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Thesis - PhD (9)

  1. 2017
    Thesis - PhD
    Janssen, L.: Breaking bad habits: A meditation on the neurocognitive mechanisms of compulsive behaviour. Dissertation, 157 pp., Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands (2017)
  2. Thesis - PhD
    Garbusow, M.: Learning in alcohol dependence: Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer in alcohol dependence and relapse risk. Dissertation, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany (2017)
  3. Thesis - PhD
    Grellmann, C.: Combining brain imaging and genetic data using fast and efficient multivariate correlation analysis. Dissertation, XVII, 167 pp., The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Leipzig, Germany (2017)
  4. Thesis - PhD
    Simmank, J.: Biasing reward-based decision-making in obesity. Dissertation, 49 pp., Faculty of Medicine, University of Leipzig, Germany (2017)
  5. 2008
    Thesis - PhD
    Horstmann, A.: Sensorimotor Integration in Human Eye-Hand Coordination: Neural Correlates and Characteristics of the System. Dissertation, Fakultät für Biologie & Biotechnologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (2008)

Thesis - Bachelor (1)

  1. 2017
    Thesis - Bachelor
    Fromm, S.: Die Validierung der deutschen Version des Dietary Fat and Free Sugar-Short Questionnaires. Bachelor, Institute of Psychology, University of Leipzig, Germany (2017)

Working Paper (3)

  1. 2019
    Working Paper
    Lammert, M.; Morys, F.; Hartmann, H.; Janssen, L.; Horstmann, A.: MIS – a new scoring method for the operation span task that accounts for math, remembered items and sequence. PsyArXiv (2019)
  2. Working Paper
    Janssen, L.; Mahner, F.; Schlagenhauf, F.; Deserno, L.; Horstmann, A.: Reliance on model-based and model-free control in obesity. PsyArXiv (2019)
  3. Working Paper
    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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