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Deutsch Intern
    Department of Psychology V - Workgroup Hewig

    Publications

    Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig

    Publications

    2021

    • Rodrigues, J., Allen, J. J., Müller, M., & Hewig, J. (2021). Methods matter: An examination of factors that moderate predictions of the capability model concerning the relationship of frontal asymmetry to trait measures. Biological Psychology, 158, 107993.
    • Weiß, M., Paelecke, M., & Hewig, J. (2021). In your Face (t)–Personality Traits Interact with Prototypical Personality Faces in Economic Decision Making. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 910.
    • Wang, Y., Yang, X., Tang, Z., Xiao, S., & Hewig, J. (2021). Hierarchical Neural Prediction of Interpersonal Trust. Neuroscience Bulletin, 1-12.

    2020

    • Rodrigues, J., Müller, M., & Hewig, J. (2020). Cardiac defensive reactions and orienting responses correspond to virtual withdrawal behavior choices in a virtual T-maze. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 158, 73-85.
    • Rodrigues, J., Liesner, M., Reutter, M., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2020). It's costly punishment, not altruistic: Low midfrontal theta and state anger predict punishment. Psychophysiology, e13557.
    • Weiß, M., Bille, D., Rodrigues, J., & Hewig, J. (2020). Age-Related Differences in Emoji Evaluation. Experimental Aging Research, 1-17.
    • Weiß, M., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2020). The value of a real face: Differences between affective faces and emojis in neural processing and their social influence on decision-making. Social neuroscience, 15(3), 255-268.
    • Weiß, M., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2020). Smiling as negative feedback affects social decision-making and its neural underpinnings. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 20(1), 160-171.
    • Weiß, M., Rodrigues, J., Boschet, J. M., Pittig, A., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2020). How depressive symptoms and fear of negative evaluation affect feedback evaluation in social decision-making. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 1, 100004.
    • Weiß, M., Rodrigues, J., Paelecke, M., & Hewig, J. (2020). We, them and it: Dictator game offers depend on hierarchical social status, AI and social dominance. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 3028.

    2019

    • Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2019). A neural perspective on when and why trait greed comes at the expense of others. Scientific reports, 9(1), 1-7.
    • Reutter, M., Hewig, J., Wieser, M. J., & Osinsky, R. (2019). Attentional bias modification in social anxiety: Effects on the N2pc component. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 120, 103404.
    • Schmidt, B., Keßler, L., Hecht, H., Hewig, J., Holroyd, C. B., & Miltner, W. H. (2019). What you give is what you get: Payment of one randomly selected trial induces risk-aversion and decreases brain responses to monetary feedback. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 19(1), 187-196.
    • Weiß, M., Gutzeit, J., Rodrigues, J., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2019). Do emojis influence social interactions? Neural and behavioral responses to affective emojis in bargaining situations. Psychophysiology, 56(4), e13321.
    2018
    • Hewig, J. (2018). Intentionality in frontal asymmetry research. Psychophysiology. 55(1), e12852.
    • Mussel, P., Hewig, J., & Weiß, M. (2018). The rewardlike nature of social cues that indicate successful altruistic punishment. Psychophysiology, 55(9), e13093.
    • Mussel, P., Rodrigues, J., Krumm, S., & Hewig, J. (2018). The convergent validity of five dispositional greed scales. Personality and Individual Differences, 131, 249-253.
    • Rodrigues J., Müller M., Mühlberger A., & Hewig J. (2018). Mind the movement: Frontal asymmetry stands for behavioral motivation, bilateral frontal activation for behavior. Psychophysiology, 55(1), e12908.
    • Rodrigues, J., Nagowski, N., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2018). Altruistic punishment is connected to trait anger, not trait altruism, if compensation is available. Heliyon, 4(11), e00962.
    • Schmidt, B., Kanis, H., Holroyd, C. B., Miltner, W. H., & Hewig, J. (2018). Anxious gambling: Anxiety is associated with higher frontal midline theta predicting less risky decisions. Psychophysiology, 55(10), e13210.
    • Schmidt, B., Warns, L., Hellmer, M., Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2018). What Makes Us Feel Good or Bad Mood Induction and Individual Differences in a Job Interview Setting. Journal of Individual Differences, 39 (3), 142-150.
    • Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2018). Electrophysiological correlates of near outcome and outcome sequence processing in problem gamblers and controls. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 132, 379-392.2017

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    2017
    • Andreatta, M., Michelmann, S., Pauli, P., & Hewig, J. (2017). Learning processes underlying avoidance of negative outcomes. Psychophysiology, 54(4), 578-590.
    • Fochmann M., Hewig J., Kiesewetter D., & Schüßler K. (2017). Affective reactions influence investment decisions: evidence from a laboratory experiment with taxation. Journal of Business Economics,87(6),779-808.
    • Kessler, L., Hewig, J., Weichold, K., Silbereisen, R. K., & Miltner, W. H. (2017). Feedback negativity and decision-making behavior in the Balloon Analogue Risk Task (BART) in adolescents is modulated by peer presence. Psychophysiology, 54(2), 260-269.
    • Mussel, P., Gatzka, T., & Hewig, J. (2017). Situational Judgment Tests as an Alternative Measure for Personality Assessment. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, dx.doi.org/10.1080/15305058.2017.1309857.
    • Osinsky, R., Karl, C., & Hewig, J. (2017). Dispositional Anxiety and Frontal‐Midline Theta: On the Modulatory Influence of Sex and Situational Threat. Journal of Personality, 85(3), 300-312.
    • Osinsky, R., Ulrich, N., Mussel, P., Feser, L., Gunawardena, A., & Hewig, J. (2017). The feedback-related negativity reflects the combination of instantaneous and long-term values of decision outcomes. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29(3), 424-434.
    • Reutter, M., Hewig, J., Wieser, M. J., & Osinsky, R. (2017). The N2pc component reliably captures attentional bias in social anxiety. Psychophysiology, 54(4), 519-527.
    • Rodrigues, J., Ulrich, N., Mussel, P., Carlo, G., & Hewig, J. (2017). Measuring Prosocial Tendencies in Germany: Sources of Validity and Reliablity of the Revised Prosocial Tendency Measure.Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2119. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02119
    • Schmidt, B., Holroyd, C. B., Debener, S., & Hewig, J. (2017). I can't wait! Neural reward signals in impulsive individuals exaggerate the difference between immediate and future rewards. Psychophysiology, 54(3), 409-415.
    • Schmidt, B., Mussel, P., Osinsky, R., Rasch, B., Debener, S., & Hewig, J. (2017). Work first then play: Prior task difficulty increases motivation-related brain responses in a risk game. Biological Psychology, 126, 82-88.
    • Wang, Y., Zhang, Z., Bai, L., Lin, C., Osinsky, R., & Hewig, J. (2017). Ingroup/outgroup membership modulates fairness consideration: neural signatures from ERPs and EEG oscillations. Scientific Reports, 7, 39827.
    2016
    • Becker, M. P., Nitsch, A. M., Hewig, J., Miltner, W. H., & Straube, T. (2016). Parametric modulation of reward sequences during a reversal task in ACC and VMPFC but not amygdala and striatum. NeuroImage, 143, 50-57.
    • Karl, C., Hewig, J., & Osinsky, R. (2016). Passing faces: sequence-dependent variations in the perceptual processing of emotional faces. Social Neuroscience, 11(5), 531-544.
    • Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2016). The life and times of individuals scoring high and low on dispositional greed. Journal of Research in Personality, 64, 52-60.
    • Mussel, P., Ulrich, N., Allen, J. J. B., Osinsky, R., & Hewig, J. (2016). Patterns of theta oscillation reflect the neural basis of individual differences in epistemic motivation. Scientific Reports, 6,29245.
    • Osinsky, R., Seeger, J., Mussel, P., & Hewig, J. (2016). Face-induced expectancies influence neural mechanisms of performance monitoring. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 16 (2), 261-245.
    • Riepl, K., Mussel, P., Osinsky, R., & Hewig, J. (2016). Influences of State and Trait Affect on Behavior, Feedback-Related Negativity, and P3b in the Ultimatum Game. PloS One, 11(1), e0146358.
    • Sääksvuori, L., Hewig, J., Hecht, H., & Miltner, W. H. (2016). A neural signature of private property rights. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 9(1), 38-49.
    • Ulrich, N., Ambach, W., & Hewig, J. (2016). Severity of gambling problems modulates autonomic reactions to near outcomes in gambling. Biological Psychology, 119, 11-20.

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    2015
    • Hewig, J. (2015). Von der Widerlegbarkeit des Reduktionismus. Online seit Juli 2015.
    • Mussel, P., McKay, A. S., Ziegler, M., Hewig, J., & Kaufman, J. C. (2015). Predicting Creativity Based on the Facets of the Theoretical Intellect Framework. European Journal of Personality, 29(4), 459-467.
    • Mussel, P., Reiter, A. M., Osinsky, R., & Hewig, J. (2015). State-and trait-greed, its impact on risky decision-making and underlying neural mechanisms. Social neuroscience, 10(2), 126-134.
    • Rodrigues, J., Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2015). A neural signature of fairness in altruism: A game of theta?. Social neuroscience, 10(2), 192-205.
    • Schmidt, B., & Hewig, J. (2015). Paying out one or all trials: a behavioral economic evaluation of payment methods in a prototypical risky decision study. The Psychological Record, 65(2), 245-250.

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    2014
    • Mussel, P., Hewig, J., Allen, J. J., Coles, M. G., & Miltner, W. (2014). Smiling faces, sometimes they don't tell the truth: Facial expression in the ultimatum game impacts decision making and event‐related potentials. Psychophysiology, 51(4), 358-363.
    • Osinsky, R., Mussel, P., Oehrlein, L. & Hewig, J. (2014). A neural signature of the creation of social evaluation. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, Jun;9(6):731-6. Advance online publication. doi:10.1093/scan/nst051
    • Osinsky, R., Walter, H., & Hewig, J. (2014). What is and what could have been: An ERP study on counterfactual comparisons. Psychophysiology, Aug;51(8):773-81.
    • Osinsky, R., Wilisz, D., Kim, Y., Karl, C., & Hewig, J. (2014). Does a single session of Attentional Bias Modification influence early neural mechanisms of spatial attention? An ERP study. Psychophysiology, Oct;51(10):982-9.
    • Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2014). A miss is as good as a mile? Processing of near and full outcomes in a gambling paradigm. Psychophysiology, Sep;51(9):819-23.
    2013
    • Mussel, P., Göritz, A. S. & Hewig, J. (2013). Which choice is the rational one? An Investigation of need for cognition in the ultimatum game. Journal of Research in Personality. 47(5), 588–591.
    • Kreussel, L.; Hewig, J.; Kretschmer, N.; Hecht, H.; Coles, M.G.H.; Miltner, W.H.R. (2013). How bad was it? Differences in the time course of sensitivity to the magnitude of loss in problem gamblers and controls, Behavioral Brain Research, 247, 140-145.
    • Mussel, P., Göritz, A. S. & Hewig, J. (2013). The value of a smile: Facial expression affects ultimatum-game responses. Judgment and Decision Making, 8 (3), 381-385.
    • Schmidt, B., Mussel, P. Hewig, J. (2013). I’m too calm - let’s take a risk! On the impact of state and trait arousal on risk taking. Psychophysiology, 50(5), 498-503. doi:10.1111/psyp.12032

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    2012
    • Hewig, J.; Miltner, W.H.R., & Silbereisen, R.K. (2012). Why do adolescents take risks? International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Bulletin, 61(1), 17-22.
    • Kreussel, L.; Hewig, J.; Kretschmer, N.; Hecht, H.; Coles, M.G.H.; Miltner, W.H.R. (2012). The influence of the magnitude, probability, and valence of potential wins and losses on the amplitude of the feedback negativity, Psychophysiology, 49(2), 207-219.
    • Osinsky, R.; Hewig, J.; Alexander N., & Hennig, J. (2012). COMT Val(158)Met genotype and the common basis of error and conflict monitoring. Brain Research, 1452, 108-118.
    • Osinsky, R., Mussel, P. & Hewig, J. (2012). Feedback-related potentials are sensitive to sequential order of decision outcomes in a gambling task. Psychophysiology, DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2012.01373.x
    • Weiland, S., Hewig, J., Hecht, H., Mussel, P., & Miltner, W. (2012). Neural correlates of fair behaviour in the Ultimatum and Dictator game. Social Neuroscience, DOI:10.1080/17470919.2012.674056

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    2011
    • Hewig, J., Coles, M., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., & Miltner, W, (2011). Dissociation of Pe and ERN/Ne in the conscious recognition of an error. Psychophysiology, 48(10), 1390-1396.
    • Hewig, J., Kretschmer, N., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Coles, M., Holroyd, C. & Miltner, W. (2011). Why humans deviate from rational choice. Psychophysiology, 48 (4), 507-14.

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    2010
    • Hewig, J. (2010). Willensfreiheit - Kritik zur Evolutionären Ethik von Hans Mohr. Erwägen, Wissen, Ethik, 21(2), 262-265.
    • Hewig, J., Kretschmer, N., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Coles, M., Holroyd, C. & Miltner, W. (2010). Hypersensitivity to reward in problem gamblers. Biological Psychiatry, 67(8), 781-783.
    • Straube, T., Preissler, S., Lipka, J., Hewig, J., Mentzel, H.-J., & Miltner, W. (2010). "Alien" in the brain: Neural representation of anxiety and personality during exposure to scary movies. Human Brain Mapping, 31(1), 36-47.

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    2009
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Walter, C., Schankin, A., Danner, D., & Naumann, E. (2009). Positive evidence for Eysenck’s arousal hypothesis. A combined EEG and MRI study with multiple measurement occasions. Personality and Individual Differences, 47(7), 717-721.
    • Hewig, J., Straube, T., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Kretschmer, N., Coles, M., & Miltner, W. (2009). Decision-making under risk: An fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21(8), 1642-1652.

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    2008
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Walter, C., & Naumann, E. (2008). Skull thickness and magnitude of EEG alpha activity. Clinical Neurophysiology, 119(6), 1271-80.
    • Hewig, J., Cooper, S., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Straube, T., & Miltner, W. (2008). Drive for thinness and attention towards specific body parts in a non-clinical sample. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70, 729-736.
    • Hewig, J., Schlotz, W., Gerhards, F., Breitenstein, C., Lürken, A., & Naumann, E. (2008). Associations of the cortisol awakening response (CAR) with cortical activation asymmetry during the course of an exam stress period. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 33(1), 83-91.
    • Hewig, J., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Coles, M., Holroyd, C. & Miltner, W. (2008). An electrophysiological analysis of coaching in blackjack. Cortex, 44, 1197-1205.
    • Hewig, J., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Straube, T. & Miltner, W. (2008). Gender differences for specific body regions when looking at males and females. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 32, 67-78.

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    2007
    • Hewig, J., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Coles, M., Holroyd, C. & Miltner, W. (2007). Decision-making in Blackjack: An electrophysiological analysis. Cerebral Cortex, 17(4), 865-877.
    • Trippe, R., Hewig, J., Heydel, C., Hecht, H., & Miltner, W. (2007). Attentional Blink to emotional and threatening pictures in spider phobics: Electrophysiology and Behavior. Brain Research, 1148, 149-160.

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    2006
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2006). The relation of cortical activity and BIS/BAS on the trait level. Biological Psychology, 71(1), 42-53.
    • Seifert, J., Naumann, E., Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., & Bartussek, D. (2006). Motivated executive attention - incentives and the noise-compatibility effect. Biological Psychology, 71(1), 80-89.

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    2005
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Naumann, E., Seifert, J., & Bartussek, D. (2005). Resting brain asymmetry and affective reactivity: Aggregated data support the right-hemisphere hypothesis. Journal of Individual Differences, 26(3), 139-154.
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Naumann, E., Seifert, J., & Bartussek, D. (2005). The latent-state-trait structure of resting EEG asymmetry: Replication and Extension. Psychophysiology, 42(6), 740-752.
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Gollwitzer, M., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2005). A revised film set for the induction of basic emotions. Cognition and Emotion, 19(7), 1095-1109.
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2005). The relationship among cortical activity and personality in a reinforced go-nogo paradigm. Journal of Individual Differences, 26(2), 86-99.

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    2004
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2004). On the selective relation of frontal cortical asymmetry and anger-out versus anger-control. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 87(6), 926-939.

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    Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig

    2009
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Walter, C., Schankin, A., Danner, D., & Naumann, E. (2009). Positive evidence for Eysenck’s arousal hypothesis. A combined EEG and MRI study with multiple measurement occasions. Personality and Individual Differences, 47(7), 717-721.
    • Hewig, J., Straube, T., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Kretschmer, N., Coles, M., & Miltner, W. (2009). Decision-making under risk: An fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21(8), 1642-1652.

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    2008
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Walter, C., & Naumann, E. (2008). Skull thickness and magnitude of EEG alpha activity. Clinical Neurophysiology, 119(6), 1271-80.
    • Hewig, J., Cooper, S., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Straube, T., & Miltner, W. (2008). Drive for thinness and attention towards specific body parts in a non-clinical sample. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70, 729-736.
    • Hewig, J., Schlotz, W., Gerhards, F., Breitenstein, C., Lürken, A., & Naumann, E. (2008). Associations of the cortisol awakening response (CAR) with cortical activation asymmetry during the course of an exam stress period. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 33(1), 83-91.
    • Hewig, J., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Coles, M., Holroyd, C. & Miltner, W. (2008). An electrophysiological analysis of coaching in blackjack. Cortex, 44, 1197-1205.
    • Hewig, J., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Straube, T. & Miltner, W. (2008). Gender differences for specific body regions when looking at males and females. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 32, 67-78.

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    2007
    • Hewig, J., Trippe, R., Hecht, H., Coles, M., Holroyd, C. & Miltner, W. (2007). Decision-making in Blackjack: An electrophysiological analysis. Cerebral Cortex, 17(4), 865-877.
    • Trippe, R., Hewig, J., Heydel, C., Hecht, H., & Miltner, W. (2007). Attentional Blink to emotional and threatening pictures in spider phobics: Electrophysiology and Behavior. Brain Research, 1148, 149-160.

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    2006
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2006). The relation of cortical activity and BIS/BAS on the trait level. Biological Psychology, 71(1), 42-53.
    • Seifert, J., Naumann, E., Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., & Bartussek, D. (2006). Motivated executive attention - incentives and the noise-compatibility effect. Biological Psychology, 71(1), 80-89.

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    2005
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Naumann, E., Seifert, J., & Bartussek, D. (2005). Resting brain asymmetry and affective reactivity: Aggregated data support the right-hemisphere hypothesis. Journal of Individual Differences, 26(3), 139-154.
    • Hagemann, D., Hewig, J., Naumann, E., Seifert, J., & Bartussek, D. (2005). The latent-state-trait structure of resting EEG asymmetry: Replication and Extension. Psychophysiology, 42(6), 740-752.
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Gollwitzer, M., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2005). A revised film set for the induction of basic emotions. Cognition and Emotion, 19(7), 1095-1109.
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2005). The relationship among cortical activity and personality in a reinforced go-nogo paradigm. Journal of Individual Differences, 26(2), 86-99.

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    2004
    • Hewig, J., Hagemann, D., Seifert, J., Naumann, E., & Bartussek, D. (2004). On the selective relation of frontal cortical asymmetry and anger-out versus anger-control. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 87(6), 926-939.

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