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    Department of Psychology I - Workgroup Hewig

    Rodrigues, Johannes Dipl. Psych.

    Dr. Johannes Rodrigues

    Phone +49 931 31-81771
    Fax +49 931 31-82425
    E-Mail johannes.rodrigues@uni-wuerzburg.de
    Room Room 315 Marcusstraße 9-11

    Curriculum vitae

    Mar. 2017 - Feb 2023 Academic  Councillor: Research assistant and docent at Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg, department for Differential Psychology, Personality Psychology, and Psychological Diagnostics (Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig)
    Jan. 2017  Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.)
    Nov. 2012 - Feb. 2017

    Research assistant and docent at Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg, department for Differential Psychology, Personality Psychology, and Psychological Diagnostics (Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig)

    2008 - 2012

    Studying Psychology (diploma) at University of Würzburg

     

    Research interests

    Frontal EEG alpha asymmetry as an indicator of emotional and motivational processes.

    The use of virtual reality and mental imagery as induction of emotional and motivational processes and states.

    Physiological basis of altruism, differences in paradigms to investiagate altruisms.

    Publication and conference presentations

    Publications:

    • Rodrigues, J., Allen, J. J. B., 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 psychology158, 107993. doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2020.107993.

    • 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. doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2020.08.010

    • 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. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.541756

    • Weiß, M., Rodrigues, J., Boschet, J., 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, 100004. doi.org/10.1016/j.jadr.2020.100004

    • Weiß, M., Bille, D., Rodrigues, J., & Hewig, J. (2020). Age-Related Differences in Emoji Evaluation. Experimental Aging Research, 46(5), 416–432. https://doi.org/10.1080/0361073X.2020.1790087

    • 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. doi.org/10.1111/PSYP.13557

    • 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, e13321. https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13321

    • Mussel, P., Rodrigues, J., Krumm, S., & Hewig, J. (2018). The convergent validity of five dispositional greed scales. Personality and Individual Differences, 131, 249–253. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.PAID.2018.05.006

    • Rodrigues, J., Müller, M., Mühlberger, A., & Hewig, J. (2018). Mind the movement: Frontal asymmetry stands for behavioral motivation, bilateral frontal activation for behavior. Psychophysiology. https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.12908

    • 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. doi.org/10.1016/J.HELIYON.2018.E00962

    • 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

    • Rodrigues, J., Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2015). A neural signature of fairness in altruism: a game of theta? Social neuroscience, 10(2), 192–205. https://doi.org/10.1080/17470919.2014.977401

    Preprint:

    • Rodrigues, J., Caporale, L., Euen, I., Schäfer, S., Schneider, B., & Hewig, J. (2021). You get what you deserve! Reactance, greed and altruism in the dictator game with offer suggestions by the receiver. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/OSF.IO/QVZMP

    • Rodrigues, J., Weiß, M., Hewig, J. & Allen, J. J. B. (2020). EPOS: EEG-Processing-Opensource-Standardization. http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.4202.

    • Rodrigues, J., Ziebell, P., Müller, M., & Hewig, J. (2020). Tell me what I told you Mini-Me: Constructing and providing two-layer feedforward networks for classification of continuous data in (and) a virtual T-maze. http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.4199.

    • Weiß, M.*, Rodrigues, J.*, & Hewig, J. (2020). BIG 5 personality factors in relation to coping with contact restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic: An explorative analysis. https://doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.3484.

    conference presentations:

    Posters:

    • Rodrigues, Liesner & Hewig (2019, June).Costly punishment and altruistic compensation: Evidence from behavioral and electro-cortical reactions for the importance of benevolence in altruism. Poster presented at the 44th conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Trier, Germany.
    • Rodrigues, Ziebell, Allen & Hewig (2018, October). The sound of approach: Transcranial Ultrasound over right inferior frontal cortex leads to approach behavior in ambiguous situations in a virtual T-maze. Poster presentation at 58th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Quebec City, Canada.
    • Rodrigues, Müller & Hewig (2018, September). Let´s do it again! Replication of frontal activation patterns and behavior in a virtual T-maze. Poster presented at the 51st congress of the German society for psychologists (DGPS), Frankfurt, Germany.
    • Rodrigues, Ulrich, Mussel, Carlo & Hewig (2017, September). Six reasons to be helpful in Germany: A German translation of the prosocial tendency measure. Poster presented at the 14th meeting of „Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik“ (DPPD) of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), München, Germany.
    • Rodrigues, Müller & Hewig (2017, June). Twice the paradigm, double the result! Replicated frontal brain activation patterns and behavior in a virtual T-maze. Poster presented at the 43rd conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Trier, Germany.
    • Rodrigues, Müller & Hewig (2016, September). To flee or not to flee: Frontal activation patterns and behavior in a virtual T-maze. Poster presentation at 56th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Minneapolis, USA.
    • Rodrigues, Müller & Hewig (2016, June). To flee or not to flee: Frontal activation patterns and behavior in a virtual T-maze. Poster presented at the 42st conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Berlin, Germany.
    • Rodrigues & Hewig (2015, October). Frontal asymmetry as a predictor of behavior in a virtual T-maze. Poster presentation at 55th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Seattle, USA.
    • Rodrigues & Hewig (2015, September). Das „wer“ bestimmt das „wie“: Persönlichkeitskorrelate in Fluchthandlungen auf negative Situationen in einem virtuellen Labyrinth. Poster presentation at 13th meeting of „Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik“ (DPPD) of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Mainz, Germany.
    • Rodrigues & Hewig (2015, June). Frontal asymmetry as a predictor of behavior in a virtual T-maze. Poster presented at the 41st conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Frankfurt, Germany.
    • Rodrigues, Mühlberger & Hewig (2014, September). From brain to behaviour – inducing frontal asymmetry with virtual reality, preliminary results. Poster presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, USA.
    • Rodrigues, Ulrich & Hewig (2014, September). The sign of altruism? An exploratory study about midfrontal theta activity and altruism in dictator game. Poster presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, USA.
    • Rodrigues & Hewig (2014, June). Lang lebe der Diktator! Eine explorative Studie über Theta – Aktivität und Altruismus im Diktatorspiel. Poster presented at the 40th conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Lübeck, Germany.
    • Rodrigues & Hewig (2013, October). Physiological correlates of individual differences in mental imagery. Poster presented at the 53rd annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Florence, Italy.
    • Rodrigues & Hewig (2013, May). BIS man flieht: Behaviour Inhibition System und visuelle Vorstellung einer Vermeidungssituation. Poster presented at the 39th conference“ Psychologie und Gehirn”, Würzburg, Germany.

    Talks:

    • Rodrigues, J., Liesner, M., Reutter, M., Mussel, P. & Hewig, J. (2020, October). The Furious Third: Low Midfrontal Theta and State Anger Predict Punishment in a Third Party Dictator Game. Talk given at the 60th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Virtual Meeting.

    • Rodrigues, Ziebell, Allen & Hewig (2019, September). Still sounds like approach: an update on transcranial ultrasound over right inferior frontal cortex leading to approach behavior in ambiguous situations in a virtual t-maze. Talk given at the 59th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Wien, Austria.

    • Rodrigues, Liesner, Reutter, Mussel & Hewig (2019, September). Costly punishment and altruistic compensation: Behavioral and electro-cortical evidence for the importance of benevolence in altruistic acts. Talk given at the 15th meeting of „Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik“ (DPPD) of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Dresden, Germany.

    • Rodrigues, Ziebell, Allen & Hewig (2018, June). That sounds great! Transcranial Ultrasound application (TUS) leads to approach in ambiguous situations in a virtual T-maze. Talk given at the 44th conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Frankfurt, Germany.

    • Rodrigues, Müller Mühlberger & Hewig (2017, October). Moving minds: Frontal brain activation patterns and behavior in a virtual t-maze. Talk given at the 57th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Wien, Austria.

    • Rodrigues (2015, September) Intra- and interindividual prediction of altruistic behavior using multinomial logistic regression and structural equation modelling. Talk given at the 12th meeting of „Fachgruppe Methoden & Evaluation [FGME]“ of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Jena, Germany. p.192-205. 

    Awards

    • 06/2015: Poster award (German Society for Psychophysiology and its Application, DGPA).
    • 11/2014: Neuroscience Research Award (from the Section Neuroscience of the GSLS Würzburg)