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Zeitschriftenartikel (4)

  1. 2019
    Zeitschriftenartikel
    Morys, F.; Janssen, L.; Cesnaite, E.; Beyer, F.; Garcia-Garcia, I.; Kumral, D.; Liem, F.; Mehl, N.; Mahjoory, K.; Schrimpf, A. et al.; Gaebler, M.; Margulies, D. S.; Villringer, A.; Neumann, J.; Nikulin, V. V.; Horstmann, A.: Hemispheric asymmetries in resting-state EEG and fMRI are related to approach and avoidance behaviour, but not to eating behaviour or BMI. Human Brain Mapping (angenommen)
  2. Zeitschriftenartikel
    Mehl, N.; Morys, F.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Unhealthy yet avoidable: How cognitive bias modification alters behavioral and brain responses to food cues in individuals with obesity. Nutrients 11 (4) (2019)
  3. 2018
    Zeitschriftenartikel
    Mehl, N.; Mueller-Wieland, L.; Mathar, D.; Horstmann, A.: Retraining automatic action tendencies in obesity. Physiology & Behavior 192, S. 50 - 58 (2018)
  4. 2017
    Zeitschriftenartikel
    Mehl, N.; Bergmann, S.; Klein, A. M.; Daum, M. M.; von Klitzing, K.; Horstmann, A.: Cause or consequence?: Investigating attention bias and self-regulation skills in children at risk for obesity. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 155, S. 113 - 127 (2017)

Vortrag (3)

  1. 2018
    Vortrag
    Horstmann, A.; Mehl, N.; Morys, F.; Villringer, A.: Cognitive bias modification alters behavioral and brain responses to food cues in obesity. 51. Kongress der Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Frankfurt a.M., Germany (2018)
  2. Vortrag
    Mehl, N.; Morys, F.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Unhealthy yet avoidable: How cognitive bias modification alters behavioral and brain responses to food cues in obesity. ESCAN 2018, Leiden, Netherlands (2018)
  3. Vortrag
    Mehl, N.; Morys, F.; Villringer, A.; Horstmann, A.: Veränderung automatischer Verhaltenstendenzen bei Adipositas – Was passiert im Gehirn? 6. Wissenschaftlicher Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Essstörungen (DGESS), Munich, Germany (2018)

Poster (6)

  1. 2018
    Poster
    Morys, F.; Janssen, L.; Cesnaite, E.; García-García, I.; Kube, J.; Schrimpf, A.; Kumral, D.; Mehl, N.; Mahjoory, K.; Margulies, D. S. et al.; Gaebler, M.; Villringer, A.; Neumann, J.; Nikulin, V. V.; Horstmann, A.: Hemispheric bias in resting state EEG and fMRI is related to approach/avoidance behaviors, but not BMI. 2018 Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting, Singapore (2018)
  2. 2017
    Poster
    Morys, F.; Mehl, N.; Horstmann, A.; Villringer, A.: Neural correlates of cognitive bias modification in obesity. 33rd Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of Obesity, Potsdam, Germany (2017)
  3. 2016
    Poster
    Mehl, N.; Horstmann, A.: Retraining automatic action tendencies in obesity. 24th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior, Porto, Portugal (2016)
  4. 2015
    Poster
    Mehl, N.; Horstmann, A.: Retraining automatic action tendencies in obesity. LIMIOR - 1st Leipzig International Meeting for Interdisciplinary Obesity Research: ‘The obese brain in society’, Leipzig, Germany (2015)
  5. Poster
    Mehl, N.; Horstmann, A.: Retraining automatic action tendencies in obesity - A comparison of different age groups. MaxNetAging Conference, Leipzig, Germany (2015)
  6. 2014
    Poster
    Mehl, N.; Bergmann, S.; Klein, A.; von Klitzing, K.; Horstmann, A.: Automatic attention bias and self-regulation skills in early childhood: Comparing children of normal-weight and obese parents. 30. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Adipositas Gesellschaft, Leipzig, Germany (2014)

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit (1)

  1. 2019
    Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit
    Mehl, N.: About self-regulation and automatic behavior in the context of obesity. Dissertation, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Leipzig, Germany (2019)

Forschungspapier (1)

  1. 2019
    Forschungspapier
    Morys, F.; Janssen, L.; Cesnaite, E.; Beyer, F.; Garcia-Garcia, I.; Kube, J.; Kumral, D.; Liem, F.; Mehl, N.; Mahjoory, K. et al.; Schrimpf, A.; Gaebler, M.; Margulies, D. S.; Villringer, A.; Neumann, J.; Nikulin, V. V.; Horstmann, A.: Hemispheric asymmetries in resting-state EEG and fMRI are related to approach and avoidance behaviour, but not to eating behaviour or BMI. bioRxiv (2019)
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