Paper accepted in Clinical Psychological Science: “Change of threat expectancy as mechanism of exposure-based psychotherapy for anxiety disorders: Evidence from 8484 exposure exercises of 605 patients.”

Pittig, A., Heinig, I., Goerigk, S., Richter, J., Hollandt, M., Lueken, U., Pauli, P., Deckert, J., Kircher, T., Straube, B., Neudeck, P., Koelkebeck, K., Dannlowski, U., Arolt, V., Fydrich, T., Fehm, L., Ströhle, A., Totzeck, C., Margraf, J., Schneider, S., Hoyer, J., Rief, W., Craske, M.G., Hamm, A.O., & Wittchen, H-U. (accepted). Change of threat … More Paper accepted in Clinical Psychological Science: “Change of threat expectancy as mechanism of exposure-based psychotherapy for anxiety disorders: Evidence from 8484 exposure exercises of 605 patients.”

Congratulations Lydia Riedl for the successful defense today!!!

Great job!!! Title: A novel intervention approach focusing social communicative functioning in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorder: Effects of a specific speech-gesture training on quality of life and neural processing See also: Riedl, L., Nagels, A., Sammer, G., Choudhury, M., Nonnenmann, A., Sütterlin, A., … Straube, B. 2021. A Novel Multimodal Speech-Gesture Training and Its … More Congratulations Lydia Riedl for the successful defense today!!!

Paper accepted in Schizophrenia Bulletin Open!!! The processing of semantic complexity and co-speech gestures in schizophrenia: a naturalistic, multimodal fMRI study. Congratulations Paulina & Yifei!

Cuevas, P.*, He, Y.*, Steines, M. & Straube, B. (accepted). The processing of semantic complexity and co-speech gestures in schizophrenia: a naturalistic, multimodal fMRI study. Schizophrenia Bulletin Open   *contributed equally Abstract Schizophrenia is marked by aberrant processing of complex speech and gesture, which may contribute functionally to its impaired social communication. To date, extant neuroscientific … More Paper accepted in Schizophrenia Bulletin Open!!! The processing of semantic complexity and co-speech gestures in schizophrenia: a naturalistic, multimodal fMRI study. Congratulations Paulina & Yifei!

Paper accepted @SciReports!!! Different contributions of efferent and reafferent feedback to sensorimotor temporal recalibration. Congratulations Ezgi!

Arikan, B. E., van Kemenade, B., Fiehler, K., Kircher, T., Drewing, K.*, & Straube, B.* (accepted). Different contributions of efferent and reafferent feedback to sensorimotor temporal recalibration. Scientific Reports   *contributed equally Abstract Adaptation to delays between actions and sensory feedback is important for efficiently interacting with our environment. Adaptation may rely on predictions of action-feedback … More Paper accepted @SciReports!!! Different contributions of efferent and reafferent feedback to sensorimotor temporal recalibration. Congratulations Ezgi!

Congratulations Annika Nonnenmann for the successful defense today!!!

Titel der Dissertation: Der Effekt kurzer Gestikübungen auf die Bewertung von konkreten und abstrakten Sätzen bei Patient*Innen mit Schizophrenie See also: Riedl, L., Nagels, A., Sammer, G., Choudhury, M., Nonnenmann, A., Sütterlin, A., … Straube, B. (2021, September 6). A Novel Multimodal Speech-Gesture Training and Its Impact on Quality of Life and Neural Processing in … More Congratulations Annika Nonnenmann for the successful defense today!!!

Paper accepted!!! Efficacy of Temporally Intensified Exposure for Anxiety Disorders: A Multi-Center Randomized Clinical Trial. Congratulations @AndrePittig and the PROTECT-AD team.

Pittig, A., Heinig, I., Goerigk, S., Thiel, F., Hummel, K., Scholl, L., Deckert, J., Pauli, P., Domschke, K., Lueken, U., Fydrich, T., Fehm, L., Plag, J., Ströhle, A., Kircher, T., Straube, B., Rief, W., Koelkebeck, K., Arolt, V., Dannlowski, U., Margraf, J., Totzeck, C., Schneider, S., Neudeck, P., Craske, M.G., Hollandt, M., Richter, J, Hamm, … More Paper accepted!!! Efficacy of Temporally Intensified Exposure for Anxiety Disorders: A Multi-Center Randomized Clinical Trial. Congratulations @AndrePittig and the PROTECT-AD team.

Paper accepted @NeuroImage_EiC: The Role of the Left and Right Inferior Frontal Gyrus in Processing Metaphoric and Unrelated Co-speech Gestures. Congratulations Miriam!

Steines, M., Nagels, A., Kircher, T., & Straube, B. (accepted). The Role of the Left and Right Inferior Frontal Gyrus in Processing Metaphoric and Unrelated Co-speech Gestures. NeuroImage. IF: 5.902 Abstract Gestures are an integral part of in-person conversations and complement the meaning of the speech they accompany. The neural processing of co-speech gestures is … More Paper accepted @NeuroImage_EiC: The Role of the Left and Right Inferior Frontal Gyrus in Processing Metaphoric and Unrelated Co-speech Gestures. Congratulations Miriam!

Paper accepted @NeuroImage_EiC about neural adaptation of cingulate and insular activity during delayed fear extinction: A replicable pattern across assessment sites and repeated measurements! Congratulations Isabelle

Ridderbusch, I. C., Wroblewski, A., Yang, Y., Richter, J., Hollandt, M., Hamm, A. O., … Straube, B. (accepted). Neural adaptation of cingulate and insular activity during delayed fear extinction: A replicable pattern across assessment sites and repeated measurements. NeuroImage Abstract Adapting threat-related memories towards changing environments is a fundamental ability of organisms. One central process … More Paper accepted @NeuroImage_EiC about neural adaptation of cingulate and insular activity during delayed fear extinction: A replicable pattern across assessment sites and repeated measurements! Congratulations Isabelle

Paper accepted in @SciReports !!! Antagonism Between Brain Regions Relevant for Cognitive Control and Emotional Memory Facilitates the Generation of Humorous Ideas! Congratulations Florian

Bitsch, F., Berger, P., Fink, A., Nagels, A., Straube, B., & Falkenberg, I. (accepted). Antagonism Between Brain Regions Relevant for Cognitive Control and Emotional Memory Facilitates the Generation of Humorous Ideas. Scientific Reports IF: 3.998 Abstract The ability to generate humor gives rise to positive emotions and thus facilitate the successful resolution of adversity. Although … More Paper accepted in @SciReports !!! Antagonism Between Brain Regions Relevant for Cognitive Control and Emotional Memory Facilitates the Generation of Humorous Ideas! Congratulations Florian