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Determinants of motivated behavior are linked to fatigue and its perturbation by SARS-CoV-2 vaccination

New preprint out! In this very collaborative research project, we assessed the impact of a SARS-CoV-2 vaccination on determinants of motivated behavior: mental and physical …

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Stipend “Corona & Wissenschaft 2022” for Janine Stierand!

Congratulations to Janine Stierand for receiving a “Corona & Wissenschaft 2022” stipend to finish her PhD! 

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New collaborative publication with the PNI out!

The contribution of sleep to the neuroendocrine regulation of rhythms in human leukocyte traffic The first cooperative paper between the Social Neuroscience Lab and Psychoneuroimmunology (Prof. Tanja Lange; …

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Lab visit by Geert-Jan Will

Today, we had a spectacular visit by Geert-Jan Will from Utrecht University who presented his research on the computational mechanisms of self-esteem formation and its relevance …

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New publication out in Biological Psychiatry: GOS!

“Assessment of reward-related brain function after a single-dose of oxytocin in autism: a randomized controlled trial.” Mayer et al., 2021 A long journey comes to …

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Neurocomputational mechanisms of affected beliefs

Abstract The feedback people receive on their behavior shapes the process of belief formation and self-efficacy in mastering a given task. The neural and computational …

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“Cringe” youth word of the year 2021 (in Germany)

Cringe!  „Cringe“ has won the vote for the “German youth word 2021”! We are excited to see growing interest in this concept, as it also …

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Rejection of DFG-Sachbeihilfe “MapPDD”

“What works for whom and why? Revealing neural mechanisms of change in psychotherapy for treatment-resistant persistent depressive disorder” Acronym: MapPDD (Mechanisms of chAnge in Psychotherapy for …

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Successful defense by Robert Glosemeyer!

Robert Glosemeyer successfully defended his medical doctor thesis today!   In 2017 Robert participated as a subject in an fMRI study of our group. After …

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