und Gehirn, Berlin, Germany (2016)
2015
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Kanske, P.: Psychopathology of the social brain: From emotion regulation to empathy and theory of mind. Department of Psychology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.: Psychopathology of the social brain. Leibniz Science Campus Primate Cognition, Göttingen, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Böckler, A.; Singer, T.: Training compassion and theory of mind separately: Differential mental training effects on socio-affective and socio-cognitive abilities. Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE), Geneva, Switzerland (2015)
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Kanske, P.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Singer, T.: Affective and cognitive mechanisms of understanding others: Independence and interactions of empathy, compassion and theory of mind. Psychologie & Gehirn, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.: Emotion regulation through compassion: An overview. Workshop Congress in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, TU Dresden, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.; Böckler, A.; Trautwein, F.-M.; Singer, T.: Affective and cognitive understanding of others: Distinct neural networks and their differential plasticity. Workshop Congress in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, TU Dresden, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.: Neurobiological evidence and therapeutic approaches in autism. German Society for Child and Youth Psychiatry, Munich, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.: Emotion-cognition interactions and their relevance for psychopathology. Department of Psychology, University of Göttingen, Germany (2015)
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Kanske, P.: Dissecting the social brain: Independency and interaction of empathy and mentalizing. Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany (2015)
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